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"joanna jolly" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"joanna jolly" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Commercials your price could vary depending on your health issuing company and other factors not available in all It's eleven starving. Children rescued from squalid. Makeshift compound, in New Mexico Elise hunting for a missing three year old rated the site near the Colorado For the three old boy, who's been missing since November police were alerted to the compound by a message that. Said the people inside was starving the child was not there but instead officers found eleven other children aged from one to fifteen. And five adults the local sheriff said the captives with dressed in rags and had only a. Few potatoes in a box of rice to eat he said it was the, saddest conditions he'd, seen in his thirty years in his job team men have been arrested including the father of the missing boy to BBC's, Joanna, jolly Saudi Arabia, ordering the Canadian. Ambassador to leave the kingdom within twenty four hours after candidate criticize, the return of rest of women's rights activists news and analysis townhall dot com Stuck, in traffic we've, got the answer Back. In business on the eastbound bay bridge this report is brought to you by. Office Depot office max that tastic news all lanes are now open on the lower, deck of the bay bridge in Newark watch out on highway eighty four. Eastbound before the Dumbarton bridge toll plaza there's a, two car crash on the left shoulder Morgan. Hill on northbound lookout.

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Eleven children found at squalid New Mexico compound, two arrested

Mike Gallagher

01:32 min | 2 years ago

Eleven children found at squalid New Mexico compound, two arrested

"Commercials your price could vary depending on your health issuing company and other factors not available in all It's eleven starving. Children rescued from squalid. Makeshift compound, in New Mexico Elise hunting for a missing three year old rated the site near the Colorado For the three old boy, who's been missing since November police were alerted to the compound by a message that. Said the people inside was starving the child was not there but instead officers found eleven other children aged from one to fifteen. And five adults the local sheriff said the captives with dressed in rags and had only a. Few potatoes in a box of rice to eat he said it was the, saddest conditions he'd, seen in his thirty years in his job team men have been arrested including the father of the missing boy to BBC's, Joanna, jolly Saudi Arabia, ordering the Canadian. Ambassador to leave the kingdom within twenty four hours after candidate criticize, the return of rest of women's rights activists news and analysis townhall dot com Stuck, in traffic we've, got the answer Back. In business on the eastbound bay bridge this report is brought to you by. Office Depot office max that tastic news all lanes are now open on the lower, deck of the bay bridge in Newark watch out on highway eighty four. Eastbound before the Dumbarton bridge toll plaza there's a, two car crash on the left shoulder Morgan. Hill on northbound lookout.

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Charlotte Rae, Saudi Arabia and Ray discussed on Hugh Hewitt

Hugh Hewitt

01:24 min | 2 years ago

Charlotte Rae, Saudi Arabia and Ray discussed on Hugh Hewitt

"Eleven starving children rescued from filthy makeshift compound in, New Mexico Elise hunting for. A missing three year old, rated the site near the Colorado border for the three year old boy who's been. Missing since November police were alerted to the compound by a message that said the people inside was starving the child was not. There but instead officers found eleven other children aged from one to fifteen and five adults the local sheriff said the, captives with dressed in rags and. Had, only a, few potatoes and, a box of rice to eat he said it was the saddest conditions he'd seen in his thirty years in his job to men, have been arrested. Including the father of. The missing, boy BBC's. Joanna jolly Saudi Arabia ordering. The Canadian ambassador to leave the kingdom within twenty four hours. This after his nation criticized the recent arrest of women's rights activists news and analysis so townhall dot com The actress who played the wise and patient house mother on, TV's the facts. Of life has died You, take the bad ruler. For many would define Charlotte Rae's career began not on the facts of life but on. Different strokes it, was there that she first portrayed EDNA Garrett before NBC spun off facts of life the following season this twenty. Sixteen interview Ray said that she. And the, cast of. The, show remained, in touch over,.

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"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The news Hello I'm race Marie creek with. The BBC news then as, Wayne, and officials say two explosive drains have, detonated near President Nicolas Maduro as he was speaking as a military event in. The capital Caracas, Katie Watson reports President Nicolas Maduro had been speaking as a military parade held to celebrate the eighty first anniversary of. The Venezuelan army suddenly the. Audio went dead the television pictures continued to roll showing officials, behind miss Madero, looking up concerned the state broadcaster then cut to an aerial shot of soldiers standing in formation with the sound, of, panicked officials shouting dozens of soldiers began running and then the broadcast was cut a couple of hours later Mr. Madero. Paid, on television again he said the president of Colombia and unnamed financiers in the United. States were responsible it'll. Known rebel groups all data's day Fennell said it strains have been shot down by army snipers before they could reach. Their, target hundreds Thousands of, people in Argentina have marched through. The, streets of the capital Buenos Aires urging the. Senate to reject a proposal, to, legalize abortion Patti McGuire has this report, safe the two lives has become the slogan of those Argentinians who reject the. Proposed new legislation, to legalize abortion in the first fourteen weeks of pregnancy local media reporting that more than half a million people gathered. From across the country to. Make their voices heard the head of the senate's final vote, on August the, eighth they responding to a call alliance of fifteen thousand evangelical churches and many Catholics the country's predominant religion joined, the, March to show their support the lower house of congress already approved the measure in June two wildfires in northern California. In, the US have grown in size to cover nearly a thousand square kilometers of land. The blazes to the. North of San Francisco stretch from the coastal city of Mendocino to Kalisa county Joanna joy reports the authorities in California Say the scale of the Mendocino wildfires is, unprecedented so early in. The fire season they've ordered thousands of residents to evacuate their homes and say the fires are only about one third contained in the meantime attendee, owed blaze affecting a large area west of the city of reading his only gradually being brought under control six people died here four of them firefighters both areas remain under. A red flag warning as hot and windy conditions for the fires to spread, continue Joanna jolly with that report more than one thousand firefighters, tackling blazes in Portugal and Spain where temperatures have climbed to forty, six degrees approaching the all time record red alerts have been issued across the Iberian peninsula with one fire near. The Spanish city of better horse declared out, of control vulnerable people of all ages have been advised sustained, doors world news from the BBC The US first lady Melania Trump has expressed support for the basketball player LeBron James hours after her husband made insulting remarks about. Him on Twitter BBC's Chris Buckler, has more LeBron James is without any doubt one of the, biggest stars in American sports but he's found. Himself in the, news again because of his criticism of Donald Trump on CNN he accused the president of using sport to split. The US apart in, an angry tweets Mr.. Trump fired back at both of basketball star on the news network but LeBron James has a surprising ally Mr. Trump's own wife a statement by the first lady's spokeswoman said Melania Trump was impressed, by LeBron James is work to do good things on behalf of the. Next generation police in the US city of Portland in Oregon have been trying to separate a rally by too far right groups patriot. Prayer and proud boys from counterprotest as police used, stun grenades to disperse the Testers saying rocks and bottles have been. Held at the police had warned the demonstrators to leave their gums attain, the. US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has met the Indonesian. President Joko Widodo in Jakarta on the last, day of his five-day trip to Asia they were expected to discuss advancing security ties bilateral trade. And investment goals earlier Mr. Pompeo said diplomatic and economic pressure must be maintained on North. Korea to achieve denuclearization the Russian foreign ministry says it has appointed the. American actress Steven Seagal as a special. Envoy for humanitarian ties. With the United States making the announcement on, its official Facebook page the ministry said it would be an unpaid position similar to that of a United Nations goodwill ambassador Steven Seagal he's martial arts prowess helped to make him an international film star in the late ninety. Nine hundred and early nineties was granted Russian citizenship in nineteen twenty sixteen Phoebe scene News.

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Melania Trump praises LeBron James after her husband bashes him

BBC World Service

05:01 min | 2 years ago

Melania Trump praises LeBron James after her husband bashes him

"The news Hello I'm race Marie creek with. The BBC news then as, Wayne, and officials say two explosive drains have, detonated near President Nicolas Maduro as he was speaking as a military event in. The capital Caracas, Katie Watson reports President Nicolas Maduro had been speaking as a military parade held to celebrate the eighty first anniversary of. The Venezuelan army suddenly the. Audio went dead the television pictures continued to roll showing officials, behind miss Madero, looking up concerned the state broadcaster then cut to an aerial shot of soldiers standing in formation with the sound, of, panicked officials shouting dozens of soldiers began running and then the broadcast was cut a couple of hours later Mr. Madero. Paid, on television again he said the president of Colombia and unnamed financiers in the United. States were responsible it'll. Known rebel groups all data's day Fennell said it strains have been shot down by army snipers before they could reach. Their, target hundreds Thousands of, people in Argentina have marched through. The, streets of the capital Buenos Aires urging the. Senate to reject a proposal, to, legalize abortion Patti McGuire has this report, safe the two lives has become the slogan of those Argentinians who reject the. Proposed new legislation, to legalize abortion in the first fourteen weeks of pregnancy local media reporting that more than half a million people gathered. From across the country to. Make their voices heard the head of the senate's final vote, on August the, eighth they responding to a call alliance of fifteen thousand evangelical churches and many Catholics the country's predominant religion joined, the, March to show their support the lower house of congress already approved the measure in June two wildfires in northern California. In, the US have grown in size to cover nearly a thousand square kilometers of land. The blazes to the. North of San Francisco stretch from the coastal city of Mendocino to Kalisa county Joanna joy reports the authorities in California Say the scale of the Mendocino wildfires is, unprecedented so early in. The fire season they've ordered thousands of residents to evacuate their homes and say the fires are only about one third contained in the meantime attendee, owed blaze affecting a large area west of the city of reading his only gradually being brought under control six people died here four of them firefighters both areas remain under. A red flag warning as hot and windy conditions for the fires to spread, continue Joanna jolly with that report more than one thousand firefighters, tackling blazes in Portugal and Spain where temperatures have climbed to forty, six degrees approaching the all time record red alerts have been issued across the Iberian peninsula with one fire near. The Spanish city of better horse declared out, of control vulnerable people of all ages have been advised sustained, doors world news from the BBC The US first lady Melania Trump has expressed support for the basketball player LeBron James hours after her husband made insulting remarks about. Him on Twitter BBC's Chris Buckler, has more LeBron James is without any doubt one of the, biggest stars in American sports but he's found. Himself in the, news again because of his criticism of Donald Trump on CNN he accused the president of using sport to split. The US apart in, an angry tweets Mr.. Trump fired back at both of basketball star on the news network but LeBron James has a surprising ally Mr. Trump's own wife a statement by the first lady's spokeswoman said Melania Trump was impressed, by LeBron James is work to do good things on behalf of the. Next generation police in the US city of Portland in Oregon have been trying to separate a rally by too far right groups patriot. Prayer and proud boys from counterprotest as police used, stun grenades to disperse the Testers saying rocks and bottles have been. Held at the police had warned the demonstrators to leave their gums attain, the. US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has met the Indonesian. President Joko Widodo in Jakarta on the last, day of his five-day trip to Asia they were expected to discuss advancing security ties bilateral trade. And investment goals earlier Mr. Pompeo said diplomatic and economic pressure must be maintained on North. Korea to achieve denuclearization the Russian foreign ministry says it has appointed the. American actress Steven Seagal as a special. Envoy for humanitarian ties. With the United States making the announcement on, its official Facebook page the ministry said it would be an unpaid position similar to that of a United Nations goodwill ambassador Steven Seagal he's martial arts prowess helped to make him an international film star in the late ninety. Nine hundred and early nineties was granted Russian citizenship in nineteen twenty sixteen Phoebe scene News.

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"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They went wrong director too eager to be billion we'll be looking. At the impact fairly. House on businesses and individuals it's just really embarrassing, you want to go in hiding on exploring weather being more. Open about our mistakes might make, us more successful. I love discussion. While someone says this is wrong this is failure we're on. A, mission to find. Out the secret, of failing well that's global business after the news Hello I'm David Harper with. The BBC news the US secretary, of state Mike Pompeo has had diplomatic and economic pressure. Must be maintained on North Korea over its nuclear program but he said he was optimistic that the. Process for denuclearization would be achieved he was speaking after United Nations report. Found that North Korea had not stopped its nuclear and. Missile, programs Mr. Pompeo is. Attending. An Asian regional conference in Singapore charisma the Swannee is that even in the lead up to this summit it was very clear what the US is priorities at the summit we're. Going to be he wanted to emphasize the importance of keeping up. Economic sanctions you know. He said diplomatic and economic sanctions but frankly it's, really the economic sanctions that have taken a real chunk out. Of the North Korean regime's ability, to fund itself. Needs says it's. Vital for Asian governments to keep that pressure up and that. Was, the message he brought to the The summit today thousands of women. In the South Korean capital Seoul taking part in the latest protests against what they say is an epidemic. Of secretly filmed spike ham pornography Joanna jolly reports wearing. Red, t-shirts and with their faces covered the women wave banners with the, slogan my life is not your porn this is the latest demonstration. Against the use of. Secret recordings made on cameras hidden in changing rooms toilets and, public spaces, the finish, from these is shed, widely on, illegal porn sites the protesters say not enough is being done to punish the men who filmed. Distribute and view these images since, they began in may the mass demonstrations have become the. Biggest ever female lead protest movement in South Korea The United. States has urged Zimba as opposition leaders to, accept the official, results of the presidential elections which gave victory to the ruling party's Emmerson Mnangagwa the US State Department said those with grievances should pursue them peacefully through, established, legal, channels China urged respect for this Imbaba and people's choice the opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has rejected, the results saying the poll was. Rigged Gladys Tsunga cheerie an election observer helps to register women voters before the, poll in as much as we're able to. Mobilize in get citizens to engage with candidates across political parties. Will also says the a lot of intimidation that was happening especially in rural communities where people what ended those meetings then being threatened to say short the ruling party lose we will deal with you after the election Protesters, in, Iran are reported to of attacked a religious school in the latest in a wave of demonstrations across the country the head of a seminary in the northern town of Esther Hart said five hundred people chanting anti-government slogans trying, to break down doors and light fires sporadic protests in various cities have largely been largely, driven by anger at. The economic situation will news from the BBC The Israeli navy has intercepted a, Swedish flagged activists boat heading towards the Gaza Strip in an attempt to break Israel's blockade of. The territory is the second boat to be seized. In less than a week the vessel called freedom for Gaza was carrying twelve people and medical equipment a Russian helicopter carrying. Oil workers has crashed in the Siberian region of KRAsnoyarsk killing at least, eighteen people the Russian, transport ministry, said the aircraft went down near an, oil, installation about one hundred and eighty kilometers from the town of Isaka. It had fifteen passengers and three crew on board The group of Thai boys who. Spent more than two weeks trapped in a flooded cave have left a. Monastery where they spent time as Buddhist novices eleven boys and their football coach entered the temple in memory. Of a volunteer diver who died during, the rescue the twelfth boy is Christian and was not ordained the authorities have urged the media. To give them time to adjust to normal life In Britain the record-breaking hydroplane Bluebird is due to take to the water shortly for the first time in more than fifty years to, undergo trials, in Scotland high speed boat crashed in the late. District in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven killing the pilot Donald Campbell Katrina Renton reports Donald Campbell was attempting to break his own water. Speed record of two hundred and seventy six miles per hour he had reached speeds of more than three hundred miles per hour when Bluebird flipped and crashed on Coniston water. In the lake district Donald, Campbell lost his life while Bluebird broke up and sank but the jet engine hydroplane that, held seven world records was salvaged from the lake in two, thousand one after a painstaking seventeen year restoration she was loaded onto a trailer and brought onto the isle of. Beauty yesterday evening today she will be lowered onto. The water of lock fired where she will undergo trials Katrina Renton reporting BBC news Received a lot of attention what is it. What does it look like well a face mask worryingly an electric cord attached to, it exactly it's, a rejuvenation It's an American Beauty mask so you strap it. Onto your head? And then it gives you? Electric, shocks for about fifteen.

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BBC, North Korea and Donald Campbell discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

05:54 min | 2 years ago

BBC, North Korea and Donald Campbell discussed on Morning Edition

"They went wrong director too eager to be billion we'll be looking. At the impact fairly. House on businesses and individuals it's just really embarrassing, you want to go in hiding on exploring weather being more. Open about our mistakes might make, us more successful. I love discussion. While someone says this is wrong this is failure we're on. A, mission to find. Out the secret, of failing well that's global business after the news Hello I'm David Harper with. The BBC news the US secretary, of state Mike Pompeo has had diplomatic and economic pressure. Must be maintained on North Korea over its nuclear program but he said he was optimistic that the. Process for denuclearization would be achieved he was speaking after United Nations report. Found that North Korea had not stopped its nuclear and. Missile, programs Mr. Pompeo is. Attending. An Asian regional conference in Singapore charisma the Swannee is that even in the lead up to this summit it was very clear what the US is priorities at the summit we're. Going to be he wanted to emphasize the importance of keeping up. Economic sanctions you know. He said diplomatic and economic sanctions but frankly it's, really the economic sanctions that have taken a real chunk out. Of the North Korean regime's ability, to fund itself. Needs says it's. Vital for Asian governments to keep that pressure up and that. Was, the message he brought to the The summit today thousands of women. In the South Korean capital Seoul taking part in the latest protests against what they say is an epidemic. Of secretly filmed spike ham pornography Joanna jolly reports wearing. Red, t-shirts and with their faces covered the women wave banners with the, slogan my life is not your porn this is the latest demonstration. Against the use of. Secret recordings made on cameras hidden in changing rooms toilets and, public spaces, the finish, from these is shed, widely on, illegal porn sites the protesters say not enough is being done to punish the men who filmed. Distribute and view these images since, they began in may the mass demonstrations have become the. Biggest ever female lead protest movement in South Korea The United. States has urged Zimba as opposition leaders to, accept the official, results of the presidential elections which gave victory to the ruling party's Emmerson Mnangagwa the US State Department said those with grievances should pursue them peacefully through, established, legal, channels China urged respect for this Imbaba and people's choice the opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has rejected, the results saying the poll was. Rigged Gladys Tsunga cheerie an election observer helps to register women voters before the, poll in as much as we're able to. Mobilize in get citizens to engage with candidates across political parties. Will also says the a lot of intimidation that was happening especially in rural communities where people what ended those meetings then being threatened to say short the ruling party lose we will deal with you after the election Protesters, in, Iran are reported to of attacked a religious school in the latest in a wave of demonstrations across the country the head of a seminary in the northern town of Esther Hart said five hundred people chanting anti-government slogans trying, to break down doors and light fires sporadic protests in various cities have largely been largely, driven by anger at. The economic situation will news from the BBC The Israeli navy has intercepted a, Swedish flagged activists boat heading towards the Gaza Strip in an attempt to break Israel's blockade of. The territory is the second boat to be seized. In less than a week the vessel called freedom for Gaza was carrying twelve people and medical equipment a Russian helicopter carrying. Oil workers has crashed in the Siberian region of KRAsnoyarsk killing at least, eighteen people the Russian, transport ministry, said the aircraft went down near an, oil, installation about one hundred and eighty kilometers from the town of Isaka. It had fifteen passengers and three crew on board The group of Thai boys who. Spent more than two weeks trapped in a flooded cave have left a. Monastery where they spent time as Buddhist novices eleven boys and their football coach entered the temple in memory. Of a volunteer diver who died during, the rescue the twelfth boy is Christian and was not ordained the authorities have urged the media. To give them time to adjust to normal life In Britain the record-breaking hydroplane Bluebird is due to take to the water shortly for the first time in more than fifty years to, undergo trials, in Scotland high speed boat crashed in the late. District in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven killing the pilot Donald Campbell Katrina Renton reports Donald Campbell was attempting to break his own water. Speed record of two hundred and seventy six miles per hour he had reached speeds of more than three hundred miles per hour when Bluebird flipped and crashed on Coniston water. In the lake district Donald, Campbell lost his life while Bluebird broke up and sank but the jet engine hydroplane that, held seven world records was salvaged from the lake in two, thousand one after a painstaking seventeen year restoration she was loaded onto a trailer and brought onto the isle of. Beauty yesterday evening today she will be lowered onto. The water of lock fired where she will undergo trials Katrina Renton reporting BBC news Received a lot of attention what is it. What does it look like well a face mask worryingly an electric cord attached to, it exactly it's, a rejuvenation It's an American Beauty mask so you strap it. Onto your head? And then it gives you? Electric, shocks for about fifteen.

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"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of Nevada, and Arizona. Daniel Carson has, more. Air conditioners will be cranked up this. Week but utility say no, piece of equipment can run. At full capacity twenty four seven indefinitely so a week long heat wave will strain the electrical grid if people don't dial back their energy use in Thailand eleven boys. And their soccer coach rescued from a flooded cave are preparing to be ordained to become Buddhist. Monks and novices the b. b. the BBC's, Joanna jolly, says they took part in a ceremony today, at a Buddhist temple dressed in white shirts, and trousers the boys offered prayers at a Thai temple the full having their heads shaved in a special ceremony the Eleven young football players will meditate pray and clean the temple nine days Thai lucky number coach who's been criticized for taking the team to the cave in. The first place but praised for helping them survive will also join them degree pain to pay. Tribute to those involved in their rescue operation, including the, former tiny Daiva who died while delivering oxygen, tanks The group was trapped for, more than two weeks I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington and. This is morning edition, on WNYC in New York at eight forty three good morning I'm Kerry Nolan a federal judge will hear arguments today over whether to release. Pablo via via Asensio from immigration detention WNYC's Beth Fertig reports he was detained last month while delivering pizza to, the fort, Hamilton military base via the censeo had delivered pizza to. The base before but on June first he. Showed his New York City ID card and a guard conducted a background. Check that turned up an old deportation order, from twenty ten his lawyers argue via the censio, should be released because his wife sponsored him for, a green card in February the say it's wrong to deport him while that application is pending they also say he has two young daughters, one of whom has a congenital heart condition and can't go with him if he sent back to Ecuador a judge temporarily, blocked the government from deporting him in June but he's remain In, detention ever since Half. Of the new York Daily News newsroom has. Been laid off photographer Todd Mozelle was among those who, lost his job yesterday he says the ordeal was brutal Journalism is something more than a job for people it just is so you get emotionally wrapped. Up in it I am I am and I kid hope that the. Newspaper New York fixture for the last century was sold last year for one. Dollar trunk Chicago-based media company. Trunk announced the, staffing changes. In an internal memo yesterday the newspaper says. It will focus more, on breaking news and it's digital audience the area of Manhattan's flatiron district were esteem pipe exploded last Thursday is slowly coming back to life. New York City officials. Say seventeen of the forty four buildings closed after the incident have been reopened to their occupants officials expect to open. About fifteen more buildings today you're being watched that's what a new group. In Manhattan and Brooklyn want judges and prosecutors to know the. Group is court watch NYC they're volunteers who. Observe and take notes on as many arraignments as possible, WNYC's Zoe Osceola went to a Training session It's a typical afternoon in one of New York City's. Criminal courts calling in, docket noon seventy three charged with one, five, point two five, petty larceny and other. Related charges. Step up a defendant has been charged with stealing a five dollar bottle of dove body wash out of. Dwayne Reed it's a, misdemeanor charge but the prosecutor asks for lengthy sentence on a plea to the charge that people are asking for one year jail and five thousand. Dollars bail the defensive jacks of the defendant can't pay a few dollars. For soap how's she going to come up with five thousand dollars. For bail she should be released on her. Own recognizance this is a crime. Of poverty look at. The complaint it's about a bar. Of soap read the judge sets bail and. A trial date may seventeenth for supporting deposition in part c bells being set at two thousand dollars cash over two thousand. Dollars bond they are not in. A courtroom they're in a bookstore, in Dumbo and it's a. Mockery moment not a real. One court watch NYC trice replicate the pace of a. Real hearing it can be faster And it can be without microphones often so Amanda is. A public defender she, trains volunteers to sit in on arraignments, in, Brooklyn and Manhattan, to make sure prosecutors. Are living..

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"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Announced restrictions on its. Service in India to try to curb the spread of militias rumors several, fake stories have led to mope lynchings, the company owned by Facebook has said it will look to limit the mass forwarding of messages. False allegations about child abductions hold the? Harming of cows in a nation weather revered by Hindus of led to several. Deaths yeah this week the supreme court in India. Asked parliament to legislate against what it describes the, spreading menace of Lynch moms I'll, South Asia editor Joanna Johnny explains there are essentially two types of lynchings that are going on in india at the moment on the one hand you have what are known as cow lynchings and this is when a grief of man go out and they identify people who they think of some way have been involved with cows that either maybe slaughtering them for be for eating beef or handling them or smuggling them illegally and these people are identified and beaten and often beaten to death and there's been a definite increase in the number of these attacks in the last ten years twenty four of the people who died when muslims because it's mainly the minority muslim population in india he handle cows and beef because to them the cow isn't sacred and haley as it is to the majority hindu population most of the attacks have happened since prime minister narendra modi from the right wing hindu nationalist b._j._p. party came into power in two thousand and fourteen certainly the support may be also support the ideas behind caroline ching and he support the protection of the sacred cow and under prime minister muti the authorities haven't been quick and premise samedi himself hasn't been quick to condemn this sort of violence there's a second type of lynching that's going on as well now this is to do with a popularity of social media messaging groups in india which are incredibly popular whatsapp is widely used as his facebook messenger and i think it's to messengers biggest market actually india what happens is that people start to disseminate video clips on these social media apps and they often accuse random people or send a rumor around that child abductors are at whack and they show videos of children snatched off the back of motorbikes which have come from places that have nothing to do with actual abductions at have been cut down and put onto these messages now these accords mobster garard an identify people who they think potentially involved in these charter deductions and to beat them to death and quite often as people here Are outside at your passing through the town. Or they come, from a, lower social, group and in some cases they're women as well. In one case it was two men who stopped they caught ask for directions and they were dragged out of their. Car and interested act it was believed they are up to. No good in some way and why has the supreme court. Intervened, now this who Precourt in India has a slightly different role than it does, and other countries in. That it's always been very closely connected with, protecting fundamental human rights and this is due. To, an article in the Indian constitution that names it as the place that people can go to I did a final redress and also since the nineteen eighties it's. Been very connected to public interest litigation that socially disadvantaged groups can bring through the Indian courts because of this this Ukraine court has a sort of role where it can advise governments on set policies or even set. Policies, in a way that you wouldn't think a court we do say for instance in India the supreme court got involved in. Policies on pollution it's toll people I have to. Wear seatbelts it's banned, the sale of alcohol. In certain areas, there's been quite a large move. Into people who are against Cao vigilante ISM in particular he has started a movement called. Hashtag not in my name and an activist from this movement took. A petition to the supreme court and? Said, peace can you rule on this and the supreme court look to another article of the constitution which, advocated the protection of all groups from discrimination so no singling. Out of religious groups or people from different castes and said under this it felt that the government needed to act in. Needed to bring in special laws new laws to deal with, this kind of lynching it needs to set up fast track courts where cases like this can be tried and also, to overcompensation in legal aid to victims and their families Joanna jolly some called it Donald Trump's wrecking ball tour.

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"joanna jolly" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"joanna jolly" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"At archive dot w. RT Dot origin I'm Marion Marshall with the, BBC news the. Russian President Vladimir Putin has rounded on US critics of his summit with President Trump earlier. This week Mr Putin told a meeting of Russian diplomats in Moscow the powerful forces in the US wanted to sacrifice US Russian ties for the narrow party interests Yesterday was that. A fully fledged meeting has finally taken place making it possible to speak to each other directly on the whole it was successful and has led to useful agreements of. Course it remains to be seen how the situation will develop especially given that certain forces in America trying to belittle and undermined the results of the meeting in Helsinki. President Trump is again insisted that the Helsinki summit was a great success saying that he was, looking forward to a second meeting the new British minister. In charge of Brexit. Has said he's looking forward to intensify negotiations with, the European Union. With renewed energy with ticking towards Britain's, departure in March. Dominic Robb was appointed earlier this month after his predecessor resigned over the British government's latest. Stance advocating close links with the EU on the trading goods here's Dani abra heart the mood going into their first talks was warm the chief negotiator Michelle. Bonnier welcome tease new counterpart Mr. rob a Brexit supporter praised the work of Mr Barnier's team but the friendly tone belied the real sense of urgency Mr. Barnier pointed out that only thirteen weeks remain head. Of the European summit in October that's the target forgetting a withdrawal, agreement and a framework for a future relationship on trade and security. In place both sides insisted deal is still possible but the specter of failure also looms large with serious divisions in Britain's governing conservative party undermining confidence the International Monetary. Fund says some European Union countries will suffer significant economic damage if Britain leaves the block without agreeing a free trade deal his economics correspondent Andrew Walker the Amish analysis. Looks at the impact of two scenarios one is a new trade agreement between the UK and, the EU the other no such deal with trade in. Goods subject to tariffs. With no agreement the EU could suffer an economic, loss of one One hundred, percent in the long term and not point seven percent, in terms of jobs compared to what would have been. Expected. Had the UK remained in the u the impact varies markedly across Europe Ireland is. The one country which the IMF says is likely to be as hard hit as the UK the luxury fashion. Label Burberry says it's destroyed unsold close, excessive in cosmetics worth more than thirty six million dollars last year it said the aim was to. Protect its brand by preventing, the products being stolen or sold cheaply Burberry said. The process was environmentally friendly because the unwanted items were burned, and used to produce energy, world news from the BBC a widening corruption scandal has. Rocked Peru's Justice system the president of the supreme court and the national council, of, the magistrature have resigned following last, week's publication of audiotapes suggesting sentences. Could be bored and judicial influence was for sale The powerful Shia leader in Iraq Moqtada Al Sada has called for efforts to set up a new government to be postponed until, the bombs by protesters in the south a met the political bloc led by Muqtada Al Sada on the largest number of votes. In last May's. Election these are the first public comments on the demonstrations by the Shia cleric since they started more than a week ago an Olympic medal winning figure. Skater from, Kazakhstan has been stabbed to death then is ten who is twenty. Five was killed by robbers in Kazakhstan's capital Amata Joanna jolly reports news agency reported that Dennis. Ten was stabbed in the five by two men who tried to steal his car Mira's he was taken to hospital but later died, of his injuries the authorities say they're treating his. Death as murder and have launched an investigation to find the attackers Mr. ten who. Was of Korean origin won bronze at the two thousand fourteen Sochi Winter Olympics and was twice A medallist at the world figure skating championships he. Spoke of how much his Olympic medal men, for his country and how years later he was still being congratulated for..

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"joanna jolly" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"joanna jolly" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The need for a new routine customs check and controls between the uk and the whilst enabling cates control its own tariffs to boost trade with the rest of the world but they were extraordinary scenes in parliament when the opposition members complained that they hadn't been given a copy of the socalled white paper in advance in order to put questions to the government to political correspondent rob watson and asked him what he made of all this you could barely make this stuff up after two years of the government struggling to come to an agreement on what should britain's future relationship with the european union be what happens when they finally come to an agreement and have a paper it's not they're available for mp's to be able to debate while the secretary of state is up on his feet so the sitting of a house of commons in parliament was suspended amongst kind of role casinos in one con faring for the government of that may well be a portent i think of things to come as anybody then had a chance to have a look and see the headlines in this white paper but don't forget they've they've seen the headlines in the sense that people know mp's politicians everybody knows what the broad outline of the green was reached a last friday at chequers when the government wants way for its away so they all know that essentially the government after this two years of debate should it be a hard brexit should be a soft breaks has gone for the soft abraxas but the problem it seems to me which is really a parent's will ready is that it's a solution that's endanger of pleasing nobody because those who are on the remain side of the argument during the referendum say this is crazy this just doesn't go anywhere near far enough to protect our economic ties with the european union whereas those on the leave size are already screaming hang on a minute this isn't the pure unadulterated brexit that we dreamed of and before dominic robb the brexit secretary's statement was interrupted because of all the reasons you've outlined we did hear him sketch out a few of the d sales so so europe we'll have had a chance to maybe see a little more detail what what's the likely reaction to be i think the european union's actual be thanks very much for coming up with a plan lost after two years and i think they want to do anything that makes life excessively difficult for the for the british government but i think brussels nonetheless will reject this as it is and i think that's why we are headed towards a genuine political crisis in this country because i don't think this plan is going to be either accepted as it is in the british parliament i think it won't be accepted as it is in brussels if you think about the timetable this is all supposed to be agreed both in this country and with the eu twentyseven this future relationship by the time of the next e you leaders a big summit in the middle of october and it seems to me that we will well be heading for for the mother of all crises than of possibly another election in this country begging the european union to extend the process another referendum crashing out without the deal i think all of those scenarios are probably more likely than this white paper being accepted robots in our political correspondent members of pakistan's former governing party the pm l n say hundreds of members have been detained by police in the city of lahore before a general election later this month they say it's an attempt to prevent them holding rallies in support of their leader the former prime minister now as sharif more now from joanna jolly p l n members say police have raided the homes of party councillors in lahore entertained activists here in charge of organizing street protests they say the crackdown will make it harder for them to stage rallies when their leader now a streep returns to the city on friday mr sharieff who is currently in london was sentenced in sent here by pakistani corruption court to ten years in prison he says he will return to challenge the sentencing which he's described as politically motivated join a league now can you make a.

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"joanna jolly" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"joanna jolly" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The need for a new routine customs check and controls between the uk and the whilst enabling cates control its own tariffs to boost trade with the rest of the world but they were extraordinary scenes in parliament when the opposition members complained that they hadn't been given a copy of the socalled white paper in advance in order to put questions to the government to political correspondent rob watson and asked him what he made of all this you could barely make this stuff up after two years of the government struggling to come to an agreement on what should britain's future relationship with the european union be what happens when they finally come to an agreement and have a paper it's not they're available for mp's to be able to debate while the secretary of state is up on his feet so the sitting of a house of commons in parliament was suspended amongst kind of role casinos in one con faring for the government of that may well be a portent i think of things to come as anybody then had a chance to have a look and see the headlines in this white paper but don't forget they've they've seen the headlines in the sense that people know mp's politicians everybody knows what the broad outline of the green was reached a last friday at chequers when the government wants way for its away so they all know that essentially the government after this two years of debate should it be a hard brexit should be a soft breaks has gone for the soft abraxas but the problem it seems to me which is really a parent's will ready is that it's a solution that's endanger of pleasing nobody because those who are on the remain side of the argument during the referendum say this is crazy this just doesn't go anywhere near far enough to protect our economic ties with the european union whereas those on the leave size are already screaming hang on a minute this isn't the pure unadulterated brexit that we dreamed of and before dominic robb the brexit secretary's statement was interrupted because of all the reasons you've outlined we did hear him sketch out a few of the d sales so so europe we'll have had a chance to maybe see a little more detail what what's the likely reaction to be i think the european union's actual be thanks very much for coming up with a plan lost after two years and i think they want to do anything that makes life excessively difficult for the for the british government but i think brussels nonetheless will reject this as it is and i think that's why we are headed towards a genuine political crisis in this country because i don't think this plan is going to be either accepted as it is in the british parliament i think it won't be accepted as it is in brussels if you think about the timetable this is all supposed to be agreed both in this country and with the eu twentyseven this future relationship by the time of the next e you leaders a big summit in the middle of october and it seems to me that we will well be heading for for the mother of all crises than of possibly another election in this country begging the european union to extend the process another referendum crashing out without the deal i think all of those scenarios are probably more likely than this white paper being accepted robots in our political correspondent members of pakistan's former governing party the pm l n say hundreds of members have been detained by police in the city of lahore before a general election later this month they say it's an attempt to prevent them holding rallies in support of their leader the former prime minister now as sharif more now from joanna jolly p l n members say police have raided the homes of party councillors in lahore entertained activists here in charge of organizing street protests they say the crackdown will make it harder for them to stage rallies when their leader now a streep returns to the city on friday mr sharieff who is currently in london was sentenced in sent here by pakistani corruption court to ten years in prison he says he will return to challenge the sentencing which he's described as politically motivated join a league now can you make a.

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"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello and welcome to newshour from the bbc world service i'm james menendez coming up diplomacy trump style the us president needs the nato summit saying he's happy that fellow members of agreed to spend billions more on defense this was a fantastic two days this was really fantastic it all came together at the end and yes it was a little tough we'll find out what tough means and whether this old alliances stronger or weaker now we'll see today president trump has just arrived in the uk on his first official visit the british government's be sitting at its detailed plans for brexit plus a gripping and terrifying account of the thai cave rescued from one of the divers involved a turnaround after about fifty meters when i got soak and then we both agreed this is madness we're gonna kill ourselves there's no need for more people to dine escapes all of that more after the knees this is the bbc news hello i'm jonathan is art president trump has said he's now very happy with his nato allies for committing an extra thirty three billion dollars to military spending he told a news conference in brussels that nato was much stronger earlier mr trump shamed germany spain and belgium for falling well short of the collective pledge to spend two percent of gdp on defense our defense and diplomatic correspondent jonathan marcus he is like t to extract some significant additional defense expenditure but how quickly people reach this two percent target is unclear the likelihood of people going much beyond that i think is a fantasy so many more questions than answers and still a fundamental uncertainty about how mr trump really regards nato is it merely a set of transactional relationships or is it the fundamental bedrock of a transatlantic alliance that up to now at least it's been seen a securing as much america's defenses as it does the europeans russia has hit back at president trump's complaints about new gas pipeline being constructed between russia and germany the kremlin spokesman said mr trump was trying to force european customers to buy more expensive american energy and in the past few minutes president trump has landed in the uk for a two day working visit during his trip he will meet queen elizabeth and the prime minister britain's new brexit secretary dominic robb has outlined in parliament detailed plans for future trading relations with the european union after the uk leaves the block in march robertson reports after two years of indecision theresa may governments have finally opted for what might be called a softer brexit which envisages continuing close economic ties between britain and the eu of the heart of the plan is the idea of a free trade area and a common rulebook so we'll disruption to business and the need for a border between northern ireland and the irish republic but it's already meeting opposition from both brexit enthusiasts in the governing conservative party and from brussels so the government's may at last have a plan but the real drama over brexit is likely only just beginning members of pakistan's former governing party the pm l n say hundreds of their members have been detained by police in the city of lahore before general election later this month they say it's an attempt to prevent them holding rallies in support of their leader the former prime minister now i sharif more from joanna jolly pm l n members say police have raided the homes of party councillors in the whole and detained activists here in charge of organizing street protests they say the crackdown will make it harder for them to stage rallies when their leader now as chief returns to the city on friday mr sharieff who is currently in london was sentenced in absentia by a pakistani corruption court to ten years in prison he says he will return to challenge the sentencing which he described as politically motivated you're listening to the world news from the bbc this.

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James Menendez, Bbc and Two Percent discussed on BBC Newshour

BBC Newshour

04:01 min | 2 years ago

James Menendez, Bbc and Two Percent discussed on BBC Newshour

"Hello and welcome to newshour from the bbc world service i'm james menendez coming up diplomacy trump style the us president needs the nato summit saying he's happy that fellow members of agreed to spend billions more on defense this was a fantastic two days this was really fantastic it all came together at the end and yes it was a little tough we'll find out what tough means and whether this old alliances stronger or weaker now we'll see today president trump has just arrived in the uk on his first official visit the british government's be sitting at its detailed plans for brexit plus a gripping and terrifying account of the thai cave rescued from one of the divers involved a turnaround after about fifty meters when i got soak and then we both agreed this is madness we're gonna kill ourselves there's no need for more people to dine escapes all of that more after the knees this is the bbc news hello i'm jonathan is art president trump has said he's now very happy with his nato allies for committing an extra thirty three billion dollars to military spending he told a news conference in brussels that nato was much stronger earlier mr trump shamed germany spain and belgium for falling well short of the collective pledge to spend two percent of gdp on defense our defense and diplomatic correspondent jonathan marcus he is like t to extract some significant additional defense expenditure but how quickly people reach this two percent target is unclear the likelihood of people going much beyond that i think is a fantasy so many more questions than answers and still a fundamental uncertainty about how mr trump really regards nato is it merely a set of transactional relationships or is it the fundamental bedrock of a transatlantic alliance that up to now at least it's been seen a securing as much america's defenses as it does the europeans russia has hit back at president trump's complaints about new gas pipeline being constructed between russia and germany the kremlin spokesman said mr trump was trying to force european customers to buy more expensive american energy and in the past few minutes president trump has landed in the uk for a two day working visit during his trip he will meet queen elizabeth and the prime minister britain's new brexit secretary dominic robb has outlined in parliament detailed plans for future trading relations with the european union after the uk leaves the block in march robertson reports after two years of indecision theresa may governments have finally opted for what might be called a softer brexit which envisages continuing close economic ties between britain and the eu of the heart of the plan is the idea of a free trade area and a common rulebook so we'll disruption to business and the need for a border between northern ireland and the irish republic but it's already meeting opposition from both brexit enthusiasts in the governing conservative party and from brussels so the government's may at last have a plan but the real drama over brexit is likely only just beginning members of pakistan's former governing party the pm l n say hundreds of their members have been detained by police in the city of lahore before general election later this month they say it's an attempt to prevent them holding rallies in support of their leader the former prime minister now i sharif more from joanna jolly pm l n members say police have raided the homes of party councillors in the whole and detained activists here in charge of organizing street protests they say the crackdown will make it harder for them to stage rallies when their leader now as chief returns to the city on friday mr sharieff who is currently in london was sentenced in absentia by a pakistani corruption court to ten years in prison he says he will return to challenge the sentencing which he described as politically motivated you're listening to the world news from the bbc this.

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"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Trek near ninety for both monday and tuesday and sunny right through the period this is wnyc ninety three point nine fm hd new york this week a look at humanity's ancient often angst ridden relationship to alcohol from gilgamesh to the greeks hollywood a and a real over demosthenis is ars has ancient athens and yet because he was a water drinker people waste rather dafur there's a character in the robert altman movie the player who says he's on his way to an a meeting and one of his friends has oh i didn't know your problem and the character responds i don't but that's where all the deals are made on the morning of the accident i was drunk drunk right now because i'm gonna alcohol advertisements on television of young healthy beautiful people having a wonderful time consuming alcohol in france you wouldn't see that crack crystal heroin the most dangerous drugs to users but alcohol because of its prevalence of use was damaging drug to society it's all coming up after this live from npr news in washington i'm nora raum a federal judge is refusing to grant the trump administration a blanket extension of the deadline to reunite children separated from their parents at the border instead acknowledging that more time may be justified only in specific cases npr's richard gonzales reports jewish district judge dennis abroa in san diego heard the government's request to relax a deadline of next tuesday to reunify about one hundred one minors under the age of five with their parents a government lawyer said thus far it has matched only eighty three children with their families judge subroto said he needed more information before considering the government's request and he ordered the government to come up with a list of the reunification status of the children before he holds another hearing on monday the judge already has set a deadline of july twenty six for the reunification of older children richard gonzales npr news activists say they expect hundreds of protesters will shut down a portion of a busy chicago expressway this morning during a march against violence npr's cheryl corley reports that's despite a warning from state police to drop the idea this planned march along chicago's dan ryan expressway comes after a spate of shootings in chicago neighborhoods plagued by gun violence activists like fifteen year old ran a home and say the march will force officials to pay more attention to the problem she adds the city shuts down roads when dignitaries come to town or for sports celebrations the weakest sat down dare derive for two hours to get the justice that we deserve for the innocent lives being loved the illinois state police director leo schmidt says the march could be considered reckless and he strongly discourages it a potential danger and threat to life is just too great to allow the plans call for marchers to walk about a mile and a half on the expressway cheryl corley npr news chicago dozens of people have been killed nearly fifty are missing and flooding and landslides in japan triggered by torrential rains as abc's joanna jolly reports fifty thousand rescuers have been deployed as the rains continue to fall japan's emergency services have been struggling to locate and rescue those trapped and wounded by the flooding the majority of deaths have occurred in hiroshima prefecture where authorities say the risk of landslides has increased one and a half million people have been ordered to evacuate their homes in central and western japan and three million more have been advised to do so the meteorological agency has issued a special warning saying over the next few days rainfall is expected to be the highest seen in decades the bbc's joanna jolly in thailand the search continues for eighteen people still missing after a tour boat sank thursday it was carrying tourists from china when it went down during a storm off the tourist island of pu cat officials say that thirty eight people are now confirmed dead this is npr news from washington barack obama is calling for media outlets to step up as they struggled to survive in a changing media landscape allison robert's reports the former president spoke at a climate change event in portugal the media has an important role building a consensus the action on the challenges faced by humanity obama told the climate change leadership summit in porto but he noted the media landscape in the us and other democracies is in trouble if people once agreed more or less on the same factual reality that is no longer the case solution or traditional more they're not just businesses he stressed bump protectors of democracy for.

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"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On the outskirts of naples at a place called is chain say which is the city of sciences used to be an old steel plant it's now being converted into an incubator city where startup companies are setting up and doing that thing manohla santa rosa and in global business this week i'm asking what impact new tech businesses might have in southern italy where unemployment is high and loss of talented young people have left kevin new wave of entrepreneurs reverse that trend there are not that many companies coming out from here so it's gonna yeah definitely it's important to you is to stay in this part of italy yeah one of our main effort provide people possibly to st but will investors be prepared to back these pioneers that's all in global business after the news hello this is kathy clugston with the bbc news the thai boys trapped in a cave complex for two weeks have written letters to their parents reassuring them that they're all strong and that they're being well taken care of the notes include requests for their favourite food grilled pork and vegetables said one the team's coach also offered his apologies to the parents in a separate letter the mission commander not on sack also satanic corn gave this update about the rescue efforts following the death of one of its divers on friday me out i hit the mission failed yesterday the whole team felt said the death of one person has affected the whole rescue team we need to try to prevent this kind of thing from happening i cannot guarantee it will not happen again but we will try our best this is why we need to keep testing rescue plan until it's perfect at least twenty seven people have been killed nearly fifty are missing in japan in flooding and landslides triggered by torrential rains fifty thousand members of the police firefighters and the defence forces have been deployed to search and rescue joanna jolly reports as the rains continued to fall japan's emergency services have been struggling to locate and rescue those trapped and wounded by the flooding the majority of deaths have occurred in hiroshima prefecture where authorities say the risk of landslides has increased one and a half million people have been ordered to evacuate their homes in central and west in japan and three million more have been advised to do so the meteorological agency has issued a special warning saying over the next few days rainfall is expected to be the highest seen in decades reports are coming in from somalia of two huge explosions in the capital mogadishu they say the blasts occurred near the police headquarters in the district where the presidential palace is situated the reports speak of gunfire being heard and smoke rising above the buildings there is no word on casualties yet two years after britain voted to leave the eu the prime minister theresa may says she hopes the proposals for future relations agreed by her cabinet will be received positively in brussels she said the blueprint marked an important step here's chris mason firstly its advocates a free trade area for goods different arrangements would be arrived out for services with the proposals acknowledging this will mean the uk and the you will not have current levels of access to each other's markets on customs for so long a sticking points a plan ministers hype that will remove the need for customs checks and controls as if in a combined customs territory freedom of movement as it stands will come to an end but the plan outlines what it calls a mobility framework so that you k and e you citizens can continue to travel to each of other's territories and apply for study and work world news from the bbc the us secretary of state mike pompeo has held a second day of talks with north korean officials in pyongyang the talks follow president trump's summit last month with kim jong un it's not clear if mr pompeo met the north korean leader a us state department spokeswoman said the group had been set up to discuss details of denuclearization plan there's been criticism of an indian minister's decision to meet a group of men convicted of lynching a muslim trader on suspicion of transporting beef reports said the minister and the state of jharkand received the mandate has residents after they were given bail cows are revered by hindus and there have been a series of attacks by hindu extremists on people they accuse of eating or carrying beef one of cycling's most prestigious events the tour de france begins today the british writer chris miss hoping to secure a fifth title the.

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"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"joanna jolly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Who says policies like cancer heart disease and diabetes account for forty one million dollars a year more than seventy percent of premature deaths worldwide five dangerous animals who escaped from zoo in western germany had been recaptured they included two lions tigers and jagua his joanna jolly local residents were advised to stay indoors while the animals were at large in the area around the iphone zoo in luna bach they escaped when major flooding breached fences in their enclosures about also broke free but was shot dead by authorities the five big cats and now reported to be back in their cages world news from the bbc this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake good morning despite eight months of work nearly four billion dollars of investment officials say puerto rico's electric grid is almost certain to collapse again if and when the next hurricane hits the associated press reports that all the work on the grid since hurricane maria hit last september has yet to make up for decades of mismanagement here in new york the port authority is rolling out a new winter storm plan after a nor'easter bungled flight scheduled on luggage transfers for days at jfk among the biggest changes is the creation of an emergency operation center where every agency that works at the airport as well as four out of the six terminal operators will be staff during bad weather former us transportation secretary ray lahood was hired to investigate the january meltdown he says noperation centers standard in most major airports so everybody knows what the game plan is and how people are going to handle the traveling public their bags and the flights the centers colonel lee only used during bad weather but lahood said it should be expanded to a twenty four hour operation a week after the mta released a plan for fixing the subway system governor cuomo says the best way to pay for it would be congestion pricing his primary opponents cynthia nixon is now released her.

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BBC Newshour

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Lions, tigers, jaguar returned to German zoo; bear shot dead

"Who says policies like cancer heart disease and diabetes account for forty one million dollars a year more than seventy percent of premature deaths worldwide five dangerous animals who escaped from zoo in western germany had been recaptured they included two lions tigers and jagua his joanna jolly local residents were advised to stay indoors while the animals were at large in the area around the iphone zoo in luna bach they escaped when major flooding breached fences in their enclosures about also broke free but was shot dead by authorities the five big cats and now reported to be back in their cages world news from the bbc this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake good morning despite eight months of work nearly four billion dollars of investment officials say puerto rico's electric grid is almost certain to collapse again if and when the next hurricane hits the associated press reports that all the work on the grid since hurricane maria hit last september has yet to make up for decades of mismanagement here in new york the port authority is rolling out a new winter storm plan after a nor'easter bungled flight scheduled on luggage transfers for days at jfk among the biggest changes is the creation of an emergency operation center where every agency that works at the airport as well as four out of the six terminal operators will be staff during bad weather former us transportation secretary ray lahood was hired to investigate the january meltdown he says noperation centers standard in most major airports so everybody knows what the game plan is and how people are going to handle the traveling public their bags and the flights the centers colonel lee only used during bad weather but lahood said it should be expanded to a twenty four hour operation a week after the mta released a plan for fixing the subway system governor cuomo says the best way to pay for it would be congestion pricing his primary opponents cynthia nixon is now released her.

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KQED Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"joanna jolly" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In nicaragua have called on president daniel ortega to bring elections forward to help him weeks of civil unrest the main business lobby group cosa said that given the magnitude of the crisis facing nicaragua miserable tiger should try every peaceful solution the next presidential election is due in twenty twenty one a british labour rights activists has had his conviction overturned by an appeals court in thailand andy hall was sentenced to three years in prison in two thousand sixteen for criminal defamation and violating thailand's computer crimes act he interviewed migrant workers for a report published by finnish consumer organization into alleged abuses in thai food processing factories the bangkok criminal court ruled the mr who have been acting in the public interest a new book detailing the adventures of the muslim children's character paddington bear is being published today paddington at saint pauls tells the story of the band's visit to the famous london cathedral as joanna jolly reports these new book about the mama laid loving bear from peru was written by his creator michael bond before he died at the age of ninety one last year in it paddington becomes mistaken for a member of the choir at simples cathedral and the usual mishaps and mayhem follow the book comes out sixty years after michael bonds first book about the bear he's named after the london railway station where he was found mr bonds daughter said she hoped the new story would help paddington legacy continue for another sixty years the bbc news you're listening to the inquiry on the bbc world service with me chloe had timofey each week one question four expert witnesses an answer.

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