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Saudi court issues verdicts in Khashoggi murder
"A Saudi court issued final verdicts on Monday in the case of slain Washington Post, columnist sounded critic Jamal Kashogi after his son who still resides in the kingdom announced pardons that sped five of the convicted individuals from execution. While the trial draws to its conclusion in Saudi Arabia. The case continues to cast a shadow over the international standing of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman associates have been sanctioned by the US and the UK for their alleged involvement in the brutal killing, which took place inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. The Riyadh criminal courts. Final verdicts were announced by Saudi Arabia state television which aired few details about the eight Saudi nationals and did not name them. The court ordered a maximum sentence of twenty years in prison for the five. Another individual received a ten year sentence and two others were ordered to serve seven years in prison. A team of fifteen Saudi agents had flown to Turkey to meet Kashogi inside the consulate for his appointment on October. Second two, thousand, eighteen to pick up. That would allow him to marry his Turkish fiance who waited outside. The team included a forensic doctor intelligence and security offices and individuals who worked directly for the Crown Prince's office according to Agnes. Cala MoD who investigated the killing for the United Nations Turkish officials alleged Kashogi was killed and then dismembered with a bone saw inside the consulate and his remains put in a tandoor oven. His body has been found. Turkey apparently had the consulate bugged and shared audio of the killing with the CIA among others. Western intelligence agencies, as well as the US Congress of said the Crown Prince Baz responsibility for the killing. He also maintains the support of Donald. Trump. Likely for his preference for the eight billion dollar arms deal. He had just closed Saudi Arabia's trial of the suspects has been widely criticised by rights, groups and observers who note that no senior officials nor anyone suspected of ordering the killing has been found guilty. The independence of the Rianne Criminal Court has also been questioned.
Turkey gives IS militant 40 life sentences for 2017 attack
"Turkish court sentencing an Islamic state group suspect, a life in prison over the New Year's Eve attack on a nightclub in Istanbul. That left 39 people dead. That happened in 2017. The suspect was convicted of 39 counts of murder and one count of attempting to overthrow the constitutional order. He was handed down 40 separate life sentences without parole. The court also sentenced him to a total of 1368 years. The attempted murder of 79 people who escaped the attack with injuries
"istanbul" Discussed on KCRW
"Most of this most of this town. This is 10 times worse than, but the Morgans aren't fixing any roofs. After this storm, they were one of so many small businesses who couldn't stay afloat in the economic chaos caused by covert 19. Jon Stewart. NPR news like Charles, Louisiana. Turkish authorities say the top Isis figure in Turkey is in custody. NPR's Peter Kenyan reports he had been planning attacks in Turkey. Turkey's Interior Minister, Suleyman Soil, who identified the suspect as Mahmoud Alston, and says he was detained as part of a police operation that is still ongoing. So who said plans describing future attacks inside Turkey were also seized in the raid and suspected Isis fighters detained along with US Dan are being interrogated. Solo described Ozden is the Isis emir for Turkey. He says computers and other digital material seized in the raid suggest the group was planning to kidnap Turkish politicians and attack businesses in Turkey. Turkey's been targeted by Isis in the past, including an attack at an Istanbul nightclub on New Year's Day 2017 that killed 39 people. Peter Kenyan NPR NEWS Istanbul, This is NPR. The Agriculture Department has changed policy on free school lunches for Children this fall, it had been pressured by Congress. The agency will allow families to receive free food from any convenience school even if the child is not enrolled there. This is similar to summer free food programs for Children. The Agriculture Department says the program will only last the rest of this calendar year and if there's enough funding for it Authorities in Rwanda have arrested the man who inspired the Hollywood film Hotel Rwanda. NPR's later Peralta reports he is accused of supporting attacks on civilians. Paul Rusesabagina was paraded handcuffed in front of cameras. The spokesman for Rwanda's Investigation Bureau says he is facing charges of terrorism, arson, kidnapping and murder is suspected to be the founder or leader. Or sponsor a member ofthe violent Armed, Extremely Regina is known for having shelter tootsies at a high end hotel in Kigali during the genocide. Since then, he has become a vocal critic of President Paul Kagame. Rusesabagina family says his arrest is politically motivated and you got miss regime has been known to press bogus charges against its critics. Peralta. NPR NEWS Flamengo, Kenya A Syrian government official claims that Israel fired missiles that hit areas south of the capital Damascus on Monday, serious as two of its.
Police detain alleged IS commander in Turkey
"Authorities say the top Isis figure in Turkey is in custody NPR's Peter Kenyon reports. He had been planning attacks, Turkey, Turkey's interior minister sue them on soil who identified the suspect as Mahmoud. Ogden and says, he was detained as part of a police operation that is still ongoing. So elusive plans describing future attacks inside Turkey were also seized in the raid and suspected Isis fighters detained along with us and are being interrogated. So. Described Austin is the Isis emir for Turkey. He says, computers and other digital material seized in the raid suggests the group was planning to kidnap Turkish politicians and attack businesses in Turkey Turkey's been targeted by Isis, in the past including an attack at an Istanbul nightclub on new. Year's Day twenty, seventeen that killed thirty, nine people.
"istanbul" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Good job I added built by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian in five thirty, seven highest sophia was turned into a mosque with the fourteen fifty three Ottoman conquest of Istanbul Mustafa Kemal, Ataturk the founding leader of the secular, Turkish Republic converted the structure into a museum in Nineteen thirty four. Although an annex to the highest Sophia, the Sultans pavilion has been open to prayer since the nineteen nineties, religious and nationalist groups in Turkey have long yearned for the nearly fifteen hundred year old edifice, they regard as the legacy of. Sultan Ahmed the conqueror to be reverted into a mosque. This is highest AFIA. Breaking away from its captivity chains. It was the greatest dream of our youth air to one said last week it was the yearning of our people, and it has been accomplished. Air John also described its conversion into a museum by the republic's founding leaders as a mistake. That's being rectified. In neighboring Greece bells tolled, and flags flew at half staff at hundreds of churches, the country in protest at the decision to turn hyacinth via into a mosque, the Greek Orthodox Church leader Archbishop Amiss held a special service at Athens. Cathedral, later Friday churches in Athens and in Greece's second largest city. That's Elon Niki also organized vigils. Universal values have been tarnished, and that is why they require universal condemnation Greek Prime Minister Kiriako Mitsutaka said. A few hundred people took part in to peaceful protests. In Athens after the services in Thessaloniki, dozens tried to hold a protest march to the Turkish consulate, but police prevented the crowd from reaching the building. They burned to Turkish flags before dispensing. Greek. President Katerina, sokolow re Pelosi, said the reconversion brutally in Salt, not only Orthodox, but all Christians, and also all of civilized humanity. The history and religious traditions of the predominantly Greek speaking and Orthodox Christian Byzantine Empire remain influential in Greece the church. Protests also occurred amid a volatile dispute between Greece and Turkey over mineral rights in the eastern Mediterranean with the Greek military on alert over a plan Turkish maritime survey in waters claimed by Greece. In New York. The Greek Orthodox archdiocese of America called the integrated prayers. Cultural and spiritual misappropriation, and a violation of all standards of religious harmony and mutual respect, archbishop LP deforest of America held a meeting with US President Donald, trump, and vice president Mike Pence in Washington on Thursday to discuss concerns over the reconversion. In his sermon Airbus said Mehmet the conqueror had endowed Haya Sophia quote to believers on condition that it should remain a mosque until the last day. Any property that is endowed is inviolable in our belief and Burns whoever touches it Airbus said. Hundreds had camped near the structure overnight. Dozens of worshippers broke through one police checkpoint to rush toward Haya Sophia and social distancing practices in place, due to the corona virus outbreak were being ignored, Turkish media reported. Retired Teachers Suliman Kara. Said God willing. It will stay as a mosque because highest sophia is the legacy of our ancestor. Turkey has vowed to protect Haya Sophie as artifacts and has said it will remain open to visits by Muslims and non-muslims outside or prayer hours..
Greek church bells toll for Hagia Sofia, PM calls Turkey a 'troublemaker'
"Turkey is condemning Greece's reaction to the conversion of Istanbul's highest Sophia from a museum into a mosque. Greece has been harshly critical. The move and church bells tolled across the country is prayers were held at the landmark in Istanbul for the first time in nine decades. Yesterday, Greece's prime minister called Turkey a troublemaker and the conversion of the site in a front to civilization of the 21st
Istanbul's Hagia Sophia Reopens as a Mosque
"Turkey is condemning Greece's reaction to the conversion of John. Bulls Highest Safiya from a museum into a mosque Greece has been harshly critical. The move in church bells tolled across the country, as prayers were held at the landmark in Istanbul for the first time in nine decades yesterday, Greece's prime minister called Turkey troublemaker and the conversion of the site and affront to civilization of. Of the twenty first
Istanbul landmark Hagia Sophia reopens as mosque
"Takes on a new role in Istanbul. Today is an historic day for the Muslim world because the first Friday prayers in 86 years were taking place at the Iast Sofia site after Turkey converted back into a moss Sofia's of 1500 year old majestic structure. With Byzantine and Ottoman architecture built to be a cathedral, then turned into a mosque than a museum. The decision to convert I s Sofia back into a mosque was controversial to those who want Turkey to remain a centre for all religions. Pamela Fox CBS News of the Devotion of Dogs to
Istanbul landmark Hagia Sophia reopens as mosque
"Muslims in Turkey today. For the first time in 86 years. Friday prayers were held inside the Haga Sofia. A gorgeous dome structure and UNESCO site in Istanbul. Politicians in suits, ties and surgical masks kneeling in front. Istanbul's most famous landmark, has been a museum since 1934. Last week, Turkey's president, wretched type, Erdogan ordered the 1500 year old building to be converted back into a mosque. Not
Istanbul's Hagia Sophia Reopens as a Mosque
"Ridge Ip IAB Erdogan attended the first Muslim prayers inside the iconic Aya Sofia in more than 80 years. Imperious Peter. Kenyan reports heir to one declared earlier this month at the former museum would reopen as a mosque overflow crabs filled the plaza outside the is Sofia. As the Muslim call to prayer rang out. Originally built in the sixth century is a Byzantine church was converted to a mosque after the Ottoman conquest in 14 53. Turkey's Western oriented leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk made it a museum in the 19 thirties. Erdogan's decree declaring the uh Sofia mosque once again. Provoked international protests, including from the pope. Turkey has promised to preserve the Christian icons inside the S Sofia and it will retain its name, which refers to the Christian ST Sophia Peter. Kenyan NPR NEWS, Istanbul Less than
Hagia Sophia: Pope 'pained' as Istanbul museum reverts to mosque
"Says he's deeply pained over the decision by Turkey to change in the status of Hadiya Sapphire, originally an Istanbul Christian cathedral from a museum to a mosque. In a brief improvised remark. Francis, speaking from his studio window overlooking ST Peter's Square, noted that the Catholic Church marked Sunday as the international day of the sea. Then he said, Madam apart sample on the sea brings my thought Tio East amble. I'm thinking of saints afire, and I'm deeply pained, Francis said. No more. It was clearly referring to the move by Turkey to formally convert the monumental building back into a mosque. The colossal cathedral was turned into a mosque after the Ottomans conquered the city in 14 53 while the secular government in 1934 decided to make it a museum. I'm
Greece condemns Turkey's decision to convert Hagia Sophia into mosque
"The top leaders of Greece are slamming. Decision to turn the highest Sophia Museum into a Mosque Is considered the greatest example of Byzantine Christian architecture in the World Joanna. Kakissis reports from Athens on Greece's response to Turkey's move. I guess a Fiat. which the Greeks Call I guess of? Yeah was built fifteen hundred years ago as an Orthodox Christian Cathedral Greek Prime Minister Kitty Echoes. Mitsotakis said turning this museum back into a mosque would damage Turkey's relations with Greece in the Western world. The Ottomans converted I. Associate to a mosque and fourteen fifty three when they conquered the. The Byzantine city of Constantinople and changed its name to Istanbul Mustafa Kemal Ataturk who founded modern Turkey, a secular nation ordered idea Sofia's conversion to a museum eighty five years ago for NPR news I'm Joanna Kakissis in
Turkish high court ruling paves way for Istanbul's 6th century Hagia Sophia museum to be re-converted into mosque
"Turkey's highest administrative court issued a ruling that paves the way for the government to convert Istanbul's iconic Hodja Sofia, a former cathedral turn mosque that now serves as a museum back into a Muslim house of worship. Dozens of people who awaited the ruling outside Hodja Sofia chanted, Allah is
Turkey's president formally changes status of Istanbul's Hagia Sophia to a mosque
"President is formally reconverted Istanbul's sixth century iconic Hyah Sofia into a mosque hours after a high court and old in 1934 decision that had it turned into a museum. Degree decree was signed today, handing it over to Turkey's religious affairs presidency and declaring it open to Muslim worship check
Turkish high court ruling paves way for Istanbul's 6th century Hagia Sophia museum to be re-converted into mosque
"Now, in a highly controversial move, Turkey's president formally changed the status of Istanbul's iconic hired Sofia back into a mosque. After a ruling from the country's highest court. The World Heritage Site has been used as a museum for the last 80 years. It was originally built of the six centuries the cathedral before was conquered by the Ottoman Empire.
Turkey reconverts Istanbul's Hagia Sophia museum into a mosque
"Eight acres court is expected to announce today that the conversion of Istanbul's world-famous argue severe into a museum almost ninety years ago, it was awful. The decision would pave the way for the building's Restoration Mosque and we'll represent a victory of sorts for president recipe type one, but it may cause anger elsewhere, including in the Kremlin and UNESCO HQ, joining us on the line now is Hannah Lucinda Smith is stumble correspondent of the. Times Hello Hannigan off new thanks for being with US I. Guess this was what we had perhaps predicted nevertheless. Oh, that's not gonNA. Stop a number of people being pretty disappointed with the outcome. Yeah well. Absolutely I mean affair is such a symbol, not just in Turkey or not just in the region in the whole world at points it was built in the sixth century. It was the biggest cathedral in the world. It was the seat of eastern Crescenzi for more than a Millennium and then it's really been kind of the symbol of the struggle for the soul of Istanbul. I guess when the autumns took control of the city in fourteen, fifty three, they converse into a mosque, and then when Kemal Ataturk the first president of the secular republic. Took over the country he then. Signed an order basically deconsecrated intending into museum in nine, hundred thirty four, and that's the status it. It's hard since then, but it is such a powerful symbol for Muslims. Christians and also for the Turks who are really bondage this idea of a second second they sit. It's kind of one of the ultimate symbols of their secular country. Just when you're out, and about as it sounds like you are indeed right now, is this one of these things where people are talking about it, and it's upsetting people, or is it one of these strange things? Actually seems to be much more stark much more controversial through the prism of I'm in London or etc. People looking on from Moscow which maybe we'll come to in a in a minute it does it excise people out in about. March she stood in the courtyard. Safia right now. It is a few Tori style. It's actually quite quite mean that's mostly because of the current virus pandemic coming normally at this time of year that would be crowded with tourists actually took his most visited tourist attraction, but I think the interesting thing. Is that inside Turkey this debate? That's not new. It's been going on for a couple. Couple, of decades, it's a question that sort of comes around quite six. In fact, you know I've I've been in Turkey for seven years. Now is the ton. This is come up in my time here and so there is this of feeling of fatigue I you know this is just the same policy policy again but I think it's undeniable, the for certain positive the Paul is. Very, much behind prison on the move is part of the society would be seen as. A big victory pick symbolic victory, but I think in terms of the kind of. The opposition to it. A lot of that comes from outside country. As you mentioned that the star obviously the Greek government's in holy. They still see Istanbul Constantinople. This is the as the center of Greek Orthodox also the Russian Orthodox Patriarch earlier this week, voiced his objection and of course UNESCO Ted. This is a world heritage sites listed by UNESCO. That's partly because of the The mosaics that were uncovered once this was ten years. In the nineteen th that is. On. The big questions is of course. If this is ten back into a mosque, what will happen to those mosaics depict Christ pizza version married picked him of the apostles. You know seen in, Islam, FIT Is is not allowed inside mosques. So this is the kind of places where the real objections are coming from, but it's quite interesting I'm you know it's? Really doesn't feel like much. Is happening at the moment here high? Sophie, let's see. We got the announcement in June a couple of hours. That's what we're expecting so. Possibly something will happen after that, but it's kind of. Yeah. It's still the same very peaceful, very unique. Is indeed sort of an eerie call just on some of those other international stakeholders. And he'll be watching on. We mentioned already you mentioned the Russian. Orthodox Patriarch of course. What about the relationship mean does this tell us anything about the relationship between assemble in Moscow more broadly, maybe more politically because there's various other sort of proxy disagreements agreements. There's other places Libya that seemed to sort of muddy. The waters is this. Does this need to be to be viewed in that context in your view? Show, I think the relationship with Russia is actually the one thing that might give president or pause for thought on this now what we see as I said before the Greeks are. Very opposed to this the US. State Department might POMPEII stems as well, but you know that's kind of old hat fred when he doesn't really care about. Stoking rows with Greece and with the US. Because he's got huge amounts of disagreements with those countries anyway, but when it comes to Russia, it's been quite an interesting situation in Russia. Turkey for the past five years on one level as you say in Libya also in Syria they're. Backing opposing forces, but at the same time, the personal relationship between two President Putin has gone incredibly close, and in other ways. Russia has been backing sick. I guess trying to woo. Tick to a certain extent away from its more traditional allies in the West, so we've seen for example side of the one hundred defense system. From Russia Turkey we've seen many many pets meetings in about trade and defense mutual security between. One impeach him now. The question is if this. Decision goes ahead and the conversion goes ahead then how much opposition will come from from the Kremlin? Clearly, the Patriarch Russian Orthodox Patriarch. Expressed his opposition. That's to be expected, but we also know that religion plays a big part in Russian. Politics today, so would it. Would it carry on further? The featured does it were? Would President Putin be the next person's kind of expresses displeasure, and how would that affect the relationship Tweeden's? I stopped really great to speak to you and thanks for reporting for us right from the scene of this Hannah Lucinda Smith In estan standard joining us on the briefing Monaco Twenty Four.
Khashoggi murder trial begins in Turkish court
"Now hoping opening a trial in absentia for group of Saudi nationals, all accused of killing Washington Post columnist JaMarcus Shaggy and Istanbul. Saudi Arabia has refused to extradite the 20 suspects. They all left Turkey after the killing. Some of them were put on trial in Riyadh. But those trials were widely criticized. This trial in Turkey will be closely watched. For any new information that might emerge, including the whereabouts of cash. Hokies remains. He was killed after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October of 2018 CBS
Khashoggi murder trial begins in Turkish court
"Opens a trial in absentia for a group of Saudis in the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Show. G. Saudi Arabia has refused to extradite the 20 suspects. They all left Turkey after the killing. Some of them were put on trial in Riyadh. But those trials were widely criticized. This trial in Turkey will be closely watched for any new information that might emerge, including the whereabouts of cash. Hokies remains. He was killed after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October of 2018. CBS is
Jamal Khashoggi Trial in Istanbul Charges Saudi Crown Prince’s Aides
"Saudi Crown Prince are among 20 Saudi nationals going on trial in Turkey, now in the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Course. Shoshi. The defendant's, however, are not actually their prosecutors, a seeking life prison terms for the defendants who have all left Turkey. Saudi Arabia has rejected Turkish demands for the suspects extradition and put some of them on trial in the kingdom. Proceedings have been widely criticised as a whitewash. With Jamal coach's family, later announcing they forgiven his killers. The trial in Turkey will be closely watched for possible new information, including the whereabouts of the late columnists remains. I'm Charles Dillon
Turkey trial of Saudi suspects in Jamal Khashoggi murder begin
"In absentia to former aides of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed, Bill Sutton, Salman and 18 other Saudi nationals over the 2018 killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal has shown taking the witness stand at the beginning of the trial in Istanbul when Mr Hachioji was murdered inside the Saudi consulate almost two years ago. Has bean his fields, say Teacher Vegas. She is hoping that the trial would reveal significant new evidence on DH finally reveal what happened to Mr Haji's mutilated remains. Also in court is for U. N. Special reporter Agnes Kalama, who has denounced on earlier Saudi trial behind closed doors of those accused off killing as a mockery. That trial absolved
"istanbul" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
"That the that the book will be unique and not like our need experienced before So yeah well she space. We've got some really exciting with the next few days or one week. Maybe maximum that I would love to stay right. Now I'm already types the tweets about it but I just need to wait the formation for we hit answer. Sounds like Oh look we asked that will say way? Out of a bit of sleet tickets for these events. They sell out them. And if you consider you know I've been to cool the the big one consensus which I didn't really liked that much no offence to anyone from consensus. That was just so much going on big These events do sell out These events sell out lives and gentlemen search interesting getting out a stamp woolen saying this city involving some of the cryptovest off the sorts of beautiful city as well as doing some business meetings in paypal than a strongly suggest that you get across get done. Is I pay because you know socks. Wendy Mae Sadler be honest Shape RIGHT NOW. With this whole controversy thing going on so phil you boots and get yourself booked in so you taught me. Looks Really Good. Too Much It looks really good when I say it's always a much easier up thing to do. Building event leading into a fairly strong market we have saying that strengthened market Since the beginning of the year really knocking on the door of ten thousand think if we do get a believe we will see a push to ten thousand coming dies. I think we're GONNA see. There is a liberal media. Coverage is well. I'M GONNA theory you might walk. This Tesla's being dying jets crack is for wallets. It's been you know I think since December thirty first hundred percent or something stupid like that What happens? Is this the conversation? It reminds me of Bitcoin now if that comes into people's viewpoints Tesla Jesus. It looks like that. Bitcoin shot back in the day. That conversation then brings people to go between doing and they start having more involvement again looking at the CIA cycling on Jesus nearly ten grand ten grand then we see the PR machine which you and obviously mainstream maters bit goods above two thousand. We're back at five. Figures taunted pretty. Well that's luck or you're going to be a trading by anybody It doesn't matter. It looks really really good. I wouldn't be surprised at all to see this thing. Sell out. Quick but also The sponsorship spots obviously events are run by a ten days but also they funded by ten days and the and the sponsors. Do you have any notable sponsors that we are able to talk about it? I don't know that there's a lot that In a popular not Muslims as we can so cabal are are slim simply because we're trying to keep them under wraps because we do something really amazing with them We've got blinded gold sponsors as you know the very well We've also got troubled by as you mentioned We have we have shapeshifts as well as his exchanged hugging. He'll join us as well And Yeah we thought Michael Solutions the biggest the biggest Swanson being kept them throughout now But having said that just in terms of what you mentioned about The the BITCOIN price estimate. What Jack Dorsey just did for us like last week with a bitcoin attack? You know I mean that was trending on twitter. Young people thinking he's nine just looks at school and then everyone starts wasting it again. It must've again Google trends. 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We saw hunt like millions of Turkish outsca frozen for example And also you know at the fly you know people can obviously make money you know. It's just for interest everything else So yeah I think you know all that money that it's Dave holding not not selling I think in. I'm very bullish on on a theory of reason and Denver market as well. Yeah we'll definitely take the moment One of my favorite pairs waiting for God damn entry so. I can get very long time for a pullback to give him all they want the they wasn't entry that I was at three o'clock in the morning and I was doing what I do best and that was catching some Z's but yeah there's there's an overwhelming positivity out there the market there is Out there you know many of the people that you represent I can see them on. My twitter fades talking about the positives. And not not just saying big joins GONNA move moon. Theorems gonNA moon actually backing. It was the typical evidence that provides us with an understanding of. What's going on within these infrastructures in these spices? A theory being the big one man. If you consider the back end of last year it was everyone was the rationing insane. How bad it was and this and that and the other and now that's changed. Watch the we know the criticism very emotional spice We know it's an emerging space and we also have a lot of young players in there and look people that are big following. That might not be qualified to talk about things from a financial standpoint. I beyond I'm not trying to downplay anybody who will be route. Don't any stretch of the imagination. It just adds to that that time the NAS music and come out in the movie. The ill thought messages to come through by. Pune emotion upon fact and we saying the reverse of that. Now we're seeing the positivity come out because markets are moving. Now what I want to know that is this. Might I mean you have got an awful lot of stuff in the pop lines full. This particular time I want to be plugged in is to what's going on. And where how? What's the best way for me to be outside check? What's going on your announcements the parties that are happening the the events happening this audience. What's the best way and for everybody else for that matter? progress on that. Yes I think the best way to join on Telegram Channel Istanbul Blockchain Week Twenty twenty. There's a very vibrant community and lots of chatter going on so please do join us and maybe make some friends before we can all meet up in half base point And also obviously on twitter handle Istanbul brought chain of UK in W. E. E. K. And also is the mobile website of course will be learning Our Best Cowan which will have the offense or the Buzi mccolm addy next week so by the time you listen to this out website to come the events come into it you tickets early a little tickets with outside events. Are you know a hundred or so of them the VIP's so you're getting the molly would join the group so hey in before the Senate run that yeah look I mean it? Istanbul blockchain wake dot com. Is it your yup? Get onto that website. Istanbul blockchain W K on tweets as A. Write this down. God is Blockchain Weak W. K. A simple wake dot com the telegram group which I think was essential blockchain. Wake right twenty. Twenty twenty twenty and look at copy. I can't sort of say this enough when I go to. Events is quite easy because of painted. Plenty in a bunch of people in this spiced. Hard to find people that have been. But if you're just going to an advantage to get the city and you know you think of myself these telegram. Grigson live the place to make people because they potties when you've got someone that's fun to go with. If you buy self you know usually you probably have motomachi drinks. Because you gotta get that confidence to go out there and made a bunch of papers. Connect us again on that telegram group. Even if you're not just to see what's going on because I know what you locker. I know who you know what you're doing putting it all flow passion this pride and maximize sense for an event like Turkey is adopting the currency very quickly. It's got a big population and it's got a big future and I wish you all the best going forward. This might and you need to be on that twitter and was a cold telegram simply because once a head start to announce things tickets will be selling out very very quick so It's been an absolute pleasure. Having chat with learning more about. What's going on in Istanbul and I look forward to To speak to again very very soon. Thanks for much guitar on looking forward to seeing you. And he's not a great night. Get me out there. I've never been in that city. I would love to say it might have a good day gentlemen. Good one by now..
"istanbul" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch
"You just already gave us some great advice. Oh we'll move right into the rapid fire about you. Know are there podcast. APPS books or blogs. You'd recommend let's go through this real quick. Are you a big podcasters listener. Where where are you at with podcasts? I naturally I was doing it for the last few months. So maybe not so heavy just because I have limited time so I've been. I've been trying to be selective tapan on what I do on what I spend my time. Just because of my crazy life probably yours but you have a commute or do you work from home Carmen. And I have agendas when I listen to podcasts. When I'm getting ready in the morning says well they're different moments absolutely? So is there been one. That's been a standout to you. Well actually I've been listening to Sam about leadership recently on one that I I mean thinking about how the U transferring moments of change learn is the people. I've been listening to one call fearless lager which is like kind of talking about refurnish steps on different experts Talking about how to read the couple of fear from were you know different moments. We experienced life so that's kind of been fascinated into to uncle over that for for me for my kids or you know when I'm dealing with my team that's a good one. What about an APP? You travel a bit. So is there a Goto A to ask that. You just can't live without. What is it so I think the most famous up for me now? These days is calm. Thank you from the person who said that jolly from Emi also totally back the other day. And yes I use it and I do like it yes jaguars I can try to meditate of my own before he was really difficult but we are solidly CR once a week in the office after our stand up meeting we have like ten minutes. It's to do. Meditation Guided Meditation on as we started to do that in a team in a group I got more used to it so now I mean with the the apple tried to lead in the mornings. When I'm traveling? Just those Dan mini. It's sometimes just east and into the rain and the different MUC- have vital meditate. So yeah enjoy Oy. Learning is like is forcing me to pass his five. Minutes on Athena's devalue that I'm getting from it. Yeah well like you said you're dealing with a lot of other the people who are in overwhelming. So you're helping them pause. This is relent. You taking care of yourself yes I love it. So is there into that. Yeah is there. A current aren't book. You're reading right now that you're loving or is there one that's Goto. You always come back to or what. What would you recommend with books? I'm crazy because I always have at least two one one and go from one to the other but I must say that the two that I have right now I stand on next me are one is called reinventing organizations. By Frederick Glue on is about more how to Rambis missing or more purpose fool on so soulful way basically talks about the friend like unconventional ways. of running organizations from a self manage way two ways where you know there are no so many processes on somebody's interesting CENA's. I'm always intrigued about that right and sometimes you can read some. They're learning to your team sometimes renovation but then of course because of my kids and getting into teenage years. I'm reading a book from isn't a Spanish but you will understand the title is helical. Like let them grow my heavy at arises Spanish light-colored use to how risky right in a huddle. You held them become a strong trees instead of size basically in this kind of current society where everyone is very overprotected protective of gates them So yeah I'm just seeing all the themes Carmen. The things that you're doing you know in your work life you're doing in your home life and you know Argh friend Dynamo in from survey data she says how you do anything is how you do everything and I know she likes to quote I just I think is true because I'm seeing that you know you have this value of people and I wanted to activate people but I don't want to control control them and it's such a great to show okay last one Do you have a blog follow or you big bog follower or what. I must have made that. I'm not what I watch. The news articles in different ways as they come to me on sometimes he's from a blog. Sometimes yes like the friend You know all these the news but maybe some news like of course. NPR Like on Wall Street Journal. But no I don't follow. AH WE'RE GONNA see you next like what's what's your first you know travel in two thousand twenty. I don't have anything escape but most likely are we going to see out down I. I traveled to see out the proclaimed. Sun'll so my my team so yeah part of what I hope to see you at wiry. May I say Game Carmen. I Love I love the sound of Usami in Sonoma's yes yes you can find Carmen out on linked in its Carmen. Boho B. O.. H. O. Y. O.. Very easy to find as she is just just a such an amazing leader in as you can see a lot of great advice. I hope that you could really take to heart Carmen. Thank you so much for being on our show today and kill luckily left with you. I wish my whole team could meet you in person so someday we'll make that. Were also from all of us here. A little bird. Marketing have a great eight-day and happy marketing.
"istanbul" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch
"Today to have Carmen on the podcast. I have been waiting to have her on because she is amazing. But she's also amazingly busy. So Carmen thanks for coming on the show. Hi thanks for having me. Oh my gosh well you and I are. You and I are good. Have a hard time ending this podcast. Because we like to talk. Yes congratulations by the way not the tenth year anniversary. We're certainly listening you. How'd you know that that's pretty good? Taste of my staff did get me a eight bottle of of Clicquot and we had a great a great detto so that was super nice. Oh Nice yeah good when you meet Carmen. You know pretty quickly early in the conversation. How good she is at Strategic Vision Right? I think strategy every time everytime talking with someone who knows Carmen They Know Strategy Gi is coming next so you are just absolutely brilliant about making strategies real for clients. And so we're GonNa talk about that but just so people could get to know you a a little bit She is currently the managing director for Insights Division of Kantar in the West. And she's been with Kantar over eight years and she also also serves on the leadership council for the Kantar Gold Rush Growth Force and so that is really talk about like some some high pressure her commitment to really deliver the best to your clients but what we have in common is that my girl here is from Madrid rid so yes yeah yes yes so tell us a little bit about you. You know when when I think Carmen I think about the strategy. Tell me about your role at Kantar. And how how you're really bringing the strategic approach to marketing an answers for your clients. What's the role like? Yeah no that's that's a great question. Well we kind of focus on offering marketing consultant. Salty based on data ride on. Nowadays date is available everywhere. so He's more about. How do we make sense of that data in very impactful way? Some I say the last a few months we have been much more involved in Strategic conversations where we use more analytics on technology Sometimes you bring the of course humantarian and the consultancy but at the same time he's more about blending that wisden -nology in the right way So you bring that panel high nutrient at the same time at a speed into the equation or more. He feels like the marketeers have a more complex life every every day okay. is becoming more difficult. It requires newest Keel Cup abilities so our role becomes as you know even more really now to who can make decisions on the spot. Well you just mentioned that about the speed you know is is. There's pressure more and more so you must be dealing with a lot of clients that are really overwhelm mode. Tell me a little bit about that. How do you keep your head about about you? How do you help clients when they are feeling the poll from I've time constraints you? There's so many technologies out there and now kind of our issues. Yeah there's data by you said it's everywhere. How do I make sense of? So how do you keep your head when there's so much overwhelm right yeah. It can be really overwhelming home. Yeah that's another good question it's all about trying to identify okay. there's ways of approaching but one would be okay. What is absolutely needed to they? They're seuss you know a few months from now sometimes when we are in an oil wet overwhelming situation is to kind of star. The by invitees like you are also very strategic and we have talked about the past like is good to have that bishop been shown and paint a vision to life and is the same with our teams that with our clients but at some point is important or we kind of dividing chunks and we say okay what are the key milestones. What is their roadmap to get there? And then we kind of star managing through that I think we focus on the first milestone these to do in the next week I think that helps people on being very practical with clients to to narrow around the the focus on making sure that we don't lose that big bishop at the same time we execute appropriately we execute properly but I feel like there's this big sigh in the room like people just okay fine so manic we have a plan. We're going to get somewhere everybody to take a deep deep breath. I know that's why is good to have that road Bob Right. You're headed so don't worry we are right in the right place to get there. Yeah right well well and you know people are busy and then you know you're on the road a lot I mean you've you've covered Europe obviously North America where you're located now but lots of Latin America America you've been in parts of Asia you've lived in Madrid. You lived in several different places in the US and I think the last time we talked to you had lived in Istanbul for Wile. Yes that's right Bernie stumbled two years ago to Los Angeles to Las Angeles. That's going to be the title. This podcast yeah from city to another big city young so I get tired of that I guess. How do you manage that with? Not only your own travel schedule but all a lot of your clients that are coming in. Or you're you're you're communicating with on audio video conferencing. They're also they're they're road warriors. They're running out the door. They're grabbing a you know a cab somewhere. They're grabbing plain out that night. You know that. There's the overwhelm of the project but just also busy lives you know. What are your thoughts about that? And how. That's really shaping our industry right now. Yeah I mean that's August really becoming very stressful for for everyone vitamin even us. So sometimes I feel like when we do especially workshops on. We weren't with our clients. I tried to read that overall a holistic view of the individual right. I talked to my my teens many times that of course we tend to to the clients and trying to understand what I would would their business objectives are. Where are they trying to accomplish? But then we want to kind of that me agenda The pitcher. What is that individual going through? What are they chances are? They're having. Are they really having a good relationship with their manor. Years is the mall. We list stressed out because of something so trying to understand their own feelings on they were personality interests as well combining all of that in that help us a get to a better place but sometimes if you miss that in the equation Sean you may not really create the became part. Really be that impactful. Yeah well you know I it you have to just no you just for a little bit to realize you are very observant. You are very good at reading room so I can see how that skill would really can't I've gotten to know a carmen through through wire executives. So we've been on some retreats and and really there's this mindset and Kantar really supports as well women research and really getting a chance chance to take a break and also connect with other women in the industry and get the help that we need so you know we talked about your actual roll your work job but tell me a little bit about something you know about you personally. So when you're not at work how are you spending your time my family the it's important but then also I love to spend some time helping engine al orders. That don't have the same culpability that we may have to accomplish new things. So I've been like a of people with disabilities physical disabilities or intellectual disabilities throughout my years I Support on organization called tricking for kids. That was founded by the friends. A few years ago that we focuses on helping Or funds normally sometimes line or France and say in emerging markets so we kind of find racing for them help then revealed to your signature or light brain application on materials and these are the tackle for -tunities where you also combined combined with a challenge. A high climb. I'm most recently. I've been like partnering with Kantar to really support a special Olympics. We have a global partnership issue with them. So we have this inaugural twenty people around the world. I joined them to really raise some funds. I think we raised over works. Fifty thousand dollars for especially with this type of Olympics that helps people with intellectual disabilities twenty their goals in sports. So it was an amazing experience. We all together in China we hide degrade world for five days. Yeah you have to send me a picture of that. Included included the show notes. That would be so fun. That's such a personal side to the story.
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"istanbul" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"Then bring other people and try to do events and now everybody knows about Tom Tom so we have got three awards was architecture level purely and the second one was creating a new attraction for example. We have got this award against gainst and also contemporary sample so we want. Everybody was very much surprised because it's tom-tom design event has been a great great success. You know why because people are doing these events in big buildings and closed but when we do these events we didn't garage with it in this building within the Italian Lisa with it in the streets with pop ups so we try to expand the whole neighborhoods and then now it's now become the opposite so a lot. A lot of people are coming and told him out Tom so that's that's. Why we're you know we're really happy that you know it's happening takes time but for sure if there is a neighborhood who can become really coarser Komo or Marei that stomped on for sure and what is temple need tom-tom right now first of all these Tamil Sam was a big big city and it has always in the past for the last two thousand years at a big city itself a lot of trading auto industry and also and also for a lot of creativity came from the city but there has been no real neighborhoods which was called designed district and most of the new neighborhoods were very artificial when we started do buildings and when we have met there was just a couple of buildings to run away but then when we started started to leave here we have discovered that there are a lot of crazy people who leave but not well organized so what we did is just organizing them? that's our kind of mission and vision to help neighborhoods gets. It's a holiday call it title and that's why we are getting now a lot of support from sponsors a lot of support from brands at a lot of support from the municipality and also a lot of stations are helping us. We are doing a lot of collaboration ration- and also we are supporting some traditional shops. We are trying to help the local economy and now at the beginning of twenty thousand people visiting it's blocked the traffic and you know some people are not happy but now they're so happy they're asking why when is the next event.
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"istanbul" Discussed on Think Again
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That should only on b._b. Gbi the raffin and coo to read the nasa. Keep france's more pla tunnel ma let the costumes are trenched up blood buddha canaan and on the mamba yanni number these answers that will not lead we wear your and she threw yemane mealy entity yemane jaw shoulders. I'ma look it up up to chair. The chair set on donor. Surely gordon year end regular celje mcnabb's book about yanni moved who you're getting said muslims together so he says that nationalities constructs as files a cuisines scenes concern. You can't really talk about turkish cuisine or cuisine and that cuisine. There aren't cuisines of nations their cuisines of geographies. The reason why the book is called turkish cookbook is because it's not published in turkey and it's published for turkish readers. It's published for english shooting audiences or readers and that's why it's called the turkish book and if it were to be published. I hear he would call it. Local and traditional recipes not turkish is united says when you you look at a cuisine or whatever it is from a foreign perspective than you call it turkish or or french or whatever it is but as a person living in turkey you don't think to yourself. Let me turkish food today. That's the food. I wanted to say that national well and geographical borders are of course porous. He was telling us earlier that okra came to turkey from central africa which which i was very surprised to learn possibly from slaves during the ottoman empire and i guess i wanted to ask about whether and and how he does the work of trying to figure out where the strains of influence have come from given that the traditions are mostly oral not written down. How do you do that ethnographic figure out what's hittite for example. If there's anything left of the hittites lab <hes> zelic pitchy in game each may lead patriot when koyna sutton tom the ball how much chin yang europe's yanni jalen derogation gillan lima or movies intrusive his initial balmier bomb being used the sinica mummy tunnel majeure majority of the years but tara. I'm jay but goosen mm-hmm domanski for hsueh-liang potisk. Come up salary mubarak. Thank you bill saves. Hillary share kebir all citizens you use them. Don teens h._p. She popped up. Don't or the high any up there seem to show frank kim she recited gabby topic victims young tamil machine and you'll shrink any ski coin was that napa that made the mistake would be truck trump on number two on them to clean up. Let we should jura ah onion any big mall dooms among or mini stomach tiny really can't shaw so we learn from dancer in shame kilom- origin solutions we do strategic sorta lunch machine used to move us and lebanon tobar and burley beer. She stayed grenade can be on my son who kinda plan. W workers listen to you. Cheetah la jeune is mature. He'd been secretly mm-hmm. Stop blah blah blah just during each year of secrecy the kid lounge chairs that don't dominators you wear your honey or the dr by your so walmart. It cut a bed what she named that tommy tommy hamadeh mukunda get them a better gillard choke on number. Should your book on the data comes in an m._d. Yelling kulu in nin- door to share aw honey chargeable they made us take your modulus and dodge new chemistry that she did. He make the donald them one hundred mumia. She said it took me a may. Wanna you may from what advocate yanni only to usual tunnel russian. You're the issue on. Domo toronoto was each surrogate for tumble returnable. Neither kinda. Tom eaters so this is something that they've very strongly focused on and <hes> <hes> <unk> they do research original documents quite carefully and thoroughly to see what names <music> of products vegetables and and <hes> als and what names of dishes exists so he knows that bomb mia didn't exist this in turkish cuisine in balmier means okra in thirteen hundred because it's just not there there is no document whatsoever that includes that word they see it for the first time in seventeen hundreds so they thoroughly research and scan original documents these could be the palace ultimately empires palace documents it could be documents could be any kind of documents and and not only do they try to establish a history of ingredients and materials in the cuisine but they also are trying to correct mistaken can information inaccurate information that sometimes is widespread. I talked a little bit while we were eating the food that he chose for us ignorantly about what it was not knowing and you can translate that damn if there's anything any little stories or little details that he might want to share about the process or the history culture behind them. Shouldn't it be done humane. You mean the c._d. Through day whoa similar rick honey coveney committee's honey optimistic. You're surely be making the american philosophy on their mendel. Neutral jinx and cousins dylan trump was on your make a kayak larva who's really difficult reconduct up on a show and shame luanda luanda off. She called the topical travelers colella daily on taylor the honey mooners mahal get it you know can they then will not let mommy talk shady shady pulled london cleanup gillette the second cd william e the chain them the rejected that lopa lapus easterner shame coach mom sean carnage darshana trenches and they're gonna be bagging. 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We'll meet the cherries kafka screw who can then in all muscle mass may some day uniquely the mclamb check yet washington dennis and cook could the gentleman a man yanni a you picked the eternal though merkel's mcdermot walk the dog do nato all on him zetino being all of a sudden it is buddha ame men had a ios cook in rona cool 'cause learners the bull mcclair us and this is the part part d take him a key part only really only the dole olma iran tiso non near kushtia young the move would not to get your yes tauzin on it. She quehacer terry muthu schaffner's so he he told me what each <hes> thing that we ate <hes> consists of i don't know if i should tell them all one by one one what the general idea is that there are many different versions of each of these recipes depending ending on where you go so you know sometimes they cook it with meat. Sometimes they cook it without meat and for example pull the okra dish that we ate is from some academic research that people at the magazine conducted it did come from <unk> africa to the ottoman empire and then it split into two different recipes one with one without meat and the name is slightly slightly different. Sometimes they use certain types of spices depending on which region nine non is meant and sometimes different spices so you get to have a variety of versions of the same same food changing slightly from region to region or location to location which enriches the whole cuisine. The last thing that i want to ask is sort of a two part question maybe a three part question but while we were taping we were drinking. Turkish coffee and mussa quietly returned his cup over which to me indicates an ivan did the same lee which to me indicates reading the grounds of the coffee two things one one. I wanted to ask about this. Tradition of coffee ground reading. What's interesting about it to me. Is that at least as i've encountered it. It's unlike anything we have in my culture in so far as it seems like people kind of part believe. I don't believe it's like a game nada game but everyone or many many people know how to do it especially women. It seems and then secondly whether shall we do that here. Y'all send a booby two hundred honey tear up he did do they showers junction kennedy mulu made ski does not more than the minimum can shut them car in on should i you miss offi covet their dennis soon a belief you keep a gallon chill sean sean benchers carmen newson and he chew receptacle donor should be vice-captain sheep congregate honey a you watched the corner club kush clear that your child sean and he's made car tariff among among us and data michigan they did go to your your the killary on konami. You showed you really the the hustle. Is it again. Dan shave at us. Welcome laura denison mama dada the ball shnell muslim on that oslo cool cool llamas that the shooting shot at tisch every shane nicholson shot to donor miss berlin two j. louis charge to the united water hunting a hunting call trucks all dossier dossier poon yang appalled the shaky laibach the shaky larry nicola the canal sinful. Nobody would the moose as now has offered to read my coffee and we'll do that. We'll be you you mush miami. You much economic choke discontent chain. We sent you <hes> had great. Financial troubles seems like nowadays. It's getting results. Stuff is getting better. Berlin is some saana this could be goes. Goes named chandler goes the chamois or good you missing manga curriculum spot lamont saw somebody look at you. Evil lie patched you you. You actually push it away. But you haven't destroyed yet. You need to destroy totally popped up my darpa mccomb number certainly them moore the key dot com or get again trump really your ladder <hes> <hes> and you get to see succumb to libya berle over then <hes> to us more the key shake leaguer so when there's this explosion this distraction will happen on. It's a pretty frustrating area. You should be you beware of that. Don't go there. There are many different aways things that could happen there. Stay out of that area russia them although susan it dims ms year in the us in tampa ten <unk> who's look hot <hes> uh will burn the regime toppled good other than the struggle area which is related a to whatever it is that you are trying to resolve the res- is super clear easy happy good the them be shaker besides sound me a number between one and three the bilas get you because you're roy are too ambitious. Keep your feet on the ground while you are. You're setting up. Your girls calls so by the way we're hearing. The evening called appear in this stumble at the window. Do you want to translate wait. What he said about coffee culture. He said about coffee first of all is that's a whole different book you can write about coffee but but as far as reading the copy copies concern right now it's part therapy part gossip parts giving information formation that you don't want to give directly but implying stuff and that was how it was in early as people who worked for rich rich families in istanbul in you know in the old days used to read coffee leaves to explain what they wanted what they wish for to the people that they worked for things that they couldn't say directly. It was used a lot for gossiping purposes for example. Van mussa was a child. It was understood that if somebody visits you at home if they drink the water before coffee that meant that they were hungry hungry so you were supposed to offer food to them if they drag the coffee i but the water afterwards you didn't need to offer food so there are many many different ways that coffee was and is still used in the turkish culture but it's a huge n._j._i._t. I can't complete the explain now okay. I will try to read missile sculpture. Let's see what i can make of this all right all right breath. I should say that. I have zero experience with this well. I mean what i see here. There is a i mean this is sort of like reading cloud. What i see here is a structure and it seems to me that this structure picture is this kind of multifaceted thing that moussa's trying to do with the restaurants and with the book and and all of these kind of unified project. It's got many different many different pieces and it's like open. It's open to the sky. There is much room for it to grow still but it is clearly like the architectural <music> outline is there and the direction in which it's headed is clear beyond that i'm going they ask him is that enough to any thoughts on that. Good job in choke possibly could should make awesome. Thank him so much for his time and for all of this and for being on the show ben tissue yeah i think i hope i had some good contribution..
"istanbul" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Her kitchen in central Istanbul a smart cooks she checks her phone as customers order meals for pickup and delivery at the kitchen table able her husband Yusef chops parsley for bully Somare takes toasted dumplings out of the oven and stirs them into a yogurt sauce for shish barrack on another burner she fries up Kibaye spiced fragrant ground meat and a tasty boettger piecing some aren't Yousef named their Business Moot Bockarie dish? What's mushroom anonymous Busca these multiple meaning kitchen and carriage sheesh? That's my injure Enjo. She's Syrian too and she's translating our conversation really the difficult because Kurdish Syrian it's translated. Oh my God after a brief back and forth we decide Yeah Kadisha. It's like really the very big pieces of meat with bonds but also we use it if we are a little bit fat so we say Oh my God. I have a lot of Kurdish the segman karate she had the Sam Law Fra Belittle Tom. It's a metaphor. Actually they used the name just to notify that they are really generous in the food. The food is is really rich. Life wasn't always like this. When the war in Syria started Yousef worked as an engineer Damascus some are stayed home raising their four kids sure her Kibaye was the best in town but she never thought she'd during a living with it but then the war came home to Zoology Shahar Sharon loss to my husband was arrested for a month and half in Syria therefore we had to take the decision region to flee Somalian Yousef were lucky they got on a plane flew to Istanbul and were safe but work was hard to come by just a fraction of the millions of Syrians who live in Turkey have been granted work permits and Turkish employers want Turkish speakers unemployment rates are high for both Syrians and Turks Simard Yousef sank their savings into a couple of business ventures that didn't work out use of says Biden abundant known wallace among a lot on in the middle and then we were out of money than we thought about an idea to start with but with no cost almost no cost one day their adult daughter mentioned how bad the cafeteria food was at her office so some are center end with lunch to share with her co workers and they said they loved it was the back woman her foot Ridi taste the same like their mothers foot that praise meant the world to someone had that showed who will talk that answer that feedback actually gave her always gives her the power to overcome all the difficulties soon word started to spread some aren't Yousef were invited onto a cooking show profiled on an Arabic language YouTube channel and a local culinary website? The WHATSAPP group swelled and most of their customers in Istanbul had one thing in common they were all living far from home. The by the Ghalib's Syrians it. I keys Algerian Somalis Yemenis to keep up with demand demand. Somare had to cap the group at one hundred fifty people but the message was clear in Istanbul. There is a market for homemade food though maybe not for the same reasons that Blue Apron and Grub took off in the states be unanimous cabot and they feel that they're feeding their children. Istanbul has one of the largest refugee populations in the world a significant number of international workers and students and young Turks who are increasingly moving away from their extended families nice to live in the city that means a good chunk of Istanbul residents are far from home on Botulin Michelle at Loma when I'm Bob Haldeman on Michelle at it's a very strong feeling that they want to serve those young's who are far from their families. They feel very satisfied. When they feed that they could make them happy? Even from a meat we sent a message to Mars. What's that group tasker customers would her food means to them? Xiaomi animals with available somboon and they responded in English and Arabic.
"istanbul" Discussed on WRVA
"Some standing in line for hours to get tickets and they'll be doing so right up through Tuesday night when the next drawing for mega millions President Trump says he accepts the explanation offered by Saudi Arabia that the Washington Post journalist Jamal kashogi was killed during a fight that broke out inside the Saudi constant Istanbul. Here's ABC. Sees senior correspondent, Ian panel reporting from John boo there's been fairly stern reaction and outspoken skepticism Senator Lindsey Graham, essentially saying that he doesn't find the story that's being given by the Saudi public prosecutor credible of the sentences of also expressed the same thing. The Trump administration has issued a statement offering condolences President Trump himself has talked about the need for waiting until the investigation is fully complete which is something that the Saudis say they've yet to do. Environmental regulators have approved engineering plans for the Atlantic coast pipeline in a move. That means the project has the state's permission to begin construction. The State Department of environmental quality announced yesterday afternoon that it had approved three types of permit protection plans Munis state level water permits takes effect. A pipeline spokesperson says the developers will now. Request permission from federal regulators to proceed with construction here in the Commonwealth Richmond. Police investigating a shooting that occurred last night they were dispatched. Around two fifty this morning to a seven eleven in the thirteen hundred are sorry. The one thousand three hundred and one block of Jefferson Davis highway for the report of a shooting when cops got there. They found an adult male victim who had ran to the store following being shot. The victim was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Police saying that they are the suspect with described as an African American male was with the skinny build lasting lean on Harwood street. Dozens of students were pulled out of a school after a chicken pox outbreak. A break in Washington state and people are warning children. And parents that they need to be backseat against the chicken pox. Your next news comes to you at the bottom of the hour. News on demand. Newsradio w RV dot com. I'm Gary Powell on Richmond's news, weather, and traffic station. Newsradio eleven forty W R V A. And now a ninety six point one FM..
"istanbul" Discussed on KTRH
"On NewsRadio seven hundred are important moments. KTAR h. I'm CLYDE Lewis. You're listening to ground zero. The truth is this the majority of Americans they are unaware of the fragility of our country. There also unaware of how the constitution how we're losing our values. Our constitutional values the world intelligence agencies have control the world now, and they will use any means necessary to cover their tracks that date back to the time when the project for the new American centuries, I drafted theorizing about a new poll harbor to justify an open ended war and create chaos in land, freedom and liberty seem unbreakable. I think a lot of people are unaware that. These intelligence cabals certainly are running the world from behind the scenes. There is no honor among them. There's no honor among criminals that have made pacts with these foreign deep state players, and if you really paying attention if you really paying attention to what's going on around. You can see the writing on the wall. The other day. Somebody asked me what I thought of the Jamal kashogi mystery since I've been talking about journalists. Disappear wind up dead prior to a civil war. Well, I express that. I did not feel the kashogi who's well known columnist for the Washington Post disappeared because of anything he said about the United States or some politician. I felt as though that he was about to go public about deep state players on the world stage. And this is why he disappeared. This is why he's believed to be murdered Jamal. Kashogi had actually had an appointment at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. To collect some documents he needed so that he can marry his Turkish fiance. And so we went into the consulate you want to get a certificate showing that he was divorced from his first wife he entered the consulate on October second at one fourteen pm. He asked his fiancee, wait for me. I'll be back. She waited for him until two AM. So you went into the consulate one fourteen pm, she waited for him until two AM. He never came back. Now number of news outlets citing Turkish sources reporting that Jamal kashogi who was the former editor for Saudi newspaper. He was a regime critic in Washington Post contributor was murdered and dismembered. Story made headlines around the world murder possible dismemberment in a diplomatic facility. Well that begs a lot of headlines have they do that to you in a diplomatic facility? President Donald Trump. Who has obviously had very close ties with crown prince Mohammad bin Salman Salman has described the situation is very sad. Very sad situation. Then Trump says it's a very bad situation. We cannot let this happen to reporters to anybody. However inside knowledge. Inside knowledge indicates that kashogi was about to blow the lid off of deep state players and their interaction with Saudi Arabia. Now, this bombshell would have collapsed Saudi influence around the world. However, if the Turks are, correct. Thank you Shoghi was murdered by the Saudis. President Trump said there would be major consequences and one can only speculate that he could very well decide to stop backing the Saudis entirely. There's also report the kashogi may have gleaned highly sensitive inside information on what actually happened on September eleventh two thousand and one of the attacks on New York and the Pentagon. Even more intriguing are US media reports. Now emerging that American intelligence had spied on and we're aware of Saudi officials making plans to capture kashogi prior to his appearance disappearance at the Saudi constant Istanbul last week. So if the Americans do journalists life was in danger. Why didn't they tip off to the actually to avoid his dad ever wondered about that? See the Saudi royals new the kashogi was criticizing the so-called reforms the crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, but of more concern was that kashogi knew about darker dirtier matters, not just the Saudis, but he knew about deep state actors on a worldwide level. Shoghi went from interviewing Osama bin Laden in the nineteen eighty s becoming one of the most prominent journalists in his country. And then he went to self-imposed exile writing for the Washington Post. But he probably did know a lot about what happened on nine eleven and I'll tell you why coming up triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. I'm CLYDE Lewis. You're listening to ground zero. And we'll be back..
"istanbul" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Close, to home I got a little girl Heartbreaking and it's. Heartbreaking overseas shots were fired from a moving car at a security gate of the US embassy in Ankara Turkey nobody was hurt CBS's Holly Williams is in Istanbul attack comes at a crucial time. At a time when relations between the US and Turkey and those two key NATO allies, are strained from South Korea reporter Don Kirk tells us dozens of elderly people are, holding reunions with relatives. From North Korea it's a three day effort to make connections that haven't been made since the nineteen fifties and ninety two year old South Korean woman weeping crying out, the name of the seventy one year-old son she. Last saw as the war began a. Ninety nine year old woman dissolved in. Tears seeing the two daughters. She'd, left, behind, all, those decades ago Wall Street right now, the Dow, is up one hundred two points s. and p. five hundred up about six points and the. NASDAQ is down now down About seven points this is CBS news To. Experience relief from. Foot and leg cramps use theraworx relief get theraworx. Relief today in the, pain relief file at your local pharmacy ask your. Pharmacist for theraworx relief It's nine zero three at the bay area's news station KCBS lots of hazy. Sunshine after the overcast is go and good morning I'm STAN Bunger I'm Susan. Lee Taylor here's, what's happening is housing prices continue to soar more and more bay area folks are. Choosing to trade in their cramped apartments for even smaller living. Spaces in some cases, this, could be in a van or an. RV s KCBS as mad Bigler reports the most recent, example is a journalist for the. Mercury News we're talking about Tracy Kaplan longtime court reporter for the Mercury News she writes.
"istanbul" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In again I if, you wanna talk about outside of this symbol that's fine I I've been a little bit outside of Istanbul and then with the density. And the light in the, buildings, and stuff what does that do for you as. A photographer in terms of. Using light and. Using shadows, and, finding things It depends seasonal like I've read about it but when I was constantly doing you start learning In a wintertime the, sons lower so tasks longer shadow so. You're able to use that and then what the architect it just creates this. Really dynamic shadows. You can make really contrast, images with people in the shadows are very long In the summertime it's very high It's It was a great learning. Experience as a. Photographer I really learned a. Lot Using, all buildings that have. Been there for centuries and. You know like, I said it's a dynamical there there's a picture of you this is radio. But, you took, it, an elderly man. With that with a hatchet right, hatch man, she had yeah he was? Interesting he do you get trusted people I mean or? Is that a moment you just passing in a. Moment and this particular individual Wanted me to take, a picture, so he pretty much forced? Me to take a picture but yeah he was very Very interesting look in plus he was carrying knives. So pretty, much you know Yeah. Usually I try, to do Unguarded stuff And the occasion I will ask, for portrait but usually that's not my. Interest more it's more of capturing the spirit of of what's. Going on once you ask somebody at breaks. That spirit so it's either going to be really Big. Gestures of like high or very much You know they hide their face The Yeah one time I was taking a picture when my wife and this lady started hitting me with her umbrella because she thought it took her picture and then everybody. Came you can't do. That you can't do that really hitting your. Heart Like.
"istanbul" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Coming up next more from istanbul as my colleague raza meet some of the voters who gave the turkish president his victory over the weekend but i at least eighty six people including women and children have been killed in clashes between farmers and pneumatic herders in the north of nigeria i've been talking to the bbc's is khalid who's in the capital a booja well basically what i would necessarily residents are saying is that the attack has with guns and machetes taunt the villages they spent several hours killing people shooting at people from house to house and some of them out does so it was an indiscriminate kind of killing people murdered women children adults and all sorts of people but so far the asylum's have not been arrested and after they killed the people in the villages they away they've vanished and explain more about this particular area is a very very rookie area hilly area so i can easily melt into the bush after killing people the president is under a lot of pressure to crack down hard on the perpetrators isn't he's also been accused i believe on twitter of not caring about these deaths well basically he has been serious criticism pressure that he's not doing enough to end the clashes between farmers and herders since the beginning of this year we have seen hundreds and hundreds of people being killed there is also the problem of kidnapping armed banditry in northwestern nigeria people are saying of course he has done well in tackling boko haram but he's not doing enough in tackling the clashes between farmers and herders as well as tackling spate of kidnappings but he's saying that he's only nba sofa the violence has not stopped and if the violence stops people can be convinced that of course the government is doing enough i suppose there must be an immediate risk of retaliation by the farmers now of course the fear is that the violence is likely to spiral out of control because it happened in the past when it communities attacked the other one retaliate for touch kind of violence but authorities are in the top of eat they're trying to see that the situation does not degenerate into large scale communal clashes but there is of course a lot of fear among the community and people are restricting their movement few vehicles are moving around on the highway so there is the fear of more violence by the security agencies are saying that the top of it and the government to us and that they will not allow that to happen community leaders to colin people to remain calm and not to retaliate more than a decade ago there have been clashes in some cases it's over land the issue of indigenous and non indigenous what they originally inhabitants of this area and who are not and then there's also the issue of farmers complaining that cattle herders are destroyed crops and then the cutting for harder to complain that farmers still their animals sometimes killed them so he's kind of you know so many factors and there is also the religious dimension because even after the latest killings the whole state there has been tension across the state religious tension because most of the cattle herders are muslims from ethnic group and most of the farmers in this area especially where these letters attacks happened christians is kelly reporting from a booja you're listening to newshour from the bbc on pole heavily in london and risa akbal is in istanbul both.
"istanbul" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator
"But that's all about the short and sweet pot of of consuming cat videos was as something that made you look at just the every day unspoken life of a cat and and made you think i could actually make a full length film about this this so much to this was there may be a particular experience or can you think of a particular sort of observation that you made that they gave you this this the confidence to proceed with this idea while i was lucky enough to have been born and raised in istanbul and had my childhood mostly in the backyard of our apartment building with cats being a child in having the time to actually spend the whole day with them were follow them around for good long periods of time i was able to see that they they had whole world's to them and they the humans were coming in and out of their lives including myself but they had fools colorful lives and when we left the country as a family in trout started to live elsewhere i noticed how little people seem to know about counts for example um you know the fact that they seek out like pregnant cats in istanbul will seek out a home to give birth in and i have many friends who have stories about how they come home from work and they left the balcony door open and now they have a litter of kittens and on the couch which can be horrifying for some people but is genuinely a very pleasant experience or the fact that they cats like to disappear to die they don't like to die in front of you they go on in hiding in that's when you know that that's when they're choosing to to move on so these are the kinds of things that when i realized that other people didn't know about these things i wondered what else there was an.
"istanbul" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I don't know if i use she but yeah he was questioned have been who doesn't get happy when they're complimented most people will depend on the compliment is that's that's totally on you think catcalling as a complement if someone screams hey nice asked you think that that's a compliment that that people are as i did to get it depends do do they have it was just okay i just don't as as sexist if if a woman if a woman selling meat i agree but i think it comes from place of sexism it's too stupid comment why would you say that like inchoate a stupid come it it doesn't just acquitted one category of we stop rushing to calling things a sexist or racist or homophobic or whatever it is heavily just judge based on not owned by us but what's in front of us have what we choose to judge situation as it actually unfold using just the context in which it unfolded sometimes when somewhat acts in an istanbul a sexist racist home for whatever it is it will exist within that context and i think we should absolutely go out of our way to point that out because we want it to be a lesson so that other people choose not to go down that route but if it's not there why instantly decide to bring it into the conversation you don't know out there i never knew i never know half the context right we don't know why someone says something to another person most of the time sometimes we perceive it as root i would rather simply perceived as rude rather than go into a job interview and not get a job and assume it's because i'm gay or go to a restaurant give that service.