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"ivan lamb" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"ivan lamb" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"All. Undermanned from Fox News and Amazon. Alexa, director of National Intelligence, John Radcliffe, warning Thursday. China is now the biggest threat to the U. S. And too much of the world. Ratcliffe spoke to. Fox news dot com China is the on Lee country capable of challenging American supremacy across the board supply chain issues. Foreign investment CYBER issues five G. China is the only country that threatens American supremacy. The chairman of the Joint Chiefs echoed that view as well. Even NATO is shifting its focus beyond Russia. The Chinese Communist Party continues its crackdown on Hongkong's pro democracy activists jailing 24 year old Sure Wang, Agnes Chow and 26 year old Ivan Lamb, who have endured solitary confinement and were sentenced to prison this week for organizing peaceful protests. Jennifer Griffin, the State Department says it is limiting visas for members of the Chinese Communist Party and their family members for past nefarious activities. A resignation yesterday have the White House White House communications director Elissa Ferre is leaving the White House, she says to pursue new opportunity. Sparrow has led the White House communications team since April. Before that. She was a press secretary for the Pentagon and Press secretary for vice president Pence in a statement, she says it's been an honor to work with the team in Operation Warp speed the administration's effort to develop of covert 19 vaccine in Washington. Jared Halpern, Fox News Southwest Airlines again warning nearly 7000 workers could lose their jobs unless labor unions accept concessions to help the airline cope with a sharp drop in travel. We're asking for pay cuts of around 10% in exchange for a promise of no furloughs next year, police in Nashville asking for the public's help in solving the apparent murder of a nurse found shot to death in her car last evening Long Interstate 4 40 southwestern downtown Nashville. Jack Callahan. This is Fox News now. In a country where the color of your skin still dictates the care you receive. Nearly half of dermatologists say they were not.

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"ivan lamb" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"ivan lamb" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"S. And too much of the world. Ratcliffe spoke to. Fox news dot com China is the on Lee Country capable of challenging American supremacy across the board supply chain issues. Foreign investment CYBER issues five G. China is the only country that threatens American supremacy. The chairman of the Joint Chiefs echoed that view as well. Even NATO is shifting its focus beyond Russia. The Chinese Communist Party continues its crackdown on Hongkong's pro democracy activists, jailing 24 year old Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and 26 year old Ivan Lamb, who have endured solitary confinement and were sentenced to prison this week for organizing peaceful protests. Jennifer Griffin, the State Department says it is limiting visas for members of the Chinese Communist Party and their family man. There's four past nefarious activities. A resignation yesterday at the White House. White House communications director Elissa Farah is leaving the White House, she says to pursue new opportunity. Sparrow has led the White House communications team since April. Before that. She was a press secretary for the Pentagon and Press secretary for vice president Pence in a statement, she says it's been an honor to work with the team in Operation Warp speed. The administration's effort to develop a covert 19 vaccine in Washington shared Halpern Fox News Southwest Airlines again warning nearly 7000 workers could lose their jobs and less labor unions accept concessions to help the airline cope with a sharp drop in travel. We're asking for pay cuts of around 10% in exchange for a promise of no furloughs next year, police in Nashville asking for the public's help in solving the apparent murder of a nurse found shot to death in her car last evening along Interstate 4 40, southwest of downtown Nashville. Jack.

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Hong Kong jails 3 prominent young pro-democracy activists

The World and Everything In It

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Hong Kong jails 3 prominent young pro-democracy activists

"In hong kong. The government's now under the thumb of beijing is locking up pro democracy activists for speaking out. That as china continues. Its crackdown on liberties in what used to be a semi independent territory. World's kristen flavin has more activist joshua wong. We'll spend the next thirteen months in a prison cell after protesting police brutality. Last year outside a police station the government also sentenced activist ivan. Lamb to seven months behind bars and another agnes chow received a ten month sentence. Authorities arrested the three activists last month. A magistrate said the trio called on protesters to besiege the police headquarters and undermined law enforcement during the rally which drew thousands of people the activists to the defunct demo sisto political party and helped to draw global economy to hong kong's crackdown on dissent. Hong kong officials have arrested at least thirty one people under china's new so-called national security law which beijing imposed on the territory in june

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"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Yeah, you've seen this before? I think Paul Mr Morrison says there's always rhetoric between the two nations. But My position in my government's position is to seek constructive engagement. The relationship with China is a mutually beneficial one. It supports both their countries. It's good for both of our countries. And it's good for the interests of both countries. I think to constructively engage And Australia has been very clear. We've been very consistent with sort to be very respectful. We will continue to do that, and we will seek opportunities for constructive engagement. Now. This comes as Treasurer Josh, frightened Bird tell Sky TV that Australia will not give any ground on 14 Chinese grievances. Saying there may be some time before international borders are open. The Prime Ministry also says that his preparations are underway for the rollout of code Vaccine National Registry. We have kept to insure fairness in the process. Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong Desert supporters to hang on his words as he was sentenced to 13 months in jail also sentenced Agnes Chow to 10 months and the Ivan Lamb to seven months after sentencing, lamb shouted, never regretted. Stems from a small demonstration outside police headquarters last year. With House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, throwing their support behind using a $908 billion bipartisan stimulus proposal. This is a foundation for a new round of negotiations with Republicans. And with the White House and Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell seems to be well channeling the president. After several conversations with Secretary of the Treasury and the White House shooters step I put forward yesterday, another proposal. Reflecting what the president Is ready to sign into law. I mean, while Pelosi McConnell are moving to bring the defense spending bill for a vote in both chambers, this is likely to test the trump threat to veto. Neither includes the tech liability shield section 2 30 that Mr Trump is demanding be removed. UK says it is not distributing covered 19 vaccine Prime Minister Boris Johnson UK was the first country in the world to pre order supplies of this fires A vaccine Securing 40 million doses, and the CDC is shortened. Contact Quarantine Doctor Henry Walkie, CDC covert incident manager under these options quarantine can end after 10 days. Without a covert 19 test. If the reports if the person has reported no symptoms, or after seven days with a negative test results if the person has reported no symptoms now, CDC director Robert Redfield says the next three months will be the most difficult time and public health history of the United States and as if to prove the point. The U. S. Has just had its deadliest day ever over. 2600 covered 19 deaths, hospitalizations the worst ever over 100,000 For the first time. California has set another case record number over 20,000 Day today, Italy is set to tighten restrictions during the holiday season. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is extended the nation's partial lockdown for three more weeks, and the White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany is defending the gala Christmas party planned for the White House. By saying, quote. If looters can go on the streets of the U. S, the president can have his Christmas party. In San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Brian. All right. Thanks very much. Ed 38 minutes past the hour. So 22 minutes to the top. Dan Schwartzman, covering Global Sports sedan, one of.

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Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong is jailed

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong is jailed

"Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong Desert supporters to hang on his words as he was sentenced to 13 months in jail also sentenced Agnes Chow to 10 months and the Ivan Lamb to seven months after sentencing, lamb shouted, never regretted. Stems from a small demonstration outside police headquarters last year.

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"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It Next is called global News at you. As you very well know being there, Paul. This has been a rocky week, Mr Morrison today, eyes saying there's always rhetoric between the two nations. But My position in my government's position is to seek constructive engagement. The relationship with China is a mutually beneficial one. It supports both their countries. It's good for both of our countries. And it's good for the interests of both countries. I think the constructively engage And Australia has been very clear. We've been very consistent with sort to be very respectful. We will continue to do that, and we will seek opportunities for constructive engagement. Now this comes as treasurer, Judge Fried Enberg tell Sky TV that Australia will not give any ground. On the 14 Chinese grievances, saying that maybe sometime before international borders are open as well. The prime minister also said his preparations are underway for the rollout of the covert vaccine National Registry will be capped to ensure fairness in the process. Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong is urged supporters to hang on as he was sentenced to 13 months in jail. Also sentenced to Agnes Chow to 10 months. Ivan Lamb to seven months after sentencing, Lampe shouted, Never regretted Now. This stems from all the small demonstration outside police headquarters last year. With House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a U. S and the Senate majority leader, Minority Leader. Excuse me, Chuck Schumer throwing their support behind using a $908 billion bipartisan stimulus proposal as the foundation for a new round of negotiations with Republicans in the White House and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell seems to be channeling the president, with the process going on for several conversations with Secretary of the Treasury and the White House chief of staff I put forward yesterday another proposal. Reflecting what the president Is ready to sign into law. Meanwhile, Pelosi McConnell of moving to bring the defense spending bill for a vote in both chambers. This is likely to test the trump threat to veto neither includes the tech liability shield section 2 30 removal that Mr Trump is demanding. UK says it's not distributing Covert 19 vaccine Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the UK was the first country in the world to pre order supplies of this fires A vaccine Securing 40 million doses. They're CDC has shortened contact Quarantine Doctor Henry Walkie, CDC covert incident manager under these options quarantine can end after 10 days. Without a covert 19 tests. If the reports if the person has reported no symptoms, or after seven days with a negative test result is the person has reported no symptoms, and CDC Director Robert Redfield says the next three months will be the most difficult time in the public health history of the country. California set another case number record over 20,000 day today. Intensive care bed used to the governor says may become overrun by the end of the month. Italy is set to tighten restrictions during the holiday season, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel is extended the nation's partial lockdown for three more weeks. In San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Rightful alright, Thanks said. Well, it's a big day at the Champions League. Tell you what's been.

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Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Ivan Lam Are Sentenced in Hong Kong

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Ivan Lam Are Sentenced in Hong Kong

"Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong is urged supporters to hang on as he was sentenced to 13 months in jail. Also sentenced to Agnes Chow to 10 months. Ivan Lamb to seven months after sentencing, Lampe shouted, Never regretted Now. This stems from all the small demonstration outside police headquarters last

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"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"News update here at Baxter in San Francisco has it head all right, Brian Gotcha. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says China Is a very important trading partner that he will seek positive path moving forward that this past week has not been one of those positive paths. But he says Australia we patient and continue to try and work in a constructive manner. This comes as Treasury Josh Fried Enberg tell Sky TV that Australia will not give any ground on 14 Chinese grievances. Francis told you, chief negotiator, a Michele Barnier not to rush the Brexit deal doing so it says, risks of veto of deem that a cave to the UK at the end of a delicate road. Remember, this is a deal. It has to get unanimous consent of the 24 ambassadors in the EU, all of them. Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong is urged supporters to hang on as he was sentenced to 13 months in jail, also sentenced to a lesser times, Agnes Child and Ivan Lamb and the U. S president elect Joe Biden, in meeting with small business leaders, promising help. But says Congress now in session must act. Mr Biden, by the way, also says, as many as 250,000 people could die of covert before the end of the year. In San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Paul. All right. Thanks very much into that gives for the half hours that Karen colder. He's head of equity research for Asia at Union Bancaire Privee and a Karen. We were talking about the possibility for the likelihood of a recession and 2021. Here in Australia. We are already officially out of recession of the nation's sure to follow the vaccines on the way, but the flip side of everything looking rosy is who needs stimulus and ultra low rates anymore. How does that tie group get walked? Um so obviously it's the central banks. I need to walk that tightrope, and I think it's very unlikely that we're going to see anything but extremely accommodative. Central banks, you know, both in the region and globally until, um, until we're out of the woods, So, um, you know if if I think we and actually additional point would be. I think it's um We're not going to likely to see central banks trying to get ahead of inflation. Um s so even if we do see inflation spike on reopening and Economic recovery. You expect expect central banks the leg in terms of their response to that, so I think for them, there's there's really no choice. They don't want to be seen as, uh, I'm trying to put the brakes on recovery from such a such an event as we've had this year we look at the picture of the moment. We've got equities. Hi. We've got yields higher as well. A week A U. S. Dollar Is this looking like a reflation tried to you? Um yes, it is on de so I think you know in some of those points given what the Fed's policy stances likely, we're going to see continued dollar weakness. S so obviously this is good for you and equities. It's also good for other things denominated in dollars, like gold and Bitcoin. Even um so, yeah, I think this you know this is likely thesis ever inflation train for sure. Yeah, The dollar spot index took out has a 91 handle now, But in terms of e m, you're actually underweight Non China E m. Why is that? Um, well, so and we're overweight China. So, uh, and so within within Asia, and we'd be overweight Asia I am because of that China component. Um so we, you know, we try to differentiate between um A different region, so we think that Latin America It's hard to have much conviction there at the moment, Andre so yummy Mia similar sort of story. We just think it's a much clearer picture. For AM Asia led by China. Potentially a spanner in the works, though we We have hearing some news stories today that there might be some expectations around some policies from President Trump Regards China is the White House tenure comes to an end. Is that potential risk factor for you? Uh, I mean, certainly, you know, anything can happen. I think this last few weeks, Mr Trump must be tempted to poke China a little bit more. A zit his last opportunity. Um, I think we've you know, there's a few issues right? So there's the the listing, Um, US listening issue, which is bipartisan, Andre, we're likely to see that legislation move forward. On dim fact, you know, since more more than a year ago, um, the large Our Chinese 80 yards. Companies with eight ers have been have been moving back to Hong Kong for separate listings to prepare for that, Um, so I think that's completely manageable. Um, the current corporate blacklist of military government related companies. Um E. I mean, certainly short term risk on but very, very specific to certain companies Caramel in general. Was just going to say we got about 30 seconds left. I just wanted to hear about your contrarian views just quickly. Um, I would say mean, one thing that we think is that banks have obviously been part of this, Uh, recovery traders trading to value or the last month or so,.

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"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"News with their backs to Ed. All right, thank you. Juliette. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison out of Quarantine is speaking to the media, saying that it may be some time before the international Borders are open. This comes as treasurer Josh Fried Enberg tell Sky TV that Australia will not give any ground on 14 Chinese grievances, Francis told the YOU chief negotiator not to rush the Brexit deal doing so it says it risks of veto of deem the cave to the UK at the end of the delicate road. Remember that the deal has to get unanimous consent. From the 27 ambassadors. Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong is urged supporters to hang on as he was sentenced to 13 months in jail, also sentenced to Lesser times, Agnes Chow and Ivan Lamb. U S president elect Joe Biden, meeting with small business leaders is promising help it says Congress now in session must act. Mr Biden also says as many as 250,000 people could die of covert before the end of the year, and CDC director Robert Redfield says the next three months will be the most difficult time in the public health history of the nation. Meanwhile, Italy is set to tighten restrictions during the holiday season. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is extended the nation's partial lockdown for three more weeks. Spain will allow families to meet in groups of up to 10 on Christmas Eve New Year on Christmas itself, New Year's Eve New Year's Day as part of restrictions on the festive gatherings in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, This is number back to you, Julia. Thank you it. Let's get back to Kristina Hooper, chief market strategist at Invesco discussing her market outlook. We saw the yield on the 10 year earlier this weekend. It's highest level eyeing what highest level since March against sign that 1% for the first time since March, And that is the question of the day from Emily of Team here at Bloomberg. How do you think if we do get to 1%, that kind of a Treasury yield would affect other risk assets. I think it won't have any kind of negative impact on other risk assets because of the larger environment where in one way there's very accommodative monetary policy and again where we are likely to see a very strong economic Rebound in 2021. So so there's a lot of clarity. Ah, lot more visibility than we had in 2020. And so I think that's an environment where we could see higher 10 year and still have equities performed very well. Yeah, This is a period where yields and an equities have performed kind of together, didn't used to be that way back in the eighties and nineties. But then we had obviously 10 year yields at much higher levels and were begging for a little inflation. But I'm just curious in your mind. When is that where you have to be careful what you wish for. I don't think it's any time too soon, just because we do have a pretty significant unemployment. Still, we're working through. It. But there is unlikely to be any kind of significant labor cost pressures that could push up inflation s O. I think this is a fairly fairly modest environment. When it comes to inflation, we're likely to just see Ah, nice economic recovery. And of course, we have a bed that is more tolerant of inflation that is willing to hang back even more, um and and really let the economy On before it's steps in What are you watching here in Asia where awaiting PM I from Hong Kong and Singapore in a couple of minutes. But the PM I reads we've had so far this week out of Asia once again kind of showing, particularly in China, the first in first out story. That, I guess is going to likely to continue to drive this momentum in 2021. That's um pretty bullish calls on the want to Oh, absolutely in China has been able and, as have other Asian countries been able to manage this virus much better than other countries in Europe and, of course, North America. And so this is an environment where Luke we're likely to see Kind of lead in 2021. Other Asian countries participate more robustly, at least early on in the year. I think at a certain point, we will see other developed countries. Certainly Europe and the US participate more fully. But China is in the lead because it has done such a good job Managing the virus. Keep in mind. These are gonna be really dark days ahead for the U. S in particular. Because of infection rates are really ratcheting up very quickly. Do you worry much about policy error either out here in Asia or back home? No, I don't think you can worry too much about policy error in the midst of a crisis because it can always be rectified. You at least don't have to worry about being too accommodative. Let's just say I do worry that there's not enough fiscal stimulus in the United States. And that's the one area where we need to be overly accommodative not not less accommodative. And quite frankly, we run the risk of repeating the same mistake that was made in the global financial crisis, but actually even worse and that we had had very adequate monetary stimulus but not not fiscal stimulus. And that created wealth inequality This time around, It could be much worse. Especially since we're already seeing that case shaped recovery in the United States that is very alarming. Very, very quickly. Christina your thoughts on oil ahead of the open class meeting. I think oil will continue to do well. This is an environment in which again we're looking out and expecting the economy to recover very robustly and 2021. We stay? Not always great to have you on. Thanks so much for joining us on daybreak Asia. Kristina Hooper is chief market strategist. As in Visco. We were talking before about what we are watching in the W T I price. Goldman Sachs has a pretty.

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"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Get over to San Francisco. Ed Baxter has Global news. Yeah, thanks for it. Shall Wong 13 months also sentenced Agnes Child 10 months. Ivan Lamb to seven months after sentencing, Lamb shouted, never regretted. This stems from a small demonstration outside police headquarters last year and the following up on what you guys have been talking about Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, throwing their support between the behind the $900 billion bipartisan stimulus. Pro proposal. Senate Majority Mitch McConnell says he thinks this has a really good chance of passing because he's he's a channeling the president. After several conversations with Secretary of the Treasury and the White House chief of staff I put forward yesterday another proposal. Reflecting what the president Is ready to sign and the wall Yeah, may well Pelosi McConnell and moving to bring the defense spending bill for a vote in both chambers. This is likely to test the trump threat to veto. Neither includes the tax liability shield section 2 30 that Trump is demanding be removed that U. K says it is now distributing covert 19 vaccine. Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The UK was the first country in the world to pre order supplies of this fires A vaccine Securing 40 million doses. Yeah. Meanwhile, the CDC a shortened contact quarantine Doctor, Henry Walk a CDC covert incident manager in the U. S. Under these options quarantine can end after 10 days. Without a covert 19 test. If the reports if the person has reported no symptoms, or after seven days with a negative test results if the person has reported no symptoms, Yeah, and CDC Director Robert Redfield says the next three months will be the most difficult time in public health history of the United States. California set another case number record over 20,000 Day today. Italy is set to tighten restrictions during the holiday season. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is extended the nation's partial lockdown for three more weeks. Spain will allow families to meet in groups of up to 10 on Christmas Eve Christmas New Year's Eve New Year's day as part of its restrictions on festive season gatherings. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany is defending the gala Christmas party planned for the White House by saying If looters can go on the streets of the U. S will the president can have his Christmas party? She also says the president's exploring ways to possibly get certified vote results overturned and Secretary of State George A Bad Rapids, Berger says election workers are getting threats is a service to our community. Thies workers are your neighbors. You go to church with them. You shop in the same stores and your kids go to the same schools. They don't deserve what is being thrown at them. And Republicans in Pennsylvania now are saying there is a there words reasonable possibility. The U. S. Supreme Court will take up their case of election fraud. A reasonable possibility in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg, right, Brian. All right, Ed Sports Now with Dan Schwarzman. So P s G pulling off a big win over Manchester United. Yeah, Brian. The points a three way tie in Champion C Group H behind a name are bracing Old Trafford as Patti Stanger. Man knocks off Manchester United 321 with the Red Devils playing a man down for the final 20 minutes after Fred pulled this second yellow card, Harris's down, tied with Manu and RB Life 79 points of the Red Devils traveling to Germany next week. P. S. She hosts Istanbul be shocked to hear it parked two plants in the final round of group matches. 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No with sources reporting a package of over €100 million, including 70 million up front could possibly do the trick. Wednesday afternoon Football in the NFL after three posts moments, two minutes go in the fourth quarter. Pittsburgh leads Baltimore 1914 Steelers attendant Ravens are six and four better office Burger 266 passing yards and a touchdown. RG three got to start for Baltimore only 33 passing yards and an interception trace McSorley throwing the touchdown of 70 yards to Mark East Brown. Bron James in the L. A Lakers, agreeing to a two year $85 million contract extension that will keep LeBron in L A through 2022 2023. James is currently second all time and career points, trailing Cream of Georgia bar for the top spot by less than 4200 points last season while leading the Lakers the championship, LeBron averaging over 25 points and 10 assists per game. I'm Dan Schwartzman, that your Bloomberg.

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"ivan lamb" Discussed on KCRW

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06:53 min | 1 year ago

"ivan lamb" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. Up to now, the United States and its democracy have enjoyed the rule of law. The president has tried for weeks to overturn a democratic election on Lee to see multiple states certify his defeat. The law has also protected those who wanted to protest that defeat. In Hong Kong Democratic protections are fading in line with the wishes of China's national government, Hong Kong authorities or solidifying control and three pro democracy activists in Hong Kong have been sentenced. Among them is Joshua Wong, a 24 year old who was given 13.5 months prison time. NPR's Emily Fang is covering this story from Beijing. Hi there, Emily. Good morning, Steve. What did the activists do? They had earlier pled guilty to organizing a protest that surrounded the Hong Kong police headquarters last year. And if you remember this protest was part of these months long demonstrations, which began over an extradition bill with China, but then snowballed into this much bigger movement about protecting Hongkong's vanishing autonomy. The sentence is today were relatively light Wong as you mentioned, the most prominent leader got just over a year. A second activity activist Agnes Child 10 months, Ivan Lamb got seven months. They're not being charged under the national security law. What they're being charged under is general civil and criminal law in Hong Kong, But their arrest signals you know a huge blow to the remainder of the opposition movement in Hong Kong, and it's part of this rapid and quite effective legal. Demolition of Hongkong's opposition and you mentioned the National Security Law isn't being used here. But it's in existence and makes it much harder to conduct democratic activities. Where does that leave the opposition? It's been basically obliterated. Beijing has been very clear that it wants to make opposition virtually impossible well before 2047, which was originally the deadline that Hong Kong head to enjoy semi autonomy under Beijing's rule. But in the last few months alone while the rest of the world was in the grips and still is in the grips of this corona virus pandemic, Beijing has done the following with the national Security law. It's used the law to dismantle the legal barrier between Hong Kong and mainland China. Several protesters and smaller political parties have already been charged under the law. Beijing's legislature has expelled for opposition lawmakers just last month, and then the rest of the opposition camp resigned in protest, meaning that Hongkong's legislature is now entirely populated by industry or pro Beijing factions. There is no Lawmaking, opposition and Hong Kong anymore, And as a result, Hong Kong's law enforcement feels embolden to arrest more activists and protesters. What steps might the central government and its allies in Hong Kong take next we should pay attention to the education system. There are already hundreds of secondary school teachers who are being investigated for Anonymous complaints that they support last year's protests, and they're teaching politically incorrect material and universities, which were hotbeds of protests last year are similarly under scrutiny. And then also look to the judicial system in Hong Kong was much vaunted court system. There have been no removals of sitting judges just yet, but these judges are the most important vanguard that prevent more of this. Legal blurring between name than China and Hong Kong, which is supposed to have legal autonomy of sorts under its own mini constitution, called the Basic Law and Third There will be a growing exodus of Hong Kongers. We're looking for a new home. Countries like the U. S. Australia are starting to accept them now as political refugees, which is the first time that Hong Kongers have had to seek that protection refugees from a place that was considered one of the freest places in Asia, Emily Thank you very much. Thanks Steve NPR's Emily Fang in Beijing here at home. The National Guard is often called in to help when there are emergencies, and this year there have been many, and that's meant they've been busier than ever. And it's taking its toll. Frank Morris of member station case you are has more Talk about bad timing. Louisiana added in General Keith would L took command of the Louisiana National Guard in January. 2020. You know the first day I was on the job. We had a tornado warning. In the second day I was on the job. We have tornado in north with Hannah, and it really hadn't stop saying all year, guard troops around the country been running to help with hurricanes, wildfires, floods, civil unrest and, of course, the pandemic. In fact, more National Guard troops were activated this year. Then it any time since World War 2 2020 has been an absolutely unprecedented an incredible year for the Wisconsin National Guard Captain Joe provided, says the pandemic response there started in March when covert exposed cruise ship passengers from Wisconsin needed a ride home. The guard is actually the ones who Physically drove them from the airport, where they landed back to their homes. And that was that was our initial mission. And that was just the beginning. Wisconsin guard helped us set up in the Exhilarate hospital jumped in to staff call centers and haul supplies. It's conducted nearly one million covert tests. Across the country. Guard troops have administered more than nine million tests package served or delivered a staggering 584 million meals, plus hundreds of millions of protective masks, gloves and gowns. More than 47,000. National Guard troops were actively fighting the pandemic this spring. Less than half that many are now so this is not our high point. Colonel Michael Vin rt. Director of Joint staff for the Kansas National Guard, says state and local agencies have now ramped up to take over some of the testing food distribution. And other things that guard troops took on. Initially. That's AH good example of communities stepping up and finding permanent solutions, as opposed to the temporary solution that really are our soldiers and airmen can provide and well, hospitals are filling up with covert patients in many parts of the country. The Guard's ability to help with that crisis is limited. Brigadier General Nick do usage with the National Guard Bureau in Washington, says the guards, citizen soldier, doctors and nurses Are already in the trenches fighting the pandemic. The vast majority of our medical professionals actually currently serve in the hospitals and medical care facilities. Existing So we'd only compound the problem if we were to pull them out and utilize him in a different way. And there's another factor limiting guard activity, federal funding for the pandemic mission and the presidential memorandum authorizing it. Expire at the end of the month. Meanwhile, a major new challenges right around the corner Trina Sheets heads in the National Emergency Management Association and says many state emergency managers are counting on.

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06:11 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Dave Freeman. Good morning. It's 7 35. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. Up to now, the United States and its democracy have enjoyed the rule of law. The president has tried for weeks to overturn a democratic election on Lee to see multiple states certify his defeat. The law has also protected those who wanted to protest that defeat. In Hong Kong Democratic protections are fading in line with the wishes of China's national government. Hong Kong authorities who solidifying control and three pro democracy activists in Hong Kong have been sentenced. Among them is Joshua Wong, a 24 year old who was given 13.5 months prison time. NPR's Emily Fang is covering this story from Beijing. Hi there, Emily. Good morning, Steve. What did the activist do? They had earlier pled guilty to organizing a protest that surrounded the Hong Kong police headquarters last year. And if you remember this protest was part of these months long demonstrations, which began over an extradition bill with China, but then snowballed into this much bigger movement about protecting Hongkong's vanishing autonomy sentences today were relatively light. Long as you mentioned, the most prominent leader got just over a year. A second. Activate activist Agnes Child got 10 months Ivan Lamb got seven months They're not being charged under the national security law. What they're being charged under is general civil and criminal law in Hong Kong. But their arrest signals you know a huge blow to the remainder of the opposition movement in Hong Kong, and it's part of this rapid and quite effective legal demolition of Hongkong's opposition and you mentioned the National Security Law isn't being used here. But it's in existence and makes it much harder to conduct democratic activities. Where does that leave the opposition? It's been basically obliterated. Beijing has been very clear that it wants to make opposition virtually impossible well before 2047, which was originally the deadline that Hong Kong head to enjoy semi autonomy under Beijing's rule. But in the last few months alone while the rest of the world was in the grips and still is in the grips of this corona virus pandemic, Beijing has done the following with the national Security law. It's used the law to dismantle the legal barrier between Hong Kong and mainland China. Several protesters and smaller political parties have already been charged under the law. Beijing's legislature has expelled for opposition lawmakers just last month, and then the rest of the opposition camp resigned in protest, meaning that Hongkong's legislature is now entirely populated by industry or pro Beijing factions. There is no Lawmaking opposition in Hong Kong anymore, and as a result, Hong Kong's law enforcement feels emboldened to arrest more activists and protesters. What steps might the central government and its allies in Hong Kong take next we should pay attention to the education system. There are already hundreds of secondary school teachers who are being investigated for Anonymous complaints that they support last year's protests, and they're teaching politically incorrect material and universities, which were hotbeds of protests last year are similarly under scrutiny. And then also look to the judicial system in Hong Kong was much vaunted court system. There have been no removals of sitting judges just yet. But these judges are the most important vanguard that prevent more of this legal blurring between name than China and Hong Kong. Which is supposed to have legal autonomy of sorts under its own mini constitution, called the Basic Law and Third There will be a growing exodus of Hong Kongers. We're looking for a new home. Countries like the U. S. Australia are starting to accept them now as political refugees. But just the first time that Hong Kongers have had to seek that protection refugees from a place that was considered one of the freest places in Asia, Emily Thank you very much. Thanks, Steve NPR's Emily Fang in Beijing. Here at home. The National Guard is often called in to help when there are emergencies, and this year there have been many man that's meant they've been busier than ever. And it's taking its toll. Frank Morris of member station case you are has more Talk about bad timing. Louisiana agin in General Keith would L took command of the Louisiana National Guard in January. 2020. You know the first day I was on the job. We have a tornado warning. In the second day I was on the job. We have a tornado in north Louisiana, and it really hadn't stop saying all year guard troops around the country been running to help with hurricanes, wildfires, floods, civil unrest and, of course, the pandemic. In fact, more National Guard troops were activated this year than it any time since World War 2 2020 has been an absolutely unprecedented an incredible year for the Wisconsin National Guard. Captain Joe Trovato says the pandemic response there started in March when covert exposed cruise ship passengers from Wisconsin needed a ride home. The guard is actually the ones who Physically drove them from the airport, where they landed back to their homes. And that was that was our initial mission, And it was just the beginning. Wisconsin guard helped us set up in the auxiliary hospital jumped in to Steph call centers and haul supplies. It's conducted nearly one million covert tests. Across the country. Guard troops have administered more than nine million tests package served or delivered a staggering 584 million meals, plus hundreds of millions of protective masks, gloves and gowns. More than 47,000. National Guard troops were actively fighting the pandemic this spring, less than half that many are now so this is not our high point. Colonel Michael's minority director of joint staff of the Kansas National Guard. State and local agencies have now ramped up to take over some of the testing, food distribution and other things that guard troops took on. Initially, that's AH good example of communities stepping up and finding Permanent solutions, as opposed to the temporary solution that really are our soldiers and airmen can provide and well, hospitals are filling up with covert patients in many parts of the country. The guard's ability to help with that crisis is limited..

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10:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Net zero emissions by 2050 and take this size erection now. Put themselves on the right path like girl except it is five years since the world came together in Paris to agree for the first time that every nation needs to play a part in tackling climate change. Some progress has been made, but not enough. According to the U. N. Secretary general. Mr Gutierrez says economic pressure should be used to help curb emissions. He believes those who pollute the atmosphere with greenhouse gasses should pay a price. For that pollution. He will urge countries to end all subsidies for fossil fuels on will say taxes should move from income to carbon It is a bold agenda, putting tackling climate change at the very heart of the United Nations role, But the science is clear, the secretary general will say, unless the world reduces emissions. We face disaster. Justin role at our chief environment correspondent later today. 1600 GMT In fact, BBC World Service Radio will bring you live that exclusive hour long program with the United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres Wish Listening to news out from the BBC hundreds here, Iqbal Leading pro democracy activist in Hong Kong. Joshua Wong has been centers to 13.5 months in prison. Fellow activists Agnes Chow and Ivan Lamb will be imprisoned for 10 on seven months respectively. They were convicted for their involvement in mass protest last year found guilty of unlawful assembly. The pro democracy activists. Nathan Law who fled Hong Kong told the BBC that they all three could end up being imprisoned longer than for this initial sentence. I think they're mentally prepare for possible Joe Times, but the names off that is exceeded our expectation. And I think Thies may not be the final terms of how long they will stay in jail because the sentences could power up. Some of them having other charges, and they could possibly be prosecuted under the national security law while their stay in prison. Was Nathan Law. I've been speaking to Tom Grandy, he's editor in chief of the Hong Kong Free Press. Last year's protests, of course, were largely leaderless. These pro democracy demonstrations and unrest that originally against an extradition law on of course free assembly. Is meant to be guaranteed in Hong Kong as well. But this dates back to just over a year ago when thousands of angry protesters gathered outside police headquarters in the early months of the demonstrations protesting against the use of force. I was down there on the ground, and it was very angry scenes of people belting out slogans, including, you know. Released the martyr Shame on police bugs, whilst others were vandalizing the building throwing eggs, destroying CCTV cameras on scrawling graffiti with Let's say someone kind words for the fourth. And now, after 10,000 arrests and many months of tear gas, petrol bombs, there have been thousands of these cases now going through the courts, these three very high profile activists, of course, sentenced today. They all made the decision to plead guilty and these convictions come against the back drop of a much broader crackdown following the imposition off a national security law. Outline forest They're thinking in terms of pleading guilty. Magistrate Lily Wong in this particular case, said that they had incited acts posed a threat to personal safety to people at the scene cause disruption to traffic wasted police time and she said to deter brothers immediate imprisonment was the only appropriate option. But As you mentioned. There is a whole backdrop here of an ongoing crackdown since June in light of the national Security law that was meant to criminalize the versions of session. Phone interference. Terrorist acts, of course. This is one character Beijing certainly once off the streets. Critics have said that this law is going to be used quite broadly to target descent. And indeed, since then we have seen dozens of activists like the trio rounded up a protest. Logan has been made illegal on the protest song banned in schools and democracy books pulled from library shells. Is it your sense that there will just continue to be sporadic protests or that there will continue to be activism that will re emerge from time to time? Or are people genuinely frightened about the way in which this national security law might be used? There is a low point, I guess in the movement at the moment in terms of street protests, particularly scale that we saw last year. Anyone risking going onto the streets right now risks covert 19 social gathering fines. Action under national security law. So the year of perhaps the street protests the days are numbered. There is a lot of debate and thinking now is to what other sort of many acts of resistance or what can still be done. Under the context of this very broadly worded and quite draconian national security law, So any indication what kind of conditions they're going to be kept in in prison? Well, certainly they have already been in presents the last week they will certainly be put to work. Joshua Wong has already spent some days in solitary confinement after the officers said that something was contained in his stomach following an X ray. Agnes, it was never been to prison appeared to be a lot more distraught about the prospect she actually burst into tears as a sentencing was read out. But as for Ivan and Joshua, they will be replying to people's letters will likely be doing some sort of labor and we'll be taking it more in their stride. I imagine Tom Grandy, editor in chief off Hong Kong Free Press. There are 49 days left till President elect Joe Biden is inaugurated and in the dying days of the Trump Administration stories are emerging about preemptive pardons for President Trump's closest aides and members of his family. Let's talk to our correspondent. In Washington, D. C. Anthony circa, I've never heard of a preemptive pardon on Danny. Just tell us a little bit about who we're talking about on guac. The stories are that are coming out. The reports are that Donald Trump is considering pardoning his three adult Children. That's Donald Trump Jr. Ivanka Trump and Eric Trump, although none of them have been charged for crimes. Also Rudy Giuliani, his personal lawyer. Some of them have been investigated, for instance, Don Jr was investigated for his contacts with Russia during the 2016 election. Giuliani reportedly has been investigated for his business dealings in Ukraine on it appears that Donald Trump is concerned. According to these reports that when Joe Biden takes over the presidency, his Justice Department might start digging into these Maura whether for political purposes, in his view or otherwise, so he wants to Insulate himself against that. There is some history of preemptive pardons. Gerald Ford, the president gave a preemptive pardon to Richard Nixon, even though he had not been charged for Watergate crimes. Jimmy Carter gave preemptive pardons to all the Americans who had went to Canada to avoid the draft. So it is unusual dope. But the reality is that a presidential pardon power is fairly sweeping. It's not defined so It's a broad, unilateral power vested in the president on a pardon means that your pardon for anything that was investigated before or anything that you might face after the event. You know again. It hasn't really been tested in court. You can pardon for crimes that have not yet been charged. Conceivably, I suppose you could pardon for a crime that has yet to be committed, although that certainly has not been tested in court before, But the pardon power comes from the U. S constitution. And it says the president has the ability to pardon for federal crimes again. This is not state crimes or local crimes but federal crimes and that he can't use the pardon when he's being impeached for crimes committed during impeachment. But other than that, it is, it is a fairly untested and broad powers. So it conceivably Donald Trump has used his presidential pardon power multiple times, sometimes for Historical figures like boxer Jack Johnson or Susan B. Anthony, the women's suffragette, but also for political reasons he pardoned recently, Michael Flynn, his former national security adviser, Roger Stone, his longtime adviser. On. He's done this outside with the normal kind of procedures that have governed pardoning, But those procedures were set out to kind of give definition to the pardon power. They don't limit it, obviously, because Donald Trump has acted outside of them multiple times during his presidency. We should say that both the president and Rudy Giuliani, his personal lawyer, have denied on Twitter. Any claims of any of these discussions taking place. Just very briefly on Danny tell us about what the attorney General William Barr has been saying about the election. Well. William Bar just yesterday said that the Justice Department has been investigating accusations of electoral fraud. And even he did not see any evidence yet of such widespread fraud that would have reversed the election result in reverse the results of the election. So he is contradicting Donald Trump and his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, who have said there is widespread fraud and that Donald Trump relieves the winner. It's a daylight between the Justice Department and Donald Trump. And his supporters clearly on this issue. Anthony Zaca, Our correspondent. Joining us live from our bureau in Washington. Thanks. One body has been recovered from the scene of a mining accident that occurred last week in Zimbabwe. The abandoned gold mine collapse from rock fall after indiscriminate blasting..

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"ivan lamb" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"ivan lamb" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. Up to now, the United States and its democracy have enjoyed the rule of law. The president has tried for weeks to overturn a democratic election on Lee to see multiple states certify his defeat. The law has also protected those who wanted to protest that defeat. In Hong Kong Democratic protections are fading in line with the wishes of China's national government, Hong Kong authorities or solidifying control and three pro democracy activists in Hong Kong have been sentenced. Among them is Joshua Wong, a 24 year old who was given 13.5 months prison time. NPR's Emily Fang is covering this story from Beijing. Hi there, Emily. Good morning, Steve. What did the activists do? They had earlier pled guilty to organizing a protest that surrounded the Hong Kong police headquarters last year. And if you remember this protest was part of these months long demonstrations, which began over an extradition bill with China, but then snowballed into this much bigger movement about protecting Hongkong's vanishing autonomy. The sentences today were relatively light. Long as you mentioned, the most prominent leader got just over a year. A second. Agnes activist Agnes Child got 10 months. Ivan Lamb got seven months They're not being charged under the national security law. What they're being charged under is general civil and criminal law in Hong Kong. But their arrest signals you know a huge blow to the remainder of the opposition movement in Hong Kong, and it's part of this rapid and quite effective legal demolition of Hongkong's opposition and you mentioned the National Security Law isn't being used here. But it's in existence and makes it much harder to conduct democratic activities. Where does that leave the opposition? It's been basically obliterated. Aging has been very clear that it wants to make opposition virtually impossible well before 2047, which was originally the deadline that Hong Kong head to enjoy semi autonomy under Beijing's rule. But in the last few months alone while the rest of the world was in the grips and still is in the grips of this corona virus pandemic, Beijing has done the following with the national Security law. It's used the law to dismantle the legal barrier between Hong Kong and mainland China. Several protesters and smaller political parties have already been charged under the law. Meetings. Legislature has expelled for opposition lawmakers just last month, and then the rest of the opposition camp resigned in protest, meaning that Hongkong's legislature is now entirely populated by industry or pro Beijing factions. There is no Lawmaking, opposition and Hong Kong anymore, and as a result, Hong Kong's law enforcement feels embolden to arrest more activists and protesters. What steps might the central government and its allies in Hong Kong take next? You should pay attention to the education system. There are already hundreds of secondary school teachers who are being investigated for anonymous complaints that they support last year's protests, and they're teaching politically incorrect material and universities, which were hotbeds of protests last year are similarly under scrutiny. And then also look to the judicial system in Hong Kong as much vaunted court system there have been no removals of sitting judges just yet, But these judges are the most important vanguard that prevent more of this. Legal blurring between name then China and Hong Kong, which is supposed to have legal autonomy of sports. Under its own mini constitution, called the Basic Law and third There will be a growing exodus of Hong Kongers. We're looking for a new home. Countries like the U. S. Australia are starting to accept them now as political refugees. But just the first time that Hong Kongers have had to seek that protection refugees from a place that was considered one of the freest places in Asia, Emily Thank you very much. Thanks Steve NPR's Emily Fang in Beijing here at home. The National Guard is often called in to help when there are emergencies, and this year there have been many, and that's meant they've been busier than ever. And it's taking its toll. Frank Morris of member station case you are has more Talk about bad timing. Louisiana added in General Keith would L took command of the Louisiana National Guard in January. 2020. You know the first day I was on the job. We had a tornado warning. In the second day I was on the job. We have tornado in north Louisiana, and it really hadn't stopped saying all year guard troops around the country been running to help with hurricanes, wildfires, floods, civil unrest and, of course, the pandemic. In fact, more National Guard troops were activated this year. Then it any time since World War 2 2020 has been an absolutely unprecedented an incredible year for the Wisconsin National Guard Captain Joe Trovato says the pandemic response there started in March when covert exposed cruise ship passengers from Wisconsin needed a ride home. The guard is actually the ones who Physically drove them from the airport, where they landed back to their homes. And that was that was our initial mission, And it was just the beginning. Wisconsin guard helped us set up in the auxiliary hospital jumped in to staff call centers and haul supplies. It's conducted nearly one million covert tests. Across the country. Guard troops have administered more than nine million tests package served or delivered a staggering 584 million meals, plus hundreds of millions of protective masks, gloves and gowns. More than 47,000. National Guard troops were actively fighting the pandemic this spring, less than half that many are now so this is not our high point. Colonel Michael Vin rt, director of joint staff for the Kansas National Guard. State and local agencies have now ramped up to take over some of the testing, food distribution and other things that guard troops took on. Initially, that's AH good example of communities stepping up and finding Permanent solutions, as opposed to the temporary solution that really are our soldiers and airmen can provide and well, hospitals are filling up with covert patients in many parts of the country. The guard's ability to help with that crisis is limited..

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"ivan lamb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"ivan lamb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro and I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. Up to now, the United States and its democracy have enjoyed the rule of law. The president has tried for weeks to overturn a democratic election on Lee to see multiple states certify his defeat. The law has also protected those who wanted to protest that defeat in Hong Kong. Democratic protections are fading in line with the wishes of China's national government, Hong Kong authorities or solidifying control and three pro democracy activists in Hong Kong have been sentenced. Among them is Joshua Wong, a 24 year old who was given 13.5 months prison time. NPR's Emily Fang is covering this story from Beijing. Hi there, Emily. Morning, Steve. What did the activists do? They had earlier pled guilty to organizing a protest that surrounded the Hong Kong police headquarters last year. And if you remember this protest was part of these months long demonstrations, which began over an extradition bill with China, but then snowballed into this much bigger movement about protecting Hongkong's vanishing autonomy. The sentences today were relatively light. Long as you mentioned, the most prominent leader got just over a year. A second activity activist Agnes Child got 10 months. Ivan Lamb got seven months They're not being charged under the national security law. What they're being charged under is general Civil and criminal law in Hong Kong, But they're they're arrest signals. You know a huge blow to the remainder of the opposition movement in Hong Kong, and it's part of this rapid and quite effective legal. Demolition of Hongkong's opposition and you mentioned the National Security Law isn't being used here. But it's in existence and makes it much harder to conduct democratic activities. Where does that leave the opposition? It's been basically obliterated. Beijing has been very clear that it wants to make opposition virtually impossible well before 2047, which was originally the deadline that Hong Kong head to enjoy semi autonomy under Beijing's rule. But in the last few months alone while the rest of the world was in the grips and still is in the grips of this corona virus pandemic, Beijing has done the following with the national Security law. It's used the law to dismantle the legal barrier between Hong Kong and mainland China. Several protesters and smaller political parties have already been charged under the law. Meetings. Legislature has expelled for opposition lawmakers just last month, and then the rest of the opposition camp resigned in protest, meaning that Hongkong's legislature is now entirely populated by industry or pro Beijing factions. There is no Lawmaking opposition in Hong Kong anymore, and as a result, Hong Kong's law enforcement feels embolden to arrest more activists and protesters. What steps might the central government and its allies in Hong Kong take next? We should pay attention to the education system. There are already hundreds of secondary school teachers who are being investigated for anonymous complaints that they support last year's protests, and they're teaching politically incorrect material and universities, which were hotbeds of protests last year are similarly under scrutiny. And then also look to the judicial system in Hong Kong was much vaunted court system. There have been no removals of sitting judges just yet, but these judges are the most important vanguard that prevent more of this. Legal blurring between name than China and Hong Kong, which is supposed to have legal autonomy of sorts under its own mini constitution, called the Basic Law and Third There will be a growing exodus of Hong Kongers. We're looking for a new home. Countries like the U. S. Australia are starting to accept them now as political refugees. But just the first time that Hong Kongers have had to seek that protection refugees from a place that was considered one of the freest places in Asia, Emily Thank you very much. Thanks Steve NPR's Emily Fang in Beijing,.

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"ivan lamb" Discussed on KCRW

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04:33 min | 1 year ago

"ivan lamb" Discussed on KCRW

"News on Korver Coleman. Health officials in the United Kingdom say they have approved a covert 19 vaccine made by Fizer. NPR's Frank Langfitt in London, says the pharmaceutical maker reports it's 95% effective. Apparently, this came after clinical trials in which more than 20,000 people got the vaccine and the company says is up to 95% effective and hear. The United Kingdom has ordered 800,000 doses coming just next week from Belgium, where it's being manufactured. It'll be two jabs 21 days apart, and then the night kingdom will go from there. NPR's Frank Langfitt reporting visor is seeking emergency use authorization for its covert vaccine in the US, Another drug maker. Moderna is also seeking emergency approval of its vaccine here. Coronavirus cases continue to rise in the U. S. Johns Hopkins University reports more than 180,000 virus infections were reported here yesterday. Nearly 1200 people died of covert 19. Overall, the number of diagnosed virus cases in the U. S is approaching 14 million people. Globally, nearly 64 million people have been infected. Texas had new record for new coronavirus cases on Tuesday from member station Kut in Austin, Matt largely reports. This comes as officials brace for a wave of new infections after Thanksgiving. The state reported more than 15,000 new cases on Tuesday. Hospitals across the state are feeling the strain, with admissions, hitting the highest numbers since July. Healthcare facilities in the Panhandle and along the border near El Paso and Laredo are particularly hard hit. More than a third of the patients admitted in those areas have the coronavirus. Local health officials are urging people who traveled or went to bars and restaurants over the holiday weekend to get tested. But so far, state leaders have refused to tighten restrictions, despite a White House report issued last week, recommending stronger efforts to slow the rapid spread of the virus in Texas. For NPR News. I'm Matt largely in Austin Later today, Retired NASA astronaut Mark Kelly is to be sworn in as Arizona's newest Democratic senator from member station. Cage's Ben Giles prepared this report. Kelly defeated Republican Senator Martha McSally in a special election that determined who would finish the term of the late Senator John McCain. Now that the election results in Arizona have been certified, Kelly is eligible to be sworn in immediately. Kelly's victory means both of Arizona's U. S. Senators will be Democrats for the first time since the 19 fifties. Democrat Kiersten Cinema also defeated make Sally two years ago. In the race for Arizona's other Senate seat make. Sally was later appointed to the seat Kelly just one Kelly, swearing in also means the Republican majority in the Senate will shrink by one vote. For NPR News. I'm Ben Giles and Phoenix. You're listening to NPR news. United Nations says it has reached agreement with Ethiopia's government to allow unimpeded humanitarian access to the country's northern T dry region. The embattled area has been fighting with federal Ethiopian troops. The UN's arrangement will allow workers to bring food and medicine into the area. Court in Hong Kong has sentenced a trio of young opposition activists to prison. Joshua Wong and others were found guilty of organizing a demonstration last year as part of larger protests against Hongkong's decreasing autonomy. NPR's Emily Fang has more One was sentenced to 13.5 months. Activists Agnes Chow and Ivan Lamb were sentenced to 10 and seven months respectively. The three have been held without bail since late November for organizing a protest last year that surrounded police headquarters. Sentencing is the latest blow to the region's opposition movement, which seeks to preserve Hong Kong is limited autonomy from Beijing. Hong Kong has arrested more than 10,000 protesters who took part in months long demonstrations beginning last year, and a new national security law imposed in June has effectively outlawed future descent. Several protesters have already been charged under the law, which could see defendants extradited to mainland China. I'm leaving. NPR news Beijing Scientists are mourning the collapse of the famous radio telescope and a receiver observatory in Puerto Rico. The telescopes 900 ton platform collapsed several 100 ft onto a reflector dish on Tuesday. It's supporting cables failed and gave way. The National Science Foundation had announced earlier this year that it.

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Hong Kong activists Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow jailed

BBC World Service

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Hong Kong activists Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow jailed

"In Hong Kong have been jailed for participating in a pro democracy protests last year. There was not authorized by the police, Joshua Wong will serve more than 13 months in prison. Agnes, Child, 10 Months and Ivan Lamb, seven months. All three pleaded guilty last week, two charges related to a siege of the police headquarters. Approachable because the activist Nathan Law, who fled Hong Kong said the sentence was ridiculous and disproportionate. This is actually a bit more serious than we had expected. They have click UT That would be a major factors of Ah, deducting the sentence. They're not involved in their expections of violence. So I guess on the the circumstance that still being sentenced for more than a year, especially for Joshua. It is still quiet of the sentence for lots of people. The charges were launched before China imposed his national security law in Hong Kong, under which the activist could have been jailed for life. The U. N

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KQED Radio

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"ivan lamb" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's new to Children because we didn't know what dose and what strength to use and Children last year in 2019. I think there were about 170,000. New pediatric infection so new babies born, so let's hope those numbers go down each year, but each baby born with HIV infection And ultimately start with this drug on give us an idea. Comparatively, I mean, it's now available. Of course of it is $36 a year for a child. Okay. How affordable is that? Does this mean everyone who needs it is going to get it. I think this means that there's potential that everyone will get it again. It's not just this drug. It has to be given with two other drugs for combination therapy, but governments can now Easily afford this. This drug. Previous drugs that we were using for the youngest Children were more expensive and often the cost was an impediment to bind drugs for Children. That's Elaine J. Abrams from Columbia University. Mother in Sweden has been accused of imprisoning her son in a flat for 28 years, having held him captive since he was 12 When he was taken out of school. We could speak to me, this is Maddy Savage in stock home. How is this man found? Well in the latest development, we now understand that the woman who found him is the man's sister, and she's been speaking to Swedish public service broadcaster SPT. She says she went to the apartment after knowing that the mother wasn't there. She said she hadn't been allowed to see her brother for years. She'd moved out as a teenager, and she found the man on on a blanket on the floor in the kitchen. She said he recognized her. He knew her name on, DCI persuaded him to go to see a doctor because of injuries to his legs. She also said that he had almost no teeth. We understand that he's still in hospital. Police wouldn't go into details with me about his injuries, other than to say that they were so serious that he was still there after being discovered. On Sunday, and he's set to remain there. While police carry out their investigations I've seen reporting to that He may have substandard language skills. Real fears about what this very long time shut up will have done to him. Well, police said to me that he had been able to communicate, but they wouldn't speculate on how easily he was able to speak. But the sister when speaking to publish me, Swedish public media said that he repeated her name again and again. She said that he did appear to have some physical on psychological injuries, but she described him as growing up as a normal boy, she said. They've been to school together. They played out with friends in the garden on what she has accused. Her mother off is being something of a Into a sect leader. She believes that he isolated him Maura Maura over the years on DNO. What allowed him to go out into society Now? This, of course, brings so many questions in a country like Sweden, which prides itself one on welfare has has strict Social Security numbers is very difficult to go underground here, so people are asking. Why did the authorities not know or how much may they have known about what was going on inside this pretty regular apartment block in it? In a bland Stockholm suburb, Maddy Savage took in his life there from Stockholm. Let's go now to another breaking story. Three of Hongkong's most high profile pro democracy activists have been sentenced. To prison. The charges were organizing and taking part in an unauthorized assembly. The assembly in question was near the Hong Kong police headquarters last year. They were looking at a possible maximum sentence of five years. Joshua Wong got 13.5 months after reduction on two charges. Agnes Child 10 months Ivan Lamb, seven months. One of their colleagues at the forefront of the pro democracy movement was Nathan Law, who's left the territory and is now based in Britain..

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"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"There are more family gatherings. President elect Joe Biden intends to name his longtime adviser, Antony Blinken, as secretary of state, according to three people familiar with the matter. Setting out to assemble his cabinet even before Donald Trump concedes defeat. President elect Biden's incoming chief of staff, Ron claim lambasted President Trump's continued efforts to overturn the 2020 election results, launching baseless claims of voter fraud, baseless litigation He's been rejected by 34 courts. Now these efforts to try to get election officials to overturn the will of the voters. It's corrosive Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong and former De Maciste Oh party members Agnes Chow and Ivan Lamb plan to plead guilty to all charges related to a siege of police headquarters in June last year. Immediate detainment could follow. According to Wong, Global News 24 hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg, powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Mark Mills, this is Bloomberg Brain. All right, Mark. Thank you very much. Our guest is Frank Benzema ahead of Asia Equity Strategy at associate a general. Frank. I see you like value. So let's talk a little bit about it. In my own mind. I've got in three camps. You tell me If I'm wrong, One would be financial stocks, particularly the regional banks, and they're constrained by Low yields. The second is is the real deep value, the travel and tourism, the airlines and cruise ships and all that, and then the third one would be more cyclical kind of stocks like industrial so Personally, I would favor the third camp. What do you favor Yes, I am there. You also haven't is away on T O divide The value between the value is the truck your issue And there you were mentioning the bands. You can also have the energy sector. On this some more cyclical value where you do have some stocks which have become did value in the tourism in leisure. And also some stocking in industry or so, So we are in the second camp, so we are not going to change the stock with some structural issue we having to check some stock where Evaluation has decreased as a result of the London Equal but where the balance sheets are still strong. So in Europe have some fallen angel. In in Asia, We are giving more weight to some south country with strong cyclical element on which have been lagging. China, So this is how we are positioning. You know, Part of what's motivating. This rotation, of course, is the good news with Helena vaccine, But then you know it's going to take time to produce and roll that out. And in the meantime, we're seeing a spike in cases in Europe and the US so when you're looking at this rotation How do you time it? Yes. So what went for first Festival? We started this just flirtation some months ago. We are not really able to make some times the market but What we are able to do is to assess the risk off, not holding those sector. When you have a vaccine coming on Also when you see some valuation divergent, which have bean unprecedented, um, looking more specifically off Asia. On. That was a spread in dumps off price earning in terms of for once the between between the Asia stocks has never been so wide. At the same time, you see a number off issue coming on Internet platform regulation, for instance, in in China. We each are making the prospect of the White House valuation may be a little bit hard to keep so on the risk, we won basis you like to hold now. Song, more secret chord on value that you stopped. So if you look at deep value, I think what you're talking about with the structural characteristics seems quite important. If you look at how they did before the pandemic, maybe that guides you airlines, for instance, I've got slammed, but they were a bad business even before the pandemic. Cruise lines, though they were making money. Hand over fit before, huh? Hand over foot. Rather, they look fit s. Oh, do you like, say cruise ships and that type of story better than an airline story. Well again. I also am I tend to look more closely the Asian market as a mother and then us thunder and Europe. But what I would say is, we are going to look for number one. The stocks with good balance it with strong balancing that we can assess through number off make create something. On then we are going to look at the to make some qualitative assessment. Whether it's being some have been some major description and think of the energy sector with the green transition or more, some description being caused by the basic A visa. So, uh, way have some name in the airline industry from Santa which are quite quite interesting. Okay, Frank. Have some interesting ideas there. I see. We mean it's kind of better to go company by company, Frank Benzema rose with US head of Asia Equity strategy at Sock Jen.

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"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson International Airport. ABC spoke with people who were flying over the weekend despite all the, uh you know, best efforts of people toe mislead. Things are looking good. I felt like I really wanted to see him and it was worth the risk. The director of Public Health and Illinois doctor and goes ee Zika is sounding the alarm about holiday travel. If we love Grandma, there's no better way to say that then to stay put and give her our best love and attention virtually Biden Transition team is weighing attorney general contenders led by Lisa Monaco, who held key national security posts in the Obama administration and Sally Yates, who gained fame when she was fired by President Trump, according to people familiar with the matter. Other candidates under consideration include Alabama Senator Doug Jones, who lost his reelection bid, and former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick. President Trump continues his legal efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election. Trump is appealing a federal judge's dismissal of his campaign effort to block the certification of votes in Pennsylvania. The state of Georgia will count its ballots for a third time. Following President Trump's formal request for a recount. Gabriel Sterling is George's voting system implementation manager. I don't anticipate it changing things because the recounts in general don't check change outcomes when they're in the margins are this large, nearly 13,000? Senator Lisa Murkowski, Republican of Alaska, called on President Trump and his legal team to end their court fights on the 2020 election and begin the transition process. Hong Kong activists Joshua Long and former Demi Sisto party members Agnes Chow and Ivan Lamb. Plan to plead guilty to all charges related to a siege of police headquarters in June last year. Immediate detainment could follow, according to Wong. Global news 24 hours a day on a run on quick take by Bloomberg, powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Mark Mills, this is Bloomberg. All right, mark. Thank you. Well over the weekend, the U. S National Security adviser Robert O'Brien met with leaders in Vietnam and expressed Actually a desire to see the Vietnam knees curb illegal re routing of Chinese exports, O'Brien told the Vietnamese leaders to purchase more U. S goods at the same time, and he was referring to things like liquefied natural gas as well as military equipment. This would be a one way to avoid U. S tariffs. Unclear is to how things may change with the new administration, you know was earlier this month of Commerce Department imposed Eliminate airy anti subsidy duties on the Vietnamese cars and truck tires, citing the nation's undervalued currency, among other reasons, All right, let's get to global sports. We've got Dan Schwartzman with us Barcelona I guess the injuries are piling up, huh? Big time dug their concerns have grown defenders Gerard Piquet and Sergi Roberto. Both will miss significant time with injuries suffered in Saturday's one nil lost Atletico Madrid. Case out the.

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"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"ivan lamb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Maybe more important than ever these days has lines of people picking up meals grow longer across the country. You're the voices of people picking up food at a local food charity site. I'm never there think that whatever happened I didn't ever think it would be this whole it we don't have enough to eat. We don't have money to pay our rent. We will make sure that they have had their portion and maybe another portion before we would eat. And me and Dad have kind of gotten to the point of now that we only eat maybe once a day. Hong Kong activists Joshua Wong and former demo System Party members Agnes Chow and Ivan Lamb plan to plead guilty to all charges related to a siege of police headquarters in June last year. Immediate detainment could follow. According to Wong, the pro democracy campaigner has faced a slew of charges related to the many months of protests before China enacted controversial national security legislation at the end of June. Global News 24 hours a day on Erin on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. Mark Mills. This is Bloomberg. Brian. All right. Very good. Thank you. Mark. Let's get this sports down. Schwartzman is here. Liverpool making club history. Dan Yeah, Brian. They extend their club record streak to 64 straight matches that a lawsuit and feel is a Redd's knockoff. Leicester City three No on an own goal, as well as scores from Georgia and for me no elsewhere Arsenal. Leeds United played a scoreless draw while everything gets past Fulham 3 to 2. Looking in Italy's lots on the Ibrahimovic scores a bracelet A C. Milan to 3 to 1 win over Napoli into Milan gets a brace from Rama Lulu Cochran afforded to win over Torino, while Roma shuts out Parma three nil Daniel Medvedev making history, becoming the first to knock off the top three seeds to win the 80 P Masters as a force, he beats third seeded Dominic team and three sets in London. Medvedev had already defeated top seeded Novak Djokovic and to see drafting a doubt in the season ending round robin tournament. Big week. 11 Sunday of the NFL season currently in Los Angeles eight minutes.

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