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"james cutler" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

05:14 min | 10 months ago

"james cutler" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Say there's a friday. It's time for listen back to some of the great things that probably happened to us. Roughly this week in history on or near are fantastic planet. Or how about this. it's it dry. Dank dark and cavernous and it wasn't an hana's playboy shoot. He was patented by james cutler before a mayor of rochester new york this weekend eighteen eighty three and nineteen sixty two. Ringo starr joined john. Paul george and andy record. Love me do at abbey road andy white yet. He was the drummer for the session. Ringo handled the tambourine. And that's it and fifty three. That foil covered keeps it hot and moist. And here's your chamber trey with three steaming piles of crab swanson with its tv dinner. What the hell is calm own. Anyway in two thousand and four apparently remembering the horror of his wedding night. then california. Governor arnold schwarzenegger signed a bill barring sex with the dead and if the fingers are sticky but not wet and your pants are on it. Must be scots brand cellophane tape. It was developed by. Richard grew and this week in nineteen thirty. The i wold sticky stuff went on sale eighteen. Eighty eight. edith eleanor. Mclean was the first baby to be placed in the incubator. The device was used for premature babies and simulated the uterine experience by keeping the useless little bloody mass moist and warm which is never a bad two thousand nine. Sydney's judge convicted. The lubna hussein a journalist for violent in the public decency law wearing trousers outdoors. He five or two hundred dollars. That judge was just closed minded. Nine the first barbie doll was sold. by mattel. sunny will let barney contract can but she doesn't she fakes it and she comes with gi. Joe we saw right. This has dr wicked heart born star breasts and fisted many cavities though he never broke tests he spread her thighs wide. Apart as a gynecology major and worth the cleaver so deftly like a b movie horror ranger your fingers tear the golden flesh. Will it taste so good. You moan when you're done eating her gracie box stick your bone. It's colonel sanders week. Inveterate kentucky fried chicken. Hey was born this weekend. Celebrate that i believe chainsaw on the kgb..

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"james cutler" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"james cutler" Discussed on WTOP

"Armed the murders of an elderly woman and her grown son in there allow me county home wants a judge to throw out the statements that he made to detectives Brian wells's towards with the murders of mall and rishi mun wani his lawyer Tom wall says Loudon county detectives violated his client's constitutional rights by continuing to question them after he asked for his lawyer almost a dozen times he tells WTOP that his client made no incriminating statements when Wallace was first arrested prosecutors had to drop the charges because forensic showed the bullets recovered from the victim's bodies didn't match the barrel of wealth is gone he was then indicted but prosecutors have not said they have new evidence or testimony to prove that wells fired the shots me a log in steam WTOP news is the military conducting surveillance on Americans that question has come up during the George Floyd protests out of virtual town hall meeting with the IAEA director Robert Ashley one employee asked whether they could be ordered to support efforts to conduct domestic surveillance which is beyond the I. A.'s mandate the question came up because of an internal coordination group set up a D. I. A. to answer questions regarding the possible involvement of foreign militaries informative or inciting protest over George Floyd's death D. I. A. spokesman James Cutler said in a statement the mission of the D. I. A. is to provide intelligence on foreign militaries and D. I. A. is not involved in any way in domestic intelligence matters JJ green WTOP news the Senate has unanimously confirmed general Charles brown junior as chief of staff of the U. S. Air Force that makes him the first black officer to leave when the nation's military services brown most recently served as the commander.

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"james cutler" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"james cutler" Discussed on WTOP

"Quick reaction has led to the resignation of the man who created the fitness regimen crossfit the founder of cross fits Greg Glassman is out today after Reebok ended its relationship with crossfit because of a tweet by Glassman the tweet came after a group labeled racism a public health issue Glassman replied with a tweet Floyd nineteen and the parent play on the term covert nineteen Glassman apologized but the damage was done in his resignation he acknowledges creating a rift and hurting many crossfit members Steve Futterman CBS news after a video surfaced last week of a Montgomery County bicyclist assaulting a group of teenagers social media users speculated that it was a former police officer well it wasn't and now that man falsely accused is speaking out saying it was extremely upsetting former Montgomery County police officer John Damski says he and his family we're getting calls and messages from strangers who believe that he was the one who carried out an assault on teens along the capital crescent trail in Bethesda it just shows you what what can go on with this instant gratification from the from social media while the harassment has come down since an arrest was made dance he vows to go after anyone who continues to go after his family we're going to pursue them we're gonna proceed in court of law I have absolutely no hesitation in doing so if for no other reason that that perhaps it protects them in the future Ken Duffy WTOP news the statue of Christopher Columbus standing in Richmond has been torn down by protesters set on fire and submerged into a lake news outlets report the figure was toppled less than two hours after protesters gathered last night by protesters using ropes and sign reads Columbus represents a genocide that's taken its place now in the wake of the George Floyd protest the question has come up is the U. S. military involved in surveillance of Americans the defense intelligence agency says absolutely not the question came up after a D. I. A. employee asked about it during a virtual town hall the central focus of concern was an internal coordination group set up at D. I. A. to answer questions about threats from any possible action by foreign militaries to intensify or manipulate the protest D. I. A. spokesman James Cutler dispelled any ideas of the agencies involved in domestic surveillance saying our capabilities are focused squarely on foreign threats to the nation JJ green WTOP news coming up in money news without moves lower with the nasdaq tries for a records the Vegas gamble continues I'm Jeff label ten fifty four federal managers working from home are.

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"james cutler" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"james cutler" Discussed on WTOP

"To conduct domestic surveillance which is beyond D. I. A.'s mandate the question came up because of an internal coordination group set up a D. I ate to answer questions regarding the possible involvement of foreign militaries informative or inciting protest over George Floyd's death D. I. A. spokesman James Cutler said in a statement the mission of the D. I. A. is to provide intelligence on foreign militaries and D. I. A. is not involved in any way in domestic intelligence matters JJ green WTOP news a statue of Christopher Columbus in Richmond has been torn down by protesters set on fire and then submerged into a lake at statue was reportedly toppled in less than two hours after protesters gathered in the city's bird park yesterday chatting with us that should come down protesters gather down using ropes the navy is joining the marines in banning the Confederate flag from all public spaces in work areas that includes navy installations ships aircraft and submarines the chief of naval operations says the order is meant to ensure unit cohesion and I pulled the navy's core values of honor courage and commitment displays of the Confederate flag I've also been banned on marine corps bases the Senate has unanimously confirmed general Charles brown junior as chief of staff of the U. S. Air Force making him the first black officer to lead one of the nation's military services brown most recently served as commander of US Pacific air forces should the American flag become a permanent part of the football field that was a question the Spotsylvania county school board considered this week the NASA products high school field has a flag embedded on the thirty three yard line thirty three was the number of former linebacker an army corporal Ryan McGee who was killed in Iraq Spotsylvania public schools director of operations done I propose as playing a game on the field with an emblem of the flag is not disrespecting the flag we're talking about the fact that you have an emblem on the flag it's not an actual flag it is part of the turf it is made out of the same material as the artificial turf the school board voted unanimously to keep flag the county's board of supervisors chairman had objected to it coming up next in money news the nasdaq works on another record the big screen is back I'm Jeff label nine fifty four when you cut lawns.

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"james cutler" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"james cutler" Discussed on WTOP

"To to protest after George Floyd's death is the military involved in surveillance on American intelligence agency says absolutely not the question came up after a D. I. A. employee asked about it during a virtual town hall the central focus of concern was an internal coordination group set up at DIA to answer questions about threats from any possible action by foreign militaries to intensify or manipulate the protest D. I. A. spokesman James Cutler dispelled any ideas of the agencies involved in domestic surveillance saying our capabilities are focused squarely on foreign threats to the nation JJ green WTOP news a statue of Christopher Columbus in Richmond has been torn down by protesters it was set on fire and then submerged into a lake news outlets report that figure was toppled less than two hours after protesters gathered last night by protesters using ropes a sign that reads Columbus represents a genocide has taken its place the navy is joining in the marines banning the Confederate flag from all public spaces in work areas it includes navy installations and ships aircraft and submarines the chief of naval operations said that the order is meant to ensure unit cohesion and to uphold the navy's core values of honor courage and commitment displays of the Confederate flags have also been banned on marine corps base says well the U. S. Air Force has a new chief on this vote the yeas are ninety eight the nays are zero in the historic nomination of general Charles Q. brown junior as the United States Air Force chief of staff is confirmed by US president Mike pence there presiding over the Senate when it confirmed the first black officer to leave one of the nation's military services brown is a fighter pilot who most recently served as the commander of US Pacific Air Force as a capital.

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"james cutler" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"james cutler" Discussed on WTOP

"These new voting machines W. G. C. L. T. V.'s Caroline Ryan reporting from Atlanta Republicans have tentatively settled in Jacksonville Florida as the new destination for most of the Republican National Convention in August Republican officials tell The Washington Post details of the arrangement are still in flux and RNC aides scrambling to determine whether Jacksonville has enough hotel rooms the conventions more routine a lower profile meetings would still take place in Charlotte which was the original host site for the convention on of the RNC's contractual obligations in North Carolina as a protest over racism and police brutality roiled the country Democrats are putting more importance in Joe Biden choosing a woman of color as his running mate a politico morning consult poll taken after George Floyd's death galvanized the nation shows forty six percent of Democrats say it's important that Biden pick a vice president upright vice presidential candidate of color that is up from thirty six percent in early April even before the protest some party officials and activists were suggesting the importance of elevating a black leader a poll of nearly two thousand voters has a margin of error of plus or minus two points is the military conducting surveillance on Americans a question has come up during the George Lloyd protests and now we get an answer out of virtual town hall meeting with the IAEA director Robert Ashley one employee asked whether they could be ordered to support efforts to conduct domestic surveillance which is beyond the I. A.'s mandate the question came up because of an internal coordination group set up a D. I. A. to answer questions regarding the possible involvement of foreign militaries informative or inciting protest over George Floyd's death D. I. A. spokesman James Cutler said in a statement the mission of the D. I. A. is to provide intelligence on foreign militaries and D. I. A. is not involved in any way in domestic intelligence matters JJ green WTOP news a statue of Christopher Columbus in Richmond has been torn down by protesters set on fire and then submerged into a lake the statue was reportedly toppled in less than two hours after protesters gathered in the city's bird park yesterday chanting for the statue to be taken down protesters protesters got it down using ropes it's seven forty four geico has the insurance industry leading app that lets you manage your policy anytime anywhere which means the geico is always there for you if only everyone was always there for you like animal control when you're cornered in your garage by an angry customer and you said you would be.

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"james cutler" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"james cutler" Discussed on WTOP

"In terms of civil liberties civil rights and and then just treating people with dignity CBS news update I'm Steve Futterman WTOP news time now twelve thirty two on your Wednesday morning in a key Senate committee will consider a proposal to prevent president trump from using the military to deal with protesters as we here this morning open up all these hippies Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill the recent forceful clearing out of protesters in Lafayette square and president trump's call to dominate the streets with the help of the military troubles Virginia senator Tim Kaine the president last week indicated that he was contemplating use of the military against protesters in DC and other cities with democratic lawmakers hoping the Senate Armed Services Committee will vote today on his amendment to the national defense authorization act which would prevent the Pentagon from using federal funds to marshal forces against protesters or U. S. citizens military should not be used to infringe upon the rights of people to peacefully assemble I'm Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news the president's sparking fresh controversy this week over his hard line law in water pushed by peddling another conspiracy theory this time about a protester shot by police recently in buffalo seventy five year old Martin Gugino still in the hospital after hitting his head on the sidewalk the president tweets the confrontation may have been a set up that could Gino might be part of antifa and appeared to be scanning police communications to black out officers equipment there's no evidence anything like that happened the president's being criticized by Republicans like senator Lisa Makowski who said old lord ugh and Democrats like New York governor Andrew Cuomo our reckless how irresponsible I mean how crude saying the president should show some decency and apologize aides have been urging the president to take a more unifying tone toward the protests worrying his words are boosting Democrats soccer make Donnie Washington lots of you saw that viral video of the protester in buffalo injured he is now we hear been released from intensive care the president says it may have been a set up in the end will keep you updated on that story here on WTOP is the military conducting surveillance on Americans the question has come up during the George Floyd protests now we get an answer from them all these he'll be as national security correspondent JJ green this early Wednesday morning at a virtual town hall meeting with the I. A. director Robert Ashley one employee asked whether they could be ordered to support efforts to conduct domestic surveillance which is beyond D. I. A.'s mandate the question came up because of an internal coordination group set up a D. I. A. to answer questions regarding the possible involvement of foreign militaries informative or inciting protest over George Floyd's death D. I. A. spokesman James Cutler said in a statement the mission of the D. I. A. is to provide intelligence on foreign militaries and D. I. A. is not involved in any way in domestic intelligence matters JJ green WTOP news.

"james cutler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"james cutler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Procedure and James Cutler with me from the BBC world service how many people are affected by the corona virus in the United States we'll talk to a doctor who believes the real figure is far higher than the official number we got to Algeria to look at how the pandemic is affecting political life in the protests that and we'll update you on the civil war in Yemen these are the stories lined up for your Newsday after this news update BBC news with Neal newness of the Japanese prime minister Shinzo Albay says postponing the summer Olympics in Tokyo because of corona virus may become inevitable Mr Ambani told parliament today he might have to be considered if safety could not be guaranteed world athletics as well as the Canadian and Australian Olympic committees of said the games cannot scroll ahead to injure the height the authorities in South Korea have reported the lowest number of new daily coronavirus cases since infection rates peaked four weeks ago fueling hope Asia's west don't break outside China may be easing up sixty four new cases of covert nineteen have been confirmed in the last twenty four hours taking the total number of infected patients in the country to nearly nine thousand one hundred and eleven people have died the concern to Democrats in the U. S. Senate have been trying to agree on a huge coronavirus stimulus bill the Republican Majority Leader of the Senate Mitch McConnell has said that unless a deal is reached with Democrats later on Monday he will force a vote on the matter president trump announced further aid meanwhile to track of the corona virus in the hot spot states of New York California and Washington there are now more than thirty one thousand confirmed cases nationwide with three hundred and ninety deaths two leading international financial market places are shifting to entirely electronic trading on Monday in response to the corona virus outbreak the new York stock exchange and the London metal exchange are temporarily suspending their trading flows to reduce the risk of contagion the state news agency in Syria has reported that the country's first confirmed case of coronavirus Syria's health minister said necessary measures have been taken regarding the infected patients years of civil war have left Syria's hospitals especially ill prepared to deal with corona virus thank you hello welcome to Newsday from the BBC world service and advocacy John and James Carville and coming up this off all the corn of viruses of the widespread effects in Algeria including on the protest movement I will hear how South America is preparing for the fundamental aspect of health expert of all precautions you should take if you're heading to a shop having food delivered and as fighting so just again in Yemen we'll hear from the foreign minister of one of the functions we start in the United States and.

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"james cutler" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"james cutler" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The entire system of government that's not happening I can tell you that Ronald nicknames for the front runners in the race for the democratic presidential nomination Israeli coming just days before the Iowa caucuses the World Health Organization has declared a global health emergency because of the coronavirus outbreak in China nearly twenty other nations from Paris NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports that a French doctor who treated a Chinese patient is now infected the French director of health confirms that the doctor was infected with the corona virus after treating a patient whose case was confirmed once he returned to Asia French director of healthy Gerome Salamone said that thanks to being alerted by Chinese authorities France was able to quickly isolate the doctor Saddam all said communications between Chinese and French health authorities are excellent and there's an international coordination in place to quickly signal new cases of the virus he said under a protocol known as contact tracing countries call each other to signal new cases however recently traveled which enables us authorities in those countries to track down people with whom the infected may have come into contact Eleanor Beardsley NPR news Paris this is NPR news house Democrats of past three measures to limit president trump's war powers lawmakers voted to repeal the two thousand two law that authorized military action against Iraq another proposal would blocks from from taking military action against Iraq without first obtaining congressional approval the third measure would prevent the use of federal tax money to take on all the rides military action the vote comes weeks after the house approved a non binding resolution that requires congressional approval for any further military action against Iran the head of Harvard's chemistry department who starred with lying about his ties to China is ordered to pay a million dollars in bail but he has until next Thursday from member station WGBH Kirk has a reports that the suspect was arrested earlier in the week internationally acclaimed scientist Charles Lieber appeared in court wearing handcuffs and an orange jumpsuit prosecutors say he took more than one million dollars in funding from the Chinese government work with an organization suspected of espionage and allegedly hid that income from Harvard and federal officials a judge restricted Lieber from traveling outside Massachusetts in ordered him to have no contact with anyone in the Chinese government and three Chinese universities Harvard has put lever on paid administrative leave and agreed to cooperate with investigators Lieber has yet to enter a plea for NPR news I'm Kerr Kerr pens I in Boston on Wall Street stocks closed modestly higher the Dow gaining a hundred and twenty four points Asian shares are mixed at this hour lower in Shanghai and in Hong Kong I'm she Stevens NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the artist foundation dedicated to the idea that people can live in harmony with one another and the natural world learn more about our case and its partners at Argus foundation dot org and the listeners who support this NPR station judge by computer yeah thank you very much indeed for that welcome to Newsday Connie shop and James Cutler with heat in the program today everything you need to know about he stays in the impeachment trial of president trump and brexit which is finally happening with a speech on a straight and worries that he'll have to go into quarantine once he returns from China and will go to NY is yet to speak to a senior U. N. official they're they're worried about the effect Islamist militancy is having on education remember you can text us on anything you hear the number is plus four four seven seven eight six twenty fifty eighty five Democrats in the United States have suffered a big setback in that paid to secure the.

"james cutler" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"james cutler" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Welcome to Newsday from the BBC world service equipment ID and James Cutler we'll hear about a concerted effort to fight drugs in several African countries can't devices like the Fitbit now tell us if we're getting sick we'll hear about a backlash against LGBT people in the in the knees in the village you can you will have a full sports but it had nothing to sneeze BBC news with strip Macintosh Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Herman I II is to personally lead Friday prayers in Tehran they to for the first time in eight years it comes amid public anger over the accidental shooting down of the Ukrainian airline a by Iran's ministry last week Iran's leaders are also under pressure because of a sharp downturn in the economy proton by US sanctions the Chinese economy grew by six point one percent in twenty nineteen its slowest pace in almost thirty years the country has faced weak domestic demand and the impact of the trade war with the United States but growth remained within a target range set by Beijing Thailand has detected a second case of the new pneumonia like virus that's emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan both patients a Chinese tourists only other Chinese authorities said that a second person in Wuhan had died from the virus having fallen ill last month the US military has said that at least eleven American soldiers were hurt in an Iranian missile strike on an Iraqi base nine days ago previously had to denied that there were any casualties about ten two thousand central American migrants trying to reach the United States of cross the Honduran border into Guatemala several hundred was stopped for failing to produce identification the US is put huge pressure on Guatemala and Mexico to hold the flow of migrants the Mexican authorities say that soldiers have killed eleven gunmen who ambushed them in Tamaulipas state close to the US border the area is a known drug smuggling side with several cartels operate the global studies found that sepsis kills around eleven million people around the world every year making it a bigger killer than cancer sepsis is potentially life threatening calls by the body's response to an infection BBC news for hello and welcome to Newsday its chance couple at a party with you in this half hour how new technology the every day so it could help us keep healthy a backlash against LGBT people in the Indonesian in a Indonesian village I'm all Hey why Ugandans are up in arms the potholes estimated a hundred thousand people in Africa.

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"james cutler" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"james cutler" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Thank you very much indeed for that everybody welcome to Newsday Connie shop and James Cutler with yes hello in the program today will go to sit down Afghanistan and Iraq Matthew canyon has all the latest sports news and we'll find out why spending money to get nothing could be a real winner remember you can text us or send a what's that message if you want to interact with anything you hear the number is possible for seven seven eight six twenty fifty eighty five we start in Sudan for decades Ahmad Bashir ruled the country through his National Congress party hand through restrictive laws like the public order act under that little women will often float for the clothes they wore for example for wearing trousers in public now both the and see pay and the public will have been to sold it's a strong signal from the civilian cabinets which came in off to the protests which overthrew Mr Basha earlier this year we can speak now to how to add Caribous rights activists whose head of the C. her network and joins us from the Sudanese capital Khartoum festival what's your reaction to this decision well you know we're really delighted and happy and that you know about the peeling off Saddam but because the law I think it's out mass if you step and it's very very critical and important step however you know are also very very concerned with the fact that student criminal act he still in place Sudanese public order the GM was mostly active on all that student criminal act which has included all include all the ambiguity and they head towards women and and you know on and all that was so good he sticks articles so we're happy that the public or did you miss being repealed and dismantled hopefully but to our own story because the public order the gene is merrily on arm for a very discriminatory you go straight more so more still to be done I'm as you put to it I am just describe for us if you could listeners around the world how the public order act was used to repress women well order low was used or the public order act was constructed in order to implement agenda and ideology also in the system he's possibly gene which is basically based in Tehran discriminations the police in all had the started the absolute authority to Han literally harm to women in public girl it's because of their dress called because of how they walk because of how they interact however mostly poor women and women that the British charities and women from conflicts soon who really soft heart you know from from the public order low because basically the public order police say has always turned to to enter into their home you know to profile damn tool slogans them to generate so it was an absolute there are you know where the public order police they have limited authority I'm particularly focusing on women for people I know and and people from conflicts and that sort of arbitrary nature was very much part of it wasn't it you can go to a posh cafe in Khartoum and see recipe went off women wearing trousers I had no problems and yet poor women as you say also and paid the price for this pet felt the brunt of this I'm when I was in costume lost week lots of people were saying look things a more open now we can do things more free Lee how's that freedom extended beyond the rich to poor a more marginalized people in Sudan unfortunately no I mean that and the sheer all monk the pool but people who are living across existed in this country to lead into better try this and you know and you know different sites with costume is still going on and and unfortunately that is another aspects of Cybill pick or don't know what she's extortion money from the poor through the different localities arms to the women the street vendors women and corporal or books and so on you know there was subject to massive extortions operations by the public order police and and this is still happening I do that also the fact that you know all the pretty traditional costume is highly militarized so so it's still the terror is happening yeah hello veteran women's rights activist speaking to us live from hot to him that the prime minister Abdullah from Duke commented on Twitter that he sent a tribute to the pride of the women young women young people of my country who enjoyed the horrors of enforcing these rules now US president Donald Trump said.

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"james cutler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"james cutler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Want to make a deal so I want to thank you and I want to thank the Afghan soldiers were really spoken to a lot of you today you say they're really fighting hard I was very impressed with that actually so I want to thank you Mr trump also said Washington was substantially reducing troop numbers in the country although he did not provide a specific numbers research suggests that nearly a quarter of young people are so dependent on their smart phones that it becomes like an addiction the study by king's college London says that people become a panicky or upset if tonight constant access is also one such addictions have serious consequences for mental health John Cochran reports the report based on forty one studies and forty two thousand young people highlighted concerns about how addictive behavior the consequences for mental health the researchers said twenty three percent of young people had a problematic level of phonies but they said that mobile phones were here to stay and they needed to be greater public awareness about the problems facing those who found it impossible to switch off three men have been jailed in Australia for plotting a large scale terror attack in Melbourne the man inspired by the Islamic state group heading to use machetes and explosives to maximize casualties during the Christmas period in twenty sixteen at the same time the government described it as one of the most substantial terror threats to Australia in recent years the man all aged in their twenties were convicted last year after admitting to that crimes under the shower Annie and Ahmed Muhammad was sentenced to thirty eight years in jail while hums and bass was given at twenty two years you're listening to the latest world news from the BBC in London the European Council has a new president from today when the former prime minister of Belgium shall Michelle takes over from Donald tusk Mr Michelle's time is likely to see a change in time as Kevin Connolly reports but the president of the European Council acts as a kind of convenor for the heads of state and government forging consensus when difficult decisions loom Donald tusk is also used the post as a pulpit from which to rail against breaks it in roughly equal amounts of sorrow and anger he once said that be a special place in hell for breaks it is working properly planned for breaks it and always seem to hope it might be reversed the former Belgian prime minister Shaul Michelle is like to take the most trying when approach like the French president Emmanuel not call to him he's close they won't brings it down to ease disruption they intend to defend the E. U.'s interests vigorously in any negotiations two weeks before the British general election a row has broken I was between the governing Conservative Party and the television network channel four after it held a party leaders debate on climate change without any conservative representation the party leader Boris Johnson had earlier said he would not take part and instead sent a cabinet minister him channel refused to seat New Zealand rugby club of the kinds of re cristatus has changed its logo of a sword carrying night after the fatal shooting it's two mosques any of this year the club's logo has been associated with wars between Muslims and Christians in the Middle Ages the former Japanese prime minister yes a hero naked Sunday has died at the age of one hundred and one he led the country for much of the nineteen eighties and was named his close relationship with the then US president Ronald Reagan as a Liberal Party leader he pushed through the privatizing of several states and companies and improve relations with the former Soviet Union and China he also revitalize pride in Japanese nationalism BBC news thank you very much indeed for that everybody welcome to Newsday com shop and James Cutler with yes hello in the program today will go to sit down Afghanistan and Iraq Matthew canyon has all the latest sports news and we'll find out why spending money to get nothing could be a real winner remember you can text us or send a what's that message if you want to interact with anything you hear the number it's possible for seven seven eight six twenty fifty eighty five we found in Sudan for decades.

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"james cutler" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"james cutler" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The expected. The rockets are taken all the way to the border with a stand to be destroyed in a controlled explosion. It's over. And the where the Russians had meant it in a big explosion. Only atrophy reporting from the Afghan village because bad. Denise day from the BBC World Service with shaima halio in London and James Cutler in a Buddha. The European manufacturer Airbus announced his to scrap production of the a three hundred eighty superjumbo aircraft abandoned its dream of dominating the skies off two years of lackluster sales, Dan, President Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort his expected to face a tougher prison sentence for fraud after judge who hit breached a plea agreement by lying to investigators. Time for some sports news. I think hi good morning changes super performance from Tottenham Hotspur in the European Champions League last night, put them within touching distance of a place in the last eight they beat Borussia Dortmund three nil at twenty two late goals from yawn Vitton and Fernando year. Anti adding to Sean Joe Mench early second half opener to make emphatic victory. Harry winks told the BBC afterwards. It was vital to take delete much-needed goes just put them on the back foot. It was a they connect taught first off the team to come out and score was was Massey frozen. But if I'm wanted history for I actually show that opening goal against Real Madrid ruled out because of VA in Amsterdam that's the first time that's happened in this European Champions League competition, they feel they missed a chance. I XE rows sneak too late winner to take it back to the Spanish capital with a two one advantage frustrating for the coach Eric turn half. Normally you don't create so many chances against. Adopting madrid? And we did. You have to be more ruthless and can day create moguls tonight senior political talk about that tomorrow morning James is in approaching this morning, and they talking about football in Nigeria as always, of course, in new righteous of Nigeria and ceus faction tied at the top of their role in the confederation Cup Africa's second-string club competition after running one old role in Tunisia on Wednesday. Ranges have kept up the end the unbeaten record in the competition. Through the preliminary round on the start of the group phase, Meanwhile, Nigeria's under twenty men's team we'll have to overcome the disappointment of a penalty shootout defeat Tamale in the semi final of the African under twenty tournament in.

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