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"italy malta" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

03:42 min | 3 months ago

"italy malta" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

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"italy malta" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

07:17 min | 4 months ago

"italy malta" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

"Guess tensions are high but in this case yet still really super disappointed at the breeze executives for openly. Flaunting rules like this. I don't even recall hearing any sort of onboard announcements about wearing a mask and granted. This was Fight with gibson media onboard but it was still a revenue passenger carrying flight at the end of the day so everyone should have been following the rules. Not and they did not. Let's go to belarus now and kind of walked through what's happened in the past week or so. There are so many notes to read and we will not certainly not read them all. But there's a few that i want to touch on and kind of what's happened with the situation so just today. Were reporting june the second and just today yassa has finally come out with its safety directive that says jasa member states should not let their members to aircraft fly over belarus so this was something that was suggested by the union the day after the ryanair incident and then it took until today for jasa to come out and say okay. Don't do that. Most airlines had already restricted their overflights. However there were some european airlines that were still flying belarus in this new prohibition puts the restriction on that and so we should see that overflying kind of dry up bellarusse. Meanwhile has been restricted in a variety of places from flying such that. They're kind of western and southern flank has been cut off so they have started flying the long way around. I think the longest flight now is. They're they're flight from minsk to tunisia. And that goes through. Russian airspace into turkish airspace greece. Italy malta and tunisia. And so that's added about two hours to their flying time on that particular flight. Most of their flights to european destinations have been cancelled. And they're still operating charter flights to places like tunisia and egypt. But are taking very circuitous routes at this point. So that's kind of where those two things stand. And then there's the faa's not him which. I don't know if you read this or what but it didn't really make any sense unless they were trying to not say anything but felt that they needed to say something yeah. It wasn't kind of like a a suggestion to maybe try to avoid the area but only for passenger flights but not calling it. Only mentioned passenger carrying operators did not say anything about cargo. There are a few united flights that have flown over belarus in the past. But it's not something that they did on a regular basis. The two flights to india the Chicago to delhi and then newark to mumbai or vice versa. The city pairs but but there were two united flights to india and they sometimes flew over belarus when the winds were very favorable to push the flight south so that they could do that and say fuel and in and things like that but other than that there are no. Us passenger carriers. That fly over its fedex ups and some of the charter cargo airlines one of which had already stopped flying over belarus. So very interesting wording notams but will take with that Whatever information were supposed to gather. I do not know but as it stands right now. Not much has changed. Things have expanded a little bit but not much has changed the only real new front. We've got our. The reciprocal agreements between germany and russia have halted flights because of covid. Russia stopped approving season's worth of fights or direct flights to their airports and moved to a month to month. Kind of like your lease expired in in your continuing month to month and so germany and russia have now suspended. Each other's flights pending approvals will see how long this lasts. Because i can't see it being a net benefit for russia. I think we talked about this last time. But i i just can't see it as being a net for russia even medium-term. Now they're gonna have to weigh the benefits and cons here. How protecting neighbour belarus against to see if they really want fights to germany or if they really wanna block fights from germany at can't imagine that this would last long other than a couple of days spat but dumber things persistent for much longer. There's there's the episode title there we go okay. Speaking of things going on. For quite some time boeing has once again halted seventy seven deliveries after what seems like a at approvals process for an agreed upon inspection process. So the reporting that seen especially from dominic gates at the seattle times and the folks over the wall street journal it is that the faa wants to make sure that boeing's done its homework and has everything in order before they sign off on the inspection and approval process. So this seems like it won't last long but as you noted a minute ago. Dumber things have lasted for lager How long it takes for the seventy seven deliveries to to restart. Yeah we can provide a little more background here. I think there's a bit of discrepancy or unsettled determination. On how boeing does its final checks on the approval aircraft. Whether or not the faa wants to allow boeing to kind of spot check the aircraft using algorithms said data science to figure out what is most likely to be problematic and only inspect that versus doing a much broader overarching inspection of more aircraft. And that's probably a good thing to settle before you start re delivering aircraft. You want to know that. I think as you know as the faa wants to know exactly. What's happening in in how it's happening in when it's happening and i think boeing has now a vested interest in making sure that the faa is satisfied with their activities. Let's turn to something worthy. Faa wasn't satisfied. Boeing will pay at least seventeen million in penalties and undertake corrective actions with its protection under a settlement agreement reached late last week..

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"italy malta" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:55 min | 5 months ago

"italy malta" Discussed on KOMO

"Here's couples air kinds. The Mariners Open a three game Syria's against Baltimore tonight after taking two of three from the Angels, including a two Nothing win yesterday. James got six shutout innings from lefty Justus Sheffield and four relievers help nail down the shut out win. The Mariners are still a game behind Oakland in the A L West with a record of 16 and 13. Rule Radius and Brad Smith combined for three goals to leave the Sounders to a three Nothing win over the Galaxy last night. The Sounders would be at Portland for a Cascadia Cup match on Sunday. See X three draft picks, retired for the second fewest by any team since the common draft began in 1967. They picked wide receiver Dwayne Eskridge of Western Michigan in the second round, then added Oklahoma quarterback Trey Brown in the fourth. Last pick in round six with stone fourth sight as six FT eight offensive tackle out of Florida, he says he lets his game speak for him. Monster of a man all business. Pretty quiet. Uh, not like a real vocal guy was just a real professional that is a two year starter in Florida. See accidents signed several free agents after the draft ended Sports A 10 and 40 minutes past the hour. America ITES Coma News President Biden said today he wants to raise the maximum number of refugees allowed into the United States this fiscal year. ABC is Karen Travers has details from Washington. President Biden is officially raising the Nations refugee captain 62,500 this fiscal year after facing weeks of pushback for not moving quickly enough to raise the camp from the 15,000 set by the Trump administration. In a statement, the president said that number and historic low quote did not reflect America's values as a nation that welcomes and supports refugees. Still, the president called it a quote sad truth that the U. S will not achieve 62,500 admissions this year. You know what he called quote the damage of the last four years, The Biden administration has set a goal of 125,000 refugee admissions for the next fiscal year. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington A deadly boat disaster off the coast of San Diego. Authorities say a 40 FT Cabin cruiser with dozens of people aboard crashed into a reef and capsized, killing at least three people. Authorities suspect human smugglers are behind the fatal journey. A B C's will car reports from near the scene. The 101st responders rushing to the scene. U S Coast Guard chopper swooping in to rescue those left behind team's performing chest compressions administering oxygen, some needing CPR and nearby Navy rescue swimmer springing to save lives. I gave everything to my wife and said on seeing here in a little bit and just jump in the water. He says he and a fellow sailor quickly jumped in despite the rough conditions. At one point, officials said that four people died before saying today there were three deaths and Half a world away. A dozen more people drowned in the Mediterranean Sea south of Italy this weekend, and humanitarian groups say Italy is using red tape to block rescue boats from bringing migrants to Italy. A B C's Megan Williams reports from Rome at least 11 people drowned when their rubber boat carrying two dozen migrants fleeing Libya sank at sea. Libyan authorities saved 12 people likely taking them back to detention centers. They escaped. Recently, 130 people drowned when their boat sank after Italy, Malta and Libya refused to respond to their calls for help for two days, with Pope Francis condemning it as a moment of shame. Humanitarian rescuers here say Italy is using bureaucracy to block their boats from leaving port and bringing migrants to a Europe that doesn't want them. Meghan Williams. ABC News Wrong Come on his time to 14 Time for a traffic update from the dude in Law Group Traffic Center or the Marina Rock, Inger. In Puyallup on River Road, both directions still blocked between seventh Street North Wait West and 11th Street Northwest due to a car that hit a pole in the power pole came down with the wires. We also have some police activity. It's a police response in Seattle in Seneca, westbound right near I five. Looks like there's several people involved with this. So they're asking that drivers avoid that area for right now. You're next. Come on Traffic.

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"italy malta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"italy malta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"People likely taking them back to detention centers. They've escaped. Recently, 130 people drowned when their boat sank after Italy, Malta and Libya refused to respond to their calls for help for two days, with Pope Francis condemning it as a moment of shame. Humanitarian rescuers here say Italy is using bureaucracy to block their boats from leaving port and bringing migrants to a Europe that doesn't want them. Meghan Williams. ABC News Wrong. Rescue crews on Cape Cod flew into action after a distress call on Friday. WBC's Rob Woodard has more from the Cape Coast Guard says five Mariners were rescued from a vessel that was on fire Friday night after watch standers received a signal from an emergency beacon on the best with five o'clock. That vessel was located 85 miles east of the Cape. At the time, Coast Guard says the bow and wheelhouse of the 100 FT. Troller Nazca were engulfed in flames. When the year station Cape Cod crew arrived. The fishing boat crew was standing on the stern of the boat. They were directed to get into the water where they were hoisted above and brought to shore. No injuries reported after that rescue in six ft Seas. In the Cape Cod be Rove. Rob ordered WBZ Boston's news radio, also on the Cape. Don't be alarmed if you see a low flying helicopter in the coming weeks. Starting today, the helicopter will be dropping aural Rabies vaccines for raccoons and other wildlife and Barnstable in Plymouth counties. That's according to the Cape Cod Times, which says the effort will continue until June. 4th. The National Park Service is opening a rare opportunity for skilled shooters. CBS's Jim Crow Sula tells us they need help reducing the.

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"italy malta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:33 min | 8 months ago

"italy malta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Not able to live where they currently live. Because there's no water or because it's too hot or because food can't be produced. You will have the same massive numbers of people as refugees and the politics of nations, potentially even conflict. Will be affected. As a consequence, Glascow will be extremely important. In fact, I would say that in my judgment, it is the last best chance The world has to come together in order to do the things we need to do to avoid the worst consequences of the climate crisis. Three years ago, we were told we have 12 years to avoid those consequences. Three of those years were lost because we have Donald Trump, who didn't believe in any of it. And now we have nine years left to try to do what science is telling us we need to do And our hope is that in Glascow, the private sector Will be front and center, helping with the finance necessary to do what we need to do. You've got bold plans for transforming the U. S economy, But the majority in the Senate is as thin as it could possibly be. How confident are you? That you can actually deliver ambitious action in the U. S. Well, a lot of the action that the President Biden is going to seek to to put in play. Is going to come from the private sector. He's not gonna wait for the Senate or the house to get their act together. He's going to go to private sector and help them to be able to engage in a way that helps to build the future immediately. Now That's not to say the president is going to try to get Congress to be part of this. Of course he wants them. But it isn't going to be solely dependent on one source. This has to be multi source has to be multilateral, all countries working together and I think The marketplace is gonna have a lot to say with what happens. John Kerry? Well, the former U. S secretary of state's thoughts on climate change, having the capacity to displace millions of people around the globe. Are pertinent to our next item. Ah, warning from the United Nations refugee agency today that systematic efforts are being made to deny migrants basic human rights as they try to get into Europe. U. N officials are highlighting forced expulsions that land and sea borders in Greece, Italy, Malta and Croatia, which they say are not only inhumane, they're illegal. Peter Kessler is the UNHCR spokesman in Greece. I asked him what he knew about the treatment of migrants around Europe's borders, or, for example, from Greece. We've heard reports of individuals picked up in refugee reception centers or other detention centers and taken back across the border force. Back across the border. We've had reports of a minor child who was outside his home who was picked up at a bus stop and then called back his family two days later. Having been summarily deported, not being given access to a phone or anything. We have numerous reports of people being pushed back its sea or being collected on coastline areas where they had landed and then forced back into boats once again and towed back out to sea and, of course in other countries across Europe. We have Numerous reports of individuals being forced back from borders and other countries beaten their possessions stolen and it's too numerous to ignore it. This stage Why are these things happening now? Are they new? These are not new phenomena. Greece has always had a very stiff border control policy. But despite the fact that asylum numbers have progressively decreased in recent years, we have sky rocketing information from our own sources and other very reliable sources. That people are being pushed back from Greece's frontier and from other borders across Europe, In some cases under the guise of cove it controls But elsewhere, it seems to be blatant attempts to prevent people from seeking protection from persecution or people who are fleeing war. The UNHCR uses the word systematic. Are you suggesting that this isn't just misbehavior but that it could be sanctioned at state or even you level. It's difficult for us to say in terms of sanctions and the level that they may take place, but certainly the performance of border authorities of coastguards of police. Is very much a concern. Clearly, it seems that person's air not being treated in accordance with national laws with EU laws with international law and that for this to happen, at least on the scale that we see in countries like here in Greece, it has to come with a green light. From a fairly high level. You've raised concerns with governments and with the U. What's the response Bean? Some governments, as we see here in Greece are flat. Out, deny that it's happening elsewhere, of course, so we have similar reports or proposals for there to be some fact finding But what needs to happen with each and every case is a proper investigation, remedial activities and, of course, affirmations of from the Coast Guard and border and police authorities. This will stop you say numbers of migrants and refugees trying to cross borders a significantly down at the moment. Could that perhaps be because of these tougher policies? They could be acting as a deterrent? Certainly what we see across Europe are that many hundreds. If not, thousands of people are not getting to make an asylum claim. They're being forced back. Before they're being allowed into the necessary procedures that every single asylum seekers should have access to, and that's in the midst, of course of declining numbers, So the people on the move coming towards Europe are very minimal, very manageable, and they should not be turned back. Certainly at the risk of their lives over deadly rivers or see borders. Peter Kessler from the UNHCR in Greece, BBC World Service Distribution of.

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"italy malta" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:02 min | 10 months ago

"italy malta" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"italy malta" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"italy malta" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

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"italy malta" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"italy malta" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Sync with information occasions when I was 30 Trade between North Korea and its ally China has fallen by 99%. Amid concerns that point Yang is facing a severe humanitarian crisis. North Korea sealed its border with China in late January to prevent the spread of the Corona virus. But this blockade has also stopped the floor of essential supplies, including food and medicine. China accounts for over 90% of North Korea's treat, But in October on the 11 8 times made it into the country. There's very little chance goods are being smuggled in a sort of shit to kill order was issued right along the border. It is. BBC correspondent Laura Bicker reporting for European Union countries fear planned reforms to the E U's asylum system will leave them to cope with migrant inflows, mostly alone. Greece, Italy, Malta in Spain, saying a joint paper mandatory quotas were needed for sharing out people who qualify for refugee status. Maura Town hold dot com As the coronavirus leaves many people housebound and many Americans sitting feast for Thanksgiving this weekend, the World Health Organization is urging people to get more active. The latest from Ben Thomas, the U. N Health agency says 25% of adults and 80% of adolescents do not get enough physical activity in their daily lives. Regular physical activity is important to prevent heart disease, diabetes and cancer. And also boost brain health producing symptoms of depression and anxiety. The W. H O says up to five million deaths could be avoided each year if people would run walk or simply move more for adults. It recommends at least 2.5 hours of moderate to vigorous aerobic activity.

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Coronavirus cases on the rise globally, recoveries also on the rise

Masters in Business

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus cases on the rise globally, recoveries also on the rise

"Well the number of reported cases continues to grow in the U. S. Italy Malta Iran lots of nations but although the global death toll has topped thirty four hundred more people have now recovered from the virus then have been sickened by it New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he's encouraged by the increasing number of cases they're turning up because we want to identify people because we want to put them in a position where they're not going to affect anybody else we want to find positives Cuomo says the more that infections are found the more effectively the virus can be contained the U. N.'s World Health Organization continues to resist describing the crisis as a pandemic saying unless we're convinced it's uncontrollable why don't we call

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"italy malta" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"italy malta" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Comes on it becomes a panel it's like an extra ball Selena also dropped points in a goalless draw but Jim inside proceed Dortmund the game did moderates into action I have legal messy who's been out injured since July and the European debut the sixteen year old MC fal'cie will Guinean is now the youngest man to represent ball set in New York Slavia Prague pizza all the young kid became the first Nigerian since you Cuba in two thousand and fall to score his champions league debut the Slavia Prague side ritual with some a lamp eight more games later on today with Paris and Germanic ins rail Madrid and Atletico Madrid against Juventus seven to stand out matches now several properties belonging to top officials of the Nigerian football federation been seized in a fresh corruption private off of the property seized belongs to ex president I'm you panic it comes amid wide ranging claims of that how money meant for football development allegedly disappeared in it has declined to comment in made and I have told the BBC that he and for the top officials of being victimized denied any wrongdoing to rugby union where with just a few days to go until the start of the World Cup the fifth best team in the world right to send home a coach for alleged breach of will grow Beatles Kering faxing and anti corruption rob how Lee was Wales is backs coach and with James played with Halle from the international career the media frenzy on the all the opposition will be latch onto it to trying to disrupt what wheels have in in the army I think it's at this stage in competition or the the beginning with competition it's it's very detrimental to Wales and especially as you know everybody in Wales thinks this is probably our best opportunity today to come away with the William Webb Ellis Cup Japan against Russia is the opening game of the tournament on Friday more about lots woman tomorrow here on new year's day but for now that's the latest sports. thank you James James breaks with the sports now we're gonna talk about migrants and Italy and Malta Malta was refusing to accept ninety migrants rescued by the Italian Coast Guard officials in Italy said that they were picked up for Maltese waters last night at the request of the Maltese authorities of Mota says the migrants that should be taken to the Italian island of Lampedusa as the nearest safe harbor now after the to and fro in the arguments that we assembly rather familiar with Malta did eventually agreed to take in around ninety migrants that it originally Asti Tenneco Scott to take now this is typical of the kind of arguments provoked by the hard line of the Italian government the Italian government that just fell Matteo salvini was the right wing interior minister he made to great political play by banning ports and the timing because Khan from taking in migrants picked up at sea but he's gone so will be a change with a new government that features the left of center Democratic Party let's speak to someone who has campaigned on these issues for quite a long time is also run for office as well for the radical left a coalition that's another Bundu Italian politicians joins us live now I'm this is I suppose an opportunity all they will soon be another opportunity sadly to demonstrate a change of policy in Italy do you think that that's gonna happen. good morning yes I do think they'll be definitely be a change from the old the interior minister the previous interior minister salvini because number JK she was and she's current and interior minister here any any and that she used to be a prefect in Milan and she is already carried out in a previous job she was she was against the anti my migration laws they had in the small seated in the north of the city so we do hope they'll be a change and in the hardline integration measured style beanie hat for the past month right now that's interesting because it's being politically quite successful for Mr salvini as well isn't there a risk for the government in changing that policy that actually I'm I'm afraid to say did prove quite popular with voters. yes I'm fortunate very very but when you when you when you do when you're into politics you're not supposed to just follow what people want you to say because obviously that would be easier your you need to take a serious measures to look into the future so we we the meeting that is not supposed to be taking place on the twenty third of September I believe in in Malta with that Darius down you may miss does we will be able they will be able to to sit down and reduce costs the dogs in ventilation and backed away yeah obviously the people who are hearing aid city who support supported studying still support so the because they believe it city had been messed along each to be angry with the migration policy they'll be able to see that just the same thing that happened two days ago where you had the ocean by king was discharged vessel that was allowed into a partir need city after an agreement a deal had been reached without with the European Union for the redistribution of migrants now. you raise that and the raise a really interest you you raise a really important point I mean you've admitted that it can be troublesome to stand up for migrants politically at the moment in Italy but surely what you'll now suggesting is that the E. U. is the body that has to step up and help it to Lee by spreading the burden because the whole point was of a fairly a fairly justifiable pointed Italy it felt it had been abandoned and doctors played politically very well for the far right so you now need help from the E. you don't you. exactly but even the falcons had been abandoned because the thank you minister Sir lenient that accent your minister Nabil so much is beta never took part in the meetings he didn't go to twenty two meetings in the in the year where they had to reduce costs that the entry of my grant and where which stayed put in charge of examining the request of international protection that's what they talk about when we're talking about we discussing Dublin regulation the interior minister one set up wanted to did not actually want to take part in this discussion because it was easier for him to have to have these full powers to have people and supporting him with that we don't add to migrants policies so that wouldn't be talking about the real problems here any city I mean on and con men and all the rest and until he was a clear policy do you think and none of that stuff I mean salvini his style is not to go quietly and the many accusations made about him for sort of making the rhetoric against migrants in Italy much hotter and making things harder for migrants his full from office how much does that actually change the rhetoric in the mood to do you think. well now like she hadn't been in office just for about ten days a couple of weeks and the we haven't only been talking about migrants unity so I suppose give it a few months people would start talking about the real problems on cell being is acknowledged they think he acts like that thank you for change that fact that stand up content I think it will it will gradually fall because when you start to see that that that you have people who really tried to take care of the problem of the west as you were saying yeah then we will we will I think all the support she has will will probably be fall I'm going back to he's okay and to the left many many thanks indeed campaign and position and another wouldn't do reflecting on that well the the latest standoff in the Mediterranean over of course rescued migrants. now this week on the BBC world service way.

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"italy malta" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"italy malta" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"He couldn't be traced for months disappeared off the face of the earth Joseph missiles lawyer is have said that their client is preferred prepares to testify in front to all of the DOJ Attorney General baas DOJ and to state that his connection to Papadopoulos his initiation of communication saying I have things I can connect you to in Moscow was at the behest was requested by a western intelligence agency he was asked to do so to set a trap and that's where it all begins that makes Watergate look like an inconsequential bullet let's wait wait and see what happens with the come through with the heights in Italy Malta aware of a but that's huge you can trust John because he's been on the money for two years and secondly his sources the the declassification of key FISA documents may be imminent the president told me he wants to declassify them because what they did was wrong well it might just happen I'm suggesting look at this is America first broadcast on the Salem radio network back to calls in.

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"italy malta" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"italy malta" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Be traced for months disappeared off the face of the earth Joseph Smith suits lawyer this have said that their client is preferred prepared to testify in front to all of the DOJ Attorney General baas DOJ and to state that his connection to Papadopoulos his initiation of communication saying I have things I can connect you to in Moscow was at the behest was requested by a western intelligence agency he was asked to do so to set a trap and that's where it all begins that makes Watergate look like an inconsequential let's wait wait and see what happens with the come through with the heights in Italy Malta aware of a but that's huge you can trust John because he's been on the money for two years and secondly his sources the the declassification of key FISA documents may be imminent the president told me he wants to declassify them because what they did was wrong well it might just happen I'm suggesting look at this is America first broadcast on the Salem radio network back to calls in.

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"italy malta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"italy malta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hill as Mr. Trump says he wants to recruit, the most brilliant, people to live in this country through a system that rewards talent and brains, a Houston woman is locked up this afternoon on charges of arranging fake marriages for illegal immigrants. ABC's Jim Ryan says she's just one of nearly one hundred people charged in this massive marriage. Franz. Game. Investigators say Ashley yen wins clients in Vietnam would pay her up to seventy thousand dollars to provide documents a backstory a willing participant on this end even fake wedding albums to create the illusion of an actual marriage that could allow the client to stay in the US illegally in some cases, say, investigators that spouses, never met even after they were married wins. Attorney says prosecutors here are trying to imply that our client is less important because she's a naturalized citizen, not born here. Italy is warning humanitarian ship to stay away, ABC's. Megan Williams is in Rome. And she says the vessel has dozens of rescued people on board. The NGO see watch says, Italy, Malta and Holland have not answered its request to disembark, sixty five people rescued by ship off the coast of Libya. Italy's far-right interior minister Mateo, Savini says ports here remain closed. And he says if the ship crosses into Italian waters, he will consider it and non harmless act Italy's populace to our government wants to find n. Jio rescue boats up to six thousand dollars for each migrant. They disembark among the people rescued by c watch our eleven women to babies thirteen children, and a disabled person, Meghan Williams, ABC news. Rome, most Europeans think the EU could collapse by twenty forty South Americans also believe that and Kevin owes Beck says, pessimism is high since Levada, and France is the vacuum. Two thirds people believe it's a realistic possibility in fronts. Fifty eight percent believe that could happen as well. The survey, you using data from fourteen European states also shows that three ten survey think conflict, breaking out among members is a real possibility. The countries with the lowest levels of pessimism are Denmark, Sweden, and Spain. It's not all bad news, though, for Brussels. The latest polling from the European Commission's Europe. Remedy showed two thirds of Europeans have favorable views of the EU Kevin Beck Brussels. And the story now the British Prime Minister Theresa May's now asking lawmakers inter-party, who wanted to quit to get behind her latest push for the Brexit deal pro Brexit lawmakers are furious Britain has not yet left the EU almost three years after voters decided to split the smiley face at WalMart could soon, turn upside down, CBS news business reporter Jason Brooks has customers could get hit with higher prices because of the trade war, which WalMart says it may be forced to raise prices due to the higher tariffs on Chinese imports chief financial officer. Brett Biggs told reporters that the retailer is monitoring tariff discussions and said that increased tariffs will lead to increase prices for WalMart, customers investors are concerned about the impact of the trade war on WalMart, given that it's the biggest importer in the US. And the company also says that it plans to speed up some imports in order to avoid rising tariffs, WalMart sales grew at a stronger than expected pace in the first. Leading to a strong stock gain. Right. Stock in the world's biggest retailer gaining nearly one and a half percent. Just today for the seventh consecutive consecutive year. Walmart tops, the fortune five hundred by the way, Exxon is next with apple taking third place for the first time. Let's see who's in first place now at the PGA with Bob Bubka Brooks. Good opened up with seven seven-under-par bogey-free, sixty three Danny Lee. Former US Hamadeh champion has just signed his card for a six hundred PA around. He's only one shot bag tough day for tiger. Woods. You had to sign for two over par seventy two Phil Mickelson. He still out on the golf course he's one under par. He's played twelve holes from the PGA. I'm Bob and from the greens to beacon hills hidden gardens, coming up next on WBZ. You're now your typical Saturday morning supermarket experience..

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"italy malta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"italy malta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good afternoon. Laurie Kirby and here are the five things you need to know at three fifteen. The president just rolled out his merit based immigration plan for the nation. It includes his border, wall, increased security, and again that merit merit based system for entry here. We have a special report from ABC news in less than fifteen minutes from now and Whitman teacher is on leave after an allegation of inappropriate conduct with a student yesterday morning. All right back now to our top story, immigration, America's immigration system, should bring in people who will expand opportunities for striving low income, Americans not to compete with those low income Americans. All right, that's just a little portion of that. Let's dig a little bit deeper here. Joining me live. CBS correspondent Steven Dorsey and no big surprises, Stephen. No. This is a pitch of an immigration reform plan that he's had various versions of the headline out of here. I think is, is that folks who come here, or at least one to come here should be able to know English and take a civic Zam that's not unsurprising that he would make that proposal. But it's not very likely it will pass the democratic controlled house, which he says Republicans will went back after the twenty twenty presidential election. I keep thinking of the statue of liberty and what's. Blazoned on their bring us your poor masses, the huddled masses, this kind of is contrary to what has always been the philosophy of immigration in this country. According to the president, we don't want the poor. In fact, we went to rich. We're on high earners. We want skilled workers engineers doctors with advanced degrees who are young that can contribute to what the president calls, the social safety net of the country. So pay into social security to Medicare that no English and those would get the most points or priority in its merit, grace merit-based immigration system, that does away with this visa lottery, any support from the GOP on this, or how much support I should say. Oh, yeah. Oh, of course, Republicans to back this plan, including the presidents don't just allies lake Senator Lindsey Graham, and Steve Scalise in the house, the majority leader there. But like I said earlier, it doesn't have really much support from Democrats who are most concerned about doing away with the visa lottery system with Nancy Pelosi saying that this merit based system is a slight to the million. Of immigrants who've already come to this country because it says if they are not wanted. All right. Steven dorsey. Thank you for that live update. And we have another update on the news conference out of the rose garden that just wrapped up with speech. I should say the address coming up at three, thirty with Ben Parker here on WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty. Meantime, a Houston woman is locked up on charges of arranging dozens of fake marriages for illegal immigrants today. ABC's Jim Ryan says she's just one of almost one hundred people charge in this massive marriage fraud scheme. Investigators say Ashley yen wins clients in Vietnam would pay her up to seventy thousand dollars to provide documents a backstory a willing participant on this end even fake wedding albums to create the illusion of an actual marriage that could allow the client to stay in the US illegally. In some cases. Investigators that spouses, never met, even after they were married. Prosecutors are trying to employ. Why, she says that her client is a less important person because she's a naturalized citizen. Not born here. Italy is warning a humanitarian ship to stay away. ABC's. Megan Williams is in Rome, as she says the vessel is dozens of rescued people on board. Right now. The NGO see watch says, Italy Malta and hall and have not answered its request to disembark, sixty five people rescued by ship off the coast of Libya. Italy's far-right interior minister, Matteo, Salvini, says, ports here remained closed. And he says if the ship crosses into Italian waters, he will consider it a non harmless act. Italy's populist, far-right government wants to find NGO rescue boats up to six thousand dollars for each migrant. They disembark among the people rescued by c watch our eleven women to babies thirteen children, and a disabled person, Meghan Williams, ABC news. Rome, most Europeans think the EU could collapse by twenty forty they're not alone. South America agrees. Kevin OPEC says, pessimism is highest in Slovakia, and France Avakian, two-thirds, people believe it's. A realistic possibility in Frantz, fifty eight percent believe that could happen as well. The survey, you using data from fourteen European states also shows that three ten survey think conflict breaking out among e members is a real possibility. The countries with the lowest levels of pessimism are Denmark, Sweden, and Spain. It's not all bad news, though, for Brussels. The latest polling from the European Commission's Europe. Ramadan showed two thirds of Europeans have favorable views of the EU. Kevin Beck Brussels. And from favorable views to the fair way, the PGA is underway. Brooks cub go the defending champion at the PGA championship showing that he means business. He posted seven birdies in round one. No bogeys. He sits atop the leaderboard at seven under poor. Danny Lee make an move. He's four under through eleven three back. Tommy Fleetwood from England. He's three under Pau and he is finished for the day. Tiger woods. Not today he was looking for a two of apar- of seventy two from the PGA. I'm bob..

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"italy malta" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"italy malta" Discussed on Here & Now

"From taylor mss project coordinator i louis vim aunt listen we are well prepared and we have food enough to this point two two to three days we'll prepared for what we'll will prepare to at least feed and provide basic care for some of the six hundred thirty people that came on board that sucked today night and in the odi hours of sunday and well prepared to wait for italy to tell aquarius what we were going to do with all those people it was the very first time ever since aquarius started conducting operations they had always dropped people off in a fourth of safety in italy this was the very first time doctors without borders and sos madani had to deal with with this kind of scenario and we spent mutant forty eight hours stuck in the same spot as c between italy malta waiting to hear from where that port of safety was going to be we kept hearing all these political messages coming from rome of politicians angrily tolkien about migrants having to pack their bags and grew back back to where they came from let me tell you they didn't board our ship with any bags they came with nothing some of them came on board nearly naked there was one man at least that i saw threatening to jump in the water he said he would rather die there than go back to libya soon now they're in valencia there in spain what happens next to these migrants they will have forty five days to stay in spain and request asylum in spain nor all the six hundred thirty people that were rescued and transferred to aquarius that weakened are going to be able to stay in europe many of them will have their applications denied some of them already know that others are really hoping for a chance of a better life in europe but the process is going to be long laborious complicated the vast majority of people i spoke to have no idea how things are going to go in kept asking me for vice and for suggestions we didn't really have and i was honest i told him i don't understand rules i cannot guide you through this they have been assisted by hundreds of volunteers in the portable pulling theat with this arrival and so over the next few weeks and months they are going to be given a chance to request asylum to tell their story to explain why they left their homes and perhaps they will be given the chance to start a new one in you life in europe and these boogies price coast wounded for your news thanks for joining us thank you and now let's go to the remote border crossing of to neo texas where the trump administration is housing immigrant children who have been separated from their parents hundreds of boys are living there in industrial tents as outrage grows about the trump administration's family separation policy but as emily cureton reports this is the first time this stretch of desert has house an immigrant detention camp back in november twenty sixteen robert hyman drove the forty miles from el paso to see a tent in tore neo really out in the middle of nowhere in the fringe of desert he in about a dozen other immigration advocates were invited a detention camp was originally opened here under the obama administration it was meant to be a solution to overcrowded holding cells after a huge flood of immigrants from central america a solution that hyman and others had been pushing for access to medical care better access to showers and toilets better heating and cooling he says the conditions in the tent were a lot less prison like than other detention centres he'd been in he was showing the different areas for families single adults and unaccompanied children the biggest shortcoming is just that there's absolutely no privacy now this toward neo tint is not for family he's it's for minors crowded out of detention centers since the family separation policy began and this time advocates like hyman have not been invited in and he says the conditions aren't really his primary concern anymore there's no cage that you could make that is gilded well enough that makes up for the fact that you're tearing children away from their parents the last census counted ninety nine percent of the town of neo as mexican american and a third of the.

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"italy malta" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"italy malta" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"In the desert there's a giant net about the size of an olympic swimming pool there are some plastic gutters with orange plastic tubing will explain more live from london this is the marketplace morning report from the bbc world service i'm on good morning it was a happy ending for more than six hundred migrants rescued at sea after more than a week in limbo they sang and danced their way office ships sunday into a port in spain after being turned away by italy malta now migration is making and breaking governments in europe today in germany angela merkel faces a serious challenge from her own coalition ally and interior minister horst seehofer the bbc's damien mcguinness in berlin explains mr z wolfram mackel are in a showdown right now as we speak and it's all to do with this item seekers today who has a plan to knock back asylumseekers already been registered in other european countries so for example if someone's come over the mediterranean italy they've registered there but they've moved onto germany while the interior minister now ones is to not let those migrants in across the board and of course as difficult within the eu where you have free movement of people what mrs mackall argues is that from the gis school points of view is hard to control those borders any away because of free movement but also if germany does this it means that germany is effectively unilaterally deciding how europe should deal with migration we should point out that germany took in what a million asylum seekers since twenty fifteen the numbers of a massive so two thousand fifteen thousand sixteen one and a half million migrants came into germany they were all asylum seekers since then the numbers have gone down a lot but you're still talking hundreds of thousands of people every year applying for silom the southern state of bavaria took the brunt of.

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"italy malta" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"italy malta" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Daniel looking at the way that we looking at how we've come to this point several years ago when refugees were drowning the washes by the nfl of the waters of a city italy was crying out to europe saying please help us where we cannot cope with what's going on of the of lampedusa we're in huge problems we've now ended up with a populist government in italy which many people are saying at least possibly a direct result of the european union's failure to address immigration question then yes i think that failure has definitely strongly contributed to the the march of the fall right in italy towards positions of power i think it's worth remembering the reason why italy started its own search and rescue operation at the end of two thousand and thirteen was because that was to really horrible shipwrecks one of which was caused by italy malta squabbling over who had responsibility to step in and save lives and so we're kind of seeing repeats of that now i think what's really important to recognize though is the fact that we now have a fall right politician in charge of interior ministry in italy who is using the refugees on body aquarius is kind of bogging chip the in a way he's continuing policy that was set in motion by liberal and centrist governments in italy announce wear in europe which is that they you know on the one hand trying to maintain gt to humanitarian rescue and on the other.

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Russia, Ukraine talk peace in meeting with Germany, France

Morning Edition

02:16 min | 3 years ago

Russia, Ukraine talk peace in meeting with Germany, France

"Will get up to eighty seven santa rosa reaching eighty nine later and sacramento we'll have a high of ninety three degrees it's eight forty two from npr news in washington i'm lakshmi singh the british parliament's considering today's briefing from prime minister theresa may on the recent g seven summit where the us and its allies were glaringly divided over tariffs mesa countries had to avoid taking unilateral action to protect the global trading system the foreign ministers of germany france ukraine and russia are meeting in berlin this data discuss a lingering war in eastern ukraine npr's harasser howdy nelson has more the first time in sixteen months the four ministers are meeting to talk about the conflict a week ago the un security council formerly encouraged russia and ukraine to recommit to a twenty fifteen peace deal the four ministers backed the idea of deploying a un peacekeeping mission to help ensure ceasefires aren't broken but they disagree over what kind of a mandate the international force would have the international commission on missing persons is bringing together leaders of four mediterranean country in rome today to help them cooperate on the identification of missing migrants more from joanna kakissis commission help identify thousands of people buried in mass graves during the balkan wars in the nineties now the group is hoping to help italy malta greece and cyprus identify hundreds of missing migrants who were buried in numbered grapes but the plan which involves the country sharing information on missing migrants may hit a roadblock with italy which recently elected an anti refugee government this is npr news eight forty three now and time for a listener perspective bees are often thought of as something new shoe away from an outdoor meal but that outdoor meal probably wouldn't be there in the first place if it weren't for bees with some thoughts on this this morning here's peggy hanson it's noisy in there and hot ninety degrees no matter rain or shine freeze or thaw i lift the lid and they rise to greet me each one a tiny fuzzy genius though disturbed by my intrusion they are happily mellow and unmilitary eleven pounds of them swirl around the hive or cling to combs inside tending business more pressing than my arrival that's roughly forty thousand honeybees.

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"italy malta" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"italy malta" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Okay you'll be a different for it's scary i know that you'll be different photographer when you return and a better one it's f one seven says fast or is it too might be too it's fast enough but it doesn't have its minimum focal length is like point seven meters it's pretty distant anna's fine you'll manage i'll get away all right okay you talked me into it it was sure be easier than carrying a big bag with me all these taking lona wonderful lona spain italy malta morocco see i'm gonna this is this is going to be a great photograph opportunity we're going yeah but so that's i don't wanna kick myself and say gosh i wish i had now you you will you won't you you might want to times but you'll be so much happier with your photos when you come home as you're my mental been there i've been there at works it works nice it's scary but it works doc band thanks chris have a great day i'll see it exed week to to next week by leo laporte the tech i eight eight ask leo the phone number oh know i don't remember what the photo assignment is i was going to tell you about the photo assignment and i for is always hand isn't it's hand so what chris does each week on the show of course talk about but then he also gives a simon we usually have a month there's no no reward it's not a competition this really mostly just to give you an excuse to go out and take pictures and you don't have to have a fancy camera camera phone is fine point and shoot is fine and instamatic would be fine so we're asking he's asking this month that you take a picture illustrates the word or concept hand.

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