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"Cool the world's largest ever protest tens of thousands of Indian farmers gathered in makeshift camps of sites on the border of the capital, New Delhi to show their opposition to new farming laws. And they have the support of millions more music kind of kind of movement, which has not been seen across the globe. The farmers say the new laws will destroy their livelihoods. But the government say that the country's agriculture is in crisis reform is long over Ju India simply has far too many farmers. There's a reason why economists and technocrats have been talking about these reforms for more than two decades on nobody has touched them. And the reason is that this is extremely risky. This'll week on the inquiry, we ask why the Indian farm protest matter doing me Kavita Puri after the news. BBC News. Hello. This is Jerry Smith, The United States Infectious diseases expert, Dr Anthony Fauci is about to address the World Health Organization, a day after President Joe Biden reversed his predecessor's decision to leave the U. N agency. Mr Biden's first elected president was to sign an executive order to tackle the Corona virus pandemic within the U. S. Here's Naomi Grimly. America has bean the W. H A s biggest donor. But the agency always said US membership was important chiefly for leadership reasons rather than the money. Bijan team says it wants to help strengthen and reform. The agency is part of this renewed engagement. It's also signaled it may consider joining Kovacs, which is the multilateral effort to get vaccines to the poorest countries in the world. The new president's first steps towards combating climate change have been welcomed at home and abroad. Another of the executive orders signed by Mr Biden returned the United States to the Paris climate accord. The U. N Secretary General Antonio Guterres praised the move, but said there was still a long way to go. The customer. Inaugural balls rolled out by the pandemic. Stars of music and screen have entertained. The U. S, with a 90 minute television spectacular, hosted by the actor Tom Hanks celebrating America included contributions from key workers who cared indicated for the country during the crisis. Scientists tracking the spread of coronavirus in England say infection levels in the community did not fall may even have risen at the start of the latest lockdown test suggests that in early generally one in every 63 people had cove in 19. His pal Oh gosh. The researchers behind the study say the test and trace figures, maybe reflecting on initial drop in cases just after Christmas, which is only now being registered on the official figures. Department of Health says that the react study does not get fully reflect the impact of the lockdown in England. But if this trend continues, say the scientists, the numbers admitted to hospital with severe covert illness will not fall in the short term, as some had hoped. Raoul has broken out between London and Brussels over the status of the used new ambassador to Britain. London is refusing to grant you unveiled are made to the diplomatic status says he's given to other ambassadors. Is James Landale. The foreign office wants to treat the EU delegation is an international organization with fewer rights and protections for its diplomats. This is unprecedented, every other EU ambassador around the world has full diplomatic status. In a lesser seen by the BBC. The EU foreign affairs chief Joseph Burrell told the foreign secretary dominant rub off his serious concerns. One EU source fit hostile countries might follow Britain's lead. World News from the BBC. British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has called on wealthier countries to support global access to Cove in 19 vaccines. Speaking in Kenya, the start of a visit to Eastern Africa, Mr Robb said supporting the International Kovacs program should be a priority. Ultimately, Kovacs is the answer to this, which is why we've put.

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"Today, rain is expected for most of the day with a high of 64 Tomorrow cloudy with occasional light rain, mainly in the morning and a high of 52. Off. Welcome to the inquiry on the BBC World Service for weeks. Last month, Nigeria was rocked by street and online protests against the hated police unit called SARS. Theo End SARS movement unite the country in a way few protests have done before. For the first time, I had this real wave of optimism that people thought if we come together, we could make a difference. The demonstrations were about more than just police brutality. They were about the Kind of country. Young Nigerians want to inherit or keep pushing, will keep pushing. This is something that we're not going away. And if the government doesn't listen, someone Nigeria is a powder keg. The government will need to act fast. If nothing is done. There's so much to worry about in the country. This'll week on the inquiry. We're asking Will the end solves. Protests Change Nigeria? Join me Kavita Puri after the news. BBC News. Hello, this is Jerry Smith. China has said the resignation of 15 pro democracy legislators.

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09:12 min | 3 years ago

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"Is going to be really difficult and so on but hey you know focus on trees focus on your family attached to nature do some yoga do you find it patronizing absolutely patronizing she now lives in wales where she lectures in social policy as swansea university and studies the ways in which the terms well being and happiness used by governments when discussing policies when i first heard that new zealand was introducing wellbeing policy in a big way i really wasn't surprised after studying this for such a long time i can almost gas exactly what they're doing and she's not convinced does anything original they're just rebranding they simply rename what politics has always been about we've been trying to improve the welfare of people through the welfare state and so on for several decades if not essential in most countries won't this happiness talk really about she says is a way for governments to sell themselves the public in the absence of any new ideas in modern politics i think that's the key to understanding how well-being has become such a powerful phenomenon it's that we've absolutely given up on changing the world in real material ways and instead we seek to change the way people feel about the world and i think that's really really significant what it does is it transforms real structural and economic problems into problems of subjectivity of psychology and ashley worried about this shift because if the government concerns it self with our happiness it means they get to decide what makes us happy i am from the government and i'm here to make you happy that is very scary after send a chill down your spine because they don't want to just make you happy in the way that you feel that you would be happy they've already defined it they will tell you exactly what makes you happy one government claims to promote the happiness of its people it also lays claim to to meaning and proper pursuit and that should be left up to individuals so why does she think government would do that what they do is they subtly encourage deflection away from things like economic growth is what you're saying in a way by opting more wellbeing policies it's trying to deflect scrutiny from why countries haven't been successful as they could have been in terms of economic growth yes absolutely she pinpoints the move by governments promoting happiness over economic progress starting in the developing world when pro growth policies weren't working it'll stones she says with a series of reports produced by the world bank back in two thousand cooled voices of the poll so basically these researchers around the world and they talk to people on the ground and ask them sorts of things that contribute to wellbeing someone and what's interesting is they draw out all of these examples like poor about happy more or less you know always smiling they never ask people do you prefer wellbeing money and what's really sad about this is that if you read some of the quotes you know people were saying things like relatives dying because they hadn't been able to get medicine in time children having forgotten the taste of meat none of these issues can be solved by giving people a better sense of wellbeing they can be solved by improved economic circumstances She says it was this policy is a way of placating population that should rightfully be angry about this circumstances. what worries me about this is that there's a lot of this sort of just be happy with the way things are is basically saying look economies are going to grow they have to but you might not see the benefits of that that's really dangerous Should be placing our happiness in the government's hands in the first place. Part four. The equation. I've been very successful most of my life. I had achieved what most people power to achieve. i was literally depressed and like many of us in the modern world i couldn't find happiness in the traditional spiritual teachings or practices or yoga meditation they just didn't work for me This gal foam, a chief business officer of Google X, which looks into radical technologies. He had a big salary and dream job. But he wasn't happy and he wanted to know why. and so my research was all about what are the reasons that make us unhappy an how do revealed that his work resulted in the international bestseller so for happy he quit his job and now dedicates his life to making other people happy he even has a modest goal of reaching one billion people his own tsar a happiness surprisingly predictable You can sum it up in an equation. so your happiness is equal to or greater than the difference between the events of your life minus your expectations of how life should be The key is all about your expectations. so you could be in india benin new expectation from life is if i eat today that would be a good day and so you get all of rice with some carry on it and you're very very happy you could on the other hand in america you know your expectation is that the portions are going to be enormous The portion is a little less than what you expect even though you're going to throw half of it away. You're going to feel unhappy. you know i think people in the western societies especially in europe by the way they seem to think that there is some kind of a service level agreement with life it's like you've paid twenty pounds for the service so you should expect the service to be perfect all the time and life is sometimes going to be kind and sometimes going to be harsh how does this equation translate to governments should they even be thinking about happiness should governments strive to make us happy of course at the same time governments cannot make us happy i think the best they can ever do is to stop making us unhappy by that he means governments need to be transparent and provide for the basic needs of its people said that they're not on happy Interestingly, he does think linking happiness to economic prosperity is really important. sexually it's a very smart view in many studies humans are more productive when we're happy so happy people produce more that's expected because happy people don't waste cycles and complaining about things their colleagues like their customers like them and so on so he argues we're actually more economically productive as a nation if we're happy and the downside of unhappiness has negative economic consequences very high correlations between stress and depression and mental health issues and diseases like diabetes and other diseases which cost governments quite a lot in terms of productivity but also in terms of health care in the long term so it's actually the wise thing to do a happy citizen is that contributes more cost the government less and hopefully a citizen that can cultivate an environment where we all collaborate and do better can governments make us happy probably not that's down to the individual but what we do need governments to do is provide the conditions for us to feel happy without peace the rule of law a functioning democracy opportunities to flourish beaten work on health is a clean environment we would be unhappy may be governments will find that the smart thing to do is to stop focusing on g._d._p. and focus instead on wellbeing because happy people all more productive and guess what that would actually end up helping the economy grow This edition of the inquiry was presented by Kavita, Puri, and produced.

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06:22 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm tori and coming up on this week's inquiry continued growth and continued money making capability is not equivalent to endless reiter amounts of happiness So if more and more money doesn't make people happy what can. new zealand is introduced its first wellbeing budget were happiness will also be a measure of a country success i am from the government and i'm here to make you happy that is very scary something that countries should not be prioritizing wellbeing which can be subjective over more strict economic measures governments cannot make us happy i think the best they can ever do to stop making unhappy This week, we ask can a government, make you happy. b._b._c. news hello jerry smith the first is debate of the twenty twenty u._s. presidential election that been shopping exchanges between ten of the twenty contenders for the democratic party nomination the recipes and madras disagreed openly on healthcare funding climate change and the american military presence overseas and candidates rounded on president trump for his zero torrance immigration policies the democratic party strategies it creamer gave his reaction to the debate you look at the entire and listen to them they're such an extraordinarily refreshing contrast donald trump i think that will stand up very well the american people it also is a stage that looks like america quite remarkable what a diversity of candidates we have very proud of them often survive minutes the watching president trump tweeted one word boring ten more candidates including the form of ice president joe biden will hold a second debate on thursday evening the japanese foreign minister has called on the british government not to allow a no deal brexit taro kono told the bbc that failure to reach an agreement would bring very negative consequences for japanese companies currently operating in britain some of which already starting to move elsewhere mr konno's the car industry was a particular area of concern as dependent on pont's from across europe right now they have very sues operation their stock for each part is only for few hours but are if there's no deal brexit and if they have to go through actual custom inspection physically those operation may not be able to continue research in britain and canada say vaccination against the virus that causes almost all seven cancer is having a major impact their analysis data for more than a dozen countries found few instances of two strains of the human papillomavirus or h._p. brisson is the co leader of the study in our study which includes sixty million people from fourteen countries we show evidence of substantial reductions in h._p. infection and genital warts and precancerous lesions up to eight years after vaccination mr brussel said there should be more reductions in cases of cervical cancer in the next ten years the vaccines have been adopted in at least one hundred countries the constitutional court in indonesia is to hand down as ruining shortly on an opposition challenge to the official presidential election result the vote was won by president joko widodo but the defeated candidate for bose who be unto once the results are note claiming there was widespread vote-rigging the election supervisory agency has said no evidence of systematic cheating b._b._c. news the australian government says is trying to establish one of its citizens has been detained in north korea for three days there's been no sign of twenty nine year old alex sigli in pyongyang where he's been studying korean legislature running tours for foreign visitors he hasn't been in touch with them since tuesday Pyongyang has made no comment. israel's army radio has blamed russia for disruptions to g._p._s. signals in israel airspace it's the interference is believed to be caused by satellite signal jammer used by the russian military in syria the may mean airbase a wednesday israel's airports authority said they'd been disruptions in israel he as space for about three weeks of basseterre israel described the accusation as fake news the afghan president ashraf gani is holding talks in his lama bed with parkistan leaders his first visit since pakistan's prime minister imran khan came to office the discussions are expected to focus on the search for an end to the afghan conflict trade and border security joe mcgivering reports in the past relations between kabul and islam about have been rocky afghan leaders accused pakistan of stoking its long-running conflict find supporting cross-border militancy something pakistan denies president ghani hasn't been to pakistan for several years this visit comes at a critical time bilateral talks between the united states and the taliban are continuing so to is a separate regional peace initiative in which russia china and pakistan applying prominent roles the taliban has so far refused to engage directly with the afghan government which dismisses as illegitimate the german chancellor angela merkel's office has insisted that she is well after she was seen shaking at an official event for the second time in as many weeks she was standing and she trembled she listened to a speech in berlin by the president b._b._c. news this is the inquiry on the b._b._c. world service with me kavita puri each week one question four expert witnesses and then answer Kato northern New Zealand a one hundred year old grey building stands behind a high barbed.

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06:07 min | 3 years ago

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"You're listening to the inquiry with me, vita Puri, coming up after the news when I was studying in Europe and I told an individual that I was from Alabama, the actually asked and I'm quoting can you vote now? Alabama's Rachel history, still affects how people see it. We did believe some of the things that you hear about Alabama that they're just backwards people. They're uneducated they're racists. They hate blacks. Alabama is often singled out. No one is arguing that abortion is writing. Everybody should go get an abortion. Other states have passed tight abortion lose two. So why is this one place getting all the flack? This week. We all why is it always Alabama? Hello. I'm Tom watts with the BBC news to oil tankers have been damaged in a suspected attack in the Gulf of a month. The US navy says it's investigating the reports which suggest there was an explosion. And at least one of the vessels was on fire crew. Members have reportedly been evacuated after the ships sent out to stress signals. The news has prompted jump in oil prices, there's been heightened tension in the region since President Trump ties into oil sanctions on Iran inmate last month for tankers were damaged off the United Arab Emirates in sabotage operation. It's blamed on an unnamed country, the US accused Iran of being behind the attacks. The Australian state of Queensland has given its final approval for a controversial mind. That's been the subject of a decade of debate and legal action, environmental groups warned that coal produced, the Carmichael mine will contribute towards climate change will be run by the Indian. Company, Donnie Hogue Griffith in Sydney has the details initially the Indian energy giant, Danny promised. It would be one of the biggest in the world, creating ten thousand jobs, but it's Bishen and production targets of being scaled back significantly with the number now full to be closer to a thousand posts despite approval for the company's ground water management plan. Campaigners remain opposed and favor. This could pave the way for six other mines to be proved in the area. President Trump has said he would accept damaging information about his political opponents during next year's US election campaign, even if it came from a foreign government, Mr. Trump told ABC news, he would not necessarily call the FBI about any such contact. Chris buck is in Washington. The Democrats are lining up to condemn President Trump for these comments, particularly after the mineral ports which may have dismissed the idea that there was collusion involving the. Trump campaign and Russia, but it certainly sad the Russian government had tried to interfere in the two thousand sixteen election and, of course, intelligence agencies in the US warning time and time again, that they are concerned that foreign governments will try to interfere in upcoming elections, including the presidential election in twenty twenty MP's from Britain's Conservative party will vote later in the first round of the election for a new leader and prime minister there, ten candidates, his political correspondent, Ben right? As candidates are eliminated the crucial question. Then will be who that support us back instead, the contest so far being dominated by Brexit arguments over whether a deal can be renegotiated with the EU by October thirty first and whether talking up no deal. Brexit is a plausible promise. They will be further ballots Tori MP's next week until two candidates remain. It is the Tory party membership, who will then pick the next prime minister, Ben right? Well news from the BBC, the thirties in Hong Kong have closed government offices in the financial district for the rest of the week after a day of clashes over a Bill that would allow extradition to mainland China security is tight, but the streets today. Mostly quiet as report Wingfield Hayes reports from Hong Kong, a small group of hardcore protestors is back outside the legislature. But they are outnumbered by many more riot, police others who took part in yesterday's huge angry protests gathering boxes of masks and helmets and piles of umbrellas, and they are leaving for now, perhaps, in an attempt to defuse the anger. The Hong Kong government has again postponed discussion of the widely hated extradition. Bill that sparked this week's protests, investigators in India, questioning, six men, after a series of raids in the southern state of Tamil Nadu against suspected supporters of the Islamic state creep, anti-terrorism office. Mrs say one of the men was friends on Facebook with Iran harsh, the alleged organiser of the Easter Sunday bomb attacks in Sri Lanka in, which more than two hundred and fifty people died. The others have been accused of spreading the Islamic state ideology in order to recruit young people for militant attacks in southern India. Cyclone that had been heading for the coast of Gujarat in western India has veered away, but it's still bringing winds of up to one hundred and sixty kilometers an hour to the state cyclone value was expected to make landfall on Thursday morning local time. But his moving north westwards over the Arabian seat, the authorities had made preparations for the cyclone and three hundred thousand people have been evacuated. Japan's parliament has passed a law making it an offence to fly a drone while drunk people found guilty could set up to a year in jail last month. It was made illegal to fly drones over venues for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo, as well as US military facilities BBC news. This is the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me. Kavita Puri each week, one question four expert witnesses and then onset..

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"This inquiry was presented by Kavita Puri. It was produced by khloe. Haji Matthias and. Lizzy. Mcneil. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the United States is made possible by American public media producer. And distributor of a ward winning public radio content engaging audiences creating meaningful experiences, and fostering conversations, APM American public media with support from home advisor, helping homeowners by vocal pros for their home projects. Homeowners can get matched a pros we've reviews and check cost guys at homeadvisor dot com. The largest network of reporters and correspondents the BBC World Service keeps you informed of news events from around the globe, the BBC World Service is here at WNYC AM, FM, New York. Listening to the BBC World Service with me at Butler wet today. We're looking at low cost at travel airline of the airline in Europe is hit rough air late shouldn't be up for more turbulence in the industry that we reached peak, low cost flying, still grow smokers to expel that's business daily taking to the skies in a couple of minutes..

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02:19 min | 3 years ago

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"You're listening to the inquiry with me, Kavita Puri, coming up after the news, the entire city was rebuilt absolutely from scratch, it was equivalent of the moon landing really this was the early nineteen fifties, when Brazil's capital moved from bustling Rio de Janeiro to the empty wilderness of Brasilia alert deserved not. It's not like we have done half. You know, in Tanzania over forty five years after the capsule, moved from Dar-es-Salaam to dedom- didata, this still a long way to go the inability to achieve total divorce, totally abandoned. The old capital city is quite typical, even when the capital moved successfully. As in Kazakhstan. The former one can still linger in people's hearts for generation said this week, we ask, how do you move a capital city? Hello. I'm Lee MC, with the BBC news. The Indian prime minister Narendra Modi is, on course for a major victory in the general elections, which were held over several weeks. Early trends suggest the governing BJP and its allies will get well, over three hundred seats in the five hundred and forty three member house. The BBC's Regina vijaynand daily says that, although the strongly Hindu-nationalist Mr. Modi is a polarizing figure most voters trust him on development. They're having Rafter schemes that he's brought in promises to build toilets in rural areas for the poor also, give them gas connections. And he has in many cases delivered on that, but only halfway some would say, for example, when we talk about that from his to Bill toilets, while many toilets how been built, there are complaints that they haven't got proper sewage and water to operate. So for many people this was a job half done. Police in the us state of Missouri. Extensive damage has been caused to the city. The of Jefferson after a powerful tornado struck shortly before midnight on Wednesday reports at least three people have been killed in the state capital, emergency services are trying to find people who may be trumped the tenant David Williams of the city's police said an apartment block had been badly damaged, and they were assessing the extent of the destruction..

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04:53 min | 3 years ago

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"Coming home. A team of historians and archaeologists in the United States, say they've discovered the law ship known to have smuggled slaves from Africa. The remains of the KLA Tilda were found at the bottom of the mobile river in Alabama. It's believed the wooden ship was intentionally sunk in eighteen sixty to try to hide evidence of its use in the slave trade, three years later, president ABRAHAM LINCOLN signed the emancipation proclamation to end slavery and free. Millions of African Americans. But swan has lifted a five-year burn on the hunting of elephants. Government said, reinstating hunting would help address conflict between humans and elephants. He has understood Neath head. The Botswana government said it carried out extensive consultations before making the decision to lift its ban on hunting, the country is a sanctuary for around one hundred thirty thousand elephants, a third of those left in Africa after poaching has reduced numbers across the continent. But having so many leads to conflict with a growing population of humans farmers crops had been destroyed and people killed. There's debate over whether hunting will increase or decrease the elephant population. But well regulated hunting can be used as a conservation tool if the money raised by killing some animals is put back into conserving others. This is the world news from the BBC, the World, Health Organization is to call for increased efforts to combat antimicrobial resistance at the annual dougy. Show assembly in Geneva. Member States will call for strict guidelines on how, and when antibiotics should be used and greater funding for research into new treatments. Imaging folks reports the wonder drugs of the twentieth century, which cured tuber colossus and stopped soldiers dying from minor wounds that became infected are losing their power. The reasons are complex overuse of antibiotics in humans inappropriate. Use in agriculture poor hygiene in hospitals, lack of clean, water and low vaccination levels caused preventable infections, which then need treatment, the US authorities have revealed details of a six migrant child to die. While in custody, the ten year old girl from El Salvador died in September. But the information has only just been made public. She had arrived on accompanied in the US with a history of heart problems. She died after undergoing surgery. Since then five other children, all from Guatemala have died while in custody the latest on Monday. Britain has rejected a UN resolution that demands it give back control of their Chico. Silence to Mauritius within six months, the non-binding vote in New York saw one hundred sixteen countries support the resolution with only six against Britain kept control over Chegos when Mauritius became independent in nineteen sixty five and allows the US to operate a military base on the ACL Garcia polls have opened 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 prison had intended to leave the EU before the vote. But is taking part because of the delay in delivering Brexit. The results will be announced on Sunday evening, BBC news. This is the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me. Kavita Puri each week, one question four expert witnesses and then answer. A group of women standing around community water pump on a street in Jakarta the capital of Indonesia. A mother crouches down supporting her naked infant. She washes, his body, he wriggles, but she has little option. It's the only place she can get clean water. This mother like nearly half the city doesn't get piped water into her home. She relies on these community pumps to bring it all the way from the ground. But is the water is sucked out the city above the land and buildings a sinking and fast some by up to twenty five. Centimeters a year and is the city gets lower flooding is getting worse. The situation is so bad. The governments announced it wants to build a whole new capital. And I'm bishops and costly endeavor. It would mean transferring the seats of government judiciary and central Bank to another place altogether. That's even before you've.

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04:50 min | 3 years ago

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"A team of historians and archaeologists in the United States, say they've discovered the law ship known to have smuggled slaves from Africa, the domains of the KLA Tilda were found at the bottom of the mobile river in Alabama. It's beneath the wooden ship was intentionally sunk in eighteen sixty to try to hide evidence of its use in the slave trade, three years later, president ABRAHAM LINCOLN signed the emancipation proclamation to end slavery and free. Millions of African Americans. But swan has lifted a five-year burn on the hunting of elephants. The government said, reinstating hunting would help address conflict between humans and elephants his head. The Botswana government said it carried out extensive consultations before making the decision to lift its ban on hunting, the country is a century for around one hundred thirty thousand elephants, a third of those left in Africa after poaching reduced numbers across the continent. But having so many leads to conflict with a growing population of humans farmers' crops have been destroyed and people killed. There's debate over whether hunting will increase or decrease the elephant population. But well regulated hunting can be used as a conservation tool if the money raised by killing some animals is put back into conserving others. This is the world news from the BBC, the World, Health Organization is to call for increased efforts to combat antimicrobial resistance at the annual. WHO assembly in Geneva. Member States will call for strict guidelines on how and when anti-biotics should be used and greater funding for research into new treatments. Imaging folks reports the wonder drugs of the twentieth century, which cured tuber colossus and stopped soldiers dying from minor wounds that became infected are losing their power. The reasons are complex overuse of antibiotics in humans inappropriate. Use in agriculture poor hygiene in hospitals lack of clean water and low vaccination levels 'cause preventable infections, which then need treatment, the US authorities have revealed details of a six migrant child to die. While in custody, the ten year old girl from El Salvador died in September. But the information has only just been made public. She had arrived unaccompanied in the US with a history of heart problems. She died after undergoing surgery. Since then five other children, all from Guatemala have died while in custody the latest on Monday. Person has rejected a UN resolution that demands it give back control of the Chaco. Silence to Mauritius within six months. The non-binding vote in New York saw one hundred sixteen countries support the resolution with only six against Britain kept control of check checkoffs when Mauritius became independent in nineteen sixty five and allows the US to operate a military base on the Garcia polls have opened 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 person had intended to leave the EU before the vote, but is taking part because of the delay in delivering Brexit. The results will be announced on Sunday evening, BBC news. This is the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me. Kavita Puri each week, one question four expert witnesses and then answer. A group of women standing around community water pump on a street in Jakarta the capital of Indonesia. A mother crouches down supporting her naked infant. She washes, his body, he wriggles, but she has little option. It's the only place she can get clean water. This mother like nearly half the city doesn't get piped water into her home. She relies on these community pumps to bring it all the way from the ground. But is the water is sucked out the city above the land and buildings a sinking and fast some by up to twenty five. Centimeters a year and is the city gets lower flooding is getting worse. The situation is so bad, the government's announced it wants to build a whole new capital, and I'm bishops and costly endeavor. It would mean transferring the seats of government judiciary and central Bank to another place altogether. That's even before.

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06:16 min | 3 years ago

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"You're listening to inquiry with me. Give eats curry coming up after the news. I mean it wasn't really an evolutionary process. It was very much a revolutionary process. Hey, pulp best onto the scenes in the early nineties now. It's a billion dollar industry. Potential stars recruited earning. You could be anywhere from age ten to fourteen and you could get recruited simply because a rep from the agency saw you at the mall and thought that you look for GIS. They trained for many hours on little sleep hoping to make it big, and it's a big expert, South Korea and not just no make voting terms of it's popularity and expanding South Korean influence, or soft power abroad. This week we asked how did capable conquer the world. Babysat news. Hello. I'm Jerry Smith. The Chinese telecommunications, giant away, has criticized President Trump's decision to declare national emergency to protect US networks against what he calls foreign adversaries. In addition, the Commerce Department said he was adding away and seventy affiliates to listening companies from getting components and technology from US firms, without government approval, charisma Swannee is in Mumbai. I think it would be fair to say that, while we has been expecting this. The US has broadcast the fact that it was going to make a move like this. I several months now and while we has consistently said that if the United States made a move, like this banning it out of its market, would actually hurt the US more than hurt while away and the reason for that is because the US has an insignificant market, while we says, when it comes to sales, and that's definitely true. The fact that American companies now need a license to sell their products to hallway that will be quite troublesome potentially, damaging to hallways business in the future. The Spanish authorities say the former political leader of the separatist group, editor, y'all suitor Nara has been detained in FRANZ report said the arrest is coordinated with French intelligence services, Yasutoshi, narrow is wanted over a deadly bombing in Spain in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. The Philippines has recalled his ambassador to Canada in an escalation of a dispute over the disposal of more than one hundred shipping containers filled with household waste that Canadian companies send the containers more than five years ago. Howard Johnson reports last month Philippine President Rodrigo deter ty- threatened to declare war against Canada, if the waste wasn't removed in a timely fashion, a deadline of may fifteen was set by Manila today, the country's foreign secretary teddy looks in junior announced in a tweet that target had been missed. So diplomatic staff will be withdrawn from Canada, the Canadian embassy in Manila had told the BBC that they've made an offer to repatriate the waste and the closely engaged with the Philippines to shore, the shipments return as quickly as possible, a research, charity has pledged one hundred million dollars to boost the treatment of snake, bites the money from the London-based Wellcome Trust will be used to develop new anti venoms is estimated that about one hundred twenty thousand people die. From snake bites every year. Dr David Williams is an expert on snake bites at the World Health Organization. Many of these people with a do have a snake but they live to a health centre, I because they don't have the money to be able to afford even transport to get the but be they don't have the money to pay for the treatment. Then you've got the whole socio, cultural context, where in many societies snake, bodies, not necessarily save as a health problem. You're listening to the world news from the BBC the Saudi led military coalition and Yemen has carried out several strikes on the capital center, which is being held by the rebels in apparent retaliation for their drone attacks against Saudi oil. Installations on Tuesday, residents said the air strikes targeted nine military sites in and around center. The statement said the strikes were aimed at neutralizing the ability, the who is to carry out acts of aggression, he does civilians. To avoid the areas. At least ten construction workers in the Chinese city of Shanghai have been trapped in the wreckage of a building the collapsed during renovation work. Chinese state media says eleven people have been pulled from the rubble. The building in Shanghai's residential Changping district was reportedly an old factory that was being refurbished voters show that several floors have caved in on top of each other. The head of the ruling military council into Don has said the talks with pro democracy leaders have been suspended for seventy two hours, general Abdel Fattah, Bajan said roadblocks put up by protesters in recent days in the capital, Khartoum will be cleared. One protester in her tomb Anna's told the BBC the roadblocks have now gone. Barricades and they're all blocks were removed last night, there protesters spent a long time the whole night to remove them as a response to the call of the Sudanese professional association. Even some members of the forces of freedom and change. They joined the protesters to remove the end necesary barricades, and which created tension and made the TMC angry a sculpture by the American artist. Jeff Koons has been sold for nearly ninety one million dollars at auction in New York. The sale of a stainless steel casting of an inflatable rabbit set a new record for a living artist beating the previous one held my David Hockney, BBC news. This is the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me. Kavita Puri each week, one question. Four expert witnesses and then answer. It's nineteen ninety two and three young men in a boy band performing in a live television talent.

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06:07 min | 3 years ago

"kavita puri" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Revolutionary process. K pop burst onto the scenes in the early ninety s now it's a billion dollar industry potential stars recruited early. You could be anywhere from age ten to fourteen and you could get recruited simply because a rep from the agency saw you at the mall and thought that you look for GIS. They trained for many hours on little sleep hoping to make it big, and it's a big expo for South Korea north just might play in terms of popularity and expanding South Korean influence or softball abroad. This week we asked how did capable conquer the world. BBC news. Hello. I'm Jerry Smith. The Chinese telecommunications, giant highway, has criticized President Trump's decision to declare national emergency to protect US networks against what he calls foreign adversaries. In addition, the Commerce Department said he was getting khloe and seventy Phileas to listening companies from getting components and technology from US firms, without government approval, charisma Swannee is Limbaugh by, I think it would be fair to say that, while we has been expecting this, the US has broadcast the fact that it was going to make a move like this. I several months now and Wally has consistently said that if the United States made a move like this banning it out of its market. It would actually hurt the US more than hurt, while we and the reason for that is because the US is an insignificant market, while we says, when it comes to sales, and that's definitely true, but the. The fact that American companies now need a license to sell their products to hallway that will be quite troublesome potentially, damaging to hallways business in the future. The Spanish authorities say the former political leader of the separatist group editor y'all suit turnover has been detained in FRANZ report said the arrest was coordinated with French intelligence services. You'll see ten Tenerife is wanted over a deadly bombing in Spain in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. The Philippines has recalled his ambassador to Canada in an escalation of a dispute over the disposal of more than one hundred shipping containers filled with household waste a Canadian companies send the containers more than five years ago, how Johnson reports last month Philippine President Rodrigo deter ty- threatened to declare war against Canada, if the waste was removed in a timely fashion deadline of may fifteen will set by Manila today, the country's foreign secretary teddy looks in junior announced in a tweet that target had been missed as so diplomatic staff will be withdrawn from Canada, the Canadian embassy in Manila have told the BBC that they've made an offer to repatriate the waste and are closely engaged with the Philippines to show the shipments return as quickly as possible, a research, charity has pledged one hundred million dollars to boost the treatment of snake, bites the money from the London-based Wellcome Trust will be used to develop new anti-venom 's is estimated that about one hundred twenty thousand people die. From snake bites every year. Dr David Williams is an expert on snake bites at the World Health Organization. Many of these people would they do have a snake, but they never to a health centre I because I don't have the money to be able to afford even transport to get the but they don't have the money to pay for the treatment. Then you've got the whole socio, cultural context, where in many societies snake bought is not necessarily safe as a health problem. You're listening to the world news from the BBC. The Saudi led military coalition and Yemen has carried out several s strikes on the capital center, which is being held by the rebels in apparent retaliation for their attacks against Saudi oil installations on Tuesday residents said the air strikes targeted nine military sides and around San the statement said the strikes were aimed at neutralizing the ability, the who is to carry out acts of aggression. He does civilians to avoid the areas. At least ten construction workers in the Chinese city of Shanghai have been trapped in the wreckage of a building the collapsed during renovation work. Chinese state media says eleven people have been pulled from the rubble the voting in Shanghai's residential, Changping district was, reportedly an old factory that was being refurbished voters show that several floors have caved in on top of each other. The head of the ruling military council in Sudan, has said the talks with pro democracy leaders have been suspended for seventy two hours, general Abdel Fattah, Bajan said roadblocks put up by protesters in recent days in the capital Khartoum would be cleared one protester in her tomb and us told the BBC the roadblocks have now gone. Cates, and they're all blocks were removed last night, there protesters spent a long time the whole night to remove them as a response to the call out there then is professional association. Even some members of the forces of freedom and change. They joined the tres to remove the end necesary barricades, and which created tension and made the TMC angry a sculpture by the American artist. Jeff Koons has been sold for nearly ninety one million dollars at auction in New York. The sale of stainless steel casting of an inflatable rabbit, sent a new record for a living artist beating the previous one held by David Hockney BBC news. This is the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me. Kavita Puri each week, one question. Four expert witnesses and then answer. It's nineteen ninety two and three young men in a boy band performing in a live television talent.

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05:44 min | 3 years ago

"kavita puri" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Skyscraper to slum in some cases? Even the moment. The cities were announced as one of the hundred smart cities the began slum clearance games. Because how could you be smart if you had slums there this week? The inquiry asks us smart cities dumb. BBC news. Hello, Jerry Smith. The giant Chinese telecoms company way has filed a lawsuit in the United States saying that a ban on its equipment, violates the US constitution. The US says China could use while way to spy on five G mobile communications, a senior executive goping accused the US congress of acting unconstitutionally John Saad worth this is why away beginning the fight back. If you like and today what we heard from the hallway executives, and it wasn't just ping. There was a number of them up on stage really trying to sort of make this case that nobody has yet produced any evidence in particular, not the United States to show that while has ever acted maliciously. And so therefore, the company's argument is the US law banning while ways tech is discriminatory. And in addition, it harms US consumers because it deprives them of access to advanced technology. Thailand's constitutional court. Court has dissolved an opposition political party ahead of a national election due later this month, the thyroxine are charred party was punished. After nominating king Maha. What's your linear long? Cones? Sister Princess, Yvonne, right as its candidate for prime minister, the party was one of several contesting the election. The head of Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg has been expanding his vision for the future of social media stressing the importance of greater privacy. Facebook has come under far of rich use of people's data his Zoe Kleinman, it's completely moving away from this concept of Facebook being a platform that wants to get the whole world connected in another really interesting thing. He said is that he doesn't necessarily think that Facebook should store the data for very long now face looks entire business model is built around having data and mining it and using it to serve advertising say this is really quite a dramatic new direction for the companies take the British Royal Air force says it's killed or injured four thousand three hundred and fifteen enemy fighters in Iraq and Syria in its bombing campaign against the Islamic state group over the past four years, but only admitted to causing one civilian casualty defense correspondent is Jonathan Beale. The MED says the. Inflammation is based on the best available post strike analysis often that means relying on video and photos taken by aircraft flying high above the battlefield. The ministry of defence insists that RIF aircrews take extreme care to avoid civilian casualties. But action on our violence says in the cities of recor Mozell. It's highly likely that civilian harm has been under reported. It says the single civilian death must be a world record in modern conflict Jonathan Vilma reporting world news from the BBC President Trump has revoked a policy brought in by his predecessor the required. US intelligence officials to publish the number of civilians killed in drone strikes outside of war zones. President Obama introduced the policy in two thousand sixteen under pressure to be more transparent of the increasing the use of drones against terror military targets, the Trump administration says the request. Will superfluous and distracting. European Union officials have urged the British government to come up with fresh proposals on Brexit by the end of Friday to break the deadlock in talks break new seeking changes to the Bank stove, which is meant to avoid the return of physical checks on the Irish border before a second vote on the Brexit agreement on Tuesday, Nick early is in Westminster. I've got to see the signs your snow on the taught law for the government was in Brussels. And the last few days, those talks did not end. Well, the no further forward we still don't have something for him to bring back to put the government. And that means that big vote on Tuesday is looking really difficult for the prime minister says his government will be an overdrive over the next few days desperately trying to come up with something on Irish border. But it ain't going to be easy. Mexico's state legislatures have given their approval to the creation of a new national gold to fight violent crime, the constitutional amendment clears the way for the formation of a sixty thousand strong force made up of federal police, and then there's the arm the navy's policing units. Human rights groups, say the new force will militarized policing. Venezuela's opposition leader Guido has a European countries to strengthen financial sanctions against the administration of nNcholas Maduro. He said this would help prevent Venezuela money from being misused to kill opponents of the regime. BBC news. You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me Kavita Puri each week one question four expert witnesses and an answer. It's late in the evening in downtown Rio. De Janeiro notorious gang member throws a bottle into and leaving car. They tried to get.

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05:55 min | 3 years ago

"kavita puri" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You're listening to the inquiry with me Kavita Puri, it's a hidden emergency. Most of the world doesn't know what is going on in Yemen. Four years of war. And now millions face starvation. People wasting away especially children is something horrific beyond anything. I've seen before this week. We're asking why don't we care about the war in Yemen? Access to Yemen is a nights met there's been a lot of political divides people unfriendly, each other slander, each other get into fights on Facebook or Twitter also seeing western arm sales continuing to fuel the conflict. Why aren't we talking about this? That's coming up after the news. BBC news. Hello, Jerry Smith, the European aircraft manufacturer Airbus says it will stop making the world's biggest passenger plane. The a three eighty announcing would called a painful decision. The firm said the last deliveries would be made in two years. Time orders for the double decker superjumbo which can carry more than eight hundred and fifty passengers have dried up as airlines turn to smaller more fuel efficient planes. The BBC's can get Allston says the gopher line Emirates was the eighth. Biggest fire. They were kind of keeping the orderbook afloat as other airlines like the Australian carrier Qantas abandoned. And this announcement says essentially Emirates has decided to cut the amount of planes at once from Airbus at saying now that it only wants fourteen further eighty three eighty s over the next two years. And as a result Airbus has said that it will cease production of the plane by twenty twenty one. Germany has narrowly escaped a recession after his economy stored in the last quarter of two thousand eighteen official figures showed no change in the gross domestic product of your biggest economy after contraction in the previous three months under Walker reports this week appeared for the German economy to a large extent reflects international developments to slow down in China and the tensions in global trade. Mainly reflecting the assertive approach taken by President Trump's administration have had an impact on German industries foreign sales the effects are not confined to Europe's largest economy. However, the region more widely has seen great slow markedly at the end of last year Italy, which rezone reasons was weaker to start with ended two thousand eighteen recession. A teenage woman who ran away from London for years ago to join Zomig save militants in Syria says she wants to return to the UK and has no regrets. Shamima bagan is nineteen and his fed to us Syrian. Refugee camp, she told the times newspaper. She was married within weeks of arriving on I s territory and given birth to two children who died to onus malnutrition. She said she is now pregnant with a third I wanted to live quietly in Britain. The journalists are the head of the news website, raptor, which criticized the president of the Philippines has been bailed out of spending the night in detention in the capital Manila, Mary arrests was arrested over reliable charge relating to an article published seven years ago, and the international said the case against the journalist was brazenly politically motivated, correspondent Howard Johnson is in Manila if Maria Raza is found guilty of this charge. She faces up to twelve years in prison. Many people struggling to come to terms with that given that she is a multiple award winning journalists and in two thousand eighteen she was named by time magazine as its person of the year for holding power to account here in the Philippines world news from the BBC. Senior US Chinese negotiators meeting for two days of talks in Beijing. The criticized the direction of the trade war between the two countries, the US trade Representative and Treasury Secretary a meeting. China's top economics official. There are signs said negotiations are going well, but significant differences remain a US judge has ruled that President Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort has breached a plea deal by intentionally lying to the team investigating Russian interference in the twenty sixteen presidential election. The verdict means that Mr. Manafort could now face a harsher sentence. Mr. Manafort was found to have misled FBI prosecutors and the grand jury of issues including his contacts with Russian political consultant who's alleged to have ties to the Kremlin. Colombian man who admitted to sexually abusing nearly three hundred children and teenagers has been sentenced to sixty years in jail. Carlos Sanchez literary who's in his late thirties. Use the big bad wolf Leonardo. Russia has more details. He approached them mostly online, young boys and young gills. He agreed to meet them. In shopping centers also gaming areas, he approached him. You imagine that very poor kids. He offered them money for sexual favors and said he was going to recall that when they refused he attacked them. What the police said their investigations is that he was probably apart from being folding the sexual acts himself. He was also making a profit by selling those videos to a paedophile ring basing Mexico. The Australian Prime minister has admitted the government's efforts to reduce inequality between indigenous Australians and the rest of the country are failing to meet targets, Scott. Morrison said that life expectancy for aboriginal and other indigenous Australians still lagged far behind that of the rest of the population. BBC news..

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

"kavita puri" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Children are in schools. But that doesn't mean they can read and crucially read with meaning. For that to happen. The needs to be more teachers properly trained in literacy, and it sounds obvious. But children must be taught. I in the language they speak at home. We're all born without the ability to read, but we know how to teach it and like Peter the often at the start of the program reading really can change lives as it did his. This inquiry was presented by me Kavita Puri and produced by Rosamund Jones. And if you want to listen to more episodes, download our podcast search for BBC the inquiry. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the US is made possible by American public media producer and distributor of award winning public radio content. APM American public media with support from Emma, Email marketing platform, Emma, helps you create and send personalized Email campaigns that reach your audience. Learn more at my Emma dot com. I voted for Donald Trump. I voted for Hillary Clinton. I was not able to vote because I am not a US citizen. Six Americans have recorded their lives since Trump took office two years ago here how their stories have changed the one word that I'm feeling about politics would be hopeful. Our government is a dumpster fire. I don't think I'm going to be interested at all anymore. Politics. The program is.

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02:00 min | 3 years ago

"kavita puri" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"One day be radically aided Justice diseases like smallpox once were. Do you think we'll ever get everybody? Reading and writing. I really do think it's possible that every single child in the world maybe with some kind of five percent. Exclusion of children have very severe challenges and that stop them from reading that is an achievable goal in the same way as the irradication of some of the diseases that no longer exist. The parallel I think there's a profound one. Why can't so many of our children read this isn't one of those programs where it's just about more money? Many governments have been investing in education. More children are in schools. But that doesn't mean they can read and crucially read with meaning. For that to happen. The needs to be more teachers properly trained in literacy, and it sounds obvious. But children must be taught. I in the language they speak at home. We all without the ability to read, but we know how to teach it and like Peter the orphan the started the program reading really can change lives as it did his. This inquiry was presented by me Kavita Puri and produced by Rosamund Jones. And if you want to listen to more episodes, download our podcast search for BBC the inquiry. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the US is made possible by American public media producer and distributor of award winning public radio content. APM American public media with.

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02:52 min | 3 years ago

"kavita puri" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Said it's going to abandon the Trump administration said it would start pulling out of the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty from tomorrow, unless Moscow undertook to destroy missile. It said was violating the accord. But Moscow insists the missile has been modified to comply with the treaty. The British car industry has said uncertainty over Brexit has contributed to an alarming slump and investment. It's a further. Sign of the economic consequences of Britain's decision to withdraw from the European Union. The society of motor manufacturers and traders said investment in the car industry at fallen nearly eighty percent over the past three years while production Nastya dropped to its lowest level since two thousand twelve it's chief executive is Mike Hause if seen this downward trend is becoming much more pronounced in the last six months or something of that shows that investors are holding off waiting to see what's going to happen with Brexit for committing further in. Investments? And when you're not making investments that only undermines your productivity and your competitive because you're not getting the latest equipment investing in the plants the machinery, you need to make sure he can compete globally that is a very very worrying factor. The attorney general of New York state says it reached a settlement with four companies that sold fake social media activity on platforms such as Twitter and YouTube Letitia James says the case establishes that the sake of failed fake the sale of fake, followers and fake likes constitutes illegal impersonation and illegal deception. The conservative American Senator rand Paul has won five hundred eighty thousand dollars in damages and medical expenses after being attacked by his neighbor and a dispute lawn maintenance, Mr Paul, a former presidential hopeful said he had feared for his life. After gene Bucci assaulted him and broke several of his ribs because he was unhappy at piles of branches the Senator left on the boundary between their lawns and Kentucky mister Gutierrez is to appeal. BBC news. This is the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me Kavita Puri each week one question four expert witnesses and an answer. Peter has no parents and lives in an orphanage. He attends his local school in Kenya. It is lucky to have a teacher who recognizes his ability. She teaches him to read and write gives him books. Talk hours, discussing them. She makes it to secondary school years later this teacher meets pizza at a conference. He's now a director of education, he even support ten members of his community. Life has turned around. As a success story all began.

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