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"kim yong" Discussed on WBUR
"Carried diplomatic passports. So they just left Macau and never went to trial and Zach Wang remained in business. But the links between Macau and North Korea aren't just financial. The North Koreans also used Macau as a place where intelligence operatives could be trained in essentially how to pass for not being North Korean. The most notable example came in 1987, just before South Korea was due to host the Olympics. There was a horrific event. Whatever happened to Kehl flight, 858 happens so quickly that the pilots didn't have time to send an emergency made a message. China's has crashed somewhere over Southeast Asia with 115 people on board. He was on the 29th, waiting anxiously at Seoul airport was that their friends and relatives had probably been the victims of a terrorist attack. Two North Korean agents put a bomb on the South Korean airliner. Which exploded, killing everyone on board. The North Korean agents survived because they switched planes during a stopover before the bomb went off As they fled. However, they were discovered to be using fake passports and they were picked up by the authorities. With the net closing in. They took drastic action. One of the two took a cyanide pill and died, But the other one was captured before she could break open the pill. Her name is Kim Yong Qi to finger Don't go. Come in, Hmm. You can sleep on the tiger. I love. She eventually confesses and publicly apologizes, and she would later tell the BBC that she was initially full of pride in her mission..
Singapore bans public, private gatherings of any size in virus fight
"Well Singapore is adopting new laws that banned both public and private gatherings of any size is the city state rounds up social distancing measures health minister gan Kim yong says the new laws would criminalize gatherings among friends or family members who are not living together and apply to private quarters all public spaces such as parks the clampdown coming on a day when the city state closed most work places except for essential
North Korean Official Blamed for Failed Trump Summit Reappears in Public
"North Korea has apparently debunked news report that its top nuclear negotiator had been purged as they say Kim Yong L was shown yesterday in North Korean state media, enjoying a concert, alongside leader Kim Jong Hoon South Korean newspaper reported last week. Then ago she had been sentenced to hard labor after Kim. Second summit with President Trump had a rough ending in
Trump meets with top North Korean official at White House
"Rich John President Trump welcoming North Korean official to the White House this afternoon. Fox's Rachel Sutherland is live in Washington. Could there be another summit between President Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN North Korea's former spy chief Kim Yong toll is meeting with the president in the Oval Office is speculation grows. The two leaders will meet again, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, says they're discussing relations between the two countries and continue to progress on North Korea's final fully verified denuclearization. Earlier Kim Jong Joel held a closed-door meeting with secretary of state might pond peyot at a
"kim yong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We need to do is make sure we have an agreed position we know will come on the support of the feature trading arrangements, and we can go to that with the the maze. People again, saying Brexit is the will of the British people top North Korean officials set to meet with US President Donald Trump and secretary of state Mike Pompeo in Washington later this week Bloomberg sources saying this could signal a second summit between the two countries. And that it could happen soon. Kim Yong shoal will be in Washington Friday, the official line from the US State Department is there are no meetings to announce November meetings were cancelled US Pentagon has confirmed the death of five military fighters by an explosion near a patrol and Syria. Islamic state has claimed responsibility now shortly after that announcement vice. President Mike Pence addressing an audience at the State Department. We are bringing our troops hall. The caliphate has crumbled, an ISIS has been defeated. But Trump ally Senator Lindsey Graham says this is dangerous my concern by the statements made by President Trump is it should set in motion enthusiasm by the enemy were fighting. You make people were trying to help wonder about us. He says the president needs to look long hard before he withdraws from Syria. And even though is trying to improve exchanges with North Korea. South Korean officials say they've stopped businessmen from bringing North Korean painting south that have been covered under the UN. Sanctions. It says even now permits are required in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Bryan, sir. Edward oh. Thank you very much in Singapore. Olivier dossier head of applied research at Exuma Asia's our guest Olivia. I'm it's great to have you with us on the program. We have some concerns in the Mark. This morning, but likely already discounted by all the selling that we saw back in December. And so the markets are advancing. But my question to you is should we actually wait for the Chinese stimulus to kick in to buy China? Or should we get out in front and go do it? Now. Well, that's a good question. And it actually depends. You know, if you're an international investor or if you're a domestic local investor right now, China's still has a lot of work to do it has to rebalance if the economy it has to deal with the the huge amount of leverage in its in its financial system, and it has his trade war going on with the US. So what what it needs right now is really stability while it deals with some of these problems. So I think you're likely to get a stimulus for that. But that's only going to be designed to provide liquidity enough liquidity ahead of the Chinese New Year period to have financial stability, and you're not gonna be able to change the fundamentals that it has to deal with your kicking the can down the road on the leverage issue or the de leveraging issue, but you're not going to be able to change the fact that the global economy slowing that investors last quarter have kind of changed their mind about how strong the economy really is. And actually how weak. It could be and that's going to be a headwind that you can't prevent with just a stimulus package. Yes. Certainly does seem at least what happened yesterday kicking the can down the road. What about in terms of some of the other stimulus points? They've seen the couple of weeks ago that triple I caught Ben earlier this week as well vowing logic tax cuts today. Just more of a I guess papering, the overall issues are they gonna help longer Tim? I think again. Yeah, they they're designed to help the banking system says prevent any kind of run on the Bank so to speak. If there is a for some reason a negative risk event. That happens you have Chinese New Year coming in with a huge demand for cash at this time of year by by retailers. So they're going to the Bank anyway to to to to withdraw cash so banks really have a an equity shortage ran this time of year. So that's really designed to help with that. And what really the government there is trying to do is is they have to organize a soft landing of their economy. They have to prevent any kind of run on the Bank or financial crisis from the debt load that they have and they have to deal with the trade war. So they really need to have everything as calm as possible. Even that time, we're not used to focusing on cracks in the Chinese economy. But the auto sector really cracked last year in two thousand eighteen and if that happens in the housing sector this year. Well, look out below right? That's right. That's right. So they are all these potential cracks that are in the system. A lot of the loans that the banks have are related to property. A lot of the the the that that's out there is related to properties. Obviously, this is a crack that everybody's watching.
Trump administration claims tax refunds will still go out
"Hear ExxonMobil's bid to block attorney general Maura Healey's investigation. She's looking into whether the company misled investors and consumers about what it knew about the link between fossil fuels and climate change summit between President Trump and North Korea's leader could happen early this year in apparent preparation for that Kim Jong on making. A four day trip to China CBS's, Ben Tracy from Beijing North Korean leader, Kim Jong moon has now arrived here in Beijing for what appears to be a multi day. Visit he is expected to meet with Chinese president Xi Jinping in this will be the fourth meeting between these two leaders in just the past year. Now, we are told that Kim Jong moon has brought with him his wife resold Jew as well. As Kim Yang Chow who is one of his top diplomats. Now, that's significant because Kim Yong tool has been the point person for discussions with United States. And we're South Korea Washington is still pressing the north to come up with a detailed accounting of its nuclear arsenal. And so far that has not happened. Twelve hundred fish twelve hundred fifteen national grid workers okayed a new contract today ending their lockout that began in June. They'll return to work in a couple of weeks, although we won't have to attend the next Nantucket court date and Kevin Spacey's cases March fourth Spacey in court today for a brief appearance. A not guilty plea entered on the disgraced actors behalf to charges of groping an eighteen year old boss boy in a bar in two thousand sixteen. Geno.
Anti-immigration party set for election gains as Sweden swings right
"The polls have opened in Sweden's general election, where an anti immigration party is vying to win a pivotal role in a country long seen as a bastion of liberal values. Jenny hill reports from Stockholm Sweden's most significant election in decades, the far-right anti-migrant party, the Sweden Democrats are on course, to take at least a fifth of the vote this week prime minister. He's ruling party is unlikely to secure a majority has worn voters against what he described as dark forces mobilising in the country, Sweden took in more people seeking asylum per head of population than any other European country. The Sweden Democrats have made political capital out of the crisis focusing on what they say is migrants related crime.
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D.C. Memo: We’ve always been at trade war with Eastasia
"From abc news this is perspective a closer look at the week's top stories and the stories you may have missed i'm aaron katersky coming up twists and turns in the us north korea summit will be june twelfth in singapore what hurry well it's really gets to know you kind of a situation roseanne cancelled following a racist tweets blatantly patently the definition of racism very black and white this is not about being a conservative you're being a racist and a basketball rookie speaks out after he was taste by officers are baggage to tell us when you have today still on the ground for about ten minutes you know still wet you know face to the ground see my family the us north korea summit is back on june twelfth in singapore went very well it's really gets to know you a situation president trump at the white house moments after wrapping up a one hour twenty minute meeting with north korean envoy kim yong who delivered what the president called a very interesting letter from kim jong un meeting where a letter was given to me by kim jong and that letter was sir nice letter how much how much how much it was a very interesting letter at some point that may be it may be appropriate and maybe i'll be able to give it to you maybe he'll be able to see it and maybe fairly soon president later said he hadn't actually read the letter yet but the face to face meeting between president trump and kim jong un is back on for june twelfth in singapore the president said that it's when and where a process would start aimed at denuclearizing the korean peninsula we talked about a lot of things we really did but the big the big deal will be on on june twelfth and again it's a process doesn't go we're not gonna sign what i'm going to go in and sign something on june twelfth we never were we're going to start a process i think they'd like to see something happen and if we can work that out the president trump said he looks forward to the day when he can take.
America's poor becoming more destitute under Trump - U.N. expert
"Friday night news donald trump moving towards new outreach to bladder mir putin now why is this breakdown on friday night we can't say for sure but the wall street journal is reporting late friday the trump administration working on a potential trump putin summit jon huntsman us ambassador russia has been back in washington helping arrange this trump putin meeting the summit would be focused on specifics not grand bargaining according to an official those things need to be negotiated now trump also announced today that that on again off again june twelfth summit with north korea leader kim jong un back on the decision comes after trump met with kim jong un's right hand man this is the former spy chief kim yong choi now in a meeting at the oval office that lasted basically over an hour now kim young travel to washington to handle liver this letter to president trump this is on behalf of kim jong un a president trump then telling reporters at the white house he'd read the quote very nice very interesting letter then he said this.
"kim yong" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Kabc news is live and local at twelve thirty and i'm jeff wiggle and president trump announced the next month's summit with north korean dictator kim jong un is back on after meeting with a north korean official today in the oval office will be on june twelfth in singapore went very well it's really kind of a situation he also said he does not know what's in the letter kim yong gave him today i haven't seen the letter yet purposely didn't open eleven i haven't opened i didn't open it in front of the director i said would you want me to open it he said you can read it later i may be in for a big surprise trump said he hopes the june twelfth summit with kim jong hoon will not be his last meeting with north korea there was a deadly officer involved shooting and torrance around nine this morning near the planet fitness gym on hawthorne boulevard police responded to a call about a man with a knife and responding officers contacted the subject who refused orders to drop the weapon and started advancing toward them police say they tried to use less than lethal means to stop the man but when he kept advancing at them they shot and killed him authorities have publicly identified the woman who was fatally shot by fullerton police after she allegedly stabbed her therapist yesterday as forty six year old catherine braise o of santa ana an autopsy and spending according to the orange county coroner's office and the la unified school district service workers voted overwhelmingly to ratify new contract that negotiators agreed to just days before they were scheduled to go on strike ninety seven percent of sei you local ninety nine thirty thousand members voted for the new labor packed the l a usd boards expected to vote on the agreement june twelfth that guarantees raises the first year provides economic wade supplements for the second.
"kim yong" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is morning edition from npr news i'm david greene in culver city california and i'm rachel martin in washington dc president trump is getting an unusual delivery today a top north korean official is going to hand him a letter from north korea's leader kim jong un it is the latest step in this dance between the us and north korea over whether kim and trump will hold a summit in singapore later this month you a secretary of state mike pompeo held meetings with the senior official his name is kim yang chill they met new york this week and propel said they made real progress toward creating the conditions for a summit many conversations have been had about how we might perceive what the path might be forward so that we can achieve denuclearization that the world demands of north korea and the security assurances that would be required for them to allow us to achieve that but they're not quite there yet npr white house reporter aisha roscoe joins us to talk more hi good morning rachel where do things stand i realized that's a big question but to your best as you said a top official a kim yong from north korea is supposed to deliver a letter from kim jong on today president trump said he's looking forward to this letter we don't know what it will say but the white house is saying that there have been substantive talks between the us and north korea in recent days and and secretary pompeii all says real progress has been made by both sides in the last seventy two hours or so right but we don't exactly know what that progress is the us has made it a precondition of the summit that the north promise to eventually denuclearize but the north has been intransigent on that point right.
Cohn, Yuki Noguchi and Legal Counsel discussed on Morning Edition
"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst french president emmanuel macron has told president trump that the new us tariffs on european mexican and canadian goods are illegal and quote a mistake and here's owner beardsley reports the e u is drawing up a list of american products to be hit with tariffs french media reporting that bourbon jen peanut butter and harley davidsons are likely to be on that list macaroni office said in a statement that the two presidents spoke by phone thursday night macaroni told trump the way to resolve imbalances in international markets is not through outdated policies of economic nationalism but instead with a coordinated response from major g seven economies npr's eleanor beardsley reporting from paris north korea's military intelligence chief kim yong choi makes a rare visit to washington today to hand president trump a letter from kim jong un this a day after he and secretary of state mike pompeo met new york to revive an on again off again nuclear summit pompeii oh says good progress was made during yesterday's talks president trump's lawyer michael cohen is facing legal peril but in the past it was cohen who has sought to put legal pressure on others npr's tim mack reports on exclusive on cohen's history of legal threats in two thousand fifteen while working as a reporter for the daily beast i began writing about then candidate trumps divorced from his first wife ivana the subject matter infuriated trump's personal lawyer michael cohen who responded with threats of a lawsuit he's going to have more than have to entice legal counsel mother he never did file suit but the legal threats shed light on how cohn has responded to perceive problems for his boss and on cohen's pattern of behavior tim mack npr news washington no change in the us unemployment rate is expected this morning with the labor department reports on hiring for the month of may npr's yuki noguchi has more workers are harder to find and difficult to keep as the pool of available workers continues to shrink yet economists expect to see payroll increases of about one hundred ninety thousand for the month of may matching the average growth rate seen over the last year economists expect to see more people who hadn't been working or looking for work to join.
Rajoy Concedes, Sanchez Will Become Prime Minister of Spain
"Seven and bitcoins that'll change this morning at seven thousand five hundred forty two dollars straight ahead we have the latest world and national news this is bloomberg thank you karen that brings us to six thirty three on wall street the very latest now on those korea talks from bloomberg's john tucker good morning good morning bob secretary of state mike pompeo says that after talks with the north korean on roy kim yong shaw he still can't guarantee you us north korea summit on june twelve deli reporters negotiators had made real progress setting conditions for a summit saying it would be nothing short of tragic to let this opportunity go to way sarah remains a great deal of work to do and we made progress here as well as at the same time made progress and the other venues the conversations were taking place the focus shifts today to the white house that's where the north korean delegation will meet with president trump in spain prime minister marianna roy has been defeated with a no confidence vote in parliament the socialist leader pedro sanchez is due to replace him as premier and is expected to be sworn in within days bloomberg's maria today reports from dread sanchez really he's going to be in government but it's gonna be very difficult to stay in power for him just eighty five seats and i can tell you it's been incredibly nasty larva tax between the socialists see the donald on the just completely furious super pedrick sanchez this might be the staying in government a lot harder new birds maria today wouldn't madrid with june twentyfourth elections approaching in turkey that country's secularists are fighting to protect their way of life blueberries record she's in istanbul while the collision between secular turkey and turkey is nothing new the clash between them has now morphed into one hundred terrorism versus democracy the political battle over the next few weeks will be fought on the economy but the looming concern for some prison rigid taipower don's place to raise a more pious generation in istanbul charm coach bloomberg daybreak in recent months apple has been criticized for the addictive nature.
Mike Pompeo, Samantha B and Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation discussed on The Mike Opelka Show
"This morning rossa k is here with more of america's first news well gordon secretary of state mike pompeo says there's been progress toward a possible summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un pompeo met with kim confidante kim yong challah who is set to handle liver a letter to president trump today from the north korean leader contents unknown a twenty five percent tax on steel and ten percent tax on aluminum from the eu mexico and canada into the us started at midnight canadian prime minister justin trudeau objected strongly calling the tariff center front to our two nations military alliance the european commission is vowing to bring a case before the world trade organization and impose impose duties on us imports their reward for stephen wiggins is up to forty six thousand dollars police say he's the suspected killer of tennessee sheriff's deputy fatally shot during a traffic stop early wednesday the tennessee bureau of investigation says despite receiving hundreds of tips there have been no confirmed sightings of wiggins considered armed endanger highly anticipated job statistics are eligible for the markets open economists expect the us added one hundred ninety thousand nonfarm jobs in may up from one hundred sixty four thousand the month before the employment rate is forecast to stay at three point nine percent denmark's the latest e you country to ban fullface avails mainly this will affect muslim women wearing a niqab or burqa amnesty international calls the voter discriminatory violation of women's rights but the justice minister says being able to see each other's facial expressions is of value in denmark to sponsors pulled their ads from full frontal with samantha b after the host used of vulgarity to describe ivanka trump on the show wednesday night be apologized as did her network tbs and the philadelphia zoo is working with police to locate three peacocks still missing since stalling traffic along the nearby busy schuylkill expressway wednesday night the zoo says peacocks have roamed off its property in the past but always turned for escape this time but one was found dead on the highway likely struck by surprise vehicle i like that zoo i haven't been in awhile since the kids were younger that's a good zoo the philadelphia zoo apparently some people haven't been back in a while either.
‘He Pretty Much Gave In to Whatever They Asked For’
"That brings us to five oh seven on wall street the very latest now on the korea talks from bloomberg's john tucker a good morning good morning bob a north korea delegation will visit president trump at the white house today carrying a letter from kim jong owner secretary of state mike pompeo met thursday new york with the top diplomat kim yong co considered kim jong un's right hand man in says he's still can't guarantee a us north korea summit on june twelfth this is a difficult difficult challenge make no mistake about it there remains a great deal of work to do with the arrival of the new hurricane season today towns and cities in florida and texas are still waiting for hundreds.
Future of North Korea summit still unclear despite high-level talks
"All cruised through the early rounds today in the finals of the national spelling bee howard finished in the top ten last year and it's one of sixteen students left in the competition that had more than five hundred in the beginning howard spelled five words correctly in rounds four through eight today as the field finalist was narrowed down from forty one to sixteen advancing to tonight's final rounds secretary of state mike pompeo says he still can't say if the us north korea summit is a go for next month following talks in new york with high level envoy kim yong choi however he told reporters today negotiators have made real progress setting conditions for a summit warning though that the road ahead will not be smooth this is going to be a process that will take days and weeks to work our way through that will be tough moments that will be difficult times i've had some difficult conversations with them as well they've given right back to me to brought to you by attorney alexander shinohara a man for the people for more alabama stories go yellowhammer news dot com i'm jay holland.
EU, Canada And Mexico Threaten Tariffs To Retaliate Against US
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. Mexico is threatening its own terrorists in response to new US duties on imported steel and aluminum as NPR's. Carrie Kahn reports. Mexico's economy minister fired off a list of American goods to be taxed in retaliation. Just minutes after the us announcement, the list is long. There are US pork products, apples grapes, cranberries cheeses, as well as finished steel products. Mexico's economy minister says the Trump administration's justification for the tariff is improper and will damage strategic sectors in North America's integrated industries, including automotive, aerospace, in electron IX Mexico. The US and Canada are currently renegotiating the North American Free trade agreement president Enrica recap. And in yet dough and Canada's, Prime Minister. Justin Trudeau spoke the Afon pledging to continue the NAFTA talks and working together to defend international free trade. Based on rules. Carrie Kahn, NPR news, Mexico City, north and South Korea are holding senior level peace talks in a border village. They're focusing on reducing tensions on the peninsula and ending the North's nuclear weapons program. The meeting comes after two days of talks between US Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, and senior North Korean voi-, Kim, Yong chill in New York, Pompeo and Kim discussed a potential summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN Trump cancelled a plan th summit in Singapore says the meetings still could happen. The diocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis has agreed to a two hundred and ten million dollars settlement with clergy. Sex abuse victims, Mets, epoch of Minnesota public radio reports that the settlement is one of the largest bankruptcy payouts by US Roman Catholic diocese. The archdiocese has filed for bankruptcy in two thousand fifteen. After the Minnesota legislature temporarily extended the statute of limitations for sex abuse suits the two hundred ten. We'll be split among four hundred fifty survivors including Jim Keenan who helped negotiate the deal after victims rejected an earlier offer. Never plan that exited. Pissed off Irishman and some other guys would say, you know what? We don't like their plan. We're gonna write another. It hadn't been done before. They have to listen to victims now wants a federal bankruptcy. Judge signs off the archdiocese, pandits parishes will pay about forty million dollars. The rest will come from insurers for NPR news. I'm Matt Sepik in Minneapolis, fourteen year old, Dallas area, eighth grader, car thick nemani is this year's champion of the Scripps national spelling bee as heard here, courtesy of ESPN nemani correctly spelled coin Aena Greek word for communion coin. Aena k. o I n o n I a that is correct. Numani bested a field of more than five hundred contestants to win the two thousand eighteen spelling bee title. You're listening to NPR news. Google self driving spinoff Waymo plans to launch in Arizona this year with up to sixty two thousand Chrysler Pacifica hybrid minivans. That's under a deal announced on Thursday. The technology will be deployed in a ride hailing service in the Phoenix area before the end of the year, and then expanded to other US markets Waymo plans to pick up people in cars that will not have a human in the driver seat, making it the first ride hailing service with the fleet of fully autonomous vehicles. The founder of Pittsburgh's innovative art museum. The mattress factory has died barber. Morales skiing was a champion for what's known as installation. Art NPR's. Bob Mondello has more. The mattress factory was an empty warehouse when Luder hausky bought it in nineteen seventy seven, installing a food co-op, partly so she wouldn't have to leave bored with what she called pedestal Archie devoted the institution to the notion of site specific installations where artists respond to the space. There. Even and visitors get to inhabit art, not just look at it to keep that notion close. She lived atop the building site specific works, filling the four floors below being even a peripheral part of the actual process. You know. So the thinking process and the flexibility and the problem solving and all of those things which to me are so important in terms of what art does mattress factory founder, Barbara Luder hausky was Eighty-eight. Bob Mondello NPR news on stock market shares are mixed higher in Tokyo. Following a down day on Wall Street, blue chips, plunged two hundred fifty. One points the NASDAQ lost twenty. I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington.
Macron Calls Donald Trump's Tariff Decision 'Illegal
"Radio i'm carmen roberts french president macron calls the us trade tariffs that just went into effect illegal even republicans are criticizing president trump's decision to impose steel and aluminum tariffs on the eu canada and mexico she knew republicans like outgoing speaker paul ryan saying we should reserve these battles for nations like china and warning this will be a tax increase on american consumers henry the eu canada and mexico plan to retaliate against american goes talk of tariffs since stocks lower the dow fell two hundred fifty one points secretary of state mike pompeo makes progress towards a summit with north korea could be nothing short of tragic to let this opportunity after two days and hours of negotiations in new york north korean top aide kim yong troll left for washington to hand deliver a letter to president trump from the regime's leader fox news we report you decide.
Future of North Korea summit still unclear despite high-level talks
"Early twenty twenty nick reich vich newsradio seven forty key r j t r h news time seven oh three secretary of state mike pompeo says after talks with north korean on voi kim yong he's still can't guarantee a us north korea summit on june twelfth pompilio telling reporters that negotiators have made real progress though in setting up conditions for a summit we think that working together the people the united states and north korea can create a future defined by friendship and collaboration not by mistrust and fear and threats palmdale man today in new york with the top right hand man to kim jong un well the astros are back home starting a four game series with the american league east leading boston red sox tonight this after the astros lost two out of three to the yankees the last two days tonight aides drew pomeranz on the hill for the red sox.
"kim yong" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Flattering comedy movie about north korea right he's also thought to be behind the deadly thinking of south korean navy vessel in two thousand ten and as a result of some of that colorful past the us had sanctions and travel restrictions on this kim so the administration had to actually pull some strings so that he was allowed into new york to have this down with with secretary pump peyot there is a remarkable picture of the secretary and kim yong tool standing on a high point admiring the skyline of new york city and secretary pompeo pointing out some of the landmarks so do we have an idea what these meetings are about like is this just the trump administration trying to get as familiar as they can with kim jong hoon or is there stuff that needs to be ironed out ahead of this summit will in the words of a senior state department official what they're trying to do is to see if they have the makings of a successful summit and i think peter that is trying to narrow the definition of the respective leaders have about denuclearization the us has long said that its goal is what they abbreviated cv id that is complete verifiable irreversible denuclearization the north korea has its own definition of what denuclearization means and so the two sides are trying to see if they can narrow the distance between those enough for there to be a successful meeting between president trump and kim jong un whether that happens on june twelfth or at some later date ultimately that's going to be a decision that president trump left to make we have to imagine that the north koreans come to a meeting like this with some demand saying if you're gonna tell us to shudder our nuclear program what what's in it for us is there any notion of what the united states might need to offer in return.
"kim yong" Discussed on KOMO
"Right now gregg hersholt manda factor frank lenzi at the editor's desk for the komo morning news president trump says he did not fire fbi director james comey over the russia investigation despite previously citing that as the reason trump tweeted this morning not that it matters but i never fire james call me because of russia the corrupt mainstream media loves to keep pushing that narrative but they know it's not true trump fired komi in may of two thousand seventeen and a few days later trump told nbc's lester holt he was thinking of quote this russia thing when he fired komi top american and north korean officials are meeting right now to continue talks about saving the summit between president trump and north korea's leader secretary of state mike pompeo and kim yong had dinner last night in new york city and we've just seen video of them sitting down again this morning both who scheduled are taking a formal talks to this morning kim is the highest ranking north korean official to visit this country in the past eighteen years the president heads to texas today and we'll meet with families affected by the recent school shooting at santa fe high school the white house offered few details but said the president will offer personal condolences and support ten people were killed in that shooting on may eighteen roseanne barr says she might fight to keep her sitcom from being canceled the comedian tweeting the positive feedback she's gotten since her show was cancelled tuesday is giving her confidence to fight abc the network cancelled the show after she tweeted a racially charged slur about former obama aide valerie jarrett a very young reporter paid a visit to the white house yesterday and asked what the administration is doing to stop school shootings more from abc's jonathan karl and several emotional meetings after the parkland shooting back in february president trump vowed action to combat gun violence in schools the world is watching but what has actually been done that's what thirteen year old time for kids reporter benji croon wanted to know when he made a surprise appearance that wednesday's white house briefing lockdown others mental health system worry about the fact could get shots specifically the station was drawing an emotional response from the press secretary i think that as a kid and certainly as a parent there is nothing that could be more terrifying for a kid to go to school and not.
"kim yong" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"American cancer society which says we should start getting screened for colon cancer at age forty five instead of at age fifty the group lowered its guidelines yesterday after research clearly showed we're getting colorectal cancel cancer at ever younger ages in the us although it's not clear why how about this stat people born in the eighties and nineties or at double the risk now for developing cancer of the colon and four times the risk for developing cancer of the rectum compared to people born in the nineteen forties and fifties eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning rossa ks back with more of america's first news gordon secretary of state mike pompeo dined with kim jong un's top general at an upper east side apartment in manhattan ahead of a full day of meetings today on the upcoming trump kim summit pompeo tweeted good working dinner with kim yong shawl in new york tonight steak corn and cheese on the menu after a series of roundtable discussions texas governor greg abbott unveiled a long list of school safety improvements ranging from school hardening strategies like reducing the number of entries and exits and active shooter alarm systems that sound different from fire alarms everybody in this entire process and everybody in the state of texas never wants to see another occasion were innocent children are gunned down and their own schools their proposals are a response to the shootings at santa fe high school in south texas two weeks ago that left ten dead president trump meets with families and friends of those victims there today the white house delayed imposing global tariffs of twenty five percent on imported steel and ten percent on aluminum for some european countries to give them a chance to offer concessions but time's up the wall street journal reports the.
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"Fox news radio i'm carmen roberts secretary of state mike pompeo will meet again today in new york city with north korean spy chief kim yong troll is the to try to lay the groundwork for a singapore summit we are preparing and expect that to take place on june twelfth and we'll be ready if it does on june twelve and if it's not then we'll be ready if it takes place on july dwell white house spokeswoman sarah sanders the atlantic hurricane season begins friday and nearly thirty thousand people are still without power and puerto rico governor ricardo rosales worried about what's going to happen if they have to deal with the storm as potent as hurricane maria again we're cognizant of the fact that if another storm hits puerto rico similar or even lower magnitude the devastation of the energy grid will will ensue fox's joel nato reporting the island's power grid still teetering after a nearly four billion dollar repair job fox news we report you decide saturday and sunday on the talk of connecticut start with the big favourite from the fifties and sixties in tune in all weekend long for the best time to try and put a fruit trees when in balloon all the flowers will fall dr ronald hoffman strategies for macular degeneration magical treatments and the car dr what do you do for living don't work talk of connecticut weekends d in the morning the best talk all day long on apple has released a longawaited update to their mobile operating system now at version eleven point four made for the iphone and ipad the update brings a few new features including airplay to airplay to will allow you to.
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"The white house is calling in expected summit between the president and the north korean leader kim jong un including a key meeting that is taking place this evening in new york city with top officials from the us and north korea in a series of tweets this morning the president again indicating that selecting jeff sessions as attorney general was a mistake in one that he regrets the president also weighing in on abc's firing of roseanne barr after her racist and antisemitic tweets yesterday the first lady also using twitter responding to reports on her health quote i see the media is working overtime speculating where i am and what i'm doing rest assured the first lady said i'm here at the white house with my family feeling great and working hard on behalf of children and the american people first lady by the way has not appeared in public since she returned to the white house after minor kidney surgery in midmay she was absent from the memorial day wreath laying ceremony at arlington national cemetery and event were traditionally the first lady has attended we begin though with more on north korea and a summit that appears to be back on track for midjune north korea's former spy chief kim yong role is in new york tonight where he will have dinner a meeting with secretary of state mike pompeo he is described as kim jong loons right hand man the seventy seventy two year old is known as one of the most powerful individuals within the north korean government he played a central role in talks between north and south korea earlier this year at the white house questions on a meeting between kim jong un and president trump here's steve holland.
"kim yong" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The vice chairman of north korea's party central committee at he's on his way to new york as talks continue on reviving a plan summit between kim jong un and president trump wbz's josh binswanger talked to cbs news military analyst mike lions about kim yong coal and this latest mission history and what he's been involved with in the past he's at the at the core of a lot of adversarial activities of of north korea against the united states he's got his fingers in a lot of different parts and he's though a very loyalist to the the north korean leader kim jong un who meet with secretary of state mike pompeo and i think look to expand some of the details of this upcoming summit that the two leaders will have what exactly do you do they hope to have take place in new york obviously there in new york as opposed to washington this or any significance to that locale getting away from the flagpole trying to logistical support probably better for him in new york at this point you know given with the united nations there is other countries involved if there's any possibility that they would be part of the talks it'll allow also the secretary of state to focus with the the united nations chairperson as well so it'll it'll just be a way to keep from the typical kind of washington dc distractions folks are still focused on june twelfth there's a date is it realistic for this to happen given the delays that have taken place so far well let's hope that if it does happen june twelve there's something to talk about it's to set up to fail the president is pushing for it to happen now again even after the letter he wrote two weeks ago there so i think he feels that there's been a solid response to that letter which is why the meeting can go forward again on june twelfth felt it's moving along nicely but let let's just make sure that we have some clear objectives to accomplish by then and we don't set someone up to fail i is that would not that would not be something that would be good for the trump administration or i think for the country cbs military analyst mike lions coming up austin police make an arrest in a high park murder nicole davis with that story straight ahead.
"kim yong" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Yet three and a half hours is totally reasonable for a bollywood from in some of these movies do like have every single john russo well within the films and these films are so great that they leave them in the theaters for ten fifteen twenty there's a film that's been in theaters for almost twenty five years now what film is that while eight they'll lay john guy which is objectively the greatest film of all time agree yeah so if we were to watch one bollywood moving get hold like a gateway bollywood flick either older knew what would you recommend i would probably say this sean i would probably say delayed alania john gay for me it is kind of the platonic ideal of a bollywood movie so many of them are romances between two people who cannot be together for some reason whether it's their families disapproving or their come from two different class passes and this movie really captures that basic formula the best way i think so i want to ask you one more thing each of your episodes of bollywood boys ends with this little number performed i think by both giving nine nine nine nine good night ninety nine and then i go nine nine nine nine go ninety nine i and then i i don't wanna go what is the story behind that so there's a movie called duplicate and that is our version of one of the most popular songs in that movie and the actual lyric he just says line line light night and it was john's idea he just saying it like that one day and i was like this perfect we gotta have this as our as our footer while for a couple of guys who drifted away from bollywood you are surely deep into it again.
"kim yong" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Auto and i became like the only brown kid in my school so all the sudden i'm just trying to blend in as much as i can if bollywood was something that i had to cut out so i can pick up another thing to relate to these other kids than i was going to do it so there was like six years where i didn't watch any bollywood films but instead i was like skating riding bikes watching like i dunno mission impossible in talking about that in school and then it took i think when i was in college i started hanging out with more indian or pakistani people and you know it just became the thing to do again and sean why did you lose interest in bollywood when you were younger so i grew up on these movies and there weren't a lot of other near in our pockets spiny kids in my school growing up so for me it was just something that i thought was lame i was embarrassed of it was just like something my parents made me watch but i remember like secretly really loving them and then i kind of separated myself from bollywood altogether and i would stay in college i became friends with other indian impacts vanni kids who really did love bollywood and that's how i sort of got back into it i mean it's kind of interesting that you both came back to bollywood in college when you both kind of reconnected with these cultures and seemed to be less worried about what being an other means or what people might think this is hardly a accessibility to these movies is also an issue i mean i remember some years ago if you want to watch bollywood you'd have to rent the vhs at a local speciality shop now you can watch it on netflix yes absolutely this is sean i mean when we were kids most of the movies that i saw were bootleg copies and a lot of times the copy would pretty much just be some uncle sitting in the theater recording the screen so just be.
"kim yong" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Not go ahead not good song john johnny tana from the nineteen ninety eight hollywood film beyond kyoto dir nekia sean and saga are both actors in la two years ago they were hanging out and just started randomly talking about that song that led to a deeper conversation about how much bollywood houston mean to them when they were kids that led to this podcast to the bollywood boys podcast we are your hosts he is sean he is saga and we are the bollywood boys fano meadow sean and saugus join me now so for the uninitiated what do i need to know to appreciate bollywood movies china wouldn't to take it sure this is shaun talking to appreciate bollywood movies you just have to kind of leave all your expectations at the door in terms of what you would normally expect out of film watching experience you're going to go on a three hour on average thrill ride full of music and dancing comedy and drama laughing and crying every emotion you could possibly experience all in one and lots of pity people and pretty colors tell us your stories i mean i know from listening to some of your podcast bollywood boys that you kind of complicated histories when it comes to watching and enjoying bollywood this is saga speaking i watched by would a lot as a kid growing up in houston it was a really diverse area and i had other people around me that i could share these interests with and then i moved to san antonio.
"kim yong" Discussed on PRI's The World
"A high level signal that the june twelfth summit might be back on kim yong chill is currently the vice chairman of the workers party of korea's united front department responsible for fomenting support for the country in south korea and he's primarily known for his involvement in interkorean affairs for instance he played an important role in the representing saw earlier between the two koreas this year the china olympics he's also a lot older than kim jong own he's probably in his early seventies i've seen a how does somebody survive in northridge in circle for so long as he just yes ma'am well he was around during the tenure of kim's father he was someone reported to trusted by kim's father most infamously kim yong chill is reported to be the mastermind behind the two thousand ten attack by north korea south korean corvette the show on which killed forty two south korean sailors a so that certainly makes him something of unpopular figure in both south korea and the united states and indeed he is personally designated under us treasury sanctions so he likely had to have received an exception for that to make the trip over to the united states and in some ways even more surprising he's lasted this long because i also read that he's not very differential and even snarky at times what do we know of his personality that's true i mean reports on personalities of individual north korean leaders do need to be taken with a grain of salt but kim young chill certainly does have a reputation for being prickly for speaking straight and even for making an appropriate remarks jokes encounters with south korean officials so that's something to watch for during his trip to the united states kim young tool is not a diplomat which is again one of the reasons why he would not have been the first person out of expected north koreans to send over but he is accompanied by people with more knowledge of the us north korea relationship so that's not to say that kim young joe is entirely unprepared for this trip quite contrary what kind of a ton of me might he have negotiations with pompeii i mean just in terms of negotiating on behalf of kim jong un i suspect very little autonomy all.
"kim yong" Discussed on PRI's The World
"And the answer is that we believe they have sufficient islanders straining plutonium perhaps twenty five to thirty nuclear weapons we believe that with the six nuclear tests that they've actually conducted that they could deliver those nuclear warheads in most likelihood to all of south korea japan i do not believe at this time they yet have the capability to put those warheads on an icbm and in the continental ballistic missile to reach the united states or for that matter guam or what so if the estimate is north korea has enough material for twenty five to thirty nukes how long do you estimate denuclearization is gonna take because you're one of the few experts from the west who is actually visited the nuclear sites in north korea well dwayne did i look at it is it took them twenty five or so years to nuclearise the get to the arsenal that i just described so let me give you the bottom line up front i've laid out a road map at it says probably would take on the order of ten years but that could stretch to fifteen years if the politics don't work out the reason for it being that long is it took a long time to be able to first of all to the three parts of what it takes for a nuclear arsenal that is first to make the bomb fuel that's petroleum highland midge uranium that takes large number facilities second you have to be able to design and actually manufacturer intest abomb end in third you have to be able to deliver and that's the missile part so if you look at those components with dozens of sites many many hundreds of buildings and thousands of people end the turn that around is gonna take sort of timeframe did i just mentioned addition to timeframe will be largely determined as to whether the us and north korea can build sufficient trust allow north korea to feel sufficiently comfortable insecurity to be able to give up the nuclear weapons.
"kim yong" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep let's just say it right up front we are paying lots of attention arguably too much attention to the exact preliminary details of a possible summit meeting between the leaders of the united states and north korea but somewhere in those details lies the question of whether a meeting happens and more important whether it resolves a nuclear crisis on the korean peninsula the latest news is that one of north korea's top officials is traveling to new york city he's a longtime korean intelligence official with past involvement and many violent acts and now he's heading to the us let's discuss this with joel wet he's a former us diplomat has been involved in negotiations with north korea over the years he's now at the stimson center in washington dc welcome back the program sir thank you so who is this official kim yong tool well kim young troll as you said is a very important official in the north korean government he started out in the military police and he was a bodyguard to kim jong il who is the current leaders father was it software and moved up the ranks and in two thousand and nine essentially became head of the north korean cia and during his tenure of course has been responsible for violent acts against south korea but also had a long history of experience in prize it negotiations with south koreans and americans as well during the obama administration well as you may have heard recently from a lot of the press reports there's been a secret intelligence channel between the united states north korea that dates back to the obama administration and so during the years of that administration there were periodic contacts between senior cia officials and kim yong troll to see if it was possible to start denuclearization talks and on top of that in two thousand fourteen the director of national intelligence james clapper visited pyongyang to get an american detainees out and he met with kim young troll so this helps to explain why it would have been that mike pompeo then the cia director would ultimately have been the person who went to meet kim jong un the north korean leader to see what the next step was and now this intelligence official is returning the favor so to speak oh absolutely you know there hasn't been much in.
"kim yong" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Meeting last week but efforts are underway to get it back on track let's talk to our correspondent in seoul rupert wingfield hayes rupert if these reports are correct this would be quite a development yeah i'm kim yong is described by some as kim jong right hand man he is a very senior general he is knows chris spy chief in effect and he has been at kim jong len's shoulder at many many of the recent development so when he came can you on shell came with kim jones youngest sister to the olympics here in south korea in february he then was with kim jong enduring both of his trips to china over the last couple of months he is very experienced going back to the negotiations with the united states in the early nineteen nineties so if as seems likely he is on his way to the united states have fire china then yes that's another step down this road towards perhaps getting a summit back on track so there is like there are three different things going on at the moment there are talks at the demilitarized zone between north and south korea there are advanced teams in singapore and now this very senior figure heading to washington and while this is going on other countries particularly japanese looking on with slight concern they've been pressing the us to take into account their interests prime minister shinzo abe japan is probably the most sceptical leader about the prospect of a summit an an an agreement with north korea he has been skeptical from the outset i think there was some relief in japan last week when everybody thought the summit was off now the people think it may be back on prime minister abe has held.
"kim yong" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"But we begin with that meeting between president trump and north korea's leader kim yong it's meant to happen next month however mr trump has said just in the last few hours good chance the historic summit may be cancelled north korea seems suitably concerned enough to have offered concessions jason strother is a journalists based in the south korean capital seoul this was president moons worst nightmare after the very chummy summit he had with kim jong last month you know he's been trying to convince president trump that pyongyang is serious about denuclearization but you know last week we had north korea saying that it felt that washington was pushing it into a corner to unilaterally denuclearize and now we have president trump's saying that maybe this summit is not going to happen if certain conditions aren't meant that this has to be bad news for president moon but as far as i've seen the south korean position still is that it's going to go off without a hitch on june twelfth in singapore yesterday we had a british american chinese and russian journalists fly into north korea to watch the demolition this week of the putin gary nuclear test site this is the facility where north korea has conducted all of its nuclear tests since two thousand and six however the south korean journalists the rate of them were more or less stranded in beijing they were they were denied entry visas but there was a turnaround today and now those journalists will be flying up north to watch this demolition take place we have to remember that back in two thousand eight north korea demolish the cooling tower at the young young nuclear reactor the plutonium processing center it only took a few years to get that reactor backup and producing nuclear material after that cooling tower was knocked down and there is some speculation that if north korea does go ahead and blow up the the four tunnels at the that the poem gator he's site it could be rebuilt in some time or again does it have some other testing center hidden away in the mountains somewhere jason that journalists space in seoul with an update on the meeting next month between kim jong un and president trump still unsure whether that is going to.
"kim yong" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"What are we what are we willing or what should we be willing to say one more thing i think this is one of the most fascinating things happening in our timeframe right now and we're not talking about it enough real daniels why is why are why is it happening now on your view coincidentally they don't i think that there is i think trump is a different actor in this whole scene and i think kim young own is fascinated by americans obviously in american culture and i think that he wants to be part of the world scene and and trump is playing into that now does this actually end up in a deal i don't know but i think that's kind of where it's headed i also think that trump coming in strong with china and saying look we need to impose these sanctions and were if you're not imposing them and shutting down korean money laundering so to speak through china then we're going to shut you down in other ways and i think it's now it's coming to a point where they may need to negotiate otherwise they're they're company which was their country which was already headed to claps is going to one of the things that we are if if he is willing to denuclearize we obviously need to know how he defines that because it's not like getting rid of all nukes which is maybe what we thought you know a couple of months ago that that's not what he's really thinking about then what is he going to ask of us it seems to me that unless he's totally bewildered by the president do we not give them anything i i think it's so talking about the troops there i think it is early to tell anything about our presence there i still in fact i even think in the lead up to these talks it's too early to speculate as to what will come out of those conversations one because i do think that there's sort of a wild card factor i do think that kim yong own has seen trump as trump is a disrupting fours he has disrupted the status quo in this country which has created an opening for reshuffling of other roles and.