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African countries take delivery of latest COVAX vaccine shipment

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

African countries take delivery of latest COVAX vaccine shipment

"Health workers in Ivory Coast will be the first to receive doses of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine as part of the International Kovacs scheme targeting some of the world's poorest countries. Neighboring Ghana is due to start his Kovacs vaccination program on Tuesday. Namie grimly reports Cave axes the biggest vaccine procurement plan in human history. It's struggled in the international scramble for vaccines and his face criticism for being too slow to start its rollout. Some countries have looked elsewhere in the interim to boost supplies through bilateral deals. The World Health Organization described the rollout as an important first step towards achieving vaccine equity. But it added it was still only the beginning.

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"ivory coast" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:42 min | 2 months ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For him in a heartbeat. I voted for him. Last time. I'll vote for him this time. Yes, I'm looking for him to run in 2024. I did not think that he would announce 2024 run today I feel is premature. He's testing the waters. Mr. Trump repeated his false claim that he was the real winner of November's election. The Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi. He has had a Corona virus vaccine shots of the start of the second phase of India's vaccination campaign from today, the over sixties and people over 45 with medical conditions. We'll be able to get their first shot, but many remain reluctant. Health care workers in the Ivory Coast City of Abby John will get covert vaccinations today is the first national rollout of the U. N backed Kovacs program, the global vaccine sharing initiative. Lemme grimly reports Cave axes, the biggest vaccine procurement plan in human history, but it's struggled in the international scramble for vaccines. And his face criticism for being too slow to start its rollout. Some countries have looked elsewhere in the interim to boost supplies through bilateral deals. The World Health Organization describe the rollout as an important first step towards achieving vaccine equity. But it added it was still only the beginning. Well. News from the BBC. New Zealand Prime Minister Justin Gerard done has urged people to inform on covert restriction rule breakers. Miss Arden said some people involved in the latest outbreak that pushed the city of Oakland back into lockdown had ignored clear instructions to remain in isolation. Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside the court in Hong Kong, where 47 pro democracy activists, a juicer face charges of conspiracy to commit subversion. The charges related to an unofficial primary poll last year, the name to select opposition candidates for a legislative election. The Hong Kong authorities say the primary was a plan to overthrow the government. France's former president Nicolas Sarkozy is due to learn the verdict today in his trial on corruption charges President from 2000 and seven until 2012 Mrs Sarkozy is accused of offering a judge a plum job in return for inside information on an investigation into his campaign finances. Road movie Nomad Land, has won. The best drummer awarded the Golden Globes. Chloe Joe, who made the film also won best director, his hope, along with the highlights. Nomad Nomad Land. The story of the woman's journey.

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"ivory coast" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:04 min | 4 months ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Here for you most every day. Just give us a call to into choices. We'll talk about another patient who came to us years ago. 63 years old. He's a black man from Ivory Coast were patients around the world, You know, positive family history for prostate cancer, and he came to me just for the high P ece. That's it. He came. Like many men, Many men come to us. For a checkup for prostate checkup because they don't know what's going on the word about cancer. He came for a check up like many men, he's 63 years old. He's a black man. And I said, because of the black community, what in six men have prostate cancer, one in 23 men will die a prostate cancer in America. So it's an epidemic of its own. He already had a family history with his father having prostate cancer. He had the stroke and I blood pressure Cholesterol is on medications in a pizza. 5.8 but didn't have any diagnosis. He was urinating four times a night and, well, he came to me. He's weight was £238. He's 5, ft. Nine. I examined him. I found in a large prostate we saw in confirmed the high P ece got a biopsy easily got a biopsy. That's the best way to confirm the diagnosis of prostate cancer and Should be easy and safe and should be while the patient is sedated or sleeps, it's not painful. There's no reason to go through pain, and I know there's lots of doctors is still depressed. It biopsies with local entities or no anesthesia, which is a painful way to go. This man decided. Well, come with us. You heard about our work years ago came from Ivory Coast High. P s a got a biopsy and was, um or aggressive cancer Gliese and seven Least in seven is how the cancer looks under the microscope to scale goes from 2 to 10. Everything more than six is more aggressive, and he chose her achievement years ago. And now, years later, his P ece is zero..

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Nestle, Cargill at high court in child labor case

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Nestle, Cargill at high court in child labor case

"Child labor laws are before the Supreme Court today. It's a case brought by six Africans against US chocolate companies. The plaintiffs from Molly say they were trafficked as Children and forced to work long hours on the Ivory Coast cocoa farms and kept at night in locked shacks. The suit against Nestle USA seeks damages and argues that the company should better monitor child labor on the farms. The Washington Post reports. Child labor is why Spread on the cocoa farms of West Africa, or about two thirds of the world's cocoa is grown

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Ivory Coast opposition vows to form transition government

Democracy Now! Audio

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Ivory Coast opposition vows to form transition government

"In ivory coast. At least twelve people were killed. During protests saturday voters headed to the polls anti-government protests intensified in the weeks leading up to the election as opponents say the president's bid for a third term is a violation of the constitutional two-term limit as early results. Show him in a commanding lead. Opposition leaders are calling for a civilian transition from us government aljazeera reports. At least thirty people were killed. In pre-election

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Ivory Coast elections: Voters go to the polls amid opposition boycott

BBC World Service

03:57 min | 6 months ago

Ivory Coast elections: Voters go to the polls amid opposition boycott

"On in Ivory Coast rather now President Alison Ouattara has taken a commanding early lead in elections there, in which he ran for a controversial third term Now the polls boycotted by the main opposition parties, who described it as a failure. Several people were killed and many others injured in clashes on polling day. Let's totally on the pier. A journalist in Abby John, Welcome to Newsday. Let's talk about the vote. First of all, you know, what are we seeing? In the vote count on when could we expect a result? Morning. Clear? Well, the streets of Abby John all very, very tense. Thiss morning as vote counting continues across the country, while we had expected that they would announce possibly final results in the early hours off this morning, but just after 7 p.m. last night They decided to suspend the announcement ofthe votes because thie site had crashed where they were violating a ll the results during the course Ofthe yes today. So now we expecting results to be partial results to again be starting start to be announced from about 4 P.m. this afternoon and possibly final results by later tonight's but of course it is. A moving target and awaiting more details from the electoral Commission. And the opposition saying Don't bother counting them because we need a civil transition because you know he shouldn't be running anyway. Thiss. This extension of his power is unconstitutional. Tell us what they're saying. That is exactly what they saying They had a press conference on the day off the votes. We there already alluded to that. But then, yesterday afternoon, they decided to call the media again and had a lengthy press conference where they say that they do not accept the 1 October vote. They do not accept President Alison What's Hara as the president that he's mandate E second man it has now ended. He does not have the constitutional right for a third mandates and They will have called for a transition government. They haven't given any details off what that may look like. But it is a united opposition call for this thiss transition civil transition because they made that very clear to civil transition governments that they are calling for in the wake off Saturday's elections, which they do not recognize. How likely is that what is expected to happen next? It remains unclear exactly what that will mean. You, of course know that even though two off the full candidates that had been vying for the presidency had called on the supporters to boycott the votes. There, of course, was still on the ballot papers. As results are coming in, you can actually see where they've also got in support with their supporters, in fact, without a vote in any case, even though they had called him Teo call them them to boycott the vote, so we will see results coming in, and I think the opposition themselves a waiting to see what kind of support that they were getting a cz. Well, they've called in the supporters to continue the campaign of civil disobedience. So unlike Cletus, as the results started coming in, and, of course, onto the proclamation on the results for violence to to increase In the opposition stronghold in the centre of the country in the capital, Young Sutro government has put in a three day curfew to try to stem the violence that we've seen in recent in recent days have been skirmishes between opposition parties on baby. No deaths reported the as yet, but it's something that's a government and security forces will try to avoid in that area. Thank you for the update The Andy

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Deadly earthquake strikes off the coast of Turkey

BBC World Service

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

Deadly earthquake strikes off the coast of Turkey

"Izmir, where a powerful earthquake has called several buildings to collapse. Turkey's relief agency has confirmed 24 deaths with hundreds injured or Garin is in Istanbul. The quake reduced about 20 buildings in the Turkish resort city of Izmir, too mounds of crushed concrete. Rescue teams have continued to find life among the rubble. According to local media reports, Several women were dug out over Nice one with her dog by her side. The area has been plagued by around 400 aftershocks. For Turkey. This is a blow to the heart and the psyche. There is renewed fear about the active fault lines beneath the country. Many worry when the next deadly quake may come. Votes are being cast in Ivory Coast's presidential

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Ivory Coast opposition urges civil disobedience before vote

BBC Newshour

00:17 sec | 8 months ago

Ivory Coast opposition urges civil disobedience before vote

"Challenger has called for a civil disobedience campaign to stop President Alassane Ouattara's bid for a third term in next month's elections are economic idea. A former president Of the opposition parties were united to protect the stability of the nation. Opposition campaign isn't Belarus

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Ivory Coast prime minister who was ruling party's presidential candidate for October election has died, presidency says

NPR News Now

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

Ivory Coast prime minister who was ruling party's presidential candidate for October election has died, presidency says

"Prime Minister of Ivory Coast has died of a heart, attack and Perez Peralta reports. He was the ruling party's presidential candidate. In the upcoming elections, a government official made the announcement on state TV. Michelle compatriots. Were the Ivory Coast is in mourning. He says because Prime Minister Gong Kelly has died. His death rose. Ivory Coast's October elections into turmoil in March President Dallas on what data stunned the nation by announcing he would not seek a third term, but he handpicked Prime Minister Kalibbala to succeed him. Now that he's gone. It's unclear what happens next in a country with a history of violent transfer of power Interpol NPR news

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How Coronavirus May Affect Grocery Shopping Habits

BBC World Service

12:23 min | 1 year ago

How Coronavirus May Affect Grocery Shopping Habits

"This failed by cost yeah six months ago we did plowing microscopical jets a lovely lovely us well and that was always a good sign of a healthy soil who got it from a guy using Watson that tending to the soil on is one hundred and forty acres of land here in the U. K. it's all happening down at his farm we grow various vegetables just about stock picking strawberries would grow globalists checks with a couple's prime Brooks laid out so squash and pumpkins since garden pays that sort of thing so you must be really busy right about now because everything's coming into season yeah we've just gone states that the pumpkins and it's now turned extremely cold and very strong easterly wind them work trying to nurse them along and keep them alive until it gets warmer again at the end of the week yeah we it's coming into a pretty busy time for the start thinking strawberries next week guy founded river Ford farms a company that delivers boxes of organic vegetables to consumers across the U. K. ever since the coronavirus lockdown business has been booming so how does god explain the surge in demand for his produce there is some reevaluation of people's lives people spend more time cooking crops thinking a little bit more about what they took and and being more concerned about the quality and provenance and environmental and social impact of what that Boeing you know we are certainly getting a lot more customers which is all good in the Bahamas that grow and supply said delighted that will increase that crop and programs by twenty five percent this year and at the moment that doesn't look like it'll be enough but I guess we have we have to be cautious I mean at the end of this will people get back to their normal habits soul well you know what I have to stop this new habits guys sing Watson as he says he thinks the lockdown is changing people's habits when it comes to food and the question is whether these habits will stick but in the meantime the corona virus pandemic is also changing global food supply chains that means the range of products consumers in the rich will see on the supermarket shelves is changing too Richard Wilding is a British academic and business professional specializing in logistics transport and supply management he says big buyers in the food industry in the developed world I'm now looking closely at the resilience of their supply chains and finding different ways to source that produce amid the lockdowns and he warns these new routes could become the new normal so we have to remember at the moment since the lockdown actually occurred and particularly the impacts on air freight if you think that most of the time it's passengers in the top of the aircraft and then yes this thing the banks but also there is a significant amount of air freight and if we're looking at food for example you've got Chilean blueberries Argentinian blackberries Zambian sugar snap peas now what we've actually found is the air freight costs have increased dramatically because of me just people not flying and therefore vote starting to trade some significant challenges in terms of the cost the cost to serve particular customers so what we're finding is he's a number of things coming together I'm thankful the new normal which we can start to see will probably be much more focused on what we call me shoring fast trying to source goods much closer to the actual customers if you go to new school from the consumer's point of view that means less choice if those blackberries coming from Argentina on no longer being brought over then that means also that there's going to be less choice in the supermarket yes but in terms of choice we're already seeing that actually so just on say some of the products if you looking up pasta for example generally you know a lot of the supermarkets will have a offering twenty different sort of lines of pasta different shapes and so on and so forth the pastor that has already been rationalized down to six so if we go into a supermarket now compared with China wary this year you have less choice threes within the supply chain by doing actions like that it means you've been able to increase the volumes of simplifying if you want the movements of those goods to the customers is this happening globally yet what we have to realize he's he's that the global rationalization of if you like choice consumers because of the challenge of managing supply chains because of the increased cost to serve we may start to see the organizations are going to offer less choice across the supply chain as a whole and I'm an implicit in this or this is basically last trade internationally well with this drawing for me is shoring what we can find is that global supply chains will rationalize we still going to have global supply chains but what we might find these a more vanilla products she's actually being moved around and then actually we got to find more local processing interestingly enough for example if you look at the Scottish form processing industry is done in Thailand so what we find is that these things of fish thank you for example around Scotland they then moved to Thailand where they're actually you know be shelved and everything else and then moved back again and so you know those are the types of examples that we've seen in the past what people are trying to do is to actually leverage if you like low labor cost however with the technology that was starting to see that labor costs becomes less of a challenge and therefore what we were able to do is to do these things locally after the quisling cost because we're not using people we're actually using machines the loss of our listeners on the world service are in emerging markets emerging markets that depend on being able to export food products to the developed world listening to you here this will be a huge blow to them because your affected be telling them that may never be able that kind of normal resumption of food exports that we had before unfortunately I think there is going to be some significant changes in this new normal if we looking up all supply chain environments coronaviruses created a burning platform for change across all supply chains not just food supply chains and what is going to have a big impact so many communities around the world including western communities as well bots my concern is that this may fall harder on those developing nations and is there anything that that should be done to help those communities that are going to be really hit hard by this the key things that we need to actually think through its procurement professionals that means that the big supermarkets the people you know who who have procuring goods around the world they don't just think about calls the economic impact of their decisions they don't just think about sustainability in the environmental impacts of their decisions but they also think about the society and I think what we have to do is we have to consider that yes it may actually cost a slightly more to point from in certain communities globally but actually we need to do that to support those communities professor Richard Wilding then perhaps more a case of conscientious trait than rather than fat trade but how these developments going down in places which have traditionally grown produce to exports to the developed world up to what how Barry is a country program manager in the west and central Africa division at the international fund for agricultural development the U. N. agency he's based in Abidjan in the Ivory Coast which is just coming out of lockdown this is the mango season in record you our exports have dropped significantly because the markets are closed in Europe on and of the importers in Europe not honor the contract and they said as it reported effect on the exporters in the developing countries especially in West Africa could you for so what is happening to these mangoes are they just sitting in a warehouse rushing then some of them are able to go through the system and get the product to Abigail which is the port but the ships and the also with plain as not moving so those people are also stocked with the products three to two thousand dollars a year this is what could you what export to the international market right away if you cannot sell that means that you stayed here Mr Austin come but lost income for the exporter but lost income also for the farmer a west tech with a very big drop from a from the tree to the Saudi oil you grow your own defined flags every away flights because of the quantity of Brighton main goals this season not thank god for which is the season right now and I'm I'm telling you it's not beautiful and these exporters in these farmers are they mostly small holders or all the big Mona cultural farms owned by companies who is this affecting the most in Ivory Coast but also just generally in West Africa for other food products I didn't I think the hardest hits is a greedy a farmer because the farmer eats in general poor and cannot meet the DVD needs and help you concerned all farmers exporters in Ivory Coast another west African countries that some changes we're seeing now the inability to export that these things might become permanent this is not just a temporary blip but actually something that might change the way he a lot of western bias source food yeah I I think I tend to be optimistic I think that this would change in the next few months I hope I hope that recorded nineteen he's not going to be a stumbling block for countries like could you what to Exploratorium it is is it compounding food security in hunger problems in countries like Ivory Coast now swear in West Africa prices have started rising in Abidjan because people could not export to Abidjan so in the cities is becoming a little bit difficult food you mean yeah getting access to Ford it's difficult especially for poor people spend a big chunk of very incompetent for not for not quite confusing in the sense that this is all this produce it's not being exported why isn't it being consumed within the country what you have sold prints there are products of late cool cool cashew which are not made for consumption in could you offer a service so what do you do it and when you cannot consume yeah let's also remember the agriculture season starting now for those we didn't have the means to buy imports it means that they cannot produce the food for the next three to six months only seven players you mean the seeds seeds fertilizers pesticides they don't have them still well what what do you do what's your biggest worry for farmers in Ivory Coast and the rest of it West Africa for the next three

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Italian doctor estimates 60% of Bergamo population has coronavirus

Chris Krok

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Italian doctor estimates 60% of Bergamo population has coronavirus

"Also are one of the doctors are in the in in Italy that's in the middle of this that was talking the Wall Street journal he's seen all sorts of disasters in Haiti Chad Kurdistan Ivory Coast and he's in Bergen which is one of most was his wealthiest area nicest newest hospitals there he estimates that around sixty percent or more of the population of Birkenau has coronavirus sixty percent of Bergen he estimates has coronavirus what in god's name are you not understanding about this the death notices in the Bergen echo which is the paper there normally take up over a page just over a page on Monday they filled nine pages so nine times the death notice and by the way I did see the the contagious contagion whatever rate and it it literally is like approximately two times the contagious contagious nis America board of that than the than the regular flu it is two times more contagious than the

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Credit Suisse chairman expects to see out term after spy scandal

Larry Elder

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Credit Suisse chairman expects to see out term after spy scandal

"Credit Suisse is chief executive has resigned amid a power struggle which followed a spying scandal of the bank Jonty on this something of a star in the financial world he was born in Ivory Coast and spent part of his career in government there but his international fame came from European finance culminating in his appointment as chief executive of Credit Suisse but he found out body with one senior colleague who is also a neighbor on the shore of lake Zurich the colleague was followed by private detectives Mr Tian says he did not know about it he was seen as a scandal that shook the rather conservative world of Swiss

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"ivory coast" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"To call whatever you want auto body man is sixty two years old came from Ivory Coast in Africa we are patients from around the world who come to us this is a man whose merit is three children who was born in Ivory Coast has high blood pressure and the as prostate cancer well we had prostate cancer and this PSA was element of five point five really Gleason six cancer and his doctors elsewhere gave him loop from low from their hormone treatments weather usually and structure this kind of situation don't really help we are high success rate high successor Lupron by the way what is loop runs or want to learn together liberalism medicine takes away a man's testosterone so takes way of sexual feelings of love beetle interactions often the men gains twenty pounds and that's hot flashes and grows browse so obviously most men don't like Lupron very much and this man did not like we brought very much and with Lupron there is zero chance by itself to cure the man so we came here and he heard all the information and again the ads the PSA a five point five that's the blood test postoak challenge in the Gleason score other cancers or microscope is six and he chose our treatment I am such terror that he chose her treatment three years ago and he has been cancer free ever since his PSA is zero his sex life works is your inner life works she is cancer free he is a home run and that's really the opposite of what happens to most men who have radical surgery robotic surgery most men and up with damage to their sexual life and damage to the urinary life and will say the success rate with robotic.

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Ivory Coast issues arrest warrant for presidential candidate

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Ivory Coast issues arrest warrant for presidential candidate

"Ivory Coast has issued an arrest warrant for key on sorrow the former rebel leader and the likely strong candidates in next year's presidential election it was issue just as Mr Starr made stamps to return to the country after six months his David Bamford the arrest warrant which would have been approved by I I've because president Alassane Ouattara is reported the link to a charge that Mr sorry trying to destabilize the country Mr sorrow a former rebel leader assembly speaker and one time ally of Mr watcher retains the loyalty of many former rebel commanders who now hold senior positions in the army he flew from Paris on Monday in a private plane but at the last minute diverted the flight away from Ivory Coast and landed in neighboring Ghana his spokesman cited security

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West African Countries Take a Step Away From Colonial-Era Currency

BBC World Service

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

West African Countries Take a Step Away From Colonial-Era Currency

"The French president Emmanuel McCall has described his country's colonial control of the West Africa as a grave mistake well on the visit to Ivory Coast Mister McCall announced that it's the colonial era CFA phone can use them as a whole region will from next year be replaced with a new currency the

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"ivory coast" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on ESPN FC

"You welcome into late sedition of E._S._P._N.. N._F._C. Dan Thomas on my show as little stevie nickel hair in the studio and if that wasn't enough ladies and gentlemen shoot ropes offs as well. We'll kick things off with the after in combination as the lineup is set for the semi finals. The Madagascar Fairytale story came to an end today. Tune is three nail win. It's much closer choice. Seventeen the Ivory Coast Algeria in the end Algeria advancing to the semi drew penalties should obviously Algeria through. Do they deserve it. I think they did they've got the better creativity had scored that penalty. Just after half-time. I think the one the game quite comfortably that being a much better team throughout the throughout the tournament. They've got Mars playing somewhere near his best. He's a real threat. They've got pledged that can come on own ass when he's come on. He's is being dynamic <hes> cinnamon when he comes on he's he can change the game as well so I think certainly they deserve to go through Algeria. They were the better team against a disappointing. Every coast who throughout the tournament reflected see. I haven't really had enough support to the food food. Culture czar has been really great. It was probably the best attacking player but Ivory Coast haven't been good enough economy. We saw David against Algeria. Ivory Coast would up their game but they just didn't reach that potential that Stuart mentioned. I think I'll Virginia are a better team union and I think that's why the laser people Myers and regularly can then choose what they've got but I would of course completely disappoint Cattolica a bunch of guys together they were doing their own thing and didn't have that team ethic that certainly algae and so when you compare these two and the big names in the adjustments for each Algeria's big name players who stepped up and you look for the for the likes of <hes> Buni and and the others who've been disappointing all tournament along in all honesty but but nobody presented for five recourse and as a result the go crushing on the night deservingly sue so we've got Algeria fro but in the other Game Madagascar out for those. Maybe you have followed this story particularly closely Robbo. Just tell it's even you'll stone cold Har Leno you just about just about I mean they've I've never qualified for the tournament of any so <hes> their most of their players from the French third and fourth division the manager isn't even a manager of Saudis a technical director of a full division side in France <hes> but throughout the tournament I think that being the best team closing down played with an intensity that some of the biggest things haven't played with when they've won the ball back that played little triangles well enough to get time to get players forward. They've counter-attacked pace. They've been magnificent to watch and they look as though they've been the best coat side the tune. When of course they were tired today? It was always going to happen. We always felt that after the extra time in the last game but they have been a credit to the coach there'd been a credit to each other and it's been a fantastic story. They've been magnificent from start to finish while they shoot Robson trademark trademark magnificent look ahead to the semi finals. Shall we go out Jerry against Nigeria. No doubt the headliner Yeah Nigeria did well to get into this semifinal. They played well yesterday today. Algiere I still think of the side of bitter form at the right time they haven't conceded one goal in the tournament and they're good defensively and Stevie said then the likes of Mars to gone the dominant players for Guli go on create as they can do. Nigeria nine need a better performance out of a Gallo Upfront. They need Alex at his very best plan. Just in behind ways scored the goal. He's an excellent play down the right hand side. A Muslim need more from if those four players can play well all at the same time Nigeria have John's. It's still going for Algeria Algeria to make it through from that semi final..

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Fair Trade Helps Farmers, But Not Their Hired Workers

BBC World Service

04:45 min | 2 years ago

Fair Trade Helps Farmers, But Not Their Hired Workers

"We want to talk about the fair trade system you know the system web buys in the west offer a guarantee of a high a price to producers in the poor world in exchange for better conditions for workers and that kind of thing so basically the north place mall for better product the south gets more money now the idea is some kind of justice in trade and is more effective for all sides than just doling out development aid to this being a detailed new study of the fat trade cocoa trade in Ivory Coast and it's found that in some respects workers do get better wages and conditions but it also found that labor is lower down the ladder aren't helped by the system a tool the research from Cornell University in the U. S. was eva Marie meme can she explained to me who wins and who doesn't those workers employed by cooperatives benefit from fair trade standards so typically receive higher wages they are much more likely to receive the at least the minimum wage for the agricultural sector they are much more likely to have a written employment contract and they're much more likely not to be cool so we also look at farm workers so those are people who are employed by small holder farmers and refined for those workers fair trade standards don't have an effect so with the respective without that and throwing farmers fair trade certified yes workers received very low wages often not even the minimum wage the which is very unstable throughout the years and now I'm likely to have a written written employment contract and they're also very likely to be poor and bam why is this because they are seasonal casual workers that not part of an organization like a co op the focus on a group or of workers that Loki restore to establish sauce and they are typically employed for you know even longer such short time but not very short right okay and and is is the use of these types of workers is it crucial to the business model of the small fama they couldn't do it without these people yeah that's correct so is about sixty percent of the pharmacist and he also interviewed so employers their higher at least one one worker and those who do hi yeah more than one work and so on and which they had hired to porn for workers so what I would be so but it needs to be done therefore if these casual workers had to the the the conditions and the regularity and the pay and the minimum wage that is guaranteed to other workers wouldn't that put the farmers out of business the small independent pharmacy yeah that's the that's the that's important argument I think cool on the court in other contexts that may be true but in our in our situation these pharmacy actually not that cool and especially if you actually it's certified farmers receive a higher price they also have somewhat higher yields and especially those who employ many workers typically have large land holdings so they are not the poorest of the poor and told me it wouldn't hurt them too much to pay you hi in wages of the on the right side so the chain that you're looking at is that the the fama isn't exploiting these more casual workers and somehow factory owners to make them treat these casual workers better now is is that feasible what to face you can frame it that way or you could you could say that said try this not very successful and changing very traditional labor relations but it works in cooperatives why isn't it working in the in our actual phones so I think one important point is that fair trade standards somewhat smokes near at the corporate took worker level and monitoring works typically very well but when it comes to the farm level it's very difficult to manage or lay the standards on a large number of individual farms so I think the first thing that has to be done is to revise the standards and it be very clear about how labor standards also have to be mad at the farm at the farm level from Cornell University in the US that Sir eva Marie ma'am can who's been looking into the cocoa trade in West Africa fair trade in a statement said that they welcome any research highlighting the challenges faced by farmers and workers they completely acknowledge they say that more needs to be done to make sure that the benefits fair trade reach everyone including those small holder farmers you had that the contras being made between cooperatives which run the larger and the small hold a farm one thing that fair trade say they are doing is they're increasing the minimum price for cocoa by twenty percent starting later

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It Looked As Though Millions Of Babies Would Miss Out On A Lifesaving Vaccine

Morning Edition

03:21 min | 2 years ago

It Looked As Though Millions Of Babies Would Miss Out On A Lifesaving Vaccine

"Two million. That is the number of babies who were at risk. Because the pharmaceutical company, Merck stopped providing lifesaving doc seen to several west African countries at the same time. Merckx was going to start selling the vaccine at a higher price to China NPR broke that story last fall. And now we have good news to report those babies will still get the vaccine as NPR's. Mike, lean do cleft reports other companies are now stepping in the vaccine is for a disease called Rotavirus, which infects basically. Every child on the planet every child. Whether you live in the US so you live in doping country is infected with this disease. That's Dr mature Santo, Shem Johns. Hopkins University pediatrician in an expert on Rotavirus. He says the disease causes very severe diarrhea here in the US children can easily get treatment at a hospital, but in poor countries without good healthcare systems would've virus can be deadly. It can be a very severe disease. Like I've seen kids died in front of my eyes. Santos says Rotavirus still kills about two hundred thousand children in babies each year. Because families in poor countries can't afford the vaccine here in the US it cost about two hundred dollars a course. So back in two thousand twelve the two companies that manufactured a vaccine Merck GlaxoSmithKline agreed to drastically, reduce the price for low income countries to about ten dollars a course Merck would supply four countries in west Africa in GlaxoSmithKline with supply, forty two countries. Cintos says this was great news could should not be denied vaccine, just because they belong to a poor country. Muck stuck to that agreement for six years, then last year, the company announced it was ending the agreement at the same time, Merck started selling the vaccine to China and a much higher price. Deborah Athalie is at the nonprofit path, which helps develop vaccines for poor countries. She says the global health community was alarmed. You have a, a major manufacturer of a vaccine announcing that they're going to exit from the market. And I think it created a bit of a panic for countries that were accustomed to having this vaccine. It also meant that more than two million babies in Burkina Faso Ivory coast. Mali in Sao Tome, Principe would go without the vaccine. That was November two thousand eighteen at the time. Moore told NPR in an Email that the reason for the pilot was supply constraints. The company also expressed quote, deepest regret to all the parties involved. Soon after NPR reported that story other vaccine manufacturers stepped up to fill in the gap. Glaxosmithkline is now supplying one country with the vaccine, and Athalie says to Indian companies Bharat biotech in serum institute of India will supply, the other countries in thirty says, no child will miss out on immunization because of Merck's termination of the agreement. We do not anticipate that any countries will have a gap in vaccinating their children. And so you think of this is a pretty big success story. It, it is we deal with tons of challenges in global health, and this is one where the global health community rallying around with the countries has really created success a success. That means millions of babies will now be protected

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"ivory coast" Discussed on Distinctly Average Radio

Distinctly Average Radio

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on Distinctly Average Radio

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Body recovered from plane wreckage is Argentine soccer player

BBC World Service

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Body recovered from plane wreckage is Argentine soccer player

"There has been an outpouring of sympathy from the football world after it was confirmed that the body pulled from the wreckage of a plane in the English channel is that of the Cardiff City striker Emiliano Sala Cardiff's Ivory Coast defender, salt Bamba, posted a black and white image on social media of a teammate. He would never get to play alongside the body of the pilot. David Ibbotson has still yet to be found despite the development Cardiff's relegated battle away to Southampton is scheduled to go ahead as planned on Saturday of the other end of the table Liverpool. Go back top if they get even a point at home to

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"ivory coast" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Behind me. What did you? In the box. Mazes. Although convenient, you know, guys, so good. You know, I mean, this is how bad you want. And I want Rover. He wants you real bad. And he got it Francis after beating Kevin and as Anderson chop football headline Harry Kane will be out till March because of that injury picked up at the weekend. And in the NBA, the Golden State Warriors of set a new record fifty one points in the first quarter in a thrashing of the Denver Nuggets. Matthew, thank you. Now. The former president of the Ivory Coast. Your embargo has been acquitted of war crimes by the international criminal court in the Hague. He was arrested in two thousand eleven and accused of crimes against humanity and other offenses, including ordering murder and gang rape committed during violence following speeches elections the previous year missed about boat refused to hand over power to the current president. Donna some water after about three thousand people sorry are believed to have died in the aftermath and half a million were displaced by. The court in the Hague found that the prosecution had failed to provide sufficient proof. Jennifer Nowy was one of Mr. Bob BOS defense lawyers. So how did had time to react to the acquittal? He was very happy that we got this result. It is important for him that we went through the traditional process from the start his first appearance at the IC in two thousand eleven here already said, so so the decision of acquittal today, it's taken by the judges of the international criminal court is to the mind of president Manuel us the defense team a victory for Justice and president by has always said he wanted to the truth to emerge through a traditional process. There is no case against president concerning any kind of prime against humanity. The judges decided that the prosecution did not have the case. Meaning that he did not have enough evidence to prove that there has been a crime against humanity in Iran. Coast that president by would be responsible in any way. We have said since the beginning of the case that have been a lot of victims due to a conflict. And that's what the judge has also clearly stated and the summary of the decision. Don't forget that the ICC's complimentary courts Justice in Ivory Coast is actually ongoing. I think international criminal Justice should not take away to focus on Justice. That's been served in a country itself because it is that country that needs to rebuild itself after a war situation. One of mister bug goes defense, lawyers Jennifer Rita now, Doug Bo has also been has been in custody for more than seven years are reported. Valerie Boni told Newsday what the mood was like in Mr. bag bows party headquarters. Very very you could see people show a team down seeing some of the cry for egging themselves. It's a very joyful. Well, very happy. And it's almost like we'll see about it was a big relief of of say that eastbound welcome biking because it's this advice. Mom that a true national reconciliation can began. Express themselves to a lot of emotion saying that it's only Justice for as long because he was acquitted. She says she know what is it to be a prison out because she was preaching also civil years before. And she says what teen choice bumped to come back home. Humpbacked ways. The next day is just to twentieth place on by the Justice. So if she wants to took us election it can't be allowed because he's already calmed down. And if any he come back in because perhaps you will. We'll send him to jail reps notes, and nobody knows and combat from Novak book can be a threat was put on Twitter. So he's already tension is a country that can bring more tensions ten years or fifteen years ago. Got three people will. And. All be married together, the old DeVos from each of L, and nobody seems to be ready to marry again, the FBI found I think thinking can can be more tension for the country. That's the BBC's. Valerie bonita..

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"ivory coast" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Twenty six degrees. Fair skies right now in New York. It's nine o'clock. This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. Welcome to NewsHour from the BBC World Service with James Menendez in the studio with me Raza, equal outside the UK houses of parliament where there is political turmoil and uncertainty today six hundred fifty members of parliament will vote on a critical element of Britain's relationship with the European Union. How we leave the block the prime minister faces a crushing defeat on her Brexit deal with no clear indication of what will come next. Also today reports of an attack in the Kenyon capitol Nairobi, the former president of Ivory Coast, Laura. Backbone speed acquitted of crimes against humanity, a huge leaker voting data. Cast further doubt on the election result in the Democratic Republic of Congo. If this is true, it would represent a huge electoral fraud in the deal. See perpetrated on the Congolese people all of that coming up after the news. Hello. I'm Chris Perez with the BBC news security forces in the Kenyon capitol Nairobi have been responding to an attack. That's a compounds containing a hotel and offices in the west loons district of the city reports say at least two explosions were heard followed by sustained gunfire. Our correspondents Tommy Oladipo is at the scene. Three vehicle on fire just outside of the off. Well, I've seen people let out with gunshot one and several other people have been let out a lot of them are obviously in shock, and in tears. They have cordoned off the compound and only emergency seventy dollars being allowed in took a while before the ambulance services got share. But now there are a few of them were attending to the injured. Witnesses say that they saw some combat and come in. But we can't confirm any of that. All we have right now. He's tweeting as the after legislators in the British parliament beginning the final days debates on the draft deal to leave the European Union ahead of a landmark votes, which Prime Minister Theresa may is expected to lose MRs may faces concerted opposition including from many MP's in her own party from Westminster. Here's rob Watson. I think she has an absolutely massive massive defeats. But is it possible that let's say parliament tries to find someone alternative to her deal. Who knows? And the reason I say who knows emphasize that is that it just tells you about the extraordinary uncertainty. Brexit has ruled on British politics, and this sort of eleven now with less than three months to go until Brexit day, two and a half years on from Brexit. It seems to me any outcome is possible. No deal. No brexit. Second referendum. Mrs maes. Still a different deal or one of my absolute favorites delay the international criminal court has acquitted. The former president of Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo of all charges. He was accused of crimes against humanity and other crimes committed following disputed elections in two thousand ten and a holiday is in the Hague. Cheers of indication rang through the public gallery is the judge announced. There was no case to answer. He said the prosecution had failed to prove numerous charges against the former presidents, including speeches by Laura pike, Bo constituted, ordering or in slicing the alleged crimes as the first head of state to be handed over to the course, Mr. booze extradition from the Ivory Coast in twenty eleven was celebrated as evidence the ICC could bring the most powerful state figures to Justice does Imbaba in government says it will give civil servants especial allowance to help with the rising cost of living one of payment. Of between five and twenty three percent of monthly salaries has been promised. The announcement comes on the second day of protests against a fuel price hike. World news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York and morning. I'm Richard Hake. It's nine oh. Four later this afternoon. New York governor Andrew Cuomo and New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy will both give their state of the state addresses. This is at two afternoon. We will have both speeches streaming live at WNYC dot org. And then tune in later to all things considered for reaction and analysis New York state lawmakers are expected to pass legislation today expanding protections for LGBTQ people WNYC's Mara silvers reports. One Bill would illegal for mental health care providers to try and change a minor sexual orientation or gender identity. State. Senator Brad Wellman says banning conversion therapy is long overdue. It is barbaric. It is child abuse it should be banned. And that's where we're going to do another Bill would make it a legal to discriminate against someone because of their gender expression or identity. The Bill known as gender will add. Texans for transgender and gender. Non conforming people in accessing education housing and employment. It will also expand the hate crime statute to include a fences motivated, by gender expression or identity, legendary actor Carol Channing died this morning at ninety seven years old. Oh. Harry. Hello, louis. It's so nice to be back home. Best known for her role as Dolly Levi in. Hello. Dolly. Man. I can. Still speaking to WNYC in two thousand five Channing said she worked her way up to the role. I.

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"ivory coast" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Seventy nine text h u g e to seventy nine seventy nine seventy nine WB. We're talking miss information. Which could be an honorary title for Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. But it means much more than that to me. Let's go to let's go to the telephones. Let's go to Victor in Silver Spring, Maryland. Victor, you're on the Chris Plante show. Good morning. Chris what a Victor another form of miss information would be old mission. And a perfect example would be I heard this on another town station early this morning. There was a woman crossing across work in Texas, thanksgiving more and an illegal alien right through a red light, killing her instantly. And this guy apparently assaulted somebody last year. It was let out on bail. If he had been in jail or deported. This woman would be alive today. You're never going to hear this story period. Unless you talk about it and other talk shows talk about it. You're one hundred percent, right. And as I'm fond of saying, Victor, the most insidious power. The news media has is the power to ignore. And they latch onto stories that they believe prop up the democrat party's narrative. Hands up don't shoot skip gates was treated unfairly. By sergeant Crowley. Everybody's a white supremacist in America. Everybody's voices. The democrat party is a theme and the news media carrying it forward. And I was mentioning Victor Mike Espy the democrat running for the Senate in a runoff race today and his ties to modern day slavery in Africa, and torture and systematic rape and murder of citizens. And the Ivory Coast by the dictator. They're represented Abeille capably by Clinton administration official and democrat in good standing, Mike Espy who is a tool for modern slavery in Africa in the twenty first century. Boy, it is good to be a democrat. I think if you're a Republican that just might come up. Neal Bush says his dad better known to the rest of us is the forty first president of the United States treated, everyone the same anybody that would ask.

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Leslie Moonves accused of misconduct by 6 women, denies using his position to 'hinder anyone's career'

BBC World Service

04:58 min | 3 years ago

Leslie Moonves accused of misconduct by 6 women, denies using his position to 'hinder anyone's career'

"BBC news I'm John. Shea the directors of CBS one of the major US television networks say they will investigate claims of sexual misconduct and intimidation against. Its chairman. And chief executive Leslie Moonves six women have told the New Yorker magazine that, Mr. Munoz sexually. Harassed them here's Chris Butler Leslie Moonves has been a leading figure at the American network CBS for almost twenty five years with a track record for finding. Stars and developing hit programs the New Yorker magazine says the six women claim among other things that Mr Mendez physically intimidated them forcibly touched and kissed them or. Threatened to wreck their careers the. CBS boss has denied us a Louis has apologized for making some women uncomfortable in the way. He made advances decades ago The winner in Pakistan's general election Imran Khan has started preparations to form a coalition government after his PTI. Or movement for Justice party won the most seats in the national assembly the p. t., I says it. Has the support of smaller coalition partners and independent parliamentarians a group of opposing political parties have rejected the election results a leader of the group Moulana fuss. Law Rochman called for demonstrations to prompt new and actions hummed Obama into how 'bout we will run a movement to hold new elections there will be protests a. Committee will be set up immediately. Which will chalk out to shed your going to work his and invite people to join in The. Supreme court in Ivory Coast has overturned a ruling which a quitters the former first lady Simone Bagbo of crimes against humanity in the aftermath of political violence following the presidential election eight years ago Richard howls reports Simone Bagbo was Ivory Coast's first lady for eleven years then a bitterly fought presidential election. In two thousand ten between her husband laurel and Allison Ouattara who won the vote plunged. Ivory Coast into post election violence which saw three thousand people. Killed in Azerbaijan learn she was accused of organizing death squads buying bombs and shelling marketplace in a pro water a neighborhood of abbey John and later she was jailed for. Twenty years for attacking state security the supreme court ruling now means MRs backbone will face a retrial for crimes against humanity at a date to be announced Big rallies are, expected, in Zimbabwe today on the last day, of campaigning before Monday's presidential elections the, first since Robert Mugabe was ousted from power last. November his successor and former close colleague designer PF leader Emmerson Mnangagwa is hoping to legitimise, his rule but he may, be hampered by perceptions that he was too close to the Mugabe. Regime the leader of the main opposition MDC Nelson Chamisa has expressed fears that the election like past ones may be rigged This is the latest world news from the BBC A judge in California has urged US immigration authorities to focus on finding the deported parents of four hundred children separated from their. Families as they legally crossed the border from Mexico judge Dana several spoke out a day after it emerged that more than seven hundred children remain in custody despite the expiry. Of his own deadline for families to be reunited Mongolia is reported to have swatted an attempt by Turkey to kidnap a Turkish citizen who's accused of having links with the US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen Ankara blames for a. Failed coup two years ago reports say the Mongolian authorities grounded a suspected Turkish airforce chat that Atlanta's to pick up Vasil x. acti- who had been kidnapped on Friday morning British members of parliament say the UK. Is facing a democratic crisis because of the. Spread of fake news a parliamentary committee report says voters being systematically, manipulated by campaigns which rely on hate and misinformation the report examines the use of. Data by pro Brexit groups including vote leave during the referendum campaign. Two years ago it follows the scandal. Of Cambridge analytical harvesting Facebook data Rory Caitlin Jones, has more details during the week the committee actually published, a whole, range of adverts produced by vote, leave and believe during the campaign which they said had not been visible. Before Facebook after. A lot of prodding handed these adverts over to the committee they, were very out at the time they were reaching millions of people. The way the you see a billboard on the street and it says vote eggs and you know who it's from it's less clear online and that was their concern that there's no clarity there's no transparency And briefly millions of people have witnessed the, longest lunar, eclipse the century as the main, passed through shadow it's natural satellites turned striking shade of red or ruddy. Brown ABC news.

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"ivory coast" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

"All black people black right or all africans are blood like having all black people in america are considered black they don't know your nigerian went from africa ivory coast or lease black right because you want wanna know why we hold on a i had a recipes recipes hong sort of thing is the reason i love being called black question what country and have i know i can't identify where i'm from right i can't do that okay well why am i called a color nobody else's called a colin nobody else is defined as a color that's why i love being called black because we encompass every color in the spectrum one hundred percent i get everything is the absence of color no well here's the thing though if you take every single colour in the spectrum and put it together what are you gonna make black it makes black you take every single that is absence of coke because exit out so it's not white but you think is but how is it created though how's that absence because you take out white it in the words of white you take out life i had to do beauty of it like we inc they're only only a black woman can make a by a child of any reins of color in dark skinned beautiful i've seen it and that's what i think is beautiful and that's when i left my love pm can look man you're gonna call me you're gonna call me by my dad is last night call me hey that boy l read puerto rico i just think it's you know it i don't wanna even say it's like a knowledge because they know they know they one hundred years rasmin like stop explaining some of them actually enjoyment from our pain they to put us all hispanic people into the mexican box which i love my mexican brothers and sisters yes i have plenty of rathers and sisters cousins that i i have grown up with mexican people in my life and i love them they are just like us shut out to my homeboy de low with evolution tattoos where my primo el salvador listen they are all but at the end of the day you know we are all people of color all people indigenous a agent i love that word is just not black we are all native of a particular place whether it was well here's the thing in america whiteness is supreme to everybody's indigenous culture they whiteness is the is the default they made that they knew that people of color if you go from western hemisphere to eastern hemisphere everybody is color which ola ola calls right here we had ninety minutes already so let's go get to the rich let's wrap sit up so shutout to mortis the safety tortoise aka mitch mcconnell he got rance move about of a restaurant by some people playing fight the power you cannot be team jenny originated why did they run him out of the restaurant though it hurt his heels it was like it was like holy water for the devil i'm trying to buy right when i when i go home to next year we'll go watch do.

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"ivory coast" Discussed on Counting Countries

Counting Countries

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on Counting Countries

"When i was in west africa i felt really really really bad when i was living with friends in ivory coast and i was a you'll rhino eight you don't have malaria you'll handle switching just you know it's going to be fine drinking the forth there and then after five days crossing to gun just fainted in the to the hospital and it made me some blood tests and they told me i'm sorry pellets tell me when you say you just fainted yes who who are you who were you with in where are you when you faint so it was actually very lucky i in a hostile i was by myself but it was like six o'clock in the morning i woke up to the phone it i felt so bad and then coming back i could barely will so i remember it was three steps from cement and i just want to three on the three step i just fended all the way vic lucky for me i don't know what he did it was a youngster like inking all guy from new york in just caught me and then they took me to the hospital there was a gyp shin doctor their doctor jacob and he starts running blood test on me in the inactive after a now is that bad news for you you have malaria and typhoid and i was like together is kept nose okay what is walsh and he said listen in your case right now both of them can kill you so they put into the hospital gave me some medicine for full days he was a nightmare like ten kilo less by myself disgusting disgusting toilet people dying arrived you was hot in stinky but after four days i felt better so i checked myself out nep won't traveling we'll find.

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"ivory coast" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on The Canon

"Yeah let me let me know after you see it you know and bob ellemann says he was like yeah i was basically the x rating in its in you know implying that because of that scene and not encounter which is certainly the most significant i think um in homosexual encounter in the movie that that was a big part of why it landed the xrayed um which is intrigue in again just looking at it now because it's so it's so nonexplicit by i think by any standard certainly by modern standards but the and yet that ideas i mean the idea of of something being banned because of its possible influence on youngsters i mean that's that's the law that right now in russia is getting a bunch of people killed or imprisoned eddie eddie of influence it's like this i mean native influence even over act itself is so insidious ivory coast like in putin's russia his using it as a way of saying anything basically could be an influence either like like do you have died in hold him to their boyfriend and public that's an interim influence which enters lifts the vagueness of it that i think can really be so horrific and censorship now agree agree in its and i mean it's a you know we mentioned z earlier to that's a thing that since he this conversation about subversive nursan you know just the idea that symbol media can lead to ideas but it was something that was very hugely proud of prevalent in american politics and even society for decades still kind of is concerned that maybe that's about to be on something of an upswing land that yeah definitely and that's interesting because like ronaldo saw the screenwriter vis vis somebody who is considered subversive for his communist seems was blacklisted he is blacklisted in this idea of like subversion underneath all of it exactly exactly so then you've got the movie not being you know it's not by 2018 standards woke at all no it's it's it's a it does not in the thing is i don't you know i don't know that it's this films responsibility to try to portray all the entire spectrum of homosexuality and and it's not this movie's responsibility to show that the vast majority of people who are gay are in you know healthy loving relationships are not violent are not you know not in it or not drake.

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"ivory coast" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The son of the former president of ivory coast on this subject was handed down a fine and a sixmonth jail sentence for and i quote completely disclosing false news elsewhere in britain the prime minister theresa may announced the formation of a special unit to counter fake news meanwhile in italy the government has launched an online portal through which citizens can report what they've think might be fake news to the police in a week where even pope francis condemned fake news as evil and manipulative the italian government wants to show its taking the issue seriously in the runup to elections there in march in fact following allegations that certain parties were purposely disseminating false news stories they even announced plans for a new curriculum that would teach schoolchildren how to spot fake news will that be as easy as it sounds antonio lopez is professor of communications and media studies at rome's john cabot university and is on the line antonia welcome to the program thank you for harry we do welcome what the italian government is saying about trying to incorporate fake news into some sort of education curriculum i absolutely agree that is a selfie that is a positive step forward uh i think we have to call it something else though which is media literacy which is something that a move it of media literacy advocates has been promoting for twenty or thirty years and i think what we're happy dow is our media literacy bullet because there is this what i would call a patrick or a paddock about fake news ido did i as a problem but it's something that's very old that has been i'll go away furloughed ties to what do you say to your university students about the issue kulik media literacy if you like how do you teach people to be aware of it well the first thing is you have to have some kind of be slide definition of what fake news so for example of exists give you a list of things that are potentially fake news the first one which is the kind that trump uses quite often it is you lose that i don't agree with but other types of fake news.

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"ivory coast" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"They were just ecstatic and we tracked cars i actually found cars there that had come from here they were jumping for joy and then after a couple of meetings with my eye contact uk back attend were not allowed to do anything what i said what are you talking about its hezbollah in ivory coast said we can't do anything with it we'd even discovered that they were us they know what he was doing well held on how to hunt be what you would this be it was two thousand nine two thousand pen i'd have to go back and look at the reports but it was around two thousand nine two thousand ten um go ahead i'm sorry interrupted you know it's five uh we we also discovered they were operating out of the golden dome mosque we knew the exact mosque we knew where they were living we knew who is doing it and we knew that they were smuggling a half billion dollars a week on middle eastern airlines every wednesday out of ivory coast to uh to lebanon so uh a lot of information with crystal clear and then i was shocked when my fbi contact came back and said we can't do anything with this i said what are you talking about well we can't do anything with it i thought oh my god since two thousand eight two thousand nine the head of the fbi was robert muller was he now i don't i don't know actually i'm while he was he was is the hidden wow i think for like twelve years until colmey came in so yes he was the head of the fbi he's now busy chasing uh you know people who were false statements processed crowd you wouldn't want it you would wanna brokerk on hezbollah cabrera knife exactly um now without without identifying herself the story in politico that iran a red just bring be ten twelve percent of it so you not only know a rings true you know it is true i know it is true i personally was there and took great risk to get that information only to have them say we can't use this.

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"ivory coast" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on KOIL

"To go back to michael fredericksberg virginia that's not his name that's not as location and i get it he was telling us more about what hezbollah was doing go ahead michael i had to cut you off well what would discovered worth it has boy had a map to carsmuggling operation electric cars from the united states to western africa and apparently other places that i was the only involved with western africa and they would load the cars up with money and drugs and shift who uh hubs who like avid ghana ivory coast or or benin or togo and then the drug from the money would go to whoever has below wanted to send it to so i travelled to ivory coast on several occasions after we had looked up these car dealers here in the united states working out of the cartoons and front for selling used cars but in fact it was a an operation to ship the wrecked cars and the fbi was wondering why did they weren't wrecked cars than it's because they were smuggling contraband in the cars in sea containers which noone czech and when i got to ivory coast i discovered ahead of as boy in ivory coast yes bean after he was planning to build a huge three hundred million dollars shopping center so they could launder money and i provided the fbi with pictures of his hezbollah flags and and pictures of him and into office with uh associates from hezbollah and they were just ecstatic and we tracked cars i actually found cars there that had come from here they were jumping for joy and then after a couple of meetings with my fbi contact came back it said were not allowed to do anything what the i said what are you talking about it hezbollah and ivory coast to we can't do anything with it we'd even discovered that they were while he was doing without on how to be what year would this be it was two thousand nine two thousand ten i'd have to go back and look at the report but it was around two thousand nine two thousand ten um go ahead i'm sorry interrupted you know it's fine uh we we also discovered they were operating out of the golden dome ma squeezes the exact mosque we knew where they were living we knew who is doing it and.

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"ivory coast" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Home characters that you love we're just one of you he's lived in the us since he was 10 uh his parents brought him here hoping to get the status of asylum they came from the ivory coast and in africa they didn't get asylum so that means that he and his parents our undocumented beacause and and by the way this does happen they were featuring on public radio earlier today the case of some mexicans who had come to the country legally but were unable to get their visa extended did not get permanent resident status and then didn't go back so they overstayed their visa their illegal their daughter who was brought here when she was six is illegal and that she basically had the lie to get into architecture school she's now an architect and she did sign up for dhaka and she is facing deportation as our as eight hundred thousand other people who signed up for dhaka and look at eu can say that people are playing this in a deliberately misleading way because if you have eleven million illegals who were living in this country and you have eight hundred thousand who have signed up for dhaka what you can do the math you're you're talking about far below ten percent of the total however it does highlight the need for some kind of congressional action which president trump has asked for any hands to try to do something to protect people like this a tv star bomba jim bothma like the architect who was featured on national public radio and by the way if you think they're just die the can't get any more intense than this then what we're having today just wait just wait because one of the things the democrats are threatening to shut down the government of ballot is the need for some kind of action.

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"ivory coast" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on AP News

"Sprinkling from yilmaz over details from swedish pop superstar dal has hinted her current tour for grammywinning album 25 will be her last it's me the program for her wednesday night show at wembley stadium in london was assigned handwritten note from the singer in it she says i don't know if i'll ever tour again and so i want my last time to be at home she calls touring a peculiar thing instead it doesn't suit me particularly well adel finisher tour on sunday after a total oh of one hundred twenty three performances the un peacekeeping mission in ivory coast has come to an end thirteen years ago the un intervened to broker a peace deal as the country was split in two by civil war as a friday the mission that most recently coast hundred and fifty three million the year will be over the un security council in a putin sixteen voted unanimously to end the mission a motion of confidence in the country's progress for many i've lauren's the departure of the peacekeepers is a positive sign even as worries flat about recent military tensions many recall it was only six years ago the postelectoral conflicts claimed so many lives human rights groups are urging the government to do more as the un mission to pause in a statement human rights won't said the vast majority of the commands us and litas implicated in a decade of serious human rights violations on both sides of the militry political divide have not yet been held to account for the a p i'm nick martin from the river well desk nike and amazon might just do it and team up nike says it's working on a test.

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"ivory coast" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"ivory coast" Discussed on Caught Offside

"And there's more written here a message to the ivory coast football federation this is not about you all right there should be no battle in this situation over where his final resting places if the family wants him in his original home town then that's it end of story how dare they think that they can come in and go against the family's wishes for his for where he'll be buried and half the body were the football federation would prefer he be are use this isn't about you this is about the family they just lost a thirty year old man this benefits the of anybody associated with him this has probably been the most traumatic experience of their life and you're going to fight the family over something like this unbelievable so petty and so wrong i really hope on us oba sad like to see how this plays out i really really hope that where he is finally buried is his hometown and the ivory coast football federation does not win here and maybe they have aside to the story i know there's a lot of people in the rv coast that check tot means an awful lot to and they probably feel a connection to him but you know what your connection to him does it it it's microscopic it pales in comparison to the connection he has to his actual family are i saw that and i thought it was so disgusting i find it very weird i hope is another side to this because it's not laid out in the article as to what reason the ivory coast for a football federation has that they want his body to be somewhere else aside from his hometown where his family wants it to be so maybe there's more to it and maybe i haven't done enough research here but in this article that i saw that's how it was written and i thought that was just terrible very very strange very very strong what are you have my from.

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