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Fresh update on "islamic state group" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

01:48 sec | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "islamic state group" discussed on AP News Radio

"Burkina fossa is government denies an army takeover after heavy gunfire was reported in the capital gunshots rang through military base in Ouagadougou early Sunday prompting fears of a coup attempt after weeks of tension and the capital over the government's handling of an Islamic insurgency this comes a day after citizens protest it for president rock Marc Christian couple or its resignation as a top selling to all K. eat up and the Islamic state group have been rising government spokesman all goes to my ego like knowledge of gunfire but it's not a military takeover of the country's defense minister has confirmed that the president is safe and has not been detained I'm a we shot in Burkina fossa its government denies an army takeover after heavy gunfire was reported in the capital gunshots rang through military base in Ouagadougou early Sunday prompting fears of a coup attempt after weeks of tension and the capital over the government's handling of an Islamic insurgency this comes a day after citizens protest it for president rock Marc Christian couple or its resignation as a top selling to all K. eat up and the Islamic state group have been rising government spokesman Alka sue my he got IT knowledge to gunfire but it's not a military takeover of the country's defense minister has confirmed that the president is safe and has not been detained I'm a Machon in Burkina fossa is government denies an army takeover after heavy gunfire was reported in the capital gunshots rang through military base in Ouagadougou early Sunday prompting fears of a coup attempt after weeks of tension and the capital over the government's handling of an Islamic insurgency this comes a day after citizens protest it for president rock Marc Christian couple or its resignation as a top selling to all K. eat up and the Islamic state group have been rising government spokesman all goes to my ego like knowledge of gunfire but it's not a military takeover of the country's defense minister has confirmed that the price Burkina fossa is government denies an army takeover after heavy gunfire was reported in the capital gunshots rang through military base in Ouagadougou early Sunday prompting fears of a coup attempt after weeks of tension and the capital over the government's handling of an Islamic insurgency this comes a day after citizens protest it for president rock Marc Christian couple or its resignation as a top selling to all K. eat up and the Islamic state group have been rising government spokesman all goes to my ego like knowledge of gunfire but it's not a military takeover of the country's defense minister has confirmed that the president is safe and has not been detained I'm a we shot in Burkina fossa its government denies an army takeover after heavy gunfire was reported in the capital gunshots rang through military base in Ouagadougou early Sunday prompting fears of a coup attempt after weeks of tension and the capital over the government's handling of an Islamic insurgency this comes a day after citizens protest it for president rock Marc Christian couple or its resignation as a top selling to all K. eat up and the Islamic state group have been rising government spokesman Alka sue my he got IT knowledge to gunfire but it's not a military takeover of the country's defense minister has confirmed that the president is safe and has not been detained I'm a Machon in Burkina fossa is government denies an army takeover after heavy gunfire was reported in the capital gunshots rang through military base in Ouagadougou early Sunday prompting fears of a coup attempt after weeks of tension and the capital over the government's handling of an Islamic insurgency this comes a day after citizens protest it for president rock Marc Christian couple or its resignation as a top selling to all K. eat up and the Islamic state group have been rising government spokesman all goes to my ego like knowledge of gunfire but it's not a military takeover of the country's defense minister has confirmed that the price Burkina fossa is government denies an army takeover after heavy gunfire was reported in the capital gunshots rang through military base in Ouagadougou early Sunday prompting fears of a coup attempt after weeks of tension and the capital over the government's handling of an Islamic insurgency this comes a day after citizens protest it for president rock Marc Christian couple or its resignation as a top selling to all K. eat up and the Islamic state group have been rising government spokesman all goes to my ego like knowledge of gunfire but it's not a military takeover of the country's defense minister has confirmed that the president is safe and has not been detained I'm a we shot in Burkina fossa its government denies an army takeover after heavy gunfire was reported in the capital gunshots rang through military base in Ouagadougou early Sunday prompting fears of a coup attempt after weeks of tension and the capital over the government's handling of an Islamic insurgency this comes a day after citizens protest it for president rock Marc Christian couple or its resignation as a top selling to all K. eat up and the Islamic state group have been rising government spokesman Alka sue my he got IT knowledge to gunfire but it's not a military takeover of the country's defense minister has confirmed that the president is safe and has not been detained I'm a Machon in Burkina fossa is government denies an army takeover after heavy gunfire was reported in the capital gunshots rang through military base in Ouagadougou early Sunday prompting fears of a coup attempt after weeks of tension and the capital over the government's handling of an Islamic insurgency this comes a day after citizens protest it for president rock Marc Christian couple or its resignation as a top selling to all K. eat up and the Islamic state group have been rising government spokesman all goes to my ego like knowledge of gunfire but it's not a military takeover of the country's defense minister has confirmed that the price Burkina fossa is government denies an army takeover after heavy gunfire was reported in the capital gunshots rang through military base in Ouagadougou early Sunday prompting fears of a coup attempt after weeks of tension and the capital over the government's handling of an Islamic insurgency this comes a day after citizens protest it for president rock Marc Christian couple or its resignation as a top selling to all K. eat up and the Islamic state group have been rising government spokesman all goes to my ego like knowledge of gunfire but it's not a military takeover of the country's defense minister has confirmed that the president is safe and has not been detained I'm a we shot in Burkina fossa its government denies an army takeover after heavy gunfire was reported in the capital gunshots rang through military base in Ouagadougou early Sunday prompting fears of a coup attempt after weeks of tension and the capital over the government's handling of an Islamic insurgency this comes a day after citizens protest it for president rock Marc Christian couple or its resignation as a top selling to all K. eat up and the Islamic state group have been rising government spokesman Alka sue my he got IT knowledge to gunfire but it's not a military takeover of the country's defense minister has confirmed that the president is safe and has not been detained I'm a Machon in Burkina fossa is government denies an army takeover after heavy gunfire was reported in the capital gunshots rang through military base in Ouagadougou early Sunday prompting fears of a coup attempt after weeks of tension and the capital over the government's handling of an Islamic insurgency this comes a day after citizens protest it for president rock Marc Christian couple or its resignation as a top selling to all K. eat up and the Islamic state group have been rising government spokesman all goes to my ego like knowledge of gunfire 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"islamic state group" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on AP News

"Flow from these recent burn scars wind damage like we bring down trees cause power outages I'm Ben Thomas AP news Taliban and the health officials say a roadside bombing targeting a Taliban vehicle in eastern Afghanistan has killed at least two civilians including a child according to police chief two bombs detonated as a Taliban vehicle was passing by killing one child no Taliban fighters were harmed a local hospital official said two bodies in four wounded civilians were transferred to the hospital after the attack No one immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing in eastern Nangarhar province However the Islamic State group has launched frequent attacks their targeting the Taliban New Jersey's decidedly liberal shift under its first term democratic governor Phil Murphy faces a political test as he squares off against Republican challenger Jack chiarelli Under Murphy there's now paid sick leave taxpayer funded community college and legalized recreational marijuana his agenda will be on the ballot November 2nd and history isn't necessarily on his side The state hasn't reelected a democratic governor for decades We're taking nothing for granted I mean the history has proven that this can be a very fickle year in terms of politics And the New Jersey election is overwhelmingly either a referendum on or a reaction to the presidential that just came before A loss for Murphy would be shocking in a state that Biden won over Donald Trump by nearly 16.

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"islamic state group" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on AP News

"News Taliban and a health officials say a roadside bombing targeting a Taliban vehicle in the eastern Afghanistan has killed at least two civilians including a child according to police chief two bombs detonated as a Taliban vehicle was passing by killing one child no Taliban fighters were harmed A local hospital official said two bodies and four wounded civilians were transferred to the hospital after the attack No one immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing in eastern Nangarhar province However the Islamic State group has launched frequent attacks there targeting the Taliban New Jersey's decidedly liberal shift under its first term democratic governor Phil Murphy faces a political test as he squares off against Republican challenger Jack chitrali Under Murphy there's now paid sick leave taxpayer funded community college and legalized recreational marijuana his agenda will be on the ballot November 2nd and history isn't necessarily on his side The state hasn't reelected a democratic governor for decades We're taking nothing for granted I mean the history has proven that this can be a very fickle year in terms of politics So and the New Jersey election is is overwhelmingly either a referendum on or a reaction to the presidential that just came before A loss for Murphy would be shocking in a state that Biden won over Donald Trump by nearly 16 points Meanwhile citarella has to please moderate and traditional Republicans he supports abortion rights while backing fewer COVID restrictions I'm Julie Walker Saudi Aramco president and CEO Amin Nasser has announced the state owned oil company aims to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 And.

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Dozens killed in suicide attack at mosque in southern Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Dozens killed in suicide attack at mosque in southern Afghanistan

"The Islamic state group claimed responsibility for a deadly suicide bombing on a Shiite mosque in southern Afghanistan that killed forty seven people and wounded scores more relatives have laid the bodies of the victims to rest and called on the Taliban to protect them I said in a statement posted late Friday on social media the two of the group's members shot and killed security guards manning the entrance of the foot to my mosque in Kandahar province one detonated his explosives at the entrance of the mosque and the other inside ISIS news agency Amaq in a statement gave the names of the attackers who were both Afghan nationals I'm

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US vows to pay relatives of Afghans killed in drone strike

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

US vows to pay relatives of Afghans killed in drone strike

"The U. S. says it will pay relatives of Afghans killed in a drone strike in August Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said in a statement Friday the U. S. defense department will offer condolence payments to relatives of ten people killed in Afghanistan in an errant U. S. drone strike in Cabool on August twenty ninth the hellfire missile struck a car that it just pulled into a driveway of a family compound ten members of the family including seven children were killed the U. S. central command called the strike a tragic mistake Kirby says they're also working with the state department to help surviving family members relocate to the United States the U. S. military originally said it had targeted an Islamic state group facilitator but the Associated Press and other news organizations quickly reported that the driver of the targeted vehicle was a long time employee at a humanitarian organization Jennifer king Washington

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Taliban official: 100 dead or hurt after blast at Shiite mosque in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Taliban official: 100 dead or hurt after blast at Shiite mosque in Afghanistan

"The Taliban police official says a blast at the mosque packed with Shiite Muslim worshippers in northern Afghanistan has killed or injured over one hundred people the deputy police chief for condos province believes the majority of them have been killed in reference to the victims I think the attack may have been carried out by a suicide bomber who mingled among the worshippers inside the mosque there was no immediate claim of responsibility for the blast the militants from the Islamic state group have a long history of attacking Afghanistan's Shiite minority if confirmed a death toll of dozens will be the highest since US and NATO forces left Afghanistan at the end of August under

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Bomb targets mosque in Kabul, 'a number of civilians' dead

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Bomb targets mosque in Kabul, 'a number of civilians' dead

"The phone has gone off outside a mosque in the Afghan capital of Kabul in the aftermath of the blast a Taliban spokesman said a number of civilians had died from the explosion the bomb targeted a mosque where a memorial service for the mother of Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid heat was on the way No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack however since the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan in August Islamic state group attacks have increased the rise has raised the possibility of a wider conflict between the two extremist groups as the Islamic state considers the Taliban as an enemy I'm Karen Thomas

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Islamic State Militants Claim Attacks on Taliban

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Islamic State Militants Claim Attacks on Taliban

"The extremist Islamic state group has claimed responsibility for a series of deadly bombings targeting Taliban vehicles in eastern Afghanistan on the claim published late Sunday signals a growing threat to the Taliban by their long time rivals at least eight people including several Taliban fighters were killed in the attacks in the provincial city of Jalalabad an I. S. stronghold the Taliban now face major economic and security challenges in trying to govern Afghanistan on and I think separated campaign of I. S. attacks will further complicate those efforts both groups subscribe to a harsh interpretation of Islam but the Taliban have focused on taking control of the country well I. S. affiliates that on elsewhere cool the global jihad I'm Charles that's my

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Bombs Kill at Least 3 in Eastern Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Bombs Kill at Least 3 in Eastern Afghanistan

"A bomb has killed at least three people in eastern Afghanistan an injured around twenty witnesses say the series of free explosions have targeted Taliban vehicles in the capital of Afghanistan's eastern Nangarhar province no one's immediately taken responsibility for the attack but the increasingly violent Islamic state group affiliate is headquartered in the east and the enemies of Afghanistan's new Taliban rulers it wasn't immediately clear whether Taliban officials were among the dead and wounded also police officials say a sticky bomb a form of hand grenade was exploded in the capital Kabul wounding some people I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Ex-Jihadi Bride Asks UK for Forgiveness, Aims to Return Home

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Ex-Jihadi Bride Asks UK for Forgiveness, Aims to Return Home

"The British women who ran away to Syria as a teenager to join the Islamic state group says she is deeply sorry and would like to return to Britain show me my bacon was fifteen when she left to Syria with two other of his school friends in twenty fifteen she has said she married in I. F. member from the Netherlands and had three children one of whom have died Burgum has attempted to return to Britain but the British government revoked her citizenship on national security grounds she is pulled on successfully in the British schools to have a U. K. possible restored she now says in an ITV interview that she has changed and is appealing to Boris Johnson to forgive her and let her come home Karen Thomas London

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Pentagon Chief: Al-Qaida May Seek Comeback in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Pentagon Chief: Al-Qaida May Seek Comeback in Afghanistan

"The Pentagon's chief says al Qaeda may seek a come back in Afghanistan L. A. U. S. forces have left them the Taliban are again in power defense secretary Lloyd Austin says that's just the nature of all Qaeda and others like the Islamic state group they will always attempt to to find space to to grow and regenerate whether it's there whether it's in Somalia where the rich and any on any other on governor's race speaking to reporters as he ended a Persian Gulf states tour Austin says the U. S. is ready to prevent it all kind of come back and as war the Taliban not to again give the militant sanctuaries like they did before nine eleven Sager man Connie Washington

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"islamic state group" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"France has begun the trial of 20 men accused in the Islamic State Group's 2015 attacks on Paris. Left 130 people dead and hundreds injured. Correspondent Charles Gilad Asthma report on November 13 of that year, nine gunmen and suicide bombers struck within minutes of each other at France's National Soccer Stadium, the Bataclan concert hall and restaurants and cafes. Survivors of the attack, as well as those who mourn the dead are expected. To pack the court house rooms. The lone survivor of the extremist cell from that night seller of Islam is the key defendant among those being tried for the deadliest attack in France since World War two. He's the only one charged with murder. The same is network went on to strike Brussels months later, killing another 32 people. I'm Charles Asthma. More on these stories at town hall dot com. I'm Keith Peters in Washington WCBM Baltimore line of thunderstorms Marching in with a cold front coming from the Northwest from Prediction Center keeps his flag at risk for severe weather. The storms moving east and some of the moving Northeast 68 degrees are low Tonight. Early evening down four some packing a punch. There are flood watches up to our northeast. Thursday Cloudy, high 78 degrees Friday, Sunshine High of 80 and then mid and upper eighties coming in this weekend, some low nineties early next week. I'm Scott Lorrie Moore at the Weather Channel on talk radio. 6 80 wcbm, lawyer, musician and radio host. That's me, Tom more for sensible dialogue on the hottest issues those that matter most to you Join us for the Tom more shelf. 10 PM every Saturday, Right here on talk radio 6 80 w CBM, the views.

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Trial of 20 Men Accused in 2015 Paris Attacks Begins

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Trial of 20 Men Accused in 2015 Paris Attacks Begins

"Twenty men accused in the Islamic state group's twenty fifteen attacks on Paris the left one hundred thirty people dead and hundreds injured arm trial in the French capital of the twenty men charged only fourteen are appearing in court chief among them is on the on the slum who teaches call and a malfunctioning suicide vest and ultimately fled to hide out in his home town of Brussels he's the only one charged with murder of this long the first in alphabetical order was off to stand first to identify himself request you to state his profession of the slum said his ambition is to become a fighter for Islamic state five of the other six being tried in absentia are presumed dead the whereabouts of one man is unknown most of the defendants face a maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted of complicity in the attacks I'm Charles the last month

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Trial of 20 Men Accused in 2015 Paris Attacks To Begin

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Trial of 20 Men Accused in 2015 Paris Attacks To Begin

"In a secure complex embedded within a thirteenth century courthouse France will begin the trial of twenty men accused in the Islamic state group's twenty fifteen attacks on Paris the best one hundred fifty people dead and hundreds injured on November thirteenth of that year nine gunmen and suicide bombers struck within minutes of each other France's national soccer stadium the Bataclan concert hall and restaurants and cafes survivors of the attack as well as those who mourn the dead are expected to pack the courthouse rooms the lone survivor of the extremist cell from that night Salah Abdeslam is the key defendant among those being tried for the deadliest attack in France since World War two he's the only one charged with murder the same I. S. network went on to strike Brussels months later killing another thirty two people I'm Charles the last month

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New Zealand police kill 'terrorist' after he stabs 6 people

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 5 months ago

New Zealand police kill 'terrorist' after he stabs 6 people

"New Zealand authorities was so worried about an extremist inspired by global terror groups they were following him around the clock well able to shoot and kill him within sixty seconds of him unleashing a frenzied knife attack in a supermarket the terrorist is a SriLankan at national who arrived in New Zealand in October of two thousand and eleven he became a person of national security interest from two thousand and sixteen New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern describing the incident as a terror attack tells reporters the man was a she Lincoln national inspired by the Islamic state group who was under constant surveillance what happened today was despicable it was hateful it was wrong witnesses say the man shouted I'll walk up bar meaning god is great and started stopping random shoppers sending people running and screaming I'm Charles the list as my

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New Zealand Police Kill 'Violent Extremist' After He Stabs 6 in Supermarket Attack

The Briefing

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

New Zealand Police Kill 'Violent Extremist' After He Stabs 6 in Supermarket Attack

"Been a terror attack in new zealand overnight. An attacker inspired by the islamic state. Group stabbed six people at a supermarket in oakland police. Adam under surveillance. They shot the man dead within sixty seconds. Prime minister just inderal done. Said he was eight. Sri lankan national and on a terror

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Brit Charged in Terror Beheadings Scheduled to Plead Guilty

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 5 months ago

Brit Charged in Terror Beheadings Scheduled to Plead Guilty

"A British national accused of torturing and beheading American and European hostages in Syria is scheduled to enter a guilty plea in a U. S. courtroom this week Alexander Ayman Coty one of the four members of an Islamic state group cells referred to as the Beatles by their captives because of their British accents has filed a request to change his plea to guilty in a federal court just outside of Washington DC Cody and another suspect are being held in the U. S. charged with the deaths of American journalist James Foley and Steven Sotloff and aid workers Kayla Mueller and Peter kassig as well as other captives in twenty eighteen he told the Associated Press he thought the hostages deaths were a mistake I didn't see any benefit and that it was something that was sad and regrettable the other suspect reached a plea deal a third member of the group is jailed in Turkey and the fourth scene on graphic videos was killed in a drone strike in twenty fifteen Jackie Quinn Washington

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Blinken: Taliban Must Earn 'International Legitimacy and Support'

Chris Krok

01:04 min | 5 months ago

Blinken: Taliban Must Earn 'International Legitimacy and Support'

"Has pulled out of the last of its troops from Afghanistan. It officially ends America's longest war, the large scale evacuation of Americans. Citizens and Afghan allies from the Taliban controlled Afghanistan is also now ended. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken address the nation about the U. S message to the Taliban. The Taliban seeks international legitimacy and support. Our message is any legitimacy and any support will have to be earned. The Taliban can do that by meeting commitments and obligations on freedom of travel, respecting the basic rights of the Afghan people, including women and minorities, after a suicide attack claimed by Islamic state militants killed 13 U. S service members and more than 100. People total last week the U. S military carried out a drone strike Friday in Afghanistan that killed two high profile Islamic state group targets. US also carried out a defensive airstrike in Kabul on Sunday. Targeting is suspected Isis K bomber, the Plano Police Department and the

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US Military Flies out Evacuees in Waning Hours of Withdrawal

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

US Military Flies out Evacuees in Waning Hours of Withdrawal

"As America's longest war reaches its final hours the U. S. is focusing on evacuating the last of its citizens from Afghanistan in the past twenty four hours the White House says some twelve hundred people were flown out of Kabul as of yesterday it said about three hundred American citizens who wanted to leave were still there and getting them out was the priority before tomorrow's withdrawal deadline military flights continue in and out even after rocket fire targeted the airport and hit a neighborhood the Islamic state group's Afghan affiliate claimed responsibility Sager mag ani Washington

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Rockets Hit Neighborhood Near Kabul Airport Amid US Pullout

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Rockets Hit Neighborhood Near Kabul Airport Amid US Pullout

"What could fire has hit an area near Kabul and pulled the meat the U. S. pullout the rocket far apparently targeting couples International Airport struck a nearby neighborhood on the eve of the deadline for US troops to withdraw from the country after the attack planes continued to land on taxi across the northern military side of the airport taking off roughly every twenty minutes at one point no group has immediately claimed responsibility for the attack last week the Islamic state group in Afghanistan launched a devastating suicide bombing that's one of the apple gates killing around one hundred and seventy Afghans I'm thirteen U. S. service members I'm Charles the last month

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Afghanistan: US Drone Strike 'Eliminates Airport Bomb Threat'

Dailycast News

00:21 sec | 5 months ago

Afghanistan: US Drone Strike 'Eliminates Airport Bomb Threat'

"A us drone strike in the afghan capital. Kabul has prevented another deadly suicide attack at the airport. Us military officials say the strike targeted a vehicle carrying at least one person associated with the afghan branch of the islamic state group. Us central command said the. Us has warned of possible. Further attacks as evacuations wind

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US Says Drone Kills IS Bombers Targeting Kabul Airport

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

US Says Drone Kills IS Bombers Targeting Kabul Airport

"U. S. forces Sunday carried out another drone strike against suspected Islamic state attackers this time in Kabul but there are reports of civilian casualties US officials say the drone struck a vehicle carrying multiple suicide bombers from the Islamic state group affiliate in Afghanistan if they were headed to Kabul's airport for an attack military spokesman says significant secondary explosions from the vehicle indicated the presence of a substantial amount of explosive material witnesses said it targeted two cars parked in a residential building near the airport and killed and wounded several civilians an Afghan official says three children were among the dead the strike came just two days before the U. S. is set to conclude a massive airlift and withdraw the last of its troops from Afghanistan I'm Ben Thomas

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"islamic state group" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"All you have to do is give Trinity a quick call and will take care of the rest right now. No one really knows what the future will bring. But one thing is for sure. If your debt has you down, we should talk. Here's the number call 1 809 9 Old 6976. That's 1 809 90 69 76. U S. Justice Department reporting the flight of more than 1000 visiting Chinese researchers who had ties to the Chinese military. We get the latest from BBC correspondent Zaillian Fang reports. Washington has accused Beijing off deploying agents to steal Tracy quits as well as national security intelligence. Often by masquerading as students or researchers. In September. The U. S revoked visas for more than 1000 Chinese students who are alleged to have ties to the Chinese military. The Chinese government has denied any wrongdoing, financing such move as acts off political persecution and racial discrimination. The plan withdrawal of 500 American forces from Iraq by mid January, leaving 2500 and place is unlikely to have an immediate impact on Iraqi forces ability to combat remnants of the Islamic state Group. Or a town hall dot com. Survivors of a terrorist attack that killed 14. People in a holiday party east of Los Angeles have observed the fifth anniversary of that assault. San Bernadino County officials say a private memorial ceremony that also included families of the slain Was held Wednesday outside the county government center. Plans also were announced for a memorial at the building. Husband and wife Sayed, Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik opened fire on county workers on December 2nd 2015 at another government building. 14 people died and 22 were injured. The couple later died in a shootout with police correspondent Keith Peters reporting. Pandemic threatening wipe out the educational process made by many of the nation's seven million students with disabilities that, according to advocates, who say the extended months of learning from home and erratic attempts to reopen schools are deepening a crisis that began With the switch in March. Maurin these stories that town hall dot com I'm Rhonda Rocks trip. Politics and religion. It's been.

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"islamic state group" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I'm wrong. The roster as lawmakers try and come to terms on a bipartisan package to provide another round of covert 19 economic relief. President Trump is optimistic a deal can be reached soon. I wanted to happen and I believe that they're getting very close to a deal. Asked if he would support it, the president said. I will absolutely business, especially airlines, restaurants and health providers are seeking financial help from Congress as the virus continues. Despite Philippine officials say dozens of militants aligned with the Islamic state Group of opened fire on a Philippine army detachment and burned a police patrol car in a southern town but withdrew after troops returned fire. No immediate reports of any injuries in Thursday night's brief attacked by the bunks tomorrow, Islamic freedom fighters and About 2 P.m. town. Attorney General William Bars conclusion There's no evidence of voter fraud that would overturn the election is not sitting well with President Trump. The president says. Bar hasn't done anything yet when it comes to reviewing evidence of election fraud when he looks, he'll see the kind of evidence that right now you're seeing in the Georgia Senate. He says he's disappointed the Justice Department hasn't looked very hard at the evidence and the president is refusing to say if he has confidence in the attorney general asked me that In a number of weeks from now. Greg Clugston Washington. Meanwhile, British police say four people died following an explosion at a wastewater treatment plant near the southwest English town of Bristol, and much like a broken record. Brexit talks are rumored to be poised for success on the cusp of a deadline. Only to face the same old fundamental differences on fishing rights, Legal oversight and fair competition that have dogged the European Union and Britain for the last several months. On Wall Street. Today, the Dow finished up 86 points. The NASDAQ was ahead by 28 at the closed the S.

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"islamic state group" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on KOMO

"Automatically. Mr Speaker on December 2nd on we will. Then I hope very much be able to get this country going again to get businesses to get shops open again. In the run up to Christmas, one difference this time schools will remain open. Elsewhere. Hungary's minister of foreign affairs and Trade has tested positive for the Corona virus after arriving in Thailand for unofficial visit, he just arrived from Cambodia and life and Vienna's returning to something like normal Austrian authorities investigate whether a 20 year old man who fatally shot four people in attack claimed by the Islamic state Group. Had any accomplices more than 20. People were also injured in that attack. I'm Tom Rivers at the ABC News Foreign desk in London County woman has become the first convicted felon ever elected to the state Legislature in modern history. Helmsman to Factor shares. Air Comeback story Bremerton attorney Terrorist Simmons has won the state's 23rd legislative district seat on upbringing of poverty, abuse, drugs and bad decisions left her a felon locked up in prison while their she decided to get clean and go to law school. She graduated from Seattle University and won a Supreme Court battle to allow her to take the bar exam and was sworn in two years ago. Back then, she told Cho Mo say is the O'Malley of really long and hard journey and she hoped her story since a message. You are never defined by your worst mistakes that you can keep coming back. There's always a way after easily winning her race. Simmons tweeted thanks to her team and said from the big house to the Statehouse. We do recover. Manda Factor. Comeau news traffic.

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"islamic state group" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:32 min | 1 year ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on AP News

"14 people who are on trial in a 2015 Paris attack that sparked an international terror wave 13 men and a woman are in court over the assaults against the satirical newspaper and a kosher supermarket in Paris the malt the beginning of a wave of violence by the Islamic state group 17 people on all 3 gunmen died join the 3 days of attacks in 1/20/15 those on trial in France is terrorism called accused of buying weapons because I'm helping with logistics most say they thought they were helping plan an ordinary crime 3 including the only woman accused of being tried in absentia after leaving to join the Islamic state I'm Charles the lead as much

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"islamic state group" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Me and tens of thousands of Americans, it's very, very simple gallery factor dot com Over the three week quick Start up Act will be at your door in three days old 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. Police in Washington, D C Want the public's health officials are calling for community input to catch the perpetrators of a mass shooting at a crowded weekend block party let left one person dead and 20 others, including a police officer, injured. Mayor Muriel Bowser says Washingtonians are fed up with senseless violence and desperate for solutions. Washington is on pace in 2020 to record the highest number of homicides and Mohr than a decade. Rhonda roster reporting. The Justice Department says it seized millions of dollars from crypto currency accounts that militant organizations abroad, including Al Qaeda and the Islamic state Group, relied on to raise money for violent operations. The Trump Administration says the groups used the accounts of solicit donations for their cause is including through a bogus scam that officials say purported to sell productive gear protective gear for the Corona virus. Pandemic. Officials described it as the largest ever seizure of digital currency funds related to terrorism. News and analysis a townhall dot com Grace continues to wrestle with the Corona viruses. Officials have ordered the early closing of restaurants. This woman doesn't see what difference that will make our open in.

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"islamic state group" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on AP News

"Dirk narcotics funding most Democrats in Congress oppose the use of military funding for wall construction they say the president is planning to steal seven point two billion dollars in counter narcotics and military construction funding to pay for the wall that Mexico was supposed to pay for this print court this summer allow the president to use military funding it's estimated twelve billion dollars has gone for Wall construction and billions more have been requested Jackie Quinn Washington Paris is Louvre museum was closed on Friday as dozens of protesters blocked the entrance to denounce the French government plans to overhaul the pension system several dozen protesters including some louver employees states the demonstration often appeal from several trade unions against president Emmanuel Michael's plan changes to the retirement system it's the first time since the protest movement began on December the fifth the loop has been fully clues about thirty thousand people visit the museum every day how the Islamic state group ruled the territories it controlled is detailed in a series of documents A. P.'s my cross to report they were left behind by ISIS members in Syria a Washington based Syrian rights group says it has documents produced by the Islamic state group itself that could help identify individuals responsible for atrocities during the group's four year reign of terror the Syria justice and accountability center has released a twenty four page report called judge jury and executioner the report is based on dozens of documents obtained from inside Syria and collected by a local activist from abandoned Islamic state group offices in rock a province Mohammed al Abdullah the S. J. AC is executive director says the documents could help establish responsibility for war crimes genocide and crimes against humanity Mike Crossey up Washington trump adds to his legal team I'm to McGuire with an A. P. news minute president trump's legal team for a Senate impeachment trial will include a pair of well known attorneys former Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz and Ken Starr the independent counsel investigated former president Bill Clinton centers for disease control and prevention will screen passengers arriving from Wuhan China at Kennedy Los Angeles and San Francisco airport looking for new virus at a second dozens killed two when prompted worries about international outbreak we're expecting that the screening over the next couple of weeks could include as many as as five thousand people across the three airports the CDC's Dr Martin cetron federal appeals court dismisses the lawsuit by twenty one young people who claim the government's climate policies and reliance on fossil fuels harm them the judges wrote that the youngsters made a compelling case but the proper venues to address the nation's climate policies are Congress and are with the voters I'm to McGuire AP digital news back in a moment road is just a road but at G. S. U. V. isn't just an S. U. V. come see for yourself at the jeep start something new sales event during owner appreciation month finance get.

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"islamic state group" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on AP News

"A full a bank president in Spain's been found guilty of trying to smuggle a painting by Pablo Picasso and to the country a Spanish court sentence X. bank into hate crime a protein eighteen months in prison and was fined fifty two point four million euros and gave ownership of the painting to the Spanish state even though between owned the painting valued at twenty four million euros because the being deemed a work of cultural interest by the Spanish government it was banned from leaving the country a team of Spanish police experts flutes the French island of Corsica in twenty fifteen to retrieve the most peace after being tipped off about an attempted smuggling iris is Louvre museum was closed on Friday as dozens of protesters blocked the entrance to denounce the French government's plans to uphold the pension system several dozen protesters including some louver employees states the demonstration often appeal from several trade unions against president Emmanuel Michael's plan changes the retirement system it's the first time since the protest movement began on December the fifth the louver has been fully clues about thirty thousand people visit the museum every day how the Islamic state group ruled the territories that controlled is detailed in a series of documents A. P.'s my cross to report they were left behind by ISIS members in Syria a Washington based Syrian rights group says it has documents produced by the Islamic state group itself that could help identify individuals responsible for atrocities during the group's four year reign of terror the Syria justice and accountability center has released a twenty four page report called judge jury and executioner the report is based on dozens of documents obtained from inside Syria and collected by a local activist from abandoned Islamic state group offices in rock a province Mohammed el of download the S. J. A. C. is executive director says the documents could help establish responsibility for war crimes genocide and crimes against humanity.

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"islamic state group" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on KOMO

"Surrounded the coffin of revolutionary guard general Qassem Soleimani in his hometown of care mon when a crush occurred it was unclear what set off that stampede Canada's top general says his country's military is temporarily relocating some soldiers from Iraq to Kuwait he made the announcement today today western troops in Iraq have been on high alert since the killing of whose Azula money by a U. S. drone strike last week in Baghdad Canada has about five hundred soldiers in Iraq to help fight the Islamic state group they currently lead the NATO training mission in Iraq Pentagon officials now say it was a mistake that a draft of a letter was released discussing the U. S. troop departure from Iraq here's Jackie Quinn defense department officials were scrambling to do damage control Monday and joint chiefs chairman mark Millie says quote nobody's leaving there's no onward movement honest mistake the draft addressed to an official at the Iraqi ministry of defense said US troops would be repositioning forces to prepare for on word movement adding we respect your sovereign decision to order our departure defense secretary mark asper says the US has been re positioning troops because of the increased threats from Iran and that letter was meant to coordinate with the Iraqi military he says there's been no decision whatsoever to leave Iraq despite the Iraqi parliament voting to expel US troops after the strike that killed a top Iranian general Jackie Quinn Washington that is great Hollywood movie mogul already on trial accused of sex crimes now faces more legal problems just hours after Harvey Weinstein.

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"islamic state group" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on 710 WOR

"World I'm George nori welcome to coast to coast AM later tonight. awakening get ready for that here's what's happening. north Korean leader Kim John on oversaw the testing of a super large multiple rocket launcher North Korea fired a new round the short range project goals only hours after it signaled a new willingness to resume stalled the new talks with the United States in late September. see what happens. the US led coalition says American war planes of dropped forty tons of bombs on an island in the takers river infested with members of the Islamic state group ISIS the coalition said F. fifteen and F. thirty five war planes took part in the bombing on Qantas island in the central province north of the capital Baghdad Tuesday's attack as part of operations carried out by Iraqi forces in U. S. led coalition against ISIS which was defeated apparently in Iraq in two thousand seventeen in the trying to come back president trump is announced that he has fired national security adviser John Bolton saying he disagreed strongly with his suggestions on a range of issues well Bolton swiftly challenge to president trump's version of events saying he offered to resign the two have had well known disagreements on a range of hot but national security issues perhaps most significantly on plans for a troop withdrawal in Afghanistan Bolton's removal comes after the hawkish adviser was reportedly sideline from high level discussions about military involvement in Afghanistan after opposing diplomatic efforts in the region Dr John Curtis online columnist dot com with us John I've got to tell you the I've never seen an administration that is in such disarray with personnel all the administration's I can remember. well I mean it is there's certainly been a lot much larger turnover for sure but I mean when acacia Bolton I mean that that there are certain things a break Vic Vic V. this from the breaks the camel's back you know an important case it was his propensity continuously twenty years the US military to solve every problem in the world I mean he was ready to send in troops he was urging. just counting on trump to send troops in to topple the dictator in in Venezuela and when you stop and think you know that the solution in the Hong Kong right now. was it an advocate of the U. S. going to liberate you know Hong Kong from communist China that would mean World War three now if he if anybody's learn anything about trouble over the last three years about his foreign policy preferences it is that he does not want to be involved in foreign wars that he wants to withdrawal of troops he wants to cut back on US commitments that is where he's out he isn't about that like Obama who is spending billions of dollars supporting rebels terrorist groups to topple Bottcher sod finally you know at some point they realized that they lost the war over there so I mean I think both I you know I know that you'll wind up on CNN right now or some other network basically ripping tribe but the truth was about both and that trumpet warned him on numerous occasions that you know that this softened his rhetoric and once we learned about the kami firing you know in in twenty seventeen and this firing now is it trump doesn't like you know his subordinates to be stealing the headlines and especially leaking to the media and I think in the case of bald men call me I think you had two major leaguers to the media when they're trying to advance their own agenda and not sit back and kind of actually cute the agenda of the White House so I think that's were bold went wrong John what you say is correct but who hired Bolton for the national security advisers pole position well I mean it was and they urged trump there was nobody really in place after HR McMaster we withdrew from the position and you don't care yeah a lot of foreign policy experience I think there was a hope that hired to go down. well well obviously which trump they've signed off on it but you know I'm aware but that's my point look at all the people that have been dumped or resigned since this administration came in he's got to do a better job checking these people out if he doesn't want to keep that it would be helpful absolutely John thanks John Curtis online columnist dot com wow the leading indicator of gun sales jumped in August driven in part by American seeking self protection and deep concerns over congressional Democrats that they're going to push through expanded gun control legislation the overall number of background checks recorded in the national instant criminal background check system surged fifteen and a half percent the figure includes background checks done for security concealed carry permits and gun sales and was the highest August number ever recorded. in contrast to every movie or television show you've ever seen about teenagers in high school a new study has found that teens who don't date are happier less depressed and more adept at dealing with a variety of social situations and how about this it's no secret that exercise can be beneficial from a psychological perspective a session at the gym or jog around the neighborhood can help us clear our mind reset our thoughts and improve our mood now a team of German scientists have discovered that keeping oneself physically fit is also associated with better brain structure and functioning and young adults let's check in with resident psychiatrist Dr Peter Breck and Peter this is an amazing thing but you know what I think I already knew this. well that's right George I think you probably did I mean here where we just we're one organ we are you know with beings and that with physical bodies in a role relate together that this study focused on something very simple which was the indoor and how far could you walk in two minutes and then compared it to MRI eyes and found that the brain look healthy is a white matter with healthier and they yeah you know they they put all this together I think it's real I think that the fitness though is was just one of three prime. we've talked about them in different ways it's physical fitness it's a plant based low fat diet good healthy eating and may be more more important than anything a positive mental attitude is critical of gratitude and love to the world it's good for our bodies but for our brains where that's who we are you got it thank you Peter Dr Peter brag on his website B. R. E. G. G. I. N. dot com later in the program tonight we're gonna talk about spiritual awakening which talks a little bit about what we've just talked about apple has unveiled its new iPhone eleven devices and event at the tech giant's headquarters in California the iPhone eleven has a.

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"islamic state group" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Akbal with NewsHour live from the BBC in London. Let's turn now to Russia in Syria. Not that long ago, a stronghold for the Islamic state group, since of course, rested from the price has been very high in terms of the lives of civilians, lost the human rights group Amnesty International and Ethel's a group which since twenty fourteen has been assessing civilian home. As a direct result of EPA. In military action have been working together. They have published a report today, which says more than sixteen hundred civilians were killed by the US led bombing campaign in Russia. That is ten times more than the coalition has knowledged today. Eight joining me in the studio now is Donatella Rivera who is the senior crisis response advise a for Amnesty International welcome to the program. Let's stop by getting you to outline forests the sources that you've used that leads you to this top line figure. This is one of the biggest thing vista Gatien that Amnesty International has done in recent. Times I spent weeks and months in in beca visited four times. Just in the posterior, I visited more than two hundred Steitz of coalition strikes and interviewed more than four hundred witnesses and survivors and picked up pieces of munitions that were the ones that killed civilians in in those houses, and as well as knocked we've done a lot of. Open source investigation that these mostly with our colleagues at air wars are done and my own colleagues in the evidence lab, so this is a very multidimensional investigation. If these to our knowledge the biggest investigation of its count in in in terms of scale looking at the conflict in in modern times with verified more than six hundred forty casualties. Does are the ones that we've investigated and verified on the grounds out of the sixteen hundreds that are reported in the needed further investigation. So so the ones the difference between the sixteenth between the four hundred and fifty and the sixteen hundred how can you be sure that those were not civilians who own supporters of the Islamic state group was that's why we're using a very conservative figure. The reported numbers are higher with investigated. Very large sample six hundred and forty. Is a lot is for example, out of sixteen hundreds and the remaining our names are named individuals individuals about whom there is a significant amount of information. We've done a sizeable chunk of the work for the coalition. This is the job that the coalition should have been doing. They have not done it. We've also shown that it's possible to do this work and to do it on a large scale. How many civilians to the coalition say have been killed? They have recognized up to now one hundred fifty nine and those are all cases that we understand international in air wars submitted to them. So they have done hardly anything in terms of proactive investigation. They don't go investigate in rock. They don't interview people. They don't do site visits. They don't even pretend that they're doing it. So. And there is no reason because in some postwar theaters that on the ground investigation may not be possible in Radka this possible. We have shown that it is possible. And that's what the collision should do. And you say that the coalition could have done this work. And it hasn't done the work. Why do you think they haven't? And I didn't know only they can answer that question. I can tell you that we've done it that we've been doing their job that it is possible to do it. And that there is no reason why they are doing it. Donatella Rivera senior crisis response advise a full Amnesty International. Thanks for coming in to speak to us on these. Now on Sunday Spaniards will vote in a general election their third in less than four years. Prime minister Pedro Sanchez cooled the election when his socialist government collapsed after just ten months in office of the Catholic nationalist refused to back his budget. Bill the arrival of a new hard right posse called vox is likely to make this country's most fragmented contest of the democratic era. And as the election approaches one issue is dominating all others. The future of Catalonia guy. Hedge go reports. In the park. In Madrid, the leader of the conservative Popular Party Pablo Casado holds the rally ahead of Sunday's election. He describes the government of socialist pedal. Sanchez is the weakest most divisive the most radical in Spain's history, baby. Rarely Hispanic politics being point so polarized. And one issue has made this a particularly acrimonious election campaign Catalonia Evison the wealthiest region. Made a failed bid for independence in 2017. Tensions have been running high between Catalan nationalist and Madrid..

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"islamic state group" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

05:45 min | 3 years ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Ours are Christian a big reason why they're in the states now in Iraq their home country, they faced persecution at the hands of Islamic state group. The shop is busy, and I want to ask Menara L about their life in Iraq. So they take me back to their two bedroom apartment. And ella. Manar? Tell me how they first met. Though, he leaving by that on I leave Mussa on his cousin. He married to my sister. They met at the wedding at the time. Now wasn't in a rush to get married. His mother on the other hand mother you need to marriage because I'm twenty seven and twenty maybe twenty one. Yeah. Tell his mom pressured him to get married and L remembered Manar from the wedding and thinks she might make a good match the rest happens pretty quickly. He come in my home, and we talked together. So then I see him. I love it. Is good, man. So after I told him yet. After one meeting and of herbal consent. It's customary for the man's whole family to visit the women's home and l had a lot of family come in twelve people. Sister. L worked at a bakery. And he brought a bunch of Baca in boxes, which they call packets. So he bring it like Tim Puckett northern twenty five different kind like long like all Mont, stash ios Cascio and all the boxes at the same thing. On them old puckish men are Manar munari's my name, so romantic Manar, father was very impressed. But Manar was a little wary. Every bucks is men are my name. So they told me all your name is Manar. He work in stores name Manar. Yeah. Manar suites. Okay. So just a coincidence. But nonetheless, the family proved of the marriage two months later, we. Just. The to build a life together in Baghdad even with an increased presence of militants in the city, the family felt relatively safe. They had two children, and they went to a local church Our Lady of salvation say than adjudged church. It's at this church that the gravity of the threat of IS for Christians becomes very real. In two thousand ten during evening. Mass IS members infiltrate the church with rifles and suicide vests. And close. On the snow and after every now on van bomb the gun show. Survivors described how the gunmen stormed into the church on Sunday evening as worshipers praying and reading the bible Christians beaten L at church that night, but a sister and cousin of Nile where the sister survived. The cousin did not. Around the same time. Now's brother was kidnapped for ransom thirty thousand dollar on his in my brother Menara Nell were scared, but they didn't wanna leave their home their community their jobs. However, a death threat slipped under the door convinced the family to leave. So after that make sport, and we go there and semi dead in motion. And then we go to by now most of their extended family had fled. They found new homes in different countries. The najar came to the US to California Nile found work nearby there -partment at a bakery. But he really wanted to be running his own bakery dream my husband's name. So they saved what little money they had left after rant and got a small loan from the International Rescue Committee. It was enough to pay the first few months of rent for a premises that used to be a barbershop they called the bakery. Al hamdani. After the town in Iraq where they got married. Oh my goodness. Marcus. Due to open your, but the fifth six months, eight months, very very problem. There is no oven. No industrial sink. No hood nothing to bake with L. Got permission from the Baker. He was working out to make his recipes after hours, and then he would transport his sweets to the store where Menard sell them, and they didn't have many customers at first like everyday if it's coming one or two and they buy like one pieces or two they barely made rent and bills around the eight-month. Mark something starts to change. The people start coming. Use week. It's pretty good. We need orders on order until they finally break even and start making enough money to buy a hood and oven a sink a delivery car one by one. Now, everything is ready. It's like back at the shop. The L is building Manar office where she can do bookkeeping brought backs and polished wood flooring from the hardware store today..

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"islamic state group" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on AP News

"House. Pope Francis is warning the Catholics are demanding more than just talk as the church wrestles with the clergy sex abuse scandal Francis opened a Vatican summit this morning by praying for help turning what he called this evil into a chance for understanding. The pope says the church must listen to the cry of the young we says want Justice. This is AP radio news. An Alabama woman who joined the Islamic state group in Syria wants to come back home. But the Trump administration says she can't hold a Mathon say she made a big mistake by leaving the US to join us Lomb state militants nearly four years ago after being radicalized online. The twenty four year old says she wants to come home with the eighteen month old son. She had with one of two fighters. She married, but secretary of state Mike Pompeo says with on it will not be admitted to the US. He says she is not in American citizen has no legal basis to claim citizenship or the right to a passport Pompeo. Oh, did not say how the government decided with Ana who was born in New Jersey cannot return to the US saga megani. Washington in Dhaka the capital of Bangladesh. At least seventy people have been killed in a massive fire in a shopping district. Many of the victims were trapped and burned beyond recognition. I'm Rita Foley. AP radio news. With Amazon music of voices. All you need. Alexa,.

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"islamic state group" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Otherwise, they'll call somebody else who will answer their phone. Now, we have another chance an hour from now. And in fact, at our from from that now from that all the way through the first hour of the Conway show, we're giving away thousand dollars an hour on KFI coming up in swamp. Watch it looks like United States intelligence agencies have told congress that they don't really agree with the president. They think that North Korea is unlikely to dismantle its nuclear arsenal that Islamic state group remains a threat, and that the Iran nuclear deal is working. They made no mention of the crisis at the border that the president has been talking about in in recent weeks. You you live with a man, I do you work with men. I do. Would you prefer not to do those things? No, I've never really thought about it. I mean it kinda hit me last year. When I started traveling with the chargers and spending a lot of time with just all dudes like dudes six days a week, you guys and then on the weekends and just dudes in dudes in dudes again. And I started making more time to meet up with my girlfriends because it was just a lot of dudes. Right. And I mean, I have no problem hanging out with with men. But, but you know, somebody did you asked me yesterday. If it was the the whole fantasy camp thing if it was why it was so enjoyable I did and part of it was a baseball or the dude time because it's fun to hang out with your girlfriends or your your boyfriend's. If you're a boy, you know what I mean? Yes. Your male friends. Yeah. You need that. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, some of the stories are are absolutely unreal. I mean, I shouldn't say unrelatable I would never be able to tell the stories on the air. Yes. And you know, there's just something that the same sex friendships bring out like my friends, Katie and Kendra we were a group face timing last night. I haven't laughed that hard in a while. It doesn't mean that you don't make me laugh or or my husband has made me laugh, but it's a different kind of like sure of camaraderie. Okay. Well, there is a push that has moved. We've we've done stories similar to this before. But workplaces for women specifically for women. There's a place in Minneapolis called modern. Well, and it's about a year old, and it's a workspace designed and catering to exclusively women, clean lines. Give way too cozy touches like footstool covered with fo for a roaring fire surrounded by comfortable armchairs, women type away on laptops, at tables, scattered throughout. And there is not a man insight. I don't think it's ever a good idea to have all women or all men. I mean all men is what happened with the fire festival. There was no women organizing that thing and you see what happened but all women can lead to. Some cut throat caddy stuff. I would I would think it could why it's good that we are integrated. Well, it says Rene powers is a modern well member and she founded a business called feminist book club in that space. I don't know why I'm not part of that. She says, I think women especially you're craving safe spaces. There's the key words where they can go and be inspired into really important work without interruption without being reminded of all that too. So they can just like wear yoga pants, no makeup and still get ahead. I guess, but well, maybe feel like it's okay. She says though, Rene says there's literally no risk that somebody's going to sexually harass. You're never I've never felt unsafe in a workplace. I don't know if it's gotten to that level for some people. I do think for some people it has and you have to admit you have a different personality than other. You have a personality that can. That can withstand certain blows to the ego doesn't hurt. It doesn't hurt. Yeah. There's another one called the wing another workplace for women called the wing opened in two thousand sixteen in New York, and it's been expanding. They opened a place in San Francisco in October with a nod to the metoo movement. They named a conference room after Christine Blasi four. Well, we've got a conference room named after Bill Handel. I'm not too proud of that one. Well..

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"islamic state group" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:22 min | 3 years ago

"islamic state group" Discussed on KCRW

"Weekend. But so far we haven't had any confirmational any tubes. Leaving syria. Amid all the questions surrounding US strategy. There's been one consistent reframe. What about the Kurds Bassim talk me about the fate of our Syrian Kurdish allies once the US forces are gone lucrative sponsors, the maker, this militia and Sierra that's known as the people's protection units. Or the why PG has been a strong ally of the United States since two thousand sixteen when the U S discovered that they are among the most effective fighters fighting against the Islamic state group, and since then they have been arming them giving them Eric cover and the fight against Islamic state group, and since then this Kurdish militia has taken most of northern and eastern Syria from extremists a now, there are still fighting and a small pockets, so they have been very effective in the fight and the plan to withdraw from Syria has taken them by surprise because it came at a time when Turkey was saying that it's planning to carry out the military. Operation against these militiamen. And Michelle woman own dirty considers a terrorist organization linked to an insurgency inside Turkey. So this has been the concern. And the Kurds have have been wanted that wants the us troops pull out of Syria. There would be no protection for them to earth. You will invade northern Syria and north eastern, Syria and take the control you mentioned men and women resistance fighters. Are there significant percentage of these who are women? Also, actually, it's it's it's you have the white PG wipe. You Jay wipe Eugene is the people's protection units was which is all men, and then you have the the women's protection units, which is the white PJ. And these are also very effective. Unlike other other groups in Syria, the Kurds are not to be more secular than other ethnic groups and women play a major role in everything from from leading political parties to running civil administrations even undefined woman has played a major role in the battle. And they lost lots of. Women and the fight against there's not a state group. I'm wondering if you can tell us more about the role that the Kurds have played in the war against ISIS. One thing is that the Kurdish the Kurdish militias have been instrumental in defeating ISIS, the their biggest breakthrough came in October two thousand seventeen when they captured the northern city of Tacoma, which was the defacto capital of the Islamic state croup, also the Kurdish militia is holding about seven hundred foreign fighters from ISIS, including British Americans fence. From from different. Nationalities. And one of the questions that have been raised since president. Trump's announcement length will throw it as what would happen to these prisoners who will take them. And that's understood that has not been cleared up yet. President Trump is also tweeted and threatened that the US would quote devastate Turkey economically, if they attacked the Kurds. How is Turkey receiving that the texts have been very angry with this statement. And although President Trump did not say how this is going to happen. The secretary of state Mark Mayfield said that could mean economic sanctions on the United States imposed sanctions on Turkey last year, and this caused trouble to the Turkish Leonardo lost forty percents off since found you, but then the US lift the sanctions after American pastor was released by Turkey. You've obviously covered this region since one thousand nine hundred two and I'm wondering at through many different presidential. Administrations I'm wondering what is your assessment right now of what's happening in the region. Particularly when it comes to President Trump's proposal to pull out of Syria. One the came in late into the city in conflict, as you know, in two thousand thirteen there was a chemical attack on the suburbs of Damascus, and this was considered crossing the line that President Barack Obama at the time had thrown for the use of chemical weapons and everyone was expecting President Obama to launch an aside attack on Syria. But this didn't happen since President Trump came to power has been more assertive and cer like two thousand sixteen the US military launched cruise missiles on military airbase the country's center. And then last year, they bumped bascus officer suspected chemical weapons attack on Duma. But it seems that President Trump for doesn't want to keep the troops on the ground. The two thousand troops. I mean are likely to be leaving senior in the coming months. Now, there's so much declaration that wants the United States withdraws troops from Syria President Bashar Assad government as as likely to much eastern to the Kurdish-controlled areas that are like that he starts on. There are lots of fields over this much better that region, and it seems the Russians have been trying to find a solution for this by by convincing the Kurds to to announce the government and the the Kurds out of their fears from the Turkish troops. They have said that they are ready to talk to the Syrian government and hand over some of the areas of this this this will protect them from the Turks Muslim, what do you see as the ultimate consequence? If you will if the US does in fact, pull out of Syria that includes troops and everything else. I mean is this something that is a too soon is too dangerous? What are you? You think the consequences would be if Trump actually makes good on this call when the main concern is the extent school has not been completed defeated in Syria. The Kurdish fighters are still fighting does not mix states will end the last talk control near the Iraqi border. The war is not over yet. The main concern is if the US pools early from Syria, this could lead to a resurgence of Islamic state group is by extremists full at one point where planning attacks all over the world from their from their so-called candidate the two thousand fourteen the bet that is still ongoing. So that's the main concern that the us might be leaving too early before ISIS is completely.

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