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"julie candler" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

05:10 min | Last week

"julie candler" Discussed on WBUR

"Hello. This is Julie Candler with the BBC News. Moscow's prosecutor has ordered that the political officers of the jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, suspend their activities. He's also applied to suspend the work of Mr Navalny's separate anti corruption foundation. Moscow quarters due to rule on whether to ban the organization's has extremist groups. In Germany, Chancellor Merkel spokesman said using anti terror instruments against politically undesirable opinions was incompatible with the rule of law. Their arrangement is in Moscow. I think nobody's expecting any surprises there. Everyone's expecting both to be suspended and potentially later Band and this is clearly a move against all activists and all activity linked to Alexander Bonnie, who himself is already behind bars. It seems like a coordinated effort essentially to close down everything linked to the man. Who is them? More walls, at least the most vocal and fierce critic of the Kremlin. The team around Mr Navalny has called this an attempt to destroy peaceful political opposition in the country. The European Commission has begun legal action against the pharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca, alleging that it reached contractual agreements for the supply that's Corona virus vaccine. AstraZeneca said it regretted the decision. Definitely cares. Marker is a commission spokesman. What matters to us in this case is that we want to make sure that there's a speedy delivery off a sufficient number off those is that you're being citizens are entitled to And which has been promised on the basis off the contract. So are the commission has indeed start this legal action on its own behalf and on behalf off the 27 member states. That are fully aligned in their support for this procedure. Forces loyal to the opposition in Somalia are occupying key parts of the capital market issue following Sunday's eruption of fighting with soldiers supporting President Mohamed Abdullahi from our Joe. These include a junction about half a kilometer from the presidential palace. Iranian quarter centers, the British Iranian charity work and gasoline, cigar E. Radcliffe to a year in jail and a one year travel ban on charges of propaganda against the state. Her husband read. Richard Radcliff courted a negotiating tactic as Iran works to negotiate a revival of the international deal regarding its nuclear program. His Caroline Hawley, Exactly a week after her five year sentence on charges of working against the regime had ended and her ankle tag had been removed. She was ordered to appear in court for this second trial on charges of propaganda against the regime. She was told. That would be a judgment within seven working days. That didn't happen. That was last month. So suddenly this morning, her lawyer was summoned to the office of the judge who tried her. And that's where he was told that there was bee this new sentence. She does have the right to appeal within 20 days, and the and the family plan to do exactly that. World News from the BBC. Dozens of Kurdish politicians have gone on trial in Turkey. They're accused of complicity and deadly 2014 protests over perceptions of the army failed to intervene when in plain view, Islamic state fighters overran the largely Kurdish town of Kobani in northern Syria. 37 people were killed in the protests. Lebanon has said it hopes Saudi Arabia will could reconsider a bandit recently imposed on Lebanese fruit and vegetable imports. The Saudis said the shipments were being used for drug smuggling on accused Beirut of not taking sufficient action. The band has been another blow to the Lebanese economy. Military sources in Nigeria's say more than 30 soldiers have been killed in an Islamist attack on their convoy in the northeastern state of born Oh, the insurgents are reported to have overrun an army base burning military vehicles. It's our colleague is in Legos. Security sources say the ant militants driving in more than it doesn't gun mounted trucks attacked the military facility in the town off my knock on Sunday, opening fire on overpower and troops there. The Nigerian air force corresponded with airstrikes to support ground troops clashing with the militants. The Nigerian Air Force says it's investigating the incident. The armed militants also attacked the town off Adam in your best eight planting booby traps. Flynn residents told the BBC. They killed a number of civilians, including a primary school teacher, who they beheaded. The winner of the Oscar for best director Chloe Joe was born and raised in Beijing, But news of her wind is being censored Inside China Post Celebrating this jazz victory are being pulled from the Chinese social media sites on the Chinese state controlled media have not mentioned the awards. Beijing's disapproval appears to be linked to an interview she gave eight years ago in which she said growing up in China was like being in a place where their allies everywhere. The first time in 50 years. The Oscars were not shown in the Chinese territory in Hong Kong. Hello and welcome to news out from the BBC World Service coming to you live from London. I'm James Kamar. Asami Later on in the program.

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Sullivan: 'There Will Be Consequences' if Navalny Dies

NEWS 88.7 Programming

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Sullivan: 'There Will Be Consequences' if Navalny Dies

"Julie Candler with the BBC news. United States. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan has said there'll be consequences if the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, dies in prison. To Sullivan said Washington had communicated this to Moscow. U. S and the European Union. Both say they hold Russia accountable for his safety from Los Angeles. Peter Bo's reports. Jake Sullivan said the U. S was looking at a variety of different costs. As he put it, there will be imposed. Should Alexey Navalny die. Without going into specifics. He said the White House had made his position clear, communicating directly through diplomatic channels with the uppermost levels of the Russian government. Said Moscow will be held accountable by the international community for what happened to Mr Navalny. On Saturday, President Biden said the Russian opposition leaders situation was totally unfair. Supporters of Alexei Navalny in Russia have called for renewed street protests across the country on Wednesday evening. Before that, his life hangs by a thread. He's been on hunger strike for nearly three

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"julie candler" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

02:30 min | Last month

"julie candler" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"ABC News with Julie Candler, a vast container ship that had been blocking the sewage canal for a week Has bean freed tugboats managed to release the 400 M ever given a few hours after high tide. Trump vessel caused major disruption to global trade, with hundreds of ships caught in traffic jams on either side. The sewers Canal Authority says it will operate around the clock to clear the backlog. The jury in the U. S. City of Minneapolis will soon hear opening arguments in the trial of a white police officer accused of killing George Floyd during his arrest last year. Eric show. Vin denies charges of manslaughter and two counts of murder. Video of the policemen kneeling on Mr Floyd's next sparked protests across the U. S. And around the world in support of the Black Lives matter Movement. Three former aircrew from Ivory Coast have gone on trial in Paris for bombing French troops in 2000 and four during the civil war. The incident caused a major rift between the two countries. Nine French peacekeepers and an American aid worker were killed. France destroyed the entire I've Orian Air Force in retaliation. French drug firm survey laboratories has been found guilty of aggravated deception for continuing to sell an appetite suppressant pill for a decade after health risks were flagged up. The company was found guilty of manslaughter and accidental injury and find but he was cleared of fraud. The drug media tour had been linked to hundreds of deaths. Officials in Bangladesh have refused to say when they'll unblock Facebook, which was suspended during violent protests. Over three days. At least 12 people died as demonstrators protested over a visit by the Indian prime minister. Former U. S. President Barack Obama has paid tribute to his step grandmother, Sarah Obama, who's died in Kenya at the age of 99. BBC news. Welcome back to news. I will be talking about the suicide canal Next. Now, though even his country's fight the pandemic. They're trying to find ways to get a semblance of normal life back disease or no disease in the Netherlands. They've been experimenting with large scale events under almost laboratory like conditions. Has been a dance music festival. They're aiming for an experimental summer holiday. Would you believe for a couple of 100 people in Greece on that the weekend International Football Matthew Kenyon reports from Amsterdam..

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"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"BBC news, Julie candler, a former Russian intelligence officer. And a cybersecurity expert have been jailed for treason by a military tribunal in Moscow for passing secrets to foreign powers. The trial was held behind closed doors. But local media reports say the defendants were accused of passing sensitive information to the US possibly including details about Russian hacking. The British Prime Minister Theresa may has for the first time held out the prospect of parliament having a vote on a delay in Britain's planned departure from the European Union, which is currently sheduled for the twenty ninth of March. But MRs may said MP's must first vote on her preferred Brexit deal, and then if that was rejected on a no deal scenario. Pakistan's army has said it will respond in due Coors to India strikes on its territory. A military spokesman said India should get ready for a surprise. India said its warplanes struck a training camp for militants whereas suicide attacks were being prepared. A medical charity has closed in a of treatment center in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Whether it's an outbreak of the virus. The hate group MSF close the Cutler center update it was attacked and set on five I suspected rebels on Sunday. MSF says Ebola is still spreading. Global business grouping says discrimination against sexual minorities is costing Kenya. One point three billion dollars a year the group open for business, which includes Microsoft and Google attributes the loss to lower revenue from tourism, and to LGBT people's difficult is insecure in education jobs and housing. A US appeals court upheld a merger of the giant telecommunications corporation AT and T with the entertainment company. Time Warner the court ruled that the deal would not break competition laws as the Trump administration.

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"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Marco werman. Chinese president Xi Jinping is a big fan of Hollywood movies, including the godfather, senators and presidents don't have. Who's been nice? We find out that Xi Jinping has learned a thing or two from the film. I think he has started from that position. He has understand Paula quotations from president cheese. Unauthorized little yellow book that's coming up right here on the world. BBC news. Julie candler President Trump will hold a second summit with the North Korean leader Kim Jong UN near the end of February. It's expected to focus on the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. The White House didn't say anything about how to advance the nuclear talks that are made very little progress since the first summit in Singapore last year. The White House has condemned as categorically false allegations that President Trump ordered his former lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to congress about his business links with Russia before he took office in substantiated the allegations could trigger impeachment proceedings. Mr. Trump's current lawyer has denied the claims. Police in the Sudanese capital Khartoum have been fired mourners attending the funeral of the man killed during clashes with the security forces doctors have announced a strike at a large private hospital after a doctor and the boy were also shot dead on Thursday. The rights group. Amnesty International says, it's analysis of Santa light imagery of the town of run in northeast Nigeria reveals extensive destruction following an attack by Boko haram militants on Monday. Amnesty said the images confirmed previous descriptions of the town as like a graveyard. Human rights groups in Zimbabwe say at least twelve people have been killed this week during violent protests sparked by shopping crease in the price of fuel hospitals and clinics have reportedly treated more than seventy people who had been shot by security forces hundreds more Central American migrants have crossed into Mexico without waiting for a humanitarian visa that joining the count on that's heading towards the US border most come from Honduras and say they're escaping poverty and gang related violence. Germany's traffic commission is proposing to end the unlimited speeds on German motorways the measures to combat climate change. There will say recommending raising.

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"julie candler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"julie candler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So far. On the front line. Also, president Xi Jinping sets out his vision for China and wolves other nations not to dictate to Beijing. Under South Africans market day of national reconciliation. We're hear from young black athletes who was attacked by white youths heating up until hours and copy nails Patel. I feel really scared like I can't even call to. All that. And a lot more coming up after bulletin of world news. Hello. I'm Julie candler with the BBC news traditional leaders in South Africa are calling on the government to take action after twenty one teenage boys died during circumcision ceremonies full decarava reports from Johannesburg it's believed that many of these deaths were due to dehydration and traditional therapies are saying that parents don't appreciate the seriousness of the right and many of these traditional schools actually break the law. They aren't up to standard. So every year there IDS reported why there's been such a spike traditional authorities cannot say, but they are calling for a national disaster to be declared to that they can go and assist as some of these traditional initiation schools, but also track down the traditional healers that are carrying out the circumcisions the British cabinet has met to discuss stepping up preparations to leave the European Union without a deal next March the leader of the house of Commons. Andrea led some said leaving with no deal was the legal. Default position unless parliament voted for another solution. She urged members to back the plan put forward by the Prime Minister Theresa may when it's put to the vote next month. More from the BBC's John Pena the decided to intensify. No deal preparations, which involves some- to impounds being allocated across government departments for the nineteen twenty the priority areas, they are going to be the trade department to ramp up the effort to get out and find trade deals around the world security is another priority. And of course, the border because well, we're gonna need as a country, a great, many, more customs officials, civil servants, and technology and all the rest of it to cope with the new declarations that would be needed. If we were to get a new deal situation after the end of March, calm has settled on the Yemeni port of her data where a ceasefire has been declared in an effort to end months of fighting the truce came into force at midnight. And by dawn clashes between government forces and rebels who control the city. He had petered out. With more details. Here's Martin patience. Fighters are supposed to leave assets in the next few weeks, and they're supposed to be placed by local foresees affiliated to the UN. It's not quite clear how that will actually work for the whole will this far followed by fighters withdrawing from that city, perhaps a prisoner exchange that was mentioned during the talks last week all of this designed, of course to end for years or fighter Russia. Iran and Turkey have begun talks on the formation of a committee that would draw up a new constitution for Syria and make plans for elections. They're the meeting in Geneva is sponsored by the UN, which hopes it will revitalize the Syrian peace process. The two sides in the conflict disagree over who should be on the proposed committee. It's thought the Russian Iranian and Turkish farm ministers will propose their own compromise list of names. Well, news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Richard Hake. Governor Cuomo says he wants to make it harder for landlords to convert rent. Regulated apartments to market rate ones. That's been a top priority for housing advocates for years. But until now hasn't been at the top of the agenda for the governor. But in his speech about his priorities for the first one hundred days of his next term Cuomo listed, affordable housing, high on his Justice agenda. We will reform our rent regulations, including ending vacancy decontrol. The protect affordable housing. Finely and freely respect tenants rights. Housing advocates say they anticipate a big fight from industry funded lobbyists legalized marijuana. And raising the minimum wage were not among the flurry of bills, New Jersey. Legislators passed on their final voting day of the year. But WNYC's Karen rouse reports. Dozens of others are heading to governor Phil Murphy's desk. One of the bills that passed is Senator Loretta Weinberg's measure to restructure. Nj transit. It puts an actual bus and rail commuter on the agency's board and called for financial transparency. But Weinberg says it's just a start towards fixing New Jersey's rail system, which is plagued with breakdowns and equipment shortages panacea. I don't want anybody that thinks that the trains are going to be running on legislators also passed a package of bills to reduce hunger and food waste and put special prosecutors in charge of investigations of police shootings, new York Attorney General Barbara Underwood has reached a settlement with charter communications over a lawsuit accusing the. Company of defrauding internet subscribers last year. The attorney general's office charged that charter knowingly delivered slower internet speed then advertise to customers the companies agreed.

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"julie candler" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"julie candler" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Hello. I'm Julie candler with the BBC news to study is prepared for the United States. Senate says Russian operatives used every major social media platform to help. Donald Trump gets elected president. The report says the Russian disinformation campaign continued to support Mr. Trump after he took office from Washington his career Donahue studies describe how the now notorious Russian-backed internet research agency dissecting the American public targeting groups by race, political persuasion and interests, the strategy sorta fire up those on the right urging them towards confrontation and encouraging the spreading of conspiracy theories while the messaging aimed at African Americans in particular was designed to suppress turnout. Encourage dissent, an undermine trust in institutions and process to business partners of President Trump's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn have been indicted for acting as illegal agents for Turkey. Prosecutors say. The men were attempting to pressure the United States into extradite into Turkey, one of president wretched type owed ones most high profile opponents the Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen. The indictments originate from an investigation into whether Mr Flynn hunt. His now defunct company worked his paid lobbyists for tacky. It was initially part of the wider investigation into foreign interference in the two thousand sixteen US election. The British Prime Minister Theresa may has told parliament it will get a vote on her Brexit deal in the third week of January rebuffing calls for an immediate decision. She ruled out several alternatives. She said the second referendum would do irreparable damage to the integrity of British democracy. Second referendum, which came out with the same result. What those honorable men those who wish people to be given the chance to think again continue to say that this should be a referendum. If it came out with a different result. I think it'd be many people who would say actually how many referendum should we? She said the kind of arrangements. The EU has with Norway and Canada would fail to deliver on the referendum vote. The main opposition leader Gerry Corbin, accused her of trying to run down the clock to leave parliament with a choice between her deal and.

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"julie candler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"julie candler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello. I'm Julie candler with the BBC news. Donald Trump faces new checks on his power after the Democrats won control of the house of representatives in the US midterm elections with sweeping gains in the house. The Democrats will now be able to block the president's legislative agenda as Chris Buckley explains. The house of representatives going blue going to the Democrats that is going to cause him real problems. It comes down to two things. First of all they're that tempted to try and get legislation through becomes much more difficult for Donald Trump. They can block legislation there. They can make it much more difficult for him to push his policies. Secondly, though, they can also launch investigations and inquiries and committees. They can look into things that Donald Trump might not want them to look into like his taxes like conflicts of interest. They could even go into things like allegations of Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election. There is. Danger that this president could become very frustrated. President Trump has said if Democrats use their house majority to as he put it investigators the Republicans in Senate will be forced to been investigations into the Democrats on what he called leaks of classified information and Marcello. The Republicans extended their control of the Senate it ensures that Mr. Trump will be able to confirm his executive and judicial appointments, Laura Trevelyan is in Washington. Just tweeted that this is a big victory. Conveniently ignoring the fact that his loss of house of Representative. But he's right in the sense that in the Senate this is a big victory for him. He personally campaigned a knocked off democratic senators in North Dakota in Missouri in Indiana. So the fact that he is expanding the.

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"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hello. I'm Julie candler with the BBC news. Denmark has demanded new EU sanctions against Tehran Hubbard said it had foiled an Iranian plot to carry out an assassination on its soil. A Norwegian citizen of Iranian background has been arrested. Hristo Picchu has details after the Danish intelligence service announced that it had uncovered an attempts to murder an Iranian Arab activist the reaction from Copenhagen has been swift. The Iranian ambassador was summoned to the foreign ministry to be told in no uncertain terms that Denmark, so it's actions as totally unacceptable message that was further enforced by the prime minister who described Iran's behavior as medieval Denmark has also taken the risk of immediately recalling its ambassador from Tehran. And it's consulting allies about new sanctions. Iran says the accusations are conspiracy by opponents president and MRs Trump visiting Pittsburgh where eleven worshippers at city synagogue was shot dead on Saturday morning. The. The couple are expected to visit police officers and other people who were wounded in the shooting on Jewish organization said the president ought not to be received until he denounced white nationalism. But the rabbi of the Pittsburgh synagogue, the target of the massacre said Donald Melania Trump will welcome defense funerals have been held for those killed. The United Nations human rights chief Michel Bachelot is pressing Saudi Arabia to let independent foreign experts joined the investigation into the murder of the dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi was bachelorette urged the Saudi authorities to reveal the whereabouts of Mr. Kashoggi's body to enable crucial forensic examinations. A spokeswoman for the UN's human rights office of Chamdo Sahni outlined the organisation's concerns. According to Saudi Arabia itself, there were high level officials were.

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"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News with Julie candler President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen has pleaded guilty to central charges relating to Bank and. Tax fraud that's a court in New York They include evading personal income tax and making unlawful campaign contributions Mr. Cohen has, already said he paid hush money for porn actress stormy Daniels who said she. Had an affair with Mr. Trump Entity separate trial in Virginia mister Trump's. Full my campaign manager Paul Manafort has been found guilty of eight. Of the eighteen charges he was facing tax and Bank fraud The. Environmental Protection Agency in the US has revealed new proposals to scrap the clean power, plan a Bill from the Obama era aimed at restricting carbon emissions from coal fired Palestinians states will now. Be free to decide power plant regulations on their own clean energy. Supporters predicted dire environmental and health consequences Venezuelans are seeing no sign of an end to the economic crisis in. That country despite the introduction of a new currency newly minted sovereign bolivar banknotes have been difficult to get. Hold of and long queues of people have formed at banks data from an Indian satellite mission which survey the moon ten years ago has. Revealed the presence of frozen water at the Luna polls astronomers say most of. The ice in craters west sunlight really shines and could be used for drinking water, if a moon base is ever built that Veterans from Zimbabwe's independence war calling for the Robert Gabriel Mugabe international airport to have its name changed the veterans former allies of the ousted, president say the name, tarnishes the country's reputation Danny Boyle the British film director is quitting his work. On the upcoming JAMES BOND film due to creative differences the announcement was made by two of the films. Produces and the current JAMES BOND Daniel Craig BBC, news.

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"julie candler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"julie candler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Said, not truly level playing field serious starts to acknowledge the deaths of activists in custody, but the sister of one says, President Assad won't be held accountable there. You will always stay there and you'll never ever get a judgment are will be punished for what he did. The former Congolese militia leader and vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba's returned to Kinshasa after a decade in exile and prison, mosquito manipulation, successful, experimenting stralia the could help tackle Dan gay fever worldwide. That's after the news. Hello I'm Julie candler with. The BBC news the electoral commission in Zimbabwe says the governing Zanu PF has won an outright majority of seats. In parliament according to the latest official results the opposition movement for democratic change has already complained of electoral fraud, and its, preliminary, report the head of the EU observer mission Elma Brock. Painted a mixed picture Japan was largely peaceful and overall political freedoms during the campaign. Including freedom of movement assembly in speech respected over the misuse of state, resources instances of creation and soft intimidation partisan behavior of a traditional leaders and over bias in state media all in favor of the party mended a truly. Level playing field was not yet achieved Mr. Brooks said that the credibility of the election. Would? Be called into question if the electoral. Commission took a long time to release the presidential results the former vice president of the Democratic Republic of Congo Jean-Pierre Bemba has arrived in. The capital Kinshasa of the more than ten years in exile and prison he was mobbed. At the airport by tens of thousands, of, supporters, correspondent soy was there He's a huge. Crowd has From the airport Spritz I can see Af come. Here to receive But this is. A homecoming clouded in uncertainty the government He'd be allowed to run for president tough decisions and. Compromises have to be made.

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Syria war: IS 'seized women and children' in Sweida attack

BBC Newshour

05:31 min | 3 years ago

Syria war: IS 'seized women and children' in Sweida attack

"Is. Our country I grew up here I studied. Here I got married till I? Have land hill how can we are not Indians is it because we. Are Muslim and after Cambodia's. Strongman leader is reelected in a highly criticized vote an exiled. Opposition leader tells us why she. Isn't giving up two people can give us hope look, at the college of the people, inside Cambodia yesterday all of that after the news Hello I'm Julie candler with. The BBC news more than four million people in. The Indian state of Assam have been stripped. Defecit isn't ship after, being left off an official register it comes after years of agitation against illegal immigrants from, Bangladesh as Joe Miller explains their word. Was still between was largely the indigenous Assamese population and the Bengali population which. Is a very large minority in Sam and consists of Hindus but? Mostly Muslims and for. Many many decades they felt that they've. Been discriminated against and they've got good reason. To feel that way because Narendra? Modi for example the current prime minister when he campaigned in two thousand. Fourteen he spent his time. In the northeast on the campaign trail saying that Hindu migrants. From Bangladesh should be welcomed and. Embraced because they are Hindu and they belong in India, and he was implying that so Oh called infiltrators from, Bangladesh Muslim need to be deported It's emerged that Islamic state militants in. Southern Syria holding more than. Thirty women and children hostage Martin patience reports virus attack Suada. Was, one of the deadliest as violence in serious conflates now, the u. k. based Syrian observatory for human rights says Jihadist, took at least thirty six women and children hall stage but a local rancid and told. The BBC the several of. Them have managed to escape negotiations are underway to free those still held by. The militant group has not lost most. Of the territory it once controlled in Syria, and Iraq but I'd say short. In last week's attack I asked remains a deadly threat the government of touchy Kistan has said that four foreign. Tourists have been killed in what. Appears to have been a deliberate attack is Slow Money the cyclists who were on a tour of, the, southern Dan Guerrero province, were initially said to have Have been, struck by a hit and run incident on. Sunday but the interior minister. Has seen said the suspected attackers had knives and firearms he. Said, one had been arrested and two others killed by police, the contractor has been identified as a twenty one year old, resident of the town of narrow south of the Tajik capital where many young people have. Been detained for joining extremist. Groups the tourists who died were from the United States Switzerland and the Netherlands. Symboblic voting in the country's first election. Since Robert Mugabe was ousted in November the, process appears to be going smoothly. With long queues of voters in urban and rural areas Mr Mugabe successor Emmerson Mnangagwa is hoping to legitimise his. Rule his main challenger the leader. Of the opposition MDC Nelson Chamisa said that if the election was fair he was confident of victory World news from the, BBC and this. Is WNYC in New York at, nine oh four good. Morning I'm Kerry Nolan power is back up for the nearly six, thousand apartments in the star at city complex in Brooklyn after it was out. For about ten hours yesterday the sprawling complex in east New York. Has its own power plant workers resolved the issue by late morning but it would take another several hours for the power to be fully up and running in each building barrel Thomas. Is a home health aide who couldn't get to, one of her clients because the elevators were down so she sat on a bench outside and what. My client she's an excellent Gendai she can't get anything and I can't go the seventeenth floor. Thomas says emergency. Workers climb the stairs to check on vulnerable, residents workers also, rescued six people from stalled elevators disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is facing a messy, battle with insurance companies carrier That wrote liability policies, for Weinstein and his film company are arguing in court that those policies don't. Cover, allegations. Of sexual. Misconduct Weinstein's attorney say the insurers are supposed to pay for his legal defense they want the civil litigation halted until. His criminal cases resolved the judge hasn't made a, final ruling a cargo plane made an emergency landing at JFK airport yesterday evening ABC New York reports the, atlas air cargo flight made its descent shortly before seven pm because of a blown out tire the plane landed. Safely and no one was injured the port authority says there was no impact on airport operations we'll have. A mix of sun and clouds today highs in the lower. Eighties mostly cloudy tonight. With a chance of showers after midnight and overnight lows in. The upper, sixties for tomorrow mostly cloudy with a slight chance of. Showers in the morning then a better chance, in the afternoon. It'll be humid with highs in, the lower eighties right, now Partly cloudy in New York City seventy eight degrees.

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"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hello i'm julie candler with the bbc news britain's prime minister theresa may has welcomed donald trump with a lavish dinner on his first visit to the uk as american president at the event at blenheim palace this is may made the case for new trade deal with united states after britain leaves the european union earlier mr trump caused mrs may some embarrassment when he suggested that people hadn't got what they voted for in the brexit referendum kristin fraser has more there are more protests that are lined up for tomorrow bigger protests and of course we're gonna steve that big blimp the eighteen thousand pound blend that he's gonna be flying intended to parliament square it's trump baby and that will be fine for two hours next to the highest as parliament during the time that he will be on his way to check is for lunch with theresa may students to university in cameroon say five of their classmates was shot dead by soldiers in an overnight raid as will ross reports this is not the only negation of human rights abuses being carried out by the military in cameroon students at bombay university say they heard their colleagues being ordered out of their hostile in the middle of the night through the window they saw men in military uniform interrogating them and then there were gunshots the bodies of two of the students have been identified at the local mortuary it's not clear if the killings are connected with the secessionist rebellion taking place in this anglophone area of northwest cameroon meanwhile the government says it will investigate claims of another atrocity amnesty international says it has credible evidence that men seen shooting dead two women and two young children and widely shared video our government soldiers thousands of people in nicaragua i've taken part in a march through the streets of the capital managua demanding the resignation of president daniel ortega similar marches are expected to take place across the country after months of violence in which more than three hundred people have died the us justice department has reopened its investigation into the killing of an african american teenager whose brutal murder in one thousand nine hundred fifty five acted as a catalyst for the civil rights movement emmett till was visiting relatives in mississippi when he was obstructed and killed a white woman had accused him of grabbing her and making sexual remarks last year she admitted lying about the incident two men were acquitted of the murder by jury but later confessed to killing the boy paula johnson is co director of the co case justice initiative at syracuse university and it was a farcical trial when you read the accounts of the trial itself and you also have the interviews that they gave after they were acquitted in which they admitted their own roles in the killing but you also have the accounts of jurors who said that they spent as little time as they did and wanted it to make it seem as though they were at least giving some thought to it but it was never a serious attempt at justice wealth news from the bbc the medical charity doctors without borders has accused the european union of taking a cold blooded decision to let migrants drown in the mediterranean the group said more than six hundred people had perished since italy barred rescue ships last month the french parliament has voted unanimously to scrap the word race in the first article of the french constitution the updated wording guarantees equality before the law for all citizens without distinction by gender origin or religion instead of by origin race over legion the term race was introduced after the second world war as an explicit rebuttal of racist laws implemented under the nazi occupation but correspondent say race is now seen as a concept with no scientific justification scientists have found the source of the particle that so elusive it doesn't interact with normal matter neutrinos are a fundamental particle that make up everything physical these cosmic neutrinos come from a source outside our solar system using a detective is cube buried beneath antarctica it's now been discovered that one type originate from galaxy four billion.

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"julie candler" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"julie candler" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Money on hello i'm julie candler with the bbc news there's relief and joy in thailand following the rescue of twelve boys and their football coach who'd been trapped in a flooded cave system for more than two weeks suty somatic one of the rock climbers who was involved in the rescue operation the most happy that the first time we heard that the voice we filed without him groups so that the most happy that we already had an accident the time now everyone is leave the cave there were cheers as ambulances ferrying the final four youngsters in the trainer arrived at hospital don johnson said the cave entrance relief has washed across the crowd gathered here by the cave entrance the stress that's built up over these two weeks as we chipped away in last really as the ambulances have left here carrying the boys and then their coach of the hospital to begin their recovery it's the best outcome anyone could have hoped for and it's an incredible achievement this look like such a difficult and daring rescue operation every option had so many downsides so much danger associated with it and rejoicing in the fact that they have safe thirteen lives president trump is on his way to brussels for nato summit that he predicted could be harder than his meeting with the russian leader vladimir putin in finland next monday before boarding air force one mr trump said president putin was a competitor but he couldn't say whether he was a friend or enemy he also said it was very unfair that the us was paying many times more than any other country to protect europe the european council president donald tusk hit back urging america to appreciate its allies as it didn't have that many the united nations says south sudanese government forces and their allies killed hundreds of civilians in april and may this year in a report the un says at least two hundred thirty two civilians many of them women and children were killed in acts which unlikely warcrimes imaging folks reports from geneva the un investigation contains horrific evidence the elderly the disabled and children burned alive in their homes or hung from trees weenen in girls gang raped and then killed or abducted the un says south sudanese forces appear to have operated a scorched earth policy towards opposition held villages the union investigators say those responsible including senior military commanders must be brought to justice doctors treating a man who was poisoned in southern england by nova choke nerve agent ten days ago say has regained consciousness statement from seoul's we district hospital said they'd been a small but significant improvement in the condition of charlie rowley which would still critical but stable his partner dawn sturgis died on monday well news from the bbc the government in the chinese city of shanghai says it has reached an agreement with the us electric car maker tesla to build a factory there that could produce half a million cars a year this would test as biggest foreign deal yet and would help it expand into global markets correspondent save the agreement could be useful if the sino us trade war intensifies and israeli organization says it plans to send a spacecraft to the moon in what will be the first privately funded lunar landing the unmanned israeli craft will be launched in december and shoot land two months later on johnston reports up to now all missions to the moon carried out by the us russia and china have been government sponsored but this project is being funded by israeli billionaire he's providing the necessary ninety five million dollars the program aims to show the world it's possible to go to the moon comparatively reasonable cost for the project will also be a source of much israeli pride the spacecraft will plan the national flag on the lunar surface then go to work sending back research data crowds gathering in saint petersburg for the world cup semi final between france and belgium both were among the pretournament favourites france a former world champions while the belgian team considered a golden generation whoever wins will face either croatia or england who play in the other semi final on wednesday auctioners in london have sold the original map of winnie the pooh hundred acre wood for five hundred seventy thousand dollars a record for any book illustration at auction the sketch by e h shepard from nineteen twenty six introduced readers to the world of christopher robin and his woodland friends in the.

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"julie candler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"julie candler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello i'm julie candler with the bbc news the european commission of migration has called on member states not to abandon their principles on human rights as they seek to overcome serious divisions about tackling illegal immigration dmitri's adamo police said the commission was exploring ways to create refugee and migrant processing centres outside the eu but added that it did not want these to be what he called guantanamo bay for migrants he was speaking in brussels all european migration policy is should continue to be built on european values and principles of solidarity responsibility and respect of human beings we can develop new means or methods drug versus the migratory challenges but we should note turn our back on our principles the italian government has accused of vessel operated by german charity of breaking international law while rescuing migrants the transport minister accused those on the ship of operating in libyan waters and not cooperating with the libyan coast guard he said it had taken on more than two hundred migrants without being able to guarantee their safety britain says the system for allowing e you nationals to stay in the uk after brexit will be as simple as reasonably be expected the home secretary sergey jarvi said the aim would be to make decisions as quickly as possible and that those who've been living in britain for five years or more would get settled status robots reports it's been one of the great uncertainties of brexit what would happen to the more than three and a half million unique living and working in the uk the government minister responsible is now promising a simple online scheme in which the default position will be applicants to be granted the right to stay but given the vast numbers of likely applicants and past failures of britain's immigration system the emphasis will be on the government to deliver ahead of the expected launch if the scheme later this year the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu's wife sarah has been indicted on charges of fraud over the alleged misuse of state funds sebastian asha reports the police investigation into sarah netanyahu been going on for more than a year known in israel as the residents of fair its main focus has been on suspicions that the prime minister's wife charged for state for private meal she ordered worth just under a hundred thousand dollars even though a cook was employed to feed the household indictment alleges that sarah netanyahu acted with a senior official in the prime minister's office to create the impression that there was no cook at the residence for now being seems unlikely to shake the position of benjamin netanyahu who is himself waiting to hear if he is to be charged over bribery in two separate cases world news from the bbc this is wnyc in new york at nine has a new plan to diversify middle schools on the upper west side and in south harlem the plan will give low performing students from poor families priority for twenty five percent of middle school seats in manhattan's district three spectrum news new york one education reporter lindsey crist says this will keep schools from picking and choosing among poorer students who apply if they did that then the better schools in the area would take all of the poor but high performing students leaving the.

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"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bbc news julie candler president trump has caused further doubt on the possibility of a meeting taking place between him and the north korean needed kim jong un on june the twelfth he told reporters there was a substantial chance the plan summit would be delayed if north korea refused to meet certain conditions the head of facebook has tried to convince european parliamentarians that preventing interference democratic elections is one of his company's top priorities but many of the political leaders criticized mark zuckerberg for not answering their questions finance waylon has expelled two top us representatives in the country after the americans criticize the reelection of president nicolas maduro mr madero alleges that the men had been conspiring against his government the us state department rejected the allegations amnesty international has condemned the militant row hinge a group known as our sir for killing hindu civilians during its attacks on security forces in august last year amnesty says at least fifty three civilians were murdered by the militants a rocket has blasted off from vandenberg air force base in california taking into orbit a joint american german mission to weigh the water on earth scientists can use this information to track how water moves between the land and the oceans and to monitor the behavior of the ice sheets this year's man booker international prize for the best novel to be translated into english has been given to the polish writer olga talker joke for his book flights olga taco chook is the first polish author to win the award which she will share with her translator jennifer croft football's world governing body fee for has closed an antidoping investigation into some members of russia's provisional world cup squad less than a month before the country hosts the tournament it said it had not found enough evidence to pursue any case bbc news i'm marco werman and you're with the world we're co production of the.

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"julie candler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"julie candler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Challenging president adwan in turkey and the campaign to put new zealand back on the map literally all of that after the knees hello i'm julie candler with the bbc news the palestinian president mahmoud abbas has apologized after he was accused of making anti semitic remarks in a speech earlier this week had suggested that historic persecution of jews was caused by their conduct not their religion from jerusalem yellen now reports in a long rambling addressed hundreds of palestinian officials on monday the eighty two year old leader asked why over the centuries there had been massacres of jews in europe he then quoted books which he said showed these were caused not by hatred of their religion but by their involvement in banking and money lending israeli officials accused him of grave antisemitism and holocaust denial and international criticism followed in a statement mr bass now says he's sorry to those offended condemns antisemitism and calls the holocaust the most heinous crime in history the nobel prize for literature will not be awarded this year after the organization that selects the recipient got embroiled in a sex scandal the sweet shikata me has been in turmoil over its handling of allegations by eighteen women that they were sexually assaulted by the husband of a board member who ran a project with funding from the academy speaking to reporters one member of the academy the writer anders olsen explained the reasons behind the decision dumpsters for a into dealer we have decided not to wooded price this year and we did that after long and intense discussions we reached the conclusion that the confidence in the academy so low in your world at the moment and that is the deciding reason why we now refrained from awarding the price the chinese president xi jinping has marked the two hundred aniversary of the birth of karl marx praising the communist philosopher has the greatest thinker of modern times mr she urged china's ruling communist party to go back to the roots of marxism mean it was totally correct for history and the people to choose marxism combining the basic principles of marxism with a concrete reality of china and unceasingly promoting the significance and modernization of marxism is totally correct communist party members need to adopt the reading of marxist works and the understanding of marxist theories as a way of life and as a spiritual pursuit jeanjean turkey's main opposition party the.

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Palestinian president apologizes over anti-Semitic remarks

02:29 min | 3 years ago

Palestinian president apologizes over anti-Semitic remarks

"Challenging president adwan in turkey and the campaign to put new zealand back on the map literally all of that after the knees hello i'm julie candler with the bbc news the palestinian president mahmoud abbas has apologized after he was accused of making anti semitic remarks in a speech earlier this week had suggested that historic persecution of jews was caused by their conduct not their religion from jerusalem yellen now reports in a long rambling addressed hundreds of palestinian officials on monday the eighty two year old leader asked why over the centuries there had been massacres of jews in europe he then quoted books which he said showed these were caused not by hatred of their religion but by their involvement in banking and money lending israeli officials accused him of grave antisemitism and holocaust denial and international criticism followed in a statement mr bass now says he's sorry to those offended condemns antisemitism and calls the holocaust the most heinous crime in history the nobel prize for literature will not be awarded this year after the organization that selects the recipient got embroiled in a sex scandal the sweet shikata me has been in turmoil over its handling of allegations by eighteen women that they were sexually assaulted by the husband of a board member who ran a project with funding from the academy speaking to reporters one member of the academy the writer anders olsen explained the reasons behind the decision dumpsters for a into dealer we have decided not to wooded price this year and we did that after long and intense discussions we reached the conclusion that the confidence in the academy so low in your world at the moment and that is the deciding reason why we now refrained from awarding the price the chinese president xi jinping has marked the two hundred aniversary of the birth of karl marx praising the communist philosopher has the greatest thinker of modern times mr she urged china's ruling communist party to go back to the roots of marxism mean it was totally correct for history and the people to choose marxism combining the basic principles of marxism with a concrete reality of china and unceasingly promoting the significance and modernization of marxism is totally correct communist party members need to adopt the reading of marxist works and the understanding of marxist theories as a way of life and as a spiritual pursuit jeanjean turkey's main opposition party the.

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Prime Minister, English Premier League and Us Attorney discussed on

01:57 min | 3 years ago

Prime Minister, English Premier League and Us Attorney discussed on

"Bbc news with julie candler the british political consultancy firm cambridge analysts in medicare which has been embroiled in controversy over the handling of facebook uses data is closing with immediate effect cambridge analytic blamed media coverage and said it was starting bankruptcy proceedings britain's data regulator said criminal investigations into the firm's directors would continue one of donald trump's leading lawyers is standing down ty cobb has been the president main legal representative in dealing with robert mueller's investigation into alleged collusion between the trump election campaign and russia antigovernment protests in armenia have been suspended after the governing party indicated it would be willing to back the opposition leader nicole patchy known as the next prime minister during a vote in parliament next week tens of thousands of his supporters have been out on the streets of the capital the islamic state group said it carried out an attack in the libyan capital tripoli which left twelve people dead militants opened fire on staff in the headquarters of the electoral commission in one of the worst attacks in libya for several years the pentagon says a guantanamo bay detainee has been transferred to saudi arabia it's the first movement out of the facility since president trump took office the united states is sending government lawyers and immigration judges to its border with mexico to deal with what's become known as a migrant caravan the us attorney general jeff sessions said the trump administration would not allow the country to be overwhelmed by illegal immigrants in footfall liverpool have reached the final of the champions league following victory over roma in the italian capital the english premier league side lost four two in the second leg of their semifinal but progressed by seven goals to six on aggregate though matriarch.

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"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm marco werman nicaragua's government use lethal force to put down protests over changes to social security now the protests are turning into something bigger what feels really different is how many different kinds of people have joined it out of the protests in nicaragua started and where they're headed that's up next here on the world bbc news with julie candler canadian police have said that nine people were killed when a man apparently drove a van onto a pavement in toronto sixteen people were injured five said to be in a critical condition one witness said the van had been traveling at high speed the suspected to drive was arrested the police have appealed for witnesses to come forward there have been scenes of jubilation on the streets of the armenian capital yerevan after the resignation of the prime minister search saugus yon announced he was standing down after eleven days of protests against his decision to become prime minister having already completed the maximum two terms as president the leader of an armed rebellion in northern yemen has promised to avenge the killing of one of the most senior figures in his movement abdul malik who blamed u s and saudi forces for the death of solid l salma who was the political chief of the who the rebels people who arrived in britain from the caribbean after the second world war and their children ought to be crafted british citizenship if they wanted the government has been widely criticised offer to merge that many of the socalled windros generation will being deprived of full citizenship rights president of micron of france has arrived at the white house at the start of a three day state visit to the united states he's taken a gift of an oak sapling from forest in northern france where nine thousand americans died in a battle during the first world war police in nashville tennessee say they've arrested the man suspected of entering a waffle house restaurant and shooting dead four people travis ryan king fled the scene after his gun was wrested from him by customer prince william and his wife the duchess of cambridge have left the hospital in london where earlier today she gave birth to their third child the baby boy is fifth in line to the throne bbc news support for the world comes from babbel offering a language program that uses interactive dialogue and speech recognition technology to teach a new language like spanish french or italian babble is available.

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"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"julie candler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hello i'm julie candler with the bbc news south africa's president cyril ramaphosa has led tributes to the prominent antiapartheid campaigner winnie mandela he's died at the age of eightyone he spoke to a large crowd gathered outside mrs mandela's home in soweto raelians us grew up watching how she was conducting herself as she resistance the worst terrible from there milton nkosi reports from outside the house not just famous married to nelson mandela she was an anti apartheid activists in her own right she fought for women's rights she's one of the best black social workers and qualified here in south africa so you can tell just story that banning desire from deep within to help without them there's always been politics all source of reputation was irreparably damaged when she endorsed the killing of alleged informers the nobel peace prize winner archbishop desmond tutu said he was inspired by winnie mandela's courageous defiance the chairman of the governing anc grady montage said mrs mandela had shown her people what was right her family described her as an icon of the struggle against white rule there have been significant falls on us stock markets partly fuelled by fears of a trade war with china at one point the dow jones index was down by more than three percent but it later recovered and ended just under two percent lower the white house has responded to china's new tariffs on american goods saying beijing should not target what it calls fairly traded us exports is how economics correspondent andrew walker concerns about international trade tensions in how exporting companies might be affected by new barriers to commerce have contributed to the falls in us share prices but there are also worries about the technology sector president trump once again attacked the online retailer amazon over its tax payments and its impact on high street stores tesla the electric car maker also fell sharply.

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Russian exile found dead in London amid ex-spy poisoning probe

Letters and Politics

02:21 min | 3 years ago

Russian exile found dead in London amid ex-spy poisoning probe

"Hello i'm julie candler with the bbc news president trump has sacked his secretary of state rex tillerson replacing him with the cia director mike pompeo mr trump told reporters he disagreed with mr tillerson on a number of subjects whereas he and mr pompeo as had as he put it a very similar thought processes from washington here's garret donahue in a statement the white house said president trump thought it was the right time for the transition ahead of the upcoming north korea talks and various trade negotiations and speaking on the south lawn the president said he'd also disagreed with his secretary of state over iran a separate statement from the under secretary steve goldstein on behalf of mr tillerson said he had every intention of staying mister gold scene has also now been sacked mr tillerson's departure has been long predicted ever since he refused to deny directly he'd called the president a more on president trump has said he will condemn russia or whoever carried out the poison attack on the russian double agent surrogates powell if he agrees with britain's findings britain says a russian nerve agent was used in the incident and is considering a range of responses mr trump said he would discuss the findings with the british prime minister theresa may today i don't know if they'd come to a conclusion sounds to me like they believe it was russia and i would certainly take that finding his facts as soon as we get the facts straight if we agree with them we will condemn russia or whoever it may be brushing exxon who was close friends with boris berezovsky the late early clark and critic of putin is reported to have been found dead at his home in britain police say they're treating the death of a man in his sixties in london believed to be nikolai glushkov as unexplained repetitive mike saunders reports the reported death of nikolai jewish cough at the age of sixty eight is bound to raise suspicions britain is a buzz with the attack on the former double agent sergei script paul and his daughter yulia mr bruce call had been given political asylum in britain is friend alex goldfarb told the bbc the moscow perceived him as one who goes away mr gurshkov did not keep a low profile challenging british coroners addicted his friend boris berezovsky hanged himself the british home secretary amber rod has ordered a review of.

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