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Syria summit in Iran may decide Idlib military offensive

BBC World Service

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Syria summit in Iran may decide Idlib military offensive

"Well service on Jonathan Blake serious last rebel-held province could become the site of the seven-year war's bloodiest battle. Now, the president said Iran Russia and Turkey meat to discuss the fate of eight lib on correspondence around the region will look ahead to the three-way summit politicians on all sides condemn the stabbing of the far right front runner in Brazil's presidential election game. It's intolerable. It is an unfortunate example of our democracy. God willing Bolsonaro recovers the US and UK team up to

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Jeremy Corbyn, Catholic Church and President Trump discussed on News and Papers

News and Papers

02:34 min | 2 years ago

Jeremy Corbyn, Catholic Church and President Trump discussed on News and Papers

"The department of health has confirmed it will approve plans to allow women in England to take. Abortion medication in their own home the changes mean. Women will no longer have to take the second of. Two abortion pills at, the clinic. Last month government was criticized as being out of step because the practices, already allowed in Scotland and Wales the president of the Royal College of obstetricians and gynecologists professor let's Regan says it's a welcome change many

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"jonathan blake" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"This is. CBS news on. The hour sponsored by ZipRecruiter I'm Jim shanavie there's been an incident just outside of British parliament. In London as a car, crash through. Barriers injuring a number of pedestrians BBC correspondent, Jonathan Blake is there I can see Hoffer doesn't. Police calls also more arriving. All the time we've seen an, ambulance drive past, chief fire engines drive pasta armed police officers regular police officers as well and several police motorbike in attendance Driver the car is. In custody police would not say if. They suspected terrorism in an attack. Last year a fifty. Two year old convert to Islam drove a car into people on a bridge, leaving five dead and fifty injured before he, was shot dead by police in today's incident police say none. Of the injuries appears to be life threatening there's been another death. On the wildfire lines in California a firefighter was helping to battle that state's biggest. Wildfire ever the Mendocino complex place CBS's Steve Futterman the firefighter has not been named he is. From Utah, he was, killed as he battled an active portion of. The Mendocino complex fire the firefighter was airlifted to a. Local hospital but. The injuries were too serious and he was pronounced dead a state of emergency exists in parts. Of central and eastern Pennsylvania, after a. Day of torrential rains caused flash flooding filling, roads and basements with floodwaters this all comes on. The heels of heavy rains. And flooding in New Jersey over, the weekend WCBS, TD's Jessica Layton the flood water in this street is receipt But with more rain in the forecast we're being told it will be at least two. Days before people who. Were rescued and evacuated can go back home I'm standing my house looking through the window watching the water come in Feeling.

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Westminster car crash: What we know so far

24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Westminster car crash: What we know so far

"It's, one o'clock Is CBS news on the hour sponsored. By Quicken Loans. I'm Jim shanavie there's been an incident just outside of British parliament in London as a car. Crash through barriers injuring a, number of. Pedestrians BBC correspondent Jonathan Blake is there I can see a half a dozen police cars also more arriving. All the time we've seen. An ambulance drive past two fire engines drive past their, armed police officers regular police officers as well and several police. Motorbike in attendance Driver. The car is in custody police would. Not say if they suspected terrorism. In an attack last. Year a fifty two year old convert to Islam drove a car into people, on a bridge leaving

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"jonathan blake" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"CBS news on, the hour sponsored by theraworx relief I'm Jim. Shanavie there's been an incident just outside of British parliament in, London as a car crashed. Through barriers injuring a, number of BBC. Correspondent Jonathan Blake is. There I can see a half a dozen police cars also, more, arriving, all, the time we've seen an ambulance drive past fire. Engines drive past, their armed police. Officers regular police officers as well and several police most of I in attendance Driver the. Car is in custody police would not. Say if they suspected terrorism in. An attack last year. A fifty two year old convert to Islam drove a car into people on. A bridge leaving five dead and fifty injured, before he was shot dead by police in today's incident police. Say none of the injuries appears to be life threatening he's been. Another death on the wildfire lines in California a firefighter was helping to battle that. State's biggest wildfire ever the Mendocino complex place CBS's Steve Futterman the firefighter has not been named. He is from Utah he was killed as he battled an active portion of the Mendocino complex fire the. Firefighter was airlifted. To a local hospital but the injuries were too serious and he was pronounced dead a state, of emergency exists in parts of central and eastern Pennsylvania after a day of torrential rains caused flash flooding filling roads and basements with floodwaters. This all comes on the. Heels of heavy rains and flooding in New Jersey, over the weekend WCBS TD's Jessica late floodwater. In this street is receipt Eating but. With more rain in the forecast we're being told it will be at least two days before. People who were rescued and evacuated can go back home The worst part about it is I'm standing my house looking through the window watching the water company Upi Feeling.

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Snapchat lost three million users in Q2 2018

Today

08:51 min | 2 years ago

Snapchat lost three million users in Q2 2018

"Cova Boris Johnson to be suspended from the parliamentary party because of his criticism of Muslim face fails to leading companies are being broken rules about advertising, junk food to children, and a service of commemoration is taking place in northern France to Mark the centenary of the battle of annual which proved a turning point at the end of the first World War. The BBC news is read this morning, but Chris Aldridge there's mounting pressure from within the conservative party for Boris Johnson to apologize for his comments about berkers cobs in a newspaper column, the former foreign secretary wrote that Muslim women who wore the full face veil, looked like letterboxes or Bank robbers. Theresa May said Mr. Johnson should say, sorry, but others have gone further. The founder of the conservative Muslim forum has said he should lose the whip meaning he would no longer represent the party at Westminster, our political correspondent. Jonathan Blake reports in his Daily Telegraph column. Boris Johnson argued against public ban on the burqa. And kneecap as has been introduced in Denmark but the language used his prompted criticism from opposition MP's groups representing the Muslim community and some senior members of his own party speaking on this, program the culture secretary, Jeremy Wright said it was reasonable to have a robust debate about the burqa but mister Johnson's language hadn't been helpful advice to Boris would be tough this conversation by all means and. To give his point of view in, a robust way but to make sure as a public figure the language he's using doesn't cause offence if it doesn't have to the conservative peer, Lord shake went further saying Boris Johnson should be thrown out of the parliamentary, party for what he said a. Source close to Mr. Johnson said he, would, not be apologizing and it. Was ridiculous to attack his views in this way nearly a month since he quit his foreign secretary over the prime minister's Brexit strategy, Boris Johnson's comments. On this topic have again demonstrated his capacity. To prompt debate and division within the conservative party And. Beyond the advertising standards, authority is up held. Complaints against KFC and Kellogg's for advertising junk food to children new rules, banning adverts of foods high in fat. Sugar and salt to under sixteen came into force last summer KFC apologize saying it's advert had been mistakenly place near school, catalogue says it has reduced the sugar in, it cereals the president of the Royal. College of pediatrics and child health professor Russell Vajna told us more needed to be done to address the rules as I stand only applied to children's. Programming which is a pretty small amount of the television that children watch so the real issue is family television viewing it's the way children watch TV with their families before the nine o'clock watershed when they watch. The big programs the x factor Britain's got talent and that's where we need to get new restrictions in place The I recall petition for British MP opens later this morning. Voters in north Antrim are being asked whether the DUP's Ian Paisley should face a, by election, after he failed to, declare family holidays, paid for by the Sri Lankan government is currently suspended from. Westminster on. The legislation introduced two years ago constituents. Can sign a petition to unseat their MP if they've committed misdemeanors, more details from our correspondent Emma Vardi paisley went on three luxury holidays at the expense of the Sri Lankan government in two thousand thirteen. He later lobby David Cameron then prime minister, on the country's behalf after this came to light last year the. Parliamentary standards committee concluded Mr. paisley was guilty. Of serious misconduct the recall petitions open at nine o'clock this morning and Mr. Paisley's north Antrim constituency if over, the next six weeks that signed, by ten percent of constituents it will lead to a by-election The rules allow for petitions to. Be opened up to ten locations and there's been criticism of the electoral office by Xinfei over the. Decision to open just three Mr. paisley has insisted he will fight any by election to save his Westminster seat. In Indonesia a. Hundred and, fifty people are now believed to have. Died as a result of the two, strong earthquakes on the island of Lomborg an estimated seventy thousand people have been left homeless rescue teams are still searching for survivors one Red Cross worker. Said that in some villages on the island every house had collapsed and, roads and bridges have been destroyed Elon Musk has said. He's considering taking the electric car company tesla back into private ownership the billionaire said he'd secured the more than seventy billion dollars needed to buy back the. Shares trading and tesla was briefly halted on. The new York Stock Exchange after the announcement the chairs eventually ended, the day eleven percent up Kim Gittleson reports from New York Elon Musk has had a difficult. Relationship with stock market investors he's been particularly angered by the so-called shortsellers who've made record bats on the ultimate collapse of tesla Mr., Musk's tweet that he was, considering taking the electric carmaker off the market and back. Into private ownership caused an immediate spike in, its share price before trading was halted and it threatened no same. Shortsellers with big losses Mr. mosque followed up his tweets with a letter. To the company in which he said that while no. Final decision has been made he believes taking the company private would create the environment for tesla to operate. Best if tesla has taken private at the price Mr. musk suggests it would be the. Biggest buyout in US history the latest financial results for the photo and video sharing. App Snapchat show it's lost three million users in the last three months Snapchat. Had one hundred. Thousand eight million daily users in, the last quarter, down from one hundred and nine Ninety one million. In the three months before analysts say Snapchat is facing strong challenges from rival such as Facebook and Instagram Argentina's Senate will vote, later on whether to legalize abortion in the first fourteen weeks. Of pregnancy currently is only allowed. In the case of rape or if the woman's life is endangered or South America. Correspondent Katie Watson reports from Buenos Aires the fact that this vote is, even taking place is a big moment for Argentina campaigners have been fighting, to legalize abortion for more than a decade here introducing bills to congress on seven separate occasions until now they've got nowhere but. The, growing strength of the women's rights movement has. Had a big influence in pushing the issue of, abortion the, political agenda however Catholicism still holds a powerful place in Argentina it's the birthplace of the current pope after all since June when the lower house narrowly voted in favor of allowing abortion religious groups have. Been campaigning hard to ensure the Bill doesn't become no, hundreds of thousands of people are expected to hold a vigil outside congress Throughout the debate to people have been rescued after yacht collided. With a cargo vessel off the coast of Dungeness in Kent the coastguard. Received a mayday call from the York just after four o'clock this morning, crew members both thought to be uninjured a project is beginning to locate all of the public defibrillators in England, Scotland it's known. That, there are tens of thousands of the machines. In stations public buildings offices and shops but ambulance, crews and, nine nine nine operators often don't know where they are the British heart foundation is creating a database of all the sites so that when people collapsed they can be offered potentially life-saving help for more quickly Theresa May and Prince William will be among two thousand guests attending a ceremony in northern France to Mark the centenary of the battle of annual the battle marked the start of the final major offensive of the first World War helping to bring about the. Honest in November nineteen eighteen correspondent Daniela Daniela Ralph is there the battle of Amazon was the beginning of the end of World War One not as well known. As the battles of the song more passion Dale it did the start started the, hundred day offensive toward the armistice it gave the is physical and psychological superiority over Germany today's commemoration will tell, the, story of Amazon through diary extracts letters and poems that you could Cambridge, will give the opening reading, at the ceremony and meet, the, descendants of those who fought the event will. Recognize the importance of all the allied nations who made such significant gains on the eighth of, August nineteen eighteen it will also remember the brutal impact The battle had on German. Forces described by one general as the blackest day for the German.

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"jonathan blake" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Say on a clarification whether he wishes, destroy Brexit that's not a very parliament stressed you. Might say sites And In fact about sabotaging. Brexit but Lord Hailsham argued this issue was bigger than party politics This. Is the high court. Of parliament and we're not party hatch And when, it came to the vote peers. Insisted, on parliament having a say sending the Bill to the Commons again Q. more frantic negotiations and, a last government compromise that MP's would have a. Meaningful vote if the speaker John berko ruled in favor of one the concession was, put to a final tight votes pregnant pays was summoned and one MP who'd been. Receiving hospital treatment was wheeled three the Commons covenant of blanket and carrying a sick, bowl at the end of it all the government won. The day just, the is to. The right three hundred three the nose, to the left three, hundred and nine, teen so the news the news heavy And all that meant the Bill finally received Royal. Center at the, end of, June So how bruising battle has list? Been and how is anyone supposed, to, keep, the ins and outs of Brexit questions I put to BBC political correspondent Jonathan Blake what it's baffling enough for those of. Us whose job it is to cover the process of Brexit on a daily basis so I think people watching and listening and reading. And trying to understand what's going on could. Be forgiven for being a bit confused and we have seen the government's position, change we go back to the speeches at the prime minister made at various. Points, and then the agreement that was made at Chequers in the subsequent white paper still. We hear that ministers disagree within the cabinet on whether that's the right way forward So how damaging has been to the Tory party Well I think there's no question that it. Has been a damaging process for the conservative party we've seen different factions. Of the parliamentary conservative party turning on each other we've seen arguments about their own party, policy in the government's policy played out in public and when people, see that the, party is turned on it self whatever the issue it's never going to be good in. Terms of convincing the public.

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Russia responds quid pro quo to diplomats' expulsions

Today

02:26 min | 3 years ago

Russia responds quid pro quo to diplomats' expulsions

"The united states is indicated is ready to take further action against russia in response to the expulsion of sixty american diplomats yesterday moscow announced the move in retaliation for washington kicking out an identical number of russian officials earlier this week as part of a coordinated international response to the nerve agent attack in salisbury sarah raynsford reports from moscow the us has until the weekends to close and fake eight its consulate in saint petersburg and sixty us diplomats mainly in moscow have a week to pack their bags and leave it is the first stage in russia's response to a coordinated wave of of its diplomats from europe and the us that my show of solidarity with britain over the nerve agents attack in salisbury appears to have taken moscow by surprise officials here kobe expulsions outrageous and accused the anglo saxons as they now say of misleading and pressuring their allies in a campaign of slander against russia moscow has now confirmed that it will match the number of diplomats for expulsion one for one is also promised to go further there what that means isn't yet clear thirty nine labour mp's and peers have signed a letter urging jeremy corbyn to suspend a senior official over her handling of a complaint about antisemitism christine shaw croft who stood down as head of the party's disputes panel of two calling for the reinstatement of a council candidate accused of denying the holocaust the letter expresses deep concern that she remains a member of labour's national executive committee as a political correspondent jonathan blake reports the group of thirty nine including three shadow oh ministers led by the mp schiff mcdonagh she told bbc news some within the labour party felt very strongly that christine shawcross should be suspended the letter says that it is utterly wrong and highly offensive to the jewish community that someone who defends a labor candidate who has been suspended for holocaust denial should be a member of the parties governing body the letter urges jeremy corbyn to suspend michelle croft which the group says would be an initial step towards honoring his commitment to tackle antisemitism mr goldman has repeatedly condemned antisemitism and the bbc understands he intends to announce a speeding up of the party's disciplinary procedures some of his supporters say the issue is being used to destabilize him mr cubans office of response to the letter a report by mp's is accused some academy school trusted ingram of using taxpayers money to pay excessive salaries to senior staff.

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"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Allah bad then gunman entered the compound shortly after that and children in schools and people living nearby fled the area at as one witness described as the attackers were entering the building gunfire was was being heard at the same time four attack is in police uniform were told by a police official commonly used tactic but there was no immediate confirmation of that this man described what was happening as the gunfire went on behind him louis slow widow rosa alice should but of the issues he says he was shot when he heard gun shots and explosions and then suicide attack is still in the building the decide the situation is quite bad and that he saw several injured and dead bodies jonathan blake or the attack comes several months after the international committee of the red cross announced it was dramatically reducing operations in afghanistan following a string of attacks on its personnel in october of last year the icrc said it had no choice but to drastically cut back its staff especially in the northern regions of the country including kunduz province james menendez book to his enter any head of the icrc in afghanistan and asked her for her reaction to the attack on the save the children operation in jalalabad what happening in afghanistan right now a confirmation that humanitarian workers remain that a clear softtarget in this country we have suffered a lot last year in the north of afghanistan in pre.

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"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Allah bad then gunman entered the compound shortly after that and children in schools and people living nearby fled the area at as one witness described as the attackers were entering the building gunfire was was being heard at the same time four attack is in police uniform were told by a police official commonly used tactic but there was no immediate confirmation of that this man described what was happening as the gunfire went on behind him louis slow widow rosa alice should but of the issues he says he was in shot when he heard gun shots and explosions and then suicide attack is still in the building the decide the situation is quite bad and that he saw several injured and dead bodies jonathan blake or the attack comes several months after the international committee of the red cross announced it was dramatically reducing operations in afghanistan following a string of attacks on its personnel in october of last year the icrc said it had no choice but to drastically cut back its staff especially in the northern regions of the country including kunduz province james menendez book to his enter any head of the icrc in afghanistan and asked her for her reaction to the attack on the save the children operation in jalalabad what happening in afghanistan right now a confirmation that humanitarian workers remain that a clear softtarget in this country we have suffered a lot last year in the north of afghanistan in pre.

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"jonathan blake" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Of the biggest parties was along the banks of the thames as big ben ran night jonathan blake was there has midnights arrived the crowds who'd waited for several hours to see the fireworks looked upi or is these spectacular display began he may then ran again cut if you've been if around seventy about bull in all of ours i was a it was he was worth the every minute the london i was the centerpiece as ever with fifty thousand explosions lighting up the night sky in if we color the soundtrack for the second half of the display featured exclusively female artists to celebrate 2018 as the send tinari year if women getting the right to vote in the uk the mayor of london city com said it was important to show the world that london was open after a difficult here which saw several terror attacks on the city security was tight with armed officers on patrol for the celebrations went off successfully and for those who come to see the show up close it did not disappoint jonathan blake reporting the time is ten paul state of two four days of antigovernment protests in iran the biggest in nearly a decade president hassan rouhani appealed last night for com people had the right to protest he said but not to commit acts of violence messaging apps and are being blocked in iran but the demonstrations have so far involved tens of thousands of people in several cities which joined on the line by our defense national correspondent lease de set and from all middlesbrouugh's studio by sir richard dalton who was the british ambassador to iran between two thousand and two and two thousand and six good morning to you both group morning lease out we are only a few months on from president rouhani being reelected so why do you think these protests a break it out now not just reelected for reelected by that started getting almost double the votes of his hardline arrival and it was seen as a real victory for him in a victory for iranian saying they wanted a more great her opening to the world and yes now here we are with people calling for the death to the decatur referring of course not just to him but also in an unprecedented way calling for an end to terek of.

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"jonathan blake" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Fireworks and lord music one of the biggest parties was along the banks of the thames as big ben round night jonathan blake was there oh he has midnight arrived the crowd suit waited for several hours to see the fireworks looked up in or is these spectacular display began the aaa guy if you've been if around seventy five out boy of ours i was a it was a it was worth the every minute the london i was the centerpiece as ever with fifty thousand explosions lighting up the night sky in if we tell jonathan blake reporting the time is nine minutes pulse seven protest is in iran have been warned by president rouhani that there is a difference between criticizing the government and violence and destruction of public property he was speaking after a fourth day of demonstrations the largest in iran since two thousand nine customer najji special correspondent of bbc potion tv awards to president burhanni's words mean a d think catherine tons of how the protesters will now be dealt with m a notes sure actually uh in a sense that he doesn't actually threaten the demonstrators all he says is that the romanians have the right to protest but not the right to caused destruction or of violence and he says we have problems that date back to earth of years ago his referring to iran's as int international sanctions against iran uh because of its nuclear program but nevertheless he says he wants to the people and the government to work handinhand to resolve these issues his words are unlikely to to do anything in a sense that is not going to calm the situation those people on the streets of continued last night after his speech throughout the country and there were reports of clashes in author does and more than half a dozen probably a dozen cities across the country and we hearing reports that even at one of the towns in the west are in the control of the demonstrators today so things haven't changed because basically the situation is so serious that it needed something extraordinary from president roh honey and dot woodson a a forthcoming in a sense that those people out on the street might ask came when was the last time that iran is had actually the right to demonstrate in iran freely and when were an who is responsible for the violence of course in.

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"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is from unnecessary regulation are only about ensuring that broadband internet service providers have and maintain the keys to the internet this is the very first time that the federal communications commission has this of vows substantial protections for consumers online we'll have more decision means in a moment but first a quick guide to net neutrality from jonathan blake watching videos good morning everybody how are you guys streaming music checking social media should everything on the internet be equally accessible that is the principle of net neutrality and at the moments the company you pay to get online you're internet service provider cannot prioritise one sites all service over another think of it like a stream of traffic on a road cars driving at the same speed what if some could be allowed to drive faster will given their own separate road other cause could be blocked from the rodal together so a fool's enforcing net neutrality change companies like gugel an amazon for example could pay an ice p to provide a fast a connection to them your eyes peak could block certain sites or services and that she paid the more for a premium package some sites could be sense it for whatever reason one niece provide a keb reprioritised and others blocks it comes down to control of what we can access and what speed online so when will the changes come into effect given that there is already talk of legal challenges our correspondent yoga telhami specs me from washington shortly after the decision was made this is a vote that just taking place in fact an outside the headquarters of the federal communications commission here in washington dc and mid was a treat to vote from the five amendments committee and they did vote to repeal these rules that was set in two thousand and fifteen that ensure net neutrality now this is not in order or these a not rules that need to pass through con.

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"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is from unnecessary regulation are only about ensuring that broadband internet service providers have and maintain the keys to the internet this is the very first time that the federal communications commission has this of vows substantial protections for consumers online we'll have more decision means in a moment but first a quick guide to net neutrality from jonathan blake watching videos good morning everybody how are you guys streaming music checking social media should everything on the internet be equally accessible that is the principle of net neutrality and at the moments the company you pay to get online you're internet service provider cannot prioritise one sites all service over another think of it like a stream of traffic on a road cars driving at the same speed what if some could be allowed to drive faster will given their own separate road other cause could be blocked from the rodal together so a fool's enforcing net neutrality change companies like gugel an amazon for example could pay an ice p to provide a fast a connection to them your eyes peak could block certain sites or services and that she paid the more for a premium package some sites could be sense it for whatever reason one niece provide a keb reprioritised and others blocks it comes down to control of what we can access and what speed online so when will the changes come into effect given that there is already talk of legal challenges our correspondent yoga telhami specs me from washington shortly after the decision was made this is a vote that just taking place in fact an outside the headquarters of the federal communications commission here in washington dc and mid was a treat to vote from the five amendments committee and they did vote to repeal these rules that was set in two thousand and fifteen that ensure net neutrality now this is not in order or these a not rules that need to pass through con.

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"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

29:15 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

29:15 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc sales of all complete range of programmes to bbcworldservicecom forward slash podcast welcome to the latest global news compiled in the early hours of tuesday the fourteenth of november our jonathan blake with the selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up the secret deal that let hundreds of ice fighters in their families escape from wrecker after the syrian cities liberation before the hour but reverse curve since the moment we entered drucker as soon as we entered we so i ask fighters with the weapons and suicide boats on if something goes wrong in the deal they would bomb the entire convoy a huge rescue effort is underway after a powerful earthquake at iran's border with iraq killing more than four hundred people lucrative would not group i have lost relatives in this f quake what i'm standing in the middle of the street people assisting on blankets on whatever they've managed to get hold of and huddling around fires trying to keep warm also in the podcast how a north korean soldier go to cross one of the world's most heavily guarded strips of land and what china is cracking down on public dancing but we begin in syria where the bbc has uncover details of a secret deal that allowed hundreds of socalled islamic state fighters and their families to escape from raqqa watched by coalition and kurdish led forces who control the city a convoy included some of i as his most notorious members and despite reassurances dozens of foreign fighters some of those have spread out across the region some making it as far as turkey amid lease correspondent quentin some of ill sent this report from reckon the streets of rocco or lonely and broken the city is a rag booby traps and mines lie everywhere it's too dangerous to late most people in sight but we went in to try and pick up a trail through the debris to find out what happened to the highest vitals vote to die fighting here but in state escaped with the families in the.

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"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc cities a complete range of programmes bbcworldservicecom forward slash podcast welcome to the latest global news compiled in the early hours of the morning on monday the 13th of november on jonathan blake with the selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up after a week of silence the former lebanese prime minister speaks out award an and the are wanted to create a pulls of tips shock multiple negative one so that the lebanese people knew the danger we face our arab affairs analyst will consider what saad hariri tv interview has revealed a rebelheld enclave in syria has received its first aid convoy in three months also in the podcast this island tool silent majority has come out onto the streets in recent weeks the catalonia which is waking up shows itself to be plural and diverse the spanish prime minister visits catalunia for the first time since sacking the regional government and later it was the last and also to me because i came with an idea i wanted to show basically arab women complaining about israel and it i didn't get what i wanted jews and arabs bond other shampoo as an israeli hair salon but first it is just over a week since the former lebanese prime minister saad hariri resigned in a surprise move sending shockwaves across the middle east he has not been seen or heard from since until now in a live television interview from the saudi capital riyadh he said he wanted to give his country what he called a positive shock he talked of needing to alert lebanon to gathering dangers in the region and the and the had bid are wanted to create a.

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"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The seconds he manipulated dna chemical cousin cold rubber nucleic acid or rna it converts the instructions in our dna into action and altering the arnn i was used to correct a mutation that causes defective blood cells all of the experiments were on human cells growing in the laboratory ultimately genetically modified embryos could prevent diseases such as cystic fibrosis or inherited blindness dr sarah chan a bioethicist at the university of edinburgh says the public needs to decide how far the technology should go it he's absolutely pasta time for us to engage more widely with public's on the issue of edison the scientists moving fast in that it's becoming less risky more search and more precise and more effective we can't hide any more behind the idea of physical risks we need to confront what the moral risks of this technology are the same technologies were compounds animals a microorganisms two opposing further questions for areas such as agriculture researchers have praised the studies as clever important and exciting science that report by james gallagher a most of us carry them everywhere which technically means when never out of touch the just how long can you survive without looking at your smartphone or people in hawaii could now find themselves facing a fine after the city of honolulu brought in a law to try and stop people wondering in front of traffic causing an accident while checking their fine he is jonathan blake you don't have to go to hawaii to find people walking down the street while looking at efforts which is just as well because there was no chance of me being sent to hawaii to cover this story sorry we've all done it a message goes up or you feel the need to check your email for the fifth time in five minutes so you take out you'll followed the down the keep walking.

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"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc the details of our complete range of programmes durtoux bbcworldservicecom forward slash podcast welcome to the latest global news recorded at thirteen hours gmt on wednesday the fourth of october on jonathan blake we they selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up the head of the catalan police force has been summoned to testify as a suspect before spain's high court as the fallout from catalonia's is independence referendum continues what happened on last week which the spanish police tried to get access to just abundant is to stop it happening they declared it done but also to get the finances from the one government department a ministry also in the podcast the british prime minister theresa may has struggled through a key speech interrupted by a protest and threw a coughing fit and we transport cut the johnson's wages the girlfriend of the gunman who carried out sunday's mass killing in vegas has returned to the united states and is talking to the fbi and later mocking sixty is since sputnik the first manmade satellite that marked a milestone in space exploration but first catalonia will declare independence from spain in a matter of days that is what the leader of the autonomous region has told the bbc this after spain's king felipe pay the six said the votes organizers had put themselves outside the law also spain's high court has summoned the head of catalonia's regional police force to testify he's a suspect in an investigation into how national security forces were prevented from raiding a catalan government building to disrupt preparations for the vote.

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"jonathan blake" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The bbc's website you're listening to the bbc world service trial by media is one thing someone's reputation being question in public before they have their day in court the trial by social media while it's increasingly a problem as people comment on line about ongoing criminal proceedings so much so that in the uk the government is considering a change of the law to stop it happening the newsroom jonathan blake is here to tell us more a jonathan woods prompted this well it is a concern in the uk that increasingly people are getting a trial by social media as well as the justice proceedings in court and there was a particular case in two thousand and fourteen when a murder trial had to be stopped though the judge who is presiding over it because so many people in the local area were posting about what was happening on line two teenagers were eventually convicted of murdering a woman in northeast england only after a second trial was held in other parts of the country and so the concern is that if post attracts a lot of attention online jerry's who off kohl supposed to be independence and they're already warned to avoid media coverage of a trial could see them and the influence than the result would not be a fair trial for whoever was in course because for a lot of people now social media of course has replaced radio tv and newspapers and as the uk attorney general jeremy right explains it may be time for the justice system to catch up i think we have to live with the prominence of social meteor in our daily lives and i think the colt system has to accept that it has to work around that but if you take the example of jurists who are doing their very best to comply with the instructions a judge has given them i think we have to accept that off king jurors over trials that may take weeks not just days never to look at social media when it may be such an integral part of their daily lives is unrealistic and if they're looking at social media not looking deliberately four in a thing about.

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"jonathan blake" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan blake" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From the bbc world service with me jonathan blake then a tree action on the korean peninsula can only be decided by south korea the words of the south korean president moon jae in as tensions remain high between the united states and north korea president kim jong earned in the north has according to state media that be examining militry plans to strike near the american territory of guam while you can tell him i'll correspondent in seoul was listening to the south korean president's speech to commemorate liberationday well that was quite a strong statement coming there from president moon this morning where he says you know that cannot be any she action in the korean peninsula i'm less so a greece two eight using the word consent it you know in in a sense he's trying to reassure the people of this country who have been increasingly getting why it is they see the standoff between the us and north korea not ending enough days together now we seen at you know remarks from pyongyang then they you know the equal if yes remarks coming from a from washington as the a way it's a nice perhaps to calm people down to tell them you know there's not gonna be a war in the korean peninsula that they're going to do everything to prevent war and also saying that no other country can decide to take military action so in a way perhaps pointed to the us because at you know people here might be worried made that a you know would the us launch prevail give strikes against pyongyang after they've made the threat of launching missiles at guam and earlier we heard from state media in north korea interestingly that kim jong earn is waiting they say and watching for what the us his next move will be before deciding what to do so there's less provocation there is that is that a slight shift in their strategy to think what it certainly seems like it because you know after days of fearing these fierce threats coming from pyongyang hit last week really hearing details of a plan to launch four rockets into waters near guam an out there saying they're going to watch.

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