17 Burst results for "James Kopp"

"james kopp" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Assimilating this is what is happening we don't need food we don't need shelter we feel we don't need each other greed is occupied that drive to survive that's part of all of us talking about the concern of free speech in uh we we can come so preoccupied with meeting you know what we perceive as meeting our needs would not focusing on our rights that are of the position of being undermine also comparing all muslims the crazy terrorist is like comparing all the christians to james kopp remember on the eighth day man created religion uh radi that's a pretty interesting perspective let's talk about s global warming and an intriguing article in breitbart which makes reference to scientific american nsa penned by john horrigan the director of the center for science ratings at the stevens institute of technology he's analyzed to recent reports by eko modernise who reject climate panic and frame the question of climate change and you managed ability to cope with in radically new terms and basically here's the bottom line apocalyptic scenarios attributed to global warming or simply false and the human race will be able to accommodate whatever climate change the rose addis that's the theme that is the theme been this particular sa one of the reports are work called enlightened environmentalism by stephen pinker urges people to regain some muchneeded perspective on climate especially in the context of the overwhelming material benefits of industrialization yet make no mistake about it the folks who were pushing this garbage they are enemies of industrialization they would like to turn back the clock in some ways poohpoohing the mainstream environmental movement and about the radicalism and fatalism it encourages peaker argues that humanity can solve problems related to climate change the way that it solved many other problems by harnessing the benevolent forces the forces of maternity isn't this interesting think about this for a moment isn't the message of progressivism that we can solve every problem the third solutions and yet in this area what do you hear what do you hear of the progressives gloom and doom it's the end of the world the planet's got a flood you know we go going to read to some ice age or we're going to burn up it's all nightmare scenarios where he is and i don't believe this where is the confidence in human beings.

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"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Would write the new shuttle difference between our two countries the more or less than australia a friends and neighbors are sydney corresponded phil mercer told james kopp know more about the agreement this deal finally sets out each nation's entitlement and ownership of the rich oil and gas reserves that lie beneath the team more see this is a in between australia and east team all this agreement also includes word about the greater sunrise base in its estimated to hold many billions of dollars worth of gas reserves but there is no agreement however on how to develop that gas field and negotiations continues i could imagine for a small country like east team or a deal like this could be hugely significant it is east timor is one of the world's poorest countries it's home to about one point two million people since independence east team will really has struggled to rebuild its infrastructure and many of its young people into work and quite clearly and agreements of this type could have a transformative impact on the economy that certainly the view of the australian foreign minister julie bishop and she also said that the deal should ensure that he's team or reaps the economic and social benefits for generations to come and the australians happy as well i think australia will have economic as well as political gains it ends a destabilizing period with one of its nearest neighbours so now those fraught times should come to an end experts believe that australia is now more consistent of its criticism of china in its territorial claims in the south china sea that has been a suggestion that australia has been hypocritical in exactions against these team oil and now australia can look at that dispute in the south china sea knowing that too according to many experts here it's finally done the right thing as regards its relationship with east.

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"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Would write the new shuttle difference between our two countries the more or less than australia a friends and neighbors are sydney corresponded phil mercer told james kopp know more about the agreement this deal finally sets out each nation's entitlement and ownership of the rich oil and gas reserves that lie beneath the team more see this is a in between australia and east team all this agreement also includes word about the greater sunrise base in its estimated to hold many billions of dollars worth of gas reserves but there is no agreement however on how to develop that gas field and negotiations continues i could imagine for a small country like east team or a deal like this could be hugely significant it is east timor is one of the world's poorest countries it's home to about one point two million people since independence east team will really has struggled to rebuild its infrastructure and many of its young people into work and quite clearly and agreements of this type could have a transformative impact on the economy that certainly the view of the australian foreign minister julie bishop and she also said that the deal should ensure that he's team or reaps the economic and social benefits for generations to come and the australians happy as well i think australia will have economic as well as political gains it ends a destabilizing period with one of its nearest neighbours so now those fraught times should come to an end experts believe that australia is now more consistent of its criticism of china in its territorial claims in the south china sea that has been a suggestion that australia has been hypocritical in exactions against these team oil and now australia can look at that dispute in the south china sea knowing that too according to many experts here it's finally done the right thing as regards its relationship with east.

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"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc complete range of programmes to bbcworldservicecom forward slash podcast welcome to the latest global news compiled in the early hours in the morning on monday the 26th of february i'm nick miles with the selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up fighting continues in syria despite the un demand for a ceasefire every time they say this by our okay then proud of the bombay aimed at ground that dr the jailing the air i the natural brussels says macedonia is inching closer to being granted membership of the eu a mountain near leaves his teammates and goes it alone to try for the first ascent of k two in winter they not impressed a good beginning or order british rock now probably a bitter anger maybe a record two point ma'am now rerecord report grant her her he can create legal goldberger and we bid farewell to a bollywood legend true daddy thirdly son daughter in this debate word it will make you feel so good but first the authorities in nigeria say they're deploying additional resources in the search for more than one hundred schoolgirls abducted in the northeast of the country president muhammadu buhari has described the kidnapping as a national disaster i asked the bbc's james kopp what the authorities say they're going to be doing were the major thing i think is that that pushing more air assets as they call them into the area this is the nigerian airforce certainly helicopters among them other assets to so the idea is that going to step up the searches for the girls and for the boko haram faction that they believe has taken them that tokyo about day and night searches they admit that they'd be looking already a nydia weaken haven't been able to locate the the girls who had taken and they're saying it's not just air operations that ground searches as well and perhaps interestingly also they're talking about giving hotlines numbers which members of the pub.

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"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc complete range of programmes to bbcworldservicecom forward slash podcast welcome to the latest global news compiled in the early hours in the morning on monday the 26th of february i'm nick miles with the selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up fighting continues in syria despite the un demand for a ceasefire every time they say this by our okay then proud of the bombay aimed at ground that dr the jailing the air i the natural brussels says macedonia is inching closer to being granted membership of the eu a mountain near leaves his teammates and goes it alone to try for the first ascent of k two in winter they not impressed a good beginning or order british rock now probably a bitter anger maybe a record two point ma'am now rerecord report grant her her he can create legal goldberger and we bid farewell to a bollywood legend true daddy thirdly son daughter in this debate word it will make you feel so good but first the authorities in nigeria say they're deploying additional resources in the search for more than one hundred schoolgirls abducted in the northeast of the country president muhammadu buhari has described the kidnapping as a national disaster i asked the bbc's james kopp what the authorities say they're going to be doing were the major thing i think is that that pushing more air assets as they call them into the area this is the nigerian airforce certainly helicopters among them other assets to so the idea is that going to step up the searches for the girls and for the boko haram faction that they believe has taken them that tokyo about day and night searches they admit that they'd be looking already a nydia weaken haven't been able to locate the the girls who had taken and they're saying it's not just air operations that ground searches as well and perhaps interestingly also they're talking about giving hotlines numbers which members of the pub.

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"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc complete range of programmes bbcworldservicecom but would slash podcast welcome to the latest global news compiled in the early hours of the morning on thursday the eighteen th of january i'm james kopp no with a selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up north and south korea under a unified flag at the winter olympics in a bid to improve relations the south's foreign minister approves were very confident that we can manage this that is a positive for the games for a south korea for the international community youtube tightens up its rules after a series of controversies over offensive content police in guinea arrest a woman who falsely claimed she can make women pregnant after having taken the medicine for some time our stomachs began to get a bit speaker shake sam mendes by just touching our bailey's i should declare thus pregnant event washington vows to remain engaged in syria to tackle the islamic state group and visit mexico say they've found the longest underwater cave in the world but first given the rising tensions on the korean peninsula in recent months it seemed unthinkable that the north and the south would be able to form a united front on well anything but now the two countries have agreed to cooperate at the winter olympics which the south is hosting next month the news was emerging as we recorded a previous podcast but now we can give you more details on what the two koreas have proposed michael bristow is asia pacific editor the women's ice hockey team will be combined team the two teams at the opening ceremony in the closing ceremony will they'll march under a unified korean flag is also going to be another couple of events a coach lavigne and the ski is going to take pine a joint training exercise so not an awful lot is going to be a lot of separate event and book enough to make.

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"james kopp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The country's markets new research has found that women are three times more likely to die than men in the year after having a heart attack the study was carried out by british and swedish scientists used kichi silver the new research suggests women may not be getting the care they need the team analyze the outcomes of more than one hundred eighty thousand patients they found women were up to three times more likely to die than males in the year after having a heart attack and they will less likely to receive the recommended treatments such as bypass surgery or staff athens when women did receive all the recommended treatments the gap in mortality between the sexes decreased dramatically you're listening to the world news from the bbc protests in sudan over a sharp increase in the price of bread following the removal of government subsidies have spread to the capital khartoum police used tear gas against protestors who threw stones burned tires and blocked roads and westar for a student demonstrator was killed here's the bbc's james kopp now the sudanese government has for many many years now not allowed any form of protest at cracks down very hard or any signs of dissent essentially the government will not let people express their grievances and so if there was a less rigid security state in place there will be more people on the streets to protest about this dwindling economic situation much of which is down to the independence south sudan back in two thousand eleven we went with so much of the oil a math been a big economic blow which the government hasn't managed to recover from rescuers in syria are searching through rubble in the rebelheld city of eight lab after a big explosion killed at least twenty three people many others were injured it's not clear whether the blast on sunday was caused by a missile or a car bomb it live province is one of the last year is held by forces opposed to the government of president by shara us out a number of bbc journalists have expressed support for the corporation's china editor carry gracie who has resigned from the post complaining of pay inequality with male colleagues the bbc's chief international correspondent lease to set was among those describing her as brave in an open letter ms gracie accused the corporation of having a.

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"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"That she urged the population of argentina to defend not only her but democracy i think the government has a big majority has a significant majority could get the votes of that they need but will be difficult are america's editor leonardo russia the wife of a prominent writer from cameroon says he was arrested as he tried to board a flight out of the country the incident appears to be linked to the crisis in cameroon's englishspeaking regions patrice gang has strongly criticised the government's response to that africa editor james kopp no reports patreon gang is a usbased academic who is also at awardwinning novelist on a return trip to his native cameroon he travelled around the anglophone regions of the country for years people there have complained the vast second class citizens compared to the frenchspeaking majority in cameroon things of heated up recently over the last few months antigovernment protests and a crackdown by the security forces have pushed many englishspeaking cameroonians to demand independence the thing an anglo to very strong article about all this with some particularly tough words reserved for the security forces then his family says he headed to the airport to fly home but never arrived his wife neishabour curry takes up the tail we voicedover her answer because of the poor quality of the line i talk and act on got from the aglet concerned and found out from the a9 that he had actually neither boarded the flight i understand now that he was apprehended at the airport and being held at the central police station delilah.

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"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"That she urged the population of argentina to defend not only her but democracy i think the government has a big majority has a significant majority could get the votes of that they need but will be difficult are america's editor leonardo russia the wife of a prominent writer from cameroon says he was arrested as he tried to board a flight out of the country the incident appears to be linked to the crisis in cameroon's englishspeaking regions patrice gang has strongly criticised the government's response to that africa editor james kopp no reports patreon gang is a usbased academic who is also at awardwinning novelist on a return trip to his native cameroon he travelled around the anglophone regions of the country for years people there have complained the vast second class citizens compared to the frenchspeaking majority in cameroon things of heated up recently over the last few months antigovernment protests and a crackdown by the security forces have pushed many englishspeaking cameroonians to demand independence the thing an anglo to very strong article about all this with some particularly tough words reserved for the security forces then his family says he headed to the airport to fly home but never arrived his wife neishabour curry takes up the tail we voicedover her answer because of the poor quality of the line i talk and act on got from the aglet concerned and found out from the a9 that he had actually neither boarded the flight i understand now that he was apprehended at the airport and being held at the central police station delilah.

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"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"East plan for israel and the palestinians that mr trump claims he wants to achieve that clearly is great to be set back we don't really know quite where that plan had got to anyway i think most fundamental set of problems in the one of the biggest questions in my mind as to why he would do this now is that it comes at a time of a weakening american leadership in the region that's going to get even worse and of course at a time when israel the saudis and other gulf states a quite close on the problem of iran so why should the white house what to do something to upset ties in the region at the moment it's really throwing over the whole applecart turn of the mark has their the bbc's diplomatic correspondent now if i were to ask you are the worst crisis of conflicts displacement in the world is that people forced to flee their homes he might be forgiven for saying syria but it is in fact the democratic republic of congo that's according to a new report it's been issued jointly by the internal displacement monitoring centre and a major aid organisation the norwegian refugee council i style africa edits james kopp nhl about the studies key findings in the first half of this year almost a million congolese were forced from their homes largely through conflict and then as she is higher than the comparible number from syria now you could possibly argue that the violence the fighting in syria has been worse than it has been in parts of them had a republic of congo i suspect aid agencies and others would say that the mere fact of having to leave your home is pretty dramatic whatever the circumstances and they want to call attention to the fact that this is happening on such a large scale in the drc and why does it not get as much coverage as other areas where people in as i mentioned syria where people a forced ounce of their homeland white what why don't we had that much about it partly i think it's it's just the nature of news people look for what is new and so syria in the last few years has been in the headlines that conflicts and problems in the democratic republic of congo been coming on an offer for decades now really.

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"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"East plan for israel and the palestinians that mr trump claims he wants to achieve that clearly is great to be set back we don't really know quite where that plan had got to anyway i think most fundamental set of problems in the one of the biggest questions in my mind as to why he would do this now is that it comes at a time of a weakening american leadership in the region that's going to get even worse and of course at a time when israel the saudis and other gulf states a quite close on the problem of iran so why should the white house what to do something to upset ties in the region at the moment it's really throwing over the whole applecart turn of the mark has their the bbc's diplomatic correspondent now if i were to ask you are the worst crisis of conflicts displacement in the world is that people forced to flee their homes he might be forgiven for saying syria but it is in fact the democratic republic of congo that's according to a new report it's been issued jointly by the internal displacement monitoring centre and a major aid organisation the norwegian refugee council i style africa edits james kopp nhl about the studies key findings in the first half of this year almost a million congolese were forced from their homes largely through conflict and then as she is higher than the comparible number from syria now you could possibly argue that the violence the fighting in syria has been worse than it has been in parts of them had a republic of congo i suspect aid agencies and others would say that the mere fact of having to leave your home is pretty dramatic whatever the circumstances and they want to call attention to the fact that this is happening on such a large scale in the drc and why does it not get as much coverage as other areas where people in as i mentioned syria where people a forced ounce of their homeland white what why don't we had that much about it partly i think it's it's just the nature of news people look for what is new and so syria in the last few years has been in the headlines that conflicts and problems in the democratic republic of congo been coming on an offer for decades now really.

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"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"And following eight twenty one gun salutes the country's airforce performed a flypast the comedian me a t was filled with excitements she said it was a special moment for some bubbly to our new president we are very happy channel geno thank you so much but despite the celebrations the country's problems remain the key she for the president and zimbabweans nationwide as the country's economy the government abandoned its currency in two thousand nine after inflation skyrocketed to just under eighty billion percent and today unemployment stands at around ninety percent while in an impassioned at wide ranging speech the new seventyfiveyearold lead a promise to crack down on corruption and also promised to focus on the agricultural sector and rebuild the economy rural be predicated or no agricultural weren't remains an and order creating conditions for investment economic recovery that owns a premium or log jaw law greer's while africa edited james kopp no listen to the speech i asked him for more on its key points i think he set out to hit all the right notes in terms of talking about rick conciliation in terms of talking about the economy tez it took him about building is in bob way for all the walls of very big focus on the economy whether it was talking about land reform that controversial land repossession program from the early 2000s in which many white farmers lost their lands he said look we not going to go back when okla change it but we will provide compensation to the old farmers and we want the new farmers to be more productive he took to bat attracting more foreign direct investment foreign companies have been nervous about coming into zimbabwe for some time now i talked about ending corruption as we hearing a little bit earlier acknowledging really the errors of the current government but he also had some nice things to say about his predescessor roh mugabe his role above voting creating zimbabwe's liberation struggle and so on so i think he was a speech very much designed to reassure people both inside and outside the country about the direction he wants to push him bob way will as he set himself these are just words none of this matters it.

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"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"We don't depend on tax gimmicks however the papers show that went on and shut that loophole in 2015 apple when looking for another one a questionnaire was sent to the offices of the offshore legal firm appleby in seven tax havens all british there were fourteen questions including asking whether apple subsidiaries could conduct management activities in that jurisdiction without being subject to taxation it also asked how likely it walls that each jurisdiction would see a change of government resulting in a less tax from the regime apple plumped for jersey and since then their public accounts show is been no discernible increase in the rate of tax paid worldwide apple is not the only company sheltering money from high american corporate taxes of up to thirty five percent us companies alone are estimated to have over two trillion dollars in overseas profits stashed offshore three clear apple is doing nothing illegal and it points out it pays more in total tax than any other company in the world but hundreds of billions of pounds still remain in a web of low tax jurisdictions seemingly beyond the reach of any government as these documents show it's a system that seems able to evolve and remain resistant to international attempts at reform simon jack the latest revelation in the paradise papers also involves the democratic republic of congo and a billionaire businessman with links to the government banned bland spoke to africa editor james kopp no and asked him who is this businessman.

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"james kopp" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

93.3 WMMR

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

"Hey cdc on ninety three three w i had the more evidence iraq seven sixteen among day presence they've show and we are excited heavy on barbour excited to have our next guest in the studios will get to in just a moment but also excited to give you information about an event that we have coming up it is coming along with the bazaar foul so we'll get to that close to eight o'clock all it also or ass impact in the studios where the esteve we have our friends from madda guys it's getting close thanksgiving ally in the sky the i love that they always breaks of could snuff her us all get your those details in a little bit but let's take a look at traffic and find out what we got going on so far this morning kathy what are you have felt we've got an accident on the boulevard northbound is now jan from with a hick into ninth i the tractor trailer accident n diesel fuel still on the roadway causing this lady outer drive is closed any inner drive we have two right lanes that are now closed that's on the boulevard northbound between with a hick in a ninth threeday expect those delays also on the schuylkill expressway eastbound that's damn the blue route two gladwin an accident off to the right shoulder and then from the boulevard in the spring garden westbound slowing now uh from the the uh from the boulevard out to gladwin and then the blue route two gulf nels the vine eastbound james east of broad street eighth traffic exiting at eight street must go south on it eight street because of an accident on local vine street 95 southbound james kopp men to gerard and then on the blue route we have volume building southbound from norristown to the schuylkill rwandan media northbound from media to route one and then in new jersey i am princeton to six at providence line where we still have that accident there and there's a down poll involved traffic is being diverted around the scene 42 freeway northbound heavy one sixty eight 295 fifty five northbound jams deptford to the 42 freeway this traffic report brought to you by farmer's insurance mother nature can be temperamental luckily farmers insurance has been helping people.

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"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"I certainly securities a lot tighter it is striking that this attack happened on the avenue combing chroma which is not right through the heart of ouagadougou with lots of restaurants and nightclubs and so on and significantly of course the places that were attacked a hotel in the russell nor attack last year so it's obviously a prime target is representing at the very heart of the capital ouagadougou i think the truth is as can be seen from many places around the world if a determined group of attackers wanted to carry out an assault on a place it it's very hard to stop them and of these this is likely to be the same suspects who would have attacks places in mali in ivory coast the same sort of groups yeah this a sort of alqaedalinked supergroup now which several groups of a joined up two i'm so early suspicion might well fall on them uh some early reporting suggesting that the attack as may have been foreigners not from burkina fasso that rob mcanuff i faisal became a big a g had this to the authorities are concerned about so it is too early to say but the authorities clearly pointing the finger of blame towards islamists james kopp no the south korean president moon jaein as urged the us and north korea to end the current standoff peacefully addressing his senior advisers at a weekly meeting mr moon coldham north korea to halt oh threatening actions song we urge north korea to stop worsening the situation immediately stop provocations and threatening behaviour is the must be no war on the korean peninsula.

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"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Despicable and cowardly that is how the president of burkina fasso has described an attack in the capital ouagadougou at least eighteen people were killed when two gunmen opened fire on a turkish restaurant in the heart of the city this man lives nearby solder wash multiple trucks or a jeep driving through my street coming from the science with gendamerie so like the local army slush police officers in it with a gay forty seven deploying in front of my house and starting to run forward and then i heard a lot of shootings and then i was scared as hell it was a similar attack a couple of hundred made his way in january last year i asta afghan james kopp no for more details on this latest assault well several witnesses talk of attack is turning up on motorbikes and then opening fire on this as these istanbul restaurant gunfire lasted several hours throughout the night the president is saying that this was a terrorist attack equalled the attack is despicable and cowardly and oversee investigations of being opened of security operation still continuing to attack his assets were being killed iit wasn't clear from the early reporting in in the confusion of the attack of course how many attackers they're worse of not clear of all the attack is being killed or psalmist allow the took a couple of hours but the security forces where able to bring it to an end eventually but should they have tightened security following that attack in 2016 i think security probably has been tightened quite a lot suddenly had the big set piece of vent of the king of us hosted early this year fespaco which is the panafrican film festival a security was extremely tight they're saddam people outside cinemas which certainly wasn't the case a few years ago before this wave of attacks.

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"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"james kopp" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"And wall sorts of help is there for people who've been victims in this way will the short answer is not enough you gander soninlaw to help refugees coming into his country but some refugees emptied on have enough food and the aid agencies and so on repealing for more help so you can imagine the situation for medical provision is a lot worse there's also an issue even of medical staff will people meant look off to the wellbeing of refugees not taking a soaps or men serously even they can be humiliated in some cases so that has been a call by the people would do the research for better training for the people who providing help to the refugees and who aren't the perpetrators and what is being done to tackle this problem while in some cases it's a husband's ex husband's of some of the women for example but the overwhelming majority of the cases relate to the civil war in south sudan and the biggest group of people accused of government soldiers and the government has denied in the past that ariza rape problem in south sudan ice says that there are any cases that turn up soldiers will be prosecuted have been a couple of highprofile trials in south sudan but overall the overwhelming impression is that rape happens in south sudan in almost complete impunity that's un is talked about it has been one the worst places in the world to be a women and we can see from this study that men are spared either on africa editor james kopp nhl.

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