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The Sovereignty of God in Elections (Proverbs 21:1)

Pray the Word with David Platt

07:01 min | 3 months ago

The Sovereignty of God in Elections (Proverbs 21:1)

"Proverbs chapter. Twenty one verse one. The. King's heart is a stream of water in the hand of the Lord. He turns it wherever he will. What verse I listened then I'm Gonna I'm GonNa read that one more time. The King's heart the heart of the king heart of a ruler in country leader in a country. The king's heart is a stream of water in the hand of the Lord. He turns it. Wherever, he will. Like is there any clear statement? Of the sovereignty of God, the Authority of God, the reign and rule of God as King over all kings, all leaders, all rulers in the world you'd think about any leader in the world picture their heart, and it's in the hands of the Lord is this nut confidence giving? To know that ultimately. Alternately, every leader is under the sovereignty of God, the rule and the reign of God even leaders who defy God he holds their hearts in his hands and just think about how this leads us to pray. For our current leaders. In different countries and future leaders. This proverbs leads us to praise God for his sovereignty and to pray that God would turn their hearts and their lives for the good of many people in ultimately for the glory of his name. This proverb drives us to intercession for those who lead us to pray and bleed for the hearts of those who lead us. We're talking to the God who holds their hearts in his hands and God has called us to pray according to his words. So let's do this God, we come to here we come straight to you the blood of Jesus. Christ. We pray for this privilege of prayer. You've given us for access to you the fact that right now we're not saying words. Are, just kind of going up into the air that you the Lord King sovereign over all the universe are listening to us right now and we're praying for our leaders. God We pray for current leaders for future leaders in our countries? And specifically here in the United. States the middle of a presidential election we pray for our current leaders in any new future leaders God we pray that you turn their hearts and lives. For the good of people in our country for the glory of your name. God We pray that you would save them God re pray for the salvation a leaders gallery pray that you would direct them and ways that lead to good to your good purposes for government for your protection of people for the promotion of good in every way in our country's. God We pray for that and for protection against evil in our countries that are countries would do what is right in your eyes as we've seen judges God, we pray for our leaders got a replay in the United States for president trump and vice president pence and speaker. Pelosi, and other other leaders all throughout our national federal government we pray for different governors. State leaders local leaders in government God re pray that you would turn their hearts and lives for the good of people in the glory of your name. Please God we pray that you would do that and we pray for future leaders whoever will lead us in the future and repair to help us to vote according to your leadership at Gallery pray guttering pray. You turn the hearts of future leaders. For the good of our country and the people in it glory your name not according to what is right in our eyes but according to what is right in your eyes and God we pray for leaders around the world like this GonNa replay knowing that the Thai king his heart is in your hand. So we pray that you would move turn his heart for the glory of your name and the good of the people of Thailand gotta we. We pray for leaders in Turkey and Russia and Syria reprieve for leaders in. Azerbaijan. Amidst conflict there got reprieve for leaders in Azerbaijan and Armenia. Amidst the conflict there go through got turn the hearts of leaders re pray that peace might reign that people might be saved like their lives saved physically people might turn to you for the spread of the Gospel in these countries we pray for leaders in Yemen amidst conflict there. God. Repay for peace in Yemen God turn the arts of leaders toe that peace might reign and people might be protected in Yemen God we pray for a new president coming into power in Kirghistan their president stepped down amidst political unrest cowdery for leaders in all over Europe and unique challenges that we're seeing. Countries in Europe facing God. We we pray for world leaders. A. Replay for. Kim Jong UN, and North Korea. please. Please turn as heart we pray for the good of the North Korean people. Repression for the privilege you've given us of. Intercession coming to you the sovereign. Lord and King holds these leaders in the palm of your hand turn their arts for the good of many in the glory of your name we pray. And we pray we pray for this leaders around the world and in leaders in our own country. Even as we pray that, you would turn our hearts daily toward you in to live according to your word. To, love you all our heart and the love our neighbors as ourselves. God. We were so thankful that you are the sovereign king overall and we say together today all of our trust and all of our hope is in you we praise you as our king. Jesus you are our king and repair all of this in your name.

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"kirghistan" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:20 min | 3 months ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"President whose whereabouts are unknown parliamentary offices overrun by protesters. . Multiple opposition candidates vying to take the title of Prime Minister. . After a national election confusion and chaos have. . The former Soviet state of Kirghistan talked between Kazakhstan and China. . Central Asia is a region ruled by strong men who typically get close to one hundred percent of the vote. . So three years ago when in by Jane Bekov was elected Kurdistan's president uneventfully with fifty five percent was hailed as the region's first peaceful and democratic transfer of power look. . Zone the but even then there were murmurs of electoral misconduct. . This time the murmurs or a roar. . Absence uncontested leadership has turned a country where both China and Russia have interests into a tinderbox. . On Sunday K. Gestalt went to the polls to elect a new parliament and it was this event that ended up propelling, , Stan about of political chaos because all of the opposition parties and also many of the people of kick stance they didn't accept the result join a Lewis Right about Central Asia for the economist and is based in Kazakhstan they started to come. . In on Monday when a preliminary count showed that pro-presidential parties would be dominating parliamment and the opposition would have few seats. . Book would be almost entirely shutout people took to the streets. . Immediately thousands of people went to the main square in the capital Bishkek Sasi demonstrating against those results and when the police found to disperse, , them will pitched battles between riot, , police and protest. . Of them, , the protesters stormed the building housing, , the president's office and Parliament and they were shouting that he should go and what is it that happened in the election that lead to such a reaction Without, , that what? ? Protesters were absolutely furious about the I was that they believed that the results were skewed in favor of parties broadly loyal to the president. . The second question that was really exercising these enraged protesters was how that was achieved and the allegation is that there was absolutely rampant vote buying I really have to say it was an open secret. . In fact, , it wasn't a secret that parties were going around paying people money to vote in their favour. . We even know the going rate it was two thousand. . Psalm, , which is about twenty five dollars. . Now, , this is all alleged central investigation, , but the evidence was was fairly credible that was circulating on social media. . So when the results came in, , that's why they took to the streets. . What's the situation on the ground now who control? ? Well, , events have moved in a very fluid manner fast moving because cake is Stan remains very much embroiled in this political turmoil, , and really what we've seen forming is a power vacuum. . The whereabouts of the president are actually unknown. . By bekov says he's in control of the situation through spokespeople, , but meanwhile, , some political factions are at odds with other political factions. . So all of those opposition forces and they're very disparate include nationalist liberal form as all kinds of different forces they are failing to find common cause. . I mean we've seen mops from some actions basically aging in fisticuffs with other factions. . The threat of violence has been hanging in the air in Kansas Stan and so what next how? ? How to unravel this? ? If protests have succeeded in having one of the main demands met the day after they stormed the presidential offices in parliament, , the electoral commission announced that it would annul the results of those elections and they promised that there would be a rerun of the election. . But of course, , what's not clear with how can an election be now held in the current circumstances are power vacuum sporadic violence people out on the street so it's really unclear. . If that's enough to satisfy the protesters and it's not only about the protesters. . At this point, , it's very much about the political factions, , the clans, the , people who are now jostling for power the prime minister who but bag Baranov resigned, , and we have two rivals already claiming to be the prime minister. . One of them is a rabble rousing nationalist former MP called Saudi Jackpot of who was actually sprung from jail during the unrest by his supporters and he had. Been . in jail for kidnapping a local official during a previous bout of political unrest Mr Japan supporters have been aggressively sometimes violently trying to prevent rival factions from meeting besieging buildings in which they're meeting, , throwing stones and scuffling with rivals. . Basically, , what happens next is a big question. . It's a very unpredictable, very , chaotic and potentially dangerous situation and given all that chaos and the potential for danger here. . Do you do you think this has an international dimension to it? ? Outside powers are expressing deep concern over the situation in Kingston. . On the one hand, , we have China with which is Stan shares border and China has expressed concern and is clearly alarmed at reports that protesters are targeting Chinese own business interests in the country. Specifically, . , all my said operated by Chinese companies, , and then on the other side, , we have Russia, , which is obviously stands former colonial power. . Russia has a military base in Stan and it really doesn't like to see popular uprisings in what it considers to be its own. . Geopolitical backyard, , and this is of particular concern at this point in time because Russia has been looking on with great alarm at protests in Belarus on the other side of the former Soviet Union where protesters have a weeks now been coming out against the results of presidential elections indeed this week the Kremlin has started to make no secret of is concerned about events in is Stan and as basically saying that it's descending into chaos and that Moscow has obligations under a security treaty to prevent the situation from breaking down. . From breaking down further I mean how how bad could this if this carries on? ? The confusion that Stan covertly faces may in the end how President Jiang Becker to hang onto power although it's very, , very clear that at this point, , he is not going to get the pliant parliament that he was hoping to get out of this election. . He has three years left in office. . Presidents can only serve a single term that's under a system introduced to prevent power grabs books. . It's important to remember that is people have thrown two presidents in the past. . So a suggestion Bekker's position is very shaky and what is really clear is the longer the power vacuum that we're currently seeing a stand remains unresolved the more likely it becomes that violence will be used to resolve it. . Thanks very much for joining US join us. . Thank you very much. .

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Buy the way? Kyrgyzstans post-election chaos

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:20 min | 3 months ago

Buy the way? Kyrgyzstans post-election chaos

"President whose whereabouts are unknown parliamentary offices overrun by protesters. Multiple opposition candidates vying to take the title of Prime Minister. After a national election confusion and chaos have. The former Soviet state of Kirghistan talked between Kazakhstan and China. Central Asia is a region ruled by strong men who typically get close to one hundred percent of the vote. So three years ago when in by Jane Bekov was elected Kurdistan's president uneventfully with fifty five percent was hailed as the region's first peaceful and democratic transfer of power look. Zone the but even then there were murmurs of electoral misconduct. This time the murmurs or a roar. Absence uncontested leadership has turned a country where both China and Russia have interests into a tinderbox. On Sunday K. Gestalt went to the polls to elect a new parliament and it was this event that ended up propelling, Stan about of political chaos because all of the opposition parties and also many of the people of kick stance they didn't accept the result join a Lewis Right about Central Asia for the economist and is based in Kazakhstan they started to come. In on Monday when a preliminary count showed that pro-presidential parties would be dominating parliamment and the opposition would have few seats. Book would be almost entirely shutout people took to the streets. Immediately thousands of people went to the main square in the capital Bishkek Sasi demonstrating against those results and when the police found to disperse, them will pitched battles between riot, police and protest. Of them, the protesters stormed the building housing, the president's office and Parliament and they were shouting that he should go and what is it that happened in the election that lead to such a reaction Without, that what? Protesters were absolutely furious about the I was that they believed that the results were skewed in favor of parties broadly loyal to the president. The second question that was really exercising these enraged protesters was how that was achieved and the allegation is that there was absolutely rampant vote buying I really have to say it was an open secret. In fact, it wasn't a secret that parties were going around paying people money to vote in their favour. We even know the going rate it was two thousand. Psalm, which is about twenty five dollars. Now, this is all alleged central investigation, but the evidence was was fairly credible that was circulating on social media. So when the results came in, that's why they took to the streets. What's the situation on the ground now who control? Well, events have moved in a very fluid manner fast moving because cake is Stan remains very much embroiled in this political turmoil, and really what we've seen forming is a power vacuum. The whereabouts of the president are actually unknown. By bekov says he's in control of the situation through spokespeople, but meanwhile, some political factions are at odds with other political factions. So all of those opposition forces and they're very disparate include nationalist liberal form as all kinds of different forces they are failing to find common cause. I mean we've seen mops from some actions basically aging in fisticuffs with other factions. The threat of violence has been hanging in the air in Kansas Stan and so what next how? How to unravel this? If protests have succeeded in having one of the main demands met the day after they stormed the presidential offices in parliament, the electoral commission announced that it would annul the results of those elections and they promised that there would be a rerun of the election. But of course, what's not clear with how can an election be now held in the current circumstances are power vacuum sporadic violence people out on the street so it's really unclear. If that's enough to satisfy the protesters and it's not only about the protesters. At this point, it's very much about the political factions, the clans, the people who are now jostling for power the prime minister who but bag Baranov resigned, and we have two rivals already claiming to be the prime minister. One of them is a rabble rousing nationalist former MP called Saudi Jackpot of who was actually sprung from jail during the unrest by his supporters and he had. Been in jail for kidnapping a local official during a previous bout of political unrest Mr Japan supporters have been aggressively sometimes violently trying to prevent rival factions from meeting besieging buildings in which they're meeting, throwing stones and scuffling with rivals. Basically, what happens next is a big question. It's a very unpredictable, very chaotic and potentially dangerous situation and given all that chaos and the potential for danger here. Do you do you think this has an international dimension to it? Outside powers are expressing deep concern over the situation in Kingston. On the one hand, we have China with which is Stan shares border and China has expressed concern and is clearly alarmed at reports that protesters are targeting Chinese own business interests in the country. Specifically, all my said operated by Chinese companies, and then on the other side, we have Russia, which is obviously stands former colonial power. Russia has a military base in Stan and it really doesn't like to see popular uprisings in what it considers to be its own. Geopolitical backyard, and this is of particular concern at this point in time because Russia has been looking on with great alarm at protests in Belarus on the other side of the former Soviet Union where protesters have a weeks now been coming out against the results of presidential elections indeed this week the Kremlin has started to make no secret of is concerned about events in is Stan and as basically saying that it's descending into chaos and that Moscow has obligations under a security treaty to prevent the situation from breaking down. From breaking down further I mean how how bad could this if this carries on? The confusion that Stan covertly faces may in the end how President Jiang Becker to hang onto power although it's very, very clear that at this point, he is not going to get the pliant parliament that he was hoping to get out of this election. He has three years left in office. Presidents can only serve a single term that's under a system introduced to prevent power grabs books. It's important to remember that is people have thrown two presidents in the past. So a suggestion Bekker's position is very shaky and what is really clear is the longer the power vacuum that we're currently seeing a stand remains unresolved the more likely it becomes that violence will be used to resolve it. Thanks very much for joining US join us. Thank you very much.

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What's the deal in Kyrgyzstan?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:58 min | 3 months ago

What's the deal in Kyrgyzstan?

"The being few short remains for foreign observers of a given event to be clown themselves than by drawing convenient comparisons we should probably banish any suggestion that what is happening in Kingston has anything much in common with what has been happening in Belarus. There are granted superficial similarities, lodge crowds of citizens who aren't buying the result of a recent election and amount of violence between protesters and police but recent events in Belarus are actually pretty straightforward overstaying tyrant Riggs won election to many demonstrations and the present standoff ensue. Kingston. Is some several layers more complicated and seems poised for a more decisive and dramatic? K. Gaston voted in parliamentary election on Sunday. This was not necessarily predestined to be a Hollow Mockery K. Gaston previous parliamentary election in two thousand fifteen pretty decent reviews from international observers on Freeness and fairness fronts certainly by the generally would be gone standards of Central Asia. This is was different not least because this really doesn't happen. Often the governing party didn't turn up Kingston Social Democratic. Party was stunned by loyalties divided between Kingston's current President Surin by Jeenbekov and he's predecessor Almaz atom by of the two former have fallen out badly in recent years to the extent that last August automobile was arrested and this past June sentenced to eleven years in the clink on corruption charges. As of Monday morning Adam Beyer was a man thanks to the crowds which stormed the National Security Committee building in Bishkek with the former president was being held former Prime Minister John Toro Sati Baldev also on the hook on corruption charges will sprung in similar circumstances. According to official results only four parties of the sixteen contested Sunday's election past the threshold of seven percent necessary to take seats in Kigali stands parliament the Supreme Council three of these parties protesters could not help but notice enjoyed the favour of president. Jeenbekov, who was widely believed to have had his thumb on the scales protests on Monday morning started small and peaceful grew larger and Rowdier, and by Monday evening had taken the parliament building set bits of it on fire and set about redecorating the surrounding streets with ransacked documents. Giga Stan does have an amount of foam for this sort of thing in two thousand and five mass protests which eventually became known as the Tulip Revolution. Forced President Askar Akayev from office. He is now a mathematics professor at Moscow State University in two thousand and ten his successor. Kurmanbek Bakiyev also skipped the country with an angry mob at his heels he was lost heard of. In Minsk begin with breaking news in Kirghistan, the prime minister has resigned. Vert list of is leaders overthrown by popular acclaim. Now appears to have been joined by Prime Minister Cutback Borakove who resigned after the positive results of Sunday's election were annulled by electoral authorities nominated. Piece, in the country and stability in society is more important than any politicians mandates. Suggests that the central. Election Committee thoroughly investigate any violations during the election process. That's a no the result if necessary. I asked political leaders to calm the voters and ask them to take part in gathering. As, this explainer went to wear President Jeenbekov precise whereabouts on certain was also making these sort of statements of willingness to pass power along to responsible new leaders. That one issues is one shovels, the contents of the state treasury into one's Portman toes and frantically oldest one's pilot to fire up the engines and seek clearance for landing in some capital. Four, it's interesting extradition treaties. Possibly significantly President Jeenbekov found the time earlier today to convey birthday greetings to President Vladimir. Putin of Russia volunteering ernest appreciation of Putin's it says here, great contribution and constant attention to the consistent expansion and development of cages Russian multifaceted ties. Custodians Parliament has installed a new prime minister Saadia drop her off another politician who was in prison time last week, it very much remains to be seen how long he'll lost with the parliament buildings still occupied by protesters. Mr Japan was appointed at an emergency meeting in Bishkek hotel, which he had to leave virus service entrance. Once his presence became public knowledge the crowd still filling the streets and squares of Bishkek seen Kina until I talked to Gassiev, a businessman who trades in your shaped greenhouses and is also a representative of a younger generation of caregivers politicians. He is claiming the mantle of the head of government. As to what happens next, it may become important that to external players in particular will be hoping that what happens next? Little as possible Russia maintains a military airbase account in Gaston north China which borders Kingston to the south is a major trading partner. As, both will understand however, an as another cohort of caregivers politicians are presently learning the hard

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2020 iPhone Shock As Nine ‘All-New’ Apple iPhones Revealed

Mac OS Ken

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

2020 iPhone Shock As Nine ‘All-New’ Apple iPhones Revealed

"So I guess I phone production is on track. macrumors says apple has registered a new MAC and nine unreleased e phones with the Eurasian Economic Commission. Spoilers, M. I write. Legally required spoilers though. Is explains that filings with the e C. Are Required by law for any encrypted devices sold in Armenia. Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kirghistan and Russia. The world is unlikely to hear anything about the unreleased iphones anytime soon. The Mac though we couldn't hear about that week after next with rumor and speculation, pointing to a new AMAC announcement during WW D. C..

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"kirghistan" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on Hostage

"This is hostage apart cast original every week. We tell the stories behind the most captivating hostage situations and the people inside them. We'll also cover. The psychological tactics used in kidnapping situations. And what the human brain does when held captive. I'm Irma Blanco. And I'm Carter Roy. You can find episodes of hostage and other podcast originals. For Free On spotify. Or Wherever. You listen to podcasts to stream hostage for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type hostage in the search bar at podcast. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at par cast and twitter at podcast network? This is our second episode about the kidnapping of twenty two year. Old Professional Rock climber. Tommy Caldwell his girlfriend Beth roden and their friends Jason Singer Smith and John Dickie on August. Twelve two thousand. The four climbers were exploring the Kara Su Valley region in southern Kirghistan when they were taken hostage by Sanofi Jihadist militants known as the Islamic Movement of is Becka Stan. Last week we learned about the early days and motivation of the Al Qaeda affiliated. I am you we also got to know. Professional rock climbers Tommy Caldwell and experienced the first chilling moments of his group's kidnapping this week will follow the four hostages as endure six harrowing days of captivity. We'll see how they use their instincts to survive under grueling conditions. And we'll find out what Tommy was forced to do to secure their eventual escape.

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Tanzania says has not been officially notified about U.S. travel ban

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Tanzania says has not been officially notified about U.S. travel ban

"Just talk about the trump administration. I don't understand why this travel ban happened other than throwing red beet. Red Meat to the base base that wants isolationism and doesn't want Brown people coming to our country. I rarely pull the race card but I don't see any other reason why these countries were chosen the travel ban of course the controversial Muslim ban was called that because Donald Trump called it that that makes it unconstitutional nonetheless. The Supreme Court being conservative set. At let it go. It's just a travel ban. No biggie that has now been expanded to include Nigeria Myanmar Era Kirghistan Sudan and Tanzania Tanzania because again you see all those those crazy terrorists coming from Tanzania. Ada Chess official all said this because we have higher confidence that these six countries will be able to make improvements in their system in a reasonable period of time we do not feel it would be proportionate to impose restrictions on all immigrant and non immigrant visa the official citing national security concerns as the reason for the restrictions on these six. This country's president trump was expected to sign the proclamation approving the restrictions February this Friday and they will go into effect February. You worry twenty second So this seems like the government is going to be doing this This is according to an official They they say. D H S and the Department of State have informed each of the six countries about their specific deficiencies and are actively identifying solutions. And this is according the White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham yet they still have a press secretary. Despite the fact that they don't do any press conferences she says president trump security and travel proclamations proclamations have immeasurably improved our national security substantially raise the global standard for information sharing and dramatically strengthened the integrity geography of the United States immigration system. The orders have been a tremendous and vital success.

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If youre stateless, just going to school is a problem

UN News

04:03 min | 1 year ago

If youre stateless, just going to school is a problem

"This is an a car move with us what does it mean to be stateless it's a question that's being discussed all these week in Geneva at an event organized by the UN really nationality she started by this crowding the everyday problems she encountered leaving in limbo so I was born stateless I lived my entire life a stateless person because it's a big challenge how you going to pass the checkpoint if you don't have a document the first thing they gonna ask shots your document yes but I had the Chin in statelessness where are we what are the objectives well we're five years now we're not that happy from all the results but at least it's the beginning and we need to give awareness we need to speak more about this we need to make self starting to appear when I was teenager when they wanted to do things like just any other teenager does by SIM Card to go out to Dr when is your Goodwill Ambassador Cate blanchet during Monday's session U. N. uses Daniel Johnson caught up with Mahamadou who grew up in Lebanon before being given Brazil and last year I got my Brazilian nationality you grew up in Lebanon you were stateless there what did it mean to you being stateless first problem was when I was two years and half when they can put in their lows of definition of stateless person and they can do the mechanism to solve it so it's a start that's one way to approach statelessness yes it's the start Kirghistan more support to end statelessness what are the specific goals of this week's meeting this is the first time participate in such a big event usually we speak with people I spoke with the country that they have zero stateless so many other counties why not why we can change now is the time because statelessness epidemic problem it's five years into the I belong campaign as you're ready to hear what people have to say to you in order to change and see what you're GonNa do so what I hoping is Brazil is a country that proved the I want it to study how you will study and get into school if you don't have documents my mom's had it's an important thing to do so she had to go to many schools until one adminis- could to put a list and go through all the verses that existed in Lebanon and go and try and begged them for study until one university they acted was you know what you're more than welcome mm-hmm you can study unfortunately they didn't have medicine sacred in via Dr Bad they had business into computer and then I told him okay I want something in between the so I studied business computer and they didn't they muster degree there tell me about the event here in Geneva the high-level meeting by the UN High Commission for Refugees with member states hopefully studied to go to university to work to even go to hospital I was afraid to be sick and of course checkpoints checkpoints is another dilemma not at home so tell me how you got into university because that's not straightforward either yes well I wanted to study medicine and then the first versity went with my crates and all they just denied send the privileged again to not be defended because they had with me small ideas from university which it says my name and told them like I forgot my to me he took the documents and literally threw them on my face he said like here were serious institute. If you're Lebron Israel has study foreigner you can study who are you then I had the people that they are among us are those invisible stateless people that

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"kirghistan" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"I hear you. Great. Oh, great. Thank you. Two questions. One couple of shows back. You recommended a dash Cam, you talked about the Garvan, but there was one that you said, you liked better. And I didn't have a chance to down because, you know, I wasn't ready, can you? Yeah. I do the garment is, I think the one recommended by the wire cutter, and I always I really do trust the wire cutter. I think they're great. The one I use though, has some additional features that make it more expensive. So it's something you should be aware of its called the Al Cam o-, wwl, like woo Hoo. Hoo. Okay. Cam dot com. And I use it. I love it. It has a front facing and rear facing camera, it's expensive three hundred fifty bucks, but with it, it gets you get a year of LT, ease service, and one of the reasons I like that is it will phone home. If your car's broken into, if you get an accident, even if you don't remember to say the trigger word to, to save that it will send those images up to the owl server. So even if your car burst into flames, there would be the video of the accident would be stored on the owl. Servers, I also like it because it powers it self using the OBT to port, which is right under your steering wheel. That means it's powered all the time. Not just when your car's on you can also very nicely hide the wiring. So it looks like it's installed. I'm pretty happy with it. It's it is it is a high def camera, actually it's more than high def, the, the view out front is four K fourteen forty. Be the view inside. The, the car is seven twenty p great camera to for people who maybe have teenagers, because you can actually turn on the camera and see who's driving, and see what they're doing and even talk to them. So I'm very happy. Al Kim user, but it is lot more expensive environment. So something to keep in mind. It's time for our photo guy. Chris markwort? He is the, the king of digital photography on our show. Anyway, he leads some amazing workshops, infect Chris going to what is it? Kirghistan. Turn on your mic that would help go ahead. I'm going to carry Kirghistan next week exit for couple of weeks. So we'll miss you Kirk, Chris. But that is a photo workshop people. Sign up for why Kirghistan is is there? Great scenery there. Okay. Down is just it's part of the former silk road. So it has all these interesting settlements. It has amazing landscapes. There's like beautiful. National parks, alpine viewed snow peaks, rivers architectures. I've everything's there they still have yours. There's we'll spend a night in fun. All interesting smell like. Well, the, the insulation around is made from sheep's wool that might. That might fit of a pungent don't think in. No, I wouldn't think so. I think they wash it before they make the. This looks like a place pungent place to stay fit in a Yurt before in, in Siberia and was just lovely. Nice warm anyway, that tell you when you're up Siberia, anything warm, probably Christmas images are incredible. And his workshops, even better, go to discover the top floor dot com to sign up. There's some great ones coming up for twenty twenty that I'm really dying to go on clothing capita, SIA and Turkey boot tan the happiest place on earth, Ethiopia.

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"kirghistan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But she only wanted when she was given a chance. Even to get that chance. It took fifteen years. But once she was given that chance she proved herself. And now she's an in charge of a team of fifteen people. So these are the really the high profile visible roles role models. If you like they can make a difference. But I think I'm quite interesting. If you do a lot of interaction social media, which sometimes provides a safe space for women to I discuss and tackle wrestle. But some of these issues that may be important to than to moving on to a broader stage for some women. I do agree. It's a whole culture, basically needs to be changed to actually value. What a woman thinks, and what a woman of a women's opinion. I think as long as women are talking about women's issues their opinion is counted. But when you wanna talk about broader ratio, it's as if you're not the one, you know, maybe someone like maybe you'll manage that come in and talk about that. So it is the cultural thing that we need to change it and also creating a space safe for women on social media. I believe that our online world are social media world. It is an extension of our offline world. So those social norms does abuses the sexual harassment floods into our online world, and that makes it difficult for women in countries like Iran, Afghanistan, where women are encouraged to be passive in the offline world the happens on the online world as well. And we need to change change that culture and create a safer space. And that is what I try to base and on the mainstream media in Iran, sometimes has a very negative image of women wearing hijab. But in fact, as you know, more women are graduating from Iranian universities than men yet. The talk shows in the debates with the experts do they include women now exactly that is. The problem women. Have opinions women are living in this society? They have an opinion about politics about. Educate. Not just have a. The a special experts. Seventy five percent of the university students are women and graduated graduate with great scores. So why are they not being included because there is a culture that believes that women can only talk about women's issues. So when when they had a debate or roundtable on TV they bring political expert, which are men and women are talking about women's issues, and how to be a better wife or health issues and how to. I don't know how to take your children to a better school and stuff like education and stuff. Many women around the world are listening to us today before we bring this to each of you give a shoutout had a bit of advice. A call to women to try to help with getting women more involved in the media. So there are more stories Abigail to you. All the women listening to you around the world. What can they do? Definitely. Especially to my African sisters. I'd say let's continue the conversation on social media. Let's continue it online. It's a revolution happening right now on Instagram on YouTube, and you're on Twitter and Facebook, you know, create a page bring the compensation to your own channel. And you'd be surprised that people are actually listening, and they want to know what you have to say again people are following platforms like BBC Africa girl, talk, which is a great way to get the conversation going on what's happening on the continental pertain to women of color. I second what I beginning. Because it's so hard to get women to talk. But I'd also speak to the men. I'd say you need to listen as much as we want the survivors of violence to speak up. We want the men to listen to them. So that's my shoutout men and women talk. Listen. Women in to talk to women across the African continent to maybe some good good ideas. Strength from each other exactly similar experiences and challenges. I guess might be terrifying. Burnt talk. I would like to say to all the Farsi speaking women out there and women it was Pakistan Kirghistan and Turkey to to use the opportunity to have on social media to voice. Our concerns voice your opinions..

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"kirghistan" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Through this would be to push our captor over the edge of this cliff because we're in really exposed rain it. Yeah. Actually, wasn't that the logistics of it were quite easy. Once we made the decision. And so that's what we got out of. They're pushed him pushed him off the cliff bounced bounced off a ledge about thirty feet below us and then fell out of sight. And then we ran for about six miles to the nearest Kirghiz military outpost. Right. And as it happened. You just happen to be the one of you who was in position to actually do this to grab the guy's gun strap and push him over the side. Do you? Remember that moment what it felt like? Yeah. I remember it quite vividly. I don't think you forget that kind of stuff. Really, I'm and it was this overwhelming outflow of emotion. I was really concerned about what you know. As dating Beth rotten at the time who is another member expedition, and she was really against us taking matters into our own hands. So just before going and doing this kind of went up to her. And I was like I think you know, the other members are expedition who had been talking about this. They don't really want to do it. You think I should do this degree? This is our only way to live and she didn't say anything. And so that was sort of my. Just my told me that she was going to be okay with it. So once the decision was made, I scrambled across this ledges. He was climbing. This really steep section. I grabbed the gun strap and pulled him off. And yeah, I mean, it's hard to articulate. I mean, I think it was. So intensive a moment that I remember it is almost like a dream scape. Remember the stars? Remember the moon? I kind of remember the the colors around us the colors in the nighttime kind of swirling in my vision. And then me sitting on the ground and just putting my hand on my head and kind of rocking back and forth. And being like, what did I just do? I can't believe I just did that. Right. Well, people people who are in the military are trying for this. And it's very very hard. You had to confront whether you could kill somebody. And is it turned out? You didn't. Right. But you didn't know that. Yeah. We didn't know this for several months, but a reporter who was researching the story actually found out that the guy that. Had pushed was in prison in Kirghistan, you know, he'd fallen down the mountain hit miraculously stopped on allege that was down there, you know, out of sight from where we were and he lived through it. Well, of course, you were with Beth rawdon, then who was revealed friend and climbing partner, right, and you stayed together. You you got married, and you had you shared this trauma. I mean, she had you guys at both seeing your captor shoot somebody in the head. And then this thing. Do you think I don't know? What was it like for the two of you to have into this relationship? Having shared that kind of experience. I mean is pretty intense. When we started dating we start dating a couple months before this expedition Kirghistan, so the whole romance was fresh after that experience, we we couldn't part we couldn't be away from each other, the psychological effects of what happened to us affected us all quite differently, and I was really traumatized for about a year. But after that year, I think that I found the whole experience quite empowering, and that might actually be because I was the one who actually did the pushing like at some point. I was like man, I had the strength inside of me. I found the strength. And I went from being kind of worried about that too. Being proud of that. And so I became kind of a strong figure Beth on the other hand just you know, she just had a hard time. There's probably about six years where anytime I would leave her side. She would get pretty scared. And so. I just didn't leave her side. And we got married, and it was, you know, it seemed wonderful in a lot of ways..

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"kirghistan" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And so that's what we got out of. They're pushed him pushed him off the cliff you balanced bounced off a ledge about thirty feet below us and then fell out of sight. And then we ran for about six miles to the nearest Kirghiz military outpost. Right. And as it happened. You just happen to be the one of you who was in position to actually do this to grab the guy's gun strap and push him over the side. Do you? Remember that moment what it felt like? Yeah. I remember it quite vividly. I don't think you forget that kind of stuff. Really? I mean, it was this overwhelming outflow of emotion. I was really concerned about what you know. As dating Beth rotten at the time who has an another member of the expedition, and she was really against us taking matters into our own hands. So just before going and doing this kind of went up to her. And I was like I think you know, the other members are expedition who had been talking about this. They don't really want to do it. You think I should do this degree? This is our only way to live and she didn't say anything. And so that was sort of my. Just my that told me that she was going to be okay with it. So once the decision was made, I scrambled across this ledges. He was climbing this really steep section. I grabbed the gun strap and pulled him off. And yeah, I mean, it's hard to articulate. I mean, I think it was. So intensive a moment that I remember it is almost like a dream scape. I remember the stars. Remember the moon? I kind of remember the the colors around us the colors in the nighttime kind of swirling in my vision. And then me sitting on the ground and just putting my hands on my head and kind of rocking back and forth. And being like, what did I just do? I can't believe I just did that. Right. Well, people people who are in the military are trained for this. And it's very very hard. You had to confront whether you could kill somebody. And is it turned out? You didn't. Right. But you didn't know that. Yeah. We didn't know this for several months. But reporter who was researching the story actually found out that the guy. I had pushed was in prison in Kirghistan, you know, he'd fallen down the mountain hit miraculously stopped on allege that was down there, you know, out of sight from where we were and he lived through it. Well, and of course, you were with Beth rotten, then girlfriend and climbing partner. Right. I mean, and you stayed together. You you got married, and you had you shared this trauma. I mean, she had you guys at both seen your captor shoot somebody in the head. And then this thing. Do you think I don't know? What was it like for the two of you to have inter into this relationship having shared that kind of experience? I mean, it's pretty intense. When we started dating we started dating a couple months before this expedition Kirghistan, so the whole romance was fresh after that experience. We we couldn't part we couldn't be away from each other the psychological effects of what happened to us affected us all quite differently, and I was really traumatized for about a year. But after that year, I think that I found the whole experience quite empowering, and that might actually be because I was the one who actually did the pushing like at some point. I was like man, I had the strength inside of me. I found the strength. And I went from being kind of worried about that too. Being proud of that. And so I became kind of a strong figure Beth on the other hand just you know, she just had a hard time. There's probably about six years where anytime I would leave her side. She would get pretty scared. And so. I just didn't leave her side. And we got married, and it was, you know, it seemed wonderful in a lot of ways..

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"kirghistan" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on Fresh Air

"You both made it to this moment. Let's go. There's a remarkable part of the story that takes place in central Asia evolving. Tommy, Tommy you, and and some fellow climbers went to the central Asian country of character. Stan what were you doing there? Yes. So this is my first big international, climbing, expedition, I was sort of an aspiring professional climber. I was living on about fifty dollars a month. And I was dating a girl who got invited on this trip, and I managed to kind of weasel my way on a rope rigor, and it was a big opportunity for me. I was all of a sudden with some really good climbers going to one of the most beautiful mountain regions in the world in Kirghistan. And so we organized this trip we flew into this really remote mountain valley in an Kirghistan and were dropped off by helicopter. We're about thirty miles from the nearest road. And while we were there a rebel group called the Islamic movement of Becca STAN came through this region. The political situation is kind of complicated, but you know, in some ways boils down to opium trade for funding, the Taliban, and we were in this mountain valley. So they saw up on the wall. This. You know, a big base camp with a bunch of equipment. I think they had dollar signs in their eyes. They took us hostage and not too long after that, the Kirghistan military, the Kirgiz military showed up and this war broke out all around us. We had abandoned all of our food and clothing along with our captors and basically hide under gunpoint for six days from the Kirghistan military and this began with when you were up on a rock face and subtly. There's random gunfire coming up at these were the rebels signaling to you that you were to come down and submit right? Yeah. Our mo- our moment of getting taken hostage was when we were sleeping in our port alleges about a thousand feet up a wall, and the rebels showed up at the base of the wall. And they had these kind of long range sniper rifles, and they shot up at us. And we had to port alleges up there. They're about four feet apart and they managed to get these bullets right between the two port alleges. Yeah. It was. Pretty terrifying. Right. So they're marching you around after they have a skirmish with the the Kirghistan army, and well, you you end up being marched for six days with centrally no food by by one of these guys, and there's a desperate plan that you guys figure is your only way out of this. You want us. Explain what happened. Yeah. I mean, the whole time we're looking for ways to escape and our captors were becoming progressively weaker. As where we, but we were actually holding up a little bit better because we are mountain climbers and our captors at actually hiked over this big mountain pass before they even got to us in the first place. So we started sorta started out in a little bit better shape. And at some point, we realized are actually the other members of expertise expedition came up with the idea that are are planned to escape would be overtake our captors, and I wasn't on board with this. I didn't want to you know, I didn't you know, we had watched them killed people in front of us point blank. And I didn't want to have anything to do with that. But on our six night of captivity where climbing up this really steep mountainside. We're left with just one remaining captor because the the lead member of our of the rebel group had gone back to our base camp to try and find some food and it just became painfully. Obvious storm was rolling in. Seemed like it was going to rain. We were on the verge of hypothermia was certain that we weren't gonna live. If we got exposed in the storm on the side of this mountain. And so, yeah, it became obvious to me that our only chance of living through this would be to push our captor over the edge of this cliff because we're in really exposed rain it. Yeah. Actually, wasn't that the logistics of it were quite easy. Once we made the decision..

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"kirghistan" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"Lots of looking at sheet. I do know unfortunate that high priority. I'd say yes, just conservation wise. The tribe is very interested in expanding populations of sheet. We have a lot of historically good sheep habitat. And in those parts of the country, you've been, you've been to healthcare gone out looking at bighorns yells canyon. Those populations have struggled. So there's a lot of good work that could be done. And so I think that's where interest is. Obviously, there's five heard about the meal, dear issues are going on. We have, we do have declines meal your populations, and but Elka pretty stable. Large populations Elkin the Blue Mountains, which you'll get to see. But yeah, sheep is sort of our biggest conservation concern on on the big game front. I want to get ahead of ourselves Zet because things are getting worse because they could be so much better. I think in our corner of the world there, it's sort of a stagnant stagnant, sort of population has leveled off. So I think we could. There's a lot we can improve. We could make some gains for sure God's for sure, but we're not. We haven't had a disease, a large die off in several years, but we're only a little ways away from one row always on the cusp. So I think there's a lot of work we can do in this kind of forum is a good place to discuss that. Go ahead, Steve, gray, Thornton. I'm the president CEO. We're here obviously at the at the world headquarters, but we also maintained offices and Cody. We have an education coordinator in Nevada clay is remote in Texas. We've got a lobbyists in Washington DC, and then our Montana conservation director is also in Germany. So we, we base international operations out of Germany. We work in Kazahkstan Kirghistan juiston. Isn't it funny how everyone hates lobbyists? Lobbyists can come from any. Like people just like are like, oh, a lobbyist and that you register, that must be negative. But the thing that they're like conservation lobbyists. Visual obvious, like some guy out to do something evil. She does. He does smoke cigars. He plays, he plays that lobbyists roll. Well, yeah, we. Other lobbying on behalf a while is half of know wild sheep and while she restoration. But you know, we called him or advocate and our legislative affairs director. And finally just just call me. I am so you know, we just cut to the and that's what he is. We were just I was just back with him two weeks ago, spent three days advocate advocating for Bighorn sheep programs and ten orangey program. So when you when you guys are doing that, like when you're down in DC. What are are you meeting with? It do tend to be meeting with individual politicians depending meeting like more on the agency level both. So we, we meet with the federal agencies. So all the land management. All four service most Bighorn sheep live on use forces land 'bout in Klay. What eighty eighty percent of Bighorn sheep live on on the forces seventy eighty percent BLM interesting office huge holdings in Alaska. Lasco's got only five percent of all Dall sheep and thin horn sheep in North America. So pretty pretty huge population there forty to fifty thousand dollars sheep. So we we meet with the Bill. We meet with the four service at times we'll meet with the US fish and Wildlife.

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"kirghistan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"First the world news I'm Debbie. Russ with the BBC news the US defense department has said it seeking to divert three hundred million dollars in aid for Pakistan to other urgent priority areas after Islamabad failed to act against militant groups is about denies that it. Provides safe havens two, militants his nourish coach shake United States has been very frustrated with Pakistan's inability to take. Any action against militant groups some of these groups are supported United, States alleges by. The Pakistan's powerful military intelligence if you remember at the start of two thousand eighteen President Trump accused Pakistan all for taking billions and billions, of dollars of US aid but not taking. Any action against the militants the British Prime Minister Theresa may has rejected calls for a second referendum on Britain's. Withdrawal from the European Union Saying. It would be a gross betrayal of democracy a campaign group is calling for a. Public vote, on the final Brexit deal Chris Mason has more details. The prime minister basically says there is no chance of another e referendum she. Says that people trusted that vote would count two years. Ago and under the referendum would be. A betrayal of that trust in this piece in the Sunday Telegraph Theresa May says she's confidently UK will get a good deal and while no deal Brexit would be a challenge for some we would get through it and go. On to thrive but, MP's are back here at Westminster for the new term in a coupla days and the. Prime minister is not sure so vociferous critics as far as a, blueprint for Brexit. Is concerned the Philippines president Rodrigo Tetteh is due to begin a four day visit to Israel later today the first by Philippine leader in, more than sixty years the trip is intended. To promote commercial and military ties between the two countries Catalina reports president is one of the world's most controversy Politicians well. Known for his foul mouth diatribes just months after taking office he provoked anger in Israel by comparing himself favorably to Hitler however the Philippines has emerged as a, significant new customer for Israeli military hardware with purchases totaling twenty one. Million dollars in two thousand seventeen and there are closest links, between the two countries during the second World War Manila. Sheltered more than a thousand Jews fleeing the holocaust the Japanese Prime minister Shinzo Abe's, says that any future summit he holds. With the leader of North Korea will have to tackle the issue. Of Japanese nationals kidnapped by Pyongyang decades ago to help train spies this year is. A long, standing point of tension between the two countries Mr. Arba. Accepted that he would have to meet Kim Jong and eventually to break what. He called. The mutual distrust between Japan and North Korea You're listening to the world news from the BBC The Egyptian President has. Ratified new legislation placing tighter control on social media in. What the authorities say. Is a bid to clamp down on fake news law. Allows the country's top media regulator to block accounts if they consider to be disseminating false news or content aimed at breaking, the, law or inciting hatred or violence rights groups say such. Measures are aimed at curbing freedom of expression online the Turkish president has urged the government of. Kirghistan, to crack down on, groups linked to Fatullah Glenn the US based. Cleric Ankara blames for failed coup, two years ago regio tibedo onset Kirghistan risked instability if, failed, to prevent Gelinas sympathizers from. In his words infiltrating but tree and political structures a series of. Loud blasts were heard near a. Syrian military airport early on Sunday citing military sources Syrian. Media said these were caused an explosion as Muniz Dump at the measure airport southeast of the capital Damascus earlier, an official in the region alliance backing the government had said they were from. Israeli strikes. And the Syrian air defense response Israel, has launched air strikes against Syria. In the past the Irish rock band you to says. It's lead singer Bono. Has suffered a complete loss of voice and is seeking. Medical advice Daniel man reports there's all singers no too well they need to do everything they can to make sure their, vocal, chords are imperfect working order before they go onstage advice. Includes not eating too much also avoid smoky environments for you too it's not easy cutting out. The, smoke which rises from, the stage during Bono's performance but on Saturday. Night at the Mercedes Benz arena, in Berlin there was a problem four sons into the, show, when he said he'd been. Overcome by what felt like tobacco smoke the Hollywood actress asked Judd. Who was there said the crowd. Felt for him after became powerless and vulnerable BBC news.

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"kirghistan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Militancy including helping to plan multiple attacks on the indian city mumbai news from the bbc the supreme court of appeal in south africa has increased the jail sentence handed out to the paralympic athletes oscar pistorious for murdering his girlfriend the court ruled that his sentence be increased to fifteen years he'll be imprisoned for thirteen years due to time already served the syrian opposition has agreed to send a united fifty memberdelegation to u n sponsored peace talks in geneva next week the bloke which has been meeting in the saudi capital riyadh earlier reiterated his demand the president bashar assad must leave power before any move towards a political transition the syrian government has so far refused any discussion about the fate of the president the new president of kirghistan has been inaugurated in an elaborate ceremony in the capital bishkek soil rim by jan beer curve of the governing social democratic party narrowly won last month's election abdujalil abdurasul off reports the path elections were seen as the most competitive once in curious town's history by the victory of mr jim baker also underlined a growing intolerance towards the opposition and critical voices and influential opposition leader was jailed head of the vote independent media outlets were heavily fined for insulting the president the defeated presidential candidate omar begged boban of is now facing criminal charges for allegedly inciting ethnic hatred and coley for overthrow or the government mr toubon of claims that the case is politically motivated did and has left the country research suggests that people with schizophrenia can benefit from a new therapy the brings them face to face with the computer representation of the often abusive voices they haven the heads the result suggests that avatar therapy is more effective of reducing hallucinations than supportive counseling the office said seven people taking part in the trial stopped hearing voices completely abc news thank you very much for.

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"kirghistan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From the bbc the american pornographic magazine publisher larry flint has placed a fullpage advert in the washington post promising to pay a reward of ten million dollars for him the nation's leading to president trump's impeachment and removal from office mr friend said he was every americans duty to remove mr trump before it was too late larry frinta prominent supporter of hillary clinton's election bid has taken out similar adverts before but never offered such a large reward reports from the besieged northern the syrian city of rocker where islamic state militants have being overwhelmed by us packed militia say some foreign jihadists are among the fighters who managed to leave the city elder omara loose said the foreign fighters had made their escape using civilians as human shields police in the afghan capital kabul say they've shorten arrested a suicide truck bomb averting a major attack on the city a senior officer said the truck was carrying heavy explosives into rockets which had been hidden the books his of tomatoes voters in kirghistan are choosing a new president today the incumbent almaz beg uttam by is stepping down the end of the single sixyear term has allowed under the constitution written after a popular revolt in 2010 wife saunders reports almost back at them by of has promised this nation of six million people a free and fair election western diplomats are inclined to believe him his preferred candidate is a former prime minister sorin by jeenbekov who represents continuity president ethem by if israel against the main challenger among the eleven candidates award backed by off a charismatic businessman who made his fortune in neighboring kazakhstan missed out on by off has set the cows acts by calling mr toubon of their franchi the winner will lead to sort out that rao kazakhstan has tightened customs checks on the border leading to long tailbacks and that's the bbc news welcome to making it work and new 4 part theory on the bbc world service.

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"kirghistan" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on KOIL

"So he secured yet kerrigan his from teargas stan well we're going to get this foot beckoned here let your american greer rubber meghan kelly of the fox news channel she was on ellen generous yesterday she has a television show and there was a an interesting enlightening eye opening back and forth between the two of them i think a study in selfimportance or something like that asking smell the generous asking if megan kelly would have donald trump the present the united states on her show and meghan kelly gave her answer and and it's yes and then ele degenerates says well i wouldn't have m on my show why not you've got to hear the ego maniacal response that she gave the egos on these hollywood people just unbelievable it's just their their sense of self importance is just amazing while widow you hear this the doctor evil post in the meantime has a story police arrest man for vandalising the lincoln memorial with a penny using a penny so the washington post is going to give a playbook out two lefties so they can come in washington by the thousands and face our monuments because it's the fall of roma that they're looking for and we're rome in this story a man was arrested monday after police say he vandalized the lincoln memorial us park police officer observed the man about one pm using a penny to scrawl the letters heaped make h y p t m a e k on the fifth pillar on the north side of the memorial authorities say they want to be able to steriods they man identified as twenty one year old noor to like becker off near to like backer of from cure stan so he's a cure you say is of the cured people stand means land you know afghanistan pakistan kirghistan tadjikhistan it's the land of the tajiks and curious tanned strict kurdistan is the land of the keurigs he's he's cured he's cured royale so uh nrc like so honestly it sounds like a star trek name noor collect becker off from kirghistan was arrested and charged with milosz malicious destruction of property sergeant anna rose i park place spokeswoman said during a news conference tuesday that backer of was a student.

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"kirghistan" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Way if it were righty that had done it they would point out that it was a righty that did you know that it's a lefty and it was a lefty because they just leave that out if it had been a white supremacist instead of a leftwing not i can assure you that would be featured prominently in this pretend news story mm mm mm there's no indication that that incident was in related to this incident another incident in february someone wrote cryptic messages in black permanent marker on the memorial that was lefties to the washington monument the royal were to memorial and the dc war memorial including the words jackie shot jfk shirt okay so to his his his from kirghistan we should ban all people from kirghistan for a period of ten years if he's here and he's not a citizen on i assume that he's not if he's going to school here he should face the legal consequences any should be deported and i mean he should be deported he is due facing the lincoln memorial in our nation's capital where he's been invited to go to college and i think you should be catapulted as far as possible across the atlantic ocean toward kirghistan and if he doesn't make it all the way that would be unfortunate all right now let's go well let's go to this eavesdropping thing because this is important i'm looking at all the audio we have here that we're not going to yours madeleine half bright and bolt neck kerry and and uh they trot out all these democrats they lineup the limousines to bring in democrats to attack trump and his speech then they put the back in their limousines and said them home send them home while a new parade of democrats and previous democrat administration people are invited into attack and attack they do what they do to what they called good journalism that's what it is so it was cnn that actually broke the story we're gonna go to sound bite number twenty four to started sound bite number twenty four mr mike with the james clapper now this all started because cnn brokaw's story donald trump donald trump's people being wiretap here it is us government wiretapped former camp trump campaign chairman just the chairman by the way paul manafort as the chairman also coincidently in its apparently coincidental lived or lives in.

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"kirghistan" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on KOIL

"Way if it were righty that have done it they would point out that it was a righty that did you know that it's a lefty and it was a lefty because they just leave that out if it had been a white supremacist instead of a leftwing not i can assure you that would be featured prominently in this pretend news story there's no indication that that incident was related to this incident another incident in february someone wrote cryptic messages in black permanent marker on the memorial that was lefties to the washington monument the world war two memorial and the dc war memorial including the words jackie shot jfk sure okay senators he's he's from kirghistan we should ban all people from kirghistan for a period of ten years if he's here and he's not a citizen on i assume that he's not if he's going to school here he should face the legal consequences any should be deported and i mean he should be deported is to facing the lincoln memorial in our nation's capital where he's been invited to go to college and i think you should be catapulted as far as possible across the atlantic ocean toward kirghistan and if he doesn't make it all the way that would be unfortunate right now let's go well let's go to this eavesdropping thing because this is important i'm looking at all the audio we have here that we're not going to yours madeleine half bright and bolt neck carry and and uh they trot out all these democrats they lineup the limousines to bring in democrats to attack trump and his speech then they put them back in their limousines and said them home send them home while a new parade of democrats and previous democrat administration people are invited into attack and attack they do what they do to what they called good journalism that's what it is so it was cnn that actually broke the story we're gonna go to.

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"kirghistan" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on KOIL

"Way if it were righty that have done it they would point out that it was a righty that did you know that it's a lefty and it was a lefty because they just leave that out if it had been a white supremacist instead of a left wing but i can assure you that would be featured prominently in this pretend news story there's no indication that that incident was in related to this incident another incident in february someone wrote cryptic messages in black permanent marker on the memorial that was lefties to the washington monument world war two memorial and the dc war memorial including the words jackie shot jfk shirt okay senators he's he's from kirghistan we should ban all people from kirghistan for a period of ten years if he's here and he's not a citizen and i assume that he's not if he's going to school here he should face the legal consequences and he should be deported and i mean he should be deported is to facing the lincoln memorial in our nation's capital where he's been invited to go to college and i think he should be kept a poll it as far as possible across the atlantic ocean toward kirghistan and if he doesn't make it all the way that would be unfortunate right now let's go well let's go to this eavesdropping thing because this is important i'm looking at all the audio we have here that we're not going to use madeleine half bright and bolt neck kerry and and uh they trot out all these democrats they lineup the limousines to bring in democrats to attack trump and his speech none they put the back in their limousines and said them home send them home while a new parade of democrats and previous democrat administration people are invited into attack and attack they do what they do to what they called good journalism that's what it is so it was cnn that actually broke the story we're going to go to sound bite number twenty four to started sound bite number 24 mr mike with james clapper now this all started because cnn brokaw's story donald trump donald trump's people being wiretap here it is us government wiretapped former cam trump campaign chairman just the chairman by the way paul manafort as the chairman also coincidently in its apparently coincidental lived or lives in.

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"kirghistan" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on KOIL

"The man about one pm using a penny to scrawled the letters hit make h y p t m a e k on the fifth pillar on the north side of the memorial authorities say they want to be able to steer you've took they man identified as twenty one year old noor to like black araof near to like back harav from cure stan so he's a cure you say is of the cured people stand means land you know afghanistan pakistan kirghistan tadjikhistan it's the land of the tadzhiks and curious stand strict kurdistan is the land of the keurigs he's he's cured he's cured royale so uh nurkic like honestly it sounds like a star trek name noor collect becker rav from kirghistan was arrested and charged with malicious malicious destruction of property sergeant anna arose a park place spokeswoman said during a news conference tuesday that back of was a student in the washington area is probably on out full right because of barack obama back robs attorney he has an attorney now didn't return our requests for comment i'm thinking 25 years in prison of hard labour for this just a sudden example so you know people don't get into the habit conservatives are evaluating the damage to the monument to determine the best method for repairing it police said it's unclear what the words mean and they are difficult to see the writing appeared to be in sarinic and could include a reference to back rubs first name documents filed dc spirit court indicate the letters cannot be fully removed but could be treated with polish in a process that would cost about two thousand dollars justin belo an architectural conservateur for the national park service said the vandalized area was small and the stone would weather out over time time when the lincoln memorial is vandalized and it was vandalized recently by a lefty whether can of spray paint by the way she said staff decide how to respond on a case by case basis testing treatments on a small area of the stoned before proceeding this is permanent damage she said that is troubling the lincoln memorial dedicated of nineteen 22 was vandalized in august when someone defaced at with red paint a lefty by the.

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"kirghistan" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"kirghistan" Discussed on WTMA

"Way if it were righty that had done it they would point out that it was a righty that did you know that it's a lefty and it was a lefty because they just leave that out if it had been a white supremacist instead of a leftwing not i can assure you that would be featured prominently in this pretend news story mm mm mm there is no indication that that incident was in related to this incident another incident in february someone wrote cryptic messages in black permanent marker on the memorial that was lefties to the washington monument the world war two memorial and the dc war memorial including the words jackie shot jfk sure okay megan want want y senators he's he's from kirghistan we should ban all people from kirghistan for a period of ten years if he's here and he's not a citizen and i assume that he's not if he's going to school here he should face the legal consequences and he should be deported and i mean he should be deported he is to face at the lincoln memorial in our nation's capital where he's been invited to go to college and i think you should be catapulted as far as possible across the atlantic ocean toward kirghistan and if he doesn't make it all the way that would be unfortunate all right now let's go well let's go to this eavesdropping thing because this is important i'm looking at all the audio we have here that we're not going to yours madeleine half bright and bolt neck kerry and and uh they trot out all these democrats they lineup the limousines to bring in democrats to attack trump and his speech then they put them back in their limousines and said the home send them home while a new parade of democrats and previous democrat administration people are invited into attack and a tech they do what they do to what they called good journalism that's what it is so it was cnn that actually broke the story we're going to go to sound bite number twenty four to started sound bite number twenty four mr mike with the james clapper now this all started because cnn brokers story donald trump donald trump's people being wiretap here it is us government wiretapped former camp trump campaign chairman just the chairman by the way paul manafort is the chairman also coincidently in it's apparently coincidental lived or lives in.

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