35 Burst results for "Kandahar"

The History of BLW with its Founding Philosopher Gill Rapley, PhD

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

04:10 min | 2 weeks ago

The History of BLW with its Founding Philosopher Gill Rapley, PhD

"The baby led weaning book. That you co authored. It is a must read and without sounding dramatic. It's certainly considered to be like the bible of the baby led weaning movement. And i was wondering if you could tell us a little bit about the process of turning your research into a book a little bit more about what the environment in infant feeding was like back when you wrote the first edition. Well i guess the first thing to say is that really. My research was very minimal to that point. Eight pence how define research. I haven't done any formal research very small for my master's degree which was around the time. The six months kind of rule was coming in two thousand. And one two. And so on a qualify. My masters i think it was two thousand five but it was a very small caught that one handgun was accumulation of a lot of information and anecdotal stories and reports from parents and my observations of babies. But as you said the environment at the time was very much we would starting at four months and so we weren't thinking of Six months as being anything other than a step along the way and the book wasn't actually started things. It may appear that in context of the countries that was the case but actually it was already spreading in the uk and in fact in the netherlands. Interestingly from late two thousand and one and two thousand two onwards by word of mouth by internet and so on the book was actually something that came a bit later by that time had little parents emailing me with questions that i was on seraing individually. They were also telling me that they were struggling because what happened when the recommended age changed the guidelines to how to go about it didn't change accordingly so as long mom. Put it to me. I've been given this leaflet by my health visitor. Think aren't she said about. How solid food. But i swear they've just gone through it with search and wherever it sexual six months. They've changed it six months but most of what's written doesn't refer to my six months old. She doesn't want to be spoon fed. She's pushing aside. She wants to grab a food unsure. That seem to have been the case so there was this mismatch between the guidelines. Won't parents discovering if they went to six months which had never really been addressed before those six knots. It always been that as an option. Nobody had really looked at how things might be different. If you wanted to. The baby was that old is an actual six months that time and a half the age they are four months babies mature incredibly quickly as we all know so i was getting these questions and queries from parents on separate them was saying you should want to talk about this thought well maybe on a kandahar faulty to tempt with another collaborates i. I knew i couldn't do it on my then somebody actually me is spoke. Hi will so. I thought well probably better get on with it. Then then i had a phone call ounce of the blue from a journalist tracy market and she had learned about baby that waning while she was on maternity. Leave with horon baby. I thought it was absolutely the best thing and was dating. Pretty much evangelical about sharing information with other people the she don't. She stopped by pitching a choose independent. Joe is pitch piece to a magazine or newspaper about babyhood weaning and she thought she'd better interview the person at the heart of it. All which was me on she off me a book about this on my pulls it and third well and then there was a kind of felt like several seconds of silence. And then. I said you would want to book with me. Where'd you tracy. And she said well you know am. I am basically that was it. We'd never met. We didn't know each show that we've been met few times kinda of tentatively to sound each other out and kind of the rest is history. Amazing wanted just one of those moments that you grab as it's passing or it's calm and love that story. I've never heard it and love that you described tracy burqa as being evangelical about sharing the message that you started and i can completely identify with that like once. You have that confidence and you see or child doing what they were designed to do you just kind of want to shout it from the rooftops. So i'm so glad that she connected with you

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"kandahar" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast

The Foxhole Podcast

03:20 min | 2 months ago

"kandahar" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast

"Amazing. What do so. I just really wanted. just a really. Thank you for coming on indefinitely giving us like leadership episode. I mean we haven't really had kind of that kind of episode and there was a lot of great things he said mayor. But i you know. I i can cut this out if it's personal for you but when you were talking to the guinea your your buddy that died on your first day. What was his name left. Justin boys yeah. He got killed And no it's not too personal to me it's actually honoring justin So i'll go over actually all the guys so often. Justin boys was killed on the twenty sixth of october. Two thousand nine from a while on foot patrol hit a you know a personal it which took about Just when he was a dad He was a officer was dad husband. Didn't own for a long time. But neelam long enough young comma buddy right and i remember actually his ramp ceremony and the seen another buddy of mine. Who is good buddies with. Just really good buddies with justin this looking at each other and you know just hugging good. He's like yeah. Yeah i'll be good. Look y'all got you right having that moment so the first one and the as a hinted at we lost a interpreter. In the first month he was assassinated whack for being an interpreter to to us. So that didn't know him that well but still it was just like it's home right and then and then We lost the Another member of her unit corporal. Darren fitzpatrick his similar type. Things on in the for fitzy He made it home to canada. At least to say bye to his parents so in honoring him because we're stationed out of canada. Her airfield the big basin. Candle her That's where spend a lot of my time on canadians being canadians. We built a ball hockey rink there. So having you know we play ball hockey. It was a good stress. Relief right and So my team Being team captain on my team so when he died we wrote fits on our shirts that would play with and we end up winning the kandahar stanley cup and the camera hockey league and So up saying you know this was this was For fits i grabbing the microphone. The rink was surrounded. So the funny part was my my unit. We end up having to teams in the league and the finals was Almost team warren versus omelette team to for and so the same unit playing each other for the championship and Just making it one Longer games normal because we had an op coming and been able to do like a series type thing so It was both of us at the end The microphone explained that the our team had fits written on our shirts because we had lost one of our teammates due to action and And the mirror..

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"kandahar" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast

The Foxhole Podcast

03:32 min | 2 months ago

"kandahar" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast

"Life but the problem that we ran at which she kind of lewd to their brock was a newer in there for the short term. They knew that we were there. They they see us canadians. Show up and seven of ten months. Later i'd go home and new guy was show up and those relationships start all over again and that was a common problem throughout the whole country with with isaf because we would be costly rotating troops in and out and and building those harden lines for them. It's very personal like they hold you. Want how holding grudges over here like they hold family vendettas for generations like no. I won't do business with this person our own help that person. Because their grandfather's grandfather grandfather dishonored mine. Like something happened like eighty ninety years ago still being passed so when we're talking like oh yeah. We got five year plan or three year. Plan to get afghanistan back up on his feet like it's a blank to them so that's things were fighting against. But today i could have thought about all this stuff. You know wondering if three fingers was taliban wondering if any if abdul was the taliban. I can wonder about that or it could be like okay. Good job to do over here to do a job. So let's get on with it. And if i can confer if one of these guys is taliban and i can convert them from being taliban to you know seen our side and least than its job complete mission complete right. I can go to sleep at night. So that's kind of how i went about it but you're right like a you can think about that stuff and i thought about that stuff more so after i got home by being over there. Sure sure and the fact that you're still into factories still active is You know you're you're pushing twenty years right. Yep yeah twin. Pretty much twenty years now. Incredible and to be active to. I know we talked a lot of veterans and with myself and matthew can attest to this. But you don't quite take it all in until you have that separation for you know. Sometimes it takes a couple of months sometimes takes a couple of years but You don't really have that appreciation until you've completely disconnected from from the environment itself in. It's not it's not an easy thing to do But while you're in like you said you've just kind of keeping your head down and daily kind of checking the list ranked going down the list and trying to check the box but Soon because i know you're coming up on on retirement or getting out pretty soon but Hopefully you'll have that time to kind of reflect and you know take it all in and appreciate the the things that you're you're able to to accomplish over there. It's interesting because i remember. When i got my metal pin on me over there and i was like i don't deserve this because i felt like we just nothing so you go through the impostor syndrome. Rain is like oh here for seven months. And what do we actually do what to be actually accomplished a adult. Deserve this blah blah blah went through that whole process and and then when you get back on when we kind of reflect on it and a start telling people start asking you stories. You told them certain things kind of conversations like we're having right now. Like in people's minds launder like like wait.

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UN: Child Malnutrition Soars in War-torn Yemen

UN News

03:34 min | 4 months ago

UN: Child Malnutrition Soars in War-torn Yemen

"The children of Yemen are suffering acute malnutrition president at rights as the world's worst humanitarian crisis grinds on UN agencies have warned in an alert based on new food security analysis in some areas more than one in four children is acutely malnourished. said the UN Children's fund UNICEF along with the World Food Programme, WFP and the Office for the Coordination of humanitarian, affairs or. They cited data from one hundred and thirty three districts in southern parts of Yemen which are home to one point four, million children under five. It revealed a ten percent increase in acute trish in so far this year even worse is the more than fifteen percent rise in children suffering from severe acute malnutrition meaning that at least ninety, eight, thousand under-fives are at high risk of dying without urgent medical treatment from Geneva. Here's UNICEF spokesperson Eczema. Kado. The most significant increase is among young children who suffer from inferior acute malnutrition. This is a condition that leaves children around ten times more likely to die. Z's as such as cholera, diarrhoea, malaria, or acute respiratory infections, all of which are common in Yemen. According to Wip by the of twenty, twenty, four in ten people in surveyed areas of Yemen about three point, two million people are likely to be severely food insecure data for the remaining districts. Northern Yemen has yet to be published, but the situation is expected to be equally concerning based on historical trends. Fighting between government on non-state actors has continued in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province where civilians have been killed thousands displaced the UN hazard an update from Austria, the UN Humanitarian Aid Office reported that more than two weeks since clashes began near Lashkar Gah city. The security situation remains volatile while talks between the Afghan government and Taliban representatives continue in Qatar fighting has also been reported along the road connecting Chicago with Kandahar city in the East with improvised explosive devices planted on main highways continuing to threaten those looking for shelter. Amid attacks affecting fifteen medical facilities, the World Health Organization W. H.. O.. Also reported that the closure of clinics has affected thousands of people although handful of partially reopened. Science needs to be more accessible, transparent, and in tune with people's needs if global threats like the covid nineteen pandemic ought to be overcome effectively, you agency heads said on Tuesday in a joint appeal for free access to scientific reviews, data tools, and software audrey. Azoulay. From yes. Go Ted Ross at an Gabri ACIS from the World Health Organization has. Michelle Bachelet High Commissioner for Human Rights called on the international community to take all necessary measures to make this happen with the additional support of Fabiola Gianotti who had Sunday European Laboratory for particle physics. The appeal also intends to promote trust in research and technology at a time when rumors and. False information I increasingly common in a statement UNESCO the UN agency for Education Science and Culture said that the recent response of the scientific community to the cave nineteen pandemic has demonstrated how well open science can accelerate the achievement of scientific solutions to global challenges. But the agency insisted that sustainable solutions to global threats require an efficient transparent and vibrant scientific effort from everyone in society not just scientists in line with the wishes of UN member states UNESCO is developing guidelines explaining how countries can implement open science policies to bring citizens closer to science and how they can commit to helping to share scientific knowledge around the World

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Thousands displaced by fighting in southern Afghanistan

UN News

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Thousands displaced by fighting in southern Afghanistan

"N. teams have deployed in southern Afghanistan, where fighting has displaced tens of thousands of people. It follows days of intensifying clashes between Afghan national security forces, and the Taliban near Chicago city in Helmand province peace talks between the two sides began last month in Canada in an alert the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs orcher said that to assessment teams have assisted of. People so far accessing affected areas is dangerous as the highway between Kandahar and Lashkar is off limits because of the risk of improvised explosive devices citing local authorities reported that thirty five thousand people are now sheltering in Chicago city and that hundreds of casualties are receiving medical care. But disruption to electricity and telecommunications networks has affected the work of humanitarian partners and raised concerns that tens of thousands may lose access to critical health

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"kandahar" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

06:08 min | 9 months ago

"kandahar" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

"On the original image where we try to learn to end their lining correlation between. Each part of the cells and how they function as the hope, and that's another part of the. Analyze. You mentioned the auto encoder part. Elaborate on what exactly that's doing. Okay, sure so. I showed an example in the in my life. There say I see fell boundaries like this i. see the a patent like this and they and then can we use these two piece of information just purely taking the image? To predict veered the metal. Kandahar shoot leave so there must be a there. There might be a correlation between the position of your. Mitochondria conditioned on the shape and. Shape of the sale and the DNA? So this is all the. ENCODER is trying to learn so basically I. Take this I'm trying to reconstruct it. If I'm to reconstruct it and I surrounded this process. I learned some correlation. Between the Mitochondria and the of the Bell, and the position of the DNA, things that, so by doing this we are trying to model the relationship between the different structures I'm not. I make clear, but once you've you've done that, and you've got this hit representation in your auto encoder. How are you using that? Yeah that is actually. We'll give us loss of that. That's something we want to try to make some biological interpretation. Say what are the correlation? And how should we interpret from biological? Come respective, so we that that's something we are doing right now to give it. About biological interpretation. Got It got it, so that part is ongoing. Yes, okay cool, and then just quickly. The third part of the tool kit that you mentioned is the visualize earlier. Had A folks use the visualizes that? You just kind of agree that you know sits on some data structures in allows you to look at these images that you've generated or what all's going on in there? Yes, so we build this..

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Nevada's culinary union decides not to endorse a Democratic candidate

Dave Ramsey

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Nevada's culinary union decides not to endorse a Democratic candidate

"The most influential union in Nevada politics the culinary union has decided to stay out of the state's democratic presidential caucuses next Saturday union secretary and treasurer geo Kandahar Guerra Klein put it this way we want everybody seeing gold up only to call candidate right now when they had a great people the move though denies candidates who aggressively courted the group from getting a major leg up in the states upcoming

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"kandahar" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"kandahar" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"We still have well suite two thousand to twenty five hundred extra month which is a blessing did you say you own a house or yes Sir okay then that would go towards baby steps of the six yes and where are you in Kandahar knockers are you done the math and I can kind of throw everything extra to the house and have a kind of paid off between six to eight years or do I split between maxing out the IRA's and coding you know that's a thousand dollars extra to the mortgage yeah the data that we have from during the largest study on millionaires ever done says that the typical millionaire one of the key elements to them reaching that level of wealth is getting a paid off phone and it's always been our baby step seven for thirty years and we've been teaching it to get every step six pay off the house early seven is your debt free in your Max everything out and and it's always worked to have people putting fifteen percent of their income in retirement and everything else towards the house and as soon as the house is gone all you've got left to do then is investing be outrageously generous and have a blast and and some yeah that's the route you need to go in and just lets it sounds like you got a couple grand a month to throw your baby step six right now and that's exactly what I would be doing I meant thank you all right Sherman is with us in New York K. Sherman how are you great day very doing better than I deserve what's up I need a question about my came whether or not I should pay off my student loans early with the extra tax but I have why wouldn't you put it towards well it's got a low percent three percent or you might get on your savings one percent yeah one Chris is that true com I answered your own question I guess so I also then use my I had a I had like ninety thousand cash savings while waiting out where do you get that yes in saving David David how old are you I'm forty three okay often and how much is that it's nine thousand is what's left okay so you got you still got eighty one thousand Bucks left that's true I just like it the numbers grow in that yeah yeah well I grow faster now that you don't have a student loan bag bargain you down that's true well with them about it listen your most powerful wealth building tool is your income you have proven that because even though you suck as an investor and put the money at one percent you still have accumulated almost a hundred grand well done so you've proven that your income is your wealth building tool so let's get that much more of your income back by getting rid of the student loans staying completely debt free getting that free staying debt free and then build up you know you you need to allocate a portion of this over for an emergency fund and the rest of you need start investing you own a home I do I have a I own a home I had to do ten left on the mortgage okay what email or two I make one forty five man you're doing great you don't grains so I probably heard me talk me talk to these baby steps right yeah yeah so that's exactly what I would do is to apply that to your situation and so that that would be debt free today how much of the nine is your emergency fund set that aside add a crummy right of return the rest of it I'm not in our moving the rest that money let's say we put I don't know we put eighty one thousand left after the student loan and we put thirty south thirty one allegiance fifty K. to do something else with thirty your emergency fund maybe I'm just making this up and show you what he can do the fifty K. what we're gonna walking up the baby steps for five six you have kids don't single back okay cool and so you're going straight to maybe step six are paying office house early and so what I want you to do if I were in your shoes because paid off house is one of the keys to becoming a millionaire they op so that the the what I want you to start getting as big a high out of watching that mortgage drop as you did this savings account increase okay because it's more conducive to you becoming wealthy then putting money in the savings account one percent you understand got it yeah yeah just think about it if you make a hundred forty grand you're single guy who's very disciplined which you are you do have done a great job okay because you don't have the talking by end of this with you and you're good at talking you into it you don't have to drag some are you trying to drag a spouse along right okay so yeah you know you you make a hundred forty five thousand dollars and let's visit you for years from today and you don't even have a mortgage yeah I would be great you know how much you can save them yes Walmart it's gonna go I mean you'll you'll be seven ten thousand dollars a month yeah in in you know how quick that turns into it several million dollars really quick really quick so let let's walk these baby steps out there there for a reason they're not that that they are easy to understand but the implications of them are profound should just because they're easy to grasp doesn't mean they're not sophisticated so lets us welcome out man because you're going to hand you are doing so good and you've got all the ingredients for a guide to just go into a rocket ship as far as wealth building goes without having to do some high risk get rich quick crap okay so you really have done great good job good job good job open phones at triple eight eight two five five two two five you jump in we'll talk about your life and your money Kay is in California Hey que how are you great are so glad to talk to you you too my husband yeah thanks we are in eighty six seven and I think I just turned fifty at the end of twenty nineteen and I'm wondering where I should invest more than fifteen percent to take advantage of the catch up contribution yes okay you don't have to eat all you're doing is investing in anytime we load up a four oh one K. or Roth IRA or anything orders keeping the government's hands off of money I've been in.

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2 US service members killed in roadside bomb attack in Afghanistan

Sisters In Law with Janice and Davida Mathis

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

2 US service members killed in roadside bomb attack in Afghanistan

"NATO says two US soldiers were killed and two others wounded by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan the NATO led military command issued a statement today saying the troops were on patrol in Kandahar province when their armored vehicle hit an improvised explosive device the Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack the Pentagon is not releasing the names of the service members involved until their families could be notified the president of Iran is calling the unintentional downing of a commercial jetliner a disastrous mistake Iran's military says a Ukrainian Boeing seven thirty seven carrying one hundred seventy six people was mistakenly shot down Wednesday because of human error there were no survivors Iran initially denied any involvement in the crash on Twitter today president Hassan Rouhani said the Islamic Republic of Iran deeply regrets this disastrous

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2 US troops killed by roadside bomb in Afghanistan

Sisters In Law with Janice and Davida Mathis

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

2 US troops killed by roadside bomb in Afghanistan

"NATO says two US soldiers were killed and two others wounded by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan the NATO led military command issued a statement today saying the troops were on patrol in Kandahar province when their armored vehicle hit an improvised explosive device the Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack the Pentagon is not releasing the names of the service members involved until their families could be

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2 US service members killed in roadside bomb attack in Afghanistan

Sisters In Law with Janice and Davida Mathis

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

2 US service members killed in roadside bomb attack in Afghanistan

"Mrs two US soldiers were killed and two others wounded by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan the NATO led military command issued a statement today saying the troops were on patrol in Kandahar province when their armored vehicle hit an improvised explosive device the Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack the Pentagon is not releasing the names of the service members involved until their families could be

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2 US troops killed by roadside bomb in Afghanistan

Sisters In Law with Janice and Davida Mathis

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

2 US troops killed by roadside bomb in Afghanistan

"NATO says two US soldiers were killed and two others wounded by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan the NATO led military command issued a statement today saying the troops were on patrol in Kandahar province when their armored vehicle hit an improvised explosive device the Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack the Pentagon is not releasing the names of the service members involved until their families could be

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2 American troops killed by roadside bomb in Afghanistan

Real Estate 101 with Mary Gill

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

2 American troops killed by roadside bomb in Afghanistan

"Says two US soldiers were killed and two others wounded by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan the NATO led military command issued a statement today saying the troops were on patrol in Kandahar province when their armored vehicle hit an improvised explosive device the Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack the Pentagon is not releasing the names of the service members involved until their families could be

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Military says 2 US troops killed, 2 injured when vehicle hit by roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Military says 2 US troops killed, 2 injured when vehicle hit by roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan

"To American service members killed when their vehicle hit by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan's Kandahar province two other service members were injured in the attack the Taliban has claimed responsibility CBS news military analyst and retired army major Mike Lyons says the U. S. is still training Afghan security forces in the region the service members there are still very much in harm's way as they work alongside the Afghan security forces who really bear the brunt of this but still as US forces try to train inspire and make sure that they don't commit similar mistakes over these are the kind of attacks that the Taliban can make that step can have significant input with regard to whether or not we continue these

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Two U.S. service members killed in Afghanistan

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Two U.S. service members killed in Afghanistan

"Two United States service members are dead this morning two others injured after their vehicle hit an I. E. D. in Kandahar province in Afghanistan the US led coalition is confirmed the deaths they were there conducting operations for NATO's resolute support mission last year the deadliest in five years for the U. S. in Afghanistan twenty three service members lost their lives in

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Military says 2 US troops killed, 2 injured when vehicle hit by roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan

Home Sweet Home Chicago

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Military says 2 US troops killed, 2 injured when vehicle hit by roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan

"Behind it two American service members killed and two others injured when their vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan today the Taliban immediately took responsibility for the attack which it said happened in Kandahar

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Explosion occurs near polling station in Afghan city of Kandahar

NPR News Now

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Explosion occurs near polling station in Afghan city of Kandahar

"Is underway in Afghanistan's presidential election against a backdrop of violence the BBC's show Abby Sharifi reports. There's been an an explosion at a polling place in Kandahar and as many as fifteen people have been wounded both see I've gone security authorities as well as the F. One Independent Elections Commission has got the most difficult test today elections we have had six of them in the last eighteen years but security officials jointly by the Afghan election workers assuring people that they have enough measures in place to securities securities polling centres

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"kandahar" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"kandahar" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"City of Kandahar there was no immediate claim of responsibility part of the Arctic Ocean is now passable with out an icebreaking ship and bears a backer Herscher reports ice is receding from the arctic coast earlier because of climate change the amount of sea ice in the arctic ocean fluctuates each year there's a lot of ice in the winter and less ice in the summer but even in the summer there used to be so much ice the chips needed to use ice breakers to get through but as the earth has gotten hotter the ice has receded so much that there's open water and not open water is happening earlier and earlier in the year satellite images from yesterday currently show open water along the coast of arctic Russia that means the so called northeast passage is now open this is the third earliest opening date and not part of the Arctic Ocean since satellite observations began in nineteen seventy nine Rebecca Herscher NPR news officials say they're investigating a case in which a North Carolina county was scammed by bogus contractors counties as employees were following protocol when they transferred two and a half million dollars it would account they believe was set aside for construction of a new high school criminals who appear to have valid ID and signed approvals were posing as contractors building the school in Cabarrus county North Carolina they transferred the money into their account I'm Jack Speer NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where employers can post jobs and use greener questions to build their short list of preferred candidates learn more at indeed dot com slash higher and the corporation for public broadcasting thank you for listening to All Things Considered on ninety point three K. AZ you I'm Mary Jane Peters support for Casey you comes from the Cabrillo festival presenting orchestral music of our time for our time including two works by Wynton Marsalis and tan dun's epic new issue now through August eleventh at the Santa Cruz civic details at Cabrillo music dot org the time is five oh six it's All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Audie Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro it's night too for the Democrats and a whole new cast of candidates will be on stage at their debate in Detroit last night was very much a battle of ideas.

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Afghan 'insider attack' kills two US soldiers in Kandahar

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Afghan 'insider attack' kills two US soldiers in Kandahar

"Day after two US troops were murdered in Afghanistan by an Afghan soldier her turned on them this new U. N. report saying Afghans in NATO or killing more civilians in the Taliban fox's Simoneau ones live in London Dave the U. N. counting seven hundred and seventeen Afghan civilians killed in the first top of the gap by either Afghan security forces or allied countries including the United States that figure up by nearly a said on the same spell last year that's compared with five hundred and says he wants to Betty and scales by the Taliban and other militant groups to report says three hundred the medicines victims were directly targeted the US military is disputing the findings US officials are talking to the Taliban about sending the Afghan war now nearly eighteen

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Taliban attack kills 8 election officials in Afghanistan

Radiolab

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Taliban attack kills 8 election officials in Afghanistan

"Taliban militants have carried out a suicide attack on the office of Afghanistan's independent election commission in Kandahar, killing at least eight people can't Hawes provincial. Police chief said full vehicles, packed with the explosives have been detonated during the attack in Maruf district Afghan security forces also said, also said to have suffered

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Battle for legitimacy: Afghanistan v the Taliban

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:32 min | 1 year ago

Battle for legitimacy: Afghanistan v the Taliban

"Afghan militants and American officials sat down for their latest round of negotiations in Qatar last week, even as violence continued almost eighteen years since merica and other NATO members invaded Afghanistan. The Taliban is still a powerful and lethal force. Earlier this month an attack by the insurgency group on an American run compound in Kabul, spread chaos and left at least five people dead. In response to the unrelenting violence, America and its allies are now, negotiating with the Taliban seeking withdrawal in exchange for commitment from the group, not harbor terrorists on the ground in Afghanistan are plenty of clues as to why the Taliban has been so hard to beat. So I found myself at this truck stop outside candidate city in southern Afghanistan know, sat on rug of the t there was this kind of enormous storm coming in Daniels is an international correspondent, at the economist, he's been recently reporting enough ghanistan, and these guys told me about what it's like to drive across Afghanistan, they drove all over the country carrying goods. And they, you know, they told me about how they get stopped all the time. By with guns. They get stopped by the Taliban and they get stopped by the Afghan army. And by the police, and what they told me is that, you know, difference between the two, you know, both groups are guys with guns who wanna take money from you. But when you get stopped by the Taliban, there's a kind of fixed fees, they, they look at what you've got and they charge you a fee and they give you a receipt, and you can charge that to your customers. Whereas the government is different. They stop you every time and they just take whatever they can they rob you? So you know what that told me is that the Taliban kind of more organized in some ways than the Afghan government. And that's a problem. And why, why were you in Afghanistan, what were you trying to find out what I wanted to? Find out is why of the eighteen years and almost a trillion dollars and so much support the reason to government in Afghanistan that sort of capable of holding territory that with all the backing of a superpower. Why is it that the Afghan states is not able to win the war with this kind of ragtag group? Taliban. And so you went to kinda hard to find out. Yeah. So I went to Kandahar, and I went to Kabul and Kabul, I met governments fficials and diplomats and people who trying to do this from the top, and then in Kandahar, and I went tonight, talk to ordinary people lorry-drivers and police officers Newsom officials to see kind of their how basil things at the ground level. And what did you learn? So one person I went to see was the governor guy could hire to the higher anything to. He just recently arrived in Kandahar. He's sort of in charge of trying to, to make this place work. And he's very insistent about how important Kandahar is to Afghanistan. The heart is key. If Kandahar is safe of montesano safe it come to hurry, stabilize. So it's devised. He points out that this is really the heart of Afghanstan a place where the first true independent, Afghan state emerged in the eighteenth, century. It's also where the Taliban themselves came from the nineteen nineties Muller, Omar, who is the leader of the Taliban lived in Kandahar. You visited Kabul twice when the Alabama and control it was really one of those places that they, they were adamant in two thousand and one that they would hold onto and NATO troops invaded. And, and so this ambitious new governor, what's, what's his plan. What he talks about the need to recreate the relationship between the government and people make people trust the government and give them reason. To back the government, as opposed to the Taliban was assigned to come here to bring or establish that relation between the central government and, and Kandahar thing relation was a bit weak. He you know, he concedes some real problems in can how that, that the government is not very countable that things need to change. We have people here were here for the last seventeen or eighteen years and are not capable of their jobs, as far as the income is concerned. I think the whole thing is not going into the government pockets, you can see that the Taliban that they have their support that they influential would, you mean when you say that they have influence in, in LeBron's like Kandahar, what do they actually control in terms of actual control in Canada? How the Taliban, they didn't have that much territory, daring control of, but there's sort of a lot more. Influential in places that are not in control of so they're able to mount attacks and plums. And things, but they're also able to work with farmers is a lot of people growing opium in Canada. Opium poppies, which they sell to Taliban middlemen, who, who often do things like provide seek capital who helped people grow, so that they can take chunk of the prophets later, they quite organized in that sense. And that stretches even beyond the parts of the country that they control. And I suppose with this level of organization. And if you like community involvement, that, that gives them a lot of legitimacy notwithstanding, the violent part, I mean, legitimacy is quite strong, but they more legitimate than the government, and that sort of all that they need to be. They're not popular Taliban people don't like them, but they will turn to them, because they're so dissatisfied with the actual government as these talks with America play out and discussion turns to, to draw down from from American troops. How do you think Dr would respond? What would it look like? So that's the big open question is just what happens. So the Afghan government if the support, it's getting from America is disappears, or is, is reduced a lot. They really rely on kind of American military support to be able to still controlled territory. And I think the, the big fear is that the Taliban be able to come back, they'll be able to take a lot more territory. There'd be able to really operate more in the open and have a great deal more influence. So if you have a provincial governor kind of admitting that the central government doesn't really have a good grip on place like Canada, Har. What did the officials in Kabul tell you, you know, not everybody says exactly the same thing? But this kind of picture merges of the president, and the president Ashraf Ghani is a guy who seem pretty much everybody thinks he genuinely wants to transform Afghanistan for the better that he's very committed to the idea of having a better government. But at the same time he's kind of a control freak. Can he thinks that he's the only guy with the plan, and he's really tried to centralize power and to, to hold power to make? All the decisions himself. And that has actually weakened, the legitimacy encounter ability of the government out in places like Kandahar. So what's to be done? Then after eighteen years of American support of, of the central government doesn't seem to have done very much and the US now kind of heading for the door. What, what do you think should be done? So I think could Ashraf Ghani. Well, he has to do is recognize that he's not going to have the support that he has had in the, in the pasta and he needs to it out and get people who don't particularly like him right now onside and perhaps, give up some of the pallet that he is kinda hoarded for himself in Kabul. And, you know, only that way, will he be able to kind of come up with a legitimacy that will allow the government to survive? Thank you very much for your time.

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UN says heavy rains, floods kill 20 in southern Afghanistan

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UN says heavy rains, floods kill 20 in southern Afghanistan

"Heavy rains and flooding over the past few days swept away homes and cars in Afghanistan. Southern Kandahar province, a UN humanitarian agency said at least twenty people

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2 Afghan soldiers died when their helicopter went down

"The US military says a service member was killed in Afghanistan while in a separate incident two Afghan soldiers died when their helicopter went down. The US military statement did not provide any further details on the soldiers soldiers identity or the time or place of his death and Afghan officials says the two Afghan soldiers died today Saturday when their helicopter made an emergency landing in the southern Kandahar province due to a technical

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"kandahar" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"kandahar" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I'm Marco werman and you're with the world. We're a co production of the BBC World Service PRI and w h here in Boston with all the political drama here, and there may be easy to forget that US troops are still in Afghanistan. The top American commander there general Austin Miller himself had a very narrow escape yesterday. Shooting broke out during a high level meeting in the southern city of Kandahar. Others in the meeting were not so lucky. The provincial governor was wounded. His intelligence chief was killed. So with Kandahar's police, chief obdurate Rosic, Sarah chase, new Razek wealth from the decade. She spent living in Kandahar Jay's ran nonprofit groups and then became an advisor to the US military actually got to know before the fall of the Taliban sack. He was hard of gang that the US had designated as one of its proxies on the ground. And so when I crossed the border from Pakistan into Afghantistan, you know, we're talking December ninth or something like that. Two thousand and one. I stopped off at his barracks to say hi and he and his crowd. He wasn't my closest friend in that group, but he and his crowd gave me a bodyguard and couple of guns with which I then drove into Kandahar. So what kind of man was, what did you see in the time that you spent with Abdul Raziq? Well, as I say, he wasn't my best friend and I stayed a bit away from him. I liked a colleague of his tribesmen and colleague of his who told me in those very early days. Basically what are warlords like me doing in the police. We wanted a government after the fall of the Taliban. That would be a government of rule of law. I shouldn't even be in the police, whereas Razek was exactly the type of warlord who exploited his relationship with the United States to carry out some pretty abusive practices. There. There was a significant tribal rivalry on the border there. There's a ton of commerce of all kinds that crosses that border. And he set to work consolidating his position because of his America backing quite brutally, quite of use of Lii and consolidating personal wealth. And as I say, his sort of political and military position on the border, not a popular guy. I mean, you're touching on actions that sound like abuses of human rights. No kidding. And even that is pretty sanitized language, you're talking about a guy who would take people out into the desert and have them shot when he was first brought in from the border to Kandahar to take command of a big surge, Geno portraying had him play this role in two thousand and nine. I mean, it was massive sweeps of the countryside, indiscriminate rounding up of people shooting of people. And then when he became chief of police, I mean, it was a reign of terror in Kandahar, and so this. Was a guy who was detested by much of the city. And in fact, I communicated with general patrol us that there are some legal issues with the United States partnering with this guy. There's a law called the lady act which prevents the United States military in particular, from partnering with military units that are known to have committed significant abuses of human rights. And it was just it was open secret. Everybody knew it was this when you were a vising the US military and back. So we're talking now two thousand and nine. So some eight years after I first met Resnick. I mean, the US commander, general Austin Miller had real praise for Resic. He said he was a patriot. He said, the good he did for Afghanstan will never fade away. So I mean, how big a compromise was the US making in partnering with Resic gigantic compromise? And what's so. I mean, I get it when someone's been killed. You can't exactly you know shame on him, but. It's very distressing to me that in all of the years of this conflict US officials and officers have not understood the basic question that when somebody is brutal and detested by by the population that you're trying to wage the war on behalf of. You know, he might kill a couple of insurgents or even many insurgents, but he's behavior is creating. I don't know how many more for everyone kills. This is why we're still in a conflict nap ghanistan seventeen years later because we haven't quite understood the basic concept that Afghans don't like to be treated brutally and abused by government officials that are enjoying American backing Sarraj's lived and worked in Kandahar for ten years..

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"kandahar" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"kandahar" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. A deadly insider attack in Afghanistan is postponing parliamentary elections and Kandahar province, but not in the rest of the country. NPR's Diaa Hadid says Afghans elsewhere will be voting tomorrow. It was one of the most brazen Taliban attacks in this long conflict a bodyguard gunned down his boss. The police chief the attack occurred during a high level meeting in Kandahar. It was also attended by the top US commander in Afghanistan. The meeting was to discuss security plans for parliamentary elections expected this Saturday following the attack off gone officials announced voting would be delayed in Kandahar by one week. The delays seen as necessary until security can be showed up in Canada. It also reflects the uncertainty around these elections, which have already been beset by deadly militant attacks and controversy. Hadeed NPR news Islam Abbad. China is reporting a slowdown in economic. Growth. The BBC's, Robin. Brand says the latest quarterly numbers are Beijing's weakest in nearly a decade six point five percent is very healthy. If you're looking on from London or Rome, but it confirms that the rates of growth in the world's second largest economy continues to slow as expected to continue over the years ahead. One of the big reasons for that in that mountain of debt in particular local government debt, the number sent stocks lower in Asia. This is NPR news. Temperatures in the mid and upper eighties are making things more difficult for people in the Florida panhandle who are still without power in the aftermath of hurricane. Michael. Bottled water remains in high demand across the region as crews and residents continue clearing debris left by the category. Four hurricane Michael is blamed for at least thirty deaths mostly in Florida. Another death is being blamed on hurricane Florence. The remains of a woman reported missing two weeks ago have been found in the Roanoke river in south West Virginia that brings Florence's death toll to at least fifty three most of the most of those killed by the storm. We're in North Carolina. The Boston Red Sox are going back to the World Series last night in Houston. The Red Sox beat the Astros to clinch the American League pennant NPR's Tom Goldman has more after losing game one of the American League championship series. The Red Sox rattled off four straight wins to beat the favored Astros, David price finally overcame. His winless postseason wreck. As a starter? He pitched six shutout innings in the four to one clinching game. Third baseman, Rafael Devers provided. Boston's offensive spark with three run home run. Boston will host game one of the World Series Tuesday at Fenway park. The Red Sox will play the winner of the National League championship series between the Los Angeles Dodgers, and the Milwaukee Brewers L A leaves the NLC S three games to two game. Six is tonight in Milwaukee. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. Thanks for making us part of your Friday, I'm Cheri Glazer. And you are listening to KCRW if you're just now heading out to the freeway.

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"kandahar" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"kandahar" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Is the john batchelor show iraq iraq's news is always difficult to interpret because since the americans military and diplomatic core chiefly turned over a rock to the rough play of the iranians it's been a nontransparent country now the united states department of the treasury is telling us a little more about what's been going on in iraq all these years with new sanctions this is treasury on announcement from the treasury targeting iran central bank governor and a banker in baghdad that's what the the baghdad bankers the one we're going to concentrate on right now his name is a ross habib he is chairman and chief executive of album lod islam eq bank he is sanctioned for assisting sponsoring you're providing financial material or technological support for or financial or other services to or in support of the i r g c coulds force those are the baddest of the bad guys headed by qassam solar omani and active in killing americans killing iraqi's killing syrians racked of right now planted on the golan heights in damascus threatening israel so i welcome intifada kandahar and to fod is an american citizen he heads the future foundation of washington dc but once upon a time he was working in baghdad alongside or in proximity to a ross habib and he will he will he will brief us on why habib was long overdue for sanctioning and what is to be done a very good evening to you and divide you know a ross hobby very well what did he do for the iranians these many years.

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"kandahar" Discussed on The Polygon Show

The Polygon Show

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"kandahar" Discussed on The Polygon Show

"That out of the garden variety cardboard i don't think it multiple so the game actually because i got to play the cars okay so fucking go okay so the archie cars like one piece that's the car and you basically make this frame and then you stick the joy cons in slots on the size and they just they hold in their they're not like rubber banded or anything they just slot into the sides open size of the car and the instructions are working you like it's okay if they seem a little bit looser supposed to be that's how the car moves because it moves by rumbling there no wheels yeah baller then there's an antenna piece which does nothing at all it's just like this cardboard fake intente but it has tabs on the sides and the perfectly size so that you you full the tabs in slide them into the rails on the side of your switch it's so it's so cool hope made and then the game basically you have two buttons one for each joy khan and you press the button on the touch screen and joy con will rumble you press both at the same time to rumble both of them and you can change the speeds to basically addressed like hell the car moves and the joy cons rubble and then the car just kind of like chugs forward it's very cute doesn't on its enjoy car yeah and then and then there's a button to kind of so there's the two buttons on the screen then there's a third button that kind of like flips open sue you can quote on quote unquote see the sort of inner controls of the car this is so hard to explain this is all just happening on your switches screen and in this on this screen you can see through the infrared camera on the the left joy con i think it is so that's at the front of the car you can see through that so if you're like holding the car up to your face you can see your face in infrared and like you can see obstacles so the switch the joy kandahar seat car can see obstacles and what we discovered was there's an auto mode where you you have the car on the.

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"kandahar" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"kandahar" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Steve how you doing buddy i appreciate what you do what you've been doing i i'm very well thank you and thanks for calling i was gonna ask about to kandahar giant remember that case in afghanistan's and it's hard for people to understand that there are live giants so it's interesting i talked to another soldier that was in basic training real quick and in when david king david kill goliath he had to cut his head off what people don't understand there is a life force that's part anjelica in these things and the military was training these hunter killer teams to go in and take out the giants and using grenades m two or three grenade launchers to literally blow their heads off and they were being taught to a higher twice as high as a normal man and one of the one of the guys i talked to obviously i said i don't even wanna know your name tell me i was able to cross reference his story different part of afghanistan with the the pilot story that was told on coast to coast and literally both those guys had independent and i've talked to probably a half a dozen people and people say i don't believe it well i don't care what you believe in the mouth two or three witnesses every word should be established and these things are coming back and i have a whole different take on gun control i mean i'm obviously opposed to it but i'm not wanting to be lunch smoke and here's what i didn't know and look i couldn't know their stuff until somebody called and by the way it was after one of your shows you and i did years ago that you know i was approached by a certain group of individuals that don't exist but they do exist telling me smoke grenades to the reasons smoke at fouls the smelling of the giants.

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"kandahar" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"kandahar" Discussed on WGN Radio

"She got my here with ovation get on a mortgage right now i can take care i am leaving they probably need a therapy pet now that i'm leaving every told the merely begin no no no i'm gonna tell on kono are uber taiwan because everyone leaves of like a year or like five now i got i have to fix my credit first is that what is that they would have their gag brantley nettie held yet here pete lau laura for a couple of years out looking at kandahar's chips just get that news your credit score is actually you don't have a credit score 00 is your credit score with thinking 2024 move out date there's a working on ways for prepare your credit there's a does as their whole thing i don't think you're capable of doing any of them now theatrics of david hochberg breaking down your credit score did this for me to access the spectacle is a civilised great advice great advice but it's like you know he does it sees done it so often but yeah he breaks at all dow down distrustful though it is because of a cousin i do not do this for three months and then you're going to go do that tomorrow doesn't mean i hit something i could my score from back in college music lewis you call them and you tell michael you sit your kevin powell did you did they find something from your past like yeah it was like we put a hole in the wall of one of our apartments i'll really there was on your credit zoe i don't think i pay the miners in imagined via violette us credit report.

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"kandahar" Discussed on No Huddle

No Huddle

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"kandahar" Discussed on No Huddle

"You are listening to the nfl on two men facing no huddle withdrawing in the weber banned kordell stewart thank you so much for taking the time it's got to be a busy week for your i'm sure you prefer to be playing but here we are back in minnesota see no umbrella start how long did it take you to shake off what happened the last time we were here plan against the vikings i still still kandahar but you not come to try to put in in the past lubitsch try to have formula agree i can't think about it no air buddy green and a the here they are and then and under you wanna move forward because of course you feel like you should be here in hot other team you guys had especially on defense assad with camera jordan gear in the pressure and health of course you come in in your first year remember gone back to draft day when you came in talk to myself o'brien and ask any questions khanna reserve and lay back was was but was excited but then you go out and have a a great year hamas did your first year was it something you thought it was going to be or the lights became a little brighter early on i just go out and play football iran water as is high on an all at the delights or anything good tell me too much that i just try to stay calm ainhoa just go in and do what i do so the first game at i found out it was rudo we wisdom we're in minnesota the icing laws in minnesota and our team would i we were very good y'all defense some kind of a real failed in a fair live you know you really how to pay a game next week.

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"kandahar" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"kandahar" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"It was all the sideline are yeah like did ever wasn't hit with sticks since he was twelve until he was good at kandahar again like a year if if the new listeners if you want to go back to our fist episode he should be again he should be they didn't they didn't build him correctly in the his own season yeah he should have been a got started promisingly way he goes eats is attacked by some security gaza wanted a tiny many to sweep some assad like the nothing yeah and you go okay this is going to be that character he's going to have nope like you have to be supernatural to even stand a chance against it but then i didn't do that in us having trouble just fighting one guy in a truck oone of and that's what's happening now like you'll get paid up until he decides to summon the eye and fees just use the idf is illegal in can can because sometimes he can't and then you'll like clearer roman that'll be the end of the the fought the esa and you're out this stuff to about him on one tobin and he has issued just be him just swatting like that's i thing like it's not like they go oh well leave e wasn't in a situation where you could do that brought a situation where you can just here like just it should be a scene where he's trapped on one side of a door and the rest of the defend is trapped on the other side of a door and he's fine fifty guys and they're fighting ten and may you know having trouble 'cause they're trained ages and he's just swatting everybody gets one panchen everybody's out and he has fifty guys in the tyson the you know take at ten and then the doors opening is like a did it did it exactly right did you do it off squaring off screen that's fallen though be visually very effective what are your back to talk about a morrance blows 'cause i've got some stuff i wanna side is an idiot.

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"kandahar" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"kandahar" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Baby wa send you a dvd dvd impossible of all the things everything is we're not getting our would we don't want to give it a year now one we now to disturb the good at kandahar kandahar that's right we now want a use shed my mission near retirement the camera i've got schnookered semigeneric i look with a jewish guy from the five thousand college one year i learned over there at pass you're a big maher in radio i know this oh my god oh my god i know we use i said we used to hear everyone we had a whole bunch of spanish gates working at one of my radio stations and the kids would walk around going only way we read it from now early gang was i had a gulf of motion side in her grandmother very of your most side that testing a my girlfriend mostcited college her grandmothers would lose the shake it's a boyfriend allison get rid of him up of my jewish dry but but but but boss baby was a great experience moody boss baby to these letting and what it a moment ago you want to be boss maybe to us it yes as we do this two thousand twenty one are now you think style long to draw did created these guys take forever in but i will and one of the great pleasures on a minimum foolish not mentions because it's true allies its water was when i got to make the movie along came pauley with her son john hand and john my wrongs land directed.

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"kandahar" Discussed on KFMB 760AM

KFMB 760AM

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"kandahar" Discussed on KFMB 760AM

"Hanson was critically hurt in kandahar afghanistan by the way you know he spent a lotta time at the poly trauma center palo alto which is doing miraculous work with traumatic brain injury how sense and dylan you know she's doing really well there and there was an outpouring of other organizations they're gonna just taken can carry them you know why it's i'm southern california nick hurry and he were thinking about living here in california in and you got the right idea she's like you know i wanted to texas in she go just one of the texas because i green okay anyone better and he cared r griffith but it it so like that um got hurt you'll that i feel wrong to move protected been more like okay we're or you we love you think it down protected and i can fisher house all along the way according there's a place to fit for many a most he's working with happen even down and i have to unbelievable but they got it in after two question an unearned you know what the term green injury working in denver couple organizations got together and built them all pretty both i'm with you for i call their little mcmansion to and you look all on the in texas where he is like the goalie automated to worth some upper him i'm he's in a wheelchair and he gets around shut great you really tall and so they had to accommodate he took away that and it could and you could be and that's wheelchair and the whole rounds corner such but that's really fisher out there all along the way he is christine.

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"kandahar" Discussed on KXL 101 FM News

KXL 101 FM News

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"kandahar" Discussed on KXL 101 FM News

"If you heard the story about the kandahar giants yeah is that what's been going on the internet is the kind of our giant or was this in china i was seen as many of a chinese dialing no this actually is in and kandahar region of afghanistan on in the remote region amount let's region this in the early two thousand there with that unit soldiers in that area the disappeared and so they spent another unit to go find out what happened and the local bill adjourned in that area said that there was a giant that lived in that area and it was almost like they were shut this thing and regard and and so the fold is went investigate make him across the cave and that over the bone littered be outside in a cave and after damn in the bone to determine that that he believed that was in the midst unit and this thing comes out of the cave and based that it was with the only ten be high and attack the unit yeah and actually killed one of the soldiers and the other holders open fire on it and brought this thing down now their several individual that have come forward la marred dooley i'm sure you've heard him it's been investigating this and they actually contacted la in in he interviewed them you have to serious called the watchers am on one of the _d_b believe he actually interviewed two of individual all they have the faces of blacked out but these are special ops soldiers one of one of whom actually with part of the unit that that killed this thing and the other individual one of the guys that loaded and i sent the video to my friend who then arm intelligent to look at over to see what he thought and he said that they all the with difficult because faces were black gown he couldn't really but the body language from there in toney ish and what the said he said that they were totally credible.

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"kandahar" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"kandahar" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"Cars are the president's brother comes makes a fortune on a variety of deals some of them enveloped in scandal let's talk about one other brother mid while the cars he is some some ways the most interesting tells about him yeah he was an amazing figure he was in some ways the most power fall of the cars i brothers he had been alongside the president early on he'd move to kandahar at the beginning of the war he had worked closely with the us special forces with the cia as are setting up their bases in in kandahar attempt in the system kandahar as a southern province which is the kind of ancestral home of the cars family yet he had move to kandahar which was the ancestral home of the taliban and was that also the the hometown of the cars i family and it was the place where both taliban in the us military really fox for control over that the course of the war he had moved their whiff was present cars and first days after the taliban were were push from power and he worked closely with the cin us special forces and he was there a right hand man for them to find fighters to join their there malicious that would work with the cia to pursue taliban targets he was consulate providing intelligence he was on the cia payroll for the duration of his his life more than a decade in the war at the same time i'm and while he was at the center of allegations about being in control of a drug empire and kandahar he was to use a being the king can figure who presided.

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