35 Burst results for "June 2019"

Hong Kong Arrests Jimmy Lai, Media Mogul, Under National Security Law

3 Dimensional Wealth Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Hong Kong Arrests Jimmy Lai, Media Mogul, Under National Security Law

"Its influence the communist government in Beijing clamping down on freedom in many forms, including religion, but also politics. Hong Kong pro democracy activist and media tycoon Jimmy Lai now under arrest again, Hong Kong media reports lie is being charged on suspicion of colluding with foreign forces and endangering national security as authorities step up a crackdown on descent. He's the most high profile person. Out of more than two dozen charged under a sweeping law passed in June by Beijing. Responding to the Hong Kong protests that began in June, 2019 over proposed extradition law lie had discussed that law with Vice President Pence and Secretary of State Pompeii last year on a trip to the U. S. He's also endured three other arrests this past year, including taking part in what was termed an unauthorized vigil marking the anniversary of the June 1989 Tiananmen Square protests. George Burns on the reporting.

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Melania Trump stays off campaign trail, citing lingering cough

Terry Meiners and Company

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Melania Trump stays off campaign trail, citing lingering cough

"Tonight on the campaign trail, but she is staying in Washington. ABC is Karen Travers explains First Lady Melania Trump will no longer traveled to Pennsylvania tonight to participate in the campaign rally with President Trump, her spokesperson said in a statement that well, Mrs Trump continues to feel better every day after her recovery from Kobe 19. She has a lingering cough. So out of an abundance of caution. She will not travel. This would've been the first lady's first public appearance since her coded 19 diagnosis and her first campaign rally since June. 2019 Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington

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US Economy Faces Long Recovery From Coronavirus Effects

Politics and Public Policy Today

03:14 min | 2 years ago

US Economy Faces Long Recovery From Coronavirus Effects

"Economy continues to recover from the challenges posed by covert 19 for the second month in a row. The jobs report vastly exceeded forecasts with a record of nearly five million jobs. This brings the two month gain to approximately eight million jobs. Well, unemployment rate is still historically high. We're seeing additional signs in conditions of improvement. The blue chip report is forecasting that our GDP will grow by 18% in the third quarter. The U. S Chamber of Commerce reports that 79% of small businesses are at least partially open. And half the remaining businesses will open soon. Retail sales rose by 18% in May and by 7.5% in June. But let me point out June was actually 1.1% higher than the same June 2019. This is a result of all of our programs working with Congress. Investors and businesses have historically high caste positions and are beginning to put them back to work. We're in a strong position to recover because the Trump Administration worked with Congress to pass legislation on an overwhelmingly bipartisan basis and provide liquidity to workers and markets and record time. In particular, the PPP is keeping tens of millions of employees in their jobs. Economic impact payments are helping millions of families. We're monitoring economic conditions closely certain industries such as construction and rework recovering quickly, while retail and travel are facing longer term prospects were sensitive to the fact that certain areas of the country are experiencing increased numbers of cases. The task force working with state and local officials is helping to ensure that people can work safely. In this environment. We look forward to continued conversations with this committee and other members of Congress to address these critical issues. Turning to the PPP, The espa and Treasury worked together to launch this unprecedented time We approved over five million loans for 517 billion to support the employment of over 50 million jobs. This is truly an extraordinary achievement, and we're pleased that the loans were broadly distributed. And made a cross diverse areas of the economy, with 27% of the fund's going to low and moderate income communities, which is consistent with the proportion of the percentage of the population as you might expect, with a program of this magnitude executed on a national scale rapidly, we initially experienced some complications. We resolved them quickly to implement the program. Our team's work with members of Congress on a bipartisan basis to issue rules and guidance to provide clarity by standing up the program quickly, we were able to support tens of millions of jobs. We have worked closely with members of Congress in both parties to pass three subsequent pieces of critical legislation. We also reached a second round of funding for over $300 billion. I look forward to these continued bipartisan efforts a next phase Relief should extend the PPP but on a more targeted basis for smaller companies and those that are especially hard head such as restaurants, hotels and other travel in hospitality business.

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"june 2019" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"They're all the novices you probably only know how to buy low sell high or, or how to make money when markets go up. Congratulations, I throw a. Two board flip a coin pick. The name of a stock or company as something I pick is going to go up over time. This is not making money consistently listeners. I don't care if you did great in the nineties, and he got wiped out in two thousand are you did great in the markets, three oh, four zero five six and then he got wiped out in two thousand eight as they've lake you know, I had a great year, you know, last year buddy I got really hammered in November sever from everyone. And that's because you only know what to do in markets go up. So markets go up markets go down markets, go sideways. He only had to make money when markets are going up Eka private money amount of third of the time. If you're only making money, third of the time, what are you doing the rest of the two-thirds at the time? Well, you're the losing money or you're sitting on the sidelines or, you know, you're breaking even break even you lose time. And you lose opportunity costs. So it's critical out there listeners, it's critical that if you have money in the markets, whether it's trading house retirement account. Counts. You know what to do it up. Markets down markets sideways markets, and that's the first thing I asked when someone comes in here. There's a Blake, you know, blah, blah, blah, you know, I've been trading twenty years, you know, I never tire account. I'd love to lie. I watched CNBC all day, okay? So do you know how to make money in downward markets? No, do you know how to make money and sideways markets. No. So you sound like everyone else, who's lacking, the education, and you're just hoping and praying the markets go up forever. And guess what listeners it doesn't happen. Nothing goes up forever. You need to have a plan for how to time the markets and no one to be, you know, long, but basis or long bias and you wanna make money when it's going up or a short side basis wanting the markets go down or, or even how to make money inside these markets. But for those of you out there, who you know, you're, you're not consistently making money in your retirement account rating accounts, yet, don't understand market, timing, what Wall Street's really doing to make money day in and day out. Give us a call right now. Now I'm gonna give away thirty passes for a half day class on market timing. If you're interested in short term income this classes for you, if you're.

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"june 2019" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Then you're losing in the stock, which is a pretty cool thing to do. It's insurance Kelly from Reynolds of nother way to do. It is shorting when you look at some of these markets go back to pulse in two thousand eight they made a movie out of them. He made a lot of money on the downside, while people are losing their homes, while people's accounts are going from say, one hundred thousand fifty thousand from a million to half a million ten million five million. They're waking up nights, sweating going. What are we going to do tomorrow, because we can't sleep. Our money is just vapid. Well, didn't evaporate it just went from somebody, your pocket to somebody who knew what they were doing pocket. Right. Listeners that money doesn't disappear when you lose it goes to someone else's account, you know, in two thousand sixty thousand seven when you're win the markets are up in your excited. You know, someone was selling that to you, and then in two thousand eight you've got wiped out, and they made a fortune. And the question is what? What do they know that? You don't know what do they have that? You don't have. Well, they have a plan. They have rules have strategies and mows importantly, they know what to do in the markets go down and how to make money from it down markets, go up markets go down markets go sideways, think of it as a business if you only make money markets. It's about a third of the time doesn't sound like a good business. What did you make money downward markets up markets, our markets? All right here at sixty six. What if you're about what if you could make money inside was markets? Well, you could make money practically all the time. And that's what Wall Street's doing. You know, think about like listeners when the government shutdown a couple months ago did Wall Street shut down. No move into war with Iraq or Syria. Did Wall Street down? No, we, we went to trade wars with China did Wall Street shut down. No Wall Street's always making money. The markets are moving up down or sideways, regardless of what you hear on the news. The markets are moving and. If you understand market timing, you know, you make a fortune from this, just like Wall Street does. And if you wanna learn more about what to do in dour markets. If you're concerned about retirement, if you're concerned about the next market crash of the markets, collapsing at some point in time, you know you better learn what to do before it happens, or you're gonna be too late. So what I'm gonna do right now is I'm gonna give away twenty five passes for a half day class on portfolio protection and how to make money in downward markets. If this is something that you could help you get through time and help you reach your financial goals gives the call right now he received two passes for both unit guest.

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Early humans may have shared Europe with a giant bird

This Week in Science

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Early humans may have shared Europe with a giant bird

"This is a discovery net Crimean cave, which is that little regionally the north of the waxy? This is suggesting that early Europeans lived alongside some of the largest birds ever to exist. This research is published in the journal of vertebrate, paleontology previously thought that such gigantism birds was limited to islands, Madagascar, New Zealand ustralia. We have now have newly discovered specimen in this cave in northern coast of Black Sea. It is a bird is giant as the elephant bird. Ceiling moa and maybe source of meat bones feathers eggs that sort of thing for early humans in the region, quote voice from doctor, Nikitas Lenka, Russian Academy of sciences. When I first felt the weights of the bird, whose thighbone I was holding in my hand. I thought it must be mad Aghassi elephant bird Foucault 'cause no birds of the size of ever been reported from Europe. However, the structure of the bone unexpectedly told a different story. We don't have yet enough data to say, whether it was most closely Raila to ostriches or other birds, but we estimate, it weighed four hundred fifty kilograms, which if you're not familiar with kilograms as a metric for hundred and fifty kilograms is approximately the equivalent of four hundred fifty thousand grams or nine hundred ninety two pounds or that. That's big. That's really big formula.

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News in Brief 27 June 2019

UN News

02:41 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 27 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. They disturbing image of a drowned Central American migrant father and his toddler daughter photographed face down in the Rio Grande river, on the Mexico US border continues to evoke, strong reactions, the latest from UN children's fund chief Henrietta four. In a statement, miss four described the scene as heartbreaking before, peeling to all countries in the region to damore to protect vulnerable migrants. In particular, she spotlighted the Dr government border shelter facilities on the US Mexican border saying they cause lasting harm to youngsters in need of help, the UNICEF executive directors comments follow the resignation of the acting, head of the US border protection agency earlier this week amid reports that micro children, lacked, basic necessities, including soap at a center in Texas. It's hard to fathom this happening in a country with such a rich history as a champion for children in need around the world, miss four said, particularly for those that rooted from their homes and communities by cry. To Geneva, where you an appointed independent rights experts have called on Mexican authorities to free two men who've been held in pretrial detention for well over a decade and allegedly tortured. The appeal from the working group on arbitrary detention is for the unconditional release of Daniel Garcia, a former public official and raise Alpa a trade union advisor, they were denied a fair trial after being detained without an arrest warrant, according to the UN panel, which said that there was no evidence that reports of torture involving electric shocks burns and injections had been investigated. Thursday statement by the working group follows official communications to the government of Mexico in two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen and finally a disease, that's responsible for causing blindness in millions of people trachoma has moved a step closer to elimination the World, Health Organization, or WHO said on Thursday, the bacterial infection is present in forty four countries and can be. Painful and debilitating in its later stages often affecting the most disadvantaged people worldwide latest data from WHO shows that the number of people at risk from Tacoma has fallen from one point five billion in two thousand and two to just over at one hundred and forty two million in two thousand nineteen Ninety-one percent reduction, this has been made possible by sustained and generous donations of antibiotics from health partners, according to WHO, which has praised the efforts of hundreds of thousands of frontline workers and volunteers, who braved the weather bad roads insecurity, and yet, deliver treatment to mostly rural communities. Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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News in Brief 26 June 2019

UN News

04:09 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 26 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, the drowning of father and his toddler daughter in the Rio Grande is a heartbreaking, and preventable tragedy that countries should do all in their power to prevent happening in the future, the head of the UN refugee agency, UNHCR said on Wednesday, Philippa grandees comments about Oscar Ramirez, and his twenty three month old daughter, Valeria, followed the publication of a photograph showing them lying face down in the shallows of the river, that separates Mexico from the United States. They had come from El Salvador, and according to reports were carried away by strong currents in the fast flowing river on Sunday. In a statement, High Commissioner Grandy said that their deaths represented a failure to address the violence and desperation that pushes people to take dangerous journeys in search of a life of safety and dignity, a lack of safe pathways for migrants forces them to risk their lives. He said before adding that UNHCR has suggested ways that the United States can improve and strength. And processing of asylum seekers including conditions in detention calling once more for an international criminal probe into the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, special reporter, and yes, Calamar told members of the global community, the United Nations included that they should do more to protect human rights defenders and dissidents, presenting her report into the Saudi dissident's killing last October. In an stumble, the UN appointed independent rights expert told the Human Rights Council in Geneva, that there was credible evidence, supporting an additional investigation into the ball of high officials in the kingdom, including crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, the evidence gathered by inquiry suggest that the killing of Mr. cash Shoghi constituted, an extra judicial 'execution and enforced disappearance and possibly an act of torture, for which the state of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia is responsible. There are numero series as to the sickle stances of Mr. cashew is dead. Breath, but known leads other than to the responsibility of the state highlighting that Mr. castle. Jeez. Premeditated execution reflected, an increasing global phenomenon these special reporter insisted that if the international community ignored this, fundamental rights abuse. It risked threatening all other human rights perogatives in response to her claims. Abdelaziz Alessio Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the UN in Geneva said that she had not acted within the terms of her mandate, and neither Hatschi carried out her work professionally, and finally opioids which include both heroin and legal pain relievers were responsible for around two thirds of drug related deaths in two thousand seventeen and new U N report showed on Wednesday, the number of global opioid users contained within the world drug report. Some five hundred eighty five thousand people is more than double the previous estimate the study from the UN office on drugs and crime or unco DC also shows. Is that the negative health consequences associated with drugs? I'm more severe and widespread than previously thought with around thirty five million people. Suffering from drug use disorders and requiring treatment services of eleven million people who injected drugs in two thousand seventeen one point four million live with HIV and five point six million have hepatitis C. The overall figure for drug use in two thousand seventeen is an estimated two hundred seventy one million people. That's thirty percent higher than in two thousand and nine. This is partly attributed to a ten percent increase in the global population age fifteen to sixty four but also increased opioid use in Africa Asia Europe and North America as well as high cannabis consumption in north and South America and Asia, the manufacturer of cocaine reached an all time high in two thousand seventeen with an estimated production of two thousand tonnes in two thousand seventeen up by a quarter on the previous year at the same time. Seizures of cocaine rose thirty percent to one. Thousand two hundred seventy five tonnes another record figure. Daniel Johnson, U N news.

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"june 2019" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:05 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"First news continues on his twenty six th day of june af en sports and the yankees continue to set home run records speaking of baseball vanderbilt stretches the college world series to its limit we're going to have a third and final game let's bring in our regular guest don and galen quickey join me monday wednesday friday here on a._f._n. good morning gentlemen good morning mad yeah andy forced the game three tonight at omaha with a four two one win over the surprise team of the tournament michigan houma rocker pitching another standout game for vanderbilt michigan the cinderella team of this tournament they lost the ending player last eye with a leg injury their leadoff hitter in d. h. jordan in wool quadricep injury it's unlikely he'll play tonight up to big loss for the wolverine yeah as you mentioned game three tonight in omaha you mentioned michigan being the surprised that the cinderella team of this whole series what sticks out to you don in why they've been successful i would say top to bottom very good very good baseball you know they've been good throughout this could be a very very tough game for them to win no tonight why are the yankees okay well why are the yankees why do they keep hitting home runs i mean good god i remember the beginning of the season guys we were just talking about injuries well the yankees they need more pitching homerun derby gangqi last night limit you let off the yankee half of the first home run net makes a major league record twenty eighth straight games the yankees have hit at least a one home run in the twentieth games they've had fourteen mobile home run game if four homers last night four to three win over toronto and fourteen different yankees mad at hit home runs during this streak so thing is there twenty three games over five hundred and they're five games up on pampa bay yeah last ten they're eight and one ten game homestand wraps up wednesday well what about jean carlos stanton he left in the fourth he's scheduled for an m._r._i. after a bruising his right knee in that collision that i mean as i mentioned earlier we talk about injuries that that's a big one though if this is a problem it looks like it might not be well they're hoping that you know he was out for multiple leaks bicep injury and now he looks like he's the man that could be back on the list oh he's very fragile these guys twenty five million dollar year player got seven avi is in just four games back but right now they don't know you'd be m._r._i. today guys i want to get back to college here in a minute we'll talk about yukon expected to go back to the big east but i want to get into some some n._b._a. rumors and even some wards genus won the m._v._p. award easily that touching speech in which he mentioned his family what about the others though i mean you could make an argument for james harden some people call them a ball hog but when you have that many points that many wins and the ball goes into your hands that many times Can she make an argument? could mean listen to important one is last year's i think a lot of the journalists who vote kind of use that as a way let's give us a chance here in the small market of a walkie but the one thing janas has over hard and i mean let's get one thing straight about almost thirty seven points a game lead here that's like michael jordan did once or twice is a two way player that he'll one defensive player of the year to rudy gobert took home those honors janas finished in the top three in that and you gotta remember the bugs had the best regular season in the n._b._a. this year the best record so that's why you honest received seventy eight of the eighty votes for m._v._p. yeah pascal Most improved player. That's that's well deserved. serves more than that i mean he quickly became the rector second-best player behind colli of course this is a great story on house the grew up in cameroon africa same places where joel embiid is from in fact that but he six foot ninety can play all five positions on the court and he has the greatest motor the raptors g._m. jiri has ever seen he can run all they met he'd never gets tired look for him to be an all star next year i mean this guy is rising fast we talked about james harden we know that chris paul wants out in fact they're having a fire sale they'll there jimmy butler is he going to houston is crazy but their new owner of the rockets i don't think he understands this salary cap much i mean the rockets don't have the money to side jimmy butler they want him badly and they're trying to orchestrate a and trade deal with the sixers which will be very complicated but the rockets don't have any salary cats based so they have to get the sixers to do some sort of three way trade and it's not going to be easy and plus if bother stays with the sixers met he he makes fifty million dollars more spain with the sixers as opposed to leaving all right yukon is expected to move back to the big east guys why why the move back to the big east and what do you do with the football team they don't have football in the big east break it down like this like you said they're expected to leave the american athletic conference six years in that and they want to rejoin the big east and they've free major programs that yukon yukon's women's we all know about that and other great they went unchallenged in six years in the a._f._c. winning going one hundred twenty zero in league play winning every game by like fifty points it seemed it was a joke but they're so good even if they go to the big east it'll probably be the same results they'll go one hundred twenty over there too so that's not the the issue uconn men's football will suffer the big east doesn't support football as we all know so you have to go the independent route which means no conference revenue in notifying ballgame tie it's and the other thing is the af is pretty good in football teams like houston u._c._f. and navy but uconn couldn't win there and they were not drawing fans but i think the biggest reason for the move that is uconn men's hoop i mean after decades of biggie success for the huskies with great biggies right rivalries against teams like georgetown novo providence saint john's now i mean the big east tournament loves you back yeah thousands of fans they packed the garden in in widen it really work out wise men's hoops struggling the location and geography thing that the af has no regional draw their teams are from all over the united states you got houston charlotte u._c._f. tulsa oklahoma to lane in new orleans and this hurt recruiting it has no regional identity if they get back in the big east this puts them back in the met for recruiting the rich towns of the northeast guys california lawmakers are debating whether to let student athletes sign endorsement deals and higher agents paving the way basically for private sponsorships is this a good idea well i that get out of hand you know wants to lit up that back knows what's going to happen the n._c._a._a. is plotted for years simply because it's an unbalanced plainfield recruit some guy you know say we got a statewide car dealer wants to pay five whatever via spokesman i think the n._c._a._a. is strongly opposed it so you're saying a guy that you know driving a mercedes to practice versus the kid who Has to ride his bike that, that wouldn't be cool. another fighting but you know this in a long time move to get the players paid might be all ready done people with you but i think the whole thing is a mess really they can't come to any kind of consensus on this well we'll keep an eye on what california decides we'll check back in with you on friday guys thanks so much all.

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News in Brief 25 June 2019

UN News

03:25 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 25 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. So they 'Lance technology should be banned. Immediately until effective, national or international controls put in place, a u n appointed independent rights expert said, on Tuesday, David Kay, who's the United Nations special rapporteur, on freedom of opinion and expression made the appeal as he prepared to present. His latest report to the Human Rights Council in Geneva, he highlighted that, while states were largely responsible companies appear to be operating without constraint to in a private surveillance industry free for all, according to the special reporter surveillance tools can interfere with human rights from the right to privacy and freedom of expression to rights of association and assembly, religious belief nondiscrimination and public participation. But they are not subject to any effective global, or national control. He said among these special reporters recommendations is an appeal to states to adopt domestic safeguards to protect individuals from UNLV. Awful surveillance in line with international human rights law nearly twenty thousand people have been rescued from the desert in Asia since 2016, after trying to reach North Africa and being abandoned by traffickers. The UN migration agency IOM said, on Tuesday, ten days ago, IOM found more than four hundred migrants in the tenor, a desert in south central Sahara, among them. Seven women and four children in Geneva spokesperson, Joel millman said that, although the migrant roots were not a secret, it was extremely difficult for rescuers to find the migrants whose trucks often breakdown or who are simply abandoned. We know that probably thousands of victims. There remains aren't even evident anymore because they're covered by sand or consumed by animals. We can only rely on luck I would say mostly in the ability to get resources. Marshalled sometimes local authorities can be very helpful. Sometimes resources are really stretched. So it's a big region. And we do our best with the knowledge we get on any given. Any given month in the latest rescue mission. Mr. millman said that migrants had come from fourteen west African countries mainly Guinea, Mali, and Cote d'ivoire of all of those rescued ninety eight percent opted for voluntary return to their countries of origin. He noted and finally to India, where the World Food Program or WFP has warned that despite progress in combating malnutrition, more than three and ten children are stunted in much of the country, according to WFP large numbers of India's at one point three billion, people do not get enough vitamin A on and IRA. Dean, especially women and children prolonged periods without an adequate diet can have an irreversible impact on a child's physical growth and brain development. The agency says this is despite the fact that India is self sufficient in food, grain production, and has seen a large increase in rice, wheat and cereal harvesting in a report published jointly by WFP and the Indian government. Assessing the country's progress towards achieving zero hunger by twenty thirty in notes that in the last decade. The body mass of Indian women and men, dropped by ten percent and fourteen percent respectively, while stunting has declined by one fifth in India in the last decade. It still seeing the slowest rate of decline of other emerging economies and most countries in Asia WFP, says Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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"june 2019" Discussed on What's on in Uxbridge

What's on in Uxbridge

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on What's on in Uxbridge

"Rage update on bridge FM and a warm welcome to this week's Oxbridge update covering what's going on around expressed this week? The forecast is looking pretty hot for the weekend. So let's enjoy those outdoor events this week. First off, though, we're indoors prosciutto theater company. Present the thrill of love and the compass the at of from Wednesday twenty six through to Saturday. Twenty-ninth Ruth Ellis was the last woman to be hanged in Britain after murdering how lava the play explores details off her story that eventually led to the abolition of the death penalty. Now how about a nice evening of folk music the monthly Oxbridge folk club takes place on Thursday. The twenty seventh his pizza slave, it who runs the night. Coming up this Thursday at Oxbridge folk club. We have three acts for the price of one. We start with talented. Craig join up..

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News in Brief 24 June 2019

UN News

03:18 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 24 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, thousands of suspected foreign Aycell terrorist fighters and their families being held in detention in Syria. Iraq must be treated fairly by their captors and taken back by their home countries, that's according to you in High Commissioner for human rights. Michelle Basch Alette opening the latest session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva on Monday. She said that more than fifty five thousand men, women and children, have been rounded up since the fall of the self-styled caliphate, in the spring, while most of these individuals are Syrian or Iraqi she pointed out that they also include alleged foreign fighters from nearly fifty countries. She noted that at least eleven thousand suspected family members are still being held in northeastern series. I'll hold camp in what she called deeply substandard conditions citing estimates by the UN children's fund UNICEF. The High Commissioner explained that there are twenty nine thousand children of foreign fighters in Syria. Two thirds of whom originally came from Iraq, mostly under the age of twelve also on Monday, the UN refugee agency, UNHCR announced that on seventeen and eighteen December. It will be hosting the first ever global refugee forum in Geneva with tens of millions of people affected by war conflict and persecution, the form will provide an opportunity for countries to take stock of the situation today and strengthen the international response, you and High Commissioner for refugees Filippo Grandi, said that refugees situations, send ripples across entire regions, and beyond pointing out the dealing with displacement challenges. Cannot be done alone and requires a United vision among countries coupled with concrete action. This is the goal of the global compact on refugees. And it is what we will be working towards during the form, he spelled out, UN secretary, General Antonio Gutierrez is expected to attend the event, which will be held at the ministerial level and among other things focus on burden and responsibility sharing education livelihood and protection on Sunday. You and food and agriculture agency FAO elected shudong. Ooh. China's agricultural deputy minister to take the reins on one August having received a total of one hundred eight votes out of one hundred ninety one cast FAO's, one hundred ninety four member countries chose mister chew during its forty first annual conference. In Rome, the new FAO chief, who was born in nineteen sixty three is the first person from a communist country to hold the top job and the ninth director, general since the organization was founded in nineteen forty five current chief Jose. Graziano. A silver from Brazil will complete his four year term on thirty one July, as China's vice minister for agriculture, Mr. chew worked on several rural development projects all over the world during which time he was in close contact with many UN countries lists Kapiti UN news.

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Hong Kong, Kong And China discussed on The Red Pill Report

The Red Pill Report

01:12 min | 3 years ago

Hong Kong, Kong And China discussed on The Red Pill Report

"Kong protests, how Hella new niche of the law became an unofficial anthem. Christian groups have played a significant role in the Hong Kong protests for the past two weeks. Christian him a Christian him has been cropping up in an unlikely place. The protests that have drawn millions of people onto the streets of Hong Kong highly loonier to the Nord has become an unofficial anthem of crowds protesting against the controversial proposed law. Little people accused of crimes in China to be extradited to the mainland for Christians in Hong Kong. The him is a sign of faith, but also of that concern that is not only political, but also religious issues that are stake should the Bill, ever pass on this should remind us that until very recently the church in the west has been one of the most powerful moves in social reform. The abolition of slavery or the education children, or whatever it might. Bay. The church is being one of the most powerful movers for social reform for goods

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"june 2019" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

The Red Pill Report

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

"This case rainiest I said, how many people are going to be killed Sarah like to get back to you in that great people, these generals, they said kickbacks at sir approximately one hundred fifty and I thought about it for a second. I said, you know what they shut down. An unmanned. Drone plane, whatever you wanna call it. And here we are sitting with a hundred fifty dead people that would have taken place, probably within a half an hour after I said, go ahead. And I didn't like it. I didn't think it was, I didn't think it was proportionate got bliss, Trump in these circumstances are believe this still. Being very critical. Trump recently. People accuse me being a Trump supporter, another Trump supporter. I'm less Hillary supporter than the Trump supporter of you know what I mean. I'd rather have Trump and Hillary Clinton in the last election, and certainly Trump, the lady else's coming up at the moment. Anyway, I'm not really a Trump supporter. But in this case, I believe that his humanity and his his non. Washington is aviation is shining through again, he stood against this destruction low the headlines of the bit. I've got hit Trump warns Iran of obliteration in the event of war, now he's a man. Who speaks out loud, big, bold statements? To obliterate Iran, you're probably going to need to go nuclear attacks. And that's probably know what was happening at the moment. But it appears that we came within minutes of possibly being war could even be world will. The US in the Israeli media. In fact, the Israeli government as well. Our cues Trump of cowardice, and of. Flinching say what if you, if you love them to get away with one slide to another will come what insults, another insult will come? And there was the insult of something. And then now the of the tankers, and then this, this shooting down of this, and he's just standing up to me needs to. He needs to blow some people up. Appraise. God, the moment Trump is holding back a bits of written. Hey, it's easy for those who only fight armchair wars, not so good for those who at the other and things now it appears that, that is a big movement behind Trump trying to push him to wall, there's Israel, and there's his door to and Silane low who appear to be pushing for. War with with Iran. Let's listen though to John Bolton. John Bolton is the United States national security adviser ever listened to him talking, not today. Not know this week after the. Drone was shot down. This is in two thousand seventeen first of July two thousand seventeen that's two years ago, two years ago and I'll link to the video. Listen to John Bolton of two years ago, I had said for over ten years since coming to these events, but the declared.

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News in Brief 21 June 2019

UN News

03:55 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 21 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, there will program or WFP confirmed on Friday that it has started a partial suspension of aid to areas of Yemen, controlled by Hootie opposition. Forces spokesperson Irv Eva, who SEL told journalists in Geneva that the agency took the decision after efforts failed to prevent food aid being diverted from those who need it most, as in many areas, some individual seeks to fit from paying on divinity Habil and diverting food away from where it is most needed debris has been seeking the support of the Sanaa-based authorities to introduce biometric 'cause she's stationed system that will prevent diversion and protect the many families we serve, and storing food, which those who need it most. Unfortunately, we are yet to reach agreement. They development means that aid will be cut to the capital Saana, which is. Told by hoochies affecting eight hundred fifty thousand people although missed of a hustle insisted that the agency will maintain nutrition programs for malnourished children pregnant, and nursing mothers in total WFP estimates that nine out of twelve million food, insecure people in Yemen, are in areas controlled by who tease who have been fighting a coalition of international forces backing the government of president at Brabham Mansour Hady for more than four years. According to latest UN figures nearly ten million people are severely food, insecure and do not know whether next meal will come from to the Central African Republic now where WFP has called for help from the international community to stave off severe and acute food shortages after years of ongoing conflict, and mass displacement nearly half the country's people. More than one point eight million are unsure how they are going to feed themselves of that number more than four hundred sixty thousand are expected to face. Emergency food insecurity during the lean season which lasts from may until August among the areas? Worst affected are those hosting hundreds of thousands of people displaced by violence and insecurity. These include Kaga, Bandra, oboe and Zambia, along with three prefecture's and Bomo haute Kotto and oat Emba MU where security conditions remain volatile despite a peace agreement signed in February amid reports of regular attacks by armed groups who did not sign the deal on major supply routes and around major cities. WFP says it needs more than thirty three million dollars to help eight hundred thousand people every month until the end of the year. And finally to DPRK or North Korea where you n appointed independent rights expert, Thomas, or here container has appealed to the state to ease people suffering, speaking at the end of a five day mission, to Seoul in South Korea mister Kintana expressed regret that he did not see any sign of improvement. In the human rights situation of people in DPRK before urging profound legal and institutional reforms citing various sources in new report, the expert spoke of public executions carried out by gunfire after trials between twenty thirteen and twenty seventeen victims faced charges, including murder, and drug dealing. He said in his report while also noting that people continue to live in fear of being sent to political prison camps for watching South Korean soap operas in a statement to the press, Mr Clinton, urged the government of the DPRK to be open about the political camps, which called Quanli. So at the same time, he called on the government of China not to repatriate North Korean escapees asking them to give the primary consideration to what will happen to the escapees if repatriated to North Korea. Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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WHO Director General briefs member states on Ebola in DRC

UN News

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

WHO Director General briefs member states on Ebola in DRC

"The news in brief from the United Nations. The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo DRC will only end in a bipartisan political cooperation and community ownership, that's according to the UN World, Health organizations director, general, Dr tedrick Gabri as he was speaking in Geneva on Thursday, following a visit to DRC where he reviewed the health response and met with leaders from multiple sectors to galvanize their commitments to the fight against Ebola. WHO also said that it's facing a severe funding gap for the response with only forty four million dollars received so far from the total of ninety eight million which is needed

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WFP, South Korea And UN discussed on UN News

UN News

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

WFP, South Korea And UN discussed on UN News

"South Korea has sent a landmark donation of fifty thousand metric tons of rice and four point five million US dollars in cash to support the north. Korean people who've been hit hard by droughts, and poor harvests, the UN World Food, Programme WFP thanked South Korea for its donation on Wednesday and pointed out that the north needs at least three hundred thousand metric tons of food valued at around two hundred seventy five million US dollars to meet the country's humanitarian needs a food security assessment released jointly by the WFP and UN's food, and Agriculture Organization, or FAO in may found that food production in two thousand eighteen had dropped dramatically putting ten point one million people at risk from severe food shortages over the coming months.

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"june 2019" Discussed on What's on in Uxbridge

What's on in Uxbridge

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on What's on in Uxbridge

"Him with psycho training, taster sessions. Celebrate the summer solstice in econom- at Glebe school. From midday till eight pm, they've got live deejays, kids activities, Abbar street food, and more. Bring a blank. Hit and soak up the atmosphere. Is it really the longest day or ready? I v Haith drama club present James and the giant page at IVA Haith new village hall at one pm and six PM on Saturday, twenty second Saturday evening, east coat and rice at choral society. Summit concert is whole northwood hills at seven thirty music from Ballade travelling tales, Bob Chilcott dons his of time and Elga with songs from the Bavarian, highlands, Oxbridge library, continue their season, the events around crime authors with crime and wine at Oxbridge library at seven thirty on Saturday evening, three crime authors, discuss their work Clemson has debut novel, Tony, Kent's on his second novel and Emma. Curtis tells us where the her third novel the. Night, you left has been the hardest. One of all Helling philharmonic have this summer concert on Saturday evening at some marriage church in south rice, lip, they'll be playing music from Mendelssohn tchaykovsky and Elga a Huilan's inox bridge on Saturday night. Lorraina Riley, take the stage from ten pm onto Sunday, twenty third. If you need your car boot sale, fix you're in luck had to the Middlesex show ground just off sway his roundabout set up. There is from seven AM. There's a family guided by grind on Sunday of approximately ten miles to a place of interest, leaving Hilling than sports legislator at one pm and Sunday evening. Ricky per cell can be found at the black bowl in south rice, flip from seven pm. Let's give a mention to a couple of events that are still a few weeks off. Dan Michaels about hospice needs cyclists for their sponsored by grind on June thirtieth in aid of the hospice, and the Hilton race for life is the thirteenth of July a Middlesex show ground. For links and further information on events in the area. Head to experts FM dot co dot UK Ford slash events..

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News in Brief 17 June 2019

UN News

03:27 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 17 June 2019

"This is the news and brief from the United Nations children are dying needlessly every day. And the humanitarian situation in Yemen is dire. The head of the World Food, Programme WFP told the Security Council on Monday, David Beasley said that despite the immense suffering of the twenty million Yemenis who do not have enough to eat the UN agency continues to face fierce resistance to doing its core job, namely, keeping people alive. The World Food Programme his being prevented from feeding the hungriest in Yemen. He asserted explaining that the UN food assistance is being diverted, mostly in areas controlled by who the'rebels at the expense of hungry children women and men, Mr. Beasley said some aid would have to be suspended within days, unless assurances are given to stop the diversions in Yemen. We're fortunate enough to have the money we need. We just don't have the. Access. We don't make this decision lightly. I am begging the who tease and all of those concern to do all within your power to let us do what we do best save lives. You en population report predicts that by the year, twenty fifty there will be some nine point seven billion people living on the planet, and yet, the overall growth rate continues to fall and more and more countries will have to adapt to aging populations the world population prospects twenty nine thousand nine report estimates that over the next thirty years, today's global population of seven point seven billion will increase by two billion, and by the end of the century, the earth will have to sustain some eleven billion people India is set to replace China, as the most populous country and the population in sub Saharan Africa will double, many of the fastest growing populations. In the poorest countries where population growth brings additional challenges said, lucianne men, the UN chief of economic, and social affairs, turning to the effects of climate change in the oceans secretary, General Antonio Gutierrez opened the twenty ninth meeting of the states parties to the UN convention on the law of the sea, with a warning that marine life is not only under unprecedented pressure. But that half of all living coral has been lost in the past one hundred fifty years. He pointed out that conflicting demands from industry, fishing shipping, mining and tourism are creating unsustainable levels of stress on marine and coastal ecosystems in the past four decades plastic pollution in the sea has increased tenfold he said and a third of fish, stocks are now overexploited to address these challenges mister Gutierrez, spelled out that we must act across an array of sectors. And he called the UN law of the sea convention, one of L best tools to do, so on the past quarter, century the convention as the constitution for our oceans, as a chief d- nearly universal acceptance it has given us a comprehensive framework for the peaceful cooperative and sustainable use of seas oceans. And there is sources and it has provided the foundation for the progressive development of the law of the sea.

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News in Brief 17 June 2019

UN News

03:27 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 17 June 2019

"This is the news and brief from the United Nations children are dying needlessly every day. And the humanitarian situation in Yemen is dire. The head of the World Food, Programme WFP told the Security Council on Monday, David Beasley said that despite the immense suffering of the twenty million Yemenis who do not have enough to eat the UN agency continues to face fierce resistance to doing its core job, namely, keeping people alive. The World Food Programme his being prevented from feeding the hungriest in Yemen. He asserted explaining that the UN food assistance is being diverted, mostly in areas controlled by the rebels at the expense of hungry children women and men, Mr. Beasley said some aid would have to be suspended within days unless assurances or given to stop the diversions in Yemen. We're fortunate enough to have the money we need. We just don't have the. Access. We don't make this decision lightly. I am begging the who tease and all of those concern to do all within your power to let us do what we do best save lives, and new UN population report predicts that by the year, twenty fifty there will be some nine point seven billion people living on the planet, and yet, the overall growth rate continues to fall and more and more countries will have to adapt to aging populations the world population prospects. Twenty nine nine report estimates that over the next thirty years, today's global population of seven point seven billion will increase by two billion, and by the end of the century, the earth will have to sustain some eleven billion people India is set to replace China, as the most populous country and the population in sub Saharan Africa will double, many of the fastest growing populations. In the poorest countries where population growth brings additional challenges said Lucia Newman. The UN chief of economic and social affairs turning to the effects of climate change in the oceans secretary, General Antonio Gutierrez opened the twenty ninth meeting of the states parties to the UN convention on the law of the sea, with a warning that marine life is not only under unprecedented pressure. But that half of all living coral has been lost in the past one hundred fifty years. He pointed out that conflicting demands from industry, fishing shipping, mining and tourism are creating unsustainable levels of stress on marine and coastal ecosystems in the past four decades plastic pollution in the sea has increased tenfold he said and a third of fish, stocks are now overexploited to address these challenges mister Gutierrez, spelled out that we must act across an array of sectors. And he called the UN law of the sea convention, one of L best tools to do, so on the past quarter century the convention as the constitution for our oceans, as chief d- nearly universal acceptance it has given us a comprehensive framework for the peaceful cooperative and sustainable use of seas oceans. And there is sources and it has provided the foundation for the progressive development of the law of the sea.

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News in Brief 14 June 2019

UN News

04:09 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 14 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations record numbers in south Sudan, some seven million people face acute food shortages, while more than twenty thousand close to famine the World Food Program or WF, pay said, on Friday, the warning follows years of violent unrest and vicious rights abuses, linked to mass displacement and disease. Outbreaks, here's A WFP spokesperson, Irv Eva, who saw it is. I mean like if you want me, you cannot go it because you can only call that. I mean, if you have a certain number of Katya included, a number of people, and we are not at that number at that level of people to use the word from, we cannot use the word, but the living conditions who are equivalent to a familiar if there was many more of them, according to WF, pay Jonglei, lakes and unity states are particularly at risk. It plans to scale up to five point one million people by December and for the first time in many years, it has delivered. One hundred seventy three thousand tons of food in some sixty areas ahead of the rainy season. That's sixty six thousand tons more than at the same point in two thousand eighteen to Sudan now where amid ongoing uncertainty about events in Khartoum linked to reported attacks on protesters UN humanitarian warned that people in the troubled Darfur region remaining crisis in two thousand and three a civil war led to the deaths of tens if not hundreds of thousands of duffers, and the displacement of nearly two million people. Speaking in Geneva Jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs or officer said, the deadly violence in central dot four and flooding in the north have hampered operations in the vast western region as had the disruption of internet services and phone networks. He confirmed that a team from the United Nations African Union hybrid operation in four known as you name, it had visited allege in central Darfur following ports of clashes while on in, in. Capital cartoon there's of course, still a humanitarian crisis in the four region, which is impacted by what is happening. There was tribal fighting going on unit went there to investigate what has happened and they said yesterday that United verify that seventeen people had been killed fifteen others injured and more than one hundred houses burned as you and agencies respond to ongoing needs. And for Mr. locker said that the organizations at one point two billion dollar pale for Sudan was only twenty two percent funded his comments came as the World Health Organization reported that the officials Sudanese announcement that sixty one people had died in protests in Khartoum from the third, the eleventh of June is likely to be an underestimation, and finally to the UN, weather, and climate agency, WMO which has warned that the latest five g mobile, thank technology, jeopardizes, early warning service. Which protect people from natural disasters such as tropical cyclones in a resolution expressing serious concern at the continuing threat to several radio frequency bands of five G the World Meteorological, organization's executive congress insisted that forecasting and alert services operated by countries had led to a big reduction in loss of life in recent decades has WMO's spokesperson Clare nonetheless, we use these radio frequencies in the metrological community to basically, for weather forecasts, and warnings services this concern that because of growing competition from new technology that these are going to be squeezed out of these frequences. Whether alerts are linked to radio sensors that feed information into forecasting systems to provide more accurate predictions with longer warning times. Experts are concerned that failing to manage unwanted emissions from new, telecommunication technologies would have a significant impact on current weather forecasting practice. Consequently, they say it might reverse many of the gains in our warning services for natural hazards. Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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News in Brief 13 June 2019

UN News

02:58 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 13 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations u n chief Antonio guitarist strongly condemned the latest attacks on oil tankers in one of the world's busiest shipping lanes on Thursday, saying the world cannot afford a major confrontation in the Gulf region. Dozens of crew members were rescued from two oil tankers hit by explosions following on from attacks against four tankers, which were hit off the coast of the United Arab Emirates month ago. According to news reports, Iran said it had rescued sailors from the two vessels and denied having any connection to the incidents no group or nation has claimed any responsibility or involvement in any of the attacks. Speaking at the Security Council meeting on cooperation between the UN and the league of Arab states. Mister Gutierrez said a major confrontation in the Gulf had to be avoided. I notes relive concern these warnings security incidents in the state of Oromos I strongly condemned any attack against civilian vessels. Facts must be established and responsibilities clarified. And they've. Thirty something dwells cannot afford is a measure confrontation in the Gulf region heated clashes between no Matt and villages in central Darfur. Have led to the death of seventeen people. With at least fifteen of his injured said the joint African Union UN mission to the volatile Sudanese region on Thursday, unit said that after dispatching a team to de Lange village on Tuesday, which has a population of around one hundred and fifty thousand locals had told them the violence erupted over an increase in commodity prices at the local market. In addition to the deaths and injuries around one hundred houses were also burned unit joint special Representative, Jeremiah mama, bolo said the mission was deeply concerned about these developments and appealed to all involved in these clashes to show restraint and opt for peaceful means to resolve differences against the backdrop of a violent military crackdown in the capital, Khartoum following the overthrow of former leader, Omar el-bashir. He said that peaceful mediation was the only course of action that can satisfy the interests of the people of Dr for this delicate time unit said it would intensify. Confidence-building measures in the affected area to promote into communal. Dr lock you insurance fund UNICEF revealed its latest rankings on Thursday for countries which practice the most family friendly policies seen this critical to fostering childhood development Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Estonia in Portugal, top, the list among the thirty one rich mainly European nations, where data is available, according to the new UNICEF report, Switzerland. Greece Cyprus the United Kingdom and Ireland ranked the lowest the policies seen is most effective include pain, parental, leave at the equivalent of a full salary and the state provision of childcare services for children up to the age of six the reports part of UNICEF's early childhood development policy and programming and the early moments matter campaign. There's no time more critical to children's brain development and therefore their futures than the earliest years of life said, UNICEF executive director Henrietta four we need governments to help provide parents with the support they need to create a nurturing environment for their young children. She added Matt wells, UN news.

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News in Brief 12 June 2019

UN News

04:06 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 12 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations sedan is sliding into a human rights, abyss UN appointed experts said on Wednesday in a call for an independent investigation into the reported killings of demonstrators and activists in their appeal to the Human Rights Council to establish an inquiry. The five experts expressed alarm at deaths and injuries caused by a military rate on protesters in front of army headquarters in Khartoum on the third of June women have been among the first victims of the violence, including sexual abuse. The experts said adding that dozens of female human rights defenders have been detained arbitrarily some have been released, but several are believed to still be in police custody and in need of medical, attention development echoes similar concerns over the situation in Sudan, by top officials, including the head of unisex Henrietta four on Tuesday. She announced that at least nineteen children had reportedly been killed in Sudan, since military backlash against protestors began earlier this month, the UN. Children's fund has also received reports that children are being detained recruited to join the fighting and sexually abused while schools, hospitals and health, centres have also been targeted looted or destroyed in recent developments. Protest leaders incident have reportedly agreed to end the general strike that broad cartoon to a standstill this week and a willing to resume power-sharing talks with the ruling military council military leaders have yet to formally confirm that participation they successful global economy that leaves no one behind depends to a large extent on countries and companies investing in markets abroad. It's a practice that's known as foreign direct investment, or FDI last year. However, global flows of FDI fell my thirteen percent to one point three trillion dollars UN trade and development experts UNCTAD said a Wednesday representing a slide for the third consecutive year. This is also the lowest level of FDI since the global financial crisis more than a decade ago. And it underlines the long-term down with. Pressure on international investment. Unctad secretary general mukisa Qatui explained, how tax reforms encouraging repatriation of capital in the United States in two thousand seventeen had played their part in the slide are large segment of the decline of FDI to vote economists was accounted for by the change in tax policy. The US where international enterprises with major investments in economists who are taking back in the resources that came out because of taxation, the while investment flows to developed economies such as those in Europe fell to their lowest point since two thousand and four cash flows to developing countries in Africa rose by eleven percent to forty six billion dollars and to Asia by four percent while falling six percent to Latin America and the Caribbean. And finally, one hundred years after the International Labor Organization was created children should be allowed to dream not work. The head of the UN agency, said on Wednesday on the world day against child labor in an appeal to governments. Workers and employers to make a final push to end the practice in two thousand nineteen ILO chief guy, Ryder, acknowledged that substantial progress has already been made with a near forty percent decrease in child labor globally since two thousand but this still leaves at one hundred fifty two million youngsters forced to earn a living with almost seventy three million of them involved in hazardous work, which is simply unacceptable, Mr. rider, said today, the international agreement, banning the worst forms of child. Labour has been ratified by all, but two of one hundred eighty seven Member States apart from cheating, universal, ratification of the convention. Mr. rider, also urged countries to implement all necessary legal measures to make ending child labour possible. In addition, he said, foster, progress is also needed to meet target eight point seven of the sustainable development goals, which calls for an end to child labour by twenty twenty five to do this governments need to ensure the availability of quality education, social protection for all and. Recent work for parents. Mr. writer, said Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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Jay Z And US discussed on Nature Podcast

Nature Podcast

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Jay Z And US discussed on Nature Podcast

"Monkeys may not have a brain amusing, according to new research from the US by scanning the brains of humans, and macaques, while they were listening to sound scientists were able to show, the human brains had a strong response to harmony and pitch key components of music and speech, macaques don't tend to spend much time listening to Jay Z on a lazy Sunday afternoon though. So the researchers wondered whether music just wasn't relevant monkeys to check this the research is did the same experiment.

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"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

07:35 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

06:27 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"june 2019" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

Labor Relations Information System

11:11 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

"Misconduct by the employer may be considered an adverse action against the investigated employees regardless of whether disciplinary action. Actually results in this case. This was a formal investigation. Shen it was serious. It was assigned to an outside investigator. Employees were compelled to attendant interview. The interview was recorded recorded. They were compelled answer questions under threat of insubordination and they were advised and writing that their responses could lead to potential termination. The process took several months and over those several months as the AL J. Puts it a cloud of suspicion. Suspicion hung over the heads of the executive board members bottom line the al Jay says the city violated the law simply simply by initiating the investigation I don't think any of these. Three conclusions are particularly revolutionary. There's a threat in California case law that promotional standards like at least standards words in the sense of are you going to be having an open. Recruitment or not there's a threat in California case law saying that the decision in those areas his aim management right. There's also a lot of case law saying you gotTa negotiate the effects of the exercise of that management right and there's certainly plenty of case law all over the country saying that wide open. Robust Union speech is protected. And you can't it even investigate it without if you are the employer interfering with the unions right to represent employees all right. Let's head on down to New Orleans for a bill of rights case. Actually I wouldn't mind heading down to New Orleans on this rainy Portland's Sunday afternoon And this is an issue what happens in this case is an issue that comes up all the time in states with statutory Tori bills of rights And there are seventeen of them by my count that have bills of rights for law enforcement about four. That have bills of rights writes for firefighters And if you have a bill of rights that has timeframe statutes of limitation within which a disciplinary investigation allegation must be conducted. Then you get cases from time to time as to what happens when the employer blows does the statute of limitations. What happens when the investigation has not conducted within the specified time period? There's a bill of rights under Louisiana Law for police and it specifies that there is a sixty day limitation on disciplinary investigations. There's an exception if the investigation is into alleged criminal activity but generally speaking. It's a sixty day a statute of limitations and it is very strictly written. Let me read you the sentencing. or I guess there's two sentences in the statute that shows you how the legislature has strictly the legislature wanted. These provisions interpreted quoting there shall be no discipline demotion or adverse action of any sort taken against a police officer unless the investigation is has conducted in accordance with the minimum standards provided for in this law any discipline demotion or adverse action of any sort whatsoever whatsoever taken against a police officer wait for it. Without complete compliance with the foregoing minimum. Amum standards is an absolute nullity. Weil an absolute nullity all right. That's that's our backdrop. What are the facts? In this case it involves Kevin Pozzo Kevin Bozos a police officer with nor liens police department in December. Two Thousand Fifteen Pozzo and his then fiance Melanie Wilson They shared a Residents they were drinking at home and then they decided okay. Let's go over to a friend's Open House party and they continue to drink there Wilson starts talking to other men at the party. Pozzo becomes upset Pozzo confronts one of the men and Pozzo and Wilson are then asked asked to leave the party at about seven PM wonder when these parties started they returned home and a dispute happens in the middle. All of the Dispute Pozzo admittedly through a glass beer bottle against an interior wall causing the bottle to shatter What happened next is in dispute and this is Pozzo admitted a little bit but not everything and as someone once use the phrase for me It may be that he Confessed the misdemeanor and denied the felony. Who knows So what the department ends up concluding is that Pozzo committed eh domestic abuse battery on Wilson. He pushed a chair that she she was seated in. It caused her to fall to the floor. The department's investigators also alleged that Pozzo aggressively forced the front door against Wilson preventing her from leaving the home And that in other words it was basically false imprisonment as well. Pozo also has a different recollection of events. He testified that he kinda shook the chair that Wilson was sitting in but she didn't fall off it and and that when she tried to leave through the front door he stopped her But only because she was heavily intoxicated and he did not want her to drive Pozzo has a different story And later on in the middle of her account she testifies is that she basically doesn't remember too much of what happened that night So I'm not GonNa even bother with what her different story was puzzles. Criminally only charged and in two thousand sixteen June twenty fourth. Two Thousand Sixteen. That's going to become important. A judge returns a verdict addictive. Not guilty that same day June twenty-fourth the department begins its administrative investigation. It completes the investigation within sixty days but after the expiration of the sixty days the investigators supplemented her report by adding a transcript of testimony from the criminal. Trial the Department Fires Pozzo and he files the lawsuit and his argument is basic argument on appeal. Is You violated the sixty day rule by supplementing the administrative investigation after the sixty days had expired and the Louisiana Court of Appeals Agrees The court says look if we allow that department to add exhibits to its investigation. ADD substance to its investigation following the expiration of sixty days that would essentially render the sixty exte- day deadline moat had. Here's the courts tagline on the case one of the minimum standards in the bill of rights. Is that each investigation shall be completed with within sixty days here. There has been no strict compliance with the bill of rights. We therefore find that the termination of Pozzo is rendered an absolute nullity. Here the court echoing the words of the bill of rights the words of the statute there right That there has been no strict compliance. That's in the statute and therefore therefore we have an absolute nullity that's in the statute as well. These results are very predictable. in states is that have these sorts of statutory bills of rights. There's probably two dozen of these cases from California Court of Appeals alone on Employers have not completed the investigation California. It's not sixty days. A year have not completed the investigation within a year. If you're in a state that has Bella Bryce with one of these time limits you just simply have to build a calendar and Taylor and reminder reminder system if you're the employer where the investigation is done within that time period no excuses no explanations are going to matter to a court if you don't get it don it sixty days or a year or whatever the time limit is you can expect act that the disciplinary proceedings against the employees will be dismissed. I want to close by thanking all of you. You who wrote in about the suggestion. I threw out there last month that we might want to hold a wellness seminar for public safety employees. Louise talk about psychological and physiological health. The response was overwhelming and it was very very positive and based upon that response. We're going to do something we're GonNa try to craft a seminar For some time in two thousand and twenty and we're going to try to bring in in leading experts from around the country To talk about the importance of wellness and the benefits of wellness not just for public safety the employees themselves but also their employer stay tuned. We'll get you more details on that next seminar that we've got coming up is in September her and that's our seminar grievances and arbitration. This is very very well liked seminar. We got a great slate of speakers. You're interested in the seminar. Come to our webpage at Heller I._S.. Dot Com and with that Thank you for listening. This has been the June two thousand nineteen edition of First Thursday and this is will aitchison signing off..

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"june 2019" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

Labor Relations Information System

19:36 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

"All right so Setting the table for what happened in in this case The party's here. Had Pretty Long. Collective bargaining agreement a four year agreement on ramp from two thousand twelve to two thousand. Sixteen A year after it expires the parties enter into a memorandum of agreement that extended the terms of the contract aunt contract through two thousand awesome eighteen. So you've got basically a two year extension of the collective bargaining agreement as you get towards. It's the middle of this extension period. SEPTA issues three orders that become the focus of this case the first one pertains the operation of police vehicles and this order says as long as an officer is inside a police vehicle that driver's window and and the front passenger window must be at least halfway down. There are some exceptions for inclement weather or driving on a freeway but other than that the windows have to be half down. I can tell you as long as I've been in this business. I have never seen such a rule in a police department's policy manual but Something must have happened right. There's going to be all of these kind of quirky. Rules have their origins in individual all cases. And something happened in Septa where Septa decided you gotTa have your windows half down except in cases of bad weather when you're flying flying somewhere on the freeway a second policy change that Septa wanted to accomplish would have prohibited the use of Septa Issue Mobile Cell L. Phones for personal purposes. That's probably not a bad idea right. It's not a bad idea from the employer standpoint for for a lot of different reasons And it's probably not a bad idea. Frankly from the union standpoint because employees don't have an expectation tation of privacy in an employer issued cell phone but nonetheless the fraternal order of transit police. I'll just call them lodge one on online now. They want to bargain over that order as well and the third policy change is an order that states. That and I'm quoting reading here. Any officer who is out of the public eye restroom district headquarters locker room et Cetera must notify dispatch by radio with their location and reason to tell the employer when and where. You're going to use the restroom once again. There has to be a story behind this rural right. I wish we knew the story but we don't they got these three rule changes and are these rule changes mandatory for bargaining probably all three of the Mr It's that's not what this case is important for though what's important. Is that lodge one nine demands to bargain and eventually the parties set up a meeting and this meeting is held on March. Thirty two thousand seventeen Lodge one on nine has four four individuals there at the meeting their president their vice president their treasurer and their lawyer. Thomas Combe own on the other side of the table. You have the police chief. Felony Thomas. Thomas Nextel along with several members of the command staff half and they're all sitting around kind of waiting and then somebody else shows up for Septa. His name is Chad Cuneo. And he's the chief flavor relations officer for Septa Cornell says hi to the Union representatives and then looks at Conan says. Who's that the the union president says? This is lodge. WanNa Nines. Lawyer Kane'ohe says nope not GonNa meet as long as cone. The the lawyer is present when he's asked for a reason Kane'ohe states at this is just an administrative meeting. The President says well you know this is a bargaining meeting where bargaining over these policy changes Coneo the Labor Relations Guy Response that we don't have to a bargain over any of that stuff we're happy to discuss lodge one zero nine concerns as long as that lawyer lawyer. That guy is not there and then the meeting ends And Lodge one. Oh nine files. An unfair labor practice complaint among other things things that complaint alleges that Septa committed an unfair labor practice by refusing to negotiate associate refusing even to meet with lodge one on nine if Cohn was present in the room and Pennsylvania's labor relations board completely agrees with lodge one. Oh nine on us and a radio. A couple of sentences from the board's opinion and then we'll talk a little bit more about why why this kind of has to be the rule right. So here's here's what the board is saying. I'm quoting bargaining. Units are free to choose lose their own bargaining agent and to US negotiator of their own choosing on their behalf bargaining sessions such negotiator. GATOR is an agent of the bargaining unit in that role an employer must accept and bargain with the representatives selected by the Union. Nya The fact that the representative may be personally objectionable to the employer or that he is not an employee does not relieve the the employer from its duty to bargain so when I say that that really has to be the rule why am I saying that well. Wow because if one side the bargaining whether it's the employer s in this case or could be the union objecting to and employers representative. If one inside could say we're not GONNA meet if she's there then what you're doing is you're letting that party control kroll who the other side chooses US negotiators. You can't do that if you started down. That road. Labor board as the Pennsylvania so Vania Labor Relations Board you would be going down that road forever and the employer or the union could pick and Manchus who it was was on the other side of the table so this this decision from the Labor Relations Board in Pennsylvania comes out the way these cases always come out and sometimes They even come out this way when there's a pretty rich history that the attorney usually their lawyers sorry about that that the attorney in the room has behaved badly a much more of a history. Then there is that cone in this case it ever done anything bad and the Labor board still say you got a bargain with whoever it is the union or the employer chooses if that person acts up and bargaining if that person makes good faith bargaining impossible in these negotiations. Then we'll consider her and unfair labor practice complaint but you may not prophylactically refuse to negotiate with a particular individual. Let's move now to California and and this is a case decided by an administrative lodge for California's Public Employment Relations Nations Board It involves the city of Santa Maria Which is along the California coast about? Oh roughly midway way between Los Angeles and San Francisco. It's a perfectly lovely case. Lovely not so much in terms of the outcome but in terms of the issues choose Adt presents and the resolution them That deals with three a pretty important issues and the first is is there bargaining that's required over changes in a promotional process in this case. It's the promotional process for the position of fire. Captain the second issue is how far do protections for Union speech go cannon employer clamp down on on what might otherwise be protected Union speech because disagrees with the speech or because the speeches having some sort of operational limits Matz and where are the lines drawn on that particular issue and then the third issue that is raised in this case is Cannon employer employer act in a discriminatory fashion against individual union members because of their speech Bob When the only action is that it initiates an investigation does that action trigger the a union's ability to file an unfair labor practice complaint even though the results of the investigation might be that every single union members clear cleared no discipline is imposed. Is the very action of initiating the investigation enough so so that the employer would commit an unfair labor practice. Okay let's talk about this case and how these issues arise and they all start in in March of two thousand sixteen There was an interim fire chief He's referred to end the opinion as the then interim fire chief soap presumably. He's the chief now. His name is Scott Kenley in Santa Maria and he raises with the Union. which is the Santa? Maria Firefighters Firefighter's association the possibility of running what's referred to as an open. Recruitment for the position of captain. What does that mean open? Recruitment it means is that people who are not employees of the Fire Department will be allowed to test for and potentially be awarded the job of fire fire. Captain Ken Lay's worried because there's been low interest in promotion to the position of Captain Very few applications the the Fire Department has never had external applicants compete For mid level management positions like fire engineer or captain and The Union is quite concerned about in particular. The President Fella named Anthony Morales Discusses the issue with with Ken Lay and says look. We're we're post to this We don't want to open up the recruitment process to outsiders that the discussions kind of go back and forth and back and forth and Eventually nothing happens and the department runs a recruitment. What for the captain position? It's not opened outside applicants. There's a sufficient number of internal applicants and promotions are made from the list however the following year two thousand seventeen. We have a change in cheese and this time the new chief is a a fella named Leonard Out. Champion champion. Doesn't go the same approach that Kenley went. He doesn't bother talking to the Union. He's simply announces that he is going to implement an open captains recruitment and he takes the position that this is a management right. I have the ability to do this Well the association is a member of a statewide organization. Nations called the California professional firefighters and the Association reports all this to CPF s it's called and CPI the F. issues. Something that is called a do not apply alert. What is this? This is a document that is circulated accumulated statewide among all of CPS member organizations and it says we are asking. And I'm quoting for your help and support by not applying for the captain's post and Santa Maria and further. Ask that you help. Get the word out to our affiliated brothers and sisters. There's and post this on Union bulletin boards Champion gets very upset about this and he announces is that he is going to start an investigation and investigation. That is going to be done by an independent third party. Investigator and the purpose of the investigation. champion announce is to look for culpability among board members of the Association Association in discouraging external applicants from applying for employment A memorandum. That champion issues says and I'm quoting. This is going to become important. In this opinion. The subject matter during this interview review may lead to discipline against failure to attend the meeting will be considered an act of insubordination and can be an independent basis for disciplinary action up to and including dismissal. Okay let's pause for just a moment here. Don't you think really that people need to take a deep breath and and maybe not look at this point as to what their legal rights and remedies would be as much as simply trying to solve the problem trying to figure out if you have enough internal applicants where this time like last time you could you. You could encourage enough interest in the job to get promotions And maybe we don't have to be at the point where were issuing memoranda that say This could result in discipline up to and including termination while cooler heads prevail in Santa Maria and The Association asssociation ends up filing an unfair labor practice. Complaint and the unfair labor practice complaint says basically three thanks says first of all you have to negotiate associated with this change in past practice the open recruitment secondly You illegally retaliated against members of the board by initiating the investigation and the third thing is is that illegal retaliation violates California's collective bargaining laws because this is protected union speech. So what does the Al Jay do with all of these. Thanks The bargaining issues. Pretty easy for the AL J. TO RESOLVE THE AL.. Jay says look You know it the decision here to run an open promotional recruitment. That's a non negotiable topic under California law. Aw However California like pretty much. Every place says simply if a decision is non-negotiable doesn't mean there's no obligation to negotiate associated because you may have to negotiate over the effects and the Al.. Jay Says yes indeed because the the breadth of the promotional recruitment process has an impact on existing people under the rank of captain the bargaining unit. There are negotiable effects air. And what does that mean. It means that the union is entitled to advance. Notice a both the decision and the implementation date so that there's time for meaningful negotiations before the decision is put into effect affect the Al.. Jay Says City violated all of that here The the city just simply announced that it was going to implement implement didn't give the association proper notice or an opportunity to bargain over effects so Bengo unfair labor practice actes number one now the AL J. turns to the retaliation charge and really what the Union has to prove here in his first of all that the speech is protected and the Al.. Jay says speech is indeed protected in this is case and a couple of quotes here. I think that show the the breath of the protections given to Union speech couple of sentences. they al.. Jay says look. The general rule regarding employee. Speech in conduct is that they're protected under that collective bargaining statutes when when they're related to matters of legitimate concern to employees. So Us oh asked the concerns. Come under the heading of the ability to participate in an employee organization for purposes of crap on labor relations issues. Here's the key sentenced. Danced disputes over wages. Hours or other working conditions are among those most likely to cause ill feelings feelings and strong responses thus the parties are afforded wide latitude to engage in uninhibited robust bust and wide open debate during those disputes. So in other words speech protected that as Union speech. It's not always going to be nice speech. It can be robust. There are other cases out there saying yeah they can even be profane. It can even be personal. And as long as it is related to their collective bargaining process and something that's mandatory for bargaining. It's going to be protected so the Al Jay finds the speech to be protected now. What about the retaliation issue the employer on your says we didn't retaliate against? Yeah we did the investigation. We called them in and and they were questioned But in in the end we didn't sustain any charges and therefore there can't possibly be any retaliation allegation that violates the law the Al Jay's having none of that they ale jay says and. I'm quoting the initiation of an investigation into alleged employee..

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"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

06:18 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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06:19 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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03:53 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

06:01 min | 3 years ago

"june 2019" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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