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 Cortizo declared winner in Panama president race

BBC World Service

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Cortizo declared winner in Panama president race

"The center-left candidate in Panama's presidential election. As winter cleared the winner after an unexpectedly close race lowering Tino Cortizo finished two percentage points ahead of his main rival Ramalu roots of the center, right? Mr. room says yet to concede citing reports of voting irregularities the campaign to succeed. President Juan Carlos Varela was dominated by pledges to fight

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"To the record show. If you're just joining us in the last segment, I set up a story the story of how don't Trump came to be involved in a project in Panama. Where it is basically now widely known and widely understood that he ended up being in business where his key customers were shell companies buying into a building that wasn't yet built and that much of that money is very much expected to be Narko trade money, druglords laundering, their money by putting it into unbuilt real estate in Panama. I so let's pick up where we left off in the story. So Trump now has to know that his key salesman down. There was dealing with these Narko people why because the guy was arrested. He's actually now a fugitive from Panamanian Justice. He beat it out of Panama after he got busted. So now, what do you do if you're Trump? Now, there's absolute proof that you've been mixed up with some pretty shaky people every organization in the world that monitors. This has has gone public and said e-. Yeah. I'm afraid the Trump organization was in business with some shady people. Well, if you're the Trump organization, then you're going to say, hey, we didn't know we just didn't know, and maybe you can get away with that. It's a little hard to believe that somebody that's fisted wooden. But I'll give the benefit of the doubt. Maybe he didn't know. But when the moment comes when your top salesperson the guy who's legendary on the island for being somebody who hooks up people looking to to launder money when he gets busted. I don't think you can say anymore where we didn't know maybe we didn't know before then. But now that we do know we gotta get out of this except that he didn't get out of it. He continued with the project they had to scale away down because they no longer had the money. They ended up stiffening most of the people who would bought those original bonds that was the construction money that was Trump's responsibility to set that in motion. And raise them money. Willy ended up, you know. Screwing most of those people but the project went forward not the same project, but a project it was done under the carefully watching. I of Ivanka Trump she picked out all the fabrics for the hotel. She did her thing. And they finished the building right now. The Trump organization was responsible for the management of the building. This is another way they were making money. They were basically making money from everything going on everywhere surrounding that building. And hey, no criticism for that. If you can get that deal, Mr. Trump, God bless you. That is impressive except nobody was very happy. Now, you've got new owners of this building because it had gotten so much trouble. And the owners are not happy with the way. Trump organization is managing the building. So they would like them to go away. In fact, they make a deal with the Mary at people that the Marriott folks will come in. They will take over. Of the building and the trumps will be gone, and it will become a Marriott hotel. And that's what they do. But the Trump's don't want to go quietly, and now we get to the payoff of the story at this point, the one time CEO of the Trump organization, Donald J Trump is president of the United States at the Trump organization. They're pretty ticked off that they're being tossed out as management because despite the fact that many people lost a lot of money in buying those bonds that built this this hotel, and this this this residential property. Trump has walked away with an estimated thirty five to fifty million dollars in profit. Nice. So they don't wanna see the management go away. So what happens again, remember Trump is president of the United States? A letter is sent from the Trump organization to Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela, and in that letter, the Trump organization threatens potential quote reprecussions to Panama, if the government does not intervene on behalf of the Trump organization that makes sense because whenever I've gotten into a business dispute, I would alternately send a letter to the president of the United States, or when I wasn't getting paid on some things that were do me in China. Well, of course, I sent a letter to the Chinese premier saying that if you don't fix this. If you don't get these Chinese people to pay me, well, they're going to be repercussions to China. We all do that. Right. Well, of course, if we said such letters to presidents. Countries when we were having a business problem. We know where that letter would end up, but when you are you're founder, and you are one time CEO and the current management's father is president of the United States and a letter sent to the president of a country where there is a business dispute promising potential repercussions to the entire nation. If the government doesn't intervene on behalf of that organization. Having a problem have a feeling that might be treated a little bit differently. So you tell me. Was this intended to cash in on the fact that Donald J Trump was president of the United States when the Trump organization because they were having a fight with j w Marriott called upon the president of the country to intercede on its behalf or there would be repercussions. This is not a situation where anybody was taking advantage of the fact that Donald Trump was president is it. I'll let you be the judge because I've got to tell you another story very quickly. While all this is going on the Trump organization had gotten himself involved in a building deal in observation John. Who was their partner in that deal? Well, I let Rachel Maddow. Explain it to you. This was supposed to be Trump Tower. Buck who survives on one month after our presidential election. The Trump organization abandoned this project they pulled out. And here's what you need to know, the Trump family's business partner in that project was family of the transportation minister of Sean, the one who made all those lucrative partnerships inexplicably lucrative deals with companies that really do appear to just be fronts for the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. Apparently, helping the Iranian Revolutionary Guard launder money evade sanctions for their support of terrorism around the world and making himself and his own family. Wildly wealthy in the process. That was their partner..

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Seven that's a little snapshot of the market's off the san francisco at baxter's there he has the top news stories all right thank you sir u._k. prime minister theresa may ask the labor party for help and getting a brexit deal jeremy corbyn accepted the use as it needs a parliament agreement for it can grant another extension u._s. secret service agents arrested a woman donald trump's mar a lago resort this past weekend carrying two chinese pass sports thumb drive which contain malicious malware among other things yes president trump has dropped plans to reinvent healthcare until after the twenty twenty elections china's belt and road initiative is getting big thumbs up today from panama's president juan carlos varela google will require contracting companies that does business with to give employees healthcare and pakistan and india traded fire again in the kashmir region seven people are dead global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg rish all right well let's get to our next guest is hagey joining his from sydney and going to be talking about what happens with regards to well i suppose this australian in a minute to but festival let's get a handle to what's been going on with these markets and what's the general sense you're getting adam So it's really a kind of status quo as is kind of. Yeah. Reached a bit of a limit. So there's nothing really drive the markets in either direction. Kind of in this holding pattern. Is it safe to say that it is a little different where you are in Sydney. Given the fact that in Canberra yesterday, we had the budget on veiled and the projection now is for the first surplus in more than a decade. I'm looking at the the equity market they're pushing higher. What's the story? Yeah. I don't think Brian too much of a budget related popping in stocks at the start of the session. Really? Of course, these really just forecast, and in many cases, making sumptious about the Australian economy, you know, five plus years down down the road. So so we're not really seeing a big impact on on market. Then of course, one of the main reasons why that's the case is that. This group of people who are in charge. Now may well get kicked out come the may election. That's the most likely scenario that the investors and the polls kind of shoes so we really need to wait until Thursday night. When we get the shadow treasurer coming out with the labor budget and an expectation of how that will sit. But having said that the margin the read something in the in the kind of the the appetite that this will give consumers a little bit of tax relief. A little bit of help on energy costs that consumers have. So this is the is being flagging around the the decline in the house at the housing market in Australia, and how much of an impact that having on the consumer the Ave as it told us yesterday a little bit more worried about that now than paps they were three or six months ago. So how much of this kind of consumer slowdown starting to buy. Well, the market says already twenty five basis points of cuts coming from the. Perhaps even another twenty five six months later. So that's really the status quo. Frustration. I said there's not a huge game changer really in the focused budget here. Cut interest rates one and a half percent here in Australia, really, cutting move. He's going to make much of a difference that you could that question the thing which perhaps is it's not even the during because everyone to see and that's probably market because it's going from bad to worse. But you know, more about that than I did. Well, it is going from bad to worse. But the story hasn't changed its well flagged investors are well aware of that. And other saying the obvious starting to talk a little bit more around that continued decline in house prices means for consumer who you know, is already very good up. They have a lot of debt Austrailia NHS primary linked to housing that. But, you know, even if they get another few hundred from the budget in pockets every year, do they really spend that in the economy. Anyway, do they just pay down a little bit more of that debt on their mortgages? So does it really help? And as you say, you know. Of us say yesterday decided on the customer Vara interested remaining on hold as had been predicted by overwhelming and number of economic zooming talking to and looking at a budget as well ahead of the Austrailia elections coming up shortly with the.

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Send me to ensure that we give security to the people of this country. The will be a crushing out at the end of this process of carbon that's been Labour's concern. No deal Brexit, so whereas all of the standing, well, Bloomberg's Roslyn may there with some perspective. Southern border will be closed. He says one hundred percent and that brings reaction from Republican John Kennedy who metaphorically disagrees. I wrote my nose one time plan ball. I didn't chop it off. I went to the doctor and having reset it and tape it up. China's belt and road initiative is getting big thumbs up today from Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela, the president on a visit to Hong Kong says it's all about connective quote. So Panama is going to be part of that initiative because we see a big opportunity to connect Asia and America to Panama and two other another Houston area. Chemical fire. This one is left one dead and two injured this the KMC oh LLC plant in Crosby. Woo. About two or three in a row smoke visible for twenty five miles. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and talk on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg Brian. All right. Ed. Thanks very much twenty two minutes here before the top of the hour. Global sport is next.

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With a deal, very happy to meet. So we need to have a discussion with the prime minister we need to ensure that parliament has an opportunity to vote on proposals. Prevent his crushing into the EU. Now miss may says Britain could survive no deal Brexit, but it's not her first choice lumbers Roslyn. May they're saying that it would entail a short extension not to run the EU parliamentary elections to get that deal. Tori stated as that. She's going to her own copy under a bath effectively to get Brexit three eight that happened say the meeting in the coming days. Meanwhile, the parliament is to again tomorrow to try to pass one of the options still left standing out there. Ten days and counting US secret service agents, arresting a woman Donald Trump's mar a Lago resort this past weekend carrying two Chinese passports, four cell phones. A laptop a hard drive and thumb drive which contained militias malware. They've identified her as it Eugene Shang. She told secret service set of friend instructed her to travel from Shanghai to the resort and make contact with a Trump family member. President Trump meanwhile has dropped plans to reinvent health care for now. Myself. I wanna put it after the election because we don't have the house. So even though the healthcare is good, really good. It's much better than when the plan comes out, which will be showing you at the appropriate time. It's much better than ObamaCare. Democrats question where there really is a plan. China's belt wrote in there should've getting big thumbs up today from Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela, the president on a visit to Hong Kong says it is all about connectivity. In San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Bryan, sir. All right. Ed. Thanks very much. Well, here we are eight minutes past the hour time for our first guest on the show today. It's Matt mainly equity strategist at militaire back in company. So Matt just as markets were celebrating a rebound in PM is in March. And we felt that maybe we'd put in the bottom. We'll get another down month here with with US autos and as just one industry, but is it something that you'd be concerned about as a cyclical warning? Or is it just a second. Reality. Well, one of the things I think that we have to realize in one of the things that you were hearing some of the blame of being portrayed are pushed onto is. The the fact that we don't have tax cuts this year. And so in other words, the fiscal stimulus will be got last year is starting to wane a little bit. You know, there's still here you still get paid lower taxes for corporations, but that initial jolt is there, and we're seeing that in auto sales affect you know. I think the first of what we'll see in some other areas as well. And the reason why highlight that is that you know, the last ten years we've had a one of the other. We've had most of that time. A huge amount of monetary policy. Sorry monetary stimulus and that is step to the wayside. And now we're starting to see the waning of the fiscal stimulus that we had last year. Now, remember the fed they have made a major pitted. But they're on the sidelines. They're not eating. They're not cutting interest rates, and they are not involved in we so without that stimulus. We're going to have to have our own kind of internal growth. And right now that you know, I'm just worried that that we may not quite get what a lot of people are hoping for. So that brings me nicer into what does that mean? Matt full earnings the head. And of course, that will dovetail straight into your strategy. Now. No question that this is going to be right now, everybody's kind of looking at all these numbers because. The main thing that seems to be moving. The stock market is the bond market. What's the long-term treasury yields and those are moving around based on whatever number the number of the day. Of course this week later this week, we got the employment number which should be a big one. But very shortly. It's going to shift to earnings and not only it's going to be. I mean, first quarter earnings are going to be down. We know that that's not a problem that's priced in. But the thing is going to be guidance for the second second third and fourth quarters. We definitely need if we're going to avoid earning the recession we see some guidance is going to be good because right now consensus, you know, in the low single digits, and that's based on the full year. And that's based on a big jump in the fourth quarter of eight to ten percent. If we're not seeing that then the concerns over earnings recession will become now to your first point what fiscal was giving us last year, the fed was slightly taking away. And now you've got a more neutral fiscal in a more neutral monetary. So. Maybe not all that much has changed employments..

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Time to fifty two. Former Trump campaigned adviser Roger stone will be arraigned and Washington DC later this week stone has been charged with witness tampering obstruction and lying to congress and the special counsels Russia investigation over Trump campaign adviser, Roger stone who has been friends with the president for decades has denied that he ever shared information about WikiLeaks with then candidate Trump in two thousand sixteen did you have any interactions with President Trump about those WikiLeaks released in a tweet on Saturday night. President Trump mentioned stones indictment. The special counsel is seeking to determine if there was coordination between Russian operatives and the Trump campaign that report from CBS correspondent Jeff peg as Egypt is taking steps to rebuild its damage tourism industry. Egypt is opening a new airport on a trial basis. Thanks international airport is right near the Giza pyramids and new grand AGIP shin museum. It will welcome thirty flights starting early next month. The seventeen million dollar project is designed to ease. Congestion at Cairo's, very busy airport and to increase tourism, it will fully open next year. Tourism was up big the first six months of two thousand eighteen rising more than seventy five percent over two thousand seventeen the bombing of a Russian airliner in two thousand fifteen had scared Torres away for several years when he Gillette CBS news. Paul Francis is left Panama concluding his visit to the Central American nation for World Youth Day twenty nine thousand nine President Juan Carlos Varela and the first lady Lorena castio or on hand, you bid the pontiff farewell at the airport in Panama City in a red carpet tarmac ceremony as the shadows grew long white uniform. Band played Panama's national anthem and the pontiff stood with the first couple underneath a canopy with onlookers waving Panamanian flags lead jet took off Sunday evening bound for Rome. Where Francis will prepare for another trip next weekend to Abu Dhabi the first by a pope to the Arabian peninsula, data. WBZ news time two fifty four one of the best mysteries ever written. For the stage is now playing that metropolis.

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We all need a place. We can call Aren for many men all over the world that place is that garden shed, go after the shed and just go into another world. What can the shed give them that they can't get from anywhere else? I'm nasty on Tavakoli far on on this week's why factor on the BBC World Service. We ask why do men love sheds. BBC news with Neil news. The body of George H W Bush has been placed in the rotunda of the US congressional building in Washington to nine state, President Trump and his wife Melania have paid their respects. There'll be a state funeral for the former US president on Wednesday after which his body will be flown back to Texas where he'll be buried on Thursday. Former intelligence agents in Burundi have given a detailed account to the BBC of what they say is an organized program to eliminate critics of president Pierre Bruins eases third term in office. They alleged that the country's security services are running secret, torture and detention sites to silence dissent. The Turkish president reg of Tiber to one has criticized sanctions imposed by the US against Zoya over alleged human rights abuses, on his first visit to Caracas Mr. Ed one said that it was not right to punish. A whole nation in order to resolve political disagreements the president of Panama and China have signed new trade and investment agreements during a visit by president Xi Jinping. President Juan Carlos Varela said that he aims to consolidate the Panama's role as China's gateway to Latin America, the international association of athletics federation's will decide later today. Whether or not to lift its ban on Russian athletes Russia was suspended from international competition three years ago amid accusations of a widespread doping program the space agency. Nasa says it's explorer, a Cyrus Rex has arrived at its destination the asteroid Banu which cycles the sun at about the same distance as earth does in twenty two thousand to the Pro Bowl attempts to grab a soil sample using a robotic arm. Ben who is also close started because there's a tiny chance that it'll collide with our planet in about one hundred and fifty years. Time. Shuts guy there's about four hundred there on a few funky ones. You want to do it or I can we go forward the tea hut. Kizlar? This is Gary allotment in south west.

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Uh? Haram Neil Nunez with the BBC news. The body of the former president George H W Bush is lying in state in the US capitol rotunda following a somber ceremony. The event was attended by Mr Bush's family, along with senior officials, the Republican speaker of the house Paul Ryan paid tribute to President Bush throughout his life of service, President Bush personified grace, his character is character was second to none. He reached the heights of power with uncommon humility. He made monumental contributions to freedom with a fundamental decency. That resonates across generations. The international association of athletics federation's will decide later today. Whether or not to lift its ban on Russian athletes Russia was suspended from international competition three years ago amid accusations of a widespread doping program annex capstick reports the I AA F led. By Sebastian Coe has remained steadfast in a commitment not to allow the country back in until all the conditions for reinstatement have been met a similar approach had been adopted by officials from water until September this year when they agree to lift their ban following a compromise crucially, they were satisfied with a Russian promised to release data from thousands of doping samples locked inside a Moscow laboratory by the end of December. It's also a vital issue for the I AA F and their judgment may well hinge on whether or not they believe Russia will keep its word former intelligence agents in Burundi have given a detailed account to the BBC of an. Organized program to eliminate any critics of president in Karan's eases Thad term in office. That the country's security services are running secret, torture and detention sites is more Julianne at the height of the violence in Burundi in twenty fifteen some of the people who opposed the president's bid for reelection were shot in the streets. Now, former regime insiders have told the BBC that the repression has gone underground at BBC investigation concentrated on one house. In particular pictures, posted on social media showed a red liquid which looked like blood flowing from its gutter to former intelligence agents told us the house had been used as a secret detention site, and that men had been killed there. The presidents of Panama and China have signed new trade and investment agreements during a visit by president Xi Jinping. President Juan Carlos Varela said that he aims to consolidate Panama's role as China's gateway to Latin America, the United States has repeatedly expressed concern over. The growing economic and diplomatic influence of China in the region. World news from the BBC. The Turkish president tie. Brad one has criticized recent sanctions imposed by the United States against Venezuela over alleged human rights abuses, without mentioning the US. He said that the government of Nicolas Madura was the victim of acts of sabotage from economic assassins, Leonardo Russia reports during his first official visit to Caracas present the onset that trade restrictions and sanctions were wrong. And only created further instability addressing a group of in Israel and business leaders present at the onset that political problems couldn't be solved by punishing an entire people. That Israel is facing the worst economic crisis in its history, which has been worsened by the US sanctions and present my daughter is trying to get help any investment from countries like China Russia in Turkey, which have difficult relations with President Trump's administration. Michelle Obama has said she still has what she called impostor sin. Syndrome despite her eight years as America's first lady, she said, she kept feeling she had something to prove because of the color of her skin. Mrs Obama was speaking in London while on a tour to promote her recently published memoir earlier in the day, she visited a school for girls she had visited nine years ago when she was first lady, she urged her audience to get a good education answer, overcome self doubt, the space agency NASA says that it's explorer probe a Cyrus Rex has arrived at its destination. An ancient asteroid that cycles the sun at about the same distance. As does the explorer launched two years ago had Sloan within a few kilometers of the asteroid Banu, which is about half, a kilometer wide explorer will not land on the asteroid, but in twenty twenty it'll attempts to grab a soil sample using a robotic arm. That's the latest the BBC world news. Hello. Jackie learn and you're listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service on Wednesday memorial service will be held in Washington for the former President George Hw Bush before he is later taken to be buried alongside his wife of seven decades. Barbara Bush in Texas, the forty first president of the United States died on Friday aged ninety four now body lies in state in the US capitol rotunda after a solemn ceremony that was attended by politicians dignitaries and family members from Washington Regina Jonathan sent this report..

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Well, that's what the story was here. It was everything that you could need for your entire shopping list. Not just go. She's but close. Electron IX you name it. It was it was a location where you could buy anything that you need including furniture appliances, snowmobiles, everything, right? That's correct. I bought my new boat from there this summer too. When you say that you compare it to shopping malls in the south is the fire like this down here down south goods can be resupplied fairly quickly. That's not the case any county. What's not the case for you? As it. It's really difficult to get that stuff supplied. Well, that's a very interesting observation as you are aware and maybe not everybody. There are no fixings to the rest of Canada by rail or by road to anywhere looked and especially here, Luke since we're on Baffin island. So the majority of our heavy products all of the furniture, install things you spoke of as well as shelf stable products, come in by ship on what's called our see operations during the summer months, and that had just been completed. So the warehouse was completely stopped an entire year. And whatever it wasn't warehouses is completely lost. But the company Northlake. Has made a commitment to the community that even though it will cost the company considerably more to bring up goods by air, then cost us to bring them up by see we're not going to make any change in prices to the community for the good set. We were providing I know that there were quite large lineups today at the the other major grocery store Arctic ventures, and that people are worried about the the food. Are you do you sense? A kind of panic in the community right now. I I think it's a little too early for that sense. For me personally. I haven't seen it. I have obviously gone and done any shopping today either. So I haven't been there I can speak from experience in terms of when we've had a blizzard and source be open after a couple of days, you see a bit of a run on some of the fresh products and shelves are empty. Bit in most of the retailer. So I would expect that as a community we would probably see a little less selection available than we normally would. But like I said the company working with the other retailers in distributing all of its product. That is coming up from the south over the next little while is trying to mitigate that Mr. to to appreciate speaking with you. Thank you. Thank you for having me. Victor two two is on the board of directors for north mart. We reached him any Calloway. The machines are coming and no one is safe including journalists and or out loud readers, an artificial intelligence news anchor made its debut yesterday at the state run press agency of China's government Jin wa news it does. Not stumble. It does not need to sleep. It does not need to be paid a seven figure salary. But while it looks human doesn't sound quite human not quite yet. Here's a bit of its first news read. Hello. You're watching English news program. I may I news Anka in Beijing PanAm participation in the ongoing, China international import expo is showing its potential as a eventually for China into Latin America during an interview panel miss deputy Foreign Minister Luis Miguel Hincapie expressed Penama 's interest in showcasing its competitive advantages and the counties vision of being the great connector Hincapie said the expo demonstrates. China's openness and the importance that China attached to well trait Panama has two pavilions the expo Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela along with ministers is attending the expo towing by a delegation of union representatives and some twenty companies from Panama Cal chairman, Jack Massachusetts said the opening of the China international import Expos signal the milestone in history. Yes. China shifts from an exporting nations and importing country. That's all for today's English news program as I news anchor on the development. I know there is a lot for me to improve. Thank you for being with us by for now. That was a news presenter reading its first news story, which I'll be honest has meal a little worried because it kind of sounds like me on a Monday

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"These are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ 'em. President Trump blames his political opponents for a large caravan of Central American migrants at the border with Mexico. The latest just ahead from CBS news secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, discusses unrest in Venezuela. And Nicaragua another theory emerged merges on the disappearance of Saudi journalist, Jamal kashogi, WBZ sports. This is Josh list. Good morning Phillies thinks the bulls by nineteen points on opening night. Corey Crawford loses his Blackhawks comeback. The Red Sox win the pennant. The dodgers try for the NFL pennant in Milwaukee. Tonight. More on the bears at forty five Wall Street, the Dow up forty eight NASDAQ down twenty seven and the s&p is up to at eleven thirty one CBS news update. President Trump is threatened to close the southern border is three thousand central Americans get set to cross into Mexico. Co and head this way reporter Louise Reynolds with them at a shelter in Guatemala was a lot of over-crowding the wiz women and young children sleeping on the floor on the bath law or makeshift mattresses, and the long lines to use the toilets and showers and yellow burgee Palomino monitoring what's going on at the Latin America working group in Washington concerned about the situation they're going to face as they go further into Mexico where we know organized crime, and even also government actors could place them into dangerous CBS. So Jeff peg as says US border action has been picking up the numbers have really skyrocketed since the Trump administration stopped their zero tolerance policy of separating children from their parents CBS news update, I'm Steve Kaethe. WBZ news time eleven thirty two. The news is sponsored by builders supply outlet secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has met with the president of Panama too. Discuss unrest in nearby Venezuela. And Nicaragua, political, unrest and economic problems. Have sparked an exodus of citizens from both countries. The two also spoke about drug trafficking migration and anti-terrorism efforts in his meeting with President Juan Carlos Varela. Investigators in Turkey believe if Saudi journalists Jamal kashogi was killed inside the Saudi consulate in east ham bowl earlier this month. Then his remains may have been very quickly removed. The thinkings Khashoggi's remains may have been taken to a forest on the outskirts of Istanbul or another Turkish city. A Turkish official tells the Associated Press the police have established that two vehicles belonging to the Saudi consulate left. The building on the second day the missing Saudi writer who had walked into his consulate and vanished. One vehicle had gone to the Belgrade forest while the other traveled to the city of yellow is unclear. If police have already searched these areas, I'm Charleston with asthma. President Trump held a rally last night in Montana for Republican congressman Greg Jian fort who attacked a reporter during his campaign last may and by the way, never wrestle him..

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And women life is billion can be tough about half suffered debilitating conditions that include anxiety depression and post traumatic stress disorder some retired soldiers however believe the true figure is much higher the australian government's acknowledges that leaving the military can be daunting and challenging experience ministers say that free treatment for any mental health issue is now available to all veterans panama has ordered the venezuelan ambassador to leave the country and has recalled its envoy to caracas in an escalating diplomatic row the move followed a decision by venezuela to impose sanctions on senior panamanian officials and companies including president juan carlos varela and the main airline copa then as well also said that all copa flights to and from the country would be suspended from friday and your few foreign airlines to continue to serve as wailer which is in the grip of an economic crisis hundreds of supporters of the former brazilian president louis in osceola the silver have turned out to cheer him at a rally near sao paulo hours before deadline for him to surrender to police a judge order lula to tell them himself in by late afternoon on friday to begin a twelve year prison sentence for corruption imprisonment would ruin his chances of standing in october's presidential election which he was favourite to win bbc news hello good morning welcome it is newsday from the bbc world service paul hawkins here in london allen kasuga over there in kenya coming up in the next thirty minutes the trade war between china and the us moves up again newness will have all the details excuse me man you protect soldiers from poisonous animals overprotecting everyone else from the likes of the taliban movement him we've got matthew kenyon with the sport in australia from the commonwealth games and as i mentioned alan is in kenya alamos happening over there in nairobi rover talking about nanotechnology robotics quantum engineering all these amazing things of the future and the question we are asking is kenya africa ready primed to be a part of the fourth industrial revolution and we will be having some amazing minds explaining what they're doing to us at how more involved africa can be in the fourth industrial revolution but we start in south korea where a lengthy prison sentence has been handed down to the former president park.

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To help avoid an accidental crash between us and russian planes over syria moscow cut it off after the us down a jet belonging to the syrian government a russian ally over the weekend the us sites selfdefence major news from the supreme court the justices have agreed to hear a challenge to voting districts created by wisconsin republicans for stayed legislative seats jessica schneider's at the court after the twenty ten census if alleged that they drew these lines based on what would give republicans the best chance way when going up in different races and the court has ruled the us copyright office cannot draw deny a trademark because it may be offensive schneider tells us that may help the washington redskins football team regain its trademarks london police say a 47yearold man has been arrested on suspicion of terrorism an attempted murder after a car plowed into people leaving a mosque last night i'm michael toscano a police now say they believe a man deliberately rammed a police van with his car this morning and the sean ilizi shopping district in paris the car exploded an although officers managed to pull the driver from the burning wreck he did not survive president trump has welcome panama's president juan carlos varela to the white house the relationship is very strong we are are developing new things to and only getting stronger is alone frenzy between parliament the united states and we face the same challenges in the region but to then held an oval office meeting right now they're doing what's called a working lunch american airlines allowing passengers flying through phoenix during the hottest part of the day to make a change for free extremely hot weather could affect flight operations today and tomorrow in the high temperature at sky harbor international airport could approach one hundred twenty degrees carrie fisher's autopsy report shows the actress had cocaine traces of heroin n m d m a which is also known as ecstasy in.

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Darn successful test no test here you also might have missed this manuel noriega the expanamanian manium manium x the x dictator from panama died at the age of eighty three and noriega of course was friend photo what was the one point in the relationship of the united states he was fred but so that's pretty big obviously his his death but he of course was long since a decade ago decades ago balanced he was ousted from power by an invasion an eighty nine and the end panama's president juan carlos varela announced noriega's death on twitter saying it closes the chapter in the country's his jury noriega died from a hemorrhage following surgery to remove a brain tumor like i said he's a onetime ally to the us who ruled panama with an iron fist from eighty three to eighty nine then he served a seventeen year sentence for drug trafficking and money laundering in the us after he it after completed that sentenced in two thousand and seven he was imprisoned in france for money laundering he was like the epic criminal right the one that we embraced initially before he returned in 2011 to panama where he was already convicted in abstentia so he accused washington of a conspiracy to keep behind bars and tied his legal travels to the refusal to cooperate with the us plan aimed at toppling noriega's leftist sandinista government in the eighties yeah i mean it's it's crazy when you think of the neighborhoods that were bombed out what happened how he was eventually smoke out and how many people died moon did and all of that in ten what happened in panama all right now it's time for the other side in just a few minutes here on america tonight with me delaney join the.

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"There's a possibility of the we could get it because this was pretty darn successful test no test here you also might have missed this manuel noriega the expanamanian manium manium x the x dictator from panama died at the age of eighty three and noriega of course was friend photo what was the one point in the relationship with the united states he was friend but so that's pretty big obviously his his death but he of course was long since you know decade ago decades ago balanced he was ousted from power by an invasion an eighty nine and the and panama's president juan carlos varela announced noriega death on twitter saying it closes the chapter in the country's history noriega died from a hemorrhage following surgery to remove a brain tumor like i said he's a onetime ally to the us who ruled panama with an iron fist from eighty three to eighty nine then he served a seventeen year sentence for drug trafficking and money laundering in the us after booted after completed that sentence in two thousand and seven he was imprisoned in france for money laundering he was like the epic criminal right the one that we embraced initially before he was returned twenty eleven to panama where he was already convicted in abstentia so he accused washington of a conspiracy to keep them behind bars and tied his legal travels to the refusal to cooperate with the us plan aimed at toppling noriega leftist sandinista government in the eighties yeah i mean it's it's crazy when you think of the neighborhoods that were bombed out what happened how he was eventually smoked out and how many people died moon did and all of that in in what happened in panama all right now it's time for the other side in just a few minutes here on america tonight with me laney.

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In the asiapacific region wanted australia to do more to stem childsex tourists there's most certainly deep concern among countries in our region about the number of registered child sex offenders in australia engaging in the child sex tourism industry she said australia has attempted to crack down on australian childsex tourists by adding a new criminal offense punishable by up to twenty five years in prison for australian citizens or residents who molest children overseas former panamanian dictator manuel noriega has died the source close to his family said he was eighty three the source was not authorized to be quoted by name there was no immediate information on the cause of death which occurred late monday panamanian president juan carlos varela wrote in his twitter account that the death of manual a noriega closes the chapter in our history the one time us ally was ousted as panama's dictator by an american invasion in nineteen eighty nine noriega later served a seventeen year drugs sentence in the united states he spent the first two decades after his ouster in the us and french jails and the final years of his life in a panamanian prison for murder of political opponents during his nineteen eighty three to eighty nine regime noriega accused washington of a conspiracy to keep him behind bars and tied his legal troubles to his refusal.

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Islamic state is claiming responsibility after a deadly carbombing in baghdad at least thirteen people are dead and dozens are heard after explosives were set off in a parked car north korea's latest ballistic missile tested involved a new rocket with precision guidance system and improved automation according to statecontrolled news agency king cna north korean leader kim john owen oversaw the launch of the missile yesterday the news agency says rocketed a plan target about a deviation of southern new south korean military officials say flew two hundred eighty miles toward japan a source close to the family says the former panamanian dictator has died at age eighty three the media president juan carlos varela wrote in his twitter account that the government world no yegor closes a chapter in our history senate minority leader chuck schumer spoke out against proposed budget cuts to antiterrorism programs president trump's proposed budget cuts twenty five percent from the urban areas security initiative some two schumer says the money is essential to safeguarding public spaces these funds are vital to new york they provide extra police that patrol places where there are large crowds that patrol places like the brooklyn bridge that have a vulnerability to terrorism global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty six hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm lucky barr this is bloomberg thank thank michael is now why fortyfive on wall street with your bloomberg.

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Surgery had a median president juan carlos varela also riding on his twitter account quote the death of manuel noriega closes a chapter in our history and nineteen denied that one time us ally was ousted as panama's dictator by us invasion in what was then the largest american military action since the vietnam war noriega later served a seventeen year drug sentence in the united states fox's kelly right president trump's america first strategy is not sitting well with some european leaders after his first foreign trip german chancellor angela merkel says the us is no longer a reliable partner president shared a tense lengthy handshake with newly elected french president emmanuel macron he told the french publication quote my handshake with president trump was not innocent not the alpha and the omega of a policy but a moment of truth we must show that we will not make small concessions even symbolic once and as the g7 gathered in sicily to discuss the paris accord on climate change mirko says there discussion of that topic with president trump left the group six against one the president says he will decide this week whether to withdraw the us from that climate agreement fox's richardson in washington president trump on his first memorial day in office saluting those he calls real heroes can never repaid them but we can always remember and today that is what we are doing we remember that arlington national cemetery yesterday the president laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns fox news.

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"juan carlos varela" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"juan carlos varela" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Check out your future goals aquarius this week romance heats up that special someone may get a little closer don't let with the grouping's influence what you think your options deserve your own decisions whereas the yard fill are coming up soon we have an agrees cloudy skies in the city it's fifty six and south ozone park fifty five and hobo junction this is ten wins new york's one and only all news station wins news time at the tone one thirty new jersey lieutenant governor kim gudang cancel campaign appearances to be with her family in virginia following the death of her mother cancelled her appearance of the state vietnam veterans memorial and home belva word vermont staff lieutenant governor seeking the republican nomination to replace governor chris christie in november she's facing assemblyman jackson rally nutley commissioner steve rogers an entrepreneur joseph rollowing in the june six party primary democrats will also choose gubernatorial candidate the day from a large group of candidates vying for the nomination panama's former military dictator general manuel noriega has died abc's mark remillard with more on the smart unless strongman general manuel noriega was the dictator of panama from nineteen eighty three until he was removed by the united states in the nineteen eighty nine invasion of panama before the invasion he had worked closely with the cia was a high level cocaine trafficker he was captured in that invasion and brought the us to face drug charges and sentenced to forty years in prison but that was later reduced to thirty margaret malarde abc news it was extradited to france where he served seven years in jail for murder and money laundering from their extradited to panama during surgery in march of this year to remove a tumor noriega suffered a brain hemorrhage which left him in critical condition juan carlos varela panama's president tweeting this evening that the death of manuel noriega closes a chapter in our history veered daughters and their families deserve a funeral in peace manuel noriega was eighty three they've packer abc news.

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