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Iran says black boxes from downed Ukraine jet show missiles hit 25 seconds apart

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00:18 sec | Last month

Iran says black boxes from downed Ukraine jet show missiles hit 25 seconds apart

"The head off Iran Civil Aviation Organization says the black box recorders on the Ukrainian plain accidentally shot down by Iran in January show it was hit by two missiles with passengers and pilots alive for 25 seconds before the second missile hit. The boxes were sent to France for decoding last month.

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:54 min | 2 months ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Senate Democrats are demanding the president turned over the contents of any intelligence briefings that reported Russia paying bounties for the deaths of American soldiers. Recapping our top story A Lancaster County man is charged with kidnapping an Amish woman who disappeared last month on Father's Day while walking home from church. That's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning. I'm Marc Abrahams. Andrew Kramer is at the editor's desk. The Hashtag, Mont Go strong T shirt fundraiser to help those affected by the cove in 19 pandemic has been extended through the summer. Rachel Riley of the Valley Forge visitors and Convention. Bored, which is coordinated T shirt campaign says they raised more than $10,000 through the sail to the end of June. But as the need has grown, Riley says, they decided to raise the golden more than 20,000 and extend the sale. The funds actually go into the Monaco P a Covert 19 response fund, which funneled through some nonprofit organizations that normally help folks who are food and secure who may be homeless. They help better in shirts are available on Lee Online at the convention Boards website. Once you get your shirt, please wear it with pride, take a picture and share it with us on social need. MIA at Valley Forge Hashtag Manco strong so that we can share it and show all of the great people who are supporting this wonderful learn more of our website K y w news radio dot com Senate Democrats are demanding President Trump turn over any intelligence briefings that address the issue of Russian bounties on American soldiers. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says access to the Presidential Daily brief for the P D B would shed light on the administration's decision not to initiate and a diplomatic or military response to reports that Russia paid Taliban linked militants to assassinate US troops in Afghanistan. A letter signed by Schumer and several other Senate Democrats asks for the PBS from late February, and it wants them turned over by July 17th. President Trump is called the Russian Bounty story a hoax, But top intelligence officials have brief some members of Congress about those reports and say they're following up. Linda Canyon. Washington, Iranian investigators were blaming a misaligned missile battery and miscommunication between soldiers for the Revolutionary Guard shooting down a Ukrainian jetliner in January, killing all 176 people on board. The report, released late yesterday by Iran Civil Aviation Organization comes months after the crash. Plane was shot down the same night, Iran launched the Ballistic Missile attack targeting US base in Iraq that was in response to the U. S drone strike that killed Iranian general Qassim Suleimani. John Barron is one of the area's top college basketball coaches. He spent the last 18 seasons as the head coach at Division three Gwynedd Mercy University in lower granted township. What about his mat? Leon recently caught up with Baron to talk about his career. Baron grew up in Philadelphia. He really knows just how special basketball in the city is. My playground has some awesome guys. Lionel Simmons and Tim Legler about three or four years older than make like with Al and Temple is near where I grew up in Jason Lawson, who played it Dont know but played at my playground. Cuttino Mobley, who was two years younger. I remember like Cat wasn't even good enough to play in seventh and eighth grade. Next thing you know, he's like some storm. Where'd this guy come? From was a long time, eh? NBA player, So, so I was like fortune off just to be around a whole bunch of guys that I didn't even know I didn't even understand. And And then, as I got on older in the coaching, I realized how fortunate I was to be in an area where all the guys went to be in on it, You know, Playground Zeiler place as head coach at Gwynedd Mercy Baron is 1 340 games and he has taken the Griffins to the Division three tournament six times. You can listen to the entire interview with John Baron by checking out the latest episode of My Podcast, one on one with Matt Leon subscribe on the radio dot com app or wherever you get your podcast Matt Leon K Y. W News Radio Americans going through Pandemic concerns are reaching for that universal comfort food. Chuck, but the proof is in the receipts. Consumers are gravitating toward comfort foods and familiar brands, and nowhere is that more apparent than in chocolate sales. From March into June, Americans spent $3.7 billion on chocolate. That's in almost 7% jump and the research firm NPD tracked an 8% growth in snack foods. More than 1/3 of the consumers who were asked in a recent survey said they were well stocked with cookies, ice cream or salty treats. Even though health experts really want to remind us the pounds Khun B. Easy to put on and hard to take off on Jan Johnson crash on eastbound for 22 will get the latest on that when we checked with the traffic center next it's 10 20 catch up on.

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:51 min | 2 months ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on KCRW

"Counsel Robert Mueller is responding to claims that the investigation was illegitimate. In a Washington Post op Ed Mueller said the probe was of paramount importance and that Stone was prosecuted and convicted because he committed federal crimes. Mueller also said Stone remains a convicted felon and quote, rightly so. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington The latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show the number of Corona virus cases in a 24 hour period top 66,000 in the US yesterday, a new daily record. Many of those new cases are in Sunbelt States states such as Texas and Florida, where hospitalizations air up The carpenter is a nurse and the CEO of Memorial Hospital West and Pembroke Pines, Florida I'm busting out in the emergency room. I'm busting at the seams inside the hospital. I'm busting at the seams in terms of the I C U Florida on Saturday confirmed more than 10,000 new Corona virus cases in 96 desk. Bringing the total to AH total for the week to 496. President Trump is what a mask in public for the first time since the virus began spreading in the U. S. He were mastering his visit yesterday to the Walter Reed Army Medical Center outside Washington, where he met with wounded soldiers in front line health care workers. Months after Iran fired on a Ukrainian passenger plane near Baghdad's international airport. A report from Iran Civil Aviation Organization reveals more details about what happened. Appears Peter Kenyon has more A report from Iran's Civil Aviation organization blames a misaligned missile battery and miscommunication for firing on the Ukrainian passenger jet in January. Officials in Tehran were silent for days after the attack before admitting it was responsible. At the time. Iranian officials blamed human error for the deadly strike, which killed 176 people. Tehran also said its forces were on highest alert because Iran had just launched a ballistic missile attack against the base in Iraq, where U. S soldiers were present after months of delay the black boxes aboard the flight or due to be decoded later this month. Peter Kenyan NPR NEWS Istanbul and you're listening to NPR news. Corona virus border restrictions between the U. S and the European Union of kept couples apart for months While they lobby their governments to consider reunifications as essential travel from Brussels, Teri Schultz reports There is a bit of progress to report Corsi Crumpler was looking forward to giving birth to her son this month in Texas with her Irish fiance at her side. Then the borders closed to all but necessary travel. The American government has, in essence decided that my family is not essential. And so they're probably give birth alone. Sasha Summer, a computer programmer in Germany. Is also anxiously awaiting his partner who lives in New York. It's a really emotional distress to be separated for that long. But now after thousands of people signed petitions, insisting love is essential. Some European governments are relenting. Denmark, Austria and Norway have introduced rules allowing long term partners to reunite for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. Officials in India's say one of the country's best known film stars has tested positive for the Corona virus. Let me talk about John and his son had been taken to a hospital in Mumbai despite reportedly only showing mild symptoms. According to a tally by Johns Hopkins. Only the U. S and Brazil have a bigger case load in India infections there near 850,000 in more than 22,000 people have died. Forecasters say hi tippet Ear's in parts of the Southwest today could break records excessive heat warnings in effect from Southern California and Arizona, New Mexico and Texas..

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:09 min | 2 months ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was brought into this switch on this all political witchhunt and the Mueller scam is a scam because it's been proven false. Former special counsel Robert Mueller is responding to claims that the investigation was illegitimate. In a Washington Post op Ed Mueller said the probe was of paramount importance and that Stone was prosecuted and convicted because he committed federal crimes. Mueller also said Stone remains a convicted felon and quote, rightly so. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington The latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show the number of Corona virus cases in a 24 hour period top 66,000 in the US yesterday, a new daily record. Many of those new cases are in Sunbelt States states such as Texas and Florida, where hospitalizations air up The carpenter is a nurse and the CEO of Memorial Hospital West and Pembroke Pines, Florida I'm busting out in the emergency room. I'm busting at the seams inside the hospital. I'm busting at the seams in terms of the I C U Florida on Saturday confirmed more than 10,000 new Corona virus cases in 96 desks. Bringing the total to AH total for the week to 496. President Trump is what a mask in public for the first time since the virus began spreading in the US he wore a mask during his visit yesterday to the Walter Reed Army Medical Center outside Washington, met with wounded soldiers in front line health care workers. Months after Iran fired on the Ukrainian passenger plane near Baghdad's international airport. A report from Iran Civil Aviation Organization reveals more details about what happened. NPR's Peter Kenyon has more A report from Iran's Civil Aviation Organization blames a misaligned missile battery and miscommunication for firing on a Ukrainian passenger jet in January. Officials in Tehran were silent for days after the attack before admitting it was responsible. At the time. Iranian officials blamed human error for the deadly strike, which killed 176 people. Tehran also said its forces were on highest alert because Iran had just launched a ballistic missile attack against the base in Iraq, where U. S soldiers were present. After months of delay the black boxes aboard the flight or due to be decoded later this month. Peter Kenyan NPR NEWS Istanbul and you're listening to NPR news. This is WN Y C in New York at 904 Good morning. I'm Carrie Nolan. No reports as prosecutors withheld evidence elicited false testimony and made other missteps that contributed to botched convictions in New York City in the 19 eighties and nineties. The findings by the Brooklyn District Attorney's office also cited more familiar factors like false confessions and shady police work in 25 cases that were finally overturned. Perhaps most striking was that they took aim at prosecutors for their role in convictions that put the wrongly accused many black homicide defendants behind bars for 20 years. Beginning tomorrow, New York City libraries will start to reopen a limited number of branches, and each borough will allow book pick up and drop off items reserved in advance online or over the phone. Dennis Walcott is the head of the Queen's public library. People are excited about the reopening, but it will be a different type of library. When they come to it on and we'll be grab and go. They will not be any program services offered. We will not be able to offer computer services right way. Returned items will be held for 72 hours before being loaned out again. All patrons are required to wear masks and at least through October, libraries won't collect fines for overdue books. The Bronx Zoo and the New York City Aquarium and three other zoos will reopen this month. But the city is canceling street fairs, parades and other big events through September as local officials try to keep city blocks open for restaurants and the public. Zoo, visitors will have to buy tickets online in advance and masks will be required for everyone over three years old. It's 76 degrees in New York City will going up to the lower nineties under sunny skies..

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Iranian Report Details Chain Of Mistakes In Shooting Down Ukrainian Passenger Plane

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Iranian Report Details Chain Of Mistakes In Shooting Down Ukrainian Passenger Plane

"Months after Iran fired on the Ukrainian passenger plane near Baghdad's international airport. A report from Iran Civil Aviation Organization reveals more details about what happened. NPR's Peter Kenyon has more A report from Iran's Civil Aviation Organization blames a misaligned missile battery and miscommunication for firing on a Ukrainian passenger jet in January. Officials in Tehran were silent for days after the attack before admitting it was responsible. At the time. Iranian officials blamed human error for the deadly strike, which killed 176 people. Tehran also said its forces were on highest alert because Iran had just launched a ballistic missile attack against the base in Iraq, where U. S soldiers were present. After months of delay the black boxes aboard the flight or due to be decoded later this month. Peter Kenyan NPR NEWS

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Iran investigators blame shootdown of Ukranian flight on misaligned missile battery, no communication with commanders

KYW 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Iran investigators blame shootdown of Ukranian flight on misaligned missile battery, no communication with commanders

"Investigators are blaming a misaligned missile battery and miscommunication between soldiers for the Revolutionary Guard shooting down of that Ukrainian jetliner in January, killing 176 people on board. The report, released late yesterday by Iran Civil Aviation Organization comes months after the crash. Plane was shot down the same night that Iran launched ballistic missile attack targeting US space in Iraq and that was in response to a U. S drone strike that killed Iranian General Qasem Soleimani.

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:22 min | 2 months ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This nonsense. We open our schools. He accuses Democrats of wanting to keep US school's closed for political reasons, which he believes will backfire across the country. Governors and education officials are grappling with how best is safely reopen schools even as cases surge in several states. Greg Clugston. Washington The Federal Reserve continues to actively intervened to keep the U. S economy afloat bearing the Corona virus pandemic among the central bank's latest moves the purchase of $1.3 billion worth of corporate bonds. It's part of the Fed's effort to keep interest rates low and ensure that big businesses can generate cash through the sale of bonds. The Fed purchased bonds issued by a handful of large companies, including AT and T, Pepsico and Berkshire Hathaway. Lined with purchases from earlier in the month, The Fed has bought nearly $1.8 billion in corporate debt. Rich Thomason reporting to police officers shot and killed in the South Texas border town after reportedly responding to a disturbance call Most of the Macallan police officers shot yesterday afternoon on the south side of the city. They were transported to an area hospital whether expired, the investigation continues. Iranian investigators. They're blaming a malfunctioning missile battery and miscommunication between soldiers and their commanders for the Revolutionary Guard. Shooting down of Ukrainian jetliner in January 176 people died. The report released late last night by Iran's Civil aviation organization. More on these stories of townhall dot com. A leaf factor. Effective pain relief. That really, really works. How do I know that? I don't have a script. I don't have talking points. I live it. I've been taking it for a year and 1/2. I had lower back pain issue that had been plaguing me for nine years. Almost a decade. I took really factor for two weeks. Yes, two weeks and my pain was gone and it still gone. That's the experience of Tens of thousands of Americans who are taking really factor right now. Don't take my word for it, see their incredible video testimonials. That really factor dot com and then find out for yourself. If this incredible drug free product could work for you as well as it does for me and tens of thousands of Americans, it's a very, very simple, gory fact. It'll come out of the three week quick start up act will be at your door in three days or less. And I guarantee a Dr G's guarantee. If you take it morning and evening, as do I, for three weeks By the end of that time, you will know if it works for you like it works to me. Electric vehicles start up. Vivian says it has raised another $2.5 billion in funding. The company has a contract with Amazon to build 100,000 electric delivery van starting next year, it its factory Ah former Mitsubishi plant in Normal, Illinois. Vivian also is rolling out a pickup truck and an SUV for sale the consumers next year. The company said that investors in this round include Sorrows Fund management code two Fidelity Management and Research and Barren Capital Group. The company employs about 2300 people, Keith leaders reporting Investigators have concluded A bus crash that killed 21 people in southern China last week was caused by the driver was apparently unhappy is home must be it to be demolished..

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:58 min | 2 months ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"The chief in lieu Hana Love Firm studio doing good by doing right. This is Katy K. A radio It's 67 degrees of Pittsburgh International at 7 30 I'm bored a shylock. Iranian investigators are blaming a misaligned missile battery and miscommunication between soldiers and their commanders for the Revolutionary Guard, shooting down a Ukrainian jetliner in January, killing 176 people. The report, released late Saturday by Iran's civil aviation organization comes months after the crash. The shootdown happened the same night Iran launched a ballistic missile attack targeting U. S soldiers in Iraq. Over the American drone strike that earlier killed guard General Qassim Solomon E in Baghdad. West Virginia's governor forced out the state's public health leader in late June. And now Dr Kathy Slip, says decades old computer systems and cuts to staff over a period of years. Made a challenging job even harder during a once in a century pandemic. When Republican governor Jim Justice demanded her resignation. He complained about discrepancies in the number of active Corona virus cases. And he accused her of not doing her job slump is now making her first comments about what happened. And while she declines to directly discuss the governor's decision, She's detailing how funding dwindled over the years that meant fewer staff and they were humbled by outdated technology. Many people have been forced to figure it out when it comes to working and living in the same space. CBS's Deborah Rodriguez tells us more. At first, I was excited to have Tim Home, Chad and sawing quickly found out it wasn't so easy sharing a tiny home and we mean tiny 210 square feet with her husband there, baby Nico and their two pit bulls in Rochester, New York, But he started working at home. I was like, Oh, and this is not what I thought it was, they were forced to find a new rhythm within their four small walls. I was really feeling like I had a tiptoe around and not make any noise, Buckley Ego like to sleep in his carrier. Pretty easy, Tio, get out with him and summer means hikes through the Christmas tree farm in the backyard, plus consideration of a larger space. Debra Rodriguez CBS News After the killing of George Floyd in the protests around the world. One man from Huntsville, Alabama, decided he would walk to Minneapolis as a tribute to Floyd's memory. Along the way, Terry Willis had stopped in several cities meeting people along his 1000 mile march. He says, is for change, justice and equality. What way do as African Americans for some people, not all but some people? I hate us the way that they do. If anybody can answer that,.

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:33 min | 8 months ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Breaking news this hour from so called out you're in the house president trump is attempting to sell the United States to the global business community just as as historic impeachment trial gets under way in the Senate as the trial reconvenes today in Washington Mr trump is thousands of miles away addressing global CEOs at the annual World Economic Forum in Switzerland president trump's historic Senate impeachment trial gets underway today on Capitol Hill the president insists he did nothing wrong in his dealings with Ukraine and senior administration officials say the White House legal team is happy to get a chance to vindicate the president in fact officials here are confident that Mr trump will be acquitted and they're expecting a swift trial White House correspondent brit Clarkston Iran is a knowledge of its armed forces far to Russian anti aircraft missiles at Ukrainian jetliner that crashed after taking off from turnarounds main airport earlier this month killing all one hundred seventy six people on board however new preliminary report by Iran civil aviation organization stopped short of blaming the T. O. R. M. one for the crash thousands of gun rights activists from around the country rallied peacefully at the Virginia capital on Monday protesting plans by the state's democratic leadership to pass gun control legislation gun rights activist David Allen says he saw no violent incidents among thousands of activists at the rally a peaceful advice blindly launch site is quite side and today the but the the example of that everybody's you know real cordial.

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

03:31 min | 9 months ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"The voices network of from the United States Canada and the UK. All said Thursday that intelligence indicated that the Ukrainian jetliner that crashed shortly after taking off from Tehran was mistakenly shot down by an Iranian. Anti aircraft. Missile the Boeing seven thirty seven eight hundred crashed early Wednesday killing all hundred seventy six people on board the jet which was leaving for Kiev reportedly was in flames and tried to turn around. Before crashing crashing Iran said the cause appeared to be mechanical failure. A spokesman for the Iranian government called reports a big lie and said the plane's means black box will reveal the true cause of the crash. Initially Iran Civil Aviation Organization said it wouldn't share the black box data recovered from the crash with the the US or Boeing. The plane's manufacturer but now Ukraine and Boeing are invited to take place in the investigation. The House voted to twenty four to one ninety four Thursday to approve the war powers resolution which would force the president to seek approval from Congress for armed conflict with Iran. Eight Democrats voted no representatives Joe Cunningham from South Carolina Anthony Brindisi of New York. Max Rows of New York Josh Got Timer you're from New Jersey Kendra Horn Oklahoma. Elaine Lauria of Virginia Ben McAdams of Utah and Stephanie Murphy of Florida and then there where three Republicans who voted yes. Thomas Massie of Kentucky Francis Rooney of Florida and surprisingly one of trump's biggest defenders Matt Gaetz eighth also a Florida who went on the floor to explain his reasoning. I represent more troops than any other member of this body. I buried one of them earlier. Today at Arlington in the members of our armed services have the courage to go and fight and die in these wars as Congress. We ought to have the courage to forum or against them. I support the president. Didn't killing Sulejmani was the right decision but engaging in another forever war in the Middle East would be the wrong decision. And that's why I'm voting for this resolution senator Tim Kaine of Virginia. He has sponsored a similar proposal but it faces a tougher road in the Senate. Democrats say that under the Nineteen Seventy-three War Powers Act. The resolution would be binding on trump trump without his signature. If it's passed by both chambers many Republicans said it's still wouldn't be binding and the courts have not ruled definitively. Nancy Pelosi said the House House might also consider legislation to repeal the two thousand to a UMF authorization for use of military force in Iraq and a bill to bar funding for military Tori Action against Iran not explicitly approved by Congress. All right what are you waiting for her weekly press conference on Thursday Pelosi was again asked when she might send the articles of impeachment over to the Senate in terms of impeachment. You'll keep asking me the same question I keep giving you the same mm-hmm answer as I said right from the start we need to see the arena in which we are sending our managers. Is that too much to ask. They don't want documents the documentation. They don't want witnesses. They may want dimissed dismissal. which is proof? They cannot cannot clear the president of the wrongdoing that he has put forth the articles in no metalled hold indefinitely upsetting.

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

09:12 min | 9 months ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"To further this may have been caused by the surface to air missile strike is is compounding and not my thoughts instantly went to how much harder this must make it for the families who are experiencing just a terrible amount of grief right that is once again the prime minister of Canada Mr true ghetto and of course the groove Reaver in light of what has happened to that the jetliner that was apparently now shot down shortly after it took off from to Ron has as he said in his words it got to be that much harder for the families once they heard what happened so the planes that decided to stay up in the air a shocking to some because there were warnings and so the question of why looms large Hey everybody Kate Delaney hope you're having a good tail end of the week certainly much better than for these families of those that were lost in that crashed through a hundred and seventy nine people on board you know Lufthansa Turkish Airways career Aeroflot was also they were flying out of Toronto the F. A. A. R. Federal Aviation Administration issued a warning and directives telling American pilots not to fly because of the missiles and the tension that had happened obviously so that was heated by American pilots but not by others not buddies international carriers so the Ukranian jet falls into that category and it was of course knocked out of the sky is what it looks like pretty obviously the Eric cans have been invited to come and help in the investigation on the most of that site has apparently didn't cleaned up but the national transportation safety board would certainly go there and look at the extensive damage in review this satellite X. yes but it's all that kind of stuff but it was likely brought down by by the missile and the destruction of the airliner carried sixty three Canadians and unintentional let's would Trudeau's said it might have been unintentional but they had intelligence from multiple sources including allies and their own intelligence that the evidence shows that the plane was shot down by a surface to air missile there is some video of it somebody had a cell phone number they were shooting at so you could see it they're very strange to come look at it for out of the sky but this flight to Kiev from to Ron crashed hours after Iran fired ballistic missiles at two US military bases in Iraq so the Iranians were on high alert for US military response and they said they're not going to the Canadian said they're not going to rest until they had closure transparency accountability and justice that's the words that he used but you look at the satellite data according to a US agencies and in Washington there concluding with a pretty high degree of certainty that anti aircraft missiles brought down the plane it was being tracked by Iranian radar but they do say that they thought it was downed by mistake but again the it you know tell that to the families Iran denied that the airline or the flight the airliner had been hit by a missile and the initial report issued by Iran civil aviation organization on Thursday said the three year old plane which had its last scheduled maintenance on Monday encountered a technical problem shortly after take off and started to head toward a nearby airport before it crashed I remember we were in there and that's the official thing that was put out but it's a tragic you know could tragic thing and this in the middle of everything that's happening with the U. S. and Iran since the killing of full of money and and of course on the hill there's arguments as to what the president should be allowed to do and in the house they passed resolutions aimed at restraining the president's actions and reactions to Iran the war powers resolution by the way is not binding on the president and would not requires signature but speaker of house is the house speaker heather Nancy Pelosi insisted that it has teeth because of the statement of the Congress of the United States and says that the measure which was voted on would protect American lives and values by limiting military actions and that she added that the administration must de escalate it must prevent further violence the house passed it to twenty four to one nine D. for only three Republicans along with the lone independent joined the Democrats in supporting the measures to who they were Republicans are both from Florida and Thomas Massie from Kentucky decided to break ranks but in the Senate they're talking about another kind of limitations something else that would be similar but just a tad different from the war powers measure they're also talking about the same thing the house vote comes on the heels of the president briefing lawmakers are the ministration briefing lawmakers on the actions in Iran there was the meetings to brief everybody but Democrats and some Republicans call the briefings in adequate saying that they didn't provide enough detail about why the attack was justified vice president Mike pence said that on Thursday that's solani was traveling the error in the area the reason to make plans to bring attack against American personnel American forces in Iraq specifically the embassy and said it was impossible sure full details of the intelligence with lawmakers saying that we have to protect sources and methods there's only a certain amount that we can share with every member of Congress so this is an argument I think that's going to continue and listen can the president because of something the Supreme Court said any ruled on in the eighties can the president to what he's doing and the answer is you know he can but some in Congress are saying they have a constitutional responsibility to uphold authority and authorizing rather the use of military force and that they want to concrete specific details on strategy so you know listen the war powers role has pretty much wrote it since two thousand and one when we were fighting terrorism after nine eleven and there was the passage of the authorization for use of military force so there will be more fall out you can bet on our what's happening with the Ron but our response is I mean that's going to continue because in the meantime they have to decide or at least Nancy Pelosi has to decide when she's going to send the articles of impeachment to Mitch McConnell and the Senate and she's saying soon but being vague on when that soon is and we're getting close to some presidential primaries except for that are coming up so this could be pretty tangles here through January and February but what else is new Hey we only can flip side hello I'm Mike Lindell the inventor my pillow and like all of you out there I have problems sleeping pills would go flat I would flip flop all night long I would wake up with a sore neck maybe I feel like I need a nap even though I slept eight hours when I've been in my pillow I wanted to where you can move the patent field to give you the exact support you need is an individual regardless of the position my call will get you into that deep rem sleep faster and you will stay there longer it's not about how much time we spend about is about how much of that quality sleep with yet I do all my own manufacturing right here in the United States I have a ten year warranty you can wash.

Trudeau: Evidence shows Iranian missile downed Ukraine plane

John Batchelor

01:15 min | 9 months ago

Trudeau: Evidence shows Iranian missile downed Ukraine plane

"Of a prime minister Justin Trudeau dress the nation Thursday afternoon amid multiple reports pointing the finger at Iran for the downing of the Ukraine international airlines flight killing all on board including sixty three Canadian citizens and one hundred and thirty eight people who were headed to Canada addressing assembled media and I thought it was the prime minister Trudeau said Canada has intelligence that indicates the plane was shot down by an Iranian missile the cabbie it here is that as of these last hours the Wall Street journal is reporting quoting a rainy and officials such as civil aviation and Nash a civil aviation organization that it was not a missile that it was quote not possible to be an Iranian missile that the reports of a rocket or a missile strike how are the country's defense system is out of the question said the head of Iran's civil aviation organization so there is a contest here over the falls but in any event I'm going to stay with the Canadian response because it's the Canadian citizens that who have been lost here that is weighing on

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Iran says Ukrainian plane was on fire, tried to turn back

Monocle 24: The Globalist

00:27 sec | 9 months ago

Iran says Ukrainian plane was on fire, tried to turn back

"Ukrainian International Airlines Boeing Seven. Three seven eight hundred flight was on fire before it crashed after taking off from Tehran. Yesterday yesterday investigators say the report by Iran Civil Aviation Organization sites witnesses on the ground UNA passing aircraft. The saying the jet was on fire fire while still aloft. Meanwhile Arabian officials have announced. The country will not handle the planes flight. Recorders saying Iran will lead the investigation

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:05 min | 9 months ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Hospital after police involved shooting your Tompkins square park it happened around three thirty this morning cops are really surveillance video of the suspect in the killing of a ninety two year old woman the cat lady of queens I called her in the neighborhood she was found dead in a sidewalk Monday and the house is scheduled to vote today on a resolution that would curb president trump's war powers of it makes it through the house and to the Senate at least two Republicans in the Senate have indicated they would support that bill pope Francis is concerned about the rising tensions between the US and Iran the pope says it's a deterioration of U. S. Iran relations that particularly is troubling after the U. S. drone strike that killed Iran's top general in the pope's annual foreign policy address he warned that the increasing tensions are now setting the stage for a broader conflict throughout the Mideast and jeopardizing efforts to rebuild Iraq Iran blames mechanical problems for yesterday's crash of the Ukrainian airliner but you cranium investigators have a different theory here CBS's Peter king whatever happened to the jet happened so quickly that the plane's crew had no time to call for help is it turned back to the airport that comes from Iran civil aviation organization the crash came hours after a rand's missile attack in Ukrainian officials say they haven't ruled out a missile strike Iran's military spokesman says a missile did not hit the plane Ukrainian investigators also say had grown may have hit the plane it may have been terrorists or an engine problem Peter king CBS news as Australia burns the number of dead continues to rise at least twenty seven people have been killed and more than two thousand homes have been destroyed by wildfires prime minister Scott Morrison says it's devastating I express my sincere condolences and sympathies to the families of all of us have lost loved ones during the course of this terrible disaster new warnings and evacuation notices have been issued across the country southeast with hot windy weather expected to fuel the flames of the next two days now we don't mean to sound mean but Justin Bieber has looked very well lately and he knows it he admits it and has a reason for it the guideline.

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:23 min | 9 months ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"To democratic presidential candidate stack of best two of president Donald Trump in Michigan a could be a former vice president Joe Biden or maybe former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg that is according to a new poll by the Detroit news angling gear of group Biden has the widest lead against president trump at seven points followed by Bloomberg and then Bernie Sanders present comes out on the winning side when paired against Pete booted judge and senator Elizabeth Warren president trump will hold a campaign rally tonight in Ohio this is the Futterman in Toledo tonight here Mr trump will hold his first campaign rally since the US military strike and the Iran missile response this will be another one of his keep America great reelection rallies one thing that will be closely watch will be the president's tone will he let loose and go after a run or will he be more low key and talk about preventing the situation from escalating even more WWJ news time six thirty six and the house is set to vote today on a proposal to limit president trumps of bitterly as president to take military action against Iran the democratic war powers resolution seems certain to draw strong Republican opposition the vote comes amid intensifying it democratic criticism of the United States killing of a top Iranian general that has been considered a terrorist since two thousand five Iran retaliated by firing missiles at two military bases in Iraq housing U. S. troops you Ukrainian investigators have some theories on what caused one of its seven thirty sevens to crash just after takeoff from Toronto airport hours after Iran's missile attack on military bases in Iraq here's correspondent Peter king whatever happened at the Jet happened so quickly that the plane's crew had no time to call for help is to turn back to the airport that comes from Iran civil aviation organization the crash came hours after a rand's missile attack in Ukrainian officials say they haven't ruled out a missile strike Iran's military spokesman says a missile did not hit the plane Ukrainian investigators also say a drone may have hit the plane it may have been terrorists or an engine problem Peter king CBS news who's going to host the Oscars ceremony next month the store is coming up WWJ news time six thirty eight traffic and weather together on the A. tears Denisof go she had in on the lodge freeways you get that spot there just be a little annoyed at Linwood a tipster rocky give us a.

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Ukraine says missile or terror attack among theories in Iran jet crash

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Ukraine says missile or terror attack among theories in Iran jet crash

"On the investigation into the crash of a Ukrainian jetliner in Iran has taken an ominous turn Ukraine's initial report mentions terrorism or a missile strike as possible theories for bringing the seven thirty seven down live to CBS's Peter king well Gary whatever happened the plane happened so quickly that the plane's crew had no time to call for help is it turned back to the airport that comes from Iran civil aviation organization the crash came hours after Iran's missile attack on Iraqi air bases and Ukrainian officials say they haven't ruled out a missile strike Iran's military spokesman says that didn't happen Ukrainian investigators also say because could have been a drone terrorists sort an

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Ukrainian plane was on fire immediately before crash, Iran's initial probe says

BBC World Service

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Ukrainian plane was on fire immediately before crash, Iran's initial probe says

"Investigators in Iran say the Ukrainian plane which crashed on Wednesday killing all one hundred and seventy six people on board was trying to turn back to Tehran airport in a preliminary reports Iran civil aviation organization says the pilots made no distress calls it says the Ukraine international airlines Boeing seven three seven was on fire before it came down minutes off to take off from Tehran bound for Kiev Ukraine's president for them is a Lansky has urged people not to speculate spread conspiracy

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:16 min | 9 months ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"But Michigan president trump is scheduled to speak Wednesday morning about Iran's ballistic missile attack on two military bases in Iraq that house U. S. troops CBS news national security correspondent David Martin the attack was announced on Iranian state television as revenge for the drone strikes which killed because some sort of money drones operate from our side so it is possible the ones which killed some of the money were launched from there Iran has the largest ballistic missile force in the Middle East and over the past few days US intelligence has reported the missiles were being brought to a higher state of alert it is unclear how much warning the U. S. had that an actual launch was about to occur for how much time troops at two bases had to take cover another developing story out of terror on the crash of the Ukrainian airliner just after takeoff Ukrainian president's Lynskey confirms that everyone on board at least a hundred and seventy people were killed BBC news correspondent Gareth Barlow a spokesperson for Iran civil aviation organization said the plane was on fire and they were sending cruise to the site of the crash satellite tracking all the Accra suggested crash very shortly after takeoff in what looks to be Haley slightly rugged terrain the plane that crashed as a Boeing seven thirty seven but not the Boeing seven thirty seven Max that was grounded after two fatal crashes CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff now with the latest on the pending Senate impeachment trial what was good enough for press one an impeachment trial should have been good enough for president trough Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's got the votes and won't consider potential witnesses in the upcoming impeachment trial until both sides present their case will get around to the discussion of witnesses we got around to the discussion witnesses after we got through phase one twenty years ago not good enough for Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer will senators stand up for a fair trial bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill a jury selection at the Harvey Weinstein rape and sexual assault trial in New York about one third of the initial one hundred twenty prospective jurors were sent home after telling the judge they could not be impartial in Idaho at least two people are dead from an avalanche of the silver mountain ski resort five people have been rescued K. R. E. M. TV reporter.

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"President trump is scheduled to speak Wednesday morning about Iran's ballistic missile attack on two military bases in Iraq in that house U. S. troops CBS news national security correspondent David Martin the attack was announced on Iranian state television as revenge for the drone strikes which killed because some sort of money drones operate from our side so it is possible the ones which killed some of the money will launch from there Iran has the largest ballistic missile force in the Middle East and over the past few days US intelligence has reported the missile for being brought to a higher state of alert it is unclear how much warning the U. S. had that an actual launch was about to occur for how much time troops it's two basses had to take cover another developing story out of terror on the crash of the Ukrainian airliner just after takeoff Ukrainian president's Lynskey confirms that everyone on board at least a hundred and seventy people were killed BBC news correspondent Gareth Barlow a spokesperson for Iran civil aviation organization said the plane was on fire when they were sending cruise to the site of the crash simply tracking all the Accra suggested Chris very shortly after takeoff a what looks to be Haley slightly rugged terrain the plane that crashed as a Boeing seven thirty seven but not the Boeing seven thirty seven Max that was grounded after two fatal crashes CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff now with the latest on the pending Senate impeachment trial what was good enough for press one an impeachment trial should have been good enough for president trough Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's got the votes and won't consider potential witnesses in the upcoming impeachment trial until both sides present their case we'll get around to the discussion of witnesses we got around to the discussion witnesses after we got through phase one twenty years ago not good enough for Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer will senators stand.

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:18 min | 9 months ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Original reporting I'm but Michigan president trump is scheduled to speak Wednesday morning about Iran's ballistic missile attack on two military bases in Iraq that house U. S. troops CBS news national security correspondent David Martin the attack was announced on Iranian state television as revenge for the drone strike which killed because some sort of money drones operate from our side so it is possible the ones which killed sort of money were launched from there Iran has the largest ballistic missile force in the Middle East and over the past few days US intelligence has reported the missiles were being brought to a higher state of alert it is unclear how much warning the U. S. had that an actual launch was about to occur or how much time troops of the two bases had to take cover another developing story out of terror on the crash of the Ukrainian airliner just after takeoff Ukrainian president's Lynskey confirms that everyone on board at least a hundred and seventy people were killed BBC news correspondent Gareth Barlow a spokesperson for Iran civil aviation organization said the plane was on fire and they were sending cruise to the site of the crash satellite tracking all the Accra suggested crash very shortly after takeoff a what looks to be Haley slightly rugged terrain the plane that crashed as a Boeing seven thirty seven but not the Boeing seven thirty seven Max that was grounded after two fatal crashes CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff now with the latest on the pending Senate impeachment trial what was good enough for press one an impeachment trial should have been good enough for president trough Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's got the votes and won't consider potential witnesses in the upcoming impeachment trial until both sides present their case will get around to the discussion of witnesses we got around to the discussion witnesses after we got through phase one twenty years ago not good enough for Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer will senators stand up for a fair trial bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill a jury selection at the Harvey Weinstein rape and sexual assault trial in New York about one third of the initial one hundred twenty prospective jurors were sent home after telling the judge they could not be impartial in Idaho at least two people are dead from an avalanche of the silver mountain ski resort five people have been rescued K. R. E. M. TV reporter.

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:16 min | 9 months ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"President trump is scheduled to speak Wednesday morning about Iran's ballistic missile attack on two military bases in Iraq that house U. S. troops CBS news national security correspondent David Martin the attack was announced on Iranian state television as revenge for the drone strike which killed because some sort of money drones operate from our side so it is possible the ones which killed sort of money were launched from there Iran has the largest ballistic missile force in the Middle East and over the past few days US intelligence has reported the missiles were being brought to a higher state of alert it is unclear how much warning the U. S. had that an actual launch was about to occur for how much time troops at two bases had to take cover another developing story out of terror on the crash of the Ukrainian airliner just after takeoff Ukrainian president's Lynskey confirms that everyone on board at least a hundred and seventy people were killed BBC news correspondent Gareth Barlow a spokesperson for Iran civil aviation organization said the plane was on fire when they were sending cruise to the site of the crash simply tracking all the Accra suggested crash very shortly after takeoff a what looks to be Haley slightly rugged terrain the plane that crashed as a Boeing seven thirty seven but not the Boeing seven thirty seven Max that was grounded after two fatal crashes CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff now with the latest on the pending Senate impeachment trial what was good enough for press one an impeachment trial should have been good enough for president trough Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's got the votes and won't consider potential witnesses in the upcoming impeachment trial until both sides present their case will get around to the discussion of witnesses we got around to discussion witnesses after we got through phase one twenty years ago not good enough for Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer will senators stand up for a fair trial bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill a jury selection at the Harvey Weinstein rape and sexual assault trial in New York about one third of the initial one hundred twenty prospective jurors were sent home after telling the judge they could not be impartial in Idaho at least two people are dead from an avalanche of the silver mountain ski resort five people have been rescued K. R. E. M. TV reporter.

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bombs ticking down, you don't have time to do things, the right way. Next you need a quick fix. The winter of nineteen sixty three was the highpoint of one of these great London phones, thick choking, so furious clouds of industrial pollution. I mean I would ride home on the bus a policeman will be working head with a flashlight to show the bus driver, who couldn't see his hand in front of his face where to go it felt like you were breathing. Hot will it was miserable stuff, which killed people right left and center. Today on snap judgment. Probably presenting quick fix judgment storytelling. The beat stay tuned. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Kline. President Trump says he's delaying migrant deportations for two weeks. Rates were set to begin as soon as tomorrow to arrest. Immigrants who have removal notices in a tweet, Trump says he's waiting to see if Democrats and Republicans can resolve immigration issues. Mr. Trump says the US is imposing additional sanctions on Iran tomorrow. In response to Tehran's downing of a US military drone, and he says, military options are still being considered as he meets with advisers at camp. David, but Trump also says he's willing to reach a deal with Tehran bolster its crumbling economy. Wants to become a wealthy nation again. With Nathan we'll call it. Let's make a Ron great. Again. Does that make sense? Make around great again. Joke gay with me. The president also reversed his earlier statement that the downing of the drone was unintentionally now says it was probably deliberate. The Federal Aviation Administration is still prohibiting US commercial flights over the Persian Gulf, and the Gulf of Oman, because of the incident. But NPR's Peter Kenyon reports. Iran says its airspace is safe and open to all flights has name news agency quotes a spokesman for Iran Civil Aviation Organization as saying Iran controlled airspace. Over the Persian Gulf, and other routes is completely safe officials have said, Iran will respond firmly in a US attack. The FA issued an emergency order Thursday following the shooting down of a US drone by an Iranian surface to air missile at the time of the downing. The FAA said the nearest civil aircraft was about forty five miles away. Iran insisted the drone had violated Iranian airspace, but the US said the aircraft was hit in international waters. Several major airline companies reroute. Routed their flights to avoid around. Inner space analysts say the FAA warning will likely get serious attention from airlines worldwide. Peter Kenyon, NPR news, bull in Cambodia a building under construction at a beach resort has collapsed, killing at least seven people NPR's Anthony Kuhn, quartz rescuers are searching for others in the rubble. The building was a seven storey condominium in the beach town of Sihanoukville, the structure was nearly finished when it collapsed early, Saturday morning, the causes of the collapse is still under investigation. Chinese investors rented the land from Cambodian national, and police have detained one Chinese national for questioning in connection with the case Sihanoukville Cambodia's only deepwater port and China is Cambodia's, biggest foreign investor Chinese invested casinos and resorts had fuelled rapid economic growth in Sihanoukville. But have also left some locals angry at land grabs in rapidly rising prices, Anthony Kuhn, NPR news. Soul. This is NPR from K, Q, E, D news. I'm Jeremy Siegel. The university of California Santa Cruz is removing a bell that native Americans say, glorifies racism, Kennedy's Michelle widely has more. He outcome, you know, real bell was named after the route taken by Franciscan priests. This copy of the original mission bell was one of hundreds displayed across the state. But many native Americans say the bells represent the enslavement of their ancestors and a movement that separated them from their languages and cultures. The university decided to remove the ballot after speaking to tribal groups, students and community leaders, but as not decided on where it will go next. This move comes just days after governor Gavin Newsom issued an executive order apologizing for history of violence, maltreatment and neglect against native Americans. I'm Michelle Wiley, K, Q, E news. The house administration committee chaired by south bay congresswoman Zoloft grin has approved an election security Bill aimed at providing funding. States to replace old invulnerable voting equipment among other things, the Bill passed yesterday would mandate voting systems provide verifiable paper trail, president of the California voter foundation. Kim Alexander says the Bill is needed at a time when many states still use paperless electronic voting systems. It's important for the federal government to provide leadership and more importantly, to provide the funding that local jurisdictions are going to need to get to this upgrade. We need the Bill is expected to go to the house floor next week. I'm Jeremy Siegel, weedy news. Support comes from personal capital. Introducing a new high yield account, personal capital, cash FDIC.

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Scott Simon US customs enforcement agents will soon begin to round of migrant families. We've been ordered deported ISIS acting director. Mark Morgan says we need to send a message that says, once you've had due process, and you had a order of removal by judge, then there should be consequences later. This hour, NPR's, John Burnett will ask the director hard questions about the operation. Also, a score of democratic presidential candidates come to South Carolina for fried fish and fish for votes. And a movie that asks, what if you were the only one who remembered the songs of the Beatles? We all get by with little help from our friends, I star newscast. It's Saturday, June twenty second two thousand nineteen. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Barbara Klein. The Pentagon is disputing Iran's claims about the downing of an American military drone above the straight of Hormuz last week, NPR's David welna reports the defense department is issued a statement that includes what it calls, a corrected map of the down. Drones flightpath in what's becoming something of a war of words. US central command spokesman disputes, Iran's claim that an American spy plane with thirty five people aboard was flying near the down drone, and that it too could have been shot down for invading Iranian airspace. The spokesman says American aircraft never left, the international airspace, about the straight of Hormuz and noted that the spy plan can only carry a maximum of twenty eight people. He says the US failed to find any debris from the downed drone because it was scattered widely amid high winds and heavy seas. NPR's David welna. President Trump is spending the weekend in Camp David to discuss Iran. Meanwhile Tehran, says its airspace is safe and open to all flights. But NPR's Peter Kenyon reports. The Federal Aviation Administration is still prohibiting. US commercial flights over the Persian Gulf, and the Gulf of Oman, because of the drown down drone, the Tasneem news agency quotes a spokesman for Iran Civil Aviation Organization as saying Iran controlled airspace. Over the Persian Gulf, and other routes is completely safe officials have said, Iran will respond firmly to any US attack. The FAA issued an emergency order Thursday following the shooting down of a US drone by an Iranian surface to air missile at the time of the downing. The FAA said the nearest civil aircraft was about forty five miles away. Iran insisted the drone had violated Iranian airspace, but the US said the aircraft was hit in international waters. Several major airline companies rerouted their flights to. Avoid aronie airspace. And let's say the FAA warning will likely get serious attention from airlines worldwide. Peter Kenyon, NPR news, stand bull. Hawaiian officials say nine people were killed last night in a plane crash NPR's Amy held reports on the first day of summer. The twin engine aircraft took off for a sunset skydiving trip shortly afterward around six thirty in the evening. It crashed into a fence at the Dillingham airfield on the island of wall, who bursting into flames, Tim Sokha, HARA is a spokesman for the Hawaiian department of transportation. He says the plane was operated by the awas, who parachute centre preliminary indications are that there were six employees and then three customers that were on board. Connelly fire chief Manuel never says some of them left family members behind at the airfield getting my forty years as a firefighter here in Hawaii. This is the most tragic aircraft incident that we had the FAA and the NTSB are investigating the cause of the crash. Amy hello. NPR news. This is NPR. Oregon state capital is closed today because of what police are calling a possible militia threat against Democrats, and some staff members the legislature is in chaos after Republican lawmakers walked out this week to deny Democrats enough votes to take up some sweeping climate change legislation. Canada is making it illegal to export and import shark fins a culinary delicacy to millions, especially in Asia. Canada's the largest importer of shark fins outside Asia is Dan carpenter reports removing sharpens is endangering, the world's shark population. Animal rights advocates have fought the practice for decades, the carving off of Finns from live sharks, and then returning the animal to the water where it dies a slow death. Shark fins can cost up to four hundred dollars a pound and are considered a delicacy in Chinese cooking. They're made into a soup that can sell for more than one hundred dollars a bull. Canada has been the third largest. Importer of shark fins after mainland China and Hong Kong. Canada's fisheries minister, says the practice of shark finning is inhumane, and not sustainable now banning the practice as well as the imports of shark fins has become law. Animal rights groups are calling it as storage moment, saying it should help to reduce the number of shark deaths because of finning for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter in Toronto. The FDA has approved a new drug to restore sexual desire and women who are premenopausal the injection called via Lisi is intended treat hypoactive sexual desire disorder. I'm Barbara Klein NPR news in.

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"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"iran civil aviation organization" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"All in the forecast today. Clear skies, sunny, all day, expecting a high right around eighty degrees WNYC. It's eight o'clock. This is WNYC FM HD and AM, New York. President Trump called off a bombing attack that was intended as retaliation for Iran's shooting down of a US drone. The latest on tensions between the US and Iran. Also this hour, a cybersecurity expert on recent ransomware attacks on US cities, including Baltimore and Riviera Beach, Florida. A historic legislative session finally wraps up in New York. And Democrats claimed dozens of victories with Donald Trump in the White House. You had all this energy among Democrats, if they can't fix everything nationally. They're going to try to do it in New York in Albany. And so they really think set out with that in mind. And in sports, even though the NBA is in its off season, the draft this week, drew a lot of attention. It is Saturday June second. I'm David I. And this is weekend edition on WNYC. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Giles Snyder amid tensions following the downing of the US drone, Iran says, its airspace is completely safe and open to all flights but NPR's Peter Kenyon reports a Federal Aviation Administration is still warning the US flights in the area including over the Persian Gulf, and the Gulf of Oman are prohibited. It has named news agency quotes a spokesman for Iran Civil Aviation Organization as saying Iran controlled airspace. Over the Persian Gulf, and other routes is completely safe officials have said, Iran will respond firmly to any US attack. The FAA issued an emergency order Thursday following the shooting down of a US drone by an Iranian surface to air missile at the time of the downing. The FAA said the nearest civil aircraft was about forty five miles away. Iran insisted the drone had violated Iranian airspace, but the US said the aircraft was hit an intern. National waters several major airline companies rerouted their flights to avoid Ronnie, and airspace. Analysts say the FAA warning will likely get serious attention from airlines worldwide. Peter Kenyon, NPR news is Dan, bull to Cambodia. Now we're building at a beach resort collapsed, while under construction only seven workers have been killed more than a dozen injured in Pierce, Anthony Kuhn, reports the death toll could rise as rescue research for others buried beneath the rubble. The building was a seven storey condominium, and the beach town of Sihanoukville, the structure was nearly finished when it collapsed early, Saturday morning, the cause of the collapse is still under investigation. Chinese investors rented the land from Cambodian national, and police have detained one Chinese national for questioning in connection with the case Sihanoukville Cambodia's only deepwater port and China is Cambodia's, biggest foreign investor Chinese invested casinos and resorts had fuelled rapid economic growth in Sihanoukville. But also left some locals angry at land. cabs in rapidly rising prices anthony kuhn n._p._r. news seoul south east asian leaders are meeting in thailand today's summit got underway today in bangkok regional trade deal and territorial complex in the south china sea are expected to be key issues the acting director of immigration and customs enforcement is defending the trump administration plan to begin arresting and deporting migrant families as soon as tomorrow than an interview with n._p._r. art morgan said it is necessary and that his agency is only enforcing the law my duty is not to look at the political optics or the will the american people that that's for the politicians this is i with the american people should want us to do as law enforcement officials is to enforce the rule of law and maintain the integrity of that system morgan says ice will target for deportation recently arrived families that have received a removal order from an immigration court and who failed to show up for court the roundup's expected in ten cities around the country And you're listening to NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm David first immigrant families and advocates are warning about planned arrests around the country by the immigration and customs enforcement agency and a statement New York governor Andrew Cuomo calls the quote, impending blitz of ice raids shameful and unacceptable, and said, New York would fight back to protect immigrant families in addition, he said he was directing the state liberty defense programs rapid response team to be on high alert and to immediately assist any family in need of legal services across the state this weekend. A pregnant woman with two US citizens children, who is being held at the Bergen county jail could be among away of immigrants. The federal government is planning to deport according to Telemundo forty seven investigative reporter Pablo. Gutierrez spoke to almost Afia centennial. Santiago and says she got sick last month and is still in the infirmary. He says the group I friends wrote to ice asking for her to be released is that she is at an increased risk of miscarriage, and that she should be released on a humanitarian parole. He says the undocumented woman's lawyer, says she had to arrests in connection with domestic disturbances and did not know she had a prior order for deportation. The government says it provides care and appropriate nutrition for pregnant women in detention. New jersey. Governor Phil Murphy says all options are on the table as he reviews almost forty billion dollar budget lawmaker. Percent him late this week, but it wasn't clear whether the democrat will sign the spending Bill used his line item veto or reject the budget altogether. Murphy says he'll meet New Jersey's constitutional requirement to enact a spending plan by June thirtieth deadline, but that he is looking at all of his options, you should assume, everything is on the table, and we'll use the whole clock earlier this week. Lawmakers rejected Murphy's calls to raise income taxes on people making more than one million dollars per year, dealing a blow to the governor over one of his key campaign promises. If a budget is not in place by the end of the month. The state government could shut down six minutes after eight o'clock. This is WNYC support for NPR comes from the Carnegie corporation of New York, supporting innovations in education, democratic engagement, and the advancement.

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