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"israeli opposition party" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:41 min | 6 months ago

"israeli opposition party" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Russia mean just finally then as we look ahead to these elections due in september. And i think it's fair to say that few if any russian mike is taking bets on the result but nonetheless other people in charge concerned about what these elections might portend not necessarily defeat at the polls but yeah outbursts of public anger at the way things are going the very concerned. Yes i mean. This is why they're trying to get their retaliation now. Well well ahead of the elections. They're afraid that could be mass boycotting the elections they will be stuffing the ballot boxes. They've done that all along. But even so if you get more people again on on social media trying to clamp down on social media because they know that people will be sharing things saying well no. We didn't go vote because there's no one vote for that. They are very worried about what even if they stop people from standing as candidates who they never be opposed to them the the the people and particularly the younger generation has still got method. And saying we don't like what's going on stephen. Dl thanks as always for joining us. That was the russia analyst. Stephen deal you're listening to the briefing. Here is monica's us rebelo. With the days of the headlines thanks. Andrew israeli opposition parties have agreed to form a new government. That would end. Benjamin netanyahu's twelve year stint as prime minister on their rotation arrangement right-wing politician naphtali bennett would serve as prime minister before handing over to the centrist yard lopate. Taiwan has called on china to embark upon real political reform rather than avoid facing up to nineteen eighty nine tiananmen square. Crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators. In beijing. tomorrow marks. Thirty two years since chinese troops open fire to win. Student-led led unrest in and around a square tokyo. Two thousand twenty president. Seiko hashimoto. says she is one hundred percent certain the olympics will go ahead but warned. The games must be prepared to proceed without spectators. In the event of coronavirus outbreak. There are fifty days until the delay. Tokyo games begin on the twenty third of july and portugal has announced the completion of a new undersea cable that stretches to north eastern brazil the six thousand kilometer transatlantic cable will reduce latency. Which is time it takes data to get to its destination by around fifty percent in can find out more at monaco. Dot com forward slash. Minute does today's headlines back to you. Andrew thank you. You are listening to the briefing on monocle. Twenty four with me andrew mullet now there is much that remains to be understood about the sent to the us presidency of donald trump and which may require understanding all over again. Should he seek to get his old job back in two thousand and twenty four but one of the more baffling questions of this particular. Saga is the one of the barely bridled. Enthusiasm for trump professed by america's lodge noisy and powerful block of conservative christian evangelicals. Who did not seem a natural constituency for a candidate who was among many other apparent to terrence godless. Philanderer compulsive liar and chronic. Materialist joining me now. Is sarah posner. An investigative journalist and expert on the intersection of religion and politics. Her new book is called unholy. Why white evangelicals worship at the altar of donald trump. Sarah of festival. I think we should. We should probably try to establish a baseline here. Which is did the van. Jellicoe is do you think. Regard trump with any more or less enthusiasm enthusiasm than they would have regarded any of the republican candidate. They absolutely dead White evangelicals in the united states are predominantly republican there reliably seventy five to eighty percent of them vote republican and that was true with trump where about eighty percent of them voted for him but they did so far more enthusiastically than they would have or they did For george w bush john mccain or mitt. romney. I mean. I know the question. The answer to this question has literally filled a book. A either one. You've written boot. Why there are so many obvious reasons why you would think serious churchgoing family values conservative would be absolutely repelled by donald trump. Well as it turns out what they liked about. Donald trump is. He spoke to their social and cultural grievances in a way that really appealed to them his anti-democratic small schmaltzy impulses. Were exactly what they were looking for. He came along at a moment when they thought that their political and social issues abortion. Lgbtq rights separation of church and state. They're opposed to that were they. Were fearing that. That was slipping away from them. The demographics were against them that public opinion was against them and here came. Donald trump. He spoke to all of their grievances that political correctness and social justice was overwhelming our society and seizing control of our politics and he was willing to do anything to fight back and that really appealed to them and while he his racial grievances and his nativist grievances also appealed to them. It was these things are not separate from one another. I mean it's understandable. I guess up to a point you can see how people with those concerns would swallow a lot of their other objections and just think well. He's a guy who will get things done that we want to see. Get don we don't necessarily have to lock him. And i think most of us have probably cast a vote along those lines at some point in our lives but it it strikes me from having observed the last few years and also from reading your book that it did go beyond that a lot of these people were fully aboard board members of the donald trump cult of personality. They seem to like and him. Yes absolutely i. I think a lot of people mistakenly believe that weight evanger locals were holding their nose to vote for donald trump that they viewed it as a transactional relationship or vote of expedients to get their issues on the agenda but that is not true. They viewed trump as almost a messianic figure They compared him to king cyrus in the bible they compared him to. They said that god often chooses an unlikely figure to lead a nation at a critical juncture in its history so donald trump may not be a christian like us but he's chosen by god to restore a christian america that has been lost to secularism but buddies. All quite mad isn't it. It absolutely is. But i think that you if you look at it at face value. It seems mad. But if you dig beneath the surface and realize that their agenda has been an anti-democratic project from the start on the religious right got motivated in the nineteen seventies nod about abortion but about school desegregation They've been avid fox. News watchers since the advent of fox. News they swallow all of the fox. News Anti immigrant rhetoric. So the idea that they're only concerned about Family values or abortion or lgbtq rights is mistaken..

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"israeli opposition party" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:39 min | 6 months ago

"israeli opposition party" Discussed on WJR 760

"Code. Hold up with you. Israeli opposition parties have reached an agreement to form a new government that would effectively end Benjamin Netanyahu's 12 Year tenure is prime minister. Year, Lippy, this leader of the centrist Ish Atid party announced an eight faction coalition had been formed Benjamin Netanyahu to care to characterize the new left wing government as dangerous. The vote is not expected to take place for some days, and there still is a chance this newly formed coalition could be upended by defections. Suspected Chinese hackers breaching New York's transit agency's computer systems and Fox is gurnal. Scott takes a closer look. Haitian authorities says it was alerted to the breach by the FBI and other federal agencies. It says the system's affected were shut down quickly enough so that no sensitive information was obtained and no service was interrupted. The M to has not been specific about who may have been behind the hack. The New York Times reported links to the Chinese government were found. The attack appeared to have lasted more than a week targeting Busses and the subway as well as two heavily traveled passenger lines in total, three of the empty as 18 systems were affected. Colonel Scott Fox. News debates continue on whether the covert vaccines will offer lasting protection against the Corona virus or if booster shots are going to be needed. Critical studies are ongoing, but scientists have found some evidence that could diminish the need for them. And at the same time, they caution that more research is needed, especially in light of the various virus mutations. That have been uncovered. The Republican controlled State Senate has passed a bill that would require Governor Whitmer to inform legislative leaders whenever she leaves the state. The bill reflects the ongoing GOP frustration over a trip Whitmore took in March to visit her sick father in Florida. Democrats called the Republican effort to know just a simple effort to know the governor's whereabouts, Republicans say. They just not want to know who's in charge and who has to make decisions in case of an emergency. The bills introduced in the Michigan Senate aimed to prevent a dangerous dog attack before it happens. State senators Sean McCann is proposing bills that take aim at a dog's behavior, not the specific breeze. The bill will offer a way for people to file complaints over a dangerous dog. Local animal control agencies would investigate it. The behavior is deemed dangerous. It goes to a judge that owner would then have to contain the animal, local utility workers and postal workers would be made aware if the owner feels to comply. That would be a felony. Tesla may soon be offering more than electric vehicle charging to its customers. Here's Fox is tiny J. Power. Would you like fries with that vehicle charge? A new filing with the U. S Patent and Trademark Office says electric vehicle maker Tesla is looking to add restaurant services to its offerings. The application says that could include pop up self serve and take out restaurants and features a drawing of the iconic Tesla T logo. Tesla's CEO Elon Musk, has been hinting at the plan since 2018 when he tweeted that he wanted to put in an old school drive in roller skates in Iraq restaurant at the Tessler charging location in Los Angeles. He mentioned it again in April in response to a tweeted a photo of a long line outside a supercharger station in Santa Monica. Tanya J. Powers. Fox News. Taking a look at the world markets.

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"israeli opposition party" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:21 min | 6 months ago

"israeli opposition party" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"In israel's history over the past quarter century no figure has loomed larger than prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu lead the country for a while in the nineteen ninety s and then later returned and has held the job this time for twelve years dealing with multiple us presidents and overseeing multiple wars netanyahu endured through election after election but after the most recent one he was unable to form a governing coalition in israel's parliament and shortly before midnight last night israeli opposition parties said they have formed a government with the power to unseat him. Npr's jackie northam is covering this story from jerusalem. Either jackie money steve. I guess we should note. This isn't done. Because the knesset must vote to confirm the coalition. And isn't it a rather unwieldy group here. Oh well it certainly is in fact that was part of the problem with actually getting this agreement formed. It came right down to the wire. There was a lot of haggling over the past couple of days about how this new coalition government was gonna work who is going to get. What ministry and alike and the challenge is that the coalition is widely diverse. You have ultra right wing political groups. There's a centrist one and there's even an islamist muslim party so it really takes the full political spectrum here in israel with some stark ideological differences. the key thing that they have in common though steve is they want to oust prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu from office. They've managed to cobble together enough votes to get a slim majority in parliament. And if this coalition of parties can hold together it would. I be led by Neftali bennett for a couple of years. And he's seen as more right wing. Netanyahu and then after that a centrist politician year will be prime minister for a couple of years but steve. That's a long way into the future especially for israeli politics. Let's talk about the next few days. Even as netanyahu accepting defeat no. It doesn't seem that way. He waited into this whole debate. He tweeted this morning. That all right wing members of parliament must oppose dangerous left-wing government. So that doesn't sound like he's conceding at all members of this new coalition have been all over the airwaves this morning making their case which is a really tough sell for some of them particularly bennett. Who was an ally of netanyahu's you know. He's had protesters outside his host house for several days. Now so people in israel are split about this and my colleague cut lawns. Dorf spoke with some folks at a market here in jerusalem this morning One of them raphael mccully says he's looking forward to a new coalition government. I think it's a great change. And i'm really happy about it like i hope they will make it. Looks like it's going to be really hard. But i'm holding my fingers but david is rocky. Says he thinks things were just fine. Under netanyahu i when something is going on on was good. I would like him to stay but it didn't work. Saw what are you gonna do have set by. So as you can hear steve. Creating a coalition government to unseat. Netanyahu is a divisive issue here. Newsreel wife made such a diverse cast of people. Turn against netanyahu twelve years in power. That's a lot of time to make political enemies four elections in the past just over two years and they're all ended in deadlock. So you know things like the economy aren't being addressed at all Physically country is floundering. Netanyahu faces corruption charges. His trial is underway. And just so. Israelis are tired of and they want a change and that even despite this latest conflict with gaza which should have given him a boost in popularity because he's known as mister security but it did not so. It's just many people feel. It's time to go jackie. Thanks thank you steve. That's npr's jackie northam and jerusalem. This message comes from npr sponsor. Ford the all electric mustang mach e and twelve foot rocket take off the rocket launches up into the atmosphere while the all electric pony takes off toward the horizon at full speed visit for dot com for a new perspective on range..

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"israeli opposition party" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:18 min | 6 months ago

"israeli opposition party" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Two quick look at what else is happening in. Today's news or phase of a major environmental disaster off the coast of sri lanka a cargo ship laden with chemicals is sinking and new laws being introduced in russia which effectively bans president. Putin's rivals from running in elections in september and organizers at the tokyo olympics. Say ten thousand volunteers for the olympic and paralympic games have cropped out with fears of corona virus transmission and changes in circumstance given as a reason. Stay tuned to monocle twenty four throughout the day for more on these stories but i israeli opposition parties have reached an agreement to form a coalition government and asked the prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu. the deal was struck with around thirty minutes to go between midnight deadline last night. Then coalition will be fragile at best it brings together eight parties from across the political spectrum. And it'll be lead until twenty twenty. Three by the ultra nationalist. Leader natalie bennett. Let's hear now from yossi mekelberg senior consulting research fellow at the middle east and north africa program at chatham house a very warm. Welcome back good morning. Yossi someone who has followed the The activities have benjamin netanyahu for the last decade. Well twelve years very very closely. How does it feel this morning thinking that this may be the end of some dramatic events overnight is definitely feels different and for the first time you feel real chance of offer change and this is a change is very necessary as early society politic consistent considering the neal's policy because of fiscal options. I need to stay in bow. Almost obsessively make it with the government to follow him. It made it just necessarily to move post kenya just recap for his briefly. What happened in the last twenty four hours or what happened is sixty one members coming from six. Different holidays agreed on a coalition government. Now it's not an easy coalition because it comprises of of of of ideologies thousand different attitude Defend a as On those who believe in two state solution to those in the annexation of bounds of the west bank dozo more social democrats to those few marketing does want to to make the justice system Industrial want weekend so how. This can be concerned that Nineteen is the idea official. Count winnings you'll see we're having a few problems at the line but we will bear with you. Meanwhile let's in our from alison captain summer journalist for haret's very warm. Welcome good morning. Alison what does it fit like where you are this morning on. The kind of feels like a new day has dawned here. There's a lotta of cautious optimism. In the yesterday it was really likes the time when everyone's waiting for the new pope to be announced the the coalition members or the potential coalition members were sitting in a hotel in tel-aviv. Hammering out the last details and negotiating. Everyone was sort of sitting on edge to see if they would need the midnight deadline to be able to announce that yes we formed this coalition and it actually took the whole day and the whole evening and it happened at at eleven thirty. Pm at night. And we very historic photograph. Of pete tally bennett and mansour. Obas holding the document where they'd all agreed to the agree to the formation of the coalition. And the fact that an arab lawmaker was so central and is essential in creating israeli government coalition is definitely making history. It it's a history. It's a historical moment. However the reality is this is a government composed of bitter political rivals with eight different political backgrounds. Yes definitely. I don't know if i would use the word bitter like yes. They're definitely a very opposed in their position. There hasn't been a lot of. I think poison in the air as hammered out these These details and obviously that can change. But they all have something in common. And that is that there are little careers now. Really ride on whether this government presuming that it's approved in twelve days by can asset resuming. It's formed. It's all or nothing for them because these are not established political parties with historical basis of people who will vote for them again and again no matter what they do. A boss naftali bennett. Yala the people who have created this. They know that if this government doesn't work if it's not a success their political careers are over so they have everything Going in the direction of them my wanting to succeed so so yes there definitely huge ideological differences and they're worried about losing their political basis in the compromise. I say to make but they have a lot riding on this government success. You'll see one thing that's interesting in particular about this. Grouping is that there is an arab presence for the first time among them. You united arab list to become what the first party from israel's a sizable arab minority to join the government. How does that change things. I think the point italian was making is very important offers. Turn after the of Show long especially by netanyahu but all of a sudden in about it do not doubt is actually the king-maker in this in this coalition. We felt it. There is no there is no government and this can signals a change that yes it's it's it's legitimate full phone out to be part of government. I think it's still ashamed. There won't be an minister. Would list deputy minister for now healthy. Like maybe this is this way fo- and we see it in future. Addison we must mention benjamin netanyahu. israel's longest ruling premier there for twelve. Long years has clung onto power Incredibly tightly on the basis that only he is able to maintain israel's security and stability domestically and in the region. What does he do now. Well first of all it's not over till it's over First of all the speaker of the knesset has to announce the formation of this coalition. The the knesset has to approve the coalition. And for now anyway. The speaker of the knesset is a really loyal netanyahu ally yariv levin so there are kinds of tricks that could be pulled so i wouldn't count. Bb out until you know final The final vote has taken place in the knesset. Natanya says that he's going to stay in the opposition be fighting. Opposition member probably do his best to weaken or sabotage this government so that he can make a return and i believe he's going to do it if only for the reason that he remains a man on trial on corruption charges so he is going to cling to as much status and power as possible in order to to try to manage his own regarding the His legal situation so he is going to remain.

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"israeli opposition party" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:42 min | 6 months ago

"israeli opposition party" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Voter suppression. Bill we'll go to texas to speak with a leading democratic state lawmaker. Then we look at the severe under counting deaths of people of color by law enforcement children even greater numbers before we found six thousand chases unknown so we expect to find many more churches and we go to canada where the bodies of two hundred fifteen children have been found on the grounds of former residential school where indigenous children were sent out for being forcibly separated from their families by the canadian government. These poor children. They died alone. They died scared and they're not the only ones that are hidden in ingredients. All over canada to canadian government and the church is running residential schools and the same behavior led to that is still going now candidate still discriminating against first nations children all that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot. Org quarantine report. I'm amy goodman and texas democratic lawmakers states your dramatic walkout sunday night to prevent the republican controlled legislature from passing a sweeping bill to rewrite election laws in texas critics say the bill will lead to mass voter suppression especially of black and latinx next voters by eliminating drive through and twenty four hour voting as well as ballot drop boxes. The republican bill would also make it easier for elections to be overturned. Even if there's no evidence of fraud just before the state's legislative session ended texas house speaker dade felon announce. The bill had failed because there were no longer enough. Lawmakers present to reach a quorum after headlines will go to texas for the latest peru's government is admitted its covid nineteen. Death toll is nearly triple the number previously reported. Peru's new official toll of one hundred eighty deaths makes it the country with the highest per capita cova death rate in the world. Malaysia is entered a two week nationwide lockdown as case surge in southeast asian countries that it successfully tamp down the spread of covid nineteen the nam's begun mass testing and will limit public gatherings after a surge that officials are blaming on a new highly transmissible corona virus. Variant china's guangdong province has ordered lockdowns after a sudden spike in cases in geneva officials at the world health organization called monday for a new international treaty on pandemic preparedness. Who emergencies director. Mike ryan said that in the fight against emerging diseases pathogens have the upper hand every aspect of our lives they exploit our interconnectedness the lack of coordination or lack of solidarity our society inequities insurance. The pathogens are are winning this fight right now and that should not be The state of school and it should not be something except in brazil. Tens of thousands of protesters marched in over two hundred cities and towns. Saturday demanding the impeachment of the far-right president jair bolsonaro. Brazil continues to average more than sixty thousand new corona virus infections. Each day with an official death toll of four hundred sixty thousand. The protests came as brazil senate continues a high profile inquiry into both sonatas catastrophic handling of the pandemic and his government's slow rollout vaccines joining rio de janeiro's protests was monica than co. Whose fiancee mary. Al franken was murdered in two thousand eighteen by hit men with close ties to the bolsonaro family. It's duty to fight for democracy. This government is of no use to us. it doesn't serve the people and it's political project is to kill us. We take into the streets because we have no alternative. In colombia right wing president yvonne duquet deployed over a thousand troops to the city of cali over the weekend in response to ongoing massive anti-government protests duquet reportedly ordered some seven thousand soldiers to be sent to cali and other regions in the coming days on friday tens of thousands of people took to the streets across columbia tomorrow one month since massive mobilizations began in late april initially triggered by a now withdrawn tax reform protests have continued against uk's policies skyrocketing poverty and police violence in colombia. On friday. at least thirteen people were reported dead. In the city of cali alone china's is relaxing reproductive limits to allow married couples to have up to three children. It's the biggest change to china's population control laws since the lifting of the one child policy in two thousand sixteen a recent census showed a rise in the proportion of elderly people in china as the birth rate continues to fall. Triggering fears shrinking labor force in aging population could damage china's economy. The canadian governments facing pressure to declare a national day of mourning. After the bodies of two hundred fifteen children were found in british columbia on the grounds of a school for indigenous children who were forcibly separated from their families by the government. The bodies were discovered at the kamloops indian residential school which opened in eighteen ninety and closed in late seventies. The catholic church ran the school up until nineteen sixty nine. We'll have more on the story later in the broadcast. Israeli opposition parties are nearing agreement on governing coalition. That would bring an end to benjamin netanyahu's twelve year term as prime minister on sunday. His chief rival. Yeah year la pede said he would work to form a national unity government with ultra-nationalist leader. Neftali bennett the news. Came as netanyahu hosted egypt's spy chief in jerusalem for talks on simendinger may twenty-first cease-fire that capped israel's eleven day assault on the gaza strip the bombardment two hundred fifty six palestinians including at least sixty six children and displaced more than seventy thousand gazans here in the united states. Thousands gathered in washington dc on saturday for the national march for palestine. This is a money. Barak out of the palestine right to return coalition today heels deliberation billets closer than ever. It's time for israeli colonialism ethnic cleansing a military occupation and counselor to dismantle in florida at least twenty one. People were injured two dead early sunday when three gunmen opened fire on a concert. Venue in miami dade county surveillance video shows the three hooded and masked suspects rushing out of a stolen suv with assault rifles and handguns. They opened fire indiscriminately on the crowd. Some of whom fired back at them before fleeing the scene just seconds later the rescue was found monday submerged in a canal and the suspects remain at large according to the gun violence archive the us saw over two hundred mash shootings and the first one hundred thirty two days of twenty twenty one house. Democrats are planning to convene a select committee to investigate the january six insurrection after senate. Republicans succeeded in stonewalling. A bill that would have created a bipartisan commission to probe the capital of assault just six senate republicans joined democrats friday in a senate. Vote to break. A republican led filibuster that prompted some senate democrats to renew their calls to eliminate the filibuster but other democrats including joe mansion and kirsten cinema remain opposed while majority leader chuck. Schumer is not endorsed eliminating the filibuster. Meanwhile president trump's former national security adviser. General michael flynn called sunday for a military coup detente to overthrow the us government similar to the february coup in burma. That killed hundreds of people flynn's of former army general who was pardoned by trump for lying to the fbi. He was speaking at a weekend conference in dallas convened by cunanan conspiracy theorists and other trump supporters. Flynn field at a question from an audience member who identified himself as marine on. What happened in mar. Champi happen here. No reason.

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"israeli opposition party" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:42 min | 6 months ago

"israeli opposition party" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Voter suppression. Bill we'll go to texas to speak with a leading democratic state lawmaker. Then we look at the severe under counting deaths of people of color by law enforcement children even greater numbers before we found six thousand chases unknown so. We expect to find many more chances and go to canada where the bodies of two hundred fifteen children have been found on the grounds of former residential school where indigenous children were sent out for being forcibly separated from their families by the canadian government. These poor children. They died alone. They died scared and they're not the only ones that are hidden in ingredients. All over canada to canadian government and the church is running residential schools and the same behavior led to that is still going now candidate still discriminating against first nations children all that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot. Org quarantine report. I'm amy goodman and texas democratic lawmakers states your dramatic walkout sunday night to prevent the republican controlled legislature from passing a sweeping bill to rewrite election laws in texas critics say the bill will lead to mass voter suppression especially of black and latinx next voters by eliminating drive through and twenty four hour voting as well as ballot drop boxes. The republican bill would also make it easier for elections to be overturned. Even if there's no evidence of fraud just before the state's legislative session ended texas house speaker dade felon announce. The bill had failed because there were no longer enough. Lawmakers present to reach a quorum after headlines will go to texas for the latest peru's government is admitted its covid nineteen. Death toll is nearly triple the number previously reported. Peru's new official toll of one hundred eighty deaths makes it the country with the highest per capita cova death rate in the world. Malaysia is entered a two week nationwide lockdown as case surge in southeast asian countries that it successfully tamp down the spread of covid nineteen the nam's begun mass testing and will limit public gatherings after a surge that officials are blaming on a new highly transmissible corona virus. Variant china's guangdong province has ordered lockdowns after a sudden spike in cases in geneva at the world health organization called monday for a new international treaty on pandemic preparedness. Who emergencies director. Mike ryan said that in the fight against emerging diseases pathogens have the upper hand every aspect of our lives they exploit our interconnectedness the lack of coordination or lack of solidarity our society inequities insurance. The pathogens are are winning this fight right now and that should not be The state of school and it should not be something except in brazil. Tens of thousands of protesters marched in over two hundred cities and towns. Saturday demanding the impeachment of the far-right president jair bolsonaro. Brazil continues to average more than sixty thousand new corona virus infections. Each day with an official death toll of four hundred sixty thousand. The protests came as brazil senate continues a high profile inquiry into both sonatas catastrophic handling of the pandemic and his government's slow rollout vaccines joining rio de janeiro's protests was monica than co. Whose fiancee mary. Al franken was murdered in two thousand eighteen by hit men with close ties to the bolsonaro family. Its duty to fight for democracy. This government is of no use to us. it doesn't serve the people and it's political project is to kill us. We take into the streets because we have no alternative. In colombia right wing president yvonne duquet deployed over a thousand troops to the city of cali over the weekend in response to ongoing massive anti-government protests duquet reportedly ordered some seven thousand soldiers to be sent to cali and other regions in the coming days on friday tens of thousands of people took to the streets across columbia tomorrow one month since massive mobilizations began in late april initially triggered by a now withdrawn tax reform protests have continued against uk's policies skyrocketing poverty and police violence in colombia. On friday. at least thirteen people were reported dead. In the city of cali alone china's is relaxing reproductive limits to allow married couples to have up to three children. It's the biggest change to china's population control laws since the lifting of the one child policy in two thousand sixteen a recent census showed a rise in the proportion of elderly people in china as the birth rate continues to fall. Triggering fears shrinking labor force in aging population could damage china's economy. The canadian governments facing pressure to declare a national day of mourning. After the bodies of two hundred fifteen children were found in british columbia on the grounds of a school for indigenous children who were forcibly separated from their families by the government. The bodies were discovered at the kamloops indian residential school which opened in eighteen ninety and closed in late seventies. The catholic church ran the school up until nineteen sixty nine. We'll have more on the story later in the broadcast. Israeli opposition parties are nearing agreement on governing coalition. That would bring an end to benjamin netanyahu's twelve year term as prime minister on sunday. His chief rival. Yeah year pede said he would work to form a national unity government with ultra-nationalist leader neftali bennett. The news came. As netanyahu hosted egypt's spy chief in jerusalem for talks on simendinger may twenty-first cease-fire that capped israel's eleven day assault on the gaza strip the bombardment. Two hundred fifty six palestinians including at least sixty six children and displaced more than seventy thousand gazans here in the united states. Thousands gathered in washington dc on saturday for the national march for palestine. This is a money. Barak out of the palestine right to return coalition today heels. The billets is closer than ever. It's time for israeli colonialism ethnic cleansing apartheid military occupation and counselor to dismantle in florida at least twenty. One people were injured. Two dead early sunday when three gunmen opened fire on a concert. Venue in miami dade county surveillance video shows the three hooded and masked suspects rushing out of a stolen suv with assault rifles and handguns. They opened fire indiscriminately on the crowd. Some of whom fired back at them before fleeing the scene just seconds later the rescue was found monday submerged in a canal and the suspects remain at large according to the gun violence archive the us saw over two hundred mash shootings and the first one hundred thirty two days of twenty twenty one house. Democrats are planning to convene a select committee to investigate the january six insurrection after senate. Republicans succeeded in stonewalling. A bill that would have created a bipartisan commission to probe the capital of assault just six senate republicans joined democrats friday in a senate. Vote to break. A republican led filibuster that prompted some senate democrats to renew their calls to eliminate the filibuster but other democrats including joe mansion and kirsten cinema remain opposed while majority leader chuck. Schumer is not endorsed eliminating the filibuster. Meanwhile president trump's former national security adviser. General michael flynn called sunday for a military coup detente to overthrow the us government similar to the february coup in burma. That killed hundreds of people flynn's of former army general who was pardoned by trump for lying to the fbi. He was speaking at a weekend conference in dallas convened by cunanan conspiracy theorists and other trump supporters. Flynn field at a question from an audience member who identified himself as marine. I wanna know on what happened. Minimum mar champi happen here. No reason.

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08:29 min | 6 months ago

"israeli opposition party" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Suppression. Bill we'll go to texas to speak with a leading democratic state lawmaker. Then we look at the severe under counting deaths of people of color by law enforcement children even greater numbers before we found six thousand chases unknown so we expect to find many more churches and we go to canada where the bodies of two hundred fifteen children have been found on the grounds of former residential school where indigenous children were sent out for being forcibly separated from their families by the canadian government. These poor children. They died alone. They died scared and they're not the only ones that are hidden in ingredients. All over canada to canadian government and the church is running residential schools and the same behavior led to that is still going now candidate still discriminating against first nations children all that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot. Org quarantine report. I'm amy goodman and texas democratic lawmakers states your dramatic walkout sunday night to prevent the republican controlled legislature from passing a sweeping bill to rewrite election laws in texas critics say the bill will lead to mass voter suppression especially of black and latinx next voters by eliminating drive through and twenty four hour voting as well as ballot drop boxes. The republican bill would also make it easier for elections to be overturned. Even if there's no evidence of fraud just before the state's legislative session ended texas house speaker dade felon announce. The bill had failed because there were no longer enough. Lawmakers present to reach a quorum after headlines will go to texas for the latest peru's government is admitted its covid nineteen. Death toll is nearly triple the number previously reported. Peru's new official toll of one hundred eighty deaths makes it the country with the highest per capita cova death rate in the world. Malaysia is entered a two week nationwide lockdown as case surge in southeast asian countries that it successfully tamp down the spread of covid nineteen the nam's begun mass testing and will limit public gatherings after a surge that officials are blaming on a new highly transmissible corona virus. Variant china's guangdong province has ordered lockdowns after a sudden spike in cases in geneva at the world health organization called monday for a new international treaty on pandemic preparedness. Who emergencies director. Mike ryan said that in the fight against emerging diseases pathogens have the upper hand every aspect of our lives they exploit our interconnectedness the lack of coordination or lack of solidarity our society inequities insurance. The pathogens are are winning this fight right now and that should not be The state of school and it should not be something except in brazil. Tens of thousands of protesters marched in over two hundred cities and towns. Saturday demanding the impeachment of the far-right president jair bolsonaro. Brazil continues to average more than sixty thousand new corona virus infections. Each day with an official death toll of four hundred sixty thousand. The protests came as brazil senate continues a high profile inquiry into both sonatas catastrophic handling of the pandemic and his government's slow rollout vaccines joining rio de janeiro's protests was monica than co. Whose fiancee mary. Al franken was murdered in two thousand eighteen by hit men with close ties to the bolsonaro family. It's duty to fight for democracy. This government is of no use to us. it doesn't serve the people and it's political project is to kill us. We have taken to the streets because we have no alternative. In colombia right wing president yvonne duquet deployed over a thousand troops to the city of cali over the weekend in response to ongoing massive anti-government protests duquet reportedly ordered some seven thousand soldiers to be sent to cali and other regions in the coming days on friday. Tens of thousands of people took to the streets across columbia tomorrow one month. Since massive mobilizations began in late april initially triggered by a now withdrawn tax reform protests have continued against. uk's policies skyrocketing poverty and police violence in colombia. on friday. At least thirteen people were reported dead in the city of cali alone china's is relaxing reproductive limits to allow married couples to have up to three children. It's the biggest change to china's population control laws since the lifting of the one child policy in two thousand sixteen a recent census showed a rise in the proportion of elderly people in china as the birth rate continues to fall. Triggering fears shrinking labor force in aging population could damage china's economy. The canadian governments facing pressure to declare a national day of mourning. After the bodies of two hundred fifteen children were found in british columbia on the grounds of a school for indigenous children who were forcibly separated from their families by the government. The bodies were discovered at the kamloops indian residential school which opened in eighteen ninety and closed in late seventies. The catholic church ran the school up until nineteen sixty nine. We'll have more on the story later in the broadcast. Israeli opposition parties are nearing agreement on governing coalition. That would bring an end to benjamin netanyahu's twelve year term as prime minister on sunday. His chief rival. Yeah year la pede said he would work to form a national unity government with ultra-nationalist leader. Neftali bennett the news. Came as netanyahu hosted egypt's spy chief in jerusalem for talks on simendinger may twenty-first cease-fire that capped israel's eleven day assault on the gaza strip the bombardment two hundred fifty six palestinians including at least sixty six children and displaced more than seventy thousand gazans here in the united states. Thousands gathered in washington dc on saturday for the national march for palestine. This is a money. Barak out of the palestine right to return coalition us today. Heels deliberation billets is closer than ever. It's time for israeli colonialism lindsay apartheid military occupation and counselor to dismantle in florida at least twenty. One people were injured. Two dead early sunday when three gunmen opened fire on a concert. Venue in miami dade county surveillance video shows the three hooded and masked suspects rushing out of a stolen suv with assault rifles and handguns. They opened fire indiscriminately on the crowd. Some of whom fired back at them before fleeing the scene just seconds later the rescue was found monday submerged in a canal and the suspects remain at large according to the gun violence archive the us saw over two hundred mash shootings and the first one hundred thirty two days of twenty twenty one house. Democrats are planning to convene a select committee to investigate the january six insurrection after senate. Republicans succeeded in stonewalling. A bill that would have created a bipartisan commission to probe the capital of assault just six senate republicans joined democrats friday in a senate. Vote to break. A republican led filibuster that prompted some senate democrats to renew their calls to eliminate the filibuster but other democrats including joe mansion and kirsten cinema remain opposed while majority leader chuck. Schumer is not endorsed eliminating the filibuster. Meanwhile president trump's former national security adviser. General michael flynn called sunday for a military coup detente to overthrow the us government similar to the february coup in burma. That killed hundreds of people flynn's of former army general who was pardoned by trump for lying to the fbi. He was speaking at a weekend conference in dallas convened by cunanan conspiracy theorists and other trump supporters. Flynn field at a question from an audience member who identified himself as marine. I wanna know on what.

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Democracy Now! Audio

08:29 min | 6 months ago

"israeli opposition party" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Suppression. Bill we'll go to texas to speak with a leading democratic state lawmaker. Then we look at the severe under counting deaths of people of color by law enforcement people children even greater numbers before we found six thousand chases unknown so we expect to find many more churches and we go to canada where the bodies of two hundred fifteen children have been found on the grounds of former residential school where indigenous children were sent out for being forcibly separated from their families by the canadian government. These poor children. They died alone. They died scared and they're not the only ones that are hidden in ingredients. All over canada to canadian government and the church is running residential schools and the same behavior led to that is still going now candidate still discriminating against first nations children all that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot. Org teen report. I'm amy goodman and texas democratic lawmakers states your dramatic walkout sunday night to prevent the republican controlled legislature from passing a sweeping bill to rewrite election laws in texas critics say the bill will lead to mass voter suppression especially of black and latinx next voters by eliminating drive through and twenty four hour voting as well as ballot drop boxes. The republican bill would also make it easier for elections to be overturned. Even if there's no evidence of fraud just before the state's legislative session ended texas house speaker dade felon announce. The bill had failed because there were no longer enough. Lawmakers present to reach a quorum after headlines will go to texas for the latest peru's government is admitted its covid nineteen. Death toll is nearly triple the number previously reported. Peru's new official toll of one hundred eighty deaths makes it the country with the highest per capita cova death rate in the world. Malaysia is entered a two week nationwide lockdown as case surge in southeast asian countries that it successfully tamp down the spread of covid nineteen the nam's begun mass testing and will limit public gatherings after a surge that officials are blaming on a new highly transmissible corona virus. Variant china's guangdong province has ordered lockdowns after a sudden spike in cases in geneva at the world health organization called monday for a new international treaty on pandemic preparedness. Who emergencies director. Mike ryan said that in the fight against emerging diseases pathogens have the upper hand every aspect of our lives. They exploited our interconnectedness the lack of coordination or lack of solidarity our society inequities insurance. The pathogens are are winning this fight right now and that should not be The state of school and it should not be something except in brazil. Tens of thousands of protesters marched in over two hundred cities and towns. Saturday demanding the impeachment of the far-right president jair bolsonaro. Brazil continues to average more than sixty thousand new corona virus infections. Each day with an official death toll of four hundred sixty thousand. The protests came as brazil senate continues a high profile inquiry into both sonatas catastrophic handling of the pandemic and his government's slow rollout vaccines joining rio de janeiro's protests was monica than co. Whose fiancee mary. Al franken was murdered in two thousand eighteen by hit men with close ties to the bolsonaro family. It's duty to fight for democracy. This government is of no use to us. it doesn't serve the people and it's political project is to kill us. We have taken to the streets because we have no alternative. In colombia right wing president yvonne duquet deployed over a thousand troops to the city of cali over the weekend in response to ongoing massive anti-government protests duquet reportedly ordered some seven thousand soldiers to be sent to cali and other regions in the coming days on friday. Tens of thousands of people took to the streets across columbia tomorrow one month. Since massive mobilizations began in late april initially triggered by a now withdrawn tax reform protests have continued against. uk's policies skyrocketing poverty and police violence in colombia. on friday. At least thirteen people were reported dead in the city of cali alone china's is relaxing reproductive limits to allow married couples to have up to three children. It's the biggest change to china's population control laws since the lifting of the one child policy in two thousand sixteen a recent census showed a rise in the proportion of elderly people in china as the birth rate continues to fall. Triggering fears shrinking labor force in aging population could damage china's economy. The canadian governments facing pressure to declare a national day of mourning. After the bodies of two hundred fifteen children were found in british columbia on the grounds of a school for indigenous children who were forcibly separated from their families by the government. The bodies were discovered at the kamloops indian residential school which opened in eighteen ninety and closed in late seventies. The catholic church ran the school up until nineteen sixty nine. We'll have more on the story later in the broadcast. Israeli opposition parties are nearing agreement on governing coalition. That would bring an end to benjamin netanyahu's twelve year term as prime minister on sunday. His chief rival. Yeah year la pede said he would work to form a national unity government with ultra-nationalist leader. Neftali bennett the news. Came as netanyahu hosted egypt's spy chief in jerusalem for talks on simendinger may twenty-first cease-fire that capped israel's eleven day assault on the gaza strip the bombardment two hundred fifty six palestinians including at least sixty six children and displaced more than seventy thousand gazans here in the united states. Thousands gathered in washington dc on saturday for the national march for palestine. This is a money. Barak out of the palestine right to return coalition among us today. Heels deliberation billets closer than ever. It's time for israeli colonialism lindsay apartheid military occupation and counselor to dismantle in florida at least twenty. One people were injured. Two dead early sunday when three gunmen opened fire on a concert. Venue in miami dade county surveillance video shows the three hooded and masked suspects rushing out of a stolen suv with assault rifles and handguns. They opened fire indiscriminately on the crowd. Some of whom fired back at them before fleeing the scene just seconds later the rescue was found monday submerged in a canal and the suspects remain at large according to the gun violence archive the us saw over two hundred mash shootings and the first one hundred thirty two days of twenty twenty one house. Democrats are planning to convene a select committee to investigate the january six insurrection after senate. Republicans succeeded in stonewalling. A bill that would have created a bipartisan commission to probe the capital of assault just six senate republicans joined democrats friday in a senate. Vote to break. A republican led filibuster that prompted some senate democrats to renew their calls to eliminate the filibuster democrats including joe mansion and kirsten cinema remain opposed while majority leader. Chuck schumer is not endorsed eliminating the filibuster. Meanwhile president trump's former national security adviser general. Michael flynn called sunday for a military coup detente to overthrow the. Us government similar to the february coup in burma. That killed hundreds of people flynn's of former army general who was pardoned by trump for lying to the fbi. He was speaking at a weekend conference in dallas convened by cunanan conspiracy theorists and other trump supporters. Flynn field at a question from an audience member who identified himself as marine. I wanna know on what.

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"israeli opposition party" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:28 min | 6 months ago

"israeli opposition party" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Texas to speak with a leading Democratic State lawmaker. Then we look at the severe undercounting of deaths of people of color. By law, enforcement people are being shown now, even greater numbers in higher rates than has been reported. We found six thousand cases, that are unknown. So we expect to find many more choices. Thursday, we go to Canada where the bodies of 215 children have been found on the grounds of a former residential school, where indigenous children were sent after being forcibly separated, from, Their families by the Canadian government. These poor children, they die alone, and they died scared. And they're not the only ones that are hidden in Graves all over Canada due to the Canadian government. And the church is running a residential schools and the same behavior that led to that is still going on. Now, Canada's still discriminating against First Nations children, all that and more FAQ coming up, welcome to democracy Now, democracynow.org, the quarantine report. I'm Amy Goodman and Texas democratic. Lawmakers States your dramatic walk out Sunday night to prevent the republican-controlled legislature from passing, a sweeping Bill to rewrite election laws in Texas critics say the girl will lead to mass voter suppression especially if black and Latin X voters by eliminating drive-through and 24-hour voting as well as ballot drop boxes. The Republican bill would also make sure Easier for elections to be overturned even if there's no evidence of fraud, just before the state's, legislative session ended Texas house, Speaker, Dade felon announced the Bill Jacobs Field because there were no longer enough lawmakers present to reach a quorum. After headlines will go to Texas for the latest peruse government has admitted. It's covid-19, death toll, has nearly tripled the number of previously, reported peruse new official total of 180000 deaths makes it the country with the highest per capita covid-19. In the world, Malaysia's entered a two-week Nationwide, lock down as case is Serge and South East Asian countries, that it successfully tapped down the spread of covid-19. Vietnam has begun Mass, testing and we'll limit public Gatherings. After a surge that officials are blaming on a new highly transmissible coronavirus variant. China's guandong province has ordered lockdowns after a sudden spike in cases in Geneva officials at the World Health Organization called Monday for a new international treaty pandemic preparedness, who emergencies director? Mike Ryan said that in the fight against emerging diseases, pathogens have the upper hand, the chicken and kill us, and disrupt every aspect of Our Lives. They exploit our interconnectedness. They expose our lack of coordination or lack of solidarity and our society, like inequities in short block. The passage of those are our winning this fight right now and that should not be the status quo and it should not be something. We accept in Brazil, tens of thousands of protesters marched over 200 wage cities and towns Saturday demanding, the impeachment of the far-right, presidential year, bolsonaro, Brazil continues to average more than 60,000 new coronavirus infections. Each day with an official dead, So a 460,000 the protest came as Brazil Senate continues a high-profile inquiry into both sonatas catastrophic handling of the pandemic and his government's slow rollout of vaccines off. Joining Rio de Janeiro's protest. Was Monica Geneseo, who is fiancee? Marielle Franco was murdered in 2018 by hit men with close ties to the bush scenario, family home. It's a duty to fight for democracy. This government is of no use to us. It doesn't serve the people and its political project is to kill us. We have taken to the streets because we have no alternative wage in Columbia. Right-wing President is on Duke a deployed over a thousand troops to the city of Kali over the weekend in response to ongoing massive. Anti-government, protests Duke are reportedly ordered some 7,000 soldiers to be sent to Kali and other regions in the coming days on Friday. Tens of thousands of people took to the streets across Columbia to mark one month since mass of mobilizations began in late April initially true. Buy a now withdrawn tax reform protests have continued against suitcase, policies, skyrocketing poverty and police violence in Columbia on Friday at least 13, people reported dead in the city of Cali alone. China's government is relaxing reproductive limits to allow married couples to have up to three children. It's the biggest change to China's population, control laws, since the lifting of the one child policy in a 2016. A recent census showed a rise in the proportion of elderly people in China. As the birth rate continues to fall triggering, fears a shrinking labor force, an aging population. Could get damaged China's economy. The Canadian government's facing pressure to declare a national day of mourning after the bodies of 215 children were found in British Columbia on the grounds of a school for Janice children who are forcibly separated from their families. By the government, the bodies were discovered at the Kamloops Indian residential school, which opened in 1890 and closed in the late. Seventies the Chrome Like church ran the school up until nineteen sixty-nine will have more on the story later in the broadcast Israeli opposition. Parties are nearing agreement on a governing Coalition, that would bring an end to Benjamin. Netanyahu's 12,000 term, as prime minister on Sunday, his chief rival. Yeah, you're Le peed said he would work to form a national Unity government with ultra nationalist leader, naftali Bennett, the news came as Netanyahu. I spy Chief in Jerusalem for talks on cementing. A May 21st cease-fire that capped Israel's 11-day of salt on the Gaza Strip. The bombardment 256 Palestinians including least, sixty six children and displace more than 70,000 gazans here in the United States, thousands gathered in Washington DC on Saturday for the national March for Palestine. This is a lot of a lot of the Palestine re to return coalition. Liberation of Palestine is closer than ever. Do you think it's time for Israeli? Settler colonialism, ethnic cleansing, a smart. I'd military occupation and thousands blocking to be in Florida. At least Twenty One people were injured in two days. Early, Sunday, when three gunmen opened fire on a concert venue. In Miami-Dade County, surveillance video shows the three hooded and masked suspects. Rushing out of a stolen SUV with assault rifles and handguns. They open fire in discriminately on the crowd. Some of whom fired back at them before. Fleeing the scene, just seconds later. The rest UV was found Monday, submerged in a canal on the suspects. Remain at large wage according to the gun violence. Archive, the US are over two hundred mass, shootings in the first one hundred. Thirty two days of twenty Twenty-One house. Democrats home I need to convene a select committee to investigate the January, 6th and Direction after Senate Republicans succeeded in stonewalling, a bill that would have created a bipartisan commission to probe the capital of salt. Just six Senate, Republicans joined, Democrats Friday in a senate vote to break a republican-led. Filibuster that prompted some Senate Democrats to renew their calls to eliminate the filibuster but other Democrats including Joe manchin and kyrsten Sinema remain opposed while Majority Leader. Chuck Schumer is not endorsed eliminating the filibuster meanwhile. Ex President Trump's former National Security adviser General Michael Flynn song called Sunday for a military coup, d'etat to overthrow the US government similar to the February coup. In Burma that killed hundreds of people. Flynn's of former Army General who was pardoned, by Trump for lying down the FBI. He was speaking at a weekend conference in Dallas. Convened by qanon conspiracy theorist, another Trump supporters. Fling field to the question from an audience member who identified himself as a Marine. I want to know why what.

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"israeli opposition party" Discussed on Dailycast News

Dailycast News

03:57 min | 6 months ago

"israeli opposition party" Discussed on Dailycast News

"This is news headlines in four minutes with alan edwards on memorial day president joe biden honored americans war dead at arlington national cemetery in employs the nation to heal all we do in our common life as a nation as part of that struggle. The struggle for democracy is taking place around the world democracy and autocracy israeli parties seeking to dislodge benjamin netanyahu as prime minister a must work together to unify unify the country in the face of incitements to violence a key. Opposition leader said monday. Michael patterson reports year lapid chairman of the party said that while at new era of israeli political history after netanyahu could begin within a week disagreements among an emerging coalition of centrist right wing and liberal politicians must be ironed out. Before a proposed new government headed by amina party leader. Naftali bennett can be put in place rapids. Comments came a day after israeli. Opposition parties announced a plan to form a unity government to unseat. Netanyahu israelis longest serving prime minister authorities. Arrested would be mass shooter after. Investigators intercepted a message regarding his plans to attack texas retailer. The local sheriff's office said twenty eight year old. Thomas blevins of kerrville texas stands accused of plotting the attack. The kirk county sheriff's office called blevins a threat to national security in a facebook. Post regarding his arrest kerr county is located. Just northwest of san antonio blevins was being held on a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar bond. A six point one magnitude earthquake hit southcentral alaska from homer to fairbanks minimal damage. Local officials said michael patterson reports the alaska quake center said. The temblor was centered. Sixty miles to the east of tacoma and one hundred miles northeast of anchorage was felt most strongly in the madden esca sioux city valley in anchorage areas the us geological survey reported. The quake affected a largely rural area residents said the tremors were enough to send items flying off the shelves. Mobile vaccination units hits small us towns to boost immunity jason's abolish reports. It's one of the tactics. Health officials are using across the country to counter waning interest in vaccinations in tiny towns churches. Ballparks strip clubs. Even marijuana dispensaries officials are setting up shop in offering incentives to entice people as the nation's struggles to reach herd immunity future. Promotional ideas include raffles open to residents. Who are fully vaccinated by july fourth colorado maryland ohio new york and oregon among several states already enticing people with lottery prizes approaching five million dollars more than five hundred thousand are in danger of having prolonged water access issues following the eruption of mount sneer congo and the democratic republic of the congo health. Experts said monday mountaineer. Congo erupted on may twenty second killing at least thirty one people while many have returned to the area. It's unclear how they will manage without clean water. Doctors without borders said the coast guard said it is calling off the search for ten missing cuban migrants days after the boat capsized out the coast of key west florida. The coast guard announced the termination of the operation on sunday stating in a statement vessels and aircraft from multiple conducted multiple search patterns covering some eight thousand eight hundred sixty four square miles of ocean since a boat capsized last week naomi. Osaka withdrew from the french open on monday and wrote on twitter that she would be taking a break from competition. A dramatic turn of events for the four time grand slam champion. Who said she has suffered long bouts of depression. Osaka's agent confirmed in an email to the associated press and that's news headlines in four minutes. I'm alan edwards..

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Could This Be the End of Benjamin Netanyahu's Political Career?

BBC Newsday

02:01 min | 6 months ago

Could This Be the End of Benjamin Netanyahu's Political Career?

"Of Benjamin Netanyahu beyond wise to strike him off, But it looks like a key Israeli opposition party has backed Unity government, excluding Mr Netanyahu, Man in question is the ultra nationalist leader Naftali Bennett, who announced that his party would join talks to form a governing coalition with the centrist Party leader Yah Lapid. Mr Netanyahu's reacted saying the proposed deal would weaken Israel. Oh, in ultimate is senior correspondent at the 24 news child in Tel Aviv and joins us now. Oh, and thanks for coming on I mean, most people if they know about Bennett, they'll know that he has more in common with Netanyahu, uh, with the anyone else s. So why is this happening now? And will it work? Do you think It's happening now. Because over the course of two years, Benjamin Netanyahu has lost more and more pieces of the Israeli right. And there are hundreds of thousands of Israelis who have gone to the polls again, most recently in our last elections and have said they are right wing, but they would rather have a government that is dominated by the center left then have Benjamin. It's now return to power. A number of political parties went to voters and said, You have two options. Option A Netanyahu staying in power Option B, a center left government even though you voter are right wing voter and hundreds of thousands of Israeli right wing voters opted for option B on so that basically led those parties to become a balance of power and then cooked up with the center left. And put themselves in a position on the cusp of ousting Israel's longest serving prime minister. Right. So you suggest that this has been going on for a while, anyway, a sort of Ah, drift or removed. But hasn't he been able to present himself as Mr Security? That's who he's always presented himself as we've heard his comments, saying, Who's going to look after the settlers? That kind of thing? Doesn't that count anymore? Accounts among the large spar thought that Israeli voters and again don't forget this coalition if it's formed, has a very narrow majority. And Netanyahu still in every single poll has a plurality of the votes when the public's asked who they want to be prime minister, But it's not enough. It's not enough for him to get a majority in the

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"israeli opposition party" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

07:15 min | 6 months ago

"israeli opposition party" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"To you live from London. I'm James Menendez. We're gonna start today in Israel, where Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's hopes of clinging on to power. It seemed to be fading. He's the country's longest serving premiere. But it's past of forming a coalition government after four elections in two years is narrowing fast. That's because a key former ally, the leader of the far right You mean a party, Naftali Bennett has announced he's throwing his hat into the ring with the opposition leader, Abdullah Pete. Centrist party came second to Mr Netanyahu's Likud in marches vote. They now have until Wednesday to try to put together a government. Well, This is what Naftali Bennett had to say a couple of hours ago. Magnet in your column in the cellar Conventionality Moon. Mr. Netanyahu is no longer trying to form a right wing government because he knows full well that there isn't one he is seeking to take the whole national camp. And the whole country with him on his personal last stand. This decisive moment. We must take responsibility. So today I'm announcing that I intend to work with all my might to form a national unity government with my friend ya yearly peed so that God willing together we can save the country from a tailspin on return Israel to its course. But surely after that, Mr Netanyahu also appeared on television to say this are the cumin man Phil. It's small, don't form a left wing government. Such a government is a danger to Israel's security in future. Think about it. What will it do for Israel's deterrence? How will we look in the eyes of our enemies? What will they say? In Iran? What will they say in Gaza? What will they do in Iran and in Gaza? What we say in the halls of government in Washington? Let's go live to Jerusalem and talk to the BBC's Yelland. Nell, your land. Is it definitely game over for Benjamin Netanyahu. I don't know. We can say it's definitely game over. But certainly Israel is much closer to a new coalition that's likely to unseat it's. It's a long time leader. We just can't write him off yet because we know that he is a great political survivor, and we heard what he was saying there you nose after Neftali Bennett, who is being a kingmaker since the last general election. Announced his plans to join the unity government, saying that there was no right wing government. It was possible it was either this or fish election. Well, Mr Netanyahu made his appeal really too right wing members of parliament who are from parties that are set to join this coalition that's from Neftali Bennett. Sonja mean a party and also from another party called New Hope, which is also headed by another former ally off Mr Netanyahu called Gideon Saar, and he talked directly to them. Accusing of Tony Bennett of misleading the public because he had said previously that he wouldn't join a government headed by Yella peed on And he said Tonto, right wing politicians who will take care of settlements a Majin the security Cabinet that won't take a proper stand on Iran meeting in the first week after this new government takes over. And he was really I suppose trying to chip away as support for this new coalition government, knowing that if he can just win over Ah, handful of members of Parliament he could get the new government to fall. Yella peed in the centrist meth early Bennett on the right quite far to the right. I mean, they seem unlikely bedfellows. Well, yes, indeed. They are on died. Think this is a line up? If you look across the coalition government, what's being talked about it represents really all of the political spectrum on it's something that's quite remarkable. We've not seen the likes of it in Israeli politics before. If this perspective government really does get sworn in on The problem they have as well is that they have very little in common beyond their opposition to Benjamin Netanyahu, beyond their their call for change what they're accusing Benjamin Netanyahu of his fostering divisions within the country, putting his own personal political future over what's good for the country. Of course, Benjamin Netanyahu is on trial for corruption. Which he denies. Yella Peter's suggested that there are economic issues pressing security challenges where the parties will be able to come together. But there's no doubt this will be a fragile coalition. If it if it does get sworn into government on they would be forced to kick some very sensitive issues into the long grass. Now, if Mr Netanyahu That's something that he could look to exploit if it does work out for them, who would become next prime minister them. So the expectation is that Naftali Bennett's words be first in a rotation off the prime minister that he would serve for two years. While Yella Pete would service foreign minister and then yell appeared would take over as prime minister? If if the government can last that long? That's something that is a bit surprising because Naftali Bennett does control the much smaller number of seats. Six seats in the 120 seats in the Israeli Parliament, compared Toc 17 for yellow Pedes yesterday. Teeth party, But it's a recognition. I think that actually there is still of a broad support for the right wing of Israeli politics. That's how that the last election turned out that something that Benjamin Netanyahu was also referred. Into in his TV address on so it's seen as being a fitting compromise, also bringing Gideon Saar onboard to have Naftali Bennett as as the next prime minister. Yeah, the island. One final thought, of course, the fighting over Gaza between Israel and amassing Garza's throne again the light on toe the fate of Palestinians in Gaza, but also Palestinians living in Israel, Israel, Israel, Israeli Arabs and, of course, the situation on the West Bank. Does that any of this have any impact on that? I mean, the next government will undoubtedly have to make some very difficult decisions as much as it might want to avoid them, But it's very interesting if you look at the makeup on the Palestinian issue, because you have on the far left merits, which opposes the occupation of the Palestinian territories on we know that in the past year, Meena on the far right Neftali Ben, it's a former set the leader. He's called for Israel to annex most of the West Bank. This is also the government that will be relying on a small Power of Islamist party called from the United Arab list. It will give it outside backing to the government. We understand that actually broke off coalition talks a couple of weeks ago because of the intercommunal violence in mixed Jewish and Arab cities on because things were just becoming so tense over Garza as well. So there will be many things that test this pallet particular set of coalition partners. Land. Thank you very much. Indeed. The BBC's yellow now joining us live from Jerusalem..

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