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"jackie leonard" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

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"jackie leonard" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"O'clock GMT. I'm Jackie Leonard. This is the newsroom from the BBC World Service. The head of the UN's nuclear watchdog, is visiting Tehran to try to ease tensions over Iran's nuclear program. Pope Francis is in Hungary, where he's met the anti immigration Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Anger deepens in Lebanon over the financial crisis, you know? We don't have a state at all. This man in the presidential palace should be burned and alcohol will be hearing from Japan on the issue of providing social care for an aging population. The more bigger problem is workforce. If you look at remote villages, I mean, it's hardly possible to get enough workforce for the long term care and the British 18 year old Emma Kanu on making tennis history by winning the US Open. I've got no idea what's going on. Not at all. I've got no clue, but anything that comes my way. I'm ready to do with it all here on the newsroom from the BBC in London. Hello. I'm we're older Son with the BBC News. Iran has given a positive account of talks with the UN's nuclear monitoring agency, The A. The talks were aimed at easing tensions over Tehran's atomic programme, Alan Johnston reports. The I A e. A chief Rafael Grossi went to Tehran seeking access to monitoring equipment installed at some Iranian nuclear sites from which his inspectors have been barred. Iran's nuclear authorities said the talks have been constructive and that the inspectors would now be able to service their equipment. But we're yet to hear Mr Gross's accounts of the negotiations and the full extent of whatever was agreed. The Iranians have been limiting their cooperation with the inspectors in retaliation for President Donald Trump's abandoning of the international nuclear accord and his imposition of U. S sanctions on Iran. Hungary's right wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban has implored Pope Francis not to let Christian Hungary parish after the two men had a 40 minute meeting in Budapest. The comment on Mr Orban's Facebook page highlighted a divergent divergence in approach to migration Correspondent Nick Thorpe explains Francis from the very start of his Papacy, has stressed that people should welcome refugees and migrants to their homes. Whereas Viktor Orban, the Hungarian prime minister, he has set himself up as a defender of Christian Europe from what he is sometimes described as Muslim invaders, so a very different approach. To especially immigration and the issue of refugees from The pope on the one hand and Hungarian prime minister on the other. A spokesman for the Taliban has dismissed reports that the Al Qaeda militant group is active in Afghanistan. Calling such claims baseless. Sohail Shaheen said the Taliban would honor their commitment in the Doha agreement. To prevent Afghanistan being used for attacks on other countries. Here's Dilma give a ring in an interview with Pakistani television means that the Taliban were caught off guard 20 years ago when al Qaida attacked the United States. Now with the Taliban back in Kabul. That policy was that Afghanistan would not be used as a base for attacks on another country. We will legislate and monitor this, he added. He was asked about recent reports which suggested that hundreds of members of Al Qaeda were already active in the south and east of Afghanistan. Such claims, he said were based on false information. The FBI has released the first document related to its investigation into allegations of Saudi government support for the 9 11 Attackers following an order from President Biden. The partially redacted document outlines contacts between two of the hijackers and suspected Saudi intelligence operative world News from the BBC. Japan says it's detected a submarine believed to be from China in waters near several of its southern islands in the East China Sea, while Chinese surface vessels regularly sail near Japanese territory in the region. Tokyo said submarine incursions were rare. The two countries are involved in a territorial dispute over islands in the east China Sea. The Socialist mayor of Paris, and Hidalgo says she plans to stand in the French presidential election next year. She's been running the French capital since 2014, attracting both praise and criticism for her environmentalist policies. Ms Hidalgo joins a growing list of challenges to the centrist French president, Emmanuel Macron, including the far right leader, Marine Le Pen. Britain's Health secretary, Sajid Javid has ruled out introducing coronavirus vaccine passports for the time being. He told the BBC that he'd never liked the idea. But he said the pandemic had not gone away and vaccine passports should be kept as a possible option. Most people probably instinctively don't like the idea. I mean, I've never liked the idea of saying to people you must show your papers has something to do You know what is it just an everyday activity, But we were right to you to properly look at it to look at the evidence. We've looked at it properly and what we should keep it in reserve as a potential option. I'm pleased to say that we will not be going ahead. With plans for vaccine passports. One of the most recognizable monuments in the French capital Paris. The triumph is being temporarily encased in fabric in memory of the late artist Christo workers sailing from the top of the war memorial draped a first giant silver blue sheet of polypropylene. Towards the central large. Christo, who planned the project but died last year, said the movement of the 25,000 Square meters of fabric would turn the out to triumph into a sensual living object. Critics say the project is environmentally wasteful BBC news And and this is the newsroom from the BBC World Service and we will begin with those nuclear talks in Tehran between the UN and Iran, head of the monitoring agency, The A. Rafael Grossi is there to try to ease tension over Iran's nuclear program visit comes at a time of growing alarm in the west about Iran's intentions. Well. Joining the newsroom is our Middle East editor Alan Johnston. Alan This is the first a visit to Iran since the hard line cleric Ibrahim racy became president. What is hoped to be achieved during these talks and what are we hearing so far? Well, Mr Grossi went to Tehran with a whole range of concerns on his mind. But certainly I think top of his agenda will have been the issue of the need to be able to get continuing access to any nuclear site that the inspectors feel should be inspected. Now. The Iranians for months since perhaps way back in February, have been barring Nuclear inspectors from some sites, a source of huge concern to the A E. A inspectors left monitoring equipment running at those locations. But the Iranians weren't allowing them to get access to the data, and Mr Grossi went around very much, hoping that situation would be reversed. Now we've heard from the Iranian side just very recently, and they're putting a very positive gloss on it. They say that the talks were constructive. In their words, They say the inspectors will now be able to service that those cameras set up in those locations of concern. So the sense from the Iranian side that there has been progress here, But I have to say That we're yet to hear anything at all from Mr Grassi. We expect to hear from him when he gets back to Vienna this evening, So we don't know really what was agreed what the extent of any agreement was and how satisfied the A might or might not be. So Iran at least says it was constructive. What impact might all of this have on the talks in Vienna, which are aimed at reviving the nuclear deal?.

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Donald Trump, Newcastle and Britain discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

03:23 min | 3 years ago

Donald Trump, Newcastle and Britain discussed on BBC World Service

"Donald trump comes to britain this week he works go to newcastle he won't be given the freedom of the city and he certainly went greet an adoring crowd of twenty thousand people like this a very grateful to jordi now so it was that jimmy carter won the hearts of tyneside in nineteen seventy seven outside newcastle civic center this is how it used to be british crowds cheering american presidents not just because they were more popular in the past but also because their visits were more rare the first to come was woodrow wilson in one thousand nine hundred eighteen but it wasn't until the end of another world war twenty seven years later the us president once again greystone come to my country mr president is the royal speaking on the deck of the british cruiser a british tribute president truman's great leadership if you didn't catch a glimpse of mr truman and plymouth harbor in nineteen forty five it would be another fourteen years before another president came along in nineteen fifty nine arrives in london a second stop on his tour of the western allies capital earlier in bonn and he was given a unique honor one that's not being offered to mr trump queen elizabeth from the royal family all the president's hosts about morale castle in the scottish highlands one thing president eisenhower did have in common with mr trump is the owned property in scotland a golf course but an apartment in a castle that he'd been given for his war service and he spent a few days there on holiday but such privacy was ref his successor john f kennedy and his wife who came in nineteen sixty one something not even the cabinet could've plan is a half million people lining the route from london airport to the west end justice here a hello to jack and jackie notes that half a million people inevitably such popularity could not last of course this trip by mr trump is not a state visit that actually any being too for george w bush in two thousand and three and then barack obama in two thousand eleven when david cameron called on his skills as a chef we've just been having a barbecue guns of number ten downing street it was a great event there was probably the first time in history as we stood behind that barbecue that i can say a british prime minister is given an american president a bit of a grilling unlike mr trump president obama was given the rare privilege of addressing both houses of parliament i am told the last three speakers here have been the pope her majesty the queen and nelson mandela which is either a very high bar or the beginning of a very funny joke donald trump's visit will be more low key and less public than his predecessors to avoid protest and diplomatic rows james landale reporting stay with us if you can neil we'll have a summary in just a moment i'm jackie leonard you've been listening to the newsroom from the bbc in london distribution of the bbc world service in the us has made possible by american public media producer and distributor of award.

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"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

29:46 min | 3 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

29:46 min | 3 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Cyclone Mekunu nears Oman's coast, kills 12-year-old girl

BBC World Service

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Cyclone Mekunu nears Oman's coast, kills 12-year-old girl

"And food to be restored across the country world news from the bbc the president of colombia han manuel centers has announced that he's countries to become the first in latin america to be given a special partnership status with nato he said the tattoo ceremony at the organization's headquarters in brussels next week columbia will be named as a global partner a court in cameroon has convicted seven activists from the country's anglophone minority of rebellion and terrorism and has given them sentences ranging from ten to fifteen years they include the group's leader manchu bbc radio presented in the english speaking northwest region but his grace to hollywood film producer harvey weinstein's has he'll plead not guilty to all allegations against him after he appeared in court in new york charged with rape and sexual abuse the prosecutor told the court that mr weinstein had used his money and power to lure young women into situations where he sexually violated them he has nick bryant in new york photographed and filmed by scrum of press and paparrazzi harvey weinstein and to the police station in la manhattan with three large books under his arm one a back row by musicals but what mattress today with the words on his chargesheet accusing him of two counts of rape one count to the criminal sexual acts for incidents involving two separate women inside he was arrested fingerprinted and formerly books that about an hour later he was brought out flanked by two detectives wearing handcuffs and what looked like a wry smile a strong cyclone has made landfall in southern oman killing a twelve year old girl amounts second city salah has been hit by torrential rain high tides and winds which submerged several vehicles cyclone mukunu is expected to weaken to a tropical storm when it hits southern saudi arabia on saturday it's already wrought havoc to the yemeni island chain of sokoto tra five people are known to have been killed bbc news hello i'm jackie leonard and you're listening to the newsroom from the bbc world service the republic of ireland appears to be ready to liberalize its strict abortion laws exit polls suggest that more than two thirds of voters.

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"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Conversate with yeah so yeah i wasn't what i'm among it see soldier with food in his hand and say it'd be like me take this food they would say come with us when we would think about children crying for food if you accept the food he'd combat to have sex with you and if you refused he is forced to rape you so what exactly is amnesty international alleging a question jackie leonard portray nigeria correspondent miami jones they say that that evidence that many of these women ended up in camps where they were installing conditions there wasn't very much food many of their partners have been arrested for being suspected members of boko haram they found themselves with no recourse and jud up they fell prey to members of the military who either sexually abused them force them to become the partners girlfriends in exchange for food and humanitarian assistance and tell us about the evidence that amnesty international house so they say that they've carried out over two hundred and fifty interviews over the last two years since two thousand sixteen and that in those interviews nine women told them that they were raped and the also said that they spoke to some people who told them that women who are suspected of being wives oba koran fighters have also been systematically detained and that some of them have died the claimed five of those women have died in barracks and at thirty two children who were arrested with them also night obviously these are extremely serious allegations what is the nigerian military saying the nigerian military issued a pretty swift response condemning reports it says it's not the first time the amnesty has criticised it and they're getting tired of these repeated criticisms they say any allegations of rapes incomes were internally displaced people affected so the nigerian military has been quite skeptical and condemning of this report and absolutely in no way suggesting that it might investing.

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"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"In hotels the traditional hawaiian music is intended to relax visitors at the signs of reception or explicitly telling people to count on the poster say tourists shouldn't get caught up in rumors that all activity is happening in a tiny corner of the big island and according to the does what will happen next is up the pele hawaii got us of all kano's chris butler come in this cost one of three countries in the world with mountain gorillas but it's also now got the big five however when there is aiming to change tourists perception of its country a new amnesty international investigation has detailed what it calls the horrendous treatment of women and girls by the nigerian military it says they abused women were seeking refuge from boko haram in northeastern nigeria over the last couple of years this is what one woman told the bbc converse with you so yeah it wasn't what i'm among did see soldier with food in his hand and say you'd be like me take this food they would say come with us we would think about children crying for food if you accept the food he'd come back to have sex with you and if you refused us forced to write pew so what exactly is amnesty international alleging a question jackie leonard put to nigeria correspondent miami jones they see that evidence that many of these women ended up in camps where they were installing conditions there wasn't very much food many of their partners have been arrested for being suspected members of booker horon they found themselves with no recourse and jud up they fell prey to members of the military who either sexually abused them force them to become the partners girlfriends in exchange for food and humanitarian assistance and tell us about the evidence that amnesty international house so they say that the.

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"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Will be such issues as the rise of populism and the problems of globalization frank yagan rickshaw is the chairman of think tank harasses which is organizing the meeting and he told jackie leonard more it's a gathering of six hundred business leaders meeting government civil society and the academia as well what would like to do is to inspire the future giving a longterm vision to the ruled and trying to change the world is there a danger that it is just six hundred really well connected successful people chatting amongst themselves we try to avoid the stupid little trap of networking miniver you go to invent the states all about cocktail receptions and networking we really want to shape the future and try to instill changes and what do you think are the key issues that you're delegates are going to be interested in this year the current state of the rule this quite lamey we seeing which is increasingly complex and ultimately out of order witnessing lot of systemic risks and challenges starting with the chiro political crisis in the middle east the rise of populism and finally the might of globalization ever in the world and we see that many of our leaders are not really playing according to the rules singapore trait the upcoming trade for between the us and china president trump of course xi jinping on the other side we don't really see the outcome as we'll talk about rate secondly dichio politic crisis what's happening in syria right now and trying to find a solution so you've gathered together hundreds of the brightest and the best in the world to talk about the state of the world and where it's going at the end of this event what do you hope to achieve will you have a policy document what we what we have at the end what are you looking for.

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Global News Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Israel couch really emotionally she has criticized the current government prime minister benjamin netanyahu in the past but she can't just be pushed aside which some israeli politicians have tried to do as someone who's just writing a bandwagon here also this is not just any price genesis prize is known as israel's nobel prize this is four people who've made huge cultural contributions who are israeli sebastian asham the genesis foundation says it's very saddened by natalie portman decision and says it fears it for nonprofit initiative could become politicized the fourth bbc arabic festival got underway on friday night an annual weeklong event screens short films and documentaries about current social and political changes taking place in the world after the opening ceremony some farah head of the bbc arabic service to all my colleague jackie leonard what it's about in a nutshell it's about discovering new journalistic talent and filmmaking talent primarily nonfiction in our world giving them a platform to show their work to wider audience global but also for us to work a lotta people have certainly image of the middle east what do you think a festival lightens does to change that image will i would say it completes the picture rather than changed the image sometimes it can change in image change a stereotype sometimes it can pens a certain stereotype but i think what it does primarily does very good is it completes our understanding the lives of those people who make up the airport now we saw some very powerful films this evening which were a reflection of what happened last year wall sort of responsive you had to the competition this year what are you looking for every year press.

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"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm jackie leonard in in the early hours of saturday the twenty fourth of march these raw main stories in france police officer badly injured in an islamist attack is hailed a hero by president mccall the man nominated by proindependence parties in catalonia to head the regional government has been sent to jail and a biodiversity study has warned of an alarming decline in plant and animal species with grave consequences for humans also in this podcast we take a look inside porton down the secretive english defense lab and don't cry i am a big boy now and in the future i will take care of you and my system the seven year old syrian boy making the best of his new life in jordan we begin in france where more details have been emerging about the country's first terror attack since it state of emergency in place since november twenty fifteen was lifted this was president mccall speaking shortly after the incident in the southwest of the country as usual our country has been subjected today to an islamist attack in carcassonne and in type person has killed three people and wounded sixteen more of whom at least two or in a critical state the security forces intervened with remarkable speed i wish to pay tribute to their commitment at their professionalism said we the hong animal in office moola is the prosecutor in charge of the case should indicate oxygen picks the person was remanded in custody under the charge of criminal association in connection with a terrorist undertaking the perpetrator is called read doa l lived in caucus oil was born in april seventy two in morocco was on the terrorist watch list since two thousand and four and was known by the police due to a number of petty crimes the gunman whose full name was read out lack deem was shot dead by french police are correspondent hugh scofield looks at how friday's events on folded.

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Global News Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm jackie leonard in in the early hours of saturday the twenty fourth of march these raw main stories in france police officer badly injured in an islamist attack is hailed a hero by president mccall the man nominated by proindependence parties in catalonia to head the regional government has been sent to jail and a biodiversity study has warned of an alarming decline in plant and animal species with grave consequences for humans also in this podcast we take a look inside porton down the secretive english defense lab and don't cry i am a big boy now and in the future i will take care of you and my system the seven year old syrian boy making the best of his new life in jordan we begin in france where more details have been emerging about the country's first terror attack since it state of emergency in place since november twenty fifteen was lifted this was president mccall speaking shortly after the incident in the southwest of the country as usual our country has been subjected today to an islamist attack in carcassonne and in type person has killed three people and wounded sixteen more of whom at least two or in a critical state the security forces intervened with remarkable speed i wish to pay tribute to their commitment at their professionalism said we the hong animal in office moola is the prosecutor in charge of the case should indicate oxygen picks the person was remanded in custody under the charge of criminal association in connection with a terrorist undertaking the perpetrator is called read doa l lived in caucus oil was born in april seventy two in morocco was on the terrorist watch list since two thousand and four and was known by the police due to a number of petty crimes the gunman whose full name was read out lack deem was shot dead by french police are correspondent hugh scofield looks at how friday's events on folded.

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"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service on jackie leonard and at fourteen hours gmt on monday the fifth of march these are all main stories an aid convoy finally entered the besieged syrian rebel and clave of eastern gupta despite continued shelling some of the trucks will halfempty though after the removal of medical supplies the north korean leader kim jongin has been meeting a south korean delegation for the first time and leaders of two anti establishment parties in italy have each claimed the rights to form a new government after sunday's general election also in this podcast some good news for the australian immunization program against cervical cancer we predict in the next couple of decades we should really eradicate the majority of these katzan and calls for greater representation under quality at the annual oscars ceremony we begin in syria wef finally an aid convoy has arrived in the beseiged rebelheld area of eastern gusa despite continued shelling these trucks six off them hall the first to reach the enclave since mid february despite a recent un call for a ceasefire and short daily truces ordered by russia president assad has given permission for the aid convoy but said the government's offensive must continue what's more aid officials say some medical supplies such as trauma kits were not allowed in panos moumtzis the un regional coordinator for the syria crisis says a political solution is urgently needed magerram aid has never and will never be a himanen ju what unit goals of injuries what we're all seeing is a failure of the international community international moons earned diplomacy juggling jeanmarie we had more than eight thousand people display every.

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"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service on jackie leonard and at fourteen hours gmt on monday the fifth of march these are all main stories an aid convoy finally entered the besieged syrian rebel and clave of eastern gupta despite continued shelling some of the trucks will halfempty though after the removal of medical supplies the north korean leader kim jongin has been meeting a south korean delegation for the first time and leaders of two anti establishment parties in italy have each claimed the rights to form a new government after sunday's general election also in this podcast some good news for the australian immunization program against cervical cancer we predict in the next couple of decades we should really eradicate the majority of these katzan and calls for greater representation under quality at the annual oscars ceremony we begin in syria wef finally an aid convoy has arrived in the beseiged rebelheld area of eastern gusa despite continued shelling these trucks six off them hall the first to reach the enclave since mid february despite a recent un call for a ceasefire and short daily truces ordered by russia president assad has given permission for the aid convoy but said the government's offensive must continue what's more aid officials say some medical supplies such as trauma kits were not allowed in panos moumtzis the un regional coordinator for the syria crisis says a political solution is urgently needed magerram aid has never and will never be a himanen ju what unit goals of injuries what we're all seeing is a failure of the international community international moons earned diplomacy juggling jeanmarie we had more than eight thousand people display every.

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Global News Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm jackie leonard end up fourteen hours gmt on monday the 26th the february these are all main stories mall progovernment bombardment of eastern gusa in syria despite a un security council demand for a ceasefire security also resolutions are only meaningful if they are effectively implemented it's time to stop these hell on her we'll hear from a resident of eastern culture the chinese census deleting online criticism of the announcement that the president changing paying could stay in power indefinitely and it's now emerge that the bollywood star street davy died from drowning also in this podcast if we don't have backup systems relearn us this genetic material forever the millions deposits of the doomsday seed volt and reaction to a very unusual political interview vinyl stray in reporter progovernment forces in syria have continued their assault on the rebelheld and clave of eastern gusa killing at least ten more civilians that's despite the fact that on saturday un security council unanimously called for a ceasefire to allow in medical and humanitarian assistance the un secretary general antonio guterro cash says the bombardment must stop immediately but it doesn't seem that anyone is listening boy add lives in eastern gouta he spent the past week in a basement with his wife two young children and dozens of their neighbours he's used his phone to record some of his experiences forest this week he starts by telling us about the first time he thought it was safe to venture out just hours after the un votes had taken place this is the first time i all.

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"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm jackie leonard end up fourteen hours gmt on monday the 26th the february these are all main stories mall progovernment bombardment of eastern gusa in syria despite a un security council demand for a ceasefire security also resolutions are only meaningful if they are effectively implemented it's time to stop these hell on her we'll hear from a resident of eastern culture the chinese census deleting online criticism of the announcement that the president changing paying could stay in power indefinitely and it's now emerge that the bollywood star street davy died from drowning also in this podcast if we don't have backup systems relearn us this genetic material forever the millions deposits of the doomsday seed volt and reaction to a very unusual political interview vinyl stray in reporter progovernment forces in syria have continued their assault on the rebelheld and clave of eastern gusa killing at least ten more civilians that's despite the fact that on saturday un security council unanimously called for a ceasefire to allow in medical and humanitarian assistance the un secretary general antonio guterro cash says the bombardment must stop immediately but it doesn't seem that anyone is listening boy add lives in eastern gouta he spent the past week in a basement with his wife two young children and dozens of their neighbours he's used his phone to record some of his experiences forest this week he starts by telling us about the first time he thought it was safe to venture out just hours after the un votes had taken place this is the first time i all.

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"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"I'm able to resist methanol hour thought it singing along the town's it turns out thin z music factories hit can i make sweat isn't use it to everyone is mr nawawa has been telling canada's ctv news how four police officers pulled him over they asked me if icecream i said no i will address singing he said okay i need your driving licences were you screening in your car i was seeing you were singing was see everybody that five minutes later the police came back with a one hundred eighteen us donna surprise at screaming in public montreal police said they do not comment on individual tickets that missed him allow our plans to contest it and his hoping for a judge who likes ninety thumbs music that was rebecca wood reporting on that team full night that say it from us for now but did not delay ill will be here with an updated version of the global needs podcast a little later free to download if you'd like to comment on this podcast all the topics covered in it do please send us an email the address is global podcast bbc co don't uk and we will leave you with some more ninety stones music wherever you are listening to this podcast he'll free to groove on jackie leonard until next time byebye now now now now.

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Global News Podcast

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc for details of all complete range of programmes dirt bbcworldservicecom ford slush fulfills welcome to the latest global news compiled in the early hours of tuesday the 17th of october i'm jackie leonard with a selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up civilians are fleeing the city of kirkuk in northern iraq as government forces take more territory in facilities from kurdish forces we've seen people with belongings on top of their cars people with frightened children on their laps an elderly woman who was almost in tears told us that she didn't dare to remain in the city the philippine military says it's killed two top islamic state militants in the southern city of marawi after months of fighting a nobel laureates on why he's been marching across india sixth relive uses rapes and trafficking became a model epidemic millions of children are suffering also in the program started running a monument to complete installed potatoes need to bury and picked depleted drown mcknight the crew day simply him interrupted supply that calling it chippo clips troops loyal to the iraqi government have seized parts of the northern city of kirkuk from kurdish fighters the soldiers entered the provincial government headquarters in the center of the city after taking control of a number of key facilities on the outskirts kirkuk was seized by kurdish fighters in recent years as they defeated islamic state militants in the area thousands of kurds have been fleeing we'll garin watch them go.

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Global News Podcast

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc the details of all complete range of programmes dirt bbcworldservicecom ford slash podcasts welcome to the latest global news compiled in the early hours of monday the sixteen 16th of october i'm jackie leonard with a selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up austria look set to give the world it's youngest national leader gerhard the funding bela in unveiling amana we 100 a great responsibility from the voters i can promise you that i will fight with all my strength for change in his country the somali president condemns the islamist group alshabab after the massive bomb blast in mogadishu that killed more than two hundred people a former national security advisor and sitting iraqi mp spells out what the iraqi kurdish prime minister has to do to avert civil war for mr barzani confirm good effort under and after that everything is possible whatever they want to discuss we'll discuss and the return of vinyl making records on the road what i like about one chance to do in were putting that record but first within minutes of the polls closing in the austrian general election it began to look certain that the conservative people's party would emerge with the biggest share of the vote if confirmed that will make their leader sebastian courts the youngest national leader in the world at the age of thirty one this was his message to his ecstatic supporters graham hyde the funding beeline and unveil amana we 100 a great responsibility from the voices we should be aware this lots of people have put their hopes into our movements i can promise you that i will fight with all my strength and all my commitments for change in his country on that one to invite you all to come along this path together with me.

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"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"jackie leonard" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc cities a complete range of programmes bbcworldservicecom slash podcasts welcome to the latest global news recorded at thirteen fifteen gmt on tuesday the eight to august i'm jackie leonard with the selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up the south african parliament has been debating a motion of noconfidence in president jacob zuma the un human rights office has accused the venezuelan authorities of widespread and systematic violence against opposition protestors basically things like firing teargas without warning and that short range alsayed the use of but shot against protest us and even quite cruised ammunition light marbles nuts and bolts also in the podcast kenyans have been queueing in large numbers to vote in a general election after tents campaign between president who can yasser and his rival rilo dinka you flavourings we'll in good if rural regions will and good but led the election be free and fair a senior un official issues a warning about possible genocide in the central african republic and calls for international action loop pressure has to be called calypso commute skirts cubs will not initial goal so much further afield with countries with influence to bring a political resolution as we all know that the will never be a military solution we have why the cultural heritage of one of china's most remote provinces onto threat and.

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