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"james landale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"james landale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"China says the British government's decision to exclude the telecoms giant hallway from its five G mobile networks has severely undermined trust. And that it will take all necessary steps to protect its interests. Beijing said the band was about politics, not national security. During a discussion on relations with the European Union, the Chinese ambassador in Britain was asked about yesterday's decision. I think it's a first undermine trust each individual countries. Trust, mutual trance music, respect on yearly basis or our relationship not only between countries or even pictures interviews yesterday I treated, I said, Isn't this pointing in the wrong decision? No, I would even say is not only disappointing is a disheartening. The British band follows growing pressure from the United States, which placed new sanctions on hallway in May. Our diplomatic correspondent James Landale assesses China's reaction to yesterday's decision by the British government. British officials knew the decision to ban who are away from the UK is five g networks would produce a robust response from China. And ambassador knew did not disappoint. He said the UK had succumbs to pressure from what he called China bashes. The decision, he argued, was not taken independently. But because of American pressure. As a result, it would be difficult for Chinese companies to have the confidence to increase their investment in the U. K. The question now is how whether China will match this rhetoric with any substantive retaliation.

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UK ban on Huawei 'seriously damages' trust with China, country's ambassador says

BBC Newshour

01:36 min | 9 months ago

UK ban on Huawei 'seriously damages' trust with China, country's ambassador says

"China says the British government's decision to exclude the telecoms giant hallway from its five G mobile networks has severely undermined trust. And that it will take all necessary steps to protect its interests. Beijing said the band was about politics, not national security. During a discussion on relations with the European Union, the Chinese ambassador in Britain was asked about yesterday's decision. I think it's a first undermine trust each individual countries. Trust, mutual trance music, respect on yearly basis or our relationship not only between countries or even pictures interviews yesterday I treated, I said, Isn't this pointing in the wrong decision? No, I would even say is not only disappointing is a disheartening. The British band follows growing pressure from the United States, which placed new sanctions on hallway in May. Our diplomatic correspondent James Landale assesses China's reaction to yesterday's decision by the British government. British officials knew the decision to ban who are away from the UK is five g networks would produce a robust response from China. And ambassador knew did not disappoint. He said the UK had succumbs to pressure from what he called China bashes. The decision, he argued, was not taken independently. But because of American pressure. As a result, it would be difficult for Chinese companies to have the confidence to increase their investment in the U. K. The question now is how whether China will match this rhetoric with any substantive retaliation.

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"james landale" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"james landale" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"House street for heat is are back at ruby Tuesday stop in for for its got fresh grilled veggie shrimp or chicken fajitas for only seven ninety nine authentic flavors that turn a meal into a fiesta only for a limited time only at ruby Tuesday David Struff Pelino WBZ traffic on the three is the amazing the warm weather continues today got some clouds and the most of our listening area at this hour but we will see something clouds later high of about sixty nine degrees with the break the record of sixty one which was set three years ago partly cloudy colder tonight thirty three back to work tomorrow sun clouds cooler high about forty we'll take that Tuesday cloudy forty five and then Wednesday cloudy mild fifty two on Wednesday sixty five degrees clouds in Boston this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop and good morning I'm trying to bridge run here are the five things you need to know at seven forty five one man killed another injured after a shooting in Boston last night police in fall river investigating a fatal stabbing in the parking lot of an apartment complex on bay street in Chelmsford police arresting a man for allegedly video taping a boy and a high school locker room as he was getting dressed and police in Framingham have identified the two victims of a shooting Friday night as a father and son go back now to our top story this morning Iran continues to face backlash following its admission that the country accidentally shot down a Ukrainian passenger jets several hundred Iranians gathering at universities to protest against the government demanding that those involved be removed from their positions BBC correspondent James Landale with the latest the question now is whether it runs you turn means international investigators will get full access to data from the black box and the crash site Boris Johnson said Iran's mission was an important first step but he and his Canadian and Swedish.

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"james landale" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"james landale" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"President explaining quote, I stopped. Not proportionate to shooting down an unmanned drone. The president also writing that sanctions, maybe his preferred method of retaliation writing that they are quote, biting, Massachusetts, Senator Ed Markey says calling off the strikes was the right outcome. But the United States is only in the situation with Iran, because the president and his war cabinet have no strategy for dealing with a real threats Tehran poses to American interests. Marquee, on Twitter says the strike would have been unconstitutional. Russia is accusing the US of deliberately pushing the situation to the brink of war. The BBC's James Landale has more on that. Iranian officials told the roaches news agency. The US used Omani into major tabun Tehran that a US attack was imminent, Russia's deputy foreign minister Sergei, rip cov accused the US deliberately stoking already dangerous tensions, and pushing the situation to the brink of war, Iran. Admits it shot down the drone the unmanned drone. But it said today, it could have, but refrained from shooting down a US plane with real people on board thirty five people on board. We'll continue following the story here on WBZ radio and your iheart radio app, a newly released transcript today reveals what X Trump aide hope Hicks said or didn't say behind closed doors on Capitol Hill. Here's Bill Rakoff on the hill Hicks refused to answer questions regarding her time in the Trump administration. In more than one hundred fifty times Wednesday with White House, lawyers present declaring objection, the interview frustrated Democrats who wanted to get more information about several episodes, that special counsel, Robert Muller reviewed for obstruction of Justice. But there was this moment at one point appearing to break with the president hick said, she would not accept dirt on a political opponent from a foreign government and would not advise someone on a campaign to do. So Bill Rakoff CBS news Washington to away. And let's say Hello and Good Friday afternoon to Tracy jonky over a Bloomberg business news. We had a new high on the SNP yesterday. What's going on today at times today? Laurie we've had to averages at record highs, the S and P just now turn a bit lower. But it was adding a little bit to its record yesterday. And the Dow again for a time was at a record is up thirty seven points now and short of a new high NASDAQ's down fifteen points. So they're Elizabeth. Warren has. A plan to do away with private prison companies and soon after the democratic presidential candidate said so in a tweet shares of two private prison. Operators started dropping geo group and core civic are still down around six percent..

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"james landale" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"james landale" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Evening of June, the third nineteen thousand nine I was in my dormitory in Peking university with other students. Someone called us from phonebox in a street near Kaneman square. He said troops had opened fire on the students. Also, the first social network on the internet. Not everyone was on the internet. Not everyone had Email, but there was a sense that this would be a place where you could start a business and do something meaningful, plus the overthrow of emperor, Bokassa in the and the surprisingly controversial early years of Sesame Street. It was banned for several months in Mississippi. Because it featured a little white girl, and they little black girl sharing an ice cream. I today's world news. I'm Stewart MacIntosh with the BBC news. Hello. The Sudanese security forces have moved against the mass protests outside the military headquarters in the capital, Khartoum, witnesses say there have been a number of deaths after live ammunition was used against the crowd. Tell me a letter. Po has the details. Soldiers have blocked roads in parts of her tomb to prevent demonstrators from assembling rapid gunfire has been head and smoke seen rising from the area around the army headquarters early on Monday. Activists report that some protesters have also been arrested those leading the uprising continue to call for more demonstrations. And the city is full of speculation about how security forces were respond. The protest groups insist they want to civilian government in place. But the transitional military council says there would be chaos if that happens under the current circumstances. President Trump arrived in Britain shortly for three day state, visit will be greeted by Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace. The Prime Minister Theresa May's said the visit is an opportunity to strengthen the special relationship between the two countries. This report by James Landale day, one of Donald Trump's state visits and the focus is on ceremony. The Queen.

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Iran announces partial withdrawal from 2015 nuclear deal

BBC Newshour

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Iran announces partial withdrawal from 2015 nuclear deal

"Iran and Russia have urged European signatures to the Iranian nuclear deal to take action to save it after Tehran's that it was partially suspending implementation of the agreement. The Iranian president Hassan Rubini has given the other signatories China, France Britain and Germany an ultimatum to implement their promises to help protect Iran's economy. James Landale has more president Ronnie said his country would scale back its commitments to the deal by keeping more of its surplus of enriched uranium and heavy water. He also warned countries still signed up to the deal that unless they did more to help Iran's banking and oil sectors than in sixty days. Iran would start enriching more uranium the Russian Foreign Minister Sergei level of city Ron was responding to what he called irresponsible. Behaviour by the US, France's defense minister floss Polly said she wanted the deal to stay alive, but admitted new sanctions would have to be considered if Iran does not respect. The

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"james landale" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"james landale" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good morning. It's six thirty and thirty four degrees. Sunshine in Boston. I'm Deb Lawler. And here's what's happening. We begin in London. After seven years. Hold up in a London Brownstone Julian Assange has carried out at the Ecuadorian embassy this morning got into a police truck and put under arrest. CBS news special report London police say they've arrested WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange video shows at least seven officers bringing him out of the Ecuadorian embassy where he's been living under asylum since twenty twelve to escape US prosecution for publishing classified documents, the BBC's James Landale decided that Mr. soldi is in breach of his asylum conditions because of his back tippety and behavior within the embassy here in London as a result they have withdrawal nut asylum. As a result, the police within invited in by Ecuadorans because of the Ecuadorian embassy is in soil once they were there, they presented Mr. souls with a warrant on behalf of Westminster magistrate's court for failing to surrender CBS news special report, I'm Peter King for more now. We turn to Ian woods as senior Sky News. Correspondent all of the key issues is would Julian Assange at face the death penalty in the United States for federal crimes at the United States would want him to be extradited, but they would have had to have given an assurance to the British government that he would not face the death penalty. There have been circular discussions going on over weeks and many months, and it would appear that extradition proceedings will then be ignited and move forward as a result of of this. So his self imposed imprisonment has come to an end, but he's going to be getting out of custody anytime soon and now a response from WikiLeaks just moments ago, WikiLeaks accuses quo powerful actors, including the CIA of a sophisticated effort to dehumanize Julian Assange from WikiLeaks this morning caper right here. We'll have full coverage of the Julian Assange arrest all day on WBZ radio six thirty two now and tweaking along the Boston marathon. On route today in Hopkinton plans aren't a paint the starting line that at nine AM finish line. Also being touched up later today. WBZ's Chris is at the finish line this morning. Good morning. Chris good morning debt. One of the athletes poised across that fresh end up stretch of boylston street has pushed will rim push rim wheelchair. Great talk Tian McFadden who captured her fifth title last year in awful conditions. First win came in two thousand thirteen when young local Mattie Wilson was in the crowd, his spectator. The to have both suffered from spina bifida. Now, become good friends, something that has inspired the legend McFadden. Happy..

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"james landale" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"james landale" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Speaker Pelosi. Will you agree to my wall? She said, no. And he just got up and said, then we have nothing to discuss. And he just walked out again we saw a temper tantrum because he couldn't get his way. And he just walked out of the meeting Spain's center, right? People's Party has reached an agreement with the far right anti immigrant. Vox party, enabling a PPO led coalition to take power in the southern region of Antalya a bastion of socialism. Donnie, Abraham reports this agreement has to striking affects. It's allows the People's Party to unseat the socialist in Andalucia for the first time in thirty six years, and it cements vox, the first party in decades to win regional seats in Spain as kingmaker locally vox won't have regional ministerial posts. Unlike the PP's local coalition partner, citizens the agreements talk in general terms of themes, close to Oxy's heart including combating fundamentally, but it's less specific on tackling illegal immigration than boxes claiming the far right Italian Deputy, Prime minister Matteo Salvini has called on populists from Italy. And Poland to launch what he called a new European spring to replace the centre-right influence of Germany and France, MRs Salvini said the European elections due in may would be vital to create a reformist bloc to overhaul Brussels institutions from within this is the world news from the BBC. Prosecutors in Germany have refuted an account of a politically motivated attack on a federal legislative from the far right party alternative for Germany. They say video images show, Frank magnets. It was not attacked with wooden bows by three individuals. As wells initially claimed photographs on Twitter showed Mr. magnets with a deep wound tastes forehead further examination shows one of the three people jumping on Mr. magnets from behind causing him to fall a spokesman for the prosecutor's office said all the injuries were as a result of the fall on Monday night. Iran has acknowledged for the first time that a US citizen was arrested in the country last month. The spokesman for the Iranian foreign ministry said the US government had been informed of the arrest of Michael white in the city of Mashhad, no reason was given. Britain is ending its policy requiring women saved from forced marriages abroad from taking out a government loan to cover the cost of their rescue. The decision follows a newspaper investigation his James Landale in two thousand sixteen and twenty seventeen the government helped eighty two people returned to Britain after they were forced into marriages overseas, the foreign office recoup, the costs of many of the flights by imposing forced marriage protection orders where they could on those who had sent the victims abroad, but a small handful about eight to twelve.

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"james landale" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"james landale" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Be good too. I think we'd like to we'll see we'll be meeting with president. In tomorrow. I would say big meeting. But in the meantime, people are working our staff is working. A lot of people working Larry cudlow representatives are dealing with them on a conservation. There's some good signs. We'll see what happens not everyone is so optimistic the big emerging economies, including China and Russia have issued a joint warning against protectionism and called for the WTO the World Trade Organization to be strengthened. Although not mentioned by name. It was clear that the main target of their criticism was the US president the BBC's diplomatic correspondent James Landale is and he talked to three what's happened so far as ever with these summits of ostensibly there to discuss the big issues like migration like climate change like the world economy. Well, trade things like that. They always get dislodged affected by other specific issues. So there's been some focus on the situation in Ukraine and President Putin various leaders saying that what happened the seizure by Russia of the Ukrainian vessel. Unacceptable. We haven't had much response from the Russian president to that. There's also been some discussion about Mohammed bin Salman, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia his presence here. Saudi Arabia is obviously the only Arab nation within the twenty first time that he sort of been on the international stage like this since the murder of the Saudi journalist jamarcus Sergey on other issues. All is now beginning to turn to the United States from China. They engaged in a trade war at the moment. There's a big meeting between President Trump person. She tomorrow, there's hope but not much expectation that some progress might be made after say nobody's walking around expecting this to end. So Mr. Trump is going to be meeting Xi Jinping as you say, but he's not going to be meeting, Mr Putin. No, he's not meeting, Mr Putin. He pulled out pretty short notice the Russians and others. I have to say or we'll blaming it on the President Trump's domestic issues. Namely, they continue investigation into his past business links with Russia. Certainly officials. I've spoken to here. Say that the.

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"james landale" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"james landale" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"The. Macrey has called for dialogue and consensus during his opening speech of this year's G twenty summit. He told leaders gathered in Buenos Aires global problems require global solutions, citing climate change is an issue that could not be resolved by individual countries. The summit comes at a time of deep divisions between the world's leading industrialized nations and concern about Russia's actions against Ukraine James Landale is at the summit prime minister Trudeau of Canada urge Donald Trump to cut US trade tariffs on steel and aluminium and President Putin came under pressure Russia's seizure of Ukrainian vessels with the EU council. President Donald tusk saying he was confident European sanctions against Moscow would be renewed in coming weeks after Mr. Trump cancelled his formal talks with Mr Putin. The Kremlin said both men would have an impromptu meeting at the summit instead the Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman has been meeting leaders on the sidelines of the summit. It's his most prominent international appearance. Since the matter of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi. President Putin greeted him with an enthusiastic high five has both men entered the conference hall. The add to the Saudi throne was also seen speaking informally with the Mexican French and South Korean presidents as well as Donald Trump. Britain and the US states of New York, Illinois and Connecticut say they'll start investigations into Marriott international one of the world's largest hotel chains. It's disclosed that personal information about half a billion guests had been stolen by hackers. Their names mailing addresses phone and passport numbers birth dates and some credit card. Details were compromised technology reporter is Chris FOX eight's a booking system that would have a lot of personal information in it. How does someone get in? We don't quite know yet, the hotel hasn't revealed that information, but if it's been going on for years is possibly could be an insider, it could be someone that's figured out how to get access, and it's taken a long time for them to spot only got flagged up in September. When an automated alert, let them know that some almost trying to get access into the system. Marriage has dropped five percent on the news. Eighteen international NGOs, a closing perations in Pakistan, two months after receiving an expulsion night is from the authorities Pakistani intelligence agencies have viewed NGOs with. Suspicion since the discovery of a fake vaccination program run by the CIA during the hunt for Osama bin Laden, his Amerson interruption, two months ago, the Pakistani interior ministry issued a formal notice asking the organizations to close down that operations by November thirtieth wall vision with says it's provided aid to eight hundred thousand people over the past three years called it. A very sad day. It said more than thirty members of its local staff, but losing their jobs actionaid's said the expulsions where worrying development in a country where a fifth of the population lives in poverty, Pakistan's foreign ministry has defended the measures saying the aid agencies were not sufficiently transparent BBC news. Poland will start importing natural gas from Norway to reduce its dependence on Russian supplies. The deliveries will be taken via a pipeline that will link Poland to supplies from Norwegian gasfields in the North Sea. It'll be built by the state-run gas grid operators. Poland county. It's two thirds of its gas from Russia. The medical charity. Midsouth some frontier MSF says one hundred and twenty five women and girls have been raped in the past ten days in the town of Bentiu in south, Saddam. The country has been ravaged by civil war for the past five years with four million people displaced, Charles Shahani, reports NSF says unknown men have been attacking the women and goes beating them sometimes with rifle butts raping them and taking away possessions, a midwife with the charity Ruth appello, set some of the survivors were younger than ten others elderly or pregnant MS Keller said move victims had been treated in the past ten days than in the previous ten months. Local officials have denied MSF's account. Tens of thousands of people have been killed during the past five years of fighting in south Sudan, and millions have been displaced fleeing. The apparent safety of towns like to the largest Jewish organization in Hungary has accused the pro government magazine. Incitement by portraying its leader in a racist way. The cover photo of the fidget weekly, which is close to the Prime Minister Viktor Orban shows the face of Andros heisler surrounded by Bank banknotes the federation of Hungarian Jewish communities, which Mr. Haisla heads said the use of what he called centuries old stereotypes against Jews was unprecedented in democratic hungry. The World Health Organization says polio should continue to be classified as a public health. Emergency of international concern, the W H O said cases of polio. Had nearly doubled in Afghanistan in two thousand eighteen and stagnated in Pakistan. It blamed worsening security in Afghanistan as well as the refusal of people to get.

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"james landale" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"james landale" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"By no sidings where world leaders are kicking off the G twenty summit tensions are looming large between the US Europe Russia and China the BBC's James Landale, what we'd like to see over the next few days is a series of discussions about the relationship between Donald Trump and president. She over the US, China trade war. They'll be inevitably some discussion about the situation in Ukraine, and what kind of international pressure will be placed on President Putin of Russia after the seizure of three Ukrainian vessel later today. Mr. Trump is scheduled to sign a revamped trade deal with Canada and Mexico. Paul manafort's lawyers will be in federal court in Washington for a status hearing just days after this special counsel's office voided a plea deal claiming President Trump's former campaign chair lied to FBI investigators. The president's former personal attorney has pleaded guilty to lying to congress about Mr. Trump's alleged dealings with Russia during the campaign CBS Jeff peg as spoke with Michael. Cohen after his court appearance in New York City. He was talkative, but he would not talk about anything related to the Russian investigation. I even asked him about these reports that Moscow Trump Tower deal included, a fifteen million dollar penthouse for Ladimir Putin. He wouldn't comment on that California. Highway patrol says three people are dead eight injured after a pickup truck driver trying to get away from border patrol agents. Gundy on I eight in Campo witnesses say the driver was going more than one hundred miles an hour when he lost control after he hit a spike strip to people, including the driver were in the cab nine men were hidden in the bed. A group of police officers in Saint Louis has been indicted for allegedly beating a fellow officer during a protest then conspiring and a cover up KOMO v TV reporter, Alexis Soto's, four officers were indicted on their actions against a fellow officer who is working the protest undercover there. Accused of throwing the. Officer who is black to the ground and kicking him while he didn't resist. There was more in the gummy candies that junior high in Florida than sugar and gelatin. The Polk County sheriff's office says five students got sick after the eight candy laced with pot W T S PTV's Grady Trimble from mulberry. The seventh graders started feeling dizzy and nauseated. One of them nearly passing out five of them were taken to the hospital in an ambulance. The sixth was taken by a parent at classmate.

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"james landale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"james landale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The world's biggest economies are gathering in the tinian capital. Buenos Aires today for the g twenty summit the aim as always is to try to iron out some some of the many problems that divide them. Not least the growing trade war between the US and several other countries. In addition, President Trump has already ruffled diplomatic feathers. By canceling a shed you'll meeting with President Putin of Russia. So what are the prospects for productive gathering? The BBC's diplomatic. Correspondent James Landale is in Argentina, the G truancy is an annual summit of twenty leaders, and it nationalizations it's technically nineteen leaders. Plus the European Union that get together at head of government level to discuss the big issues of the day. The aim is for these events to sort of celebration of multilateralism and think big thoughts about the big issues of the day migration, climate change trade and things like that. I think what we're likely to see over the next few days is. A series of specific discussions about specific issues. Crucially, the relationship between Donald Trump and president. She over the US China trade war w inevitably some discussion about the situation in Ukraine, and what kind of international pressure will be placed on President Putin of Russia after the seizure of three cranium vessels near the curse straits. I think they'll also be some discussion about Saudi Arabia and the presence of the Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, what what does he do to try to repair his reputation after the Khashoggi of all of these kind of issues will be coming up and be fascinating to see how the incident in the world leaders deal with and there's criticism of protectionism off these leaders Donald Trump specifically is an American I president. How would he fit into a meeting where everything's pointed to unity and globalization? Yes. But the G twenty is not just made up of Liberal International, multi. Electoralist cities also made up of some leaders who increasingly of the same mind as Donald Trump. And so all ready, the usual wrangling has already begun of inevitably about this communicate the texts that comes out of this. And there is one suggestion that any mention of protectionism has been taken out. So the usual argument saying that we fight against. Protectionism and keep open trade is already being watered down simply because otherwise they were being a US exceptions of it. But certainly that is the central part of this at the moment is what is the attitude of these big hers to international trade, and Donald Trump takes a very very different view to Britain and fell to many of the other nations in this group. That's the BBC's diplomatic correspondent James Landale in Argentina as we just heard the big conflicts in Buenos Aires will between the US and Russia the latest deterioration in relations was sparked by Russia's seizure of Ukrainian naval vessels off the coast of Crimea. This prompted President Trump to cancel a planned meeting with President Putin and the antagonism is reciprocated with Russian views of America and their combative president deteriorating as our Moscow correspondent see Rosenberg reports. Russians have stopped believing in the magic of Donald Trump. Moscow.

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Gaza flare-up kills Israeli officer, 7 Palestinians

All Of It

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Gaza flare-up kills Israeli officer, 7 Palestinians

"His country's consulate in STAN last month. The US secretary of state Mike Pompeo as told the de facto Saudi leader crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, Washington would hold everyone involved accountable. The British Foreign Secretary Jeremy hunt is traveling to Saudi Arabia is James Landale reports over the weekend Turkey revealed. Shed audiotapes relating to the case with allies, including Britain and today. Jeremy hunt will fly to react to meet king Salman and his son the country's de facto ruler Muhammed bin Salman, the foreign secretary will urge them to do more to deliver Justice and accountability to the histology family. He'll say it is unacceptable that the circumstances surrounding the murder. Still remain unclear. The prime minister of Finland says GPS signals in the north of the country were intentionally disrupted earlier this week during NATO military exercises and Russia may have been to blame you her. Superior said Russia was known to have the capability to block the satellite. Navigation those and may have wanted to send a message to nations involved in the military drills. World news from the BBC. The authorities in the Mexican state of Veracruz say they've arrested five people linked to the murder of the daughter of a congresswoman Valeria cruise was shot dead on Thursday. The case got nationwide attention after the congresswoman common Madel who told of her daughter's death during a televised session of the Mexican congress. The study of more than one hundred major global apparel agricultural and mining companies shows that most of failing to meet human rights standards, set by the United Nations, a British charity, the corporate human rights benchmark ranked firms using publicly available information to assess practices on issues such as gender equality forced and child labor and the living wage an Australian woman accused of starting a nationwide food scare by placing sewing needles in strawberries has appeared in court following her arrest on Sunday. She's been charged with seven counts of food contamination. Phil Mercer reports. Train faces up to ten years in prison. If she's convicted of putting sewing needles into pundits of strawberries, a court in Brisbane was told she was motivated by spite or revenge. Detectives in Australia alleged the fifty year old farm supervisor's DNA who's found on contaminated fruits. The police say her arrest was. As the result of an unprecedented investigation that was far from over. There were one hundred eighty six reports of needles being found in fruits across Australia. Some were thought to be copycat cases, all social media stunts, the Chinese Internet commerce, giant Alibaba notched up a record thirty point seven billion dollars in sales during the twenty four hour rushed Demark singles day on Sunday shoppers in China and elsewhere snapped tub items like smartphones furniture and even milk powder throughout the day Alibaba recorded roughly ten billion dollars worth of sales in just the first hour after midnight BBC news. Hello. And welcome

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"james landale" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"james landale" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"You have many regrets not just being him. Previous company have have of my regrets not about coming to Syria, remained unrepentant about being members of these state group, a tool them that Britain wants to send them to the United States where he could face the death penalty. What makes the British government one British is in to be tried in America, but they've stripped you of your citizenship that hasn't been confirmed for now the feet of Alexander Kuti and l. Sheffield shake, remains uncertain. The government's attempt to send the pair to the United States for trial is under judicial review. Some of the former hostages have told the BBC that the men should be tried in western courts. In the meantime, the to remain locked up in solitary confinement. It's a heavily guarded undisclosed location and knoll Syria that report by Quentin Sommerville. The British government was widely criticised last month after it emerged that ministers had agreed to share intelligence against the two suspects without asking the United States for the usual assurances that they wouldn't be executed. If they were convicted by an American court, the British Home Secretary said then that it was in everyone's interest that the two men be brought to Justice on diplomatic correspondent. James Landale considered what might happen. Now, the US State Department says l. Sheffield shake had reputation in so-called Islam estate for waterboarding mock executions, and crucifixions Alexander Kotey it says, was responsible for exceptionally cruel, torture methods. The home secretary such Javid says both are implicated in the murder of a number of individuals, including three American and two British citizens. So the charge sheet is clear. But it is less apparent when or if they might face trial there complicating factors, the two men are in the hands of a Kurdish militia, not the USO British authorities. The UK government has confirmed. They're no longer British citizens despite what they claim their alleged victims were international, not just British and ministers believe a successful prosecution is more likely in the US where the legal definition of terrorism is broader and sentences a longer, but the US has yet to make a decision. It's asked the UK for more intelligence about the two men, but their families have launched a legal challenge to this. So few expect a decision soon. The risk according to government sources is that instead of receiving fetched trial l. Sheffield shaken Alexander Katie end up either being sent to Guantanamo Bay detention center without due process or being executed, or even released by the Kurdish captors. And that matters because this high profile case. Ace will set a precedent for how the west treats other foreign fighters in the future. James Landale Chinese social media uses a criticizing an American airline after it removed an ethnic Chinese woman for a plane seemingly to make way for other passengers. The woman had bought an extra ticket for her cello, but was told by American Airlines, she needed to get off the plane because the aircraft was too small for her instrument. China media analyst, Kerry Allen has more this American born Chinese woman Jingjing who have been traveling from Miami to Chicago last Thursday with a cello that was with thirty thousand dollars which was told once this she aborted her American Airlines flight that she needed to get off the plane and had difficulty getting another flight with a company telling her that she would have to buy a new ticket and upgrade to other first class business class. If she wanted to travel Mitsu told local Chicago media that she'd run before hunts check that she was okay to travel with her cello wants to know why she had suddenly been told to get off the plane before takeoff husband among coach j. tongue posted on Facebook about the incident and included a picture of the pilot who he said amid a victory sign with his. Huns when his wife off the plane. His post has been shut those times and is even reached the attention of the famous Chinese cellist Nana, oh, young, who asks what reason could be given not to let the passenger sit with her cello is this racial discrimination? American allies has not yet coincide, but there's been a burst of outrage on scene away what Chinese people used instead of Facebook or Twitter. Many users are asking whether women's travel plans were disrupted. Many us say they think removal have been racially motivated that was Kari Allen. Also in this podcast, the world could enter into an irreversible pasta..

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"james landale" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"james landale" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"You have many regrets not just being him. Previous company have have of my regrets not about coming to Syria, remained unrepentant about being members of these state group, a tool them that Britain wants to send them to the United States where he could face the death penalty. What makes the British government one British is in to be tried in America, but they've stripped you of your citizenship that hasn't been confirmed for now the feet of Alexander Kuti and l. Sheffield shake, remains uncertain. The government's attempt to send the pair to the United States for trial is under judicial review. Some of the former hostages have told the BBC that the men should be tried in western courts. In the meantime, the to remain locked up in solitary confinement. It's a heavily guarded undisclosed location and knoll Syria that report by Quentin Sommerville. The British government was widely criticised last month after it emerged that ministers had agreed to share intelligence against the two suspects without asking the United States for the usual assurances that they wouldn't be executed. If they were convicted by an American court, the British Home Secretary said then that it was in everyone's interest that the two men be brought to Justice on diplomatic correspondent. James Landale considered what might happen. Now, the US State Department says l. Sheffield shake had reputation in so-called Islam estate for waterboarding mock executions, and crucifixions Alexander Kotey it says, was responsible for exceptionally cruel, torture methods. The home secretary such Javid says both are implicated in the murder of a number of individuals, including three American and two British citizens. So the charge sheet is clear. But it is less apparent when or if they might face trial there complicating factors, the two men are in the hands of a Kurdish militia, not the USO British authorities. The UK government has confirmed. They're no longer British citizens despite what they claim their alleged victims were international, not just British and ministers believe a successful prosecution is more likely in the US where the legal definition of terrorism is broader and sentences a longer, but the US has yet to make a decision. It's asked the UK for more intelligence about the two men, but their families have launched a legal challenge to this. So few expect a decision soon. The risk according to government sources is that instead of receiving fetched trial l. Sheffield shaken Alexander Katie end up either being sent to Guantanamo Bay detention center without due process or being executed, or even released by the Kurdish captors. And that matters because this high profile case. Ace will set a precedent for how the west treats other foreign fighters in the future. James Landale Chinese social media uses a criticizing an American airline after it removed an ethnic Chinese woman for a plane seemingly to make way for other passengers. The woman had bought an extra ticket for her cello, but was told by American Airlines, she needed to get off the plane because the aircraft was too small for her instrument. China media analyst, Kerry Allen has more this American born Chinese woman Jingjing who have been traveling from Miami to Chicago last Thursday with a cello that was with thirty thousand dollars which was told once this she aborted her American Airlines flight that she needed to get off the plane and had difficulty getting another flight with a company telling her that she would have to buy a new ticket and upgrade to other first class business class. If she wanted to travel Mitsu told local Chicago media that she'd run before hunts check that she was okay to travel with her cello wants to know why she had suddenly been told to get off the plane before takeoff husband among coach j. tongue posted on Facebook about the incident and included a picture of the pilot who he said amid a victory sign with his. Huns when his wife off the plane. His post has been shut those times and is even reached the attention of the famous Chinese cellist Nana, oh, young, who asks what reason could be given not to let the passenger sit with her cello is this racial discrimination? American allies has not yet coincide, but there's been a burst of outrage on scene away what Chinese people used instead of Facebook or Twitter. Many users are asking whether women's travel plans were disrupted. Many us say they think removal have been racially motivated that was Kari Allen. Also in this podcast, the world could enter into an irreversible pasta..

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Donald Trump reveals what Queen Elizabeth said to him about Brexit

BBC World Service

04:30 min | 2 years ago

Donald Trump reveals what Queen Elizabeth said to him about Brexit

"Taliban during the muslim religious festival of aid but heavy fighting resumed since then british newspaper says president trump has revealed part of a private conversation he had with queen elizabeth james landale has the story donald trump has already faced criticism for keeping the queen waiting before he arrived at windsor on friday and then briefly walking in front of her while inspecting the guard of honour now the us president journalists piers morgan that the queen was a fantastic woman and very special person he said she went through the whole list of us president she had met since harry truman and when they discuss britain leaving the eu mr trump claimed the queen said it was a very complex problem with mr morgan asked if the queen expressed an opinion on what she thinks about brexit mr trump realized his mistake saying you just don't talk about a conversation with the queen president trump is spending a final day in britain before flying to finland for his summit with leading putin on monday mr trump is facing continuing criticism at home for agreeing to a one to one meeting with the russian leader especially after twelve russian intelligence officers were indicted for meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election lease descent is in helsinki to countries who are actively at war in syria and ukraine and involved in a nuclear arms race are meeting for the first time formally here in helsinki on the baltic sea at a venue that has been used by american and russian presidents in the past there is so much on the agenda but there may be nothing on the agenda that for these two very powerful men men with a great sense of themselves and their place in the world the most important thing may be that they're meeting at all the twelve boys in their football coach who are trapped in a cave complex in northern thailand been told of the death of a diver during the operation to rescue them images released by the authorities show the boys gathering around a large piece of paper to draw a picture of the former navy the navy seal some on conan messages and thanks were added to the drawing to stink to the latest world news from the bbc iraqi police have fired in the air as hundreds of protesters tried to storm the main provincial government building in bouncer city on the seventh day of unrest over poor services in southern iraq police sources said several people were injured by water cannon and tear gas last night the authorities in baghdad imposed a curfew in basel city and across southern iraq while the prime minister announced that be releasing funds for water electricity and health services a woman who had been missing for a week on the coast to california has been rescued from the base of a cliff after having survived drinking water from the radiator of her partially submerged jeep and commanders swerved to avoid hitting an animal and plunged over sixty meter cliff police in the southern indian state of connecticut says software engineer has been beaten to death and two others injured by mob because of suspicions that they were child kidnappers it's the latest attack fueled by rumors being spread on social media in india about child abductions police said the deceased man was traveling with his friends in a car and one of them gave chocolates to children when they stopped for a break in padang district france and croatia meet in the final of football's world cup in moscow today with a population of four million croatia is the smallest nation in decades to go this far in the competition france the favorites are seeking a second title having won on home soil twenty years ago here's cowfield reports from paris a day after day celebrations the french will come together again late this afternoon in their millions to watch the final of the world cup here in paris the weather is superb bars and cafes to be packed and there'll be a giant fan did with nine hundred thousand people but if the eiffel tower the country has perhaps been slow to appreciate this young side but with victories in the knockout phase has come a real sense of excitement particularly around the teenage prodigy kilian mbappe eight in six world cups francis third final a remarkable record therapy from houston cowfield that's the bbc news how how many grigor hi this is a special program on the thailand cave rescue we all have ten days they no light pitch black no salutes food just catching.

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Julia Morgan, Bbc and Seven Hours discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

03:11 min | 2 years ago

Julia Morgan, Bbc and Seven Hours discussed on BBC World Service

"Bbc world service it's seven hours gmt welcome to weekend with julia morgan coming up we look ahead to donald trump's meeting with vladimir putin is the american president really as subservient to the russian president as he's portrayed as being it's just not that simple says a former trump advisor journalists tend to focus on one tweet whole one sentence not step back and actually jobs the administration in totality and how does president trump himself see this relationship alternately he's a competitor he's representing russia i'm representing the united states will discuss the expected outcome from that summit with our correspondent and guests plus the mayor of helsinki on the preparations the city has made to host the two leaders that's all coming up here on weekends that's after the world news this is the bbc news hello i'm jonathan is odd the french president emmanuel macron is due to hold talks with his russian counterpart vladimir putin later today in moscow before both men watch from play croatia in the football world cup the meeting in the kremlin comes a day before the helsinki summit between the us and russian leaders marcus abba reports french officials live lady mia putin monroe macabre discussing iran syria and ukraine earlier this year france and its partners in the european union failed to convince president trump not to withdraw from an international code that ease the sanctions on iran if it curbs its nuclear program iran and russia are the main supporters of serious government and us asked moscow to use its influence and president bush to allow humanitarian aid to be delivered to civilians president mccall is also expected to ask russian counterpart to do more to end the conflict in ukraine president trump who's been on a working visit to britain is due to fly from glasgow later heading for finland as aids him complete preparations for the helsinki summit mr trump continues to face criticism at home the seeking a one to one encounter with president putin especially after an american grand jury indicted twelve russian intelligence officers for meddling in the two thousand sixteen election meanwhile a british newspaper says president trump has revealed part of a private conversation he had with queen elizabeth james landale has the story donald trump has already faced criticism for keeping the queen waiting this'll here arrived at windsor on friday and then briefly walking in front of her while inspecting the guard of honour now the us president told the journalists morgan the queen was a fantastic woman and very special person he said she went through the whole list of us presidency had met since harry truman and when they discuss britain leaving the eu mr trump claimed the queen said it was a very complex problem we're mr morgan asked if the queen expressed an opinion on what she thinks about brexit mr trump realized his mistake saying you just don't talk about a conversation with the queen today's football match in moscow marks the climax of a tournament billed as the.

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"james landale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"james landale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's koko the gorilla playing guitar she mastered sign language and change the way we think about gorillas she died a few weeks ago and so in today's inquiry we brought together some of the world's leading animal research is to find out just how much we understand about animals we hear about the extraordinary talents of cleaner fish they really hover on top of declined a helicopter and massage them we find out just how clever visa in almost every case the bees actually moved the closest ball into the senator to get reward we hear from a man who spent six weeks living is a better terms on disgusting recommend them now that's all coming up in the inquiry after the news hello this is david austin with the bbc news nato leaders gathering for a second day of talks which will cover security in the black sea region and afghanistan the first day of their summit was dominated by president trump's blunt criticism of european members of the alliance and his demands for them to spend more on defense the bbc's gavin lee is in brussels this morning it's the other leaders arrive what's holes on your background i in the lemberg prime minister abe attell saying that donald trump was in a very good nude last night he was convivial he was talking to everybody so we're seeing two sides one is public sense of anger butts he's up at around adult trump this morning he's tweeting continuation on a theme still talking about other countries needing to spend more but here's the thing is become his own policy not he's administration's he's now saying this morning they need to pay two percents of their gdp towards defense now and then fourth sent in future well that's not a nato policy donald trump will arrive in britain in a couple of hours his first visit to the uk as president britain's prime minister theresa may is hoping to cement longstanding ties with the us james landale reports the prime minister said the trip would show the strength of the uk us relationship not just the partnership on defense and security but also the benefits of boosting trade and investment she said she wanted to discuss what she called a futureproof trade partnership with mr trump imposing tariffs on each steel and threatening sanctions on british banks ever iran that might prove difficult this is a relationship that can at times be hard to keep special severe flooding in western japan is now known to have killed nearly two hundred people dozens more missing rescue workers are still searching through the wreckage of homes destroyed by flood waters and landslides more than two hundred thousand homes are still without water it's japan's worst weather related disaster astor in more than three decades he soccer no is japanese journalist who's visited some of the worst hit areas including her hometown of movie show was one of the most severely damaged the area and among the about the sixteen prefecture's and so many residents are very old so they did not evacuate before the water hit their home so that was shocking and the police and defense personnel was still searching for the missing residents there a u n official visiting north korea says about one in five children there is stunted because of malnutrition mark lowcock the un's emergency relief coordinator added that about half of all children in rural areas drink unclean water the un is trying to raise more than one hundred million dollars to improve health water and sanitation recent years countries have been less willing to donate to north korea because of its continuing nuclear and missile programs will news from the bbc the british government is to publish a brexit plan in a few hours which lays out in detail how britain would like to trade and cooperate with the european union after it leaves the block it proposes a common rulebook for goods traded with the eu at the border between the uk and eu in ireland be treated as a combined customs territory the prime minister theresa may has faced fierce criticism from within her own conservative party for the proposals the former pakistani prime minister now wash areva said he returned to.

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Donald Trump, Newcastle and Britain discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

03:23 min | 2 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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Brexit is killing investment in UK car industry

Today

04:30 min | 3 years ago

Brexit is killing investment in UK car industry

"In the past year because of uncertainty about brexit the society of motor manufacturers and traders said that investment dropped from six hundred forty seven million pounds in the first half of two thousand seventeen to three hundred and forty seven million pounds in the same period this year and it's urged the government to rethink its policy of leaving the customs union our economics editor come out on it reports after warnings from us and siemens it is the turn of the uk's eighty two billion pound cossack to raise its concerns about brexit the society of motor manufacturers and traders said uncertainty over britain's future relationship with the eu was thwarted investment and that the government's red lines on the type of daily wanted we're working directly against the industry mike holes the chief executive of the smmt said the uk should remain in the eu customs union and that without clarity carmaking would suffer overnight closure but it could be a death by thousand cuts gradually the competitiveness of the uk is a road making it that much harder to attract the investment it's the investment that makes us so competitive the government said it was working for a good deal with the eu and firms such as nissan and bmw had invested in the uk since the referendum the commons has overwhelmingly backed a plan to build a third runway at heathrow airport it was passed with a majority of nearly three hundred after more labor mp's decided to back the government thunder bank jeremy corbyn who opposes heathrow's expansion h tori mp's rebelled the result was welcomed by unions and business leaders but the environmental group greenpeace said it was joining several london boras in bringing a court challenge now political correspondent ben wright reports conservative mp's had been ordered to back the proposal but eight longstanding critics of a third runway voted against it including zac goldsmith justine greening and greg hands who quit as a trade minister last week in order to oppose a scheme he described in the commons is fatally flawed boris johnson chose to avoid the vote altogether a swerve that prompted mockery from labor mp's and criticism from some conservatives labour zone position was fudged the party's leadership opposed to third runway but gave its mp's a free vote in the end more labor mp's voted with the government than the ninety four who voted against the third runway the transport secretary chris railings had the vote was a very strong statement by parliament that would pave the way for a third runway although a group of councils and campaigners are planning a legal challenge to the decision britain will risk of fresh confrontation with russia today when it seeks new palace for chemical weapons inspectors to say who is responsible for nerve agent attacks in syria the foreign secretary boris johnson will use a special meeting in the hague to table the proposals which are opposed by moscow this report my aunt diplomatic correspondent james landale in recent years the international convention that chemical weapons should not be used his broken down nerve agents have been deployed many times in syria once on the streets of salisbury many of these attacks are investigated by the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons but the opec w as it's known can establish only if chemical weapons have been used not who was responsible so the foreign secretary boris johnson will formerly table a proposal today to give the inspectors new powers to attribute blame next time chemical weapons used in syria the plans will be considered at a special conference in the hague of all the countries which have signed the chemical weapons convention british diplomats have launched a huge effort to win support to win a vote tomorrow but russia opposes the plan which might see it syrian allies face further international condemnation president trump has criticized the american motorcycle maker harley davidson for its decision to move some of its production outside the united states the company said it wanted to avoid sharplyincreased eu you tariffs on imports mr trump said he was surprised that harley davidson of all companies was the first to wave the white flag the family of a british couple who were found murdered in jamaica last friday have urged people in the community to speak to the police if they know anything about the killings charlie and gail anderson who were both in their seventies had recently retired to the carribean having lived previously.

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"james landale" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"james landale" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To the discussions we started the process i believe we are on the right track now a lot depends on what we can do within the next few weeks i believe it's a good start we're not there we're beginning the process and we need to receive those guarantees we will see how best we can move from brussels he's on diplomatic correspondent james landau well they've done today agreed a whole package of work they write what can we do across all the economic sectors to try and keep trade with iran going experts are going to be drawing up a package of proposals that which they say will happen in the next few weeks but i think also these talks tonight have given the eu for ministers the chance to assess just how much iran is demanding of them the moment and also i think it's given the iranian side the chance to assess whether or not the eu is actually serious about trying to keep this deal live at the moment everybody is talking so they can keep talking about that but if you talk to diplomats behind the scenes there's not much optimism that's thick on the ground i think people know that it is going to be very very difficult to come up with a package of measures that will convince western european businesses to keep trading with iran a not face the risk of huge penalties from usa sanctions james landale and kneels hey with some other stories from our news desk a judge in the us has over time california's physician assisted suicide law but gave the state attorney general five days to appeal california's law was approved in two thousand sixteen allows terminally ill patients to request lethal medications from their doctors the judge said the california legislature did not have the authority to approve end of life option act during a special session dedicated to healthcare issues california was the fifth state in the us to legalize the practice the nicaraguan president daniel ortega and his vice president and first lady was aria maurilio say they will attend the opening of a national donald on wednesday that follows weeks.

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British-Iranian professor held by Iran's Revolutionary Guard

Today

01:22 min | 3 years ago

British-Iranian professor held by Iran's Revolutionary Guard

"The strength of feeling among mp's about continued membership of a customs union and it could increase pressure on the prime minister over a key plank of her brexit policy labor has claimed there's no economic case for ruling out a customs union with the eu while several conservatives who backed remain have signalled their readiness to take a stand against the government on this issue today ministers will get an indication of how many but there's been no shift from the government which is again said staying in the customs union would leave the uk shackled to brussels unable to strike new trade deals around the world the foreign office says it's looking urgently into reports that a man with jill britishiranian nationality has been detained in iran his autocratic correspondent james landale said latte is a professor of computer science and mathematics imperial college in london according to the us based center for human rights in iran he's a british iranian national campaigns against foreign intervention in iran it said he was detained by the iranian revolution regard on april the fifteenth in tehran his home though was reportedly raided and his belongings were confiscated is not known what charges if any mr ed latte faces for the human rights group said he had protested his innocence the foreign office said it was urgently seeking information from the iranian authorities in recent years iran has detained several british iranian nationals including nesn zaghari rented this latest arrest comes amid growing tensions between iran and the west after donald trump threatened to pull out of the deal curbing iran's new nuclear capability the chairman and chief executive of the hospital trust which is treating alfie evans say staff there have been the target of unprecedented abuse alfie who's twenty three months old has a degenerative brain condition and was taken off a ventilator on monday his parents have been fighting a legal battle to be allowed to take him abroad for further treatment the latest challenge was dismissed by the court of.

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"james landale" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"james landale" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The uk's growth forecast will likely to be upgraded because of increased demand from china america and continental europe the foreign sexy bars johnson will meet his american counterpart rex tillerson in london today for talks on syria iran and yemen the meeting comes at a difficult time in transatlantic relations as our diplomatic correspondent james landale reports uk us relations are going through a rocky patch both sides differ over the iran nuclear deal and where the jerusalem should be the capital of israel and president trump is refusing to visit the uk and opened the new us embassy said today is secretary of state rex tillerson will come to london to pour oil on troubled waters and offer the now ritual reassurances about the importance of the relationship before the president meets theresa may in the swiss resort of davos later this week a charity says one in three young women in the uk road voiding smear tests for cervical cancer because they're embarrassed to show their bodies to doctors joe cervical cancer trust which surveyed more than two thousand women aged between twenty five and thirty five said it was worried about the impact on screening rates which have fallen to a 20year low is a health reporter katie silva cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women under thirty five despite this up to a third of the women most at risk don't take up the offer at a snia test which can pick up three quarters of cervical cancers the survey found this because about a third of young women are embarrassed by their body shape or the appearance of their pubic region and this makes them put off getting checked on not bother at all the.

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"james landale" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"james landale" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Is we know many many breaks a tears are now the view that the government should start to be spending considerable sums of money preparing the ground for a no deal outcome that is to say spending money on infrastructure on i arrangements new staffing new border posts and all that sort of thing and i've no doubt they will see this as a further pushback by philip hammond and are of the view that he is really not willing to countenance a no deal scenario because of the potential economic damage and that he is intent they believe on securing a deal pretty much come what may to ensure continued access to the single market charlotte oh that aren't 25 to seven the foreign secretary has joined the chorus of voices calling on donald trump to stick with the iran nuclear deal the deal at has iran mothballing its nuclear program in exchange for a lifting of economic sanctions james landale is adept matic correspondent was bars johnson saying james what the for a sector say is pretty much what the british government's be saying foday's now that basically the deal makes the world a safer place is not perfect but we should stick with it it's something that he the barstools and told his us counterpart last night in the telephone could we not at the prime minister has also spoken to the president repeating the same thing we know that european countries particularly france germany been joining the uk and in putting a huge amount of diplomatic pressure on the the president trump over this because they expect in the next few days that they will be an announcement by the president a the overwhelming expectation is that he will formally say that he's not going to recertify to use the jargon the daily in other words to signal that he no longer believes that iran is complying with the deal the big question then is what happens next because in theory congress that has sixty days to decide whether or not to reimpose sanctions if they did a was suddenly the whole deal would collapse so the debate now is moving to is it possible for the president to formally refused to search for the deal but then do something that allows the deal to stay in place in other words is that the pressure that can be put on.

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"james landale" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"james landale" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Britain has suffered a diplomatic defeat the united nations general assembly members voted overwhelmingly to refer dispute between the uk and mauritius over disputed islands in the indian ocean to the international court of justice here's undiplomatic correspondent james landale the triggers islands in the indian ocean used to be part of mauritius when it was a british colony the largest islands diego garcia is home to a us military base mirages all argues that britain broke international law by keeping the islands when the colony won its independence 1960s the uk says it will return the orleans where the no longer needed for defense purposes and insists the dispute is a bilateral matter to be sorted out between both countries but by ninety four votes to fifteen the un journalist kambli us the international court of justice at the hague to consider the case it ruling will not be binding but the defeat will be seen as a signal of britain's declining diplomatic clout of the vote for brexit most eu countries chose not to back britain and deep stained a foreign office spokesman said the verge disappointing and an inappropriate use of the international court carter has been given a list of demands by its regional neighbours to end the blockade imposed on the gulf state earlier this month the thirteen points include shutting the broadcaster aljazira closing a turkish military base and severing all links to the muslim brotherhood the list was handed to cut up by kuwait which is attempting to mediate in the crisis cutter has been given ten days to comply the public spending watchdog has criticised the economic case for the new nuclear power plant station being built at hinkley point in somerset the national audit office says that ministers of locked consumers into a risky and expensive project with uncertain benefits statecontrolled firms in france and china repaying the eighty gene billionpound construction bill hills all business reporter rob young hinkley point see is expected to produce seven percent of britain's power from twenty twenty five onwards it's been given a guaranteed price for its electricity which could cost bill pay as as much as thirty billion pounds the national audit office says the economic case for hinckley is marginal and his weakened since commercial terms were agreed in 2013.

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