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U.S. Begins Indirect Talks With Iran on Reentering Nuclear Deal

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00:52 sec | 4 months ago

U.S. Begins Indirect Talks With Iran on Reentering Nuclear Deal

"To try to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal which lifted sanctions on Tehran in return for limits on its nuclear activities. Jeremy Bowen has the details. There's strong evidence that the original deal in 2015 stopped to steady slide towards a war over Iran's nuclear plans. But the deal known as the J C P O A has bean in intensive care since President Trump pulled the US out of it in 2018. Iran insists it does not want nuclear weapons. Now the U. S. And Iran both want to revive the deal. They need to find a way for the Americans to live Trump sanctions. On for the Iranians to return to agreed limits on the enrichment of uranium, which can be used to make a bomb. Iran says it won't meet the Americans face to face until that happens. Report by the World Bank has

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Conviction in landmark case over Syrian government torture

Not Too Shabby

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Conviction in landmark case over Syrian government torture

"The German foreign minister. Hi comas has welcomed the conviction of a former Syrian secret policemen on charges of complicity in crimes against humanity. The court jailed I'll eyeball Ghareeb for 4.5 years. Jeremy Bowen reports. The convicted man he had al Carib was a relatively low level operative among thousands of others in the Syrian regime's highly developed network of coercion and repression. He rounded up suspects who were later tortured and killed at a time in 2011. When the uprising against President Bashar al Assad was gaining strength on the regime was hitting back hard. The verdict is a legal landmark. The prosecution was intended as a test case to build up a body of evidence about the actions of the regime of President Assad that could be used in other trials, not

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Protests blaming a wrong for interfering to control and protect corrupt Iraqi governments? Some say that in the last months before he was assassinated here in Baghdad. A week ago the Iranian General Qassem Sumani told the Iraqis to open fire fire to stop the protests. Hundreds of being killed now. The protest is also blaming the Americans for increasing the chances of war in Iraq. They they want foreigners to just leave them alone the BBC's Jeremy Bowen in Baghdad ten years ago this weekend on January twelfth twenty ten a massive seven point zero earthquake rocked Haiti. Just outside the capital capital of port-au-prince more than three hundred thousand people died another one point. Five million people were injured. Hundreds of thousands more were displaced Villena. Charlene earlier was twenty nine years old at the time. She lost many friends in the years since Galina has become an anti corruption activist. Bellina take us back ten years years ago to the earthquake. I wonder how vivid are those memories for you still vivid. It's memories that you live with every day. Ten years ago. When the earthquake happened I was at home in the my baby was twenty eight days old at the time I I bought and everything thinks started falling down? You know lassie's breaking in Kayla started. How are your friends and extended family impacted by the earthquake?.

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Here & Now

"Got science podcast, dot org. The militants must be cleaned out. That's what Iran's foreign minister said today. Head of an expected Syrian government, offensive against Ed delib. Last rebel stronghold in a country ravaged by more than seven years of civil war. Iran has back the Assad regime with military and economic support, and it's four minister is in Damascus for talks with the Syrian president, Jeremy Bowen. BBC, Middle East editor, he joins us from London and Jeremy. The UN is warning that this expected offensive against it. Lib could be a bloodbath the US secretary of state. Mike Pompeo says he considers it an escalation of the war. What are you seeing a done? It was going to be an escalation that every estimate seems to say it may well end up as a bloodbath if it if it goes down the path of outright a tree, confrontation, if the Syrian regime and its allies led, of course by Iran and the Russians decide to use full on military force against all those people in it lib led by a core of Jihadist fighters, but with hundreds of thousands of civilians around them now will will there be chemical weapons. Maybe they've been used before and when the Syrian regime has come up against particularly objeto opposition, it has used them so it, it may do that. One thing that makes it live different is that in previous military actions. Offensives in the last couple of years when the the regime and its friends have taken over an area, they've bussed out some of the most militant people who are in that to it live and in a sense that place has gone from being maybe a dumping ground for few people to being many, many believe a bastion of the Jihadist cause. And when an if this offensive starts, there isn't a nother. It lived to send them to. This is where it ends. Yeah. Well, and when we make of how the Iranian ministers Ariff is portraying what's happening here, the remaining terrorists and the remaining parts of it live must be cleaned out. The region should be placed a back under the control of the Syrian people sort of putting a final stamp on the opinion of the Russians and the Iranians and Assad that these are not serious. These were not people militants who rose up that these are outside agitators of which there were many, but is that true that that's what's in it, limp? Well, the have be there are some for fighters is very hard to know exactly what the numbers up, but yeah, they're all foreign fighters involved in the whole thing, but many of them are also Syrians by the Syrian people that's actually code for the asset regime. That's what he means by the Syrian people. And I think that what this battle would signify, it wouldn't be the end of potential violence tool potential more killing in Syria, but the battle for it. Live would be the last battle of the wool that started in two thousand..

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Between them that reconciliation now is ear and a half two years old and dot mattia has promised that as part of the deal not just you'll get them while pardoned but that he will actually step aside within two years to allow anwar to become prime minister i didn't think i've ever seen a reconciliation quite like it these two men was so bitterly at odds but they both agreed that the out ousted prime minister najib razak that he's hold on the country was so dangerous and the accusations of corruption and abuse of power so serious that they had to come together to break a system that has defined modern malaysia the ousted ruling party had begun almost synonymous to the government had ruled for sixty one years since independence so this is very much a new era and these two men these former friends then rivals now allies again are going to have to work out how they transform this country in all sorts of ways how they make the judiciary independent again how they may business cleaner how they make politics more fair more competitive is a huge loss there's ms hope here in malaysia tremendous optimism seeing n what abraham freed and seeing him inside the palace a few moments ago shaking hands with matia muhammed partners once again jellison had in malaysia there is much bitterness in israel and the palestinian territories after this week's violent demonstrations in the gaza strip during which is really forces shot and killed at least sixty palestinians the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has claimed that hamas the islamist group that controls gaza paid people to enter the line of isreaeli fire an accusation the protest is vehemently deny are middle east editor jeremy bowen is there you might find some of his report upsetting.

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Between them that reconciliation now is ear and a half two years old and dot mattia has promised that as part of the deal not just you'll get them while pardoned but that he will actually step aside within two years to allow anwar to become prime minister i didn't think i've ever seen a reconciliation quite like it these two men was so bitterly at odds but they both agreed that the out ousted prime minister najib razak that he's hold on the country was so dangerous and the accusations of corruption and abuse of power so serious that they had to come together to break a system that has defined modern malaysia the ousted ruling party had begun almost synonymous to the government had ruled for sixty one years since independence so this is very much a new era and these two men these former friends then rivals now allies again are going to have to work out how they transform this country in all sorts of ways how they make the judiciary independent again how they may business cleaner how they make politics more fair more competitive is a huge loss there's ms hope here in malaysia tremendous optimism seeing n what abraham freed and seeing him inside the palace a few moments ago shaking hands with matia muhammed partners once again jellison had in malaysia there is much bitterness in israel and the palestinian territories after this week's violent demonstrations in the gaza strip during which is really forces shot and killed at least sixty palestinians the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has claimed that hamas the islamist group that controls gaza paid people to enter the line of isreaeli fire an accusation the protest is vehemently deny are middle east editor jeremy bowen is there you might find some of his report upsetting.

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The missing athletes coddling graded is the principal solicitor here nothing new the point being that a person when they're in that place has that watch sake asylum they shouldn't be prevented or deterred from doing fight it's a it's a question often of life mice h didn't end with meeting any of the missing athletes but the australian government says it's determined to find them and once anyone without a valid visa will be detained and deported that was how griffith reporting from australia on the missing commonwealth games athletes it's coming up to four twenty gmt there have been angry exchanges at the united nations security council between israeli and palestinian envoys following the violence at gaza's border with israel on monday fifty eight people were killed after israeli forces opened fire on demonstrators at the emergency meeting israel described the events as a violent riots the palestinian envoy accused israel of a brutal attack on people who'd express their resistance families in gaza have been burying their dead more now from our middle east editor jeremy bowen who spent tuesday in gaza going into the alf faruk mosque thick carpet underfoot of course everybody back i know women in here and in one corner there is the person referring to is the martyr face exposed wrapped in a bloodstain sheet family members stroking his face comedies leaning over the body saying goodbye very very upset sobbing massage permission up together him nissim schooling he's working his feminine because he works as a clean his i'm not being bid for the last five months so he said he was struggling to get some money to feed his family and his so far at least it's a quieter atmosphere in gaza today yesterday the loudspeakers on the mosques were telling everybody dense straight nothing like that at the moment there's also a strike declared which means that all the shops shut most of them anyway next call is she for hospital the main hospital in gaza were loss of the.

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Aware of credentials of political behavior or motives behind things as so it's not unusual for them to discussing something like that line though i think in in gaza always is that this is one of the most extraordinary places in the world in terms of a strip of land twenty five twenty six twenty seven miles long no more than six miles wide two million people in here most of whom are never able to get out and that's something which builds incubates a lot of passion and in terms of the economic blockade which a palestinian speak called all the time the israelis argue that the blockade is engineered and manipulated by hamas the palestinians argue that israel is responsible for the privations that they are suffering the israelis control access by sea they don't allow the palestinians here to have a porch there are very strict rules has to have far of shore palestinian fishermen can go there was in the good old days of the peace process back in the ninety s there was actually quite a nice airport built here with terminal buildings with beautiful mocking designs in them all of those went in the intifada so no airport no seaport not to trade by going in and out freely and as a result of that you know i think it is the blockade imposed from outside not just by israel also by egypt that causes the problems here that was middle eastern deter jeremy bowen let's hear now from mark regev he is the israeli ambassador to the united kingdom he says hamas is orchestrating violence and the palestinians have chosen the path of confrontation he also says that the protests in gaza are not non violent that molotov cocktails explosives and live fire have all been used and the demonstrations are a deliberate attempt by her to storm the border and break through the fence and kill israelis we don't want to see the continuation of the.

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Acceptance of more settlements is that what you'll say about the future look we want peace with all our neighbors and can report to you that we're speaking today to more arab governments than ever before we want peace without palestinian neighbors to but let's be clear hamas is not a partner in that the violence we've seen over the last twenty four hours is because hamas is opposed peace opposed to reconciliation in fact any palestinian leader deem to negotiate with israel would be considered a traitor back so it must be understood anyone who wants to see peace in the middle east has to understand that hamas is an enemy of that process you have mentioned that you're talking to more arab governments never before we heard from jeremy bowen there were contacts with egypt you hinging a you suggesting the of governments around the world all in no way supporting what is happening in gaza and may even be supporting israel the arab world is united against the extremists represented by groups like isis and iran and so forth and hamas clearly in that other camp and so israel is finding common language and reasons to cooperate with more arab governments it's a good thing for peace pretty flawless question if there are many critics of israel who will have all their anger confirm today but there are friends of israel he may say don't they realize they are creating malta's they are creating a generation of enemies who mean that peace will not come for many generations to come we didn't want to see new violence that erupted yesterday and we were responding to violence that was initiated by hamas and extremists tonight i ask people what would they do if terrorists were storming their border what would they expect of their government if terrorists were still the border and trying to break into your country ambassador mark regev thank you for joining us thanks for having me it's twenty one minutes past eight every wedding faces it's last minute crises and family tensions as well but this is.

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Notorious for being full of promises that never quite get kept but i think that the big agencies they're working with the syrian arab red crescent do a very good job but they need the money to do things like buy the food western governments of course recently boemde syria huge costs might they now give some money to help the people that the sure every cruise missile they send could buy an awful lot of rice or any lentils kinds of staples they give out you know in terms of outright destruction the western attacks caused almost nothing compared to what's being done over all the years you know their entire towns cities that are virtually in ruins so i think that the rubric of conferences that they're looking forward to the future but i think that actually there's some real strong needs right now at least jeremy bowen and in the past few minutes the un has said that donations that conference of pledge nearly four four and a half billion dollars to fund eight it's in syria they say that's half the amount needed this year but it is a good start for the wider region has the war in syria grinds on their affairs that battles that will move to new areas against that backdrop year land knell has been to jordan well local soldiers have been taking part in an annual military exercise with us troops dany and american soldiers getting hosed down they've been stripped from their protective suits after being exposed to chemical weapons at least that's the scenario being acted out at this military base at zarqa we've been watching specialists show how they approach clandestine laboratory since we live in a very volatile area tripling area so the threat is unpredictable so we have to be prepared for additional you're actually coming from inside or outside brigadier general muhammad thallady leads joint training exercise with us major general john mott this is nariaki include chemical and biological attacks and border incursions i ask how much they're influenced by developments in neighboring syria vincent series you know have been ungoing for over seven years and so unfortunately it's become more of a fact of life and hopefully it'll be resolved soon.

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Us led strikes in his country will increase his resolve as he put it to fight and crush terrorism and every inch of the country so what if anything will this operation change on the ground i'm at least editor jeremy bowen has been giving us his assessment well a message is being sent of itself i don't think the strike changes a great deal because it was limited now they wanted to restore deterrence by using chemical weapons but the only way success can be prudent that is if chemical weapons on used again and i think you can define it by what it isn't and premise said it was not about regime change and clearly by the standards of iraq fifteen years ago this was just a a military flurry on social media syrian activists have shown a little bit of disappointment there's one line going around saying the nate shift missiles of zafran aleutian gestured islam so it more terror damascus than trump's tomahawks and those are lucien j shall islam were the dominant forces inside eastern gutter nasa's homemade rockets basically over into damascus itself so the reality in syria which is created by russia by ron by the regime itself and the rather is the reality is they are winning the war the regime is firmly in place palaces were not hit infrastructure was not hit and therefore they're still where they were at least jamie you've been listening to especially extended edition of the newsroom from the bbc world service following the us british and french air strikes on targets in syria stay with us distribution of the bbc world service in the us is made possible by american public media producer and distributor of award winning public radio content apm american public media with support from moo moo helps businesses of all sizes stand out with premium quality print products and humantohuman customer service learn more at move dot com.

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Arizona governor proposes 20 percent teacher pay raise by 2020 amid walkout threat

NPR News Now

02:18 min | 3 years ago

Arizona governor proposes 20 percent teacher pay raise by 2020 amid walkout threat

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from trans union with trans union credit monitoring all it takes his a couple of clicks to lock your trans union and equifax credit reports get credit lock your credit score and so much more at trans union dot com slash npr live from npr news in washington i'm to wayne brown the us and britain have agreed these suspected syrian use of chemical weapons cannot go on challenge but the bbc's jeremy bowen says there's still no firm consensus on what to do president asset faces a threat from the top three western military powers the us the uk and france he has to take it seriously and has moved troops in a quick moment out of potential targets the us and its allies it working out how to punish the regime they say it's to deter it from using chemical weapons again but while they can't do is remove president assad from power short of the kind of major war they have no intention or desire to fight and they want to avoid direct confrontation with serious may not allies russia and iran that would have desperately serious consequences the bbc's jeremy bowen arizona governor doug ducey hasn't has announced a twen eighty percent pay raise for teachers by twenty twenty but his casey coon of member station k j z z reports the teacher's union is watching closely to see where the money is coming from this takes place a day after tens of thousands of educators across arizona marched before class demanding the raise governor doug ducey's plan is to boost teacher salaries by nine percent next year then keep raising salaries until they are twenty percent higher in twenty twenty but airs ona's teacher union president joe thomas is skeptical of how the raises will be funded trying to stall and trying to slow things down in what we have to figure out now is this going to be a meaningful plan was real details and see where the money's coming from and it's permanent money does he says he will start working with the state legislature to figure out how to allocate the money without raising taxes for npr news i'm casey coon phoenix the environmental protection agency has a new number two official npr's rebecca hersher reports they knew deputy administrator begins his tenure as his boss fights off.

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Here & Now

"Who pursuing that different genders in those places for iran the agenda is i think establishing a pretty strong much more permanent footprint in the country as if you like a reward for the way it's helped out asset during the course of seven years of fighting the israelis have said very clearly that's something they couldn't tolerate so that's already a big difficulty factor into that the the his that his below in lebanon big ally of iran has one figure is more than one hundred thousand nestles pointed towards israel and the two countries that the israelis and his balaa they talk about not whether or not though be another war war but the timing of it you know it's sort of question of if it's a question of when so let's hope that some of this stuff does come down because the potential for a conflagration is that that's the bbc's middle east editor jeremy bowen in london german thank you so much thank you there's another major disagreement between the us and russia over crimea remember for nearly four years the us and the eu have imposed sanctions on russia over its annexation of crimea and other actions in eastern ukraine the measures restrict travel target assets of individuals linked to the kremlin but ukraine officials say there's one major confidant of russian president putin who should be sanctioned and isn't npr's sarah hardy nelson reports he's a former chancellor of germany the man ukrainians want punished as gad shorto he is one of germany's most loved and also most hated postwar leaders.

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"If you like to know more about what's happening in the world then why not try our sister podcast the world this week where they review the weeks may new stories and ask why they matter and still to come in this podcast although wet black law is being killed off this statue and ancient start shoe destroyed in iraq by islamic state fighters rises again in london's trafalgar square polls have closed in the three day presidential election in egypt voting was extended by an hour amid concerns that in a number of areas the turn out of being relatively low the current president abdel fattah out cc is a sure victory as he has only faced one little known challenger but the authorities issued a last minute call for people to vote hoping that a higher turnout would give mr c c extra legitimacy so what's it been like to witness this tightly choreographed coronation middle east editor jeremy bowen reports from cairo i'm at a polling station in a district of caro the supports presidency seed and there is a bit of a carnival atmosphere people chanting the president's name tambourines drums music and a family waving flags a little girl doing a little bit of belly dancing wearing a cc t shirt they're very excited i love you i love that why do you like usual betty sefton young young now we have a war.

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"If you like to know more about what's happening in the world then why not try our sister podcast the world this week where they review the weeks may new stories and ask why they matter and still to come in this podcast although wet black law is being killed off this statue and ancient start shoe destroyed in iraq by islamic state fighters rises again in london's trafalgar square polls have closed in the three day presidential election in egypt voting was extended by an hour amid concerns that in a number of areas the turn out of being relatively low the current president abdel fattah out cc is a sure victory as he has only faced one little known challenger but the authorities issued a last minute call for people to vote hoping that a higher turnout would give mr c c extra legitimacy so what's it been like to witness this tightly choreographed coronation middle east editor jeremy bowen reports from cairo i'm at a polling station in a district of caro the supports presidency seed and there is a bit of a carnival atmosphere people chanting the president's name tambourines drums music and a family waving flags a little girl doing a little bit of belly dancing wearing a cc t shirt they're very excited i love you i love that why do you like usual betty sefton young young now we have a war.

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The syrian civil war seven years seven years of conflict hundreds of thousands of lives lost cities destroyed global migrant crisis iran turkey israel the us and russia all drawn in today a relief convoy from the red cross has managed to get into the rebelheld enclave of eastern gouta but thousands of syrians are still fleeing the region the bbc's middle east editor jeremy bowen has regularly reported from the frontlines of this war for six of those seven years he joins us now from london and jeremy your thoughts when you hear seven years what's a long time longer than we'll to longer than many many other conflicts and what i think is particularly sad is there isn't really a sign of an ending well that's dispiriting but talk about eastern gouda the suburb of damascus we've been seeing the pictures coming out men with infants in their arms running over rubble after they've been attacks from the syrian government doctorswithoutborders reports more than a thousand deaths there in just the first two weeks of fighting their aid convoys struggling to get food and medicine into the region so how are people i mean we've heard the reports of people in basements subsisting but how are what are they eating what are they doing the answer is living off very much at all there's a lot of starvation that their kids with malnutrition there are people who are spending by now weeks in basements and not moving out of them and the conditions in some of those basements were told with real problems with sanitation with running water often not not having either means that those places are now desperately insanitary you know it's hard to think of lifing anymore miserable because of course if they got on the streets and there's a real risk to get killed look jerry bone for people who might be just looking up now maybe they're coming of age of the age where they will be paying attention to world affairs let's explain how we got here bashar assad became president in two thousand after the death of his father didn't want to be president he was an ophthalmologist very sophisticated family many people thought he'd be a reformer but then comes the arab spring this is a twenty ten twenty eleven arab spring movements that toppled despots in other countries.

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And there's no ceasefire and the socalled humanitarian pools doesn't appear to be working that was out midleeast editor jeremy bowen and we will be returning to syria later in the program now they let's head to hollywood where the us film industry has been handing out oscars the ceremony had the usual glitz glamour and razzmatazz but this year in the wake of allegations of sexual misconduct against harvey weinstein and others there was a strong political streak running through the ceremony bbc's ought said it's that will compass ripples please welcome your house armie hammer the night began with host jimmy kimmel using his opening monologue to round up all the elephants in the room this year when you hear your name called don't get up right away the academy as you are no doubt aware took action last year to expell harvey weinstein from their ranks or a lotta great nominees but harvey deserved it the most black panther and wonderwoman are were massive hits which is almost miraculous these i remember a time when the major studios didn't believe a woman or a minority could open a superhero movie and the reason i remember that times because it was march of last year that jukes at the agenda if the evening it quickly became apparent that the main theme to the ninety th academy awards was times up free monocultural maledominated.

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"In has been going on for fifty years and it shows no sign of ending incidents like this indicate the level of tension and anger that's often just below the surface the question is how long before once again in erupts into much more serious violence come at least editor jeremy bowen a british man accused of hacking into us government computers has won a legal challenge against extradition to the united states lowry love who has aspect burgas syndrome and depression could have been jailed for ninety nine years if found guilty in the us the maximum sentence here is two years and eight months the bbc's charlotte gallagher was at the high court in london crowds of larry love supporters gathered outside the court to hear the verdict holding signs with slogans such as trump kong get no love a no love for the us gulf mr loves legal battle began in 2013 when he was arrested for allegedly hacking into the fbi nafta and the us central bank and stealing huge amounts of data today he won his legal battle against his extradition after his lawyers successfully argued that his mental and physical health would be at serious risk in a us jail and he may kill himself speaking after the verdict larry love said he was relieved with the decision the reason not gone through this ordeal is not just to save myself from being kidnapped and locks up foot launch line is on the contrary lovers did but it's to set a precedent whereby this will not happen to other people in the future if there is suspected criminals he than it will be tried here the uk america without try to exercise extraterritorial jurisdiction us officials now.

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on NPR News Now

"My from npr news in washington on core of a coal men iranian state television says twenty one people have been killed in protests and have continued for six days irani news reports say four hundred fifty protesters have been arrested in tehran since saturday the bbc's jeremy bowen reports this is not a new revolution but the protests saw the biggest in iran since the disputed presidential election in two thousand nine this time though it seems to be a movement without national leaders president rouhani has tried to play at oldham reformists and conservatives in iran have been blaming each other and foreigners but the protest show how discontented iranians are with their lives with increasing poverty and repression the bbc's jeremy bowen president trump is tweeting about iran this morning he claims that president obama quote foolishly gave money to the people of iran he says this went into terrorism and they're pockets south korea says it is willing to sit for high level talks with adversary north korea ahead of the winter olympics next month this comes a day after the north's leader kim jong on said he is willing to send a delegation to the games in an effort to improve interkorean relations matt styles has more the south offer presents a glimmer of hope that the long strained relationship between the two koreas could be improving the opening comes after kim chungnam struck a softer tone about the south in a major speech on monday in the speech kim also boasted of the north's advancing nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programmes he said they would protect him in his nation from the united states a key south korean ally kim's offer to send a delegation to the olympics is seen by some analysts as an effort to drive a wedge between seoul and washington the south's unification minister as proposed that the two sides meet next week at a truce village in the dmz it's the same location where a north korean soldier was shot as he defected to the south in november for npr news i met styles this.

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"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"jeremy bowen" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"In this hassle of displaced kids women a few men there are also iraqi security forces including intelligence officers one of them is accurate nicknamed the name and not by glenn knight is uniquely below to these we need to make these families without bothers without thumbs to make them heavy again twelve o'clock after nine months of brutal battle oas may have lost militarily in mozell with this is not in geneva that twisted archaeology jonathan be our middle east editor jeremy bowen spoke to danny cox to discuss what the liberation of mosul will mean for is it's not the end in iraq because there are still some places that ias control and there's still a big fight going on over the border in syria against islamic state but the thing is it doesn't mean that this is the end of the ideology and it doesn't mean that this piece going to come to a rock either because iraq and syria and other countries in the region are still incubators for that violent jihadist ideologies and so wall those conditions which cools that are still there then the chances are the ice will regenerate itself in some other form how bigger blow to yes is this though not being able to hold marshal o to church all their dreams and illusions about the caliphate been shown to be nonsensical and hollow.

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