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"islamabad airport" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

11:12 min | 1 year ago

"islamabad airport" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"The traveler talks about mountains and mosques and jingle trucks the world's most dangerous bridge the Kalash people and the Karakoram highway as we go to northern Pakistan. Welcome the amateur traveler. I'm your host Chris Christensen and I think we have a treat for you in today's episode. So let's talk about Pakistan. I like to welcome to the show. David Harden from travel worn SATCHEL DOT com. Who's come to talk to us about northern Pakistan? David welcome to the show. Thank you Chris. Thank you at least to be. Your accent is clearly not one from northern Pakistan. We're talking T- well you're in the UK. Near Windsor what led you to Pakistan give you the shortened version. But when I was eighteen. I decided to travel overland from the UK to Australia. And I could as far as Afghanistan before you realized you'd run out of land. It was not in the Russians. Got In the way so yes. Well the happens doesn't it tells away two years and decided that still WanNa girl on the Silk Roads still interested Islamic culture and art and architecture and filling in the gaps. Ever since. I've sort of done Australia and Southeast Asia and all of Europe and a few of the songs but Pakistan is always there the one that I needed to to tick off really well in you chose northern Pakistan on this particular trip which as we were talking before hand you said is quite different from southern Pakistan and that would be a whole different trip. North and south is very different. I mean the north. It's cooled in those areas and they three huge mountain ranges. So you have the to the West. You have the Hindu Kush in the sense of you have the character forms and then surrounded on the north and east by the Himalayas. And they're absolutely wonderful mountain ranges but as you get further south. Islamabad where I flew into the great trunk. Road becomes planes. Sunset becomes desert would way down to Karachi New Arabian Sea. So yeah very two distinct areas. Shall we start them in? Islamabad actually just flew into Islamabad as bad as modern city. One of the interesting says the city right next to it as well. Andy which is the ancient city but Islamabad is the modern city Pakistan pill. Much longer grid lines are easy to navigate. I would say that actually just before I started this trip on originally planned to buy a motorbike in Islamabad an travel up through the Karakoram highway and then head off into various places. I'd read about in various books to say that I spoke to that is a big Pakistan community here in the UK. And I have up the friends one. Who's a Kashmiri? And he said well to be honest. I know you're motorcyclist but the roads are something else and I would recommend a jeep at least so you'd better listen to this sort of thing. They listen to him and I got myself a cheap and a guide to me actually at Islamabad airport. I spoke at the moment number weeks number of months. Really sending out my tinman. He can find out about what I want to and that was great and so I had this a jeep drive and I have to say it was probably the best decision. I made an enormously. I would travel alone and make my way round but I think this would have been a journey too far. How did you find a jeep and a driver a Kashmiri gentlemen here in the UK who promotes northern Pakistan but wonderful gentleman and he put me in touch with Earth's people over the and I came up with one Sean who you turn out to be absolutely brilliant and good thing was that. He's his the Chinnery but often is not. We will turn off the rodent gun sale. This liquid interesting here. I suggest we don't do this. And I think the question slips or went what about safety because one sure yeah this image of cool so Pakistan and especially the northern areas and you know I I thought of the trip I plan was to go up towards promised so and Eko took care of it. Sometimes Chris when you meet someone. They have absolute confidence. That you've made a really good decision. They already felt towards the back end of the trip. We ended up in a shallow. He said near the Afghanistan border he said had I gone two weeks earlier suggested shallow harassed security reasons and it's nice having someone who has local intelligence so to speak and he was always on his phone is always checking where we were not set up. There wasn't one time the only time was rather Longley wanting planted in someone's house and it was an old soldier. I didn't notice but his granddaughter sent his granddaughter all and having a cup of tea with him dump. She walked in with this shotgun undecided K. And he said I started brandishing. The shotgun around me and I was okay Maybe I made a mistake too much of a price to pay for a cup of tea but it turned out that he wanted to show me the gun which was made in combat nineteen sixty in Birmingham the UK because as from the UK and then he was crowded this so I mean that's the momentarily. I felt unsafe that that was it. That was the extent to how I felt and say in Pakistan excellent now you said as I said Islamabad. You said that's a modern city. It sounded like in your tone I was hearing so I didn't spend a lot of time Islam Abbad. I was more interested in the mountain. I sort of pasta very quickly. In fact which we left about an hour nine did we did come back so actually to see Faisal mosque. Okay which is a really beautiful most very modern initiative about nine thousand nine hundred and again a very very beautiful most news in the foothills of the Himalayas. It's great visit down as the last place of his. But I'll tell you about that. I if I may so folks in about nine thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight defies most because in Faisal of Saudi Arabia. Stunt up the hundred and twenty million dollars. Us to build it as one does the money partly he fis but what is interesting is he. Made a competition to will be architects. Come up with the design. Took you shocked. The name one is an Basti. The whole architecture on a Bedouin. Tent shot was pretty interesting in the appealed to King Faisal and he's a magnificent structure because it's like an eight sided tend to really doesn't like a tent and so big on this enormous white marble and gray marble and you just see it for miles driving towards thinking okay. Looks Okay and something. You just don't know the ten minutes down the road you think. I'm sure I should have been by now this grid system of Islam about so you go up. It's the end of the road unless they just ended up votes off the Bat. So twenty minutes you eventually get close to it and then you start to really appreciate the enormity of small the structure and get three hundred thousand people praying ally inside. I think it's ten thousand but with the porticos and the data coca grounds. You've got three hundred thousand people. Pray there and it was real highlight. Visit every interested in style of architecture. But one thing is that if people do visit to you have to take your shoes and men and this white marble and greyish sort of marble and it wasn't a particularly sunny hot day but every time I stepped off the white mob wants the gray marble. My feet wants to get an angle for a pit shuttle. Take a shortcut to the record. My feet was scolded eventually got in as well but that just finished prayer and like go up to the main entrance to get inside to have a look at this incredible space inside and they said No. I'm sorry you can't come in and I said well look. I sort of come with away from London. See this is. This is typical of buckets. Johnny people that they will try and be as helpful as possible really nice and he said okay look you should really go with this young man and he spoke to the man order when we rolled around the back this young man to be around the back and there was a back door and he took my camera with me. He said look no pitches inside and just tap a low. I thought this really really nice touch and again to tread on the carpet I saw rob and really nice and re serene place children. Having lessons and really great atmosphere. I came back and said I gave him my camera and come back and I was sort of going to complaints because everyone in that had come phones. So fees and pitches thinking well. I was lucky enough to be let in so I wasn't going to push that but really worth of visit. This is a lot of history to this place. That modern architecture ignace absolutely stunning in the surroundings of the hills with the backdrop of the foothills of the Himalayas. It's a location excellent. Will shall we move off then into the Himalayas left is really quite quickly and traveled up the Karakoram Highway? After a couple of hours we went up the form highway after a couple of hours we reach about Abed. Handsome lunch about about is famous or infamous or where? Osama bin Laden was held up and was eventually killed. Okay you could send so. It's perhaps a little bit attention but nothing. That would worry me in any way often London. Shit about we turned off and went up this track to a place where I spent the first nine. And Ron it's a very hilly place in was really quite cold. It's actually a holiday town but on the open's really from May time to sing. I actually flew in in middle of June because as she going earlier to the Northern Territory's divergently impossible with snow a lot of the policies. You just can't get across so you have to time it. Whereas conversely going to the south best time saw wintertime so go to neuron lots of snow bound and some really nice food. I was tied because it was a an overnight flight so early to bed got up and then we headed up to what's known as the Babu suppose which is only opened may June time and that's about four thousand meters up one of the. She's I thought I was going to have was with the altitude. So what Asong is really good is single. Drive you up slowly will take you up out shooting. We've come back down. You can sleep and then we go back up to odds shoots build.

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Travel to Northern Pakistan

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

09:08 min | 1 year ago

Travel to Northern Pakistan

"Like to welcome to the show. David Harden from travel worn SATCHEL DOT com. Who's come to talk to us about northern Pakistan? David welcome to the show. Thank you Chris. Thank you at least to be. Your accent is clearly not one from northern Pakistan. We're talking T- well you're in the UK. Near Windsor what led you to Pakistan give you the shortened version. But when I was eighteen. I decided to travel overland from the UK to Australia. And I could as far as Afghanistan before you realized you'd run out of land. It was not in the Russians. Got In the way so yes. Well the happens doesn't it tells away two years and decided that still WanNa girl on the Silk Roads still interested Islamic culture and art and architecture and filling in the gaps. Ever since. I've sort of done Australia and Southeast Asia and all of Europe and a few of the songs but Pakistan is always there the one that I needed to to tick off really well in you chose northern Pakistan on this particular trip which as we were talking before hand you said is quite different from southern Pakistan and that would be a whole different trip. North and south is very different. I mean the north. It's cooled in those areas and they three huge mountain ranges. So you have the to the West. You have the Hindu Kush in the sense of you have the character forms and then surrounded on the north and east by the Himalayas. And they're absolutely wonderful mountain ranges but as you get further south. Islamabad where I flew into the great trunk. Road becomes planes. Sunset becomes desert would way down to Karachi New Arabian Sea. So yeah very two distinct areas. Shall we start them in? Islamabad actually just flew into Islamabad as bad as modern city. One of the interesting says the city right next to it as well. Andy which is the ancient city but Islamabad is the modern city Pakistan pill. Much longer grid lines are easy to navigate. I would say that actually just before I started this trip on originally planned to buy a motorbike in Islamabad an travel up through the Karakoram highway and then head off into various places. I'd read about in various books to say that I spoke to that is a big Pakistan community here in the UK. And I have up the friends one. Who's a Kashmiri? And he said well to be honest. I know you're motorcyclist but the roads are something else and I would recommend a jeep at least so you'd better listen to this sort of thing. They listen to him and I got myself a cheap and a guide to me actually at Islamabad airport. I spoke at the moment number weeks number of months. Really sending out my tinman. He can find out about what I want to and that was great and so I had this a jeep drive and I have to say it was probably the best decision. I made an enormously. I would travel alone and make my way round but I think this would have been a journey too far. How did you find a jeep and a driver a Kashmiri gentlemen here in the UK who promotes northern Pakistan but wonderful gentleman and he put me in touch with Earth's people over the and I came up with one Sean who you turn out to be absolutely brilliant and good thing was that. He's his the Chinnery but often is not. We will turn off the rodent gun sale. This liquid interesting here. I suggest we don't do this. And I think the question slips or went what about safety because one sure yeah this image of cool so Pakistan and especially the northern areas and you know I I thought of the trip I plan was to go up towards promised so and Eko took care of it. Sometimes Chris when you meet someone. They have absolute confidence. That you've made a really good decision. They already felt towards the back end of the trip. We ended up in a shallow. He said near the Afghanistan border he said had I gone two weeks earlier suggested shallow harassed security reasons and it's nice having someone who has local intelligence so to speak and he was always on his phone is always checking where we were not set up. There wasn't one time the only time was rather Longley wanting planted in someone's house and it was an old soldier. I didn't notice but his granddaughter sent his granddaughter all and having a cup of tea with him dump. She walked in with this shotgun undecided K. And he said I started brandishing. The shotgun around me and I was okay Maybe I made a mistake too much of a price to pay for a cup of tea but it turned out that he wanted to show me the gun which was made in combat nineteen sixty in Birmingham the UK because as from the UK and then he was crowded this so I mean that's the momentarily. I felt unsafe that that was it. That was the extent to how I felt and say in Pakistan excellent now you said as I said Islamabad. You said that's a modern city. It sounded like in your tone I was hearing so I didn't spend a lot of time Islam Abbad. I was more interested in the mountain. I sort of pasta very quickly. In fact which we left about an hour nine did we did come back so actually to see Faisal mosque. Okay which is a really beautiful most very modern initiative about nine thousand nine hundred and again a very very beautiful most news in the foothills of the Himalayas. It's great visit down as the last place of his. But I'll tell you about that. I if I may so folks in about nine thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight defies most because in Faisal of Saudi Arabia. Stunt up the hundred and twenty million dollars. Us to build it as one does the money partly he fis but what is interesting is he. Made a competition to will be architects. Come up with the design. Took you shocked. The name one is an Basti. The whole architecture on a Bedouin. Tent shot was pretty interesting in the appealed to King Faisal and he's a magnificent structure because it's like an eight sided tend to really doesn't like a tent and so big on this enormous white marble and gray marble and you just see it for miles driving towards thinking okay. Looks Okay and something. You just don't know the ten minutes down the road you think. I'm sure I should have been by now this grid system of Islam about so you go up. It's the end of the road unless they just ended up votes off the Bat. So twenty minutes you eventually get close to it and then you start to really appreciate the enormity of small the structure and get three hundred thousand people praying ally inside. I think it's ten thousand but with the porticos and the data coca grounds. You've got three hundred thousand people. Pray there and it was real highlight. Visit every interested in style of architecture. But one thing is that if people do visit to you have to take your shoes and men and this white marble and greyish sort of marble and it wasn't a particularly sunny hot day but every time I stepped off the white mob wants the gray marble. My feet wants to get an angle for a pit shuttle. Take a shortcut to the record. My feet was scolded eventually got in as well but that just finished prayer and like go up to the main entrance to get inside to have a look at this incredible space inside and they said No. I'm sorry you can't come in and I said well look. I sort of come with away from London. See this is. This is typical of buckets. Johnny people that they will try and be as helpful as possible really nice and he said okay look you should really go with this young man and he spoke to the man order when we rolled around the back this young man to be around the back and there was a back door and he took my camera with me. He said look no pitches inside and just tap a low. I thought this really really nice touch and again to tread on the carpet I saw rob and really nice and re serene place children. Having lessons and really great atmosphere. I came back and said I gave him my camera and come back and I was sort of going to complaints because everyone in that had come phones. So fees and pitches thinking well. I was lucky enough to be let in so I wasn't going to push that but really worth of visit. This is a lot of history to this place. That modern architecture ignace absolutely stunning in the surroundings of the hills with the backdrop of the foothills of the Himalayas. It's a

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"islamabad airport" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:25 min | 2 years ago

"islamabad airport" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So therefore, you are clearly in a conflict of interest. He knows I think that ultimately at some point down the line, he is going to have to choose between being the most powerful politician in the land, the prime minister and one of the country's most powerful businessmen. So everyone talking this week about the protests being the biggest since nineteen eighty nine the velvet revolution that brought down the communist. Oh, we talking about this government for. To. I was there the top of the square, and I've been to several of the biggest demonstrations, I suppose that have taken place in the capital in the last two decades. And personally, I can't remember one as big as this, but whether that actually changes the political reality in this country. I think the simple answer is no not yet you talk about being there in the crowd. How much do you feel those people represent the whole of the feeling in the country? And how much are they just a particular group to an extent? I think the people on the square this week, represent very much kind of cocoas of people who were always going to be against Andrei baggage. They didn't vote for him. They represent a sort of hate the words in urban liberal elites, but certainly, they are part of pro European better, educated, younger, more urban caucus, who are against Mr. Babington have always been against him. But the point is, I think when he entered politics few years ago now he. Originally did appeal to voters who were interested in a change and cleaning up and the tracker public. And at least some of those words were on the square this week. So in a sense, he's lost them. Now, there is, of course, Slovakia, right there on the doorstep. The brother nation just seen an anti corruption president elected prime minister force from office by protests. How far do you think all of that has inspired what we're seeing now in the Czech Republic? Certainly has been a source of inspiration. And in fact, one of the people who spoke to the demonstration this week, was the person who is leading those protests in, Slovakia, and crucially under Obama himself is Slovak-born. He speaks check with a not going to say difficulty, but, especially when he gets angry emotional Slovak words starts slipping into his vocabulary and not really for many checks is still a problem, part of the reason. At least part of the reason they don't like him is that as far as they see it. He's not really check. So we're all I hate to do this, but polish up your crystal ball for. Tell us what's going to happen. The next big date is Sunday, June. The twenty third on that day, the people who've organized these demonstrations in Wenceslas square, which have got bigger and bigger will hold another demonstration this time in a much larger venue, called let now in an echo of the nine thousand thousand nine full of communism and the mass protests that brought that about they're hoping that this thing gets so big that under a bandage is forced to resign rope. Cameron. You're listening to the world this week the program that tells you what happened in the past seven days. Not white counts. Coming up three decades. It's the bloody suppression of pro-democracy protests in TNN square. How has China really changed? And if you want to listen to us again or two previous additions type BBC the world this week, into your search engine more than two thousand cases in less than a year, more than thirteen hundred deaths so far. Far. And that's just the case as we know about the Democratic Republic of Congo is in the grip of one of the worst outbreaks of the abo- virus ever seen. And the figures is still rising. I asked our health. Correspondent James Gallaher why this outbreak is proving so hard to contain most outbreaks in the past of being tens of cases, often located to say one village and becomes very easy to contain this is now the second biggest outbreak in history of evola. The first thousand cases it took two hundred twenty four days for those people to be affected the second thousand seventy one so you, we're seeing a really notable increase in the pace, there are particular problems with this outbreak. Part of it is the conflict in the region. The number of people displaced from the homes, but also an issue that we saw gain in the west African outbreak. And is a lack of trust from the local population with healthcare workers with all his aid workers, that are arriving with doctors and medics flying in from. All around the world to do with this vote a virus this huge doubts and concerns about by the local population. How likely is it given that we have a vaccine now that we're going to see further outbreaks on this sort of scale? Well, this is an interesting question I put the World Health Organization this week because two thousand cases head west African outbreak significantly more and you start to ask why in the past five years, we've seen much larger outbreaks if it better than we have any other point in history. And there are lots of things coming together big population groups larger populations people moving around more unstable governments all in areas with high biodiversity, and these diseases that are spreading from the animal populations into humans. And so, I think, and we starting to see more of them in the World Health Organization saying that we're into a new phase in the world where we're going to see more of these large outbreaks of disease, and as you have to require a really big change in how the will deals with them. One thing that shocks me. Reading about it is the level of disbelief amongst the population. It sounds as though about a third of people on service suggested don't believe the virus exists. How do you tackle it not environment? This really one way that you talk if other you find people who have it really quickly. And then you get them into a secure hospital setting where you can minimize the risk of spreading it to other people that relies, so heavily on trust within a community, and without that trust you see what you're seeing in this Ebola outbreak. You're seeing around about a third of people dying home in the community not going to new voter treatment center because not only the disbelief around the border. There's a lack of trust in the people that shouldn't an outbreak. Now be slightly easier because there isn't last a functioning vaccine. Well, maybe this is what easier looks like so one hundred thirty thousand people pretty much have been vaccinated low to those people wouldn't hospitals healthcare workers, people going out into the community, but the rest of them, what happens is, when someone is infected, then you go. Who've you been in touch with who've you been in contact with, and then you vaccinate in a ring around those all those contacts. Now, there is no doubt that without a vaccine, there would have been significantly more cases of voter in this epidemic would have been significantly harder to do with and given the level of mistrust half people agree to be vaccinated. In terms of the people who are offered advancing ninety percent say, yes, let's get you ten percent of people who are still refusing the vaccine, and that's the bit to show. And people in the region are still working on given the way that this is spreading. How real do you think is the threat is going to go beyond the borders of the DRC, the geographic area where you're seeing cases is starting to shrink now but this is a numbers game. The more cases of voter. There are in DRC, the greater the risk of that being more cases elsewhere in the world James gala this week, started on a positive note, for Pakistan with the arrival after eleven years of appreciate always flight from London. It's the first westerner airline to resume flights to Islam. Bad. They were suspended after a devastating bomb attack on the Marriott hotel in which more than fifty people died. So what prompted British Airways to resume the surface and will others follow suit questions. I put to the BBC's pot Java in Islamabad. It is mainly because of the security situation in the country, which has been visibly changed, and improved over the past few years. If you compare it with that of two thousand eight or the first decade of the century when these operations and services were halted so security situation has improved, especially in the cities. And also, we have another thing we have a new Islamabad airport, which meets international standards, especially when it comes to security, too far more secure now. Spill people say that a lot to be done security forces needs to be more vigilant as we have seen just few weeks back there with an attack at a hotel and gather in Balochistan. How big a morale those two is for the ordinary Pakistani to see British Airways flying back into about again. Well, it is quite big. Big not only for the ordinary Pakistanis, but also for the government of Pakistan, and they all sound very hopeful, for example, minister for evaluation told BBC that now some other European airlines have also come forward and talks going on for resuming, their operations in the country, and also some Middle East Airlines, and many other had already started their operation. They have resumed their operations in Pakistan, but to engage western and European market, it was a big big step forward for Pakistan, and Pakistanis in seems that this opportunity to attract others won't be missed by the government as well. Other other things, do you think we're Pakistan has been excluded where we might see change? I'm thinking about things like international cricket tournaments and matches for example, which is hit people very hard. It was not the airlines only terrorism took away many things from the country. Be it a growing economy or sports, like cricket. But in past few years, ES, Pakistanis have witnessed a big change, internally, and now it seems that there is an open. Coming up for foreign investment businesses and sports, even you're sounding very optimistic. And I can see, of course, the government Imran Khan is very keen to give a sense that Pakistan is open for business. Again, Pakistan is safe again. How realistic is that though? Do you really think international investment will come floating in there to opinions government of taking it all very seriously? But analysts do say that the government needs to do more it needs to take some very important steps to encourage investors businessmen and such other communities and entities to come to Pakistan, and it requires not only longterm peace. But also, they need to have better ties with its neighbours, like for instance India the country as well. And also mankind needs to come up with some very clear policies. Critics say that Iran is eager to find a solution to this problem, but he has not come with a very solid plan. So we don't see anything like, well planned policies for demanding for years of mankind government as to how the country. We will move forward on economic front fought jarred, the world marked to historic anniversaries this week and they couldn't have been more different. Western leaders honored veterans of Tita seventy five years ago when American British and Canadian forces landed in northern France to begin retaking western Europe from Nazi Germany in China. It was the thirtieth anniversary of another turning point the violent crackdown on pro-democracy protests in TNN square. Tens of thousands gathered in Hong Kong to bear witness, official China stayed silent continuing its policy of airbrushing Tianmen from history, James miles now that China editor, the economist magazine was a BBC correspondent in Beijing at the time he witnessed the violence firsthand and has been tracking ever since its impact on China. Can it really be true that Chinese people have largely? Forgotten about men, many of them weren't even alive, thirty years ago when martial law troops on the way towards the square massacred hundreds, if not thousands of unarmed, civilians, many of us who were there, I recall, the years since then as a time of remarkable change in China that changes some say, has largely been for the good never have so many Chinese enjoyed so much prosperity. There are many tens of thousands of people who lost friends, and loved ones that night, whose lives were blighted by ten but the communist party has bullied and intimidated, most of them into silence this year on June. The fourth the anniversary of the bloodshed, it's safe to say that many of the visitors to the vast plaza in Beijing had no idea why that day was important. But this is misleading Timmerman nine thousand nine hundred nine still has a powerful resonance in China. That's something I know from having witness those extraordinary, fifty one days of pro democracy. Protests that engulfed the capitals and sweat the rest of the country as a BBC journalist covering the unrest. I saw how it drew in people from all walks of life. Not just students, but workers in state-owned companies journalists from the party's own media, even uniformed police. Many of today's high ranking officials may seem in lockstep with the party, but at least some of them will remember how thirty years ago, they share that these a bit of sympathy with the protesters like me, they'll vividly. Remember the horrors of that night, when it all ended in Beijing the wailing of ambulance sirens, the crackle of gunfire the shock the rage, the despair, and don't forget that many members of the party elite had a ringside view their apartments, overlooked, one of the bloodiest. Means at Mucci.

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"islamabad airport" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"islamabad airport" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"This morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. Will we all know how frustrating a cancel flight can be. But we also know there are probably better ways to channel our anger than this. A man was recorded trying to burn his luggage because he was reportedly upset after his Pakistan International Airlines flight was canceled due to bad weather. According to Fox News, the man place his clothes on the floor at Islamabad airport, and then proceeded to set them on fire using one piece of clothing to try and like the others the clothing started to smoke before airport security stopped him. The man is seen trying to thwart the security team's efforts. You put out the fire by kicking them away thankful. The thankfully, the civil aviation authority firefighters put out the fire before it could spread according to the Daily Mail. The man was enraged by his traveling troubles. Versus flight was delayed for technical issues issues before ultimately being canceled because of the weather, and of course, we talk about this this week because lots of. People are planning to fly civil lesson to everyone. Let's wits about us and keep calm in the face of adversity. If we can't. I mean, some cultures are just remarkably different than those in the US dealing with anger. We to set your stuff Laura just the use of fire sometime. Right anger. Right, man. Right. And the idea that he actually kind of managed to get it. Go in four Security Council. Something which we probably wouldn't see here. I don't think it normally we'd we'd have a freakout moment captured on YouTube by somebody's cell phone in with angry passengers berating some gate attendant of some kind because he can't get the flight and revoked, but that's that's next level stuff. So let's keep our wits about us. This week is to the airport. And sometimes Gordon, you know, you got to celebrate the little things that's especially true of your college football team is about to play Alabama. And you're a nearly fifty five point underdog. That's what the citadel was facing when they traveled to Tuscaloosa on Saturday. So it may come as no surprise that. They were happy to take any victory. They could get even if it had nothing to do with them wasting no time after winning the opening coin flip the citadel football Twitter accounts. We doubt in all caps. We beat Bama that might have sent heart's racing for some who didn't read further into the tweet when they made sure to clarify that. It was just the coin toss dropping in a hashtag beat Bama. And while they did. It beat Bama. The citadel did keep a close for a while planning to attend ten halftime tie before the crimson Tyrol. The BULLDOGS in the second half eventually winning the game fifty two seventeen but ten ten at halftime. I mean, that's that's worth a worth another tweet for sure. Even at the the the game where I was working this weekend to West Point. Yes. When that went up on the scoreboard that elicited a lot of responses. The crowd on that a typo or what's happening here. People quickly, you know, on their phones, the we'll checking to make sure that was real as it turned out the only lost by thirty three. Right. Even come close to that fifty five points that they were they were back if you're a betting man, he took the citadel in the points. Yeah. You did. All right, there you go. About that ten ten at the half. And the coach at halftime is saying, okay, we're not going to discuss the second half strategy. We're going to do is pray for rain, right and hopes that this gets canceled and the officials called a draw. Right. Unfortunately, the second half was played doesn't work that way in Alabama apparently made some adjustments. Thanks, Mike, thirteen minutes now.

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"islamabad airport" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"islamabad airport" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"So you know, you can listen at home by telling Alexa play on iheartradio. Yeah. Enjoy the stimulation. Joining us. Welcome into Monday beyond the headlines now, this morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. Well, we all know how frustrating cancel flight can be. But we also know there are probably better ways to channel our anger than this. A man was recorded trying to burn his luggage because he was reportedly upset after his Pakistan International Airlines flight was canceled due to bad weather. According to Fox News, the man places clothes on the floor at Islamabad airport, and then proceeded to set them on fire using one piece of clothing to try and like the others the clothing started to smoke before airport security stopped him. The man is seen trying to thwart the security team's efforts. You put out the fire by kicking them away thankful. The thankfully, the civil aviation authority firefighters put out the fire before it could spread according to the Daily Mail. The man was enraged by his traveling troubles. Versus flight was delayed for technical issues issues before ultimately being canceled. Because of the weather, and of course, we talk about this this week because lots of people are planning to fly a civil lesson to everyone. Let's kind of our wits about us and keep calm in the face of adversity. If we can I mean, some cultures are just remarkably different than those in the US dealing with anger to set your stuff, Laura just the use of fire some time. Right anger. Right, man. Right. And the idea that he actually kind of managed to get it going. Four security down here. This is something which we probably wouldn't see here. I don't think it normally we'd we'd have a freakout moment captured on YouTube by somebody's cell phone angry passengers berating some gate attendant of some kind because he can't get the flight. But that's that's next level stuff. So let's keep our wits about us. This week is to the airport. And sometimes Gordon, you know, you got to celebrate the little things that's especially true of your college football team is about to play Alabama. And you're in nearly fifty five point underdog. That's what the citadel was facing when they traveled to Tuscaloosa on Saturday. So it may come as no surprise that. They were happy to take any victory. They could get even if it had nothing to do with them wasting no time after winning. The opening coin flip the citadel football Twitter account tweeted out in all caps. We beat Bama. That might have sent heart's racing for some who didn't read further into the tweets when they made sure to clarify that. It was just the coin toss dropping in a hashtag beat Bama. And while they did not beat Bama. The citadel did keep a close for a while playing to attend ten halftime tie before the crimson tide. Roll the BULLDOGS in the second half eventually winning the game fifty two seventeen but ten attendant halftime. I mean, that's that's worth a that's worth another tweet for sure. Even at the the the game where I was working this weekend to West Point. Yes. And that went up on the scoreboard that elicited a lot of responses. In the crowd on that typo or what's happening people quickly, you know, on their phones. We'll check in and make sure that was real as it turned out. The only lost by thirty three isn't even come close to that fifty five points that they were they were unrealistic back if you were a betting man, he took the citadel in the points. Yeah. You did. All right, there you go. What about that? Ten ten at the half. And the coach at halftime saying, okay, we're not going to discuss the second half strategy where we're going to do is pray for rain, right and hopes that this gets canceled and the officials called a draw the strategy. Unfortunately, the second half was pleasant work that way in Alabama apparently made some adjustments. Thanks, Mike, thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's first news..

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"islamabad airport" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"islamabad airport" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Now, this morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. Will we all know how frustrating a cancel flight can be. But we also know there are probably better ways to channel our anger than this. A man was recorded trying to burn his luggage because he was reportedly upset after his Pakistan International Airlines flight was canceled due to bad weather. According to Fox News, the man places clothes on the floor at Islamabad airport, and then proceeded to set them on fire using one piece of clothing to try and like the others the clothing started to smoke before airport. Security stopped him demand is seen trying to thwart the security team's efforts. You put out the fire by kicking them away thankful. The thankfully, the civil aviation authority firefighters put out the fire before it could spread Cording to the Daily Mail. The man was enraged by his traveling troubles. I was delayed for technical issues issues before ultimately being canceled because of the weather, and of course, we talk about this this week because lots of. People claiming to fly a civil lesson to everyone. Let's of wits about us and keep calm in the face of adversity. If we can I mean, some cultures are just remarkably different than those US dealing with anger. We to set your stuff, Laura. Victor just the use of fire some time. Right anger. Right, man. Right. And the idea that he actually kind of managed to get it going for security down. Here is something which we probably wouldn't see here. I don't think it normally we'd we'd have a freakout moment captured on YouTube by somebody's cell phone angry passengers berating some gate attendant of some kind because he can't get the flight. But that's that's next level stuff. So let's say all keep our wits about us this week as we head to the airport. And sometimes Gordon, you know, you got to celebrate the little things that's especially true of your college football team is about to play Alabama. And you're a nearly fifty five point underdog. That's what the citadel was facing when they traveled to Tuscaloosa on Saturday. So it may come as no surprise that. They were happy to take any victory. They could. Get even if it had nothing to do with them wasting no time after winning the opening coin flip the citadel football Twitter accounts weed out in all caps, we beat Bama that might have sent heart's racing for some who didn't read further into the tweet when they made sure to clarify that. It was just the coin toss dropping in a hashtag beat Bama. And while they did not beat Bama. The citadel did keep a close for a while playing to a ten ten halftime tie before the crimson Tyrol the BULLDOGS in the second half eventually winning the game fifty two seventeen but ten ten at halftime. I mean, that's that's worth a that's worth another tweet for sure. Even at the the the game where I was working this weekend to West Point. Yes. That went up on the scoreboard that elicited a lot of responses. In the crowd on that typo what's happening here. People quickly, you know, on their phones. We'll check to make sure that was real as it turned out. The only lost by thirty three didn't even come close to that fifty five points that they were they were unrealistic back if you were a betting man, he took the citadel in the points. You did. All right, there you go about that ten ten at the half and the coach at halftime of saying. Okay. We're not going to discuss the second half strategy where we're going to do is pray for rain, right and hopes that this gets canceled and the officials called a draw the strategy. Unfortunately, the second half was play doesn't work that way in Alabama apparently made some adjustments. Thanks, Mike, thirteen minutes.

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"islamabad airport" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"islamabad airport" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Falls, plus working the state of Wisconsin one customer at a time. Joining us. Welcome into Monday beyond the headlines now, this morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. What we all know how frustrating cancel flight can be. But we also know there are probably better ways to channel our anger than this man was recorded trying to burn his luggage because he was reportedly upset after his Pakistan International Airlines flight was canceled due to bad weather. According to Fox News, the man place his clothes on the floor at Islamabad airport, and then proceeded to set them on fire using one piece of clothing to try and like the others the clothing started to smoke before airport security stopped him the menacing trying to thwart the security team's efforts. You put out the fire by kicking them away thankful the daily the civil aviation authority. Firefighters put out the fire before it could spread according to the Daily Mail. The man was enraged by his traveling troubles. I his flight was delayed for technical issues do issues before ultimately being canceled because of the weather enforce me talk about this this week because. Lots of people are planning to fly a civil lesson to everyone. Let's make our wits about us and keep calm in the face of adversity. If we can't. I mean, some cultures are just remarkably different than those in the US dealing with anger. We set your stuff Laura just the use of fire some time. Right anger. Right, man. Right. And the idea that he actually kind of managed to get it going for security him. We probably wouldn't see here. I don't think it normally we'd we'd have a freakout moment captured on YouTube by somebody's cell phone and would right angry passengers berating some gate attendant of some kind because he can't get the flight. That's that's next level stuff. So let's keep our wits about us. This week is to the airport. And sometimes Gordon, you know, you got to celebrate the little things that's especially true of your college football team is about to play Alabama. And you're in nearly fifty five point underdog. That's what the citadel was facing when they traveled to Tuscaloosa on Saturday. So it may come as no surprise that. They were happy to take any victory. They could get even if it had nothing to do with them wasting no time after winning. The opening coin flip the citadel football Twitter account tweeted out in all caps. We beat Bama. That might have sent heart's racing for some who didn't read further into the tweet when they made sure to clarify that. It was just the coin toss dropping in a hashtag beat Bama. And while they did not beat Bama. The citadel did keep a close for a while playing to attend ten halftime tie before the crimson tide. Roll the BULLDOGS in the second half eventually winning the game fifty two seventeen but ten ten at halftime. I mean, that's that's worth a that's worth another tweet for sure. Even at the the game or I was working this weekend to West Point. Yes. And that went up on the scoreboard that elicited a lot of responses. In the crowd on that typo or what's happening hearing people quickly, you know, on their phones double checking to make sure that was real as the only lost by thirty three. Right. Even come close to that fifty five points that they were they were if you were a betting man, he took the citadel and the points you did. All right. About that ten ten at the half. And the coach at halftime is saying, okay, we're not going to discuss the second half strategy where we're going to do is pray for rain right in hopes that this gets canceled and the officials called a drop strategy there. Unfortunately, the second half was played doesn't work that way in Alabama apparently made some adjustments next. My thirteen.

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"islamabad airport" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"islamabad airport" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Joining us. Welcome into Monday beyond the headlines now, this morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. What we all know how frustrating cancel flight can be. But we also know they're probably better ways to channel our anger than this. A man was recorded trying to burn his luggage because he was reportedly upset after his Pakistan International Airlines flight was canceled due to bad weather. According to Fox News, the man places clothes on the floor at Islamabad airport, and then proceeded to set them on fire using one piece of clothing to try and like the others the clothing started to smoke before airport security stopped him. The man is seen trying to thwart security teams efforts. You put out the fire by kicking them away thankful. The thankfully, the civil aviation authority firefighters put out the fire before it could spread according to the Daily Mail. The man was enraged by his traveling troubles. Versus flight was delayed for technical issues issues before ultimately being canceled because of the weather, and of course, we talk about this this week. Because lots of people are planning to fly civil lesson to everyone. Let's star wits about us and keep calm in the face of adversity. If we can I mean, some cultures are just remarkably different than those in the US dealing with anger. We to set your stuff, Laura just the use of fire some time. Right anger. Right, man. Right. And the idea that he actually of managed to get it going for security, which is something which we probably wouldn't see here. I don't think it normally we'd we'd have a freakout moment captured on YouTube by somebody's cell phone with angry passengers berating some gate attendant of some kind because he can't get the flight, and who that's next level stuff. So let's say all keep our wits about us. This week is to the airport. And sometimes Gordon, you know, you got to celebrate the little things that's especially true of your college football team is about to play Alabama. And you're in nearly fifty five point underdog. That's what the citadel was facing when they traveled to Tuscaloosa on Saturday. So it may come as no surprise that. They were happy to take any. Victory. They could get even if it had nothing to do with them wasting no time after winning. The opening coin flip the citadel football Twitter account tweeted out in all caps. We beat Bama. That might have sent heart's racing for some who didn't read further into the tweets when they made sure to clarify that. It was just the coin toss dropping in a hashtag beat Bama. And while they did not beat Bama. The citadel did keep a close for a while playing to attend ten halftime tie before the crimson tide. The BULLDOGS in the second half eventually winning the game fifty two seventeen but ten attendant halftime. I mean, that's that's worth a that's worth another tweet for sure. Even at the the the game where I was working this weekend to West Point. Yes. When that went up on the scoreboard that elicited a lot of responses. In the crowd on that typo what's happening here. People quickly, you know, on their phones checking to make sure that was real as it turned the only lost by thirty three isn't even come close to that fifty five points that they were they were unrealistic back if you were a betting man, he took the citadel in the points. He did. All right, there, you go about that ten ten at the half and the coach at halftime is saying, okay, we're not going to discuss the second half strategy. We're going to do is pray for rain right in hopes that this gets canceled and the officials called a draw the strategy. Unfortunately, the second half was played doesn't work that way in Alabama apparently made some adjustments. Thanks, Mike, thirteen minutes now in front of the hour.

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"islamabad airport" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"islamabad airport" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington i'm barbara klein north korean leader kim jong un and south korean president moon jae in has scheduled a summit on april twentyseventh their first direct meeting it'll be the third time leaders of the two koreas have met in the sixty five years since the korean war ended the us says it's putting a cap on its contribution to un peacekeeping operations us ambassador to the un nikki haley told the security council yesterday all members have to step up moving forward the united states well not pay more than twenty five percent of the peacekeeping budget this is a cap required by us law we pledged to work with member states and the organization to ensure we make this adjustment and a fair and sensible manner that protects you peacekeeping even a twenty five percent the us is the largest contributor the obe obama administration had also trimmed contributions president trump says he's nominating the white house physician dr ronnie jackson to become the next secretary of veterans affairs after he ousted david schulkin yesterday jackson has served as the personal doctor to the past three presidents nobel prize peace prize winner malala yousafzai has returned to her native pakistan for the first time since taliban militants shot in the head more than five years ago from islam about the bbc's ghandour kirmani reports malala yousafzai arrived at islamabad airport in the early hours of thursday morning alongside have parents it's believed she will spend four days in pakistan when she was just fifteen years old the baucus donnie donavan attempted to kill her because she'd been writing a blog about life under their rule in the northern swat valley she was taken to britain for treatment and has been living there ever since madonna use of size return has caused excitement amongst many pakistan is the country has seen levels of violence drastically reduced in recent years uber has reached a settlement with the family.

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"islamabad airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"islamabad airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good morning edition from npr news david shokhin was popular with veterans but he faced questions about misuse of government resources i'm david grain and i'm no l king russia's president vladimir putin is facing two crises outrage over the deaths of sixty four people in a shopping mall fire and the expulsion of russian officials from nearly two dozen countries in western mexico three young film students were ducted by men dress estate police it's arch fear and anger and the dallas suburbs may be experiencing a political shift it's thursday march twenty ninth actress lucy lawless is fifty today the news is next live from npr news in washington i'm barbara klein north korean leader kim jong un and south korean president moon jae in has scheduled a summit on april twentyseventh their first direct meeting it'll be the third time leaders of the two koreas have met in the sixty five years since the korean war ended the us says it's putting a cap on its contribution to un peacekeeping operations us ambassador to the un nikki haley told the security council yesterday all members have to step up moving forward the united states will not pay more than twenty five percent of the peacekeeping budget this is a cap required by us law we pledged to work with member states and the organization to ensure we make this adjustment in a fair and sensible manner that protects u n peacekeeping even at twenty five percent the us is the law largest contributor the obama administration had also trimmed contributions president trump says he's nominating the white house physician dr ronnie jackson to become the next secretary of veterans affairs after he ousted david schulkin yesterday jackson has served as the personal doctor to the past three presidents nobel prize peace prize winner malala yousafzai has returned to her native pakistan for the first time since taliban militants shot her in the head more than five years ago from a slama by the bbc's surrender karmani reports malala yousafzai arrived at islamabad airport in the early hours of those day morning alongside have parents it's believed she will spend four days in pakistan when she was just fifteen years old the baucus john donavan attempted to kill her because she'd been writing a blog about life under their rule in the northern swat valley she was taken to britain for treatment and has been living there ever since manala size return has caused excitement amongst many pakistanis.

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"islamabad airport" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"islamabad airport" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from the UPS store. Who knows that small business owners can't afford to take days off. So they'll be open to on March. Thirtieth and thirty. First for all your small business needs visit the UPS store dot com for details. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein, North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon and South Korean president moon Jae in has scheduled a summit on April twenty seventh, their first direct meeting. It'll be the third time leaders of the two Koreas have met in the sixty five years since the Korean war ended. The US says it's putting a cap on its contribution to U N peacekeeping operations US ambassador to the UN. Nikki Haley told the Security Council yesterday, all members have to step up moving forward. The United States will not pay more than twenty five percent of the peacekeeping budget. This is a cap required by US law. We pledge to work with Member States and the organization to ensure we make this adjustment in a fair and sensible manner that protects UN peacekeeping even twenty five percent. The US is the largest contributor the Obama. Obama administration had also trimmed contributions. President Trump says, he's nominating the White House physician Dr. Ronnie Jackson to become the next secretary of veterans affairs after he ousted. David Schulkin yesterday, Jackson has served as the personal doctor to the past three presidents Nobel prize peace prize winner. Malala Yousafzai has returned to her native Pakistan for the first time since Taliban militants shot her in the head more than five years ago from his Lama Bob, the BBC's Ghandour Karmani reports monalisa Cy arrived at Islamabad airport in the early hours of Thursday morning, an onside, her parents. It's believed she will spend four days in Pakistan when she was just fifteen years old. The Baucus Donnie donavan attempted to kill her because she'd been writing a blog about life under their rule in the northern swat valley. She was taken to Britain for treatment and has been living there ever since Milano use of size return as. Caused excitement amongst many buckets. Tanis the country has seen levels of violence drastically reduce. In recent years. Uber has reached a settlement with the family of a woman killed by one of the companies driverless vehicles as Jimmy Jenkins have member station K J Z Z reports the car was on a test run when it hit a pedestrian who Hertzberg was struck and killed by self-driving SUV. Earlier this month, video of the accident shows Hertzberg emerging from the darkness split seconds before the crash, an attorney for the victims. Family confirmed, Wednesday evening settlement has been reached earlier this week, governor Doug Ducey instructed the department of transportation to suspend Uber's ability to test driverless cars on public roadways in ARizona who says their cars remain grounded and they are working with Tempe police as well as federal officials. The National Transportation Safety board says its investigation into the accident will take twelve to fourteen months for NPR news. I'm Jimmy Jenkins in Tempe, ARizona. This is NPR. A funeral is being held in Sacramento today for twenty two year olds. Stefan Clark, an unarmed. Black man killed by police eleven days ago. More protests are expected today in Canada. The man who fatally shot six people at a mosque and Quebec City. A year ago is apologizing for his actions. Dan carpenter reports. The suspect also denies being a terrorist twenty-eight-year-old Alexander Beason that asked for forgiveness saying every minute he bitterly regrets his actions for the Livesey destroyed as well as a pain and suffering. He caused even to members of his own family beset read out a letter in court after a judge accepted his guilty plea on six charges of first degree murder as well as six of attempted murder in denying he was a terrorist Bissonnette city was someone overcome by fear and despair, but many in the Muslim community was skeptical saying, they still want answers about why the mass shooting happened beset could face consecutive life terms amounting to one hundred and fifty years in. Prison. A sentencing hearing begins in about two weeks for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter in Toronto in Paris last evening and outbursts of anger at what was supposed to be a silent March to honor an eighty five year old woman who was stabbed to death Friday in an alleged anti semitic attack. Crowds shouted at far right leader marine Le Pen who showed up for the rally. They wanted her to leave a far left leader heard the same message. The woman who was killed had survived Nazi roundups of Jews in World War Two. I'm Barbara Klein NPR news in Washington.

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"islamabad airport" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"islamabad airport" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Place to kenyan opposition figure mukunda kunai says he was drugged and injured when the authorities forced him onto a plane as he was deported to dubai kenya's interior minister the inspector general of police and the head of immigration were convicted of contempt of court on wednesday for ignoring orders to release mr medina from nairobi alastair lee ted magoo magoo was arrested in february after taking part in a mock swearing in opposition leader reiller a dingo as the people's president following the disputed elections kenyan officials then deported the outspoken lawyer to canada saying he didn't have kenyan citizenship the guna magoo nick claims to have jewel citizenship and he returned to kenya this week after a court reaffirmed he should be allowed to return but he wasn't allowed through immigration and was held in custody aside while an attempt was made to force him onto a flight he now claims to have been beaten drugged and put on a plane to do by against his will the nobel peace prize winner malala say has returned to pakistan for the first time since being shot by taliban militants nearly six years ago so come on reports malala yousafzai arrived at islamabad airport in the early hours of thursday morning alongside her parents it's believed she will spend four days in pakistan and is due to meet the prime minister today when she was just fifteen years old the baucus donnie taliban attempted to kill her because she'd been writing a blog about life under their rule in the northern swat valley she was taken to britain for treatment and has been living there ever since malala use of size return has caused excitement amongst many pakistan is the country has seen levels of violence drastically reduced in recent years the south korean news agency says president moon jae in will meet the north korean leader kim jong un on april the twenty seventh the day it was announced after officials held talks in the border village of pamunjom they're also considering an agenda for the meeting which could prepare the ground for proposed talks with president trump it comes a day after news emerged of discussions between mr kim and the chinese president xi jinping world news from the.

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"islamabad airport" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"islamabad airport" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To nairobi airport where medina medina was being held to serve court papers on the police ordering his release mr hombre taste that they were also attacked on hearing this mr goon unlock the door the room where he was being held you hoped his dog they broke the door down there ought to be injected him on the wrist and also on the chest and took him to the flight deal that ends i'm sure canadian officials in into by have actually taken into for treatment using timmy administer the inspector general a penny sound the head of immigration a convicted of content of couse on wednesday for knowing orders to release mr medina that you to be sentenced today the nobel peace prize winner malala yousafzai has returned to pakistan for the first time since being shot by taliban militants nearly six years ago sickened kamani reports malala yousafzai arrived at islamabad airport in the early hours of thursday morning alongside had parents it's believed she will spend four days in pakistan and is due to meet the prime minister today when she was just fifteen years old the pakistani taliban attempted to kill her because she'd been writing a blog about life under their rule in the northern swat valley she was taken to britain for treatment and has been living there ever since malala yousafzai return has caused excitement amongst many buckets sonny's the country has seen levels of violence drastically reduce in recent years the south korean news agency says president moon jaein will meet the north korean leader kim jong un on april the twenty seventh the date was announced after officials from north and south korea held talks in the border village of pamunjom also considering an agenda for the meeting which could prepare the ground for proposed talks with president trump it comes a day after news emerged of discussions between mr kim and the chinese president xi jinping you're listening to the latest world news from the bbc a judge in new york has ruled that saudi arabia must face lawsuits over the nine eleven attacks in the united states saudi arabia had argued there was no evidence for claims by victims that riyadh at help plan the hijacked plane attacks but judge george daniels ruled that the allegations had a a reasonable basis under a twenty sixteen us antiterrorism law the british prime minister is touring.

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