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"kim jong nam" Discussed on Kickass News
"We were just talking about the downside of social media but one of the most fascinating parts of this for me is the role that social media actually played in their defense Do you think that they would have had much of a chance without that. No there's a there's a lot of irony to this story. It's kind of like you're saying it but it would have played like like a like a comedy in some ways. There's a lot of. There's a lot of irony in the story not only totally of the juxtaposition of these prank shows. There's this warble assassination but also with those themes. You're talking about namely i. I truly believe it is a cautionary tale about social media. But you're totally right. That with out the world of social media we would be left to wonder whether these women are guilty and that digital imprint in many ways proves their their innocence wise. There's an incredible irony in the sense that both of these women were desperately trying to be famous and that led them to these circumstances and they achieved their goal. You know they are much more famous than they probably ever expected. They would ever become a prank show but clearly. They became famous for the darkest and most morbid of reasons and so we were constantly having to grapple with those sort of duality editing room. Of how do you how do you straddle all of those worlds. How do you kind of walk that tightrope. Tony but also structurally and you know the idea that that because these women were so public on social media they can prove their innocence is is the ultimate irony there famous for all the wrong reasons but just go look back at everything they were trying to do to be famous and it kind of i wouldn't say proves but it but it definitely sheds light on the fact that they might be an end in addition to one and city. The malaysian police. Also had i think eight north korean suspects either in custody or suspects that they wanted for questioning pretty early on who were they. And how did they slip through the authorities fingers so malaysia. North korea have diplomatic relations. There's a north korean embassy in in In malaysia in kuala poor and quite a lot of north koreans working in malaysia. So they were. Many four of those people were living in in malaysia. Eh time either. Working for the embassy or working for the north korea national airline or of the others Who we name in the film. Where more of the the spies that were masking. As japanese producers and recruiting and conditioning the women for months those four men that played a direct role in the assassination and by direct. I mean like they literally put the tax into the women's hands right before they assassinated kim jong-nam or these are the men that you can see on cellphones immediately. After he dies presumably reporting back to headquarters those four guys escaped the country immediately. After kim jong nam died you can see them going into bathrooms. Changing their clothes. Disguising themselves facial hair disappears..
"kim jong nam" Discussed on Kickass News
"Assuming that this. Vx nerve agent is commonly available. It's not like these. Two women could have gone down to the pharmacist and bought a few hundred milligrams of vx so usually has access to this sort of stuff. Virtually nobody you know. It's one of the highest and substances in the world so i think maybe the upper echelons of foreign governments might have access to it. But i believe this is one of the only times it's ever been used of against a civilian. I remember that. I think it was that subway attack in tokyo or somewhere in japan and the nineties. Remember where someone used it against people and kill them. But i think that's one of the very few times so that was a big question from the very beginning like your average citizen can't cook up the it's an incredibly. It's an incredibly danger has substance that needs the the utmost expertise to be cooked accurately and safely and so that was a big question. All along is how did this substance make. Its way across the malaysian border to be used against kim jong-nam when he was traveling there. Yeah so this would seem to narrow it. Down to state actors in presumably more specifically north korean dictator kim jong hoon but i guess my question is why his brother was already basically living in exile. So what would have been the urgency to take him out of the picture and to do so in such a dramatic fashion. There's a lot of reasons why whether there's two separate questions here. The why kim jong nam was threat. There are a lot of reasons. So kim jong-nam first of all was the oldest brother and he was the oldest son of kim jong il so he had a very rightful stake to the to the to the throne. He was passed up for various reasons that we explore in our documentary in favor of kim jong un but he was very publicly questioning kim jong un's legitimacy we have them on camera questioning whether hereditary succession should be a thing of kim jong nam was seen as much more western leaning in his political philosophy and he was also saying publicly..
"kim jong nam" Discussed on Kickass News
"With award. Winning director and producer ryan white who has a compelling new documentary about the two thousand seventeen assassination of kim jong. Un's half brother and the two young women who were accused of masterminding it. The film is called assassins and it opens in theaters december. Eleventh followed by video on demand released january fifteenth ryan white. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you for having me. Well first of all. What a terrific film. I mean it had some real cloak and dagger stuff in here is just fascinating. And i don't think that i'm alone in that i remember when the assassination happened in two thousand seventeen and maybe some vague facts surrounding it but i did not even know the half of the story until i watched this film. Is that pretty much common reaction that you're hearing one hundred percent. You are absolutely not alone. In fact i am the exact same boat as you. So the reason for that is if you look back at when this assassination happened. It was february of two thousand seventeen so in the weeks prior trump had just been inaugurated so our news media was being totally overrun by the trump show as as it has been for the four years afterwards but this was sort of the beginning of that trend. And you know what was one of the biggest political assassinations of our lifetime. I think normally would have months of coverage was a blip on. The radar was a headline for one day and then and then it dissipated into the ether. And so i think most americans kind of have a glimmer of recognition when they hear about this assassination. They usually know that two women were involved because that was such such a sensational detail but very few people know the back story and almost nobody knows what happened to the two women who went on trial for murder and they were on death row. So i was the exact same way and then in late. Two thousand seventeen journalist approach me. His name is doug bob clark. And he was writing an article about this story for g. q. magazine that was very deep dive. Investigative look into the life of one of the women who had assassinated kim jong nam and the premise of that story essentially was city aisha. That's her name admits to assassinating kim jong-nam but she says she thought she was on a reality show when she did it and she didn't know she was assassinating someone so doug called me while he was writing that article and it seems like the most inconceivable bananas defense for political assassination ever but i was very compelled and doug is very credible journalist A few weeks later. I was on a flight with him to malaysia where this assassination happened meeting all of his sources. And that's that's where it all began. I let that shoot and malaysia. Thinking of like even if there isn't true this story is too wild not to be told and like you said when it happened it was so quickly overshadowed by the daily chaos of the first month or so of the trump presidency that a lot of us forgot about it or never really heard what happened with all of this so just to begin with. I'm wondering if you could take us back to the events of february thirteenth twenty seventeen and remind us of the broad strokes of what happened or what was reported in the media. What was the initial story in the press. Sure so the very initial reports were because of a little bit of leaks..
"kim jong nam" Discussed on WRVA
"In on his well you know highly thank you so much for joining us what a treat it has been to learn more about you because I mean you are you're an icon in the tech industry whether you know it or not thank you and it's a pleasure to be on your show up I've been listening to your show for a long time now usually driving back from the gate down the middle of nowhere I dial into an ATM station in there you are with your with your tech advice so it's yeah I was pretty jacked one when I got the email saying that you want to talk to me well thank you for your kind words and all right and if you ever want to like do it do well I'm here I'm here eight I can do it you can't you got it there was so much fun talking to Wiley and you can listen to the entire call my entire interview with Wylie on our podcast is look wherever you get your podcasts for command to on demand and then look for Wiley the Yahoo yodeler so Mike is going to be out next week you think I think so yeah we're we're deep releasing that next week but this is the fun thing is he I was working on the podcast in the interview yesterday and you sent me that video where he's got the kind of instructional video of how to yodel size practice in my overall I won't I won't deny it I was practicing my your and you know by myself in my studio and I have a lot of fun but then I thought you know Yang who has their own yodel sure why shouldn't Kim commando have her own yodel yes I mean you're Kim commando you should yes yes I should so I gave while your call and do you and Kim Jong nam she's a lady she's a lady she's a lady who we love so there you go great job why you now are the only probably national radio show host that has your own yodel you're on the mend the little map that was so sweet I'm so glad it was widely and not you I'm still practicing acts that was great might think they've been special all right let's go ahead and do our digital life hack in this week's but you buy the Epson pro if you're tired of expensive toner cartridges me too that's why you're gonna love.
"kim jong nam" Discussed on Hard Factor
"You clearly remember that he was assassinated by two women who got within touching distance of his face and a Malaysian airport west mention to seventeen right? They hot ladies. I thought they were. But west corrected me. I didn't see the video parents. They didn't need to be because it came up behind him. I thought that came up in front of our like Kim Jong-Nam. Now, you're so handsome sneak attack from behind. They were just assess you ever seen a hot lady. Sneak up on someone that doesn't happen. They don't need. They approach you front. That's the best way is are they know what they're doing? You're exactly right. I was thinking the other way hot women you can see from behind because, you know, you can sense. The hot women are invisible from the front. Anyways, while turns out, maybe he deserved it as Kim, Jong-Nam half brother of North Korean leader. Kim Jong UN was a CIA informant aka huge motherfucking snitch. Hold on, hold on. That's good for us. He's, he's on our team. Look, whether it's good for us or not. He's still a huge mother fucking snitch snitch to his bro. Come on supposed to be like, oh, it's good for US will know. We are supposed to be like that. It's good for you as I can so calm. A snitch. Kim Jong nam the late North Korean dictator. Kim Jong Il's eldest son apparently met on several occasions with agency operatives, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. Also, the snitch journal is calling out call at that. They cited a personal knowledgeable. This person knowledgable about the matter as their source. So that person was not able to comment because he's been eaten by piranhas. What a qualifier the wall to Wall Street will put who'd he got who's your a person knowledgeable fish fish shit is, what is apparently Kim Jong nam was almost certainly in contact with security services of other countries, as well, particularly China's probably because everyone is worried about the lunatic running the show. All right. Yeah. Wouldn't you be like if you were born into North Korea, you'd be doing all you could get out of there, you'd be like a cat, a clot of a bucket in shower, you grew up with them. How's he with ninja turtle action figures them all Burnham? He never shared them. He heads off. Barbie dolls. He always use Rafael. Now, they're like, what do you thinking today? Play basketball and order a few hits, public murders and watch him poorly for God, loves basketball, he probably fucking sucks, basketball, he's probably like a forty percents is a basketball, I think he's just jealous because this guy was living the life like outside of North Korea. Like he had like all these cars. I mean Kim Jong. Kim Jong Hoon has that inside. But he can't exactly leave the country is Free Willy nilly as. Navas out of the country. He was the type of guy that lowers the basketball hoop to eight feet to Deng contests and never raises it with tramp, trampling still hasn't feet like when you were twelve he's still has there anyways. Honestly, this is probably not good for anyone. How's the CIA allowing Trump to go visit Kim Jong UN if they knew Kim Jong Hoon assassinated? His brother for fuck sake, a year or so ago because he was four. Maybe maybe they don't like Trump Trump meets with a lot of bad, motherfuckers. I know. But particularly just he's going into the lines. Then. I mean you can't be like, hey, hey, Kim. Thanks for taking the nuclear sites. Appreciate really sorry, that the CIA turn your brother. And yet to kill him. He's got to do it in Singapore. The most stressful president to protect because the way he shakes hands. He goes in full force with his handshake, which if your secret service you like, oh chill out. Bro is leave himself susceptible to attack. I'm just saying while to like the poison the nerve. Exactly. He should. Trump should definitely have a one of those like electric shocks and his arm. Sweet..
"kim jong nam" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The Vietnamese woman who was tried in Malaysia for the killing of the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN Don tied one was released from jail this morning, and is expected to return to Vietnam she pleaded guilty to a lesser crime and served her sentence. She for North Korean men and an Indonesian woman accused of smearing nerve agent on the face of Kim Jong nam as he entered the airport in Kuala Lumpur two years ago, he died within minutes lawyers for the women say they were duped by North Korean agents into thinking they were actually taking part in a prank TV reality show. Now that long is heading home. It's likely no one will ever be convicted of this crime. The other woman was set free earlier in the four North Korean men were believed to have left Malaysia shortly after the killing we heard. Yes. Today, how Facebook is taking more responsibility for what people say on its site banning several high profile provocateurs today. The Wall Street Journal has a story about Facebook. It says the social media site is planning to use a payment system based on its own crypto currency similar to bitcoin. The difference would be Facebook would keep the coins values stable the advantage for Facebook would be sidestepping credit card processing fees. Facebook will only say that it's exploring many different applications for crypto currency technology, WikiLeaks, founder, Julian Assange is jailed in London and trying to avoid prosecution in the United States, but he still has supporters back in his native Australia. Dozens.
Vietnamese woman in Kim Jong Nam murder case freed
"Vietnamese woman who says she was tricked into helping to kill the half. Brother of the North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN has been freed from prison in Malaysia who was one of two women arrested for smearing a lethal nerve agent on Kim Jong nam face at Kuala Lumpur international airport, two years ago, the pair have repeatedly said North Korean agents convinced them they were taking part in a television
"kim jong nam" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Daily Beast is here more shadows. This is more chapter ones of spy thrillers. We welcome Suzanne Scholte president of defense forum foundation chair of the North Korea. Freedom coalition doubt understand a story about a group that is now accused of terrorism by North Korea. I know that's rich. But this is the world we live in because this group at the same time is linked to break in perhaps or confrontation or an abduction. There are many words for this with North Korean personnel. An attempt to persuade entice embrace north Fran personnel to defect. This. Same group is linked to the now murdered half. Brother of Kim Jong sung, that's Kim Jong nam crack mccartan. So a very good evening to you. We'll start with the Madrid Bassy. Can you shed any light on this is this a an ongoing dance? Around the world that all of a sudden pops up the diaspora North Korean groups that versus the of the thugs of John Yang. Good evening to you. I will say I'm gonna take a look at this at a completely different way. I believe, but I know that I do not know the members of that group. I do except for agent. Hong who is the leader the leader at it. I can tell you this. He is an exceptionally talented person. Who I knew when he was when he was a college student. He was the one that founded liberty North Korea which exploded across the US college campuses, and it can energized the young college students in the North Korea human rights movement is extremely capable a willing to put his life at risk. He got involved in underground railroad was arrested in China. But basically pushed life at risk to rescue North Koreans. I have not been in communication with them for years. I do understand that he started this group. I believe that what happened in Madrid was they were helping people in that embassy possibly to defect in something went wrong. And that's what. I believe they were it seems as if they were let in without any any difficulty. They deny all these outrageous charges that are being made against them. But that's what I believe happened at believe that is you you brought up that this. They have this is a group that helped rescue the the family of Kim Kim Jong-Nam when he'd been murdered. They helped rescue that family, and they were credited with that they work with several governments to accomplish that. But in this particular incident, I believe that you see these high profile defections happening different embassies, targeting embassies in one point out to about the embassies in North Korea. The embassies North Korea. Art, some benign entity, that's there to help make their country. Look good advocate for the country. These are criminal places where criminal activity occurs. The embassies are used to launder money to obtain to to get listed banned goods to Kim's on to the regime to to to to counterfeit. I mean, the embassies are criminal hubs. And so I think we have to recognize that as well. But that's what I believe happened. I believe that these this group was trying to help either the high ranking diplomat there possibly more than several people and somebody got nervous and the whole thing fell apart. And that's what my my take is on this thing. And I'm gonna be very defensive of group. I think it's great. I think I I'm not sure those are the tactics I would use. But I think it's great to to. There's there people out here that are still passionate about. This issue about trying to put pressure on that regime that they put their own lives at risk. And the other thing I want to point out to this group wouldn't be trying to attack or diplomats because they've actually been trying to rescue people at all levels of society. They'd be very be very much against Kim Jong, but they're not trying to put diplomatic risk that. So that's why I think it was a botched temp for a defection. I think some of the people there were trying to defect something happened the debate that the detail is this happened on February twenty second when ten members of the group entered the North Korean embassy in Madrid. This is a Spanish court reporting is no evidence of a break-in entered and tried to convince a senior of grain official to defect. That's what the Spanish side, Gordon. Susan over the last eighteen months, or so there have been a number of high level defections of North Korean diplomats is there. Discontent in the diplomatic core. You know, you mentioned the criminality of North Korea's embassies, and you're absolutely really important point. Absolutely, correct. On that our diplomats just dissatisfied or they worried about this sustainability of the regime. What's going on here? I believe they are. And I think that the summits between Kim in moon and Kim and Trump have given some false hope for the people of North Korea that things are going to improve their they're waiting for something to happen there believing that there's gonna be some change in how North Korea's ferry and that's just not happening. And I think the people are confused about what Kim's on doing. He's not accomplishing anything. The sanctions are obviously causing a lot of pain to the regime, and so I think there's a lot of discontent. And and I think I said this last time I had the honor of being on your show is we have to recognize that that even the people in that regime, the how much they suffer. We know about the political prisoner camps. We know about the refugee try scape. The horrific human rights violations happening every day in North Korea. But we have to remember people in that regime that are running that place or helping Kim's on their faced with a terrible choice. Every morning they wake up. To be to do whatever they need to do to help on to see their family executed in front of them. And and then then their own lives taken. And so they're under incredible stress. And so I believe that there is a lot of confusion and uncertainty right now. And I think that Trump has laid out for Kim Jong away forward as it was described to me recently. He's opened the door and said, hey, you can change you can reform get rid of your nuclear program. You can have a brighter future North Korean can have a brighter future. And he's given them that that choice to to to to accept the changes in North Korean. Diplomats are looking at this. And wondering what is the future going to be so Kim Jong maybe facing a crisis of rising expectations. I know that from here talk. We just hosted a couple of defectors a couple of weeks ago, we have about a minute, Suzanne, go home. The people in north. We're very confused. The things are things are so bad. They're suffering so much, and they have so much hope when they see these summits that there's going to be some change in no changes coming so. Absolutely. And we have to keep up. The sanctions we have to keep up the pressure, and we have to remember never forget that the sufferings happening that country everyday crimes against humanity every day that is the theory of revolution. It comes with rising expectations. Certainly with the French revolution. The expectation that things will get better not worse. And that would be the foundation for trouble. Suzanne Scholte of this group that entered the Spanish embassy, and is now under review it very much reminds me of the very famous story of the scarlet Pimpernel, I believe you all know, the man who had rescue of French people who'd been condemned by to the guillotine they seek him here. They seek. From there those Frenchies. Seek him everywhere is in heaven or is in how the Dan.
Kim Jong Un's half-brother's murder: Vietnamese woman to be freed
"A Vietnamese woman charged with murdering Kim Jong nam the half brother of the North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN has been convicted instead of causing hurts through deadly means deonte Hong agreed to plead guilty after prosecutors in Malaysia offered her the lesser charge. She's not been sentenced to three years and four months in prison. Vietnam complained after Indonesian co-defendant was unexpectedly released last month. Dawson, head has more. This verdict offers Malaysia a face-saving way out of an embarrassing murder trial. But would also be viewed by many as Justice for the sole remaining defendant. However, this verdict means neither defendant was able to testify and give potentially revealing details of how they were brought into the plot. And then North Korean recruiters. It also means no one has been. Held accountable for shocking assassination using one of the most lethal nerve agents known in a busy international
Vietnamese Woman to Face Trial Alone in Killing of Kim Jong-nam
"Do start John with a story here being reported in the South China Morning post, but everywhere else, it is a well, it it seems redundant to call story attached to North Korea bizarre because they always. But this this one has been way up there. This is the saga of the two women charged with the murder of the half brother of Kim Jong Hoon in Kuala Lumpur airport. That's right one of whom was released on Monday released because the prosecutors simply drop the charges against her nurse nation that she simply walked free. She was intonation and the other woman Vietnamese hot reasonably thought that she too might be released shortly. But no it turns out that today. The the Malaysian prosecutors said that she must stand trial. They have posed the Trump. Seatings because she's upset understandably again, they'll review on the first of April where she will for the first time give testimony. I think the big difference though, between them is that the the initial woman who's released doesn't seem actually to apply the nerve agent to Kim Jong now if he wants to see TV what happened in that airport. Concourse is the Vietnamese woman who goes up and puts a cloth impregnated with with the X on his face, the nation, simply stuns aside. So they're trying to simplify this case. Then by the look of it. They're trying to simplify it all pops. They simply decided that didn't have enough evidence to convict Indonesian woolen courses. Two years. Just elapsed. Have they worked out that even if she with guilty association with the murder, we'll probably got a couple of years. So the might doesn't let to walk free
"kim jong nam" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Countries are unable to pay this overexposure. What does it do to this rent of the countries? Winston. Thank you very much. Indeed. That's when some money from the university of Westminster and FRANZ Peterman from f peop-, here's what else we keeping an eye on today. British MP's will later votes on whether to us the European Union for permission to delay. Brexit beyond the scheduled departure at the end of the month. This comes after lawmakers voted to reject leaving the EU without a deal under any circumstances. Prime Minister Theresa may could also make it third attempt to getting her withdrawal deal passive parliament in the coming days. The EU says it's prepared for Britain to leave with or without a deal. More on that story in a moment. The Republican controlled senators to and Louis military support for the Saudi led coalition war in Yemen. It's a rebuke for tunnel. Donald Trump's support of Saudi Arabia and its leadership, but the president has vowed to veto the Bill should pass through the democrat led house. The war in Yemen has created the world's worst humanitarian crisis and Malaysia's. Attorney general has rejected a call from Vietnam to release a woman accused of the murder of Kim Jong nam the half brother of North Korea's leader earlier this week coach. Accused Indonesian woman was released after a request from Indonesia. The two women were charged with killing Kim Jong-Nam by smearing nerve agent on his face at Kuala Lumpur airport in two thousand seventeen the trial is set to resume next month. This is the globalist. Stay tuned. The British parliament voted last night by a narrow margin of three hundred and twenty one thousand two hundred and seventy eight the Britain will not leave the EU without an agreement, but Theresa May still not ditching her deal despite it being rejected twice by the house, the malt house compromise, which would have delayed Brexit until the twenty. Second of may was also rejected Kara Walker is a political analyst and former BBC political correspondent, and she's on the line to explain it to us if anybody can carefully gets warm, we'll complicated by the day. So I what does this mean in practical terms article fifty will have to be extended will Joe Gina complicated and chaotic there were extrordinary scenes in the houses of parliament last night as once again, the prime minister suffered yet, another defeat in the Commons. But yes, it is looking increasingly likely that there will be a delay to Britain's Depa. Archer from the European Union. What happened last night was that the prime minister had put down a Kathleen wooded motion, which essentially said that while the parliament didn't want to leave without a deal, the default legal position was that the u k still would leave or March the twenty ninth. But that was changed to a flat rejection of a no deal Brexit when a separate amendment went through the prime minister, then came back to the house and said that today tonight, she will be putting down another motion. I've just been reading through it essentially, it says that MP's will have a choice they can either. Yes. Agree to a deal the same one that they have rejected comprehensively twice now. And then have a short delay until June. Or they must face up to the possibility that because. Because of the European elections in the summer, then if there is no deal on the table. There's no prospect of a whole new round of negotiations before those European elections than the UK will have to face up to a much longer delay of a year or possibly even two years. Now, there appears to be a total breakdown in discipline within the conservative party. I mean, although this was a free vote. Nevertheless, it was killed what the party wanted. This was ignored by four cabinet ministers us, Theresa May lost all authority, and is the conservative party splintering beyond repair. Yes. There is a complete breakdown of discipline within the conservative party and the government the prime minister has lost control of events as she struggles..
"kim jong nam" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"The trial in Malaysia over the killing of the half. Brother of North Korea's leader, Kim Jong UN has been postponed until April the first the defense requested the delay in hearing testimony from the sole remaining defendant. Who is Vietnamese dormitory Hong who was seen on security video putting a hands over the face of Kim Jong nam before rushing to the bathroom was due to testify for the first time can June nam was attacked at Kuala Lumpur airport in 2017 or correspondent Jonathan head spoke to us from outside the court in Kuala Lumpur. That was a shock decision on Monday when they prosecution decided to drop charges against the Indonesian co-defendant. Did this case only two defendants? Remember all the North Koreans who were involved at the time managed to flee the country. So these are the only people the Malaysians have got to carry the canvas extraordinary crime. Now, she was released because her lawyer says the case against her was weaker. There isn't any video evidence of Haroldo. She admits she was at the airport at the time. Recruited by these North Koreans today, the lawyers for the Vietnamese defender, dawn three Hong argued that the attorney general Malaysia is discriminating against their client is in effect. The two women are charged for the same prime. They were in court at the same time facing the same proceedings. Why was one release a not the other? We do know the Indonesian government lobbied, very hard to get their citizens out, and it is just before the general election, Indonesia, so they're at lawyers for Donte one or arguing fairness demands that she also be free that pushing very hard for that one for the first time seeing the Vietnamese government, which gives a very low profile all its embassy staff were here today pushing with their foreign minister pushing the relations to do the same and don't you want self clearly very distressed today. She was in tears a lot of the time when she actually called his well Elisa saying that now she's the only defendant she's lost. I co defendant. She insists he's innocent. She's just feeling too stressed to give testimony case is adjourned. It is still ongoing. The judge still believes she has. A case to answer Jonathan head in Kuala Lumpur. Researchers at Cambridge University say the genetic makeup of breast cancer cells could be used to predict whether the disease is likely to come back after treatment. The study is published in the journal nature. It's hoped their work could help to identify those patients who need extra monitoring or a different type of care is on health and science correspondent, James Gallaher. This study shows breast cancer is not one but eleven separate diseases. The scientists look to the DNA of two thousand breast cancer tumors in incredible detail issued sometimes we're far more likely to come back the even found differences in seemingly identical and hard to treat breast cancers caused by doctors triple negative the analysis revealed that women with one form of the cancer would probably be cured. If they didn't relapse after five years, but a second group retained a significant risk. For decades is hoping knowledge could be used to reassure some patients, a monitor others more closely. Or change their treatment. The analysis is still too complicated to be introduced clinically and it needs further testing. But it does show how in the future medicine could be personalized to each patient's disease. That's all times correspondent James Gallaher headlines this morning. British MP's will vote today on whether to delay breakfast after another damaging parliamentary defeat for the Prime Minister, Theresa may and Boeing has grounded its entire global fleet of seven three seven max aircraft. It's coming up to five twenty GMT. Wednesday was a bad day for Facebook. I with its services going off line. And then reports in New York that prosecutors are conducting a criminal investigation into its data deals with some of the world's largest technology companies. They've Lee in San Francisco told me more a number of years ago. Facebook had various deals with companies to share use data on a much more active level than it does. Now, it is thought to wind down these deals, but this criminal investigation has revealed in the New York Times today is looking at a couple of those deals with make use of smartphones. So the other guy, hey, was the Facebook was providing more data to smartphone manufacturers than perhaps uses where aware of and that was to breach your privacy. And of course, this comes on top of concerns about how it was being shared with the likes of Cambridge Analytica and others. And so, you know, this is another significant investigation in what's now a pretty ferocious pilot. I mean, the the Federal Trade. The commission is also looking at Facebook over is data use and also the SEC the securities and Exchange Commission, the financial regulator here also investigating Facebook. This is another one on top looking very specifically, how it shed data with makers of smartphones in order to make Facebook apparently better on those smartphones more kind of built into those smartphones operating system and this comes as the company has suffered outages affecting users across the world. What's been affected? Yes. Absolutely enormous outage has occurred with the biggest to our mind since two thousand and eight and given the size of the site in two thousand eight which was a mere one hundred fifty million. I think we can describe this one that's happening. The moment as the most severe that he's ever had because the site has now around two point five billion users on its and what's been affected is the Facebook app itself. People have been out I post unable to see the night, vacations Instagram the image sharing up that's been disrupted. What sap the messaging app the Facebook has has been disrupted. This has been a significant day for them. And he's been having a significant impact on on many many users solo over the world, which is where this is affecting. It's a global problem that Facebook at does the company know what's happened as yet? No, they don't know. Or at least they haven't told us what happened the one thing. They have said is that they're aware of it. And they're looking to resolve it and they've also dismissed rumors that it was the victim of a particular type of cyber attack was known as distributed denial of service attack. That's technique. The hackers can sometimes used to Aruba wellm services with a lot of traffic to make them fall over. I be able to handle that kind of traffic. Facebook says that hasn't happened in this case, but it hasn't gone any fervor. It hasn't told us what it does think has happened. If indeed it knows at this point. A former congressman from Texas better rock is to join the crowded field of contenders. Vying to become the Democratic Party candidate in next year's US presidential election from Washington correspondent, Kris Buckler has the latest battle is trying to present himself as a fresh face of the Democratic Party. And it's a face to these monies to get featured on the front cover of the new issue of Vanity Fair magazine. The former punk rock musician is viewed as a media friendly rising star ability to draw crowds and raise money in last year's midterm elections. His challenge to take leading Republican Ted Cruz is Senate seat may have been unsuccessful, but he did better in Texas than any democrat. For decades, annoy sights are set in the presidential election. Mr. Rourke is expected to make the formal announcement that he's running in Iowa one of the key states in the early part of the campaign. He joins more than a dozen other Democrats who've already declared, and it's. And it's likely that list will get even longer with former vice president Joe Biden among others still deciding whether he'll join the race. You're listening to the newsroom and Neil has some of the stories from our news desk. But swan is high court is due to hear a case today challenging the criminalization of gay sex which carries a sentence of up to seven years. The case was filed in may last year by a gay man whose name has not been disclosed and will argue that the criminalization of same sex sexual activity limits. The ability of LGBT people to access basic social services increases risk of these discrimination and infringes on their basic human dignity. The formula. One race director Charlie whiting has died at the age of sixty six he suffered a pulmonary embolism in Melbourne where he was due to officiate. This weekend's stralia grown pre the BBC's formula. One commentator is Jack Nichols of an icon within Formula one. Really he'd been the rates director since nineteen Ninety-seven he'd been working in the sports is nine hundred seventy seven and this was a man who at the start of every single race is is the one who starts and turns the light of something he was due to do anything three days time here in Melbourne on Sunday. So a real shock coming this morning. And in football Barcelona and Liverpool are through to the last eight of the Champions League. Barscelona beat Leon five. One of the new camp. Leeann Messi scored twice in Germany Liverpool overcame bar Munich, three one at the alliens arena. Neil, thank you Russian and Syrian forces have been carrying out the most intense bombardment for weeks of the mainly rebel-held province of it lip the Russian defense ministry said one of its air attacks targeted a weapons depot belonging to the most powerful rebel group in the area. Eight years since the war began it Libya still ruled by the group known as H T S which used to be linked to al-qaeda on correspondent, Mike Thompson has been speaking to Syrians living there..
Vietnamese suspect in Kim Jong Nam's killing seeking release
"The urging Malaysia to release the second woman accused of killing the estranged half-brother of North Korea's dictate. The at Phnom may have felt pressure to do. So in behalf of Don t following the surprise release of her co-defendant on Monday. This may be more difficult for Malaysia unlike Asia, the security camera video showing miss putting her hands over the face of Kim Jong nam and then dashing to the bathroom apparently to wash them Nostra's. The judge cited this evidence is the reason he believes she had a case to answer that she may have known she'd sneered a dangerous substance on the North
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"Welcome to sleuth. I'm Linda Sawyer this week. We are back in Santa Ana courtroom for our front row trial coverage of Rachel buffets accessory to murder trial. Matt Murphy has prosecute his case for nearly a week and is ready for his closing arguments. David Medina on the other hand Rachel's defense counsel feel so confident he is presented plenty of reasonable doubt in the trial that he doesn't put on a single witness for the defense court spectators wondered whether Rachel herself would take the stand in her defense after all not more than a month before the trial. Rachel was presented an offer that included pleading guilty to a misdemeanor with no jail time. She turned it down and expressed wanting her day in court. So why did she tell the judge? She didn't think it was necessary. She takes the stand perhaps it'll all make sense as we listened into both. Matt murphy. And David Medina's closing arguments to jurors are sleuth guest. Daniel was next defense cancels got Sanders. Returns to analyze the final summations from both council. So I want to welcome back. Scott Sanders to sleuth today. Thanks for being here. Scott. Thank you. We're going to now go to the final closing arguments of Mr Murphy, speaking to the jurors during the Rachel buffet accessory to murder trial, and then we'll stop in a few places. And and talk about what we're listening to give you an overview first thing there are two ways that I can sort of go about this. There's a. You heard this morning that I get to arguments. Some of you have set assures before know that there's a a tactic notice sandbagging. Okay. You see it more in the lower ranks with people. I start where a prosecutor has y'all -tunities to not talk about certain pieces of evidence. And then they wait for the defense to get up. And then they save little nuggets. And they throw that out there when the defense can't answer it kinda see that it's called sandbagging kinda cheap. And so I'm going to be thorough. As I go through these facts you've been thrown all a whole bunch of information and a whole bunch of live this morning. Those stipulations that's probably two weeks of contested evidence. Just from this morning. So very much out of respect for the professionalism of from Edina. And also fairness to this buffet, I wanna lay out everything upfront and give them an opportunity to respond to whatever they feel. They want to respond to whatever they want to address. They don't have to so. So essentially, I'm gonna talk about the law, and I'm going to not going to go through every instruction again. But there are certain basic concepts that are very important for everybody to understand we talked about this a little bit during jury selection, but the law fundamentally is based on common sense. Right. So each one of these things should not only make sense to I I believe when you when you leave this experience, and you go home, and you get to talk to people about it, husbands wives, friends, whoever that you'll see that the law truly is it's fair. It's based on fairness, and when we get a group of people like we have here that agree to follow the law, and you agree to put your lives on hold. We come in. And discuss a matter like this when we do it, right? The Justice is going to be done. You're going to do the right thing. So we're going to talk about Justice. And in fact, the Justice that we are hoping we can always count on in every courtroom. But indeed I wanted to tell your listeners how you feel about Matt Murphy's form of Justice. Well, it's interesting to hear him talk about how it will all be laid out. How will all be there for you? When they're missing sort of the largest component. Which is from my perspective. What he argued in our case? So this portrait of fairness, and even as a watch it, not as Rachel buffets. Lawyer is a little difficult to watch. And yet somehow he does manage to make it work in his favor. That's because that jury is limited to what they're hearing in this particular courtroom. So it's not as if the ship in. Out of the blue are trial. They're not going to hear any of it. They're not gonna have a sense of what's there? So they're going to hear what he wants them to hear..
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"And what is that though? Sorry, since I mentioned it. So I went, I went to grad school and international fairs, and there's a subset in my grad school called strategic studies, and they're obsessed with this guy. So this was a Greek. He was a historian who who chronicled the Peloponnesian war, and it's a famous history of of the conflict and the is it the, this is why no one says it. You can't even get off your tongue to cities trap is where a rising power challenges the Gemini of an existing power. And because of that, the conflict between them that neither side necessarily wants the becomes almost inevitable as they jockey for position breaks out. And this happens a lot where rising power. Challenge the existing power and they'll fight. It happens a lot in European history in particular, and a lot of people thought that it would happen during the Cold War. The Soviets rose to challenge US Gemini and a lot of people argue that the main reasons that it didn't was everyone had nuclear weapons. So the cost of an enormous. But the other argument is basically the Soviets never got strong enough to actually seriously challenge. Gemini like the United States was always way richer and way more powerful. And so it didn't come to that, but it's come to that a lot. They were still trying to. I mean, that's the other part. Yeah. I mean, the city's trap from what I understand is that you try to challenge the hegemony, you don't necessarily overtake. Yeah, exactly. And so like the United States and China do not actually want to fight a war with each other. I don't think either side wants that, you know, maybe Steve Bannon wants that, but like nobody actually wants because that would be catastrophic. But like there are so many reasons why China continues to exert influence in neighboring countries in its region building. Islands claiming, see rights cetera, claiming Taiwan that they're all these flashpoints that could set off a war that nobody wants. And as China becomes more and more powerful, the United States becomes more and more conscious about it and will move to defend its Gemini. And so the possibility of a conflict is very anyway, like nobody partially because the geopolitics didn't necessitate us talking about this, but like what? Kofi enter Ban Ki moon. We're in office. Nobody was talking about this now. Donio Don't you. Gutierrez is talking about this in his general assembly speech, and it's just sort of like a Mark that we're living in interesting times as it were like way too interesting times where things that we used to take for granted as a stable world are slipping away from us. And this sort of thing like this is the sort of thing that can cause miscalculation that can really change the dynamic. This one probably won't. That doesn't change the fact that somebody is dead and it sucks. But like this one probably won't change these sort of geopolitical. Although I think it will affect the country's image although who even knows like, I think this has moved the needle on a small level. So to your point, I don't think this is the straw that broke the camel's back, but this cracked a few vertebrates way to put it I know like, but think about this. One thing that this reminds me of is when Kim Jong nam was killed in the Malaysian airport, using a nerve agent, which is insane. And the North Koreans were playing for this. They denied it, and this was. This was kind of like a sense that this regime is rogue that it's like crazy. It's firing missiles. We might go to war with them. It's and people were talking like, this is crazy, and Malaysia was one of the few countries that had these relations with North Korea anyway. And then a year goes by and trumpet, Kim are meeting Singapore, and there's all this diplomatic bent towards peace and everyone is completely forgotten..
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"Very pleased with the decision. Is it good He gave a good. Judgment and judgment But there's a second round. For, the accused of that this money well the BBC's Jonasson head. Is watching, this in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur I asked him what the worst. Punishment these women could face, might be if they are found guilty. They face the death penalty by hanging that is. The penalty for premeditated murder in Malaysia it is. Something that clearly concerns their defense lawyers they've argued all along that there is compelling evidence that these women were. Unwitting pawns in a North Korean conspiracy the problem is that in the very long hearings we've had that. Have lasted for more than six. Months the prosecution's case has been put so the court hasn't yet heard the evidence that the defense will now have to present that these women believes that they were being recruited for kind of prank film series that they. Were carrying, out jokes with harmless liquids and indeed this plenty of evidence. That we've seen it that they were Created and practice this many times before hand the judge took a very narrow. View, of the evidence he pointed out that there is, security camera video showing the two women at the airport one of. Them, putting her hands over the face of Kim Jong nam and of course, he died shortly afterwards from having the deadly nerve agent VX smeared on. Him therefore they have to, be culpable it was quite a harsh. Interpretation of the evidence by the judge he said. There was enough evidence to infer a conspiracy between. These two women and four North Korean men who are also charged but rebel to flee the country the same. Day and said that they had to be responsible regardless of any North Korean involvement he didn't even really. Dollars that it was a political. Assassination he said the evidence for that wasn't there that was very disappointing for the defense lawyers but of course now that the trial goes ahead they do have their opportunity to make their case that these women are in. Effect innocent players yeah you mentioned the bizarre way all of this is Shown on Cici TV footage and of course those four. Other individuals who've been implicated do we know for, fact that these are the same people. That did leave the country or is that speculation I mean do we know where these four individuals are we don't for sure one of the most extraordinary things about. This case is how little is. Being said about North Korea's role understandably the prosecution of focusing on. These two women because they're the only defendants they have even so it's remarkable that North Korea has hardly ever been mentioned the names of these North Koreans Papa the nobody seems to know very much about them other sources suggest they are in fact senior. North Korean intelligence agents the man who recruited CPI Asia the. Indonesian defendant, the police investigation the case say they don't even know for sure that he's. Left the country, and there were other North Koreans, who were allowed to leave when there was a standoff with Malaysian diplomats being held in Pyongyang. Shortly. After these has nation so. That offense say look There's an obvious massive North Korean involvement here there's been no. Effort apparent effort, made by the Malaysian government to get, these people back even though woman imagine prospects have put your remote for that on these women are being made? To carry, the can for this entire political assassination but? That's what we've heard. So far all of the hearing so far focused on these women and very little has been said about. The, role of North Korea and indeed even at this moment Malaysia is talking about restoring full. Relations with with North Korea almost as though nothing happened and just the word on the victim. Kim, Jong nam why may have been targeted in this. Way well at one stage of course he was the heir to. The North Korea leadership the chosen, heir of his, father Kim Jong Il fell, out with him after a strange episode where he was caught illegally, entering the country I went into obscurity he's been living in the gambling of Macau China ever since then, and his half-brother Kim Jong and of course became. The successor and the, best I. Guess is that Kim Jong UN sees him as, a threat the, BBC's Jonathan head in Kuala.
"kim jong nam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The day leeann guarantee has the very latest on what's going on. Around the world leeann. Thank you manners two women accused of murdering the half brother of, North Korean leader Kim Jong UN have appeared in, court in Malaysia Kim Jong nam died after being poisoned by nerve gas at. Kuala Lumpur, airport last year judge will decide whether to acquit the defendants or allow them to. Pete not guilty the jury in the Paul Manafort financial full trial. Begins deliberations today prosecutors say the former, Trump campaign chairman light get millions. And Bank loans when his income dropped off manafort's is trying to tarnish the credibility of the, government's star witness Rick gates and an examination of a mummy has revealed the original, Egyptian embalming recipe a battery of, forensic chemical tests confirmed the ingredients which were Thursdays. To preserve bodies the basic is recipe, consists, of plants, oil natural, sugar and root, extract global news twenty four hours a, day on Aruna ticked up On Twitter powered by more than twenty seven. Hundred, journalists and, analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm young. Guarantees is Bloomberg Anna. Leeann thank you we're going to, do recipes at this time of the morning. I was hoping it'd be something breakfast has put me put me right. Off never mind thank. You very much now could the trade standoff between China and the, United States finally becoming to a close low level, talks between the world's two largest economies are set to take place later this. Month the, first is to go broke down two months ago for more or less bring in. Bloomberg's senior international editor Jodi Schneider morning Jodi what is happening with. Trade talks then between the US and, China how serious is this how. Much do we read into the names of the of the two gentlemen in reporting well the, talks which were announced by China's ministry of commerce in a statement on their website, are serious talks there will be, a delegation going from China to Washington later this. Month but they are with lower level, officials, than in, the past, China for instance, is sending a vice commerce minister rather, than vice Premier. Like at previous talks and the US. Delegation will. Be led by under secretary for international affairs at the treasury. Department rather than cabinet secretaries who had led talks in the past one analysts. Put it. This way that it. Will be talks about talks to see if there's appetite to. Higher level discussions on the trade dispute Jody vows to say to you what are the impediments to this moving forward I. Mean I think Sarah Huckabee Saunders one line from the White House press Catherine yesterday said at all which was you know a warning shot on on these retaliatory tariffs. Bad move one yeah I I, think that that's a? Good way to sum it up on neither side has shown much willingness to back down? From, their demands and harsh language about the other the Trump administration has imposed duties already of thirty four billion. Dollars on Chinese goods and and China's retaliated the end the US is, set to impose another sixteen billion lobbies are later this month. And, China has, its list of sixty billion dollars worth of US Imports in Wichita plans to. Apply tariffs and even if they got close to agreement there's no guarantee what step are the two countries appeared to. Have a deal in may after the Chinese vice premier lead that group to Washington and days later President Trump said the whole thing was off What what else have we heard from China. About US policy's overnight JD there was, a rare direct criticism of US policy and President Trump's agenda in the Chinese communist party's, top newspaper the people's daily without naming President, Trump by name. But it said his America first policies were hurting the American people and heightening discontent in the US so state media criticism of Trump's palaces increased, with the growing trade tensions between the countries And Jodi lick. You saying this is talks about talks, but it was enough to sort of move markets Where are we in terms, of, the retaliation. I mean what was it of matching. One another like for like at the moment. Ali yeah that's right the Trump administration started with its thirty four billion coming back with another, sixteen billion China has said it will impose tariffs You know one for one I has, that list of US imports plans to apply tariffs on Trump, officials, cyber David considering imposing a twenty five percent. Tax on another two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese cuts from that initial ten percent rate so there is. You know it has been this back and forth and I think the markets are responding to the fact that hey maybe we, won't, see, this heightened any further maybe there'll, be a pause in this which will allow their then to be perhaps some resolution at some. Point even though this. Initial round of talks really does seem to not be at. About a big agreement more about. Continuing to talk perhaps okay our senior international, editor, Jodi Schneider. Though the, very latest, on the machinations of what. Can come. Next in the China. Traits Jodi thank you very much I'm just? Looking at, some of the market reactions on this I think it's the offshore Yuan it's, really, caught my. Eye six point eight nine of course. Everybody said you know the PBC hasn't active. Today it's name the delegation is lifted Rate at which they wish they do they're they're fixing and the rallied up seven tenths of. One percent so nice binds that we were up as much as one point one percent on the army affects what forwards have, moved. Aggressively, yes and one of our one, of our colleagues mockup more on the end live blog saying just as many we're getting excited. About that seven within. Reach this in relation to dollar see and why the officer. The on show the sword.
"kim jong nam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of one percent a quick look. At commodities we did see yesterday's route of course with, the copper dropping below the six thousand per ton Mark we're seeing that copper prices rising this morning. By about one and, one, third of one percent pairing what was a four percent lost four this. Metal oil prices also on the front foot with WTI at sixty five dollars and fifteen cents That's a Bloomberg radio business flash now here is Ben Clarke with more on what's going on around. The world Marcus thank you Italy's prime minister sit he'll start the procedure to revoke the license of highway operator auto Stroud in the way to the fatal genome bridge. Collapsed Giuseppi Kanzi says the government can't wait for the outcome of the prosecutors. Probe and its subsequent trial to women accused of murdering the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong. Hoon have appeared in court in Malaysia conjoined nam died after. Being poisoned by nerve gas at Kuala Lumpur international. Airport last year a judge will decide whether to, acquit the Indonesian and Vietnamese defendants or allow them to plead guilty plead not guilty. And in the UK police. Have been given more time, to question, a twenty nine year old man who was arrested in. Connection. With Tuesday suspected terror attack on the country's parliament account mounted the pavement. And hit pedestrians and cyclists, solid cancer is a British citizen of. Sudanese origin living in Birmingham global news twenty four hours a day on a ended take talk on On. Twitter pound by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more. Than one hundred twenty countries I'm Ben Clarke this is Bloomberg Matt Ben thanks now at Turkey's currency crisis and u. s. China trade war talks are affecting urging, Marcus today as if all that wasn't enough around commodity. Prices is raising the threat of downturn to a whole new level in fact we're looking at intraday bear market for more let's. Bring in, Bloomberg's emerging markets editor shredding Stephen shiny much of the focus on emerging markets has been on the trade war now obviously the Turkey crisis is is a huge issue commodities though may be emerging as a key risk for the asset clashes especially Dr copper, is it time to start worrying ho yes absolutely because yes as you said, lots of risks are coming to get you had bad data coming from China, you have, geopolitical tensions the US sanctions and so on. And now commodities Are are entering into a negative feedback loop with imaging markets the imaging. Market. Troubles, are kind of weakening commodities and commodities in fact, are affecting a raw material stocks and the whole market universe and, that kind of. A loop is a new thing for? Us, in. It's not, happened in the, last couple of years now it the. Link between commodities and EMC talks is. Strengthening and that's a, cost for Woody but you speak. The link between And commodities but. We've actually seen emerging markets their reliance on commodities ease it's gone down how strong then can. This link actually be going forward Yes absolutely Mm imaging market sell, off late become a technology driven, asset class and we have started to believe in the last couple. Of years that commodities don't play such a big, important role but now we are seeing that the correlations are increasing and, you know the complex is dominated, by, India China, South, Korea Taiwan and, that distorts these weights relate. To wait but if you step out of those countries and look at the broader imaging, market universe you see that for the remaining twenty. Or so imaging markets commodities very important rebound regression analysis and we found it in the last ten years on a. Monthly basis there is almost a one for one move between commodities and EM stocks and that beta is what's making EM stocks very sensitive. To, commodities One of the major commodities we pay attention to is copper. Because of its reputation for being the canary in, the coal mine it is in a bear market does that affect the, outlook for emerging markets yeah absolutely, that's, very bad, news, for him markets, because the relationship between copper. And the emerging market stocks is increasing not decreasing the fifty two correlation is at a, six year high remember the three biggest copper producers, in the world or imaging markets Chile Peru in China so we need copper in particular and commodities in general to. Do well for imaging markets to do well are there any other Canaries, in the coal mine so to speak more than copper that is Urging markets perspective that a commodity that we. Need to be keeping our eyes on in? Order, to. Understand the EM story I'm absolutely oil is the single biggest factor for particularly for countries like Russia and, off late we have seen that correlation breakdown a bit but we. Have seen the correlation written with copper so we have to I, track, how all is. Impacting EM stocks in terms of correlations and if you see the correlations going up that will be a. Major factor canary in the coalmine see what say? All right thanks very much for, joining us Is. The Bloomberg emerging Senator giving us a look at all it's going on and what's become really the focus topic for markets these days yeah definitely there's been. A lot happening, when it. Comes to commodities and the policy twenty four hours in that almost feels like an understatement start ahead. Here on Bloomberg daybreak Europe and we'll talk about the stories, that you need to start.
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"Given certain that this gesture expresses the hopes dreams and wishes for. A better future and has all the attributes to leave. Brazil after this, crisis but prosecutors, are trying to, block the move South Africa's national parks are accused of helping rhino poachers and. Take a base of sesame oil at extract bullish as acacia gum and. Attach of pine resin the ancient Egyptian secrets of preserving dead bodies a hold of them we, thought you're listening, to the BBC World Service I'm Debbie rests with the BBC news Hello The former. CIA director and vocal critic of President Trump John Brennan has. Condemned the decision to withdraw his security clearance the White House said Mr. Brennan had used his access to sensitive. Information to make unfounded allegations. Against the administration Peter Bowes has more details the former CIA chief. Hit back, at Mr. Trump in the tweet he said the president's move was part of a broader effort. To suppress freedom, of speech and punish critics he, goes on it should gravely worry all Americans including. Intelligence professionals about the cost of, speaking out my principal's. Worth more than clearances I will not relent the White. House says others could face the same treatment they include James Comey the former director of the FBI, sacked by Donald Trump who's called the president morally unfit to lead a Malaysian judges do to rule shortly on whether there's sufficient evidence against two women. To be tried for murdering a half. Brother Of the North Korean leader. Kim Jon Lynn the prosecution says the women one Indonesia. And the other Vietnamese Smith the face of Kim Jong-Nam with. A toxic nerve agent VX at Kuala Lumpur airport in February last year t. icier and doin t who young. Pleaded not guilty they say. They thought they were taking part in a prank for reality TV. Show the, Brazilian prosecutor general has also the electoral court suspend former president Louis Nazila silver from running as. A candidate in, October's elections who is currently in, prison after being sentenced to more than twelve years. For corruption Katie Watson reports it, was always going to. Be controversial registering a convicted criminal as a presidential candidate. And it was only a matter of time before Jackson's would be raised in a document addressed to, the electoral court prosecutor general Haeckel dodgy set out the case against Lula with his corruption and money laundering convictions he's barred from running, for public office That's because of, what's known as the clean slate law law introduced by Lula's very own Workers Party in two thousand and ten the judges have until mid-september to decide whether he. Can run or not but is they'll come to a decision before then New Zealand's. Parliament has banned many foreigners from buying existing homes in the country and leave aimed at making properties more affordable Phil Mercer reports homeownership has slipped out of the reach of many New Zealanders in Oakland average prices. Almost doubled in. The past decade fueled by low interest, rates limited supply and immigration the market has. Started to call and the labor government says a ban on foreign buyers including many from China would make the dream of owning a property a reality for more New Zealanders critics insist the Lord's unnecessary and won't. Fix the housing affordability problem BBC news More than three hundred news organizations in the United States, have published editorials in. Defense of press freedom saying President Trump is responsible for sustained attack on the media the, Boston Globe which coordinated the editorial said it was dangerous that members. Of the media who did not. Support the policies of the Trump administration will labeled as enemies of, the people A leading Cuban dissident has been freed after twelve, days, in jail following a car crash in which he hit, and injured in, official from the interior ministry Jose Ferrer said. He had been accused of deliberately trying to run over the official he said he'd swerved to the car to avoid him Researchers in the United States say. That wifi could become a low cost tool for detecting weapons and. Explosives in public venues the, study found that wireless signals could penetrate bags. And. Identify dangerous metal and estimate the volume of liquids, and chemicals for explosives one of the researchers professor hanging Chan said the technology could be widely deployed we do need has safety environment usually involve a lot of manpower. We need to hire people they have to go through each pack manually okay so what we're thinking is that. If it's possible we can find, a low cost system that, utilized the existing wireless signals because Wallace signals is almost everywhere stays, when the x Ray based security screening and not available we feel that the wifi based. Approach could be very appealing to the general public scientific analysis of a prehistoric mummy. Has found that ancient Egyptians we're using a standard red Tzipi to embalm they're dead a thousand years earlier than previously thought the researchers examined mummy houses a. Museum in terrain dating from three thousand five hundred BC they found that the embalming recipe was much the same. As that used to preserve Farrow's. Has the latest BBC news You're listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service with me Alex Richardson it's a rare thing for the president of. The United, States to have a public row with an ex head of the CIA but the standoff. Between Donald Trump and John Brennan has, reached a. New level with the White House announcing that it is. Stripped Mr. Brennan of his top level security clearance according to spokeswoman Sarah Sanders, the former intelligence chief has been using his access to make. Unfounded, accusations against the administration this report from our North America editor John super John Brennan has been an outspoken critic of. The president he called Donald Trump treasonous over. His meeting with the Russian leader in Helsinki, he's called him imbecilic and the danger to, the United States now Donald Trump has had his revenge revoking the former CIA chief security clearance threatening, a number of other national intelligence officials. All of whom have one thing in common they also have been critical of the president but in justifying this move There's been no suggestion that Mr. Brennan either leak classified material or sought to make money from it instead the White House, statement spoke of Mr. Brennan's erratic behavior wild outbursts infringed commentary the decision by the president was apparently taken without consulting his director of national intelligence Dan Coats and the move has brought criticism. Former secretary, of State John Kerry said the president was behaving like the ruler of a banana Republic. Others have said the president is trying, to shut. Up critics the timing is also noteworthy the White House. Has been buffeted for days by claims from disaffected former advisor to the president, closing arguments in the trial of Donald Trump's former campaign manager. For, Manafort are also being heard the White House briefing where this was announced hadn't been shed jeweled it looks like a. Concerted effort to change the subject a key. Ruling is expected imminently and the extrordinary trial, of two women accused assassinate Kim Jong nam the half. Brother of the North Korean leader Kim Jong earn he died after being exposed to a deadly nerve. Agent last year correspondent Jonathan head spoke to me from outside, the court. In Malaysia. Well Kim Jong nam the estranged half-brother of the current North Korean ruler Kim Jong. UN was at the main international airports in. Malaysia nobody appears to, have known he, was there he keeps a very low profile is hardly ever. Seen when he went up to an information desk and complained. That two women.
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"Indeed and and as part of this story what i did was really dig into that family tree and just you know really thinking we very we were very publicly exposed to what happened to the half brother who had fallen out of favour kim jong nam had been fairly opinionated in recent years about what he thought about his his younger half brother and so you know that did raise the question what about the rest of the family what to member of the kim family their branch of the family falls out of favor and as i chart my story you see that they really only have a couple places so when choices to stay within the system and fan north korea and line low this would be perhaps staying in the kristen right i mean really so that with with some of his siblings that they're lying low and they're really trying to stay within the foundry make sure that they stay out of the crosshairs brother the other option is to defect and we did see we have seen a number of close family kim jong ons has defected and she was the on who took care of him when his mother illinois passed away she's she's since the fact defected she and her husband have defected and live in the united states so they made it very clear decision that they were going to have to they were going to have to figure out another path so kim jong kim jong nam cousin who really likes his sibling were raised with him in the palace visit their mother just did as well perhaps once they realized that their branch was not going to be in power figured out that they needed to find another way out and those family members who don't say the game how regimes rule assassination to be a major threat so one of the cousins live the fascinated and now kim jong it sounds as if you have a book in the works on the family well i don't know about that certainly.
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"Explode your heads so thanks for that story holly choline your minds going to get blown right now and really all by the of all by that i mean simply this you're going to hate kim kardashian more than you already do i hope i'm not overselling it'd be here she did this interview in it's going to bow your mind she said in his like she said things like this quote when i just look like dudeu since he do to when i just look like due to and want to go outside and either chereau and not have any one out my a asks us so she's complaining of her life is surrounded by people who want to be up her a double ass uh because she so fame honey you invited us appeared a double she was being interviewed a turnout during a keno conroe with her best see allison statr who's apparently known kim since they were now monterie school together now for this occasion when she blew my mind calling she was wearing a black tuxedo without a blouse rebrov horse and wearing some weird shoes than than a giant 90s had banned that holly was actually lusting after she goes on to say of her lifestyle colleen the folly quote the free poop no the free trips free trips free planes free everything i do love to share when i get stuff i literally give it to every one family and friends trips are usually what i do now material things i recently got me i don't understand that can you please i'm not i'm enjoying your words but i would enjoy them better if you kim kardashian thou okay kelli sager missile kurdish an user is there kurteshi mills i hope he had creator okay all think you really can do anything argument and bradley's going to put on his kurdish einvoice it's going to take her minute to find.