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"justin green" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

08:10 min | 2 months ago

"justin green" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"Design studio and we're working with one of our main clans square which is where we're standing today with an place making and design ryman. Can you tell me a little bit about. Is lincoln square. Wh what is it for people. That maybe aren't familiar with london. Familiar with the project into square is a project is very close to heart. We've been working on it for a farewell night. It is a mixed use development. There are apartments and homes. There is a fantastic cinema and jim complex. There's a lot of mixtures retail restaurants and kids trump says. There's something for everyone as apart hotels as well say people kind of visiting the area can stay or friends and family find a to stay nearby people visiting and understand just from us chatting briefly before we dived into these india that your background is as an industrial design product design. What role are you playing. I guess shaping this new community how did how did you end up working. I think for many people. It's typically the domain of architects and landscape architects and planners. I studied product design as a degree so i was familiar with the design festivals. We've been around the world You know the new york design week. Milan design week. And you know we'd seen the kind of crowd during capacity those events have and with what we do is intense square. Where essentially responsible for the place making is one of our key objectives activate the public spaces and we thought that an interesting way to do that would be invoked with lgf. We've been thinking about it for a couple of years but the timing had never been quite right. Initially we will look at it into one thousand nine. At that point it was too early in the kind of the schemes build cycle and then of course we had the time dynamic and cova. I'd say twenty twenty rice off. Say we canes gonna make it happen in twins twenty one and what does that look like. What does the place making throughout the london design festival look like the place. Making is into the square features a host of pop ups furniture makers furniture designers initiative. That we've been involved with with ping pong which is really fun kind of more frivolous element to the show. Ceramicist knitwear is really kind of live exhibition. Happening justin green. Who's curated a series of posters. That's in the by residency unit. One of our retailers. All of jacob is hosting a walk shopping new boarding. What shop and you can book now online and we've always bench. They've set up a live studio whether it be taking consultancies and kind of working with directly in in the space kind of welcome commissions or signed financial. And what's i guess. The overall ambition of all of this of you know the ping pong or or inviting people into businesses. That have tendency here. What's the ambition. The ambition i think is to establish is linson as a destination not just for retail of culture and design more broadly and to emphasize i suppose to work with the. You know some of the brands that we've got. Hey we've got all and jacob which is a furniture brand. We've got other lifestyle brands as part of the permanent retail. Mix that kind of. I think benefit from the halo. The lgf creates is just generally raising awareness of the scheme. Giving people to reasons come down and visit so. My name is algae. I run the ping pong. My background is in graphic design. So he's have a design agency co 5-foot-6 me and my business closed at about five or six years ago. People side project really one. I kept going and in the last probably two or three years. It's jazz it move. Momentum it's become now my main gig really. And what is out of ping-pong can you explain. What what the concept is. I have your pitch your elevator pitch worked out. But basically it's having an interest in ping pong background in design. It's just kind of celebrate north subculture ping pong more the open games less so the the organized clubs celebrating pingpong through bringing art to it design. Focus so we do put ox. We do artists collaborations brand collaborations. We put on events and where possible we try to bring in supporting good causes so tonight we've got fandango kid live painting one of our many tables action that offer charity. So it's nice to be able to do stuff like that but really it's me messing about with bringing a design background to the ping pong as much as anything else. Can you talk a little bit about the to permanent ping pong tables that you're gonna leave behind here after the festival is lincoln square. I mean what's your hope for them. And how do you hope that shape or change. People's behavior in this part of the city permanent table seem to have a of a subculture around the more seen around this summit granary square kings and there was a guy who came along tonight. Who's part of that club. And and i know they're really good players and it's become like a sort of informal really high standard ping pong club in an open space. So i'd love it if that starts to happen here or starting to happen in canary warf to that kind of thing became more commonplace so when after we played little pink at work a few of us thought we were. Kind of good tens. We weren't that good. We'll be joined the ta english sensation and suddenly the scene was quite four. More you had to play regulation rubbers. It was quite strict and we will We don't really ping-pong pong so the scene goes on king's cross for me is much more my civil thing. It's a few people to get together on evening. They play a lot. They start to get to know each other. They something told them. It's that same thing can happen to listen to the square. Think it'd be fantastic. I'm ben and i worked with charlie beside bench about two and a half years ago and is designed to make company self resetting furniture and building cabinetry and my background's in design and architecture and charlie my background's in making so that we can together about two and a half years ago. I'm in the seven years bedrooms. Trainings be an architect. I was in a workshop gain experience of of like going to different routes to get to conversation point in a sense. And what are we doing here. What's not all about we're here. Everybody had turned Exhibition of what. Our company do and sewing funds collection. Recently finished is being about eight months of since we've competed first line of furniture where the bread and butter. Our company is being designed to make projects and this has been really amazing. Opportunity to showcase out to an audience of salts may pass. Knicks never studied about like a graduate from here. Here's really nice on tons of what we want to kind of get from it. I guess exposure in a sense and hopefully some become seasons will come out of it and it feels like the end result will be silent tangible what we're going to really gain for myspace really nice to be in a space to be part of the festival and it's kind of like what we're doing on the map essentially and i guess in terms of just being in this area and this neighbor being an almost a shopfront set up for this week that you're here. Do you think it's going to inform your designs in the future changing the way you're saying people are literally moments ago. Had a conversation with this icelandic. Couple ceramicist about me. Damn having a cia about. Maybe a collaboration so in that respect yeah totally again that thing just being in a place to have a conversation fog you could get an email or text message or a phone call. There's nice about how do we essentially set up shop. Unit is active is an office for us for the week and is really nice to have somebody. That's kind of like fuddy furniture now Freestanding furniture. I might have a week of us working together in a really beautiful office knows often do because you're either way from home away from workshop. I guess just finally lessons for other cities that might be also hosting festivals. Is there samaritan inviting designers and other creatives to work in unexpected places throughout the city. And what do you think that can do for. See what was nice about it. Is the incident conversations that you have with people you wouldn't and i think that probably works both ways so for us in the last couple of days chatting to people who just lived locally and maybe not have an interesting design. I'm.

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"justin green" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

02:25 min | 2 months ago

"justin green" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"Com. Just an is a mobile. Rv tech in. He is also a fulltime veer with his wife and kids young kids. They travel around the country and he. He uses an internet website and call go green mobile. Rv repair will put that link up later on but he we got talking some time ago. He's also our group about all the things that he is seeing quality issues quality in terms of some of the bill list that he's seeing on an rv that could have been corrected if the rv owner just had a good inspection before they bought the and then issues after When they bought in somebody to repair it either at a big dealership or from another mobile. Rv tech and one of the things i learned from this interview is that anybody can call themselves. Rv repair tech. I've always wondered about that. What are their qualifications. Well we can start jennifer's mobile. Rv repair house. They're in trouble. yeah been outlet. Justin here if i repair turn trouble i. Here's our interview. The week with justin green of Go green mobile. Rv repair is joining us. Now is justin green from the road. Justin how are you today. I doing great. How're you doing mike. Why don't you introduce yourself to the audience a little bit. Tell them what kind of rv you're in how you became sort of a traveling mobile rv tech and then we'll get into some of the some of the things you've seen good and bad out there all right well. My name's justin green. I own a company called go green mobile. Rv repair we live in our thirty eight foot fleetwood storm which you could see as a nice mess behind me and we started traveling a few years ago. we were living in texas and realized that got entirely too hot for us in texas and we wanted to find a new place to live but we had no idea where we wanted to live. So we figured we'd get into an rv. Do some traveling find the perfect space. Maybe settle up there and we've just been traveling ever since we can't seem to pick a spot. We love it so much now. Who is the. We obviously have a family. And you don't travel on. yeah i do. i have My wife amanda have two k. A..

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"justin green" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

02:25 min | 2 months ago

"justin green" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"Com. Just an is a mobile. Rv tech in. He is also a fulltime veer with his wife and kids young kids. They travel around the country and he. He uses an internet website and call go green mobile. Rv repair will put that link up later on but he we got talking some time ago. He's also our group about all the things that he is seeing quality issues quality in terms of some of the bill list that he's seeing on an rv that could have been corrected if the rv owner just had a good inspection before they bought the and then issues after When they bought in somebody to repair it either at a big dealership or from another mobile. Rv tech and one of the things i learned from this interview is that anybody can call themselves. Rv repair tech. I've always wondered about that. What are their qualifications. Well we can start jennifer's mobile. Rv repair house. They're in trouble. yeah been outlet. Justin here if i repair turn trouble i. Here's our interview. The week with justin green of Go green mobile. Rv repair is joining us. Now is justin green from the road. Justin how are you today. I doing great. How're you doing mike. Why don't you introduce yourself to the audience a little bit. Tell them what kind of rv you're in how you became sort of a traveling mobile rv tech and then we'll get into some of the some of the things you've seen good and bad out there all right well. My name's justin green. I own a company called go green mobile. Rv repair we live in our thirty eight foot fleetwood storm which you could see as a nice mess behind me and we started traveling a few years ago. we were living in texas and realized that got entirely too hot for us in texas and we wanted to find a new place to live but we had no idea where we wanted to live. So we figured we'd get into an rv. Do some traveling find the perfect space. Maybe settle up there and we've just been traveling ever since we can't seem to pick a spot. We love it so much now. Who is the. We obviously have a family. And you don't travel on. yeah i do. i have My wife amanda have two k. A..

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"justin green" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:28 min | 5 months ago

"justin green" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Partly cloudy. Slight chance was shower tomorrow. 76 chance of rain on Sunday as well with the cloudy 74 more clouds on Monday. Scattered rain 78 Partly cloudy, little more humid on Tuesday High up to 83 walking shot 59 Milwaukee 70 at WTMJ a hoping to hook up with Justin Green, the Milwaukee Bucks vice president of hospitality. Justin, of course, is gonna have a lot to do what with what's happening at the Dear District. It's already been a rock star in terms of the Visuals that the nation and the world are seeing the Bucks being away from home during the first two games of the NBA Finals. Now, things just get ratcheted up because the stage comes here. Oh, it's going to crank. It's going to be so much fun this weekend to see the celebs come to town, the national media come to town. The spotlight's really going to be honest, I'm giggling a little bit last night as we talked about the Deer district because it's gotten so prominent and so big. But Jeff Van Gundy on ESPN still called it Deer Valley. I think he got confused. It was very bizarre and they gave me grief about it, too. They said. It's the dear district goes. I like your valley Better? Well, sorry, dude. There's 30,000 people standing at it right now who disagree, But be that as it may, but it was fun just to be down there yesterday before all the excitement, you know, would relieve the calm before the storm and to see that part of Milwaukee come alive. I mean, the Bradley Center did what it was supposed to do. It kept the bucks in Milwaukee. Lloyd and Jane Pitt will always be indebted to them for their generous gift to this city. But that part of downtown just needed some some work. That building was not satisfactory. More for the NBA wanted. It was obvious that new things had to be done. Uh, tip of they have to John Norquist for knocking down that freeway extension that went nowhere. Uh, that opened up that whole part of downtown Milwaukee. Do all manner of development. And boy, people are national teeth sitting there here on failure. How can you take down that Park East Freeway? Look what happened since. I mean that cleared the way for a lot of what we're enjoying some of it today and remarkably, were still able to get around without without that spur that went nowhere and had been sitting there forever. It is pretty incredible. And you know, I moved to Milwaukee in the summer of 2000 and 10 and where fights reforms. It's now was just a vast wasteland of nothingness and I got some cool perspective yesterday to my mom's in town, and my mom was obviously a big part of me moving to Milwaukee because I came up here in a college visit to go to Marquette, and she was along the first time we came here and I drove her past the arena, and we watched the game at the bar elsewhere. Just because it's such a scene down there that you know you don't want your mom down there. Uh but, uh, every people calling out these Hey, we started the other night exactly. Uh, but we drove by. My mom went holy expletive word I can't say on the radio because it's just it looks like a different planet than the Milwaukee She was used to. When you know, she dropped me off here a decade ago. Yeah, Same for you know, this old guy who got here in 1981 to a totally different city, which I thought was Pierce and I still believe it is. It's the pierce of every west to me. But how it has changed in these years and just getting that west side of downtown to percolate again to, you know, get the what used to be the Grand Avenue, which just hoping when I got here, right? We all thought was going to be the be all and end all for downtown Milwaukee will give it a little nudge. But then that didn't pan out. But look at all the great things going on, You know, a brand new Wisconsin center. That's only getting bigger. You're going to tell us a little bit later about the bank go display going on at the Wisconsin Senate. Super cold starts today. That's a destination and now it's just making that dear District deal. It's gonna be great these next couple days, hopefully for seven games into the finals. But to keep that that business going and generating beyond you know, into the summer. That's always been a challenge for downtown, and I think it is for a lot of major downtowns to keep it going after, you know, six o'clock at night. Yeah, for sure. And I think the thing we've forgotten to because Spicer Forum was so new before the pandemic hit. It really was cranking down there outside of just basketball games, right. They had a ton of great concerts coming down a lot of stuff going down with the Kris Kindle market and the little stuff they were doing in the Dear district around the holidays. They Really kept in a place people were going year round. The coolest thing, too, is a lot of those bars and restaurants on third have been able to survive outside of just the dear district, and it's created this entire huge area where everybody can thrive. The other cool thing is, it's not done. It's very there's so much more space to develop something to keep in mind, too. If you're going to be down, you know out and about around the dear District district and everything. This is really your opportunity to be an ambassador from Milwaukee. It is and you know, people ask for directions or where they should go. And I I think, Hey, let's get our brag on a little bit. You know what I mean? We tend to be so we tend to be so, Wisconsin and and play ourselves down and be self effacing. Let's not do that right now. Let's let's talk ourselves up. You know, 100% right. This is a chance to be the city's best ambassador and sell it. You know, there's it's easy. There's there's plenty to point to, and certainly if somebody's looking for a place to eat and or drink, tell them what you like to tell them. Why you like it, and, uh, Do him a solid and, uh, that's that's what people you have the other thing you always here to. When people come here to visit that I think we take for granted. This is not clean. It is no hockey's downtown is a nice, clean, fresh, big place. Sure, there's a lot of new construction. But even the older parts of downtown do not look ratty and dingy like you see in some other big cities, and people consistently have said that from back in the eighties, when I first got here even to today, you've got a nice, clean town and we're proud to show it off. Just get a couple of winds and life will be all a lot more comfortable. 7 56 time now for business headlines Here's the Milwaukee Business Journal Surrealist.

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"justin green" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

03:48 min | 10 months ago

"justin green" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Justin Green with the BBC news. The EU is bringing in export controls on Corona virus vaccines produced within the block. The mechanism will compel pharmaceutical companies to seek permission before supplying does is elsewhere. The move comes amid a supply disputes between the EU and two vaccine suppliers AstraZeneca and Fizer, with Brussels saying it must guard against the undermining of its supplies. You health commissioners that bacteria, Kita said the measures and showed that all you citizens had access to vaccines. Commitment needs to be kept and contracts are binding. Advanced purchase agreements need to be respected. Today we have developed a system that will allow us to know whether vaccines are being exported from the U. This increased transparency will also come with the responsibility for the EU to authorize with our member states. These vaccine exports but the World Health Organization's assistant director for access to medicines and health products, Mary Angela Simao, said the use move could damage other efforts to fight the disease around the world. Let's say it's not helpful to have any country at this stage put in export bends or barriers that will not allow for the free movement off the necessary ingredients that will make vaccines diagnostics in other medical since available toe all the world South Africa's spy agency is accused of spending hundreds of millions of dollars on illegal undercover operations to protect the former president Jacob Zuma from corruption investigations on your Harding reports. To whistle blowers and other witnesses have given details of a systematic plot to turn South Africa's State Security agency into something almost like a private army for former President Jacob Zuma. During his decade in power. Mr Zuma faced and still faces multiple allegations of corruption. But a judge led inquiry is now revealing the extent to which it's alleged. Mr Zuma used state institutions to protect himself during his presidency. Witnesses have described how vast sums of money was stolen from the security agency on funnel to Zuma's allies. Mr. Zuma has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing. The Black lives matter. Global Foundation has won the 2022 love Paloma Human Rights Prize. The Swedish organizer's that the foundation had promoted peaceful civil disobedience against police brutality and racial violence across the globe. They noted that an estimated 20 million people have taken part in black lives matters protests in the U. S alone. Moscow court has ordered the arrest of a number of close political associates of the jailed opposition leader, Alexei Navalny. Mr Navalny's brother Oleg and his office coordinator. Oleg's to pawn off are under house arrest. Other prominent supporters face charges of organizing a protest during an epidemic. Well. News from the BBC. The Portuguese parliament has approved a bill on assisted suicide, making Portugal only the seventh country in the world to legalize euthanasia. People over 18 may be helped to die by medical professionals if they're mentally fit, terminally ill and suffering lasting and unbearable pain. Appeals court in the Netherlands has ordered the oil giant shell to make compensation in a long running case brought by four Nigerian farmers who alleged the firm badly polluted their land. Case has been 13 years in the courts and two of the farmers have since died. The environment group, Friends of the Earth, which back the case said people living in the Delta had to have their livelihoods compensated for by the Anglo Dutch company, Donald Poles from the group told reporters it was highly significant decision. Up until this morning. Dutch.

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"justin green" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"justin green" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Appears to have been a squirrel. Um Um uh, that was I was right. I'm beneath a tree. That was at one point Maybe 202 150 ft. Tall. And during the fires chimney, which is when fire gets since somewhere, usually or I think, in this case, fire gets in through some sort of Some sort of breach, most likely at ground level, and then it just burns his way right up through the tree, just like smoke going out of the chimney. Often this can result in the trees just Topping their tops off. But what's interesting is that At the top. There is some new growth or recent growth. There's Justin Green. Coming out of it. Yeah, Yeah, We're actually on the road. The trail went down that way. I think so. But we got a little bit off the tree again. My landmarks all day. Yeah. E think this year. Provoked a lot of conversations. Among people who live in the Bay Area and who live in California more generally about whether how long they can stay. Whether this is a sustainable place to live and Seeing You know the effects in the ravages of climate change Come to people's Front doors. I have sort of made my peace with California being a volatile.

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"justin green" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"justin green" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Now back to Silicon Valley Insider Once again, your host Keith Coup. Welcome back to SoCal Insider. I'm your host Keith Coup Once again. My guest today is Justin Green, who is the founder of Horrific and the author of Epic Business. I'm talking about his PR company, as well as his book and how he got started with nothing following being a journalist for 20 years, so don't go away from this week's cyber tip. I'm gonna follow the story and talking about doing techniques, which is for under $300. It is very easy to hack. Tesla's model ETS. Now. For all of you. Electric vehicle, folks, If you think about your Tesla as being more like a computer with PC than being a car should not be a surprise to you that Cars easily hacked as a computer. So a researcher of Belgium which is good news for testing that there are people that are white hat hackers and trying to figure this stuff out for the criminals, they discovered that for under $32. You can use A raspberry pi many computer and body control model which you can find on eBay. And all you need is the five digits off of a vin number, which you can find on any thoughts of the windshield. And you can quickly create a fake model. That's key. Now, on top of that, if you can still be Bluetooth connection from the key farm, then you have all you need to steal a car and about under nine minutes. Now before that freaks you out as Carlos and I just I would be freaked out too. Keep in mind, though, that one of the innovations that Tesla House with the whole theme of really being a computer company battery company. Is that it? Can do firmware updates or software updates over the air, and so it can actually send your car all the necessary code needed to get rid of the exploit, and that's what pessimism process of doing. Otherwise, I wouldn't be telling you the story. But as always, as technology advances, and if you are early adopter Anywhere that not everything's always worked out. We're very creative hackers out there. It's always the vigilance and that's the cyber.

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"justin green" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"justin green" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"My special guest is Justin Green. Who is the founder of Horrific and the author of the book Epic Business. Justin's Got a great story because he was a journalist. Troyer's me the pivot and is now a very well known. PR expert in coach who sought out all around the world, so don't go away. This week's tech news. First up is sales force is in talks. To acquire slack for 27.7 billion deals supposed to happen in the next two quarters. It's big news because slack is this Beloved By two little chattel that lots of engineers and other folks use specially. I've been standing 50,000 employees. And I had Alan Line one. CTU was slack on a few months back on the show. What was interesting about it is even with all of the remote work happening around slack. He did not increase their share price that much from when they appeared last year. But now, with this acquisition by sales force, it is actually moved their stock price up considerably. Google has been in the works of being more than a search and data company. They're actually getting into the banking business. They announced a while back that they're gonna get to check the accounts. And it was announced recently that there will be eight banks United States They'll be parting with Google, including BBVA and BMO Think of Montreal and Citigroup. And the reason why they're all doing that from the banking side is based one to be seen as innovative haven't come from both banking and technology. You want to be seen as actually the cutting edge. And so it's kind of a win win scenario between Google wanting to get the data and analytics from being tied to financial services and banks being associate the rule. Uber is in talks, reportedly to sell its flying taxi business to a secretive started named Jobe Aviation over was trying to do for Electric flying cars what they were doing for actual cars, which is a right service. Imagine taking a helicopter from Manhattan to the Hamptons. Apparently uber did not want to be in the business anymore. And so they have decided to sell it. And in my final tech news, which will lead into my cyber tip. It is really easy to hack a Tesla to and you could do it for under 300 bucks, and that's the tech news of the week..

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"justin green" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"justin green" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Some news from around the world from the BBC stay tuned hello I'm Justin green with the BBC news president trump has set a stunning set of employment figures with evidence the US economy is on its way back from the coronavirus blow in Konami's had predicted that one in five Americans might have been unemployed at the end of may instead to turn a half million new jobs were created overall the old jobs resurrected under Walker reports can you take to show strong gains in employment in several sectors where the impact of the pandemic has been especially severe including leisure hospitality and retailing the rebound took many by surprise but it is consistent with the view that the previous month April was likely to have been the low point for the U. S. economy he was also encouraging the great majority of people in the seven who lost their jobs last month said they had been temporarily laid off that said unemployment is still well above the highest level it hit in the aftermath of the financial crisis a decade ago a network of more than two million people who lost their jobs permanently in my the economy's performance is still vulnerable to any set backs in the efforts to get on top of the health crisis in a rumbling news conference at the White House Mr trump also said every American must receive equal treatment from law enforcement regardless of race or gender he referred to George Floyd he's killing last week by police in Minneapolis a spot nationwide protests hopefully George's looking down right now and say there's a great thing that's happening for our country there's a great day for him it's a great day for everybody his remarks come as as renewed anger in the U. S. following more video footage of police violence against peaceful demonstrators Finland's finance minister has resigned after the match should use tens of thousands of dollars of government money the lessons in public speaking Mr Pico has the story Country Club in his career in Finnish politics had been stellar she became an MP five years ago was re elected in twenty nineteen and the same year became leader of the center party finance minister and deputy PM in some memories government which made headlines worldwide as the first one way women held hold senior roles no much of that he's gone her undoing way lessons in public speaking which she had taken to prepare for her party's annual conference at government expense the training is is said to have cost more than fifty thousand dollars despite promising to pay it all back a wave of criticism forced her to relinquish her ministerial role although she remains party leader for now Mr Biko reporting that the Czech Republic is expelling two Russian diplomats off to claims of Russian intelligence services were behind an alleged plot to kill three Czech politicians with the deadly toxin ricin they have forty eight hours to leave check media say the politicians angered Moscow by making remarks critical of Russia and the former Soviet Union you're listening to the latest world news from the BBC the officials said the bloc could start opening its borders outside tourists in July the current ban is due to expire ten days from now but the EU home affairs commissioner in the U. hun Sen said ministers at today's meeting wanted to extend it further Mr Hansen said restrictions between member states should be lifted by the end of June the authorities insure Lancashire are investigating allegations that police beat and humiliated a severity autistic teenager the fourteen year old boy was allegedly assaulted by a group of police officers and tied to a post the boys in the island's minority Muslim community some opposition politicians have called it a communal attack the police have said they used force to control the teenager but denied assaulting him in Nigeria's main cities of Lagos and Abuja rights campaigners have been out on the streets dress press anger following several recent cases of sexual violence against young women including gang rapes Celestina allay day reports the message was simple we want justice at times campaigners were visibly upset as they shouted charms and waved placards reading leave us alone one of the first to hit the headlines was the case of why they're almost to have family says she was raped and killed in a church in Benton city protest to say the Nigerian legal system fails to convict suspected rapists and a cooling for an end to the culture of silence that surrounds sexual assault one of the world's leading orchestras the Vienna Philharmonic cool tonight give its fast life performance off to the coronavirus locked down because of social distancing rules only a hundred of the music finds two thousand seats will be taken the concert will be streamed live the Custer will be performing.

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"justin green" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"justin green" Discussed on KQED Radio

"NYC that's coming up at midnight on KQED public radio coming up on crowd size from the BBC world service when a placebo boost my sports performance we investigate whether or not we can trick ourselves into running foster or playing better and we can give an athlete a capsule we can tell the athletes in the captial is something that's going to have a beneficial effect on performance caffeine for example and we can measure whether there is an actual effect on performance that some crowd science with me and then check it off to the knees BBC news with Justin green the British prime minister Boris Johnson has spent the night in hospital after continuing to suffer symptoms of covert nineteen more than a week after testing positive Downing Street insisted that he would remain in charge of government business his admission to hospital was announced shortly after a televised address by Queen Elizabeth calling for unity in tackling the pandemic Donald Trump has predicted that the United States is nearing the peak of the outbreak saying he could see light at the end of the tunnel but he warned there would be many more deaths in the coming weeks Mr trump is a game promoted the use of an anti malaria drugs despite controversy over his suitability and possible side effects South Korea has reported fewer than fifty new coronavirus cases the lowest daily totals since the outbreak that peaked in February the rate of infection has been dropping for weeks U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres has appealed for the prevention of violence against women to be made to keep part of the response to the pandemic Mr Guterres said restrictions on movement essential to suppressing cave in nineteen could trump women with abusive partners in other news residents of Vanuatu in the Pacific have been warned to prepare for destructive winds and flash floods as a category five super storm approaches cyclone Harold killed nearly thirty people last week in the Solomon Islands there's been another fall in global oil prices after talks intended to restore stability to the market was postponed Brent crude ended the day on Asian markets about thirty dollars a barrel and scientists have for the first time been able to work out the age of the world's biggest fish whale songs thanks to an isotope produced by nuclear tests during the Cold War they've established that they can live up to a hundred years the creatures commission AT twenty meters in length and weigh twenty tons BBC news David I thought it's going to be absolutely chucking it down it's beautiful actually hyphenated blends always spoken to see about trying out the course of the slutty milk cheese you're listening to crowd science from.

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05:47 min | 1 year ago

"justin green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The latest one these hello one Justin green with the B. B. C. news a somber president trump has told Americans that are in the midst of a great national trial unlike any the United States has faced before he said a rough two week period letterhead as the corona virus pandemic spreads and piqued his reflection came before new figures showed that the number of deaths in the U. S. has now cost four thousand David Willis has more details apocalyptic projections from White House advisers point to between a hundred thousand and two hundred and forty thousand Americans dying from the corona virus more if social distancing guidelines aren't followed having gone from protecting this country would re open by Easter president trump is facing the grim reality that the coverage of the virus is here to stay with the US possibly on course to become the next Italy in this crisis it looks like posing the greatest challenge yet to his presidency the content of one of the world's largest aircraft carriers is called on the U. S. navy to help remove and quarantine more than four thousand sailors from the corona virus which is spreading rapidly in the confines of the nuclear powered warship but crazy egg called for decisive action for those on board the USS Theodore Roosevelt which is in Guam in the western Pacific the Brazilian president giant Bolsonaro has given another television address in which he gave precedence to protecting jobs and shoring up the economy during the corona virus epidemic that will launch balcony protest in several cities **** speech began Katie Wilson reports himself follow these penalize social pot banging protests have been a regular occurrence these past few weeks but you said no it was the largest so far up until now Jibal scenario has downplayed concerns over the car no virus arguing that it was little more than a sniffle and that angered Brazilians many of whom are white about it spread he's preoccupied with the impact of the shutdown of the country's economy and that position hasn't changed this time though his words sounded more conciliatory it was almost as if he'd been given a talking to and had been advised to turn it down Katie Wilson reporting from sao Paulo the government of Panama has imposed an unusual set to quarantine measures from Wednesday separating citizens by gender in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus for the next two weeks men will be allowed to go up to two hours to buy food or medicine on three days of the week while women will be allowed out the other three no one is allowed outdoors on Sunday the Israeli media group news Corp says lower advertising revenue owing to the corona virus outbreak means it must suspend printing about sixty regional newspapers news Corp owned by the tycoon Rupert Murdoch said the pandemic had caused a rapid decline in revenues following restrictions placed on house sales entertainment venues and restaurants world news from the BBC around four thousand south Koreans working with the U. S. forces that a stationed in that country I've been put on unpaid leave as Washington and Seoul failed to come to an agreement over funding for the troops president trump had initially all South Korea to contribute five billion dollars a year a five fold increase on what song currently pays Russert Russia says it's begun and lifting humanitarian aid to the United States to help the fight against corona virus according to a defense ministry statement a Russian enforce plane left the Moscow region on route to the U. S. said the until number one two four jets was carrying face masks and other protective medical equipment an earthquake of a magnitude of six point five struck the American state of Idaho the quake is reported to have a depth of ten kilometers it's not yet clear if any damage has been done to infrastructure scientists say climate change may be having a profound physical impact on nightingales one of the world's most vocally agile songbirds such as in Spain have found that they've evolved in response to Europe's rising summer temperatures or environment correspondent Matt McGraw explains with the ability to produce around a thousand different sounds the nightingale has long been heralded as the most impressive singer among birds every year the small brown creature talks up long distances as it migrates from Europe to subsaharan Africa now researchers say this ability to travel could be hampered by climate change the summer temperatures have risen over a twenty year period the birds have responded by having smaller broods which shorter wings the adaptation comes at a price fewer of these sweet singers are likely to survive their long annual journey to our shores BBC news welcome back to Newsday and learns with you coming up in the next half hour lots of doctors with focusing on the the threats to the medics in the frontline in protecting us against the coronavirus that would be talking to doctors leading here in the U. K. will be hearing stories from Italy and also a medic in Nigeria about the challenges that an interesting debate as well if tracking people's movements by the mobile to make a serious difference in containing the outbreak as it seems to have done in Singapore and South Korea should we loosen up data protection rules about both sides of the argument coming up this but it's not with the weighty.

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05:45 min | 1 year ago

"justin green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On Justin green with the BBC news Democrats in the US have been dealt a major blow in that desire to call witnesses that president trump's impeachment trial one of the few wavering senators is now set to vote against the measure the details from Chris buckler in Washington it seems the Democrats have not won over some of the moderate Republicans they need in order to coal forward a number of people to give testimony most notably of course president trump's former national security adviser John Bolton basically the Democrats need to win four Republican votes and they had been hopeful a blight one of the individuals he's known as Lamar Alexander he is at Tennessee senator they had been appealing to him but he says he is not going to vote to hear witnesses or not is gonna be of great frustration to the Democrats the US secretary of state my Pompeii I will meet you cranes president blood to ms Lewinsky today during what could be an old quick trip to Kiev relations have been strained by the claims surrounding president trump's impeachment trial Jennifer sure ripples from Kiev Mike Pompeii is a key figure in an administration that spent most of the last year ravishing Ukraine repeatedly calling it corrupt and more outlandish Lee accusing it of interfering in the last US selection even if hiding a mysterious computer server they've all been part of efforts to justify president trump's much tonight's decision to withhold nearly four hundred million dollars of military aid from Ukraine last year it's a decision at the heart of the ongoing Senate trial in Washington China says the now nine and a half thousand cases of corona virus in the country and that at least two hundred and ten people have died early on the World Health Organization declared the outbreak a global health emergency trauma can nine dying comes from the WHO's says the decision is significant this is a a wakeup call to the world that this is now not just a trying to problem more regional problem it's a global problem and by definition when when this decorations made that's the implication it's also a signal to countries like the U. S. like the UK wealthier countries that have that support global health efforts to begin investing in and supporting preparedness in countries that are vulnerable hundreds of foreigners have been leaving the Chinese city of Wuhan whether coronavirus festa managed chance of lines of taking off heading for France and Britain the passengers on both will be quarantined for fourteen days on arrival to ensure that they don't pass the virus on the British prime minister Boris Johnson will hail brexit ounce of moments of national renewal when the U. K. officially leaves the European Union and less than twenty four hours from now in a speech an hour before departure describe brexit as Nelson end but a beginning Britain has been in the E. U. for forty seven years you're listening to the latest world news from the BBC the thirty authorities in the Australian capital Canberra declared a state of emergency is the threat from wild fuzz intensified to gain residents on the southern fringes of the city have been told they should be prepared to evacuate as a heat wave and strong winds increase the fire danger a new study says within the next century cervical cancer could be rusticated across the world studies published in the lancet medical journal say the world health organization's dropped measures to eliminate the council could save sixty two million lives in the next hundred years HPV vaccination cervical screenings and treatments must be introduced worldwide to ensure the counselor is a rather gated professor mom prism from a value investing Canada is one of the study's authors were looking at tension in the nation in low and middle income countries these countries have a high burden of cervical cancer the represents probably about ninety percent of all the cases worldwide and we look at the conditions under which we could reach elimination and we identified that yes hi targets would have to be met to be able to do that which would mean a considerable international financial and political commitment to keep the call human rights group has criticized the Greek government service plans to build a floating Baria in the sea just a migrant boats from reaching lands Amnesty International said the proposal would make it more dangerous for those desperately seeking safety could cost lives migrants trying to reach or often travelled through Turkey to Greece your research by theoretical physicists has the cat that Sega Rachmaninoff was the most innovative can pose the in classical music history the researchers from South Korea built an algorithm which they claimed was capable of judging objectively the originality of nineteen needing composers from the baroque classical and romantic eras they found that man in office pieces contain more original cold sequences Bach Brahms Mendelssohn or even Beethoven BBC news judge by computer yeah thank you very much for that welcome to Newsday Connie shop and James Kopp will with you in the program today everything you need to know about he stays in the impeachment trial of president trump and brexit which is finally happening will speak Janice Strahan worries that he'll have to go into quarantine once he returns from China and will go to NY is yet to speak to a senior UN official that they're worried about the effect Islamist militancy is having on education remember you can text us on anything you hear the number is plus four four seven seven eight six twenty fifteen Democrats have suffered a big setback in a bid to.

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90.3 KAZU

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"justin green" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"BBC news with Justin green many thousands of students across Australia skipping school to Dimond urgent political action against climate change that being joined by people of all ages millions of people in more than a hundred and fifty countries are expected to take part in the international day of climate action. a German research ship is due to settle for what's being described as the biggest arctic scientific expedition ever undertaken the vessel police done we'll embed itself in the sea ice and drift for an entire year hundreds of scientists will visit the ship to use it as a floating platform from which to study the climate taking measurements of the ice the ocean on the atmosphere. the Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has said he deeply regrets that he will black face makeup on several occasions decades ago Mr Trudeau has faced renewed pressure ahead of next month's general election after a series of pictures and footage emerged. Nigerian army has closed down the activities of an international aid organization which it accuses of aiding Boko haram militants the army allege that the organization action against hunger I've been supplying food and drugs to buckle rom on this splinter group. the Saudi led coalition fighting in Yemen says it's attacked he's the rebel targets north of the port of who data a spokesman for the coalition set forth sites we destroyed the who says that the operation breach the ceasefire agreement for who data reached at talks in Sweden last year. the American gun manufacturer cold has announced that it will suspend production of sporting rifles the consumers including the A. off fifteen the semi automatic a off fifteen it's been used in several of the recent mass shootings in the U. S.. on the Rugby World Cup is about to get underway in Japan the first time the tournament is being played in Asia twenty nations are taking part. ABC news. thanks very much Justin hello welcome to.

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"justin green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"justin green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Myth about the moon by the nineteenth century, it was becoming feasible to think of actually going there and then it happened, but was the motivation for this purely scientific curiosity or much to do with politics and did the reality pale next to the imagine moon. Join me and my three expert guests, as we also explore what the moon could still mean for future human existence. We'll be back off the news. BBC news with Justin green projections. From India's general elections, adjust the governing, BJP and its allies led by the prime minister Narendra Modi one on the way for a comfortable with Jordan in the lower house of parliament. The ruling National Democratic Alliance or the NDA is poised to get well, over three hundred seats in the five hundred forty two member house, the leader of the former Colombian rebel group. The fog has reaffirmed his commitment to the peace process saying the party will never return to wall Rodrigo, on Donio was responding to comments from another, former fought come on. Yvonne Marquez who said it had been a mistake for the rebels to hand over their weapons before the accord, with the government had been fully implemented pressure has intensified for the British Prime Minister Theresa may, to step down following the resignation of a key, cabinet minister Andrea led some a prominent campaign of Brexit said she no longer believed in the government's withdrawal. Pum. Polls will open shortly in Britain and the Netherlands to start the process of elections for the European parliament across the EU. The twenty six other Member States will vote over the next three days Britain had intended to leave the EU before the vote, but is taking pods because of the delay in delivering Brexit. A powerful tornado has struck Jefferson City in the capital of the US state of Missouri. The authorities say there's extensive damage with many power lines down. Police have been going door to door searching, the casualties team of historians and archaeologists in the United States, say they've discovered the last ship known to a smuggled slaves from Africa, the remains of the Tilda found at the bottom of the mobile river in Alabama. It's believed the wooden ship was intentionally sunk back in eighteen sixty. And that's the latest BBC news. Welcome back to the forum from the BBC World Service. I'm Roger data on today's program. We're turning our gaze up to the moon an- asking how human understanding of what it is what it means has changed over time still with me is the space, scientists professor, Monica Grady, the artistry, Alexandra loss, and the astronomer, an anthropologist professor, Anthony Vini now, we'd be discussing early religious and mythical ideas about the moon developments understanding about what look like him where it wasn't the sky. The changes brought about by the telescope and Mandic interpretations, the moon in painting and literature. Let's now turn tension to our attempts to actually reach the moon, both real and imagined. It was thought with the fictional Alexander because we tend to think of fiction accounts of journeys to the moon as belonging to the most recent couple of centuries. But actually, it does go back a long way, doesn't it, it does go back long way. I mean, we have descriptions of the moon and offic poetry. Describing that Silva disc. But also thinking of what could be wins five thousand BC, and there, we have ideas about there, being mentioned so building civilization, nothing really, really important, and then clue talk. That's the ancient Greek writer in the first century who talks about the face in the moon is work is called concerning the face which appears in the orb of the moon. So from those early days, probably earlier we are looking for selves in the moon. So this is the first of entrepreneurship image of the moon. And then the second century we have Lucienne and he calls his work true stories. But if clearly not, so he's making what creatures on the moon. So these are ideas and this goes through literature and the fine arts imagining what the moon creepy like to. Let's fast forward, then to the nineteenth century, and one of the most famous moon explosion stories, which is by the French with. Jules verne. From the earth to the moon, and this is equal around them. And why would these books so influential? Well, I think Joe's and then shortly after h g wells novels although fictional works was so important because they put the science or the lunar signs into fiction, so anything came before, and he's a folktales and stories they were very much complete imagination dreams of space travel, and people would send them via strange contraptions all by birds. Whatever. In the eighteen sixties Jews Vern gives us a little bit of scientific information, but how it could be done. How could get the and close examination tells us what she would've imagined could not have worked. But at least he tells scientific terms how we could reach the moon will, let's turn to the other IT mentioned renowned science fiction writer h she wells. He was also inspired by the idea of moon voyages..

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WTMJ 620

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"justin green" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Apartment to try to recover any items three people, including one firefighter retreated at a hospital for non-life threatening injuries, south Milwaukee. Police believe missing thirteen year old's Kayla. Miller might be in the company of other runaway fourteen year olds Both Miller and Alexis Muniz were last seen on Thursday. Police say the two are both possible runaways photos of the teens can be seen right now. With w. Not MJ dot com. Milwaukee police are still investigating a fatal crash and shooting that happened just after two yesterday afternoon near thirty nine th and locust police say the vehicle was chasing another while shooting at it. The driver being chased was jetted after crashing into a tree. And he died at the scene a passenger that vehicle suffered a serious, gunshot wound. While another passenger is suffering from serious crash related injuries. Police say they are still looking for suspects in the pursuing vehicle there is controversy surrounding potential democratic presidential candidate former vice president Joe Biden Lucy floor as a former Nevada politician says the encounter happened right before she took the stage at a campaign rally if that point it wasn't even Joe Biden, it was the second most powerful man in the country. Vice president of the United States of America is. Kimmy and smelling my hair, she came forward with allegations in New York magazine. Friday in a statement to ABC news, Biden spokesperson says neither the vice president nor his staff recall floors describes or got the impression she had been uncomfortable. That's ABC. Stephanie Ramos, good. The brewers. See a new season attendance record in two thousand nineteen Milwaukee. Business journal's marquess says it's possible. But the first two months of the season will be critical games or the weather issues outside whether issues, obviously, you know, because it's cold and their school so obsession, and there's weekday games and stuff. So they are strong in April. And may and are having a great year. I think the crowds are gonna be huge. He tells WTMJ the team should also have a strong business year the year after a successful team had on the field last season, and the bucks are the latest option to help get people safely to Miller park. If they've decided to tailgate early the teams entertainment districts, offering a free shuttle service, four brewers fans on that BP of hospitality. Justin green tells the. Today's four is an extension of what they already offer bucks fans. Want to really make.

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06:03 min | 3 years ago

"justin green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello. I'm Roger data and coming up after the news on the forum look directly down right now. And the chances are you'll be staring at a pair of shoes your own probably. But once these and history behind the footwear you have on. There's more to his shoe, then just it's practical use it says an awful lot about who you are the Nobel prize winning Norwegian, author not Hamson even wrote about his shoes having their own expression and identity something of my own being had gone over into these shoes. They struck me as being a ghost of my person, a breathing thought of myself, and of course, for some the shoe is a symbol of social status. What's more shoe? Production has been a mirror to social cultural and industrial change throughout the ages from individual craftsmanship to mass production sweatshops and robots. That's the forum putting its best foot forward on the meaning and history of shoes. After the news. Hello. I'm Justin green with the BBC news. Donald Trump has said he will wait until after America's partial government shutdown is over at before delivering his state of the union address. The democratic speaker of the house had revoked an invitation to deliver it in the US congress because of the ongoing funding row from Washington. Chris Butler reports Donald Trump had talked about going ahead with his state of the union speech somewhere other than congress. But he says that no venue could compete with its history tradition and importance and that he will wait until the current partial government shutdown is over to deliver the address which seems to set out his goals and agenda for the year ahead. The president is locked in a battle with Democrats over his demands for five billion dollars to build a border wall with Mexico. Roy is left a number of government departments without funding and hundreds of thousands of federal workers not knowing when they will next get paid the Venezuelan leader Nikolas. Adora is facing ever deeper international isolation after neighboring countries joined the United States in recognizing Doha's the of the opposition as interim President, Mr Madurai Oded American diplomats to leave Venezuela. His Candice pit Nicolas Madura is facing. What could be his biggest challenge since he took over from his late mentor. Hugo Chavez five years ago. He won a second term in office last year, but most Venezuela neighbors in the US declared is a sham. The economy is in freefall GDP has since two thousand thirteen malnutrition has soared and millions of Australians have fled the country. Now, the opposition is back on the streets and seems to unified around a single leader the outgoing leader of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Joseph Kabila has urged citizens do you night behind Felix chickadee, the winner of the disputed presidential election, another opposition need Muslim for Gyula claims. The poll was rigged. Ripples later today on the presidential palace. Forty seven year old Joseph Kabila will hand over power to fifty five year old Felix Tshisikedi. It's a historic moment for the country's opposition who has been on the sidelines. Could decades addressing the nation. President could be said he had no regrets and cooled on Congolese to support his successor. Who he said could cool on him for advice at any time. Just a Katy takes office amid limited support nationally and internationally as downs remain about the accuracy of election results. Australia's defense minister says one of its citizens has been detained in China since last weekend is being held on the what's described as residential surveillance. Christopher Pyne who's visiting Beijing restated Australia's request for swift concert actress access to young June a Sydney-based writer who's a prominent critic of the authorities in Beijing. BBC news North Korea's leader, Kim Jong UN is quoted as being pleased with what was termed as President Trump's unusual determination to settle issues between the two countries. His remarks relayed by North Korean state media, come after he received a pass the letter from the president has the two men make preparations for second summit later next month. Talks between the warring factions and a Central African Republic due to get underway in neighboring Saddam today, the country has been caught up in ethnic and religious conflicts since the overthrow of president Francois disease in two thousand thirteen by Muslim rebels. The current government has limited power and swathes of the country are under the control of militias many have been accused of crimes against humanity. The former governor of the Indonesian capital Jakarta, Basuki, Ohio Bernama as free from prison after serving almost two years for blasphemy. Delighted group of supporters greeted the ethnic Chinese Christian as he left the charges against the former governor also known as a hawk sent it on a remark he made about his Muslim rivals using Karani verse to say that people should not vote for him because he was a non Muslim his case raised concerns about the growing influence of religious hardliners in Indonesia. Scientists have succeeded in using a hot water drill to cut a two kilometre deep hole through the Antarctic ice sheet to the underlying sediment. Jonathan Amos has the story. It's taken the British Antarctic survey years to perfect the technique in the west of the continent in a place known as the rut foot ice stream the team had to work fast as soon as they withdrew the hose the whole began to rephrase but the instruments the scientists succeeded in putting the ice bed. We'll tell them how the sheet moves across the underlying sediments. It's information that will be critical to computer models who tried to project the future state of Antarctica in a warming world BBC news. When the body.

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"justin green" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"justin green" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"BBC World Service with Connie shop. And Ben j president fully Democratic Republic of Congo Felix. Jesse Keti prepares for his inauguration. But will he be accepted by those who to speak to the election was fat? The so called gay conversion therapist, who's quit. He wants claim to change clients sexually. He now says he's looking for a boyfriend and remembering Oliver motorcade seek we'll be live in Zimbabwe. PC news with Justin green president. Trump says he'll deliver his state of the union address after the US government has been fully reopened in an apparent concessions. The Democrats speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi miss Pelosi had revoked an earlier invitation to give the speech at the house of representatives because of an ongoing shutdown of some government departments. Mr. Trump was threatening to consider an alternative venue. The United States has rejected a move by Venezuela to break diplomatic ties saying it does not recognize nNcholas Maduro as having the legal authority to expel diplomats. The secretary of state Mike Pompeo referred to Mr. Maduro as the former Venezuelan president. He said the United States would instead conduct relations with the opposition Nita one Guido, the outgoing leader of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Joseph Kabila as citizens to unite behind the winner of the dispute. Presidential election failures Tshisekedi is due to be sworn in later today. His victory was confirmed in the courts despite strong claims by another opposition leader Martin for ULA that the poll was rigged talks between the warring factions in the Central African Republic due to get underway in neighboring Sudan today, the country has been caught up in ethnic militias conflict since the overthrow of president Francois disease in two thousand thirteen by Muslim rebels. Australian defense minister says one of its citizens has been held in China since last weekend is under residential surveillance. Christopher Pyne who's been visiting Beijing restated Australia's request for swift consular access to young Jun a Sydney-based writer who's been a critic of the Chinese authorities. British scientists have succeeded in using a hot water drill to cut a two kilometre deep hole through the antibiotic ice sheet to the underlying sediment, they hope to work out how the ice is moving. BBC news. Thank you very much, indeed stadium, spend James and Connie shot with you on me. Stay on the BBC world said it's not one thing to listen out for this half hour, we're going to speak live to a Ugandan actor and director, you know, the work of John cigar? If you're listening to us on FM in Uganda this morning, we're going to talk to him about new rules for artists like him. They proposed by the authorities vetting of scripts. The same song lyrics as well. We'll get his take and how much is it today with the challenge to the government's politician and pop star, Bobby wine. They start in.

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Amazon's quarterly profits tops $2B for first time

BBC World Service

03:18 min | 3 years ago

Amazon's quarterly profits tops $2B for first time

"That's all coming up after this bulletin of world. News? Hello I'm Justin green with the BBC news North Korea's handed over the remains of fifty five American soldiers killed during the Korean war in the. Nineteen fifties is the first step in the process of repatriation of fallen, soldiers which was agreed at last month's summit between President Trump on the North Korean, leader Kim Jong UN nor Baker reports in the Asana airbase south of. Seoul Thousands of US. Soldiers and their families stood in. Silence as the small wooden caskets containing the remains of those killed in action during the Korean war arrived at this US base more than five thousand American soldiers who died between nineteen fifty hundred fifty three are still unaccounted for in North Korea President Trump called him fallen warriors and. Said that he and Kim Jong reached. An agreement on the repatriation of remains during their summit last month in Singapore the return coincides, with the sixty fifth anniversary of the signing of the armistice agreement. Which. Ended the Korean war US government says more than eighteen hundred children separated from their parents as they illegally crossed the border from Mexico have now. Been reunited with their families or released more than seven hundred others remain, in custody Chris Buckler reports court deadline to reunite all of them has ni- past, seven hundred eleven children are still not back with, their parents the authorities Claimed legitimate reasons for keeping some children apart including concerns for their welfare but in more than half of the cases the children's families have already left the US or being deported campaigners say there's currently no coherent plan. To reunite them and the government's figures suggest, they are still working through the records too much dozens of the children with their parents Imran Khan the former cricket legend who set to become Pakistan's next. Prime minister said he wants to. Unite the country under his leadership said the election was clean but he's willing to investigate his rivals claims of vote-rigging in the general election they accuse him of colluding with the army Mr. Khan's party is likely to emerge as the largest in parliament the online retail giant Amazon has. Announced twelvefold increase in quarterly profits Dave. Lee reports there was a time when Amazon was simply an online store now it's more accurate. To call Call it an empire estimates suggest as many as half of all online sales in the. US Amazon it's not stopping there it's plans, to disrupt the global healthcare industry have just started but if there's one thing that could stop Amazon it's Washington some. Members of congress have expressed concern about market dominance and President Trump tweeted recently the he thought Amazon should be investigated. Many suspect, his motivation may be driven by the fact Jeff. Bezos is now the world's richest man also owns the Washington Post you're listening to the latest world, news from the BBC the Greek government says it believes the deadly wildfires near, the capital may have been started deliberately earlier. The defense minister said that buildings constructed without authorization had blocked escape. Routes angry survivors have. Accused officials are being slow to.

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Jakarta, Indonesia and Brown discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Jakarta, Indonesia and Brown discussed on BBC World Service

"The chance to make a new life or is it time to close the doors on an endless stream if humanity that's all after a summary of the news bbc news with justin green abbas says it might have to pull out a britain if the government fails to agree a brexit deal with the eu the company which makes the wings for its planes in britain said repeatedly tried to raise its concerns with the government but without success junk road yonker the president of the european commission says the block will do whatever's necessary to safeguard its trade interests he was speaking as the eu imposed additional tariffs on over three billion dollars worth of american products it's in retaliation for us levies on steel and aluminium foxconn giant manufacturer of electronic components as voiced alarm at trade tensions between the us and china it's taiwanese founder and chairman terry go described the threat of a trade war as the biggest challenge to the company foxconn makes products for brown's including apple and intendo in indonesia a cleric and supporter of socalled islamic state has been sentenced to death by fire firing squad for his role and a terror attack ackman abderrahmane was found guilty of masterminding a deadly assault on central jakarta two years ago which is said it perpetrated greece's finance minister you kid stock alattas has welcomed a major deal in which eurozone countries agreed on a repayment joe for the country's dead he said greece was turning a new page or what he called this historic moment north and south korean delegations discussing how to resume reunions of families separated by the korean war sixty years ago there haven't been any for three years but at that summit in april the two countries leaders vowed to try and revive the reunions many of those affected a now in their eighties and the american bike sharing service lime is launching an electric scooter scheme in paris today earlier in the us lime started a bicycle high company but it found demand was ten times higher once it launch scooters bbc news you're listening to the real story.

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Venezuela AG says 68 dead after riot, fire at police station

BBC World Service

02:20 min | 4 years ago

Venezuela AG says 68 dead after riot, fire at police station

"Bbc news with justin green sixty eight people have died in venezuela following a fire under riot at a police station and the city of valencia reports say the high number of those killed was most likely due to a fire which started after inmates ignited mattresses as they tried to break out a lawyer for the kenyan opposition medina guna says his client was dragged an injured when he was deported to buy the lawyer cliff i'm beta said a team of lawyers had gone to nairobi airport where guna was being held to serve court papers on the police ordering his release but mr and betas that they were also attacked the nobel peace prize winner malala yousafzai has returned to pakistan for the first time since being shot by taliban militants nearly six years ago malala who's now age twenty was shot in the head by gunman for campaigning for female education the south korean news agency says president moon jaein will meet the north korean leader kim jong un on april the twenty seventh the date was announced after officials from north and south korea held talks about the summit in the border village of pamunjom president trump has sacked his veteran affairs secretary david schulkin he's nominated the white house physician rear admiral ronnie jackson to the post british prime minister is touring the united kingdom on thursday tomorrow the one year run up to britain's official departure from the european union theresa may's expected to talk to be amount her vision of unity free trade and future economic prosperity the country remains deeply divided about the referendum result a chief sponsor of crooked australia has ended its contract because of the ball tampering scandal the fund manager mcgowan said recent events inconsistent with the company's values the sporting goods from act terminated its relationship with david warner and cameron bancroft two of the players involved bbc news you're listening to the thought show on the bbc world service i'm jordan dunbar and i'm newsy mcneil coming up as machines merge into our lives in ever more intimate ways how do we know the technology recreating is going to do the right thing but before that here's kit lomborg.

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