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Thousands march in Mauritius over dead dolphins, oil spill
"Have also marched on the capital of Mauritius and protest at the government's handling of a massive oil spill. After a Japanese tanker struck a coral reef. Dozens of dead dolphins have washed ashore in recent days. Julia McFarland, ABC News at the Foreign Desk in London. Finding the
More protests in Belarus but leader rejects demand to resign
"Thousands of demonstrators taking to the streets again today to demand the country's authoritarian leader. Alexander Lukashenko resign after a presidential vote they called fraudulent thousands of workers staging mass walkouts at government owned companies, tractor drivers, health workers or joining the movement. The country is pulled between Europe and Russia, Lukashenko and appealing to the Kremlin for help. Support he claims of Vladimir Putin has promised to provide a bee sees Julia McFarland in
Iran sends downed Ukrainian plane's black box to France
"Iran sends the black box flight recorder of the down. Ukrainian jetliners shot down over Tehran to France for analysis. ABC is Julia McFarland. All 176 people on board were killed when the passenger jet was hit by two Iranian missiles shortly after takeoff in January this year. Iran admitted the targeting of the jet was human error and that the plane had been mistaken for a cruise missile. The Iranian government said the boxes would be analyzed in Paris on
"julia mcfarland" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Interest respect stream he loves the Gulf half of God. By the time I bring up with smart. He was designated as a racial slur radio. I'm taking it back take anymore. Okay come after me. uh-huh yeah. Yesterday we went over to olive garden. We're going yesterday Marsov or and have the chicken. I'll the white sauce scared to say slur talion over there. I think Oh you slur Italians just by eating at all times. Burn this into but go back to reading. Ah Shift what might as well go ahead man man. All we are surprised about this whole thing with Prince Harry in Megan let me making the proper announcement people. Please welcome. Prince Harry of London and Malian Duchess coaches of Sussex in. Everyone's been talking about them because you know road is important in a row actually. Does something Chris on. Okay explain to me what's happening. What do you the people this saying? Yeah you'RE GONNA do ship US either. It sounds cool. It looks nice figureheads based pretending that's yeah That's exactly what it is. It is pretend absolutely right. You know it makes Americans thanks we we still have King Arthur over here it's it's it's a deterrent. I still think we got dragons so yeah probably royalty around man because it's important for the look and that's why making huge news that Prince Harry and Meghan markle his lovely bride. They have split leaving their roles roles as senior members of the Royal Family. The new fallout following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's announcement. The Queen Not Happy said to be hosting in crisis talks next week to fund solution. ABC's Julia McFarland's at the Palestinian Omega. It's a crisis. Kreil Shit London. What are you going to do but brexit? Oh my God the head of the prison. That Duchess have left the bill O.. Sit in London zone London's bridges Vernon his dog sit back. God says the bombings of World War. Oh Oh.
Knife attack near Paris treated as terror-related
"Investigators release of information about the twenty two year old man who was killed by a Paris police officer and a knife attack in the French capital city Friday ABC's Julia McFarland turns prosecutors said a knife attack in the capital Paris on Friday that left one man dead in two women injured is now being treated as terrible a to offer initial statements describing the assailant is having psychiatric issues prosecutors now say investigations reveal he had been
N. Korea conducts 'important test' at once-dismantled site
"Important test that's on North Korea is describing activity and its long range rocket launch site so most of been dismantled with the president warning yesterday they came jungling could quote void the quote special relationship amid reports of that test latest test appears to be a ground based engine that could power a satellite launch a or a large a missile the north Koreans have set an end of year deadline for the US to come up with a new denuclearization deal that would involve sanctions relief otherwise the reclusive state says it will adopt a new policy talks have been stalled since negotiations failed at a summit in Vietnam at the start of this year Julia McFarland reporting earlier in the year North Korea issued a veiled apparent warning of sending some sort of Christmas gift to the U. S. hiring hanging the contents on the outcome of ongoing talks between the two nations and north Korea's ambassador to the U. N. said yesterday the denuclearization is off the table of
British MPs pass Brexit deal delay
"Five eleven other setback for British prime minister Boris Johnsons brexit plan for this Britain's parliament has postponed a vote on the latest brags that deal with the European Union correspondent Julia McFarland from London keep brexit they try to renegotiate to deal with the E. U. has been to spend in the British parliament after MPs pasta contentious amendment making a delay more likely the government shelled the vote for next week the brexit deadline is October thirty first lawmakers were debating in parliament thousands of protesters marched through central London to demand voters to be given the final say
Parliament votes to withhold Boris Johnson's Brexit deal
"Roller Boris Johnsons brexit has been dealt a major blow the UK's prime minister called a rare Saturday session today for parliament Terry lawmakers urging them to vote on his deal to leave the European Union by the end of the month Julia McFarland has more forced on since first three months of leadership have been far from smooth but he landed an important victory when he persuaded that you use to renegotiate the brexit deal something his critics said was very unlikely to and she's also suffering acute losses in parliament on a humiliating flap down from the Supreme Court which ruled that his suspension of parliament was unlawful MPs have now today voted to block his
Afghanistan celebration descends into horror after suicide bomber targets wedding
"Asked about the latest devastating violence in Afghanistan president trump says the US is actively engaged in talks with the Afghan government and the Taliban but ice is is claiming responsibility for the attack and COBOL yesterday reporter Julia McFarland not news universal joyful celebrations of love turning into tragedy a wedding in Kabul followed by funerals suicide bomber surrounded by families with the children detonated his explosives by the stage more than sixty lives lost in that moment and nearly two hundred
"julia mcfarland" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Seventeen eighty nine more than four thousand military personnel on the hundred across the powers rated present Hastings celebrations however thousands of police and right units are deployed in central Paris is yellow vest take part in the seventy fifth consecutive week of protests within a hundred and fifty people have been arrested that is Julia McFarland reporting fair skies eighty five going down to sixty nine degrees in midtown wins news time seven thirty six now a commentary on ten ten wins the comments expressed are solely those of rabbi Joseph the task of the New York board of route this past week I believe in the family who is twenty eight year old daughter was tragically killed while riding her bike in the neighborhood I heard about this talented artist and sculptor who brought so much beauty into the world her mother and father both rabbis who spoke of their boundless love for their beautiful child the mother then describe the long awaited trip the cheater daughter has taken to the Grand Canyon she then asked the most poignant question of all of us how do we ever know when this is the last trip how do we ever know that this time will be the last time I recall hearing another father speak for the loss of his child he said god there is a commandment in the Torah that you do not take a young bird away in the presence of the mother today you violated your own commandment I thank you for the time we had together last stop thinking about next time spend more time enjoying this time the rabbi chose a Catholic of the New York board of rabbis means news time seven thirty seven this week find great deals at Walgreens now all twelve packs offerings are three four nine ninety nine with cart and select varieties of tide simply.
Amanda Knox, Hodge And Italy discussed on WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf
"Costs. Amanda Knox's back in Italy, where she spent nearly four years in prison for a murder conviction, which was eventually overturned twice knock spoke at the Italy innocence project in Modina panel, discussing the media's impact on trials ABC's Julia McFarland, has more. Reporters, and photographers, greeting Hodge. You big on controversial. Visit the thirty one year old describing what she went through and the sensational coverage of the case including infamous media nickname, generally steamy on ring bat of foxy, knock scene, but knock saying, well, full narratives, I'm through the media can undermine Justice. The media can also have the power to find the truth calling journalists the first line of defense against the thirties knocks was a college student in two thousand seven when she was accused of murdering her then college roommate a British student aimed merit. If Kirch her well both studied as exchange students at an Italian university kerchiefs family has expressed outrage over Knox appearance. They're calling it a ploy for
"julia mcfarland" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Alive DJ when I was a boy at a dream of driving, and Wendy city limousine thought you dreamt of being a big league pitcher. I really want to drive one of those beautiful windy city, limousines hybrids coaches or buses and honk, the horn is I drove by my friends. To see the SOX play. So instead of becoming a windy city limousine driver. He became a big league pitcher. And now you're a broadcaster calling the games to millions of fans on White Sox radio. Yeah. I guess some dreams. Just come true, Wendy city limousine. Call today. Eight six six ninety four windy or online at windy city limos with an S dot com. It's about time. Is that matter the top five at five from the Rokon show, then advance this, weekday afternoons on seven twenty WGN Chicago smart, speaker, users just say play WGN radio on tune. In the news sponsored by homeside financial five oh, one here stop Kessler overcast in sixty five at O'Hare, but we're still looking at a hazardous weather outlook for much of northern Illinois. Elevated thunderstorm risks. Also a possibility of hail, and damaging winds up to sixty miles an hour funeral services for Marlin show Lopez the nineteen year old. Found strangled this week and her baby cut from her. They'll be held next weekend in Stickney, Lopez was strangled at a southwest side home, or she was meeting a woman about baby clothes, according to Chicago police, the baby remains in intensive care, and three people who live at the home a woman, her daughter and the older woman's boyfriend have been charged in the death after a big win. Australia's prime minister tells jubilant supporters that he always believed in miracles details from ABC's, Julia McFarland, at the foreign desk victory, prime minister Scott Morrison has thanked betas for his reelection as count includes the PM colder, the results miracle off too early exit polls indicated his labor party opponent. What's not sure win for the first time in six years, the ruling coalition had trailed behind lay the for years and opinion polls. And if they had won a astray could have seen its fourth prime minister in four years. Julia McFarland, ABC news, at the foreign desk in London commercial airliners flying over the Persian Gulf risk being target. Miscalculation or mis identification by the Iranian military. That's according to a warning.
"julia mcfarland" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Authorities claim was a bomb making factory security forces cataloging alleged chemicals on explosive materials along with the thousands of metal balls intended to be packed into the bombs at shrapnel in the daylight security forces sweeping homes in the cordoned off area. Looking for more bomb making materials that his ABC's? Julia McFarland an outbreak of e-coli from ground beef has now sickened one hundred seventy seven people in ten states. The CDC saying that's up twenty one from last week. The CDC also says to companies have now recalled ground beef products that may have been contaminated with e-coli, Kentucky, Georgia and Tennessee have seen the highest number of cases. So far, no deaths though have been reported from the outbreak. Disturbing audio was released this week of Kansas City Chiefs, star wide receiver tyreek hill talking with his fiancee, crystal Espinel about him allegedly abusing their three year old son. Now, the Johnson county district attorney in Missouri plans to take another look at the case at least launched. A criminal investigation in March after their son suffered a broken arm later Johnson county district attorney announcing they would not press charges. We believe that a crime has occurred. However, the evidence in this case does not conclusively establish who committed this crime. The recording was given to the local TV station by Espino, she allegedly called the tape in insurance policy hill does not admit to breaking his son's arm, but the team has concerned, but as ABC's Zachary quiche, the chiefs have suspended hill from all team activities. Remember for news anytime on demand at seven hundred wwl w dot com. I'm Rick News Radio seven hundred wwl w on.
"julia mcfarland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Public federal office. But their tax returns online. Warren speaking there at an event in New Hampshire today. Hundreds of thousands of federal workers continued to struggle as the partial government shutdown extends into day, twenty two longest ever government shutdown leaving eight hundred thousand federal workers and paycheck limbo, three union suing the government saying it is unconstitutional to force many of them to work without pay congress voting to give them lost wages, but only when the government reopens Andy Field in Washington there at least three people are dead. Dozens more injured after an explosion at a bakery in Paris today. Agency services were called to a possible gas leak in the ninth small in central Paris. This morning firefighters were just arriving on the scene when the explosion occurred. The force of the blast overturned cars and shattered windows in nearby shops. The bakery had not yet opened at the time. Among the dead on firefighters who apart the response team and a Spanish woman who was on holiday in Paris with her husband. Julia McFarland ABC news at the foreign desk in London, Wisconsin teenager, missing for three months after the murder of her parents back home as a thirty say she escaped her captor and flag down help. A thorny say. A suspect has been arrested in the kidnapping of thirteen year old Jamie clause, and for the murder of her parents authorities in Davis, California searching for a motive in what they're calling an ambush attack on a rookie police officer. You're listening to ABC news..
"julia mcfarland" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"The ninety six in the Senate. Here. Yes. That Bill would not have money for a border wall. Senate leader Mitch McConnell last Tuesday. Urge our democratic colleagues to get past these harmful political guy McConnell still backing the president's stance. Chuck Sivertsen, ABC news police in Paris, say dozens of people were injured in an explosion at a bakery this morning, at least three dozen injured. Police say it appears a gas leak is the cause has already on the way after a suspected gas leak was reported when the explosion occurred at the bakery in the ninth this morning of central Paris. Several firefighters are expected to be among the wounded people have been advised to avoid the area ABC's. Julia McFarland reporting from the foreign desk in London. You're listening to ABC news. Ever wonder why European seemed to speak so many languages? Maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning in Europe. Babbel's award-winning technology gets you speaking right away. Whether you're learning Spanish, French or German and best of all you'll remember what you've learned. I always thought I was bad at languages, but after using battle, I can tell you. I was just taught the wrong way using Babbel's ten to fifteen minute lessons, you can be speaking confidently new language within weeks. I was amazed that I could start having real life conversations right away with so fast. Now, I'm speaking Spanish. No wonder babble is the number one selling language learning app and era. Try it for yourself and see why babble is the quick way to get conversational in.
"julia mcfarland" Discussed on KOMO
"Interest rate policy and a looming partial government shutdown the Dow Jones industrial slid four hundred fourteen points, the NASDAQ tumbled one ninety five the s&p eased. Fifty big tech decliners included Facebook down six and a third percent Amazon down five and three quarters percent. And Netflix which last five and a half percent. That's your money now. This struggle to secure Gatwick airport. Not yet over these are your world headlines from ABC news. After drone sightings continued for a third day Gatwick airport closed and reopened its runways as tens of thousands of passengers were left unsure as to whether their travel plans were guaranteed. Police and soldiers are hunting for the journal parameters, of course, immense disruption since Wednesday night. Norwegian police say that a video that appears to show the gruesome murder of two in Morocco is genuine video that seems to show the beheading of one of the women has been shared by supporters of ISIS. The men in the video say the murders are in revenge for events in Syria. The UN Security Council has adopted a resolution to send a team to the Yemeni. Port of her data to monitor a ceasefire the truce began on cheese day. It's the first resolution adopted on Yemen in three years. Julia McFarland ABC news at the foreign desk in London. A lot of backlash including among Republicans following Defense Secretary James Mattis sudden resignation protesting President Trump's policies. Here's ABC news chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz with more in the beginning. Donald Trump thought Jim Mattis was the perfect man for the job with the perfect nickname mad dog for Mattis who cringes at that nickname. It was duty. I just weeks ago saying when the predator the United States asks you to do something in America. You just do it quote Nike just do it. But Syria was the last straw. That's ABC's Martha Raddatz time to get your home ready for the big chill or even the deep freeze ABC's. Daria Albinger, has tips. From appro winter officially arrives is your home ready for it. People think, oh, I need to winner is my home. Just when I'm in the north eastern a place that had snow, but it's really something you need to think about know, regardless of where you are. Senior director of underwriting at hippo insurance says that includes making sure your pipes your insulation in your gutters are ready for the season. As in store, he says think of your home like your car oil you fill your car up with gas. You get your car service that the ten thousand mile Mark in the sixty thousand mile Mark major damage and major issues from coming down the line in a home should be considered the same exact way. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Komo AAA traffic every ten minutes on the fours. No stalls work collisions being reported as of right now. But we do have a few pockets slowing westbound fourteen ten approaching valley avenue in Bonney lake still little slow.
"julia mcfarland" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Camera to see inside the envisioned the device flying around the disaster site and looking around then anchoring itself and pooling to move debris wonder if I could get one to fly over to my fridge and bring me a snack. SF dot gov. Gunman kill at least four people in Karachi. These are your world headlines from ABC news, an attack on the Chinese consulate in Karachi, Pakistan has left at least four people dead. After militants stormed the building before being shot by police, meanwhile, separate attack in the northwest of the country left at least thirty people that. Prominent Syrian opposition activists has been assassinated near the rebel-held city of it lived right Afars was well known for leading picture protests against the Syrian government. He also founded an opposition radio station. The British Prime Minister Theresa may has been taking phone calls and questions from members of the public. As she tries to sell the British people have plans on how Britain will leave the EU deadline this weekend. We'll see European leaders vote in Brussels on whether they agree on the terms set out and her plan how the UK will leave the block. Julia McFarland ABC news at the foreign desk in London here. Your political insights from ABC news. President Trump is pushing congress to give him the funding he wants for a while in the US Mexico border. The president says in a tweet that there should be a bipartisan effort on a quote, major border security package house. Republicans have agreed to give the president the fine billion dollars. He wants for wall construction. But a bipartisan deal in the Senate would only provide one point six billion if there's no agreement there could be a partial government shutdown on December seventh would there be a shutdown certainly could and it will be about border security, which is the president. Morning also treating his support for criminal Justice reform Bill under consideration in the Senate that would loosen some sentencing guidelines for nonviolent offenses. It's unclear Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell will bring this up for a vote before the end of the year and another vote for Nancy Pelosi in her bid to become the next speaker of the house, incoming democratic Congressman Tom Malinowski of New Jersey says he'll support Pelosi and those your political insights from ABC news. I'm Karen Travers in Washington..
Palestinian stabs U.S.-Israeli citizen to death at West Bank mall
"America. Good Morning, America. Laura. Good Morning America from Robin. Good in your morning with ABC's. Good Morning, America. Israel is calling it another terror attack a citizen of the Jewish state stabbed to death in the West Bank. Israel says by a Palestinian on Twitter ambassador. David Freeman called Ari folded quote American patriot. And said he would be missed the forty-five-year-old New York native was stabbed to death by a sixteen year old Palestinian attacker in the West Bank outside a mall Friedman called it a brutal murder by a quote terrorist friends of full tell
"julia mcfarland" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Happened we don't know yet what during that. Two people were stabbed version with a knife in his hand walked away and he will shut by the police the suspect is. A nineteen year old Afghan citizen, and based on. The suspects initial statements authorities said he had a terrorist motive the Americans remain hospitalized with serious. But non-life-threatening injuries a Saudi Arabia led coalition is expressing regret over a. Deadly airstrike last month in northern Yemen ABC's Julia McFarland has more on the bombing that killed dozens of children the Saudi led coalition has acknowledged that mistakes, were made in August steadily as strike that hit a school bus killing, more than fifty people of which forty, which those figures. According to. The rebel controlled health ministry in a statement the coalition expressed regret after a team assess the incident it added it would undertake legal proceedings to hold the, persons responsible, to account the The US State Department welcomed the announcement calling it an. Important first step towards full transparency and accountability Julia McFarland fallen at the ABC. News foreign desk. Are shooting. At a house party. In Hartford leaves two men dead and another wounded police report two dozen shots, were fired outside the home on hillside avenue just. Before one thirty this morning to male victims with multiple gunshot wounds were discovered and pronounced dead after being taken to Hartford hospital. Another man was shot once he's, expected to survive. Police believe this may have been a targeted shooting faithful till the end the North Carolina family. Is mourning the death of their dog after a bear breaks into their. Home Tiffany Merrill yelled tour children to shut their doors after a bear broke into her black mountain North Carolina home dog came out and started barking and, got the bears attention the bear outside and the say the woman lost, her five pound mutt named pickles could, do I wanted. To go, out there and jump on the back of the Bayern save my dog The grieving woman says pickles quote was always with me Jim chrysalis CBS news Asheville North Carolina. A ceremony is being held today in the Ukrainian. City of a low vs it's to commemorate the seventy fifth anniversary of. The annihilation of the city's Jewish population by Nazi Germany officials are honoring those working to preserve what, they can of the city's history they're receiving glass keys molded from an old metal synagogue key, that was founded a Levy market the event also includes a concert to celebrate the Jews of the region as, part of the growing consciousness Jews Jewish history courses have been. Added at universities and volunteers are working to find and return Jewish gravestones used. To pave roads Tomorrow's Labor Day all. Around the, country but, in, New York. They'll also be celebrating Caribbean carnival day and it starts before sunrise which means daybreak traces its origins to. Trinidad in the mid eighteen hundreds when slaves were emancipated the festival which begins in the early morning hours has been plagued by violence in the past. Something mayor Bill de Blasios said earlier in the week they would guard against with extra security. Unfortunately in the past a very small number of people have come to make trouble we will not tolerate. That, hours after the job a party the separate and much larger New York Caribbean carnival takes place in Brooklyn I'm Julie Walker Last thing at night, Alexa wake me up at six AM. Tomorrow, to WBZ NewsRadio, on iheartradio alarm set for six AM tomorrow to WBZ News. Radio ten thirty from I heart radio easy.
Man accused of stabbing 2 Americans in Amsterdam with "terrorist motive"
"The nineteen year old Afghan citizen who was shot wounded and detained after a stabbing of two Americans yesterday had. A terrorist motive says the Dutch capitals government in a statement just issued in past hours, it, says that's based on. The man's first statements to police ABC's Julia McFarland in London Amsterdam train station on Friday a man. Identified as a nineteen year old Afghan citizen stabbed two people before being shot by police he's believed to have a German residence permit and Dutch police are cooperating with German. Authorities to try to find out more about his background hospitalized victims are expected
Amsterdam stabbing suspect may have had 'terrorist' motive
"Americans recovering after they were stabbed at. A, railway station in the Netherlands Friday that's according. To the US ambassador is office they're more from ABC's Julia McFarland. At the foreign desk in London Dutch police are studying whether terrorism may have played a role in the stopping in the Netherlands that left to American tourists with serious injuries at. The Amsterdam train station on Friday a man identified as a, nineteen year old Afghan citizen stopped to people before being shot by police he's believed to have a German residence permit and Dutch, police, are, cooperating with. German authorities to try to find, out more about his background Jillian
Kofi Annan, former UN secretary-general, dead at 80
"The former UN secretary general and Nobel peace prize let me say. That again Nobel peace. Prize winner Kofi Annan as died at age eighty passing away peacefully after a short hill nece Kathy an-and was the first black African to serve as the secretary general of the United Nations the highest diplomatic. Office in the world born in the Gold. Coast now Ghana. In one thousand nine hundred. Ninety eight on got his first job with the UN shortly after graduating university his long career spanned decades and even during his retirement he continued to work seeing a peace. Deal, in Kenya that ended months of violence and working on the Syrian peace, talks with, the Arab League in two thousand one he was awarded the Nobel peace prize for his wife and revamping the Gog Antoon organization Julia McFarland says Annan was the seventh, secretary general of the UN and served for a decade starting in nineteen
Death toll hits 39 in Italy bridge collapse; blame begins
"Other party who is critical of that president or that president's policies and that that's just not the way the system's supposed to work and Brennan tweeted. This is part of a broader effort by Mr. Trump to suppress freedom of speech and punish his critics, John Cohen. Thank you. Thanks, nice talking to you. We knew it was coming, but that didn't make it any less shocking. The diocese did not create written records every single time. They heard something about abuse. The grand jurors wrote the state of Pennsylvania is still reeling from a grand jury report detailing what it calls, credible allegations of horrific child abuse by more than three hundred priests. In this morning, people are asking, what about their superiors? What about the bishops and cardinals accused of creating a playbook for concealing the truth? And what does pope Francis have to say about it? ABC's David Wright is here tracking it all David by bread. So a thousand child victims they could identify and the report says the real numbers higher than that. And this is just one St.. Imagine if all fifty states did a comprehensive look through the church records, it's too difficult to think about, yeah, on a human level. Then what are some of the most troublesome allegations here? Well, I mean they're just horrific cases. In one instance, there's a priest to targeted five sisters from one family and continued to abuse them even after he was, he left the parish even after he left the priesthood and in case after case, there's a familiar pattern alleged in this report, and that is that basically the priests themselves were shuffled from one parish to another quietly, the cover up was sophisticated and all the while. Church leadership kept records of the abuse victims were they had settlements. They had nondisclosure agreements. We feel certain that many victims never came forward. And while the Vatican may have been alerted about all this, the general public and certainly the prosecutors weren't. Let's talk about the Vatican because this obviously reaches beyond Pennsylvania in these priests superiors. Absolutely. And one of the highest ranking. Ericans in the church at this moment, cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington DC for eighteen years. He was the Bishop of Pittsburgh, and he is named in this report more than two hundred times. He's defending his record saying that he always acted with an eye toward preventing future acts of abuse and respecting victims. But the report finds that in multiple cases, he may have alerted the Vatican he may have removed from their posts, but he didn't alert civil authorities and that allowed abuse to continue at the cops. We're not really part of that. They for them, David, these families might get the satisfaction of seeing these priests finally named, but nearly all of them are kind of power list actually do anything in court, right? That's right. I, in most of these Pennsylvania cases, the statute of limitations has long since inspired. We won't see very many new criminal prosecutions as a result of this. But what we might see is it change in the laws. There's pressure now in Pennsylvania lawmakers to enact new laws that would better protect people that would get rid of things like the statute of limitations for child sexual abuse cases, the. Nondisclosures for child sexual abuse cases and may even open a civil window
"julia mcfarland" Discussed on KSRO
"To Italy now where officials say the death toll from Monday's bridge collapse has risen to thirty nine rescue workers. Are still searching the rubble for possible survivors while the Italian government is facing questions about the state. Of the nation's infrastructure ABC's Julia McFarland is. At the scene in Genoa. The Italian PM Giuseppe Kante on Wednesday declared a twelve month state of emergency in the region of Genoa and he has diverted some national emergency funds to the region to upgrade a lot of this infrastructure. In response and update uptick in New. England's grey seal population is attracting more, of the marine mammals number one predator sharks ABC's Linsey Davis. Says a man was bit by. One in Massachusetts Bye. Bye do call came in to police in Truro Massachusetts around four thirty sixty. One year old man was. Conscious, and talking, but reportedly suffered puncture wounds to his torso and leg this speech is now closed until further. Notice while this would be the first. Shark attack in Massachusetts in six years several shark sightings, have been reported in the. Area in recent days at least two great whites spun it just a hundred yards off the shore and Georgia outrage mounting after an eighty. Seven year old grandmother was taste by police when ordered she wouldn't drop the knife she, was using to cut dandelions she doesn't speak English the police chief, is defending the move this is ABC news I just can't stop scratching struggling to get relief from itching to your topic dermatitis also known as. Eggs Emma if.
"julia mcfarland" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Wayne and me lead story Does, it tough one the Italian, bridge collapsed the deaf. Polls now hit thirty nine and they're still going to be pulling bodies out of their this point they really don't know how many there are under there I I'm, assuming all the rescue attempts were done now it's just recovery correct yes for the most part I mean of course they, always say we're, holding out hope but at. This, point, now when I was talking to ABC's Julia McFarland this morning's he was telling me. That a few things about this particular bridge two. Years ago there was a, major architectural company who goes through and sort of surveys all the different bridges and whatnot infrastructure, in Italy and they said this. Bridge should be demolished yeah there's. We talked about. How it, was built in the. Sixties and therefore it shouldn't collapse there's been controversy about this. Bridge from the beginning, there's something here engineer said this. Is it was brand new technology that was used in building it. And some, engineer said, you can't do it that way. It's weakened, it had to be they, had reconstructed, I, mean they're in the middle Of engineer saying it has to be redone it had reached it saw life potential and so we're, gonna it's not, just the bridge arbitrarily falling. Down, no, and yesterday to she said there was a major storm and they think that there. Was a traffic jam on the bridge and they. Think wait might have been, issue and the fact that that bridge was subject to way more traffic over the ever intended, true rosta kinda tiptoed through her. Interview on the daily show last. Night this.
At least 31 dead after cars plunge off collapsed bridge in Italy
"Gonna turn now to the horrific pictures coming in tonight from Italy, the death toll rising from a devastating bridge. Collapse in Genoa the bridge coming down during a storm cars and trucks falling about one hundred fifty feet more than two dozen killed and look at this image tonight. One truck driver hitting the brakes right before going over the edge of that bridge. The search for possible survivors underway at this hour and ABC's Julia McFarland is in Italy for us. Shock and horror. This bridge crumbles along a major Italian highway sending dozens of vehicles. Plunging one hundred and fifty feet to the ground below this green trucks, stopping myth feet from the edge, the driver slamming on the brakes just in time the tail lights still on this man, narrowly escaping from his truck. Life had the rumble. He said, I saw myself flying away and that's it. He is one of them, lucky ones officials, say at least twenty-six up debt. It's not sending in jokes to such through the twist of massive concrete racing to find survivors. Using cranes to lift victims on stretches and lifting them to the hospital. The bridge in the seaside city of Genoa sexism main thoroughfare between France and northern Italy. It was raining heavily when the bridge came crashing down. Some I witnesses report seeing lightning strike. But tonight investigators have not yet determined what caused the two hundred and fifty foot section to collapse. Julie McFarland joins us tonight from Italy and Julia. We know that this bridge was built in the nineteen sixties and you've learned tonight of the thirties were actually concerned about its structural integrity. Yes, David, there had been engineered would already flag warnings about this bridge that was ongoing maintenance about it, but the government here in Italy struggling to find the cash to fix its aging infrastructure tonight. Another tragic reminder of the need to do so and fos
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"Flash. Flooding after heavy rains in the tourist destination of Kerala in India have. Killed dozens of people. And left. More than thirty six, thousand needing to. Evacuate, the region, of Kerala. Is well known for its Adila beaches and tea plantations more than a million Tourists visited last
Explosions at Venezuelan president's speech were attempted attack, government says
"Sun today highs in the mid eighties, partly cloudy on Monday otherwise it'll be sunny all week pies will. Climb to the upper eighties and be close to ninety by. Mid week but they'll begin to fall again by the time next weekend rolls around your nighttime lows Through the week we'll be in the low. Sixties that's the latest from the KOMO The parents, attempt to assassinate the Venezuelan president these are your world headlines from ABC news President Nicolas. Maduro says he survived and SAS nation attempts during a speech and Caracas. Saturday night Mr. Madura was giving a life television address to members of the military when footage shows him suddenly looking upwards in the shock and dozens of soldiers beginning to run. To drones loaded with, explosives detonated near the president stand according to a government minister Maduro has blamed. US solid Columbia for the attack. A claim strongly denied by Bogota In. Saint Petersburg around twenty five gay rights activists. Have been held by police following a protest at, the main square campaigning for LGBT right is banned in Russia by two thousand thirteen law. Against what the Russian government calls gay propaganda three NATO forces have been. Killed in eastern Afghanistan after Taliban suicide a detonated on Sunday a US soldier until Afghan troops were injured in the attack according to a NATO statement new details we given on. The nationalities of those, killed Julia McFarland ABC news,.
Russian Journalists Killed in Central African Republic Ambush
"North Korea handed over the remains in fifty five boxes last. Week the commander of US forces in the region general. Vincent Brooks says this is a solemn reminder Not complete About seventy seven hundred US soldiers are listed as missing from the Korean war and about five thousand of the remains are believed to be still in. North Korea the return comes amid skepticism over whether North Korea's actually following through on its pledge to denuclearize. In Hawaii the military will use DNA testing to try and identify the. Fallen soldiers several reporters have been killed while investigating group of Russian private military contractors, in Africa here's. Correspondent Julia McFarland three Russian journalists are believed to have been killed in an ambush in the Central. African Republic the landlocked state in the middle of the African continent is in the middle of a civil war between warring religious militias since a rebel uprising in two, thousand thirteen the journalists are thought to have been working on a documentary on a shadowy Russian mercenary group that is also believed to have been operating in eastern Ukraine, and Syria It's unclear, who was behind the attack Russia has taken an increasingly prominent role in the cer this year. In December Russia received UN approval to train and arm the country's army wins news time to fifty one on the ram trucks traffic center here's Greg rice more.
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"A proposal for how the two countries can work together on key areas of cooperation that according to his future foreign relations secretary one proposal covers four main pillars of the relationship commerce develop security and migration israeli warplanes had dozens of hamas targets today as militants fired rockets into israel threatening to trigger an all out war after weeks of rising tensions along the border more now from abc's julia mcfarland at the foreign desk has hit gaza with the heaviest round of strikes since the last outbreak of war in two thousand fourteen the air raids were in response to rocket fire more than nine hundred missiles from gaza hitting multiple locations in israel two palestinians were killed three israelis wounded that i should've weather service has issued a dust advisory for central arizona we are getting reports of some blowing dust around the castle grande area also reports of blowing dust south of the valley near picacho peak itin and let's get a check on how things are operating here in the city patrick roading is live at the valley chevy dealer stretch center patrick hither john things are operating not too badly on the saturday evening in tempe we have a collision on the northbound at apache vilamoura crashes off right also in tempe we have a collision two westbound strike that crash house off right and officers author freeways i should say tempe collision baseline road east of hardy drive this report is brought by napa napa auto parts has the expertise impartiality to help keep your car in the road.
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"Six thirty four i'm justin davis combo traffic it's been a chilly cloudy weekend lows will dip into the high forty s overnight but we should see more sunshine and warmer temperatures tomorrow with highs approaching seventy i'm kelly blair with your forecast from the komo forecast team the eyes of the world are on the tiny island of singapore's president trump and kim jong hoon prepare for their landmark meeting these are your world headlines from abc news both leaders are staying in separate hotels as they prepare for tuesday's historic summit the meeting will take place on the resort island of santosa of singapore's southern coast the us hopes the meeting will lead to north korea giving up its nuclear weapons north korea hopes in return for sanctions relief and foreign investment to help its ailing konami meanwhile the scorched earth following the g seven summit in canada president trump and his economic advisors lashed out at canadian prime minister justin trudeau after he confirmed canada would press ahead with retaliatory tariffs g seven nations reacted supporting trudeau and reaffirming commitment to a joint statement signed by all members apart from the us with both the french president and the german foreign minister criticizing president trump's outburst on twitter julia mcfarland abc news at the foreign desk in london this is komo morning news rewind oceans eight here's the movie the big movie this weekend it's a spin off of the ocean's eleven movies starring george clooney in this one sandra bullock stars as debbie ocean sister of clooney's danny ocean debbie recruits a team of women to help her rob the fashion event of the year three and a half weeks and that will be hosting annual ball robbins not bollocks neck daphne kluger valued at over a hundred million dollars hundred and fifty million you recognize some of the voices they're quite a cast in brian the movie guy is here good morning good morning what are we thinking of oceans eight dad well they're cast kate blanchett anne hathaway helena bonham carter riana is a lot more to i with the movie.
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"The plan will need to be approved by all twenty eight member states and the european parliament before it can be passed julia mcfarland abc news at the foreign desk in london graphic video shows a mother beaten by police of the jersey shore sparks a debate over who was in the wrong in what might not be shown abc's ariel russia for reports video of two officers violently taking down a young mom on a new jersey beaches sparking new backlash vena punching the woman in the head putting her in a chokehold a baby crying beachgoers encircling the commotion alexis hewitt recording this shocking incident yelling and i woke up and then got my camera out right when she went down police say they initially question twenty rolled emily wineman about underage drinking in a facebook post since deleted wineman says she passed a breathalyzer but the situation escalated when she refused to give officers her name don't wildwood police chief saying they hire extra officers for summer they may not have some of the experience that the rest of our guys do but we do our best to train them properly his department planning to release bodycam video in the coming days those officers have been placed on administrative leave during the investigation komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours in renton and we have a three car collision on northbound highway one six seven just north of four zero five this collision partially blocking the left lane now state patrol is on the scene and i five traffic continues to look good between tacoma seattle and everett in both directions your next report coming up at one thirty four i'm jay phillips on komo news hi everybody it's tuesday morning time for.
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"To your monday morning i'm jennifer jones lee and some of their stories that we're following in the kfi twenty four hour newsroom the porn star who claims she had an affair with the president says she was threatened to stay quiet about it stormy daniels told sixty minutes last night that a man approached her in las vegas in a parking lot in twenty eleven while she was with her daughter daniels said that the man told her to leave trump alone and then looked at her daughter and said that's a beautiful little girl it'd be ashamed of something happened to her mom daniel says that she did have a sexual affair with trump in twenty two thousand six soon after his wife melania gave birth to their son trump has denied that the affair ever happened orange county sheriff's rescuers have airlifted a mom who was badly hurt while mountain biking with their son the paramedics had to be lowered from a helicopter yesterday morning to reach the woman in the winning ranch wilderness park they triage injuries and then hoisted her to be airlifted to the hospital and park rangers took the boy to be reunited with his mom and this bizarre story a large falling tree has broken both of an elderly woman's legs in glendale it was sixty foot tree that just fell over while the woman was out for a walk yesterday someone who saw it says the woman in her seventies realize what would happen but had just enough time to take a couple of steps back and cover her head she got trapped in the fire department had to use inflatable devices to lift the tree off of her the tree was also it also damaged a car at five fifty five we'll talk with abc's julia mcfarland is there a potential terrorist attack on tourists in rome well military officials are taking this seriously enough and they think that there is a threat that they are on the hunt for a potential bomber and then it's six oh five it's handle on the news this morning but right now it's our business buzz with kfi's byzantine expert jason middleton.
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"And lows tonight around forty cloudy showers likely for wednesday a high of fifty seattle right now we have clouds and fifty five a set of biracial twins or stunning the scientific community with one in a million genetic makeup abc's julia mcfarland with the story needs mafia and millie eleven year old fraternal twins who have different skin colors their data's black and then mom is white and she lovingly calls them how one in a million miracle lester beautiful door mosca has pale skin big blue eyes and dirty blond hair milly has a darker complexion with brown eyes and jet black hair think it's nice because people can't tell you won't complain that you want within the content because you're not you're like of now they're on the april cover of national geographics issue on race something beyond their wildest dreams wow then not even teenagers yet but these twins often mistaken for friends are not defined by the color of their skin i think racism is a negative because sometimes it can help people precious she by your night by your actual if it's going to be a nice coming go ahead also like the people say that to the books pico by their looks could that could be different on the inside but for mossy and millie the global attention to their unique genetics bypass is what matters to them most that they are two sisters two best friends he just loved her fun together and the message they want to put out to the world it's best to celebrate the skin that you're in from other people because you can just be yourself that is.
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"Not be a side note in his trey northeast is preparing for the possibility of another nor'easter this would be storm number three on the heels of two powerful storms left thousands of people without power for days forecasters are monitoring a potential third storm that could hit the northeast by monday not certain of the storms exact path at this moment a former russian spy and his daughter are still in very serious condition after being attacked with an undisclosed nerve agent in britain this week british home secretary amber rudd says the investigation is underway while the british government waste possible responses in terms of father options that will have to wait until we absolutely care what the consequences could be and once the actual source of this nerve agent testing abc news correspondent julia mcfarland joins us this morning from london julia thanks for your time morning greg they are they are they suspecting that the russians are behind this i think there is uh i i think we'll fingers are tending to point to ward russian involvement to what extent that that involvement goes up to to the state we can't be sure um when we find out what exact substance with these and this attack you'll be easier for us to juice how uh how how wide says said this operation has gone there's been some speculation in the press that this is a very very rat nerve agent that was used which may indicate that it is a uh it it may point towards uh some state involvement of statesanctioned involvement all former element of uh of the of the russian state um i mean what's interesting about about this story is that the president of a nerve agent in uh.