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"jason bobi" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"jason bobi" Discussed on NPR News Now

"I'm jack speer. The supreme court will resume in person oral arguments. This fall after spending more than a year remote as npr's barbara sprint. Explains the court will remain close to the public over health concerns. The supreme court has conducted remote arguments since may of twenty twenty because of the krona virus pandemic. the cases will return to in-person this october november and december. The court will also provide a live audio feed for the arguments for those three months. It will be the first time. The court offers live audio for in-person arguments last. May the court started to stream audio. Live for the public from the remote arguments. Also a i at the time that came after the court postponed oral arguments scheduled for march and april of that year because of the pandemic the court noted then that it had postponed arguments in nineteen eighteen during the spanish flu. Epidemic barbara sprint. Npr news fbi is releasing new video of the suspect who placed to pipebombs near the us capital on the evening of january fifth as npr's ryan lucas reports. The devices didn't explode but identifying those who planted them as a priority for the fbi the black and white video shows. The suspect dressed in a grey hooded sweatshirt. A face mask and glasses and carrying a backpack. The video has taken on january fifth. Twenty twenty one near the democratic national committee in washington. dc not far from where one bomb was placed. The second device was planted in an alley behind the republican national committee a few blocks away. The fbi says it believes the suspect was operating out of a location near by. It also says a review of the individual's behavior and interviews with residents leads the fbi to believe the suspect is not from the area. The fbi is offering a one hundred thousand dollar reward for information on the suspect ryan. Lucas npr news washington. Solar power could generate about forty percent of the nation's electricity by the year twenty thirty five without raising utility rates. That's according to the department of energy study. npr's jeff brady reports. The benchmark require massive solar construction boom over the next decade and a half. The energy department's solar futures study shows a path to reaching president. Biden's climate change goal of zeroing out greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector by twenty thirty five. The us gets only about three percent of its electricity from solar. Now that's after years of double digit. Growth reaching forty percent would require extraordinary levels of construction and overcoming obstacles like citing constraints and a solar panel trade dispute with china instead of raising utility bills. Much of the funding would come from federal incentives included in a three point five trillion dollar infrastructure. Bill democrats hope to pass soon jeff brady. Npr news stocks mostly lost ground on wall street on the heels of a federal reserve report. That shows you us economic activity slowing the summer winds down the dow dropped sixty eight points. The nasdaq fell eighty. Seven points. today you're listening to npr. The cova pandemic has had catastrophic effects on the battle against burkey losses in efforts to prevent the spread of hiv. Embarrassed jason. bobi says. That's the conclusion of a new report from the global fund to fight aids. Tb and malaria. The global fund analysis found that the reshuffling of medical resources to deal with kovin hit to burke yellow laos's programs particularly hard. The number of people treated for drug resistant. Tb in countries where the global fund operates dropped nineteen percent last year treatment programs for extensively drug resistant burkey losses. So their case loads. Drop a whopping thirty. Seven percent far. Fewer people were also tested for hiv or malaria. In two thousand twenty compared to twenty nineteen as the pandemic disrupted supply chains individuals stayed away from clinics one. Bit of good news. was that despite cova. Nearly two million more people with hiv got onto life saving antiretroviral drug therapy. Jason bobi npr news portland. Oregon city council has apparently decided to delay a vote on an expected. Emergency resolution that would ban the buying of any goods and services from texas the resolution in response to a new state law there would ban most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. If passed by the portland city council would also bar city workers from traveling to taxes for mayor. Ted wither says. The resolution was initially due to be presented today but will be postponed pending further review. To quote understand the impact of the proposed ban crow futures. Prices moved higher today. Oil up ninety five cents a barrel to settle at sixty nine thirty a barrel in new york. I'm jack speer. Npr news in washington..

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"jason bobi" Discussed on Up First

Up First

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"jason bobi" Discussed on Up First

"Haiti is still struggling to recover from seven point. Two magnitude earthquake that struck on saturday. A tropical storm is in helping and the death toll now stands at nearly two thousand. Two hundred aid is starting to arrive. Slowly haiti's ambassador to the united states bow. She mon- talked with. Npr's all things considered now. We need much small. Maybe tensions and and others would have us to save moralize. Npr's jason bobi joins us from the southern city of lake high and we should mention communications or difficult in that region. Right now jason. You've been in and around the city for the last few days are conditions getting any better. You know not really even with tropical storm grace. Having passed last night we got slammed with another huge rainstorm. And this is falling on. Tens of thousands of people who are homeless. Many of them are sleeping in just. Flimsy shelters sometimes not much more than a sheet of plastic. Cleanup has started. But it's been pretty much just to clear the roads. People are picking through some of the collapsed buildings but really most of those buildings those piles of rubble. They're just still there where they fell. The soccer stadium has become a tent city In some neighborhoods people have taken over the streets and strung up tarps from one side to the other so they have a place to sleep in to get some shade during the day staff at hospitals. Say they continue to get a steady heavy stream of patients with quake injuries. is a huge problem because waterpipes broke. So it's getting delivered and trucks and people have to come out and fill their buckets in the streets. So yeah things remain. Incredibly rough our supplies getting to the people in neom they are starting to Supplies are getting flown in and helicopters and planes a several convoys goods made it into the region Yesterday i saw the first distribution of stuff into a community west of loci unicef and red cross. They were handing out tarps blankets. Water cans five gallon buckets with sanitary supplies. But really it is a drop in the bucket. People continue to say they need help particularly with tarps and buildings of lies also food many people their entire kitchen pantry was destroyed when their house collapsed. Businesses were damaged so to the needs. They remain huge those pictures or awful To see is there a plan though jason for people who lost their homes. You know not yet. You know it's an interesting question. What people are going to do. A lot of people have moved into schools and are sleeping in the classrooms. Other schools collapsed. Fortunately school wasn't in session or there could have been some horrific scenes in some of them. bruno moss. They have unicef. F- in haiti. Also points out that thousands of kids in this region. They're supposed to be going back to school in the next couple of weeks. You have nine four schools who are awfully destroyed or that much. Twenty foot destroyed seventy four passionately match in. He went out and was touring some of them. So what is going to happen with. The schools is a big question. Some are going to have to be rebuild. It's pretty hard however to see how the school year is going to start here on time and his normal npr's jason.

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"jason bobi" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"jason bobi" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Flash flooding and says some local areas could get up to five inches of rain. You're listening to npr news. In haiti the death toll from last weekend's catastrophic earthquake is more than nineteen hundred people. Npr's jason bobi and isn't southern haiti and says ten thousand people were injured. The vast majority of the fatalities were in the southwestern most part of hating the tallies of vote deaths and injuries are expected to rise. Search and rescue operations continue in spots where people are still believed to be trapped. The number of injured is also expected to go up as hospitals have been struggling to treat all of the incoming u s coast guard helicopters. Have been ferrying. Some of the most critical patients to port au prince for more sophisticated treatment but others with less severe injuries have been waiting days to be seen medical aid groups and the haitian government say. They're doing the best. They can in extremely difficult conditions including tropical storm to get all the patients. Jason bobbie-ann npr news in southern haiti opening. Statements are set for today in new york in the federal trial of our nba star. R kelly. He's accused of sexual exploitation of girls and women and sexual trafficking among other charges. Kelly has pleaded not guilty to all the accusations separately. He faces federal charges in illinois on accusations of child pornography and obstructing justice is again pleaded not guilty. The george election board is poised to create a review panel. That could strip the state's most populous county of the power of running its own elections. The county is home to atlanta and many democratic voters georgia republican lawmakers claim without providing evidence. That the county's elections have been badly conducted on korva coleman. Npr news from washington support for npr and the following message. come from american express. Make the most of your life with offers on travel. Dining and entertainment. Learn more at american express dot com slash with amex..

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Hospitals Overwhelmed in Haiti After Earthquake Injures Thousands

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00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Hospitals Overwhelmed in Haiti After Earthquake Injures Thousands

"Death toll continues to rise. In haiti from saturday's powerful earthquake. Npr's jason bobi near the city of loci reports officials. Say at least nine thousand nine hundred forty one people have died and another ten thousand were injured in the quake. The vast majority of the fatalities were in the southwestern most part of hating the tallies of vote deaths and injuries are expected to rise. Search and rescue operations continue in spots where people are still believed to be trapped. The number of injured is also expected to go up as hospitals have been struggling to treat all of the incoming u s coast guard helicopters. Have been ferrying. Some of the most critical patients to port au prince for more sophisticated treatment but others with less severe injuries have been waiting days to be seen medical aid groups and the haitian government say. They're doing the best. They can in extremely difficult conditions including a tropical storm to get all the

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"jason bobi" Discussed on NPR News Now

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03:17 min | 1 year ago

"jason bobi" Discussed on NPR News Now

"I'm <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> lakshmi <Speech_Female> singh. The <Speech_Female> taliban are declaring. <Speech_Female> They are not the <Speech_Female> taliban of twenty years <Speech_Female> ago in their <Speech_Female> first public remarks <Speech_Female> since they seize control <Speech_Female> of kabul two days ago <Speech_Female> the ultra conservative <Speech_Female> islamist group <Speech_Female> with a lengthy track <Speech_Female> record of atrocities <Speech_Female> so they <Speech_Female> would not prevent women and <Speech_Female> girls from attending school <Speech_Female> provided. It's within <Speech_Female> the confines of what they <Speech_Female> regard as islamic <Speech_Female> law. <Speech_Female> Despite scathing criticism <Speech_Female> the biden administration <Speech_Female> is defending <Speech_Female> the withdrawal of. Us <Speech_Female> troops today. National <Speech_Female> security kaiser. <Speech_Female> Jake sullivan <Speech_Female> said during a white <Speech_Female> house. Press briefing the <Speech_Female> entire national security <Speech_Female> teams <SpeakerChange> united <Silence> in that decision. <Speech_Male> We gave twenty <Speech_Male> years <Speech_Male> of american <Speech_Male> blood. <Speech_Male> Treasure <Speech_Male> sweat and tears <Speech_Male> in afghanistan. <Speech_Male> We gave them <Speech_Male> every capacity <Speech_Male> in <Speech_Male> terms of training <Speech_Male> and equipment <Speech_Male> to stand up and fight <Speech_Male> for themselves and <Speech_Male> at some point <Speech_Male> it was <Speech_Male> time for the united <Speech_Male> states to say <Speech_Male> that the afghan <SpeakerChange> people <Speech_Female> had to stand up for themselves. <Speech_Female> Military <Speech_Female> flights with evacuees <Speech_Female> have resumed a kabul <Speech_Female> airport. The pentagon <Speech_Female> says it hopes to evacuate <Speech_Female> five thousand nine <Speech_Female> thousand americans <Speech_Female> in afghan allies per <Speech_Female> day. Meanwhile <Speech_Female> the european union's <Speech_Female> holding emergency <Speech_Female> talks in brussels <Speech_Female> about the possibility <Speech_Female> of a new surge in afghan <Speech_Female> refugees <Speech_Female> in paris. Npr's <Speech_Female> eleanor <SpeakerChange> beardsley <Speech_Female> has more on that <Speech_Female> yen. <Speech_Female> Stoltenberg the secretary <Speech_Female> general of <Speech_Female> nato said eight <Speech_Female> hundred nato personnel <Speech_Female> or at the kabul <Speech_Female> airport. Securing <Speech_Female> it and <SpeakerChange> helping <Speech_Male> people get out. <Speech_Male> The taliban must <Speech_Male> respect and <Speech_Male> facilitate the <Speech_Male> safe departure <Speech_Male> or <SpeakerChange> all those <Speech_Male> who wished to leave. <Speech_Female> Many officials <Speech_Female> seem to be pending their <Speech_Female> hopes on a different <Speech_Female> taliban. This time <Speech_Female> around all <Speech_Female> my mouth. Jacques an expert <Speech_Female> on the taliban <Speech_Female> who just published <Speech_Female> warlords survival. <Speech_Female> The delusion <Speech_Female> of state building <Speech_Female> in afghanistan <Speech_Male> says <SpeakerChange> that's a pipe <Speech_Music_Male> dream <Speech_Music_Male> such thing as taliban <Speech_Music_Male> if organized <Speech_Music_Male> better they understandings <Speech_Male> national politics <Speech_Music_Male> better so <Speech_Male> they might be that <Speech_Male> diplomats but <Speech_Male> they haven't <SpeakerChange> changed ideologically <Speech_Female> for now. <Speech_Female> Eu countries have <Speech_Female> stopped deporting <Speech_Female> illegal afghan migrants <Speech_Female> but officials <Speech_Female> say a new strategy <Speech_Female> is needed to deal with <Speech_Female> what will certainly be <Speech_Female> a massive <Speech_Female> new wave of afghan <Speech_Female> refugees. Eleanor <Speech_Female> countries have <Speech_Female> stopped deporting <Speech_Female> illegal afghan migrants <Speech_Female> but officials <Speech_Female> say a new strategy <Speech_Female> is needed to deal with <Speech_Female> what will certainly be <Speech_Female> a massive <Speech_Female> new wave of afghan <Speech_Female> refugees. Eleanor <Speech_Female> beardsley <SpeakerChange> npr <Speech_Female> news. Paris <Speech_Female> heavy rains and strong <Speech_Female> winds from tropical <Speech_Female> storm. Grace have <Speech_Female> been pounding parts of haiti. <Speech_Female> That are still reeling <Speech_Female> from saturday's <Speech_Female> earthquake. Npr's <Speech_Female> jason bobi <Speech_Female> n. Is near the <SpeakerChange> hard hit. <Speech_Female> Southern city of loci <Speech_Male> many residents <Speech_Male> of the chi- been sleeping <Speech_Male> outside after <Speech_Male> their homes were damaged <Speech_Male> or destroyed in the <Speech_Male> quake ahead of the <Speech_Male> arrival of this current storm. <Speech_Male> Hundreds of people <Speech_Male> in loci attempted to erect <Speech_Male> simple shelters <Speech_Male> out of whatever materials <Speech_Male> they could find on <Speech_Male> the edges of an outdoor market. <Speech_Male> The haiti <Speech_Male> country representative <Speech_Male> for catholic. Relief <Speech_Male> services keen <Speech_Male> kick. 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"jason bobi" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"jason bobi" Discussed on NPR News Now

"I'm nora raum. The taliban of entered afghanistan's capital kabul and the government. There is disintegrating afghan president shroff. Ghani has left the country at the american embassy. The flag is down and the acting. Us ambassador has been evacuated along with his staff to the airport. Npr's michelle kellerman reports. A core embassy group is working at an alternate site at the airport in kabul but officials warned that the security situation there is changing quickly so the embassy is instructing. Us citizens in afghanistan to shelter in place. Those who need assistance to leave are being asked to register online that includes the spouses and children of us citizens who are seeking immigrant visas. The biden administration has brought about twelve hundred afghans to the us in recent weeks but there are tens of thousands more seeking to flee fearing retribution from the taliban for working with the us michelle kellerman. Npr news washington. The biden administration is being criticized for the way events or unraveling. In afghanistan congressman. Michael mccall of texas is the top republican on the house foreign affairs committee. He said the president didn't seem to have a plan on how to remove. Us troops in an orderly fashion. The community she goes every right to make this decision. It's just once. He made the decision we had to be prepared and had a plan a strategy to deal with what was going to happen when i got the intelligence security police In in the administration says well the icu. Very grim in their assessment bay predicted. Exactly what is happening today. Were as everybody else. Seems so surprised. Mcconnell called it an unmitigated disaster of epic proportions. search and rescue efforts continue in haiti to find people trapped by yesterday's seven point two magnitude earthquake. The quake has killed more than twelve hundred people injured thousands more and his left an untold number homeless. Npr's jason bobi reports haitians injured in. The quake had to wait for hours for medical attention as hospitals in the island. South are struggling both with a surge in patients and damage to their own facilities officials. Say they continue to search for. People believed to still be alive and trapped in collapsed. Buildings roads remain blocked by debris along major arteries in several parts of the southwest of the country that were hit the hardest by the quake officials have declared a national state of emergency as aid groups attempt to get medical supplies water food and tarps to people who lost nearly everything in the disaster. The quake struck in a part of haiti that was ravaged by hurricane. Matthew in two thousand sixteen and is now bracing for heavy rains from a tropical depression. That's expected to arrive late monday. And into tuesday morning. Jason bobi on. Npr news port-au-prince. You're listening to npr news. More than one hundred large wildfires. Continue to burn more than a dozen western states blazin utah. That was initially very fast. Moving has slowed down but it's still zero percent contained and as many as eight thousand homes are under evacuation orders for member station k. u. e. r. sonia hudson reports. The fire started on the side of a freeway outside salt lake city on saturday afternoon. It spread rapidly up a hill towards several communities. Fire officials quickly called in airplanes helicopters in hand crews from multiple states to battle the blaze. By saturday night they say fire activity had become minimum. And it stayed that way. Throughout the day on sunday state officials did keep a nearby reservoir closed on sunday so that helicopters could get water from it to fight the fire for npr news. I'm sonia hudson. The texas supreme court ruled today that two counties in texas may not institute mask mandates in schools the counties had sued over governor greg abbott's executive order banning such mandates lower courts agreed but now the state supreme court ruled. The county's can't defy the ban while the matter is being fully litigated in court. Another hearing.

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"jason bobi" Discussed on NPR News Now

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04:35 min | 1 year ago

"jason bobi" Discussed on NPR News Now

"I'm janine herbst with the taliban now patrolling. The streets of afghanistan's capital kabul and the country's president having fled the city. President biden is at camp david where he is conferring with national security officials. Npr's mara liasson has more the president and vice president med by video conference with the white house national security team. The president discussed with his military and diplomatic aids the draw down of civilian personnel in afghanistan. And how to evacuate afghan interpreters and others who worked for the us military in a statement. The president said he was sending an additional five thousand us troops to help evacuate us allies and afghan personnel. He also said he's asked the intelligence community to maintain the capability to address future terrorist threats from afghanistan. The taliban have released thousands of prisoners including some al-qaeda fighters and there is concern that al qaeda terrorists may soon once again have a safe haven in afghanistan. The very thing the us went to war to prevent twenty years ago mara liasson. Npr news afghanistan's former president amid karzai. Posted a statement on social media saying afghan leaders have created a coordination council to meet with the taliban and manage the transfer of power but british prime minister. Boris johnson says world leaders should be wary of granting legitimacy to a taliban government. They lamarcus has more. Johnson said the west should explain to a new taliban government that nobody wants afghanistan to once more become what he called a breeding ground for tara. Something that several legislators from his own conservative party of worn may happen do you kayleigh tobruk cost as he wanted to deliver on obligations to thousands of british nationals in afghanistan as well as those who've quote helped british effort such as interpreters who worked with british troops who fought alongside americans against the taliban by evacuating as many of them as quickly as possible. He said the. Uk's ambassador in kabul is working round the clock at the city airport to help process the visa. Applications of such individuals acknowledged. It was quite fair to say the. Us decision to pull out has accelerated the talibans military advance for npr news on villa mugs and under the death toll from the magnitude seven point two earthquake. That struck haiti. Yesterday has risen to at least one thousand two hundred ninety seven with twenty eight hundred. People injured. Haitians are racing to rescue people using crude tools to dig through the rubble as tropical storm. Grace heads to the island with heavy rains and gusty winds forecast that could hamper rescue efforts. And here's jason. Bobi has more from puerto port-au-prince. They're still attempting to pull people out of the rubble. The the number of missing is still unknown because they simply don't know how many people are missing. There are search and rescue teams in there and there are more search and rescue teams on their way. Npr's jason bobi reporting from puerto sprints. People are sleeping in the street to avoid collapsing buildings as foreign aid. Groups sent people supplies and equipment to the impoverished country. You're listening to npr news. The delta variant sending a surge of unvaccinated people to the hospital in the southern us as blake farmer of member station. Wpn in nashville reports. There's now a waiting line for a life saving treatment. The highest level of cova care. Ecm machines are the last line of defense for many cova patients if a ventilator oxygen aren't enough the patient's blood can be routed through one to basically do the work of both the heart and lungs but only major medical centers have them. Dr aaron millstone at a hospital outside nashville says he has a forty eight year old covert patient. Who badly needs ecm. Oh but she keeps getting beat out for an opening sometimes by patients from out of state. So when you talk about rationing care we are already there. Hospitals and much of the south have already surpassed or expect soon surpass. The previous high points of cove in one thousand nine patients set before vaccines were widely available for npr news. I'm blake farmer in nashville. The price of a gallon of gas rose three cents over the past three weeks to three dollars. Twenty five cents for a gallon of regular. the lundberg survey says that's a dollar higher than it was a year ago. The highest prices in the san francisco bay area at four dollars fifty cents a gallon. The lowest is in baton rouge at two dollars. Seventy four cents a gallon. Oil analysts say prices at the pump could hold steady in the future because crude oil prices has started to fall you as futures contracts are trading lower at this hour dow futures contract down about one tenth of a percent crude oil futures are down about four tenths of a percent. You're listening to npr news..

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02:43 min | 1 year ago

"jason bobi" Discussed on NPR News Now

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"I'm amy held after a month. Long march over much of afghanistan. The taliban today has reached the gates of the seat of power kabul. The afghan interior minister addressed the nation. Saying negotiations are underway to ensure a peaceful transfer of power. The bbc's on barisan at rajon has more the laws. Few hours have seen dramatic in the afghan capital kabul. I taliban militants were seen on the outskirts of the city regarding panic and fear among the residents then a taliban spokesman issued a statement saying that fighters had been ordered to remain on their just of the capital and not to attack it added that the islamist group did not intend to take revenge on anyone who had served in the afghan government or military. The afghan interior administered said talks. Were taking place to ensure a peaceful transition of power and the city will not be attacked. The developments gave after the taliban captured several provincial. Capitals in the past twenty four hours leaving kabul. The only major city under government control aftershocks continued to rattle haiti in the wake of the largest earthquake to hit the nation since another one devastated at eleven years ago. Npr's jason bobi and reports. At least three hundred and four people are dead. Prime minister ariel enrique toured the area and declared a national state of emergency. The prime minister says the violent quake has caused enormous devastation. Aid groups are rushing to both assess the damage and move supplies into the area locals report that many roads and bridges in the region have been destroyed or blocked by debris from the seven point two quake which hit eight twenty nine. Am local time saturday. Morning hospitals are setting up extra awards intense to take care of the injured. In the city of jeremy a multi storey hotel in chi- collapsed killing. It's owner former senator. The haitian directorate of civil protection says many of the first people rescued from collapsed. Buildings were pulled out local residents who rushed to their aid. Jason bobi on npr news. The delta variant is sending a surge of unvaccinated people to hospitals across the southern. Us blake farmer of member station. Wpn reports from nashville. Where there's now a wait for a life. Saving treatment needed by some of the very sickest cova patients ecm machines are the last line of defense for many covert patients if a ventilator and oxygen aren't enough the patient's blood can be routed through one to basically do the work of both the heart and lungs but only major medical centers have them. Dr aaron millstone at a hospital outside nashville says he has a forty eight year old covert patient. Who badly needs ecm. Oh but she keeps getting beat out for an opening sometimes by patients from out of state. So when you talk about rationing care we are already there. Hospitals and much of the south have already surpassed or expect soon surpass. The previous high points of cove in one thousand nine patients set before vaccines were widely available for npr news. I'm blake farmer in nashville. It's npr news new york state police investigating yesterday's tour. Bus crash are asking anybody who witnessed it to step forward. More than fifty. People were hospitalized after the bus bound for niagara falls ran off the road and rolled over injuries range from minor to serious. The bus left the poughkeepsie area before crashing on interstate ninety more than one hundred miles east of its destination in canada. Prime minister justin trudeau is set to hold a significant meeting. This morning with the governor general. Dan carpenter reports from toronto. Trudeau is seeking an early national election that could strengthen his hold on power according to his official itinerary trudeau and his wife. Sophie gregoire trudeau will meet with governor. General mary simon at ten. Am which will set in motion the dissolution of parliament and the election process the move ends weeks of speculation about whether trudeau will put his minority government on the line gambling on its handling of the pandemic. The election campaign will be at least five weeks long but we'll have a far different look from previous campaigns because of govan nineteen public health restrictions polls over the past couple of weeks suggested trudeau was flirting with majority territory but in the last couple of days newer polls suggested. That's not the case with most canadians showing little stomach for a national vote for npr news. I'm dan carpenter in toronto tyler. Gilbert of the arizona diamondbacks ended last night's victory over the san diego padres with a claim on baseball history becoming the first pitcher in nearly seven decades to throw a no hitter in his first major league start. I made me held in washington. And you're listening to npr news..

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"I'm nora raum. A huge infrastructure. Bill is moving slowly through the senate. Senators voted sunday to advance the legislation. Which would spend nearly a trillion dollars to improve the nation's roads and bridges. A final vote could come monday or tuesday. A federal moratorium on evictions is now in effect until october third. Although as legality is being questioned it was extended by the by the administration and the supreme court has suggested that congressional approval is needed democratic congresswoman. Corey bush had camped out on the capitol steps to call his extension. She says federal money has already been allocated to help people behind in their rent and it should be spent. We have to do the work to make sure that our states and our local governments are able to To release this money. Get this money out into the hands of the people who need it. the most. It's estimated more than three and a half million. Americans are at risk of being evicted in the next few months once an addiction moratorium expires. Well cove nineteen cases continued to rise in the us. they're also increasing in many other parts of the world. Npr's jason bobi reports reported daily cova cases in europe have tripled since the middle of june as more and more countries grapple with the highly infectious delta variant. The world health organization's office for the eastern mediterranean is reporting record numbers of new infections. They're driven by major surges in iran iraq and turkey. Africa is also in the midst of its most significant kovic wave yet. This includes a major increase in cases in north africa. Which had had fairly low numbers in the past tunisia. Just announced its largest vaccination drive to date. Meanwhile morocco has extended a nighttime curfew to try to slow the spread of the virus. Their daily case numbers in morocco have increased twenty five. Fold over the last six weeks and show no sign of slowing down jason bobi. Npr news the dixie. Fire is now the second largest in california history spreading to more than four hundred sixty thousand acres. It's now only twenty one percent contained. Npr's amy held reports heavy. Smoke from the dixie. Fires helping block the sun and reduce heat but the dry mountain vegetation remains vulnerable to emperors. Here's plumas county sheriff. Tot john's we have seen erratic behavior with the dixie fire. The weather cooperated for the last few days decades change. And we're certainly not clear yet earlier dry. Gus pushed the dixie fire. Too extreme growth consuming the town of greeneville and hundreds of homes theresa hatch escaped with her family. These people that are played out worthy go. California's fire season is to be the worst on record as the warming. Climate makes large destructive blazes. More likely the dixie fire is the biggest among more than one hundred active western wildfires any held. Npr news this is npr news. The new york governors top aide has resigned. Melissa de sent a statement sunday night that she's stepping down saying the past two years have been emotionally and mentally trying a report from the state attorney. General says an investigation found governor. Mario cuomo had sexually harassed eleven women. The government of mozambique says it's retaken a key port from isis linked rebels. Npr's ava peralta reports. This comes amid an international push against the islamist insurgency over the past year. The useless group soon up has taken over ports and strategic cities in northern mozambique this spring the oil giant total suspended a huge natural gas project after the isis linked group attacked in installation since then rwanda botswana in south africa have sent troops to help mozambique's military in its fight against the insurgency now backed by rwandan troops. Mozambique says it has taken control of most simba the pariah which has been a stronghold of answer soon sooner for about a year analysts. Say this is no doubt a huge symbolic victory but now comes the hard part securing that territory for the long run impair. News keep town. The united nations is to release a report. Monday on the latest scientific information on climate change is likely to warn the planet is warming quickly with damaging effects. Scientists say the world must cut its globally missions in half by the year twenty thirty. I'm nora raum npr news..

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"The drive to vaccinate the world against corona virus looks very different depending on which country in the united states is now given at least one shot to most of the adult population. Some rich countries are beginning booster shots that would be third shot for some people. Many poor countries have barely started. Vaccinations at all. And the discrepancy explains why the world health organization opposes booster shots for now. Npr global health correspondent jason bobi and joins us. Now a jason. Y is the. Who saying this now. I think the who is actually getting quite frustrated with the global inequity in access to vaccines. You got more than eighty percent of the doses that have been administered so far in this pandemic have been in high income and upper middle income countries while poor countries. Continue to struggle just to get their hands on access to vaccines and this is despite the. Who highlighting this problem for months. Now if you look at it you've now got roughly half the entire. Us population fully vaccinated. Yet if you look in the philippines it's less than seven percent in guatemala. It's two percent in nigeria. it's just one percent. The head of who tasers at non montgomery says basically says wealthy nations have been hogging most of the available vaccines and he says they shouldn't now start handing out booster shots. While these low income countries can't even get their most vulnerable people vaccinated. We need urgent reversal from the majority of vaccines going to high income countries to the majority going to low income countries in. This isn't just a global solidarity argument. It's also that from a public health perspective. You have to drive down the levels of virus everywhere if the world has ever finally going to get this pandemic under control what you just said. They're getting the pandemic under control. How's that gone you know. Unfortunately the global trends are not good worldwide. The number of reported cases just past two hundred million. Everyone agrees that that's an undercount of the true number but even more significantly the number of cases continue to go up for the last six weeks. Numbers globally have been steadily climbing. Some places around the world are worse than others. Cuba for instance is seeing a big spike right now from having almost no cases at the beginning of the year they're now reporting eight sometimes nine thousand new cases per day. They've they've even turn some hotels out in the middle of the country and dacoven treatment wards and then elsewhere you look at indonesia malaysia thailand. They're all dealing with significant surges iran. Turkey iraq in that area. You're also seeing some sharp upticks. So this continues to ebb and flow but countries that have a few months ago looked like they had this licks. Now they're really getting slammed. So jason. okay. What does this mean then for the big question that i'm sure everyone has which is when is this pandemic finally going to be over right..

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"Live from npr news in washington. I'm windsor johnston in alternate on the. Us women's olympic gymnastics team has tested positive for the corona virus. Npr's tom goldman reports. The opening ceremonies are set to get underway in tokyo on friday. A statement from usa gymnastics says one of the four replacement athletes on the women's team received a positive corona virus tests sunday the unnamed athlete and another. Us alternate are being kept separated from others. There's no word as to whether star simone biles or the other. Us competitors have been affected. The usa statement says the olympic athletes are continuing their preparation for the games. The us women are scheduled to begin competition. This sunday so for nearly sixty positive corona virus cases reportedly have been connected to the tokyo games including several athletes staying in the olympic village. A key medical advisor to the international olympic committee says the cases are quote. What we expected to see with the extensive testing being implemented tom goldman. Npr news tokyo. The biden administration and congressional democrats are moving ahead with efforts to pass legislation that would strengthen voting rights at the federal level. Senator amy klobuchar is in georgia holding the first senate rules committee meeting outside of washington in twenty years. We're here to get out of washington to really get the facts and the evidence to bring them back to washington so our colleagues can see how bad this truly is and the rules. Committee's never gone on the road for decades. But we're starting now and we're not going to end here. Republican led legislatures and forty eight states have introduced hundreds of bills that would restrict voting rights. At least fourteen states have passed those measures into law stocks opened sharply lower this morning as a surge in new coronal buyers infections ways on markets around the world. Npr's scott horsely reports. The dow jones industrial average tumbled more than six hundred points in early trading stocks. Were also down in europe and asia overnight. Japan's nikkei average fell one and a third percent as several athletes tested positive for the corona virus. Days before the start of the tokyo olympics on friday oil prices are also lower after opec. Another big oil producers including russia reached an agreement to boost production in the coming months graduate. Reversing the cuts. That were made early. In the pandemic the benchmark price of west texas crude fell below seventy dollars a barrel. The falling price of oil should put downward pressure on gasoline prices. Though you're not seeing that yet aaa says the average price of gas is now three seventeen a gallon ten cents a gallon higher than a month ago scott horsely. Npr news washington stocks. Continue to trae lower on wall street at this hour. The dow was down seven hundred. Fifteen points the nasdaq composite down. Two hundred forty four this is. Npr news in washington crews in southern oregon are working to contain a fast moving wildfire that has scorched more than three hundred thousand acres. The bootleg fire has been burning along the oregon and california border for nearly two weeks. Officials say drying conditions and record high temperatures. Have been fueling. The place in northern california firefighters are battling ablaze. Near lake tahoe. Wildfires are also burning in parts of arizona. Montana and idaho a series of events commemorating haitian president giovanelli. Moe's will take place this week. Npr's jason bobi reports. the president who was assassinated earlier. This month will be laid to rest. On friday haiti will hold a national day of tribute to assassinated president. Moi's on tuesday. This will be followed by a wake and k patient on thursday in a state funeral on friday over the weekend noises widow. Martine returned to haiti on a private jet after being treated in a miami hospital for gunshot wounds sustained during the attack on her husband flanked by security. She wore a black face mask black sling in black bulletproof vest as she walked across the tarmac. The first lady's expected to be involved in planning the funeral officials say she will attend the burial in cape haitian. She's one of the key. Witnesses the assassination in one question is whether she will speak publicly at the event. Jason bobi on npr news. Puerto prints out dating stocks on wall street. The dow jones industrial average is down seven hundred twenty three points the s&p five hundred also trading lower down seventy five. This is npr news in washington..

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"Live from npr news. I'm janine herbst. Haitians returned to church today in large numbers for the first time since the assassination of president louise and fierce jason bobi an importer prints reports. The country remains in shock from the killing at the church on the rock in the del moth. Thirty one neighborhood of port-au-prince parishioners stand with their hands in the air swaying and singing in the tropical heat. Church officials say that this weekend was the first time that significant numbers of people have come back to services since the assassination faster. Jimmy morales says even before the president's killing gang violence gas shortages and economic woes. Were keeping some parishioners from church. Assassination he says made things worse in haiti. We don't go. That's the challenge. It may be unclear. Who is the head of state. But pastor arolla says haitians are still able to rely on their faith in god jason bobbie-ann npr news. Rescue workers are searching for survivors in the aftermath of one of the worst flooding disasters to hit western europe in modern history. The death toll in western germany and belgium is topped one hundred. Eighty rebecca rosman has more from brussels. While the number of those unaccounted for has dropped significantly. Officials say there are still dozens missing. They expect the death toll to continue to rise as the cleanup gets underway several villages surrounding the edge belgium's third largest city all but decimated dozens of homes flat into street. Pavement cracked open and cars. Overturned firefighters and soldiers there have brought in tanks to scoop up the rubble and what equates to millions of euros worth of damage for npr news. I'm rebecca rosman in brussels. California's governor is facing a recall and more than forty people filed to run in hopes of replacing him. Nicole nixon from cap radio has more. The former mayor of san diego a state lawmaker and transgender icon caitlyn jenner. Those are a few of the forty one candidates who met the filing deadline to run in the recall election against california governor gavin. Newsom newsom is a democrat and is backed by the party. He was able to keep any other establishment democrats from entering the race. The first term governor is faced praise and criticism for his handling of the pandemic measures put in place to limit the spread of the virus shuttered businesses and kept most students out of classrooms for an entire year. Every california voter will be mailed a ballot for the recall which is set for september fourteenth for npr news. I'm nicole nixon. The largest wildfire in the country is burned nearly three hundred thousand acres of land in oregon erratic winds are feeding the bootleg fire. Making it dangerous for firefighters. Authorities expanded evacuations that now affects some two thousand residents the blaze which is twenty two percent contained has burned at least sixty seven homes of one hundred outbuildings. This is npr news. South africans today celebrated nelson mandela day in the aftermath of the violence triggered by the jailing of former president. Jacob zuma for contempt the unrest once again exposed the economic and racial faultlines mandela dedicated his life to fighting as ishmael mondego reports the violence in a neighborhood where at least twenty of the more than two hundred fatalities during the unrest died residents of the indian neighbor the phoenix outside durban in kwazulu-natal who took up arms to protect their properties allegedly unleashed violence on blacks angry. Blacks told police minister. Big taylor who has been to phoenix several times. During the past week there was talked on public roads harassed and some head caused. Torched by indian vigilantes so i'll africa is home to more than a million indian descendents of indentured liberals and migrants who arrived from india during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries for npr news. I m ishmael wound in harari in saudi arabia. Tens of thousands of vaccinated muslim pilgrims are circling islam's holiest site in mecca for the start of the hajj. They remained socially distanced and wore masks. The hajj wants to millions from across the globe. But this year just sixty thousand people who already reside in saudi arabia are being allowed to perform it. Us futures contracts are trading lower at this hour. The dow futures contract down about one tenth of a percent nasdaq futures contract down a fraction. I'm janine herbst and you're listening to npr news..

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"Live from npr news. I'm lakshmi saying to california. Men are charged with allegedly plotting to firebomb the democratic headquarters in sacramento as npr's ryan lucas reports. Both men are in custody. Ian rogers and jared copeland are facing several federal charges including one count of conspiracy to destroy a building by fire or explosives. According to the indictment the men prompted by the outcome of the twenty twenty presidential election began in november to plan an attack against the democratic headquarters in sacramento in one text. Message cited in the indictment rogers wrote to copeland quote. I want to blow up a democrat building bad. The indictment says officers seized more than forty guns from rogers. Home and business as well as five. Pipebombs rogers was arrested in january. Copeland was taken into custody this week. Ryan lucas. Npr news washington the interim prime minister of haiti's facing growing challenges to his authority more than a week. After presidential vinyl moe's was assassinated presidential and legislative elections are currently scheduled for september twenty sixth but reuters reports haitian senator patrice won't and outspoken critic of maurice's rule believes fair elections won't be possible for at least a year meanwhile the hunt continues for several fugitives in connection with maurice's death. Npr's jason bobi and says investigators are also trying to determine how the suspects were able to enter the slain presidents heavily guarded home so easily. Investigators are basically trying to go with the bigger picture here in this investigation. They're expanding beyond these two dozen or so colombian mercenaries who were at the scene of the night president. Louise was killed and they're looking at. Who hired them. Who let them into the presidential palace. If indeed it was the colombians who were the first ones there some of them have claimed that the president was already dead when they stormed the private residence. Npr's jason bobi reporting from port-au-prince officials. Say the former chief of the president's security detail has been placed in isolated detention and will be questioned further about his actions the night of the assassination the federal aviation administration is ordering airlines to inspect thousands of boeing seven. Thirty sevens because of a potential problem with a cabin pressure warning system. Npr's david schaper says the order effects. More than nine thousand jets. The faa directive orders more frequent inspections of cabin pressure. Alerts which is on boeing. Seven thirty sevens. Those switches are designed to help ensure that there is enough oxygen to breathe is. The planes climbed higher altitudes. The faa says the failure rate of the switches is much higher than initially estimated and poses a safety risk as pilots could become incapacitated if the switches failed to alert them to oxygen levels falling dangerously low the directive orders repeated testing of the switches and replacing them if necessary. The order applies to all versions of boeing seven. Thirty sevens including the max but the issue is not related to problems at caused to max and grounded the planes for nearly two years david schaper. Npr news this is npr. One of the companies affected by the us's regulator faa's a decision to ground seven. Thirty sevens is roads aviation base in honolulu that company being barred from flying or doing maintenance inspections until it meets faa regulations the agency did not disclose details of what prompted it to ground the carrier. The faa says. Its decision is separate from its investigation into july second crash. In which the company's boeing seven thirty-seven trans air plane went down in the waters off. Hawaii the coastguard rescued the two pilots. The news agency reuters says one of its award. Winning photojournalist has been killed shot while covering the conflict between the taliban and the military in afghanistan. npr's hadeed has more ready to send that photo journalists dodge. the dickey was killed in a taliban crossfire. That was according to an afghan commander who spoke to the news organization. So did he had been embedded with afghan special forces for they had been fighting to retake a market in the southern area spin boldak the taliban had recently overrun the area. Whether there's a border crossing with pakistan siddiqi was part of a reuters team that won a pulitzer prize in two thousand eighteen for documenting the raking go refugee crisis. The royd is president and its editor in chief said in a statement that sadiki wasn't outstanding photographer and a devoted husband and father de hadeed. Npr news the dow jones industrial average has fallen ninety four points since the open it stands a thirty four thousand eight hundred ninety two. I'm lakshmi singh npr news..

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"Live from npr news. I'm jack speer the investigation into the assassination of haitian president giovanella. We's continues to expand and byard jason bobi in says police are releasing more details about the killing and who they believe was behind it. Haitian national police now say they have roughly two dozen people in custody in connection with the murder of resin. Moe's they include. Eighteen colombian mercenaries to haitian americans who claim they are working as translators for the colombians and three haitians one of whom is the former head of security for the presidential palace in addition police. Say they've issued seven arrest warrants and four other individuals are wanted for questioning several of the suspects still at large allegedly met with at least two of the detainees earlier this year in the neighboring dominican republic. The meetings were about ousting. President moe's although it's unclear whether assassination was one of the options on the agenda. Jason bobi an npr news. Port-au-prince senate majority leader chuck schumer says. He's working to pressure fellow lawmakers to reach an agreement by next week on a pair of massive domestic spending bills the democrat announcing he scheduling procedural vote for next wednesday to begin debate on the still evolving one trillion dollar infrastructure. Bill schumer also wants democratic senators to reach an agreement among themselves on that same day on specific details of a separate ten year. Budget blueprint that calls for three and a half trillion in spending for climate change education and expansion of medicare defense attorneys for the men charged with murdering almond harbury last year as he was jogging in their neighborhood or asking georgia judge to shut reporters out of potential juror interviews member station w. Abc in atlanta. Louis oppenheimer has more the court motion argues. Jurors need to feel comfortable answering questions about race and other sensitive topics georgia law presumes court proceedings are open to the public with rare exceptions to ensure an impartial jury. Three white men. Trafficing gregory mcmichael. And william roddy. Brian are charged with murder in the twenty twenty. Killing of he was a twenty five year old black man who has chased and shot after the men mistook him for a burglar running through their neighborhood. Prominent civil rights attorney. Ben crump is representing the armory family. He's equated the case.

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"Live from npr news. In washington. In korva coleman democratic leaders are trying hard to sell their three and a half trillion dollar budget plan. Npr's franco or ordonio reports. Democrats have almost no wiggle room with slim majorities in the house and senate leaders essentially need every democrat to be on board and some like senator joe manchin a raising concerns about how it'd be paid for and for the plans cuts to fossil fuels concerned about inflation on on someone to see more the details. What's going on i'm concerned. Also about maintaining the mgm dependence adds details are still being worked out but the plans include establishing clean energy standards and funding universal. Pre-k democrats say. It'll be paid for through tax increases on corporations and wealthy americans those making more than four hundred thousand dollars a year franko or donas. Npr news washington the surgeon general. Dr vivek murthy is calling the spread of faults. Health information and urgent threat. He's releasing one of the surgeon. General's rare advisories murthy says all americans need to fight health misinformation. Because it's putting lives in danger about a third of adults in the us or not vaccinated against cove in nineteen murthy says. This is prolonging the pandemic. In haiti the head of security at the presidential palace has been arrested in connection with last week's assassination of patient. President jovan ways. Npr's jason bobi and reports from puerto sprints. The security chief is one of several officials that investigators want interview. Dmitry erard was detained late on wednesday after failing to answer a summons by prosecutors gerard in the heads of two other security teams charged with protecting president. Movies were relieved of their duties earlier. This week prosecutors and many haitians are asking how it was possible for the president to be killed yet. None of his guards injured arrest. Warrants have also been issued for three other haitians in connection with the attack they include a former senator and ex official in the anti-corruption commission and a businessman who faced charges of drug smuggling in the us. The warrants show a widening of the investigation beyond the two dozen colombian mercenaries who battled police outside the president's home in the wake of the killing jason bobbie-ann npr news port-au-prince. Devastating flooding is inundating parts of germany and belgium. At least thirty three people have been killed as me. Nicholson reports from berlin. That dozens of other people are missing. The hilly eifel region of rhineland palatinate has been declared a state of emergency after more than two months worth of rain fell in just twenty four hours with road's flooded several villages in the region on no longer accessible and with more continuous downpour expected today and tomorrow. The army is being deployed to help with rescue efforts as me nicholson reporting from berlin on wall street. The dow was down thirty three points at thirty four thousand nine hundred. The is down in about eleven points at fourteen thousand six hundred thirty four. You're listening to npr german chancellor. Angela merkel is in washington to meet president biden. Today it's likely her last official visit as miracle is leaving office this year. After sixteen years as germany's leader she and biden are expected to discuss gas pipeline from russia that the. Us opposes south. Africa is deploying more soldiers to deal with unrest in two provinces. Violence began last week. When former south african president jacob zuma was imprisoned the former president belongs to the zulu ethnic group. The king of the amazulu is appealing. For calm ish mahfoud equa- has more and emotional mitsuzuka's we who became king following his father's death in march condemned. The violence and looting has brought great shame. Upon all as fingers are pointed at my father's people. Dan rest started in kwazulu natal province and spread to how tang which includes johannesburg residents in primarily poor neighborhoods. Wear looting took place. A having difficulty accessing basics security forces going from door to door searching for looted goods. The police minister has warned they will arrest anybody found with new merchandise without some proof of purchase for npr news. I am ish. Mundi are in harry. The government of cuba says it will temporarily let travelers bring food and medicine into the country and won't make them pay extra fees for it. Cuba was rocked last sunday by massive anti-government protests cubans are outraged over the lack of food. High prices and the government's handling of the pandemic. I'm korva coleman. Npr news from washington..

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"Live from npr news. I'm lakshmi singh. At least sixteen people are now confirmed. Dead since part of the champlain tower south condos and serve side. Florida collapsed last thursday. Local authorities say four more bodies were pulled from the debris overnight. Miami dade county mayor daniele levin kava says investigators are still trying to locate one hundred forty seven individuals are detectives had been working around the clock to reach every single person. Who had we have been told may be missing by a loved one. We need to verify every report and to remove duplicates wherever possible thursday. Was the last day. Cruz pulled anyone alive out of the rubble of the building. North of miami president biden scheduled to visit surf side tomorrow and unprecedented heatwave continues to bring record breaking. Temperatures to the north western. Us excessive heat warnings are in effect in washington state and in parts of california nevada. Idaho and montana. Brian bowl of member station k. El-sisi reports officials in oregon are worried about the elevated risk of wildfires. There eric wise a meteorologist with a northwest inter agency coordination center which oversees fire management and suppression operations across oregon and washington. He says this year's wildfire season looks to be one of the driest since twenty fifteen and precipitation in june helped. A little drought has actually expanded and continued to get worse so as we head into july we are showing the entirety of washington and oregon at a higher than normal risk potential for those large costly fires. That we track oregon's twenty twenty wildfire season alone was the worst on record consuming more than a million acres and thousands of homes. At least eleven people died for npr news. I'm brian bowl in eugene. The united states will narrowly miss president. Biden's goal of seventy percent of adults getting their first cove in nineteen vaccine does by july fourth but as npr's hammer keith reports. That isn't stopping. The celebration anheuser. Busch had promised free beer. If the president's seventy percent goal was reached but says it's unlocking the beer giveaway early in celebration of the nation's progress. Budweiser released a video. Announcement featuring actor bill pullman who played the role of president in the nineteen ninety-six hit movie independence day in it. He delivered an epoch speech declaring independence from alien invaders. This time. it's kovin together. We celebrate independence hospitalizations and death from covert or way down and life has more or less return to normal for many but white house officials say they will continue working to get more people vaccinated tamra keith. Npr news the white house. You're listening to npr. News comedian bill cosby is being released from prison. This after the pennsylvania supreme court overturned his sexual assault conviction. In a case brought by andrea constand local firefighters in ethiopia's northern tigray region are rejecting calls for a ceasefire. Npr's jason bobi and reports. The rebels are vowing to drive government forces and other troops out of the region in an interview with the associated press spokesperson for the decry people's liberation front or dplf calls the government ceasefire. A sick joke. The dplf retook the regional capital of michaela earlier this week and is now pushing control more of the region. The rebel offensive is a stunning reversal in a brutal conflict involving the tb aleph ethiopian troops soldiers from neighboring eritrea and ethnic militias all sides have been accused of atrocities. The un in the us are warning. The fighting in africa's second most populous country has created a man made famine hundreds of thousands of people lack food as farmers have been unable to plant in agencies have been blocked from delivering supplies. Jason bobi. Npr news freetown. Public anger is said to be building against the lebanese government's response to fuel shortages and surging prices today armed residents reportedly took to the streets of tripoli firing their guns into the air and sporadically hurling stones at soldiers the associated press reports. The latest violence was driven by rumors at a young girl had died after electricity. Outages shut off for oxygen supply machine. An unnamed lebanese security official denies the reports that are circulating on social media. This is npr news..

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"Live from npr news in washington. I'm dave mattingly. Today marks thirty two years since the chinese military's deadly crackdown. on pro democracy demonstrators in tiananmen square. The foreign ministry in beijing is criticizing secretary of state antony blinken for his remarks accusing blinken of interfering in china's internal affairs on social media. Blinken says china kill thousands of protesters who were in his words simply calling for their rights and freedoms to be respected. The white house is expanding. The list of chinese companies deemed off limits to american firms because of their ties to china's military. President biden is adding twenty-eight chinese companies to the executive order i issued by then president trump. The expanded list includes telecom equipment maker hallway and china's national offshore oil corporation biden decision raises the total number of chinese companies to fifty nine republicans in georgia kickoff. Their party's convention today. Johnny kauffman with member station w. a. b. e. says the convention is expected to be a measure of the state. Gop's allegiance to former president. Donald trump many of the most committed. Gop activists will gather from around the state to catch up and hear speeches by candidates. For next year's midterm elections. Party activists will also pick the next state chair. The favourite is current chair. David shafer despite the fact he ran the party. During its biggest defeats in decades schaefer. Feverishly questioned the integrity of the twenty twenty election and secured an endorsement from trump challenging. Schaefer is jason shepherd who leads the cobb county. Gop in atlanta's more moderate suburbs governor. Brian camp is scheduled to speak but other elected officials who have drawn. The ire of trump are not for npr news. I'm johnny kauffman. In atlanta the centers for disease control and prevention says new corona virus infections have stations and deaths in the us continued declining. Has more people become fully vaccinated. Npr's wellstone reports on the latest data. New infections are down about thirty percent. On average from last week and fewer people are ending up in the hospital for covid nineteen in early january more than sixteen thousand people were being admitted to hospitals every day now the country's averaging close to two thousand six hundred. Cdc director dr rachelle will end. Ski celebrated the progress in a white house briefing. We can all agree. These trends are going in the right direction. Deaths from cove nineteen are slowly coming down. Though almost four hundred people are still dying. Each day will end ski encourage parents to get their adolescent children vaccinated. The fda says the shots are safe for kids as young as twelve will stone npr news. Denmark says it plans to donate nearly three hundred fifty nine thousand doses of astrazeneca's covid nineteen vaccine to kenya. This is npr news from washington. A new report on cove nineteen in africa details how the disease has caused major social economic problems across the continent. Npr's jason bobi and in sierra leone says vaccination rates remained low in africa according to a new report from the mo ibrahim foundation scarce. Health resources have been diverted away from treating hiv malaria tb and other killer diseases. Schools were closed for months. on end. yet remote learning opportunities were minimal if non existent for the majority of students for the first in thirty years africa as a whole slipped into a recession during the pandemic and foreign investment fell precipitously as investors were unable to travel the report also warns that cova vaccination efforts are going incredibly slowly in some of the poorest. African nations may not carry out mass until late in twenty twenty four jason bobbie-ann. Npr news freetown. India is reporting a continued decline new corona virus infections the latest daily total tops. One hundred thirty two thousand. That's less than a third of what was seen many days last month when the country was setting records new. Delhi's latest twenty four hour infection. Count is less than five hundred. That's the lowest number there in more than two months. Syria is being criticized by an international chemical weapons watchdog. The head of the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons says syria likely or definitely used chemical weapons in seventeen cases it investigated for arias also says the findings race questions about a series. Initial serious initial declarations. I'm dave mattingly..

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India Sees World's Highest Daily Cases Amid Oxygen Shortage

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India Sees World's Highest Daily Cases Amid Oxygen Shortage

"Continue to surge to new highs in several parts of the world. India said a world record for daily cases for a second day in a row. Npr's jason bobi and reports the graph of new daily cova cases in india. This month looks like a skyscraper and it continues to point sharply up in the is now reporting more than three hundred and thirty thousand cases per day. The country is facing shortages of icu. Beds bottled oxygen and other supplies. Eight other countries are also reporting record levels of infections. These include turkey iran argentina. Well the number of

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Australia bushfires: second Victorian firefighter dies bringing human death toll to 28

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Australia bushfires: second Victorian firefighter dies bringing human death toll to 28

"And other firefighters died fighting Australia's devastating bushfires. NPR's Jason Building in in Sydney says a fatality brings a human death toll in the current fire season in Australia. To twenty-eight Bill Slade is the latest firefighter loses life in the devastating getting blazes. The sixty year old was killed while battling a fire in the southeastern state of Victoria when a tree fell in this vehicle another fiery as volunteers were called was killed in the state on January January. Third Australia's being hit with its worst bushfire season in decades millions of acres have been torched thousands of homes lost in dozens of blazes continue to rage aged out of control in three states. The Prime Minister Scott Morrison is considering establishing a Royal Commission to investigate why the fires have been so bad this year and to look at the role of climate change and the exacerbating the crisis. Two Thousand Nineteen was the hottest driest year on record in Australia. Jason Bobi on. NPR News

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With Their Land in Flames, Aboriginals Warn Fires Show Deep Problems in Australia

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With Their Land in Flames, Aboriginals Warn Fires Show Deep Problems in Australia

"As Australia has been ravaged by one of its worst bushfire seasons in history. There is a lot of debate about controlled. Burns and the role. That fire can play in managing managing fire aboriginal. Australians used fire to manage brush lands and forests long before Britain started sending convicts to the continent in the seventeen hundreds. NPR's Jason Bobi and caught up with an aboriginal teacher who just lost his home and camp to the raging infernos knoll Butler and his wife. Trish used to run the neuro. Ganja the aboriginal culture and education camp deep in a forest in New South Wales but last weekend inferno swept through their canyon up in front of us of course day. That's what's left warehouse. That was a two story. I frame house which I built. The inferno. Torched the camp their house and the surrounding woods for miles. And what you can see now is nothing not a single thing left. It's Oh absolutely completely destroyed. The ground is covered in powdery ash. Every tree trunk is charred. Char- black some of them still smolder. There's not a single green leaf left anywhere so Butler is putting out. Hey for the KANGAROOS and chickenfeed for the wallabies wallabies. Look long-legged goats. Lead Anything Butler has also been burying Kangaroos and wallabies. That were killed in the blaze. But he's seen one large grey kangaroos. reuss still alive and the tracks of some wallabies a few birds have returned. Butler and his wife used this place to hold camps and workshops and aboriginal culture than a program for troubled indigenous youth. School groups would come to learn about native art. History and food fire was a key issue. They teach about far in. This place is zero friend. Fire has been used by tying to look after this whole continent forever. Native peoples used what they called cool burns as low intensity fires intended to balance the various plants and trees growing in an area how we maintain that balance is far by not letting any wanting dominate the eucalyptus shouldn't be allowed to overrun all the other trees. If one starts to take over a grassland it should get burned back. Aboriginal people have generations of knowledge about managing the landscape on this continent. Butler says nordby public officials who rely on massive back Burns this week. The New South Wales Rural Fire Service Commissioner defended the large scale controlled burns. Firefighters have been using. There's been a torrent of criticism over the blazes uses the clearly frustrated. Commissioner declared the burns or necessary to try to cut back the amount of fuel available for the next blaze but Butler says. There's clearly a problem problem. Fires have been burning since October. All across Australia and officials say they continue to burn for months. The place is heading for destruction. Nobody can deny Benoy. Never can say this is just. This is normal. It isn't Australia. Had Hottest and driest year on record in two thousand Nineteen Butler puts the blame squarely on humans by in his words not respecting mother. Earth mismanaging the land and continuing to burn fossil fuels. Oh I think this is a wakeup call. Not The only frustration but for the rest of the world you cannot just destroy the land you cannot destroy what keeps you alive. Butler's father told him a long time ago. He says that the white man may have to destroy himself in order to save himself and Butler worried that now. That may be coming true. Jason bobbie-ann NPR N._p._R.. News New South Wales Australia.

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Australians Debate What To Do About Climate Change

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Australians Debate What To Do About Climate Change

"USTRALIAN still have time talking about climate change. Despite suffering record-breaking temperatures and unprecedented fire season global warming is generally accepted as fact in the country that just experienced its hottest and driest year on record in two thousand nineteen but Australia is also the the world's largest exporter of coal after hearing the parliamentary election. One of the biggest issues was what the media term. The Climate Wars Australian voters rejected the Labor Party which was lobbying for the country to move aggressively away from fossil fuels. NPR's Jason Bobi and reports from Sydney unlike debate on the issue in the US. For for a Lotta people refuse to accept establish science in Australia. The debate is more about the urgency of climate change. And how much should be done on it. How quickly with smoke? In the the air the record heat the ongoing drought millions and millions of acres of land on fire. There are daily reminders of the reality of the changing planet. But that doesn't mean people people agree on what should be done about it if you go back a couple of decades. There was largely bipartisan support in terms of climate action. That's Mark Houten. He's the director of the Climate Climate Change Institute at the Australian National University in Canberra but for a few different reasons With gone into a period of extreme polarization about climate change Enj- quite extraordinary degree of polarization about climate. Change three years ago. The Prime Minister Scott Morrison back when he was the treasurer famously brought a softball sized lump of coal into parliament in thrust it defiantly in the air is despicable. This is call fried treasurer nuys. The road along trump's ropes. It's called men and women who work and live in electric's of those offices Morrison said Coal Exports Ford what has made the Australian economy globally competitive. He accused legislators who are pushing for reductions in greenhouse gas emissions of stifling Australian jobs and he also suggested that his opponents suffer from a mental disorder is opposite. have an ideological illogical thea of good for qualified financially Mr Spike. But that's the malady that afflicts thighs opposite how the Australian National University says the polarization around on climate change has kept the country for moving forward. Not just to try to reduce emissions but to put in place additional coping measures like beefing up firefighting budgets. It's in bringing in more waterbombing airplanes. What's really extraordinary in Australia? is even though the politics are actually very toxic and problematic. Must Australians want action on climate change a poll last year from the Lao Institute the Think Tank in Sydney founded Australians listed climate change as the biggest threat facing the country in the coming decade cade and ninety percent of them said they wanted the government to take action on the issue. The town of Control of Park on the east coast south of Sydney was ravaged by wildfires. What's that flared? Over New Year's more than eighty houses were destroyed in two people died in the town. The community halls turned into a relief. Supply Station tables piled Donald with clothes. Toiletries food all of water. There's still no power generators running out front keep icing milk. Cold in a refrigerated shipping container. Deputy Mayor Patricia White is visiting the Community Center for the first time since the fire I leave about thirty K.. 's Up the road. I got stuck in the five as well but I've been itching to come down to this community because they like family to me. Whites and independent considers herself right of center. She's frustrated by how difficult it is to get people across the political spectrum to compromise during debates about climate change on the city council. They don't want to accept somebody else's opinion. She says the city council had a huge fight over whether to convert all municipal buildings to run entirely off solar. So do I signed to a right Pyeho. I'm not collecting the rubbish through online. Going to click the Ravi lobby ship three weeks because I need to save money because I want to put a solid roof on the toilet. You've got a balancing act and how you do it. She says everyone needs to back off in her words injured too because nearly everyone in Australia accepts that climate change is a real problem but it's an abstract and to some terrifying problem and end agreeing on exactly what should be done about it right now is proving almost impossible. Jason Bobi N._p._R.. News New South Wales Australia.

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A Place Where The Opioid Problem Is Upside Down

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06:56 min | 3 years ago

A Place Where The Opioid Problem Is Upside Down

"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity. Some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like Xfinity X. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply all right here in the United States too much access to opioids has led to rampant addiction and overdose but we're going to hear from a part of the world facing the exact opposite problem a lack of powerful pain medications in the Gambia in West Africa. Doctors want greater access to opioids. They say they can help speed a patient's recovery. NPR's Jason Bovine traveled there recently as part of our ongoing look at treating pain and and the story does contain some uncomfortable medical details. It's mid morning at the Gambia's only teaching hospital orthopedic Surgeon Cabot Marina is talking with several nurses about two operations that they're about to start. I just bring it into the United States. It's not going to be perfect. MARINA IS A fit thirty seven year old. He's pulling on scrubs. He and his staff are looking up an X. Rays of leg bones and a light box on the wall. A curtain divides the operating room into on the left is a fourteen year old. He fractured his knee in a soccer game in a collision goalie. His parents say he almost scored on the right is a twenty nine year old man. He was in a nasty car crash a week earlier and Tibia is now protruding coming from his Shin Doctrine says operations like these pain is unavoidable hammers and saws and Gills and things like that so so afterwards old patients expected how some pain but in the Gambia managing that pain can be difficult. I the Gambia is one of the poorest countries in the world. Many medications including painkillers are in short supply and even if Moreno can get powerful opioids for his patients nurses on the general wards aren't trained to administer or monitor them. Dr Moreno spent the last thirteen years working in the United Kingdom. He says one of the striking things about returning. Home is the contrast pain management everyone I I end up. I have to leave the world when they were doing dressings because I couldn't handle the screams but you get used to it which is not great but it's what you have to do. In order to survive in the environment lived in the operating room. Dr Moreno does have access to anesthesia for the two surgeries on this day. Each patient will get a spinal block. It makes their legs. Go numb highly effective. You've at one point the fourteen year old asks. What's my leg doing up there as a nurse moves them around on the bed patient on the right is getting a steel pin driven vertically from mm-hmm is need to almost as ankle to stabilize his broken? Tibia in the UK. Both these patients would be completely asleep under general anesthesia but not here. That's partly because this country of two million people doesn't have any anesthesiologists. The only ones working in the Gambia are doctors on loan from China or Cuba so ninety eight percent of Anaesthesia Services Don byas Mahmoud El Moussa borrow heads the College of Nursing at the American International University West Africa in the Gambian capital bright across the country all had facilities well rations stick. Please where what you find the semester these specially trained nurses. I can do many of the procedures that full anesthesiologist would but there aren't many of them and they tend to work mainly in surgical operating rooms they aren't present and labor in delivery wards leaving most women here to give birth with no pain medication at all back at the surgical ward doctrine just finished resetting setting the bones and the teenagers knee he twisted the leg back into place drilled three hole through the top of the knee and secured the joint with wires sitting have to open the skin off but it still we'll be painful think you saw how. I had to bend it back into place the start and he will be sore afterwards. If I have been doing this operation in England the boy would have gotten a local anesthetic around the joint ease the pain as he wakes up but again not here the pain meds that are readily available in the Gambia are generic versions of pilot and advil an aspirin. The only narcotic clinicians sometimes dispense is a synthetic opioid called tram at all. It's considered less powerful and less addictive than opioids like oxycodone or morphine. Meanwhile the operation on the other table is continuing north comedic surgeon from China is literally hammering Rod until the twenty nine year olds leg first couple of attempts didn't go so well. I may have to back out the Pan A. and try again but doctrine is confident. It will all work. He says these pins are highly effective before they made up and walking and they usually went home. even the next day broken leg one day walking out onto the streets of London the next but only because their pain was well controlled with opioids doctrine doesn't predict such a tranquil post surgical recovery for this guy. The patient is clearly uncomfortable gripping the table as the hammering continues and he still under under the spinal anesthetic off in about six hours time then there's usually some screaming on the words and and it just takes some getting used to the patient and stuff as well in the absence of a strong pain medication. It'll be several days. Maybe a week before this man can put any weight on his leg. These patients are also likely elite experience flare ups of what Dr McCall's breakthrough pain in the UK Moreno with treat this with oral morphine but morphine isn't available on the wards here for the fourteen year old who just had knee surgery his recovery starts on a trip on a Gurney to the pediatric ward. The Children's Ward is actually sleep in another building across the street from the main hospital. There are no rails on the Gurney and he slides around as the orderly pushes him through the potholed streets. Finally he arrives at the crowded kids ward. His legs are still numb from the anesthetic during surgery his father Hassan Manual. Camara says they know his recovery will take time where they were. Just try to support him as much as possible. Kamara worries about his son being in pain but he recognizes that he just had surgery. He doesn't expect his son to be comfortable. Dr Moreno wishes he had stronger pain meds for his patients. This teen will be hurting for the the next few days but despite that Renna says this operation was a success is now he's going to straight Meghan into suffer the rest they may not have access a strong opioids but Dr Moreno and the other caregivers here have confidence that their patients will heal and eventually the pain will go away Jason Bobi. NPR N._p._R. News the Gambia.

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Collapse Of Health System Sends Venezuelans Fleeing To Brazil For Basic Meds

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04:03 min | 4 years ago

Collapse Of Health System Sends Venezuelans Fleeing To Brazil For Basic Meds

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast. Here's one sign of how deep the crisis in Venezuela is it's healthcare system has collapsed. Regional officials say a measles outbreak that began. There was not controlled. It's now spreading throughout South America, and some basic medical supplies and medications, even surgical gloves are no longer available in clinics in Venezuela. And peers Jason Bogan has more by just about every measurement possible. Venezuela's once impressive medical system has fallen apart the Latin American nation with the largest oil reserves in the world is now dealing with an ongoing measles outbreak that last year sick and thousands of people and killed at least seventy four clinics have run out of basic surgical supply. Lies and anti-biotics routine. Vaccination campaigns have been suspended even patients dependent on saving HIV medications have seen supplies of their anti-aids drugs. Disappear. Dr Kathleen page recently visited camps in northern Brazil for some of the three million Venezuelans who fled the country that was not a doctor in the nineteen eighties. When the as make started. But I know what happened and I felt that in these wars I was going back to the nineteen eighties page in infectious disease specialist at Johns Hopkins Medical school says she was shocked to see aids. Patients from Venezuela dying of opportunistic, infections, honig diarrhea infections in their brain things that that we know are treatable and preventable page traveled to the Brazilian Venezuelan border late last year as part of a fact-finding trip for Human Rights Watch I interviewed over one hundred people crossing the border, and I would ask them. Why did you come ubiquitously? The answer was food or healthcare. Many people told her they'd been surviving for months on a diet. Only of Yuka a rugged shrub that has a potato like root in the late nineteen ninety s Hugo Chavez promised free universal healthcare in Venezuela and the country quickly met most of the US healthcare targets by twenty ten but since then the country's much fond in healthcare system has collapsed. Infant mortality the rate at which kids under the age of one or dying is widely viewed as a barometer of a nation's overall health. A recent study in Lancet global health found that the nation's infant mortality rate has risen all the way back to where it was in the nineteen ninety s Jimmy Garcia is one of the authors of that study choking. I mean, we have eighteen years of broiler study is choking and kids are suffering and dying from simple things at the Brazilian border. Dr page met a woman in her ten year old daughter who just come out of Venezuela. The girl was in a wheelchair and needed a catheter. They had been using the same catheter for a year. These theaters is supposed to be. Changed every time you use them. And now she had infection those affecting her kidney. And there was no antibiotics, so they actually pushed her, you know, two hundred miles across the border two hundred miles on foot for a catheter and some antibiotics page who's originally from Uruguay says the health conditions. She saw among the Venezuelans were startling, particularly given Venezuela's reputation as a relatively wealthy Latin American country and these refugees weren't fleeing a war zone, the devastation that you're seeing is not war. It's mismanagement is were economic decisions corruption there's a lot of complicated factors, but it's totally manmade. This is not an actual disaster or something that was inevitable, and that makes the Venezuelan health crisis. She says even more disturbing Jason Bobi, an NPR news.

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Congo Republic plans to launch vaccination drive after yellow fever outbreak

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Congo Republic plans to launch vaccination drive after yellow fever outbreak

"Returns from the Labor Day break this week to consider the nomination of judge Brad Kavanagh to the US prem- court today on Fox News. Sunday Senate democrat, dick Durbin complained that Cavanaugh documents have been withheld bear suppressing these documents. If we're lucky, we will see six percent, six percent of all of the documents that have been produced could be produced to reflect on Kavanagh's true position on issues he's saying and the White House saying the American people have no right to note also on FOX judiciary committee Republican, Lindsey, Graham insisted an unprecedented volume of Kavanagh documents had been released or documents. Given the navy person ever nominated the supreme court. We're gonna have a hearing, there's no drama in disarray and Dolly dramas those running for president. How will they handle this hearing on the democratic side? You know, we're gonna get this good man

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A year after fleeing Myanmar, Rohingya demand justice

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A year after fleeing Myanmar, Rohingya demand justice

"It. Has been a year since massive numbers of Rohingya Muslims began leaving Myanmar nearly seven hundred. Thousand Rohingya fled attacks by me and more soldiers and, pro government militias in, what the US. And the UN have labeled a campaign of ethnic cleansing those refugees are. Now living in massive camps on the. Bangladesh side of the border NPR's Jason Bobi recently returned from those camps where he says conditions for. The row Higa remain difficult one of the greatest threats facing the. Ranga refugees is, the land itself they makeshift shelters on steep sandy hillsides the also stripped away almost all of the vegetation making the cliffs prone to collapse My translator yes scene I. Are trying to scramble up an expansive. Loose sand where a landslide recently buried several

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Black man beaten at Charlottesville white nationalist rally not guilty of assault

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04:40 min | 5 years ago

Black man beaten at Charlottesville white nationalist rally not guilty of assault

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer, emergency responders in Miami are now treating a bridge collapsed there as a recovery operation officials do not expect to find any more survivors in the rubble. The pedestrian bridge of Eleanor, a busy roadway yesterday, Florida international university from member station W L R N Sammy Mack reports. The nine hundred fifty Tunbridge was constructed in pieces nearby an assembled in a matter of hours. Last Saturday. It was erected to connect Florida international university students to residential community on the other side of a busy street, National Transportation Safety board chairman, Robert. Some Walt said his team gave the bridge a walk-through after the collapse, but the investigation would intensify when local officials finished the recovery mission. Our entire purpose for being here is to find out what happened. So that we can keep it from happening. Again, Miami Dade police are treating this as a homicide, and we'll be looking closely at the NTSB report. Some Walt stressed that the NTSB is not involved in criminal investigations for NPR news. I'm Sammy Mack, a young African American man beaten in Charlottesville, parking garage at last summer's white nationalist rally as one acquittal honor, assault and battery charge. He was facing house Spencer from member station W C V as more the trial concerned the moments before twenty year old de'andre Harris himself was pummeled and rally organizer. Jason Kessler is outraged by the verdict, new fashion, old man over the head with the heavy metal object. But for at least fifty supporters including Lisa wolf work of black lives matter. The verdict was Justice. This is a message to white supremacists that this strategy of coming into our community, Lauren people into violence, filming them turning victims into aggressors will not work. The judge found that Harris. May have thought a friend was getting attacked for NPR news. I'm Hawes Spencer in Charlottesville even as there's talk from the Trump administration about possible talks with North Korea, the administration's being criticized for not having a US ambassador to South Korea or naming a nominee. But at today's White House briefing legislative director, Marc short claimed it's Democrats were slow walking the process by blocking President. Trump's nominees at this rate in the United States Senate, we'd take eleven and a half years to confirm our nominees through going on to say in some cases as they go through the process, the laser. So protracted nominees are taking themselves out of the running, press secretary. Sarah Sanders echoed Short's comments today saying the president's elected to put forth policy with the Tamie selects not the team. Democrats think he should have builders were breaking ground on fewer apartment complexes, though single family homebuilding was up in February the Commerce Department reports today. Overall housing starts fell, seven percent last month on Wall Street today after several days of losses stocks. Regained some of their lost ground, the Dow up seventy two points. The NASDAQ closed up a fraction today. You're listening to NPR. The centers for disease control and prevention is warning travelers to Brazil to get vaccinated for yellow fever and Byard, Jason Bobi, and reports. The warning comes after ten visitors. Primarily from Europe, came down with the disease and four died. Brazil has been trying to get control of an expanding yellow fever outbreak for more than two years. Now, the CDC had previously warns travelers to high risk mainly rural areas to get vaccinated. Dr. Martin set on the director of the division of global migration and quarantine at the CDC says, now that's changed and even visitors to Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro should get the shot an expanding number of hotspots in Brazil where yellow fever virus being transmitted on. Fortunately, the only yellow fever vaccine approved by the food and Drug administration is out of stock due to a manufacturing problem. The CDC has temporarily brought in a vaccine from France. However, it's only available at a limited number of travel clinics across the country. Jason Bobi N. NPR news, stop crime investigations agency says it's opened a probe into the poisoning and Britain of the daughter of a former Russian double agent and the death of a Russian businessman whose body was found in London this week. The investigative committee says it's ready to work with British authorities, but as with orders of accused Russia of being involved in the poisoning of Yulia square Pailin her father Sergei or both in critical condition. After being exposed authorities, say was a nerve agent while Russia's denied involvement of Russian scientists have developed that nerve agent believed to have been used, says no other country could've used it. Krill oil futures prices Rupp today a dollar and fifteen cents a barrel to sixty two thirty four. This is NPR news.

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