20 Burst results for "Klaudia"

"klaudia" Discussed on The JRPG Report

The JRPG Report

05:23 min | Last month

"klaudia" Discussed on The JRPG Report

"Apply the demo on pc so the games been out for awhile. Demos have been out all that so they're like. Hey by the way you should probably have a demo one. Pc in case personal pairs want check out. So you if you are skittish about playing it on pc you wanna check out the will now Now you can Quickly in mobile crossover news If you're playing were divisions final fancy brave x. via's there is a excuse me my voice is killing me today. There's a fancy seven remake crossover going on. The collaboration was previously just in the japanese version of it. It added cloud and teeth to the roster but now this game is going on and it will last until october. The fifth Just like the japanese version players can log into obtain a ultra rare tufa for free just by walking in to the gain. That's pretty cool. Little little bonus I've only just began playing. This one is kinda got a star ocean field to it. But it's not not terrible so far. Less klaudia is a mobile gain and Starting today august twenty sixth. They're going to have a near autumn. Mata crossover event exact details haven't yet been announced but autumn on occasions are available in tons of different game. Spin wanna add this to like. I said i really haven't played it much a downloaded the other day and ecologist start the story. That story is actually pretty decent So far and Got a good little action bowel system that yeah it kinda reminds me of the old star ocean to type feel to it. Looked pretty cool but yeah you might wanna check that out if you are a either star ocean battle system fan or a near automotive fan. Who wants to check that out. That's last claudia. Last klaudia that's the actual name of it not just just spouted out of my mouth Last thing i want to touch on news. Wise to new figures are incoming to wreck your pocketbook. Or i guess it would probably lou more appropriate. There is a kasumi figure coming out for from persona five royal fat company. I guess that's how you say the pa company Or pat fat. Whatever is you cannot pre-order it via the good small companies official website. It's a one seventh scale and stands at approximately two hundred sixty millimeters in high. Whatever that is you have until october fourteenth to pre-order it. It'll ship out. Next year in november north america it is amazing assed gonna cut her school uniform on there and it will set you back on one hundred and sixty eight.

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"klaudia" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

03:27 min | 3 months ago

"klaudia" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Watched also verna. Seems like someone i want to like. She does particularly. And i don't know there's just me speculating. She's not really looking at fighters who quote unquote the big names. He just wants to fight her way. Up the rankings. If i remember correctly yes. Cnn is hire them shall waterson by she. Seven and michelle. Waterson is nine so all out hiring fighter. She wants to fight up. Good on you nina. She's coming off a pretty pretty one. Mackenzie with ours. I set in two years with that makes sense because the common opponent comment pony okay. I forgot about that. No all i don't care. Provide new nez waterson. And i just hope she gets top. Ten top fifteen at least out just the by anyone behind her in line. That's who should only as the only two people rents below are lemos suits. A lot of people are very high on dilemmas for yet police. Herrick her already. Yes angela hill and Two stores matched up. I don't think he buys have a fight. She thinks so. That's right that's right. It's on michelle klaudia nina and doesn't work. Yeah yeah. she's fashion a hill bus got. Yeah and then the only one the others ranked above her. That don't aren't matched up or michelle. Waterson who just fought millionaire Very recently a very tough five on klaudia. And then above her. Mackenzie marina yawn. Carla would fun to just because john's coming off a loss she is geez ranked way high. And i don't think the would do that. Oh but that was a bad loss. Jewish very one sided loss gender over. Yon- yawn michelle. Waterson is a good fight. Yeah all those sites are good. I just think frigging awesome. And i'm i'm on. I'm on the gender of hype train that yeah have you or better person gay. Yes before prizes. For this by remember. Yeah yeah dr. Yeah she what did she say kinda got. The dern loss kind of made a realiser shed striking deficiency our it she Shots to just walk into her striking to evolve in not only be a yes. This great That she's to just one step ahead and be a well rounded fighter that's excellent because essentially that's why she lost against dern they're grappling kind of neutralize each other 'cause there was one going against journals one one going into the third and then third round dern just start throwing haymakers aggressive striking. That was pretty much difference and you saw gender robo when she came out in that first round against mirada choose during big bombs. Messed up right. As i eventually led to take down the you know bringing maradas arm and all that crazy stuff so yeah yeah yeah of course. Of course you interview your that your piece. Jeez yeah okay. Why did he do this. who Who this episode.

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"klaudia" Discussed on The Jose Morales Podcast

The Jose Morales Podcast

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"klaudia" Discussed on The Jose Morales Podcast

"Today is again. The tallest person in the Jim Kelly Chavez. What's up? So if you guys follow me on Instagram I recently, just talked about how Kelly is going to be joining me now alongside ricky to Ricky's actually not directly by Regan was fired on. That's what really happened. So we. I thought it'd be great to have Kelly on for lots of reasons. To have the one reason is to have a female. Perspective on things since we don't want to be biased and Gotcha ladies. On the male side so That's one reason another reason why we think is a good ideas. Ricky and I usually talk about a lot sports. With Kelly and I are going to talk a lot about talking about sports. We're not gonNA. Talk about friends, either because Kelly fucking love springs. Only We're GONNA talk about. The Gym things going around in the gym business. Things like that What we like where we don't like and just how everything's Horn and I think everybody that goes to the gym is probably GonNa Appreciate Hearing Kellyanne I talk so I think it. Keep the recaps a lot more interesting levy guys so Kelly. What do you? How do you feel about doing this now that? That, you're going to be doing this once a month. How do you feel about being on a podcast? I'm excited I was Kinda worried that I was going to run out of things to say. But if anyone that knows me knows that I like to talk so I think that'll be very very very hard for me to run out of things to say and she does. She's not lying when she says she likes to talk. This is I knows she's not lying at the gym. I Taylor Talk to people, right? She would only talk to people. A Lot, I mean she types everybody. Should talk to you. A lot of the gossip is out to change so good cheese May. She is now walking away. It don't matter how busy the front is. In, but not anyways I gotTA. I'm very very very happy to have around here. By the way yesterday, she was not in the gym yesterday. How did that go? Forget you Kelly now. Let me, tell you we actually just recently. Hired a girl to help Kelly her name is Klaudia Raina, which is actually angels, little older sister. OLDER SISTER! What I a little! Older, sister and if you know who enjoys angel, his mom, and dad train at the gym where along with the sisters and his brother he's one of the one of my kids that are competing. He's actually working verse Insurance Right now in the warrior program. But anyways she's actually going to be in the front with us. Throughout this. Whole time helping Kelly with everything. She will be a great addition to have She's the help..

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"klaudia" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"klaudia" Discussed on KCRW

"The area meanwhile just a heads up if you're in Irwindale westbound to ten trying to connect to the six oh five got a crash involving a car and a big creek low clouds and fog rolled in overnight gonna be burning off only partly today highs in the mid sixties if you're along the coast sixties to mid seventies inland pretty much the same tomorrow should be sunny on Wednesday with highs in the mid sixties at the beaches up to mid seventies in the valleys right now in downtown LA at sixty three degrees sixty two in Reseda sixty three in Costa mesa and fifty four in academics support for NPR comes from NPR stations and from progressive insurance offering a way to buy home insurance with their home quote explorer tool custom quotes and rates are available online learn more progressive dot com or at one eight hundred progressive now that's progressive and from the Andrew W. Mellon foundation guided by the belief that the arts and humanities are essential to the well being of diverse and democratic societies learn more at Mellon dot org it's five thirty five it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep with the highest unemployment rate in America since the Great Depression is even higher among Latinos the overall jobless rate is fourteen point seven percent as we learned the other day and for Latinos it is nineteen percent Klaudia Alejandro was furloughed by Macy's in Orlando I applied for like the unemployment benefits right away on March twenty nine it took me around like eleven hours to dust right in my application just to give me that error that they were not able to verify my identity at the moment.

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"klaudia" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"klaudia" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossio reporting a Mexican model testifies for the defense in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial Mexican model Klaudia Salinas testified it never happened she was countering testimony by model Lauren Marie young that Salinas closed the door as Harvey Weinstein took young into the bathroom of a Beverly hills hotel in 2013 and assaulted her Selena said if I had done that I would remember that Monday was the third day for the defense case after more than 2 weeks of prosecution testimony in wine steams rape trial in Manhattan attorneys representing the 67 year old former movie mogul say no decision has been made on whether wines team will testify

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'Never happened': Model denies trapping Weinstein accuser

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

'Never happened': Model denies trapping Weinstein accuser

"Hi Mike Rossio reporting a Mexican model testifies for the defense in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial Mexican model Klaudia Salinas testified it never happened she was countering testimony by model Lauren Marie young that Salinas closed the door as Harvey Weinstein took young into the bathroom of a Beverly hills hotel in twenty thirteen and assaulted her Selena said if I had done that I would remember that Monday was the third day for the defense case after more than two weeks of prosecution testimony in wine steams rape trial in Manhattan attorneys representing the sixty seven year old former movie mogul say no decision has been made on whether wines team will testify

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"klaudia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"klaudia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Best selling Chinese American author dot chan has died he was known for his critically acclaimed memoir colors of the mountain it drew on abuses that chance offered as a child during China's Cultural Revolution Deng channels fifty seven years old he went on to write several other books about Chinese culture including several for children his wife said he died of lung cancer

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"klaudia" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"klaudia" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"We're continuing our celebrations of Christmas. All over over Europe and now we're going to Portugal we have on the line. Klaudia Dacosta in Lisbon Claudia. Merry Christmas thanks for joining us. Thank you very much way Christmas do to. How is Christmas unique in Portugal? Claudia well depends on the region but especially in the inland small. Small towns is something special and especially. I think the most important thing to say is that it's for families. Do you have relatives in the small town. Yes I have my my grandmother okay. Pretend you're taking me to your grandmother's place for good traditional Christmas. Tell me what happens on Christmas Eve and what happens on Christmas Day. Well twenty four December. We are all day cooking and We are preparing well. The sweets and specially you were preparing the codfish. The salt is caught. Fish Okay yes We called we'd vegetables and potatoes and We eat very late. Downs ten ten pm because then we go to the mess and then after mess we opened the presence because we should only open the presents which meet nights then we go out again and we will in vain the important places such as an old the church or there or three Bruno we have some big fireplace. We will stay all around because it trae cold. It's near the mountains so it's trey cold and we stayed there our stalking and talking about nothing inc.. Sometimes we drink coffee because we will coffee in the fire. Yeah we haven't been very old pen. Prepare our coffee and we stay there all my stalking drinking coffee. So they have the old traditional. It's no way of putting the Pan Right in the fire to make your coffee very romantic. What time would you go to sleep then? Normally sometimes we don't sleep always sleep only only two or three hours so we're celebrating Christmas in Portugal here with cloudy to custos grandmother in a village in the north. It's called. We've just been out until three in the morning at the fight with the bonfires on fire talking to everybody go home sleep a couple of hours. What happens on Christmas Day.

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"klaudia" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"klaudia" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"Grow the last recession. You know the big one that ended roughly a decade ago started in December. Remember two thousand and seven but the committee within the economics world that officially identifies the start of a recession. Didn't make the announcement until December two thousand eight affoil year later. It's actually called a recession. Dating Committee were sounds a lot more fun than it actually is. That is economists. Cloudy Assam and she says it is normal normal for this committee to take a while to be delivered. Take its time when it's identifying the start of a recession see the recession dating committee weights because it wants to be sure that there actually actually was a recession and also because the committee is looking at a lot of data to confirm that there was quote a significant decline in economic activity Spread across the economy lasting more than a few months unquote. That's how the committee defines a recession into be cleared those experts and they're all very senior macro-economists macro-economists they're looking at the data all the time especially when the economy starts to soften but what they're using as a whole host of data now there is also unofficial way to know if there has been a recession which is if the economy shrinks for two straight quarters which is obviously half a year but that takes a while to know also uh-huh especially since the quarterly growth statistics. Take a while to come out after each quarter ends so that if hypothetically a recession started last month in October we wouldn't find out about it until almost the start of next May so based on her research cloudy came up with a better way. The Psalm rule what is is the psalm rule. So this psalm rule. It's all based off the unemployment rate. Okay so quick. Injection the unemployment rate that is the share of people in the labor force who do not have jobs but are looking for jobs and since the unemployment rate can sometimes fluctuate from month to month for arbitrary reasons. The summer looks at the three month. Average of the unemployment unemployment rate to smooth out those fluctuations back to Klaudia so he take a three month average of the monthly unemployment rate. Okay then I look at any month. Oh relative to the prior twelve months so I'm using thirteen months a data and what I do is win the difference so when the current unemployment rate is a a half percentage point or more above the prior low over that prior twelve months. Then we're in a recession okay. So there's a little bit to unpack there so here is what what it means in practice right now. The three month average of the unemployment rate is three point six percent so that's number to focus on three point. Six percent blissett starts rising and within the next year. Let's say July of next year it has climbed half a percentage point and it hits four point one one percent that means that the psalm rule has been triggered and a recession has started within the prior few months. Well in fact since the nineteen seventies. That's always he's been the case any time from the seventies on every time it triggers we are two to four months into a recession and the big advantage of the Psalm. Rule over over the other ways of knowing if an economy's in recession is that we find out much sooner that the recession has started and cloudy work on. Recessions does not stop there. She also so came up with a way. For policymakers to respond wants to SOM- rule has been triggered and we know the recession is indeed underway. And so I developed the Psalm ruled to put a proposal. Together that said payments to household individuals in a recession should be automatic. They should happen as fast as they can. In a recession they should be noticeable cinema thousand dollars or more and get that money out to household so they they don't have to cut back on spending as much there. They know that the government is trying to do something to support them. Cloudy is ideas. Note an economics as has an automatic stabiliser. It's automatic because once the economy does something specific like say it triggers the Psalm rule then. The response from the government is automatic. Those checks go out because Congress already agreed how the government will respond to stabilize the economy hence the name automatic stabiliser and cloudy..

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"klaudia" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

15:37 min | 2 years ago

"klaudia" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Klaudia Sophia Cory Lopez of California State University Chico. The ongoing protests in Puerto Rico Com as concern is growing that the political turmoil could lead to the financial oversight and Management Board seizing more power the board is commonly referred to as La Junta in Puerto Rico the unelected board rents much of Puerto Rico's affairs approving any major expenditures and budget decisions. It's also overseen a devastating austerity program to talk more about the latest in Puerto Rico. We go to Sun Quan where we're joined by Manuel not tall. He's an independent member of the House of Representatives of Puerto Rico. He's also a member of the growing grassroots organization Victoria Savannah that is <hes> Citizens Victory Manuela town welcome to democracy now. It's great to have you with us so last week. Mass protests ousted did the governor governor Roy CEO. He says he will leave on Friday but as yet to name a replacement since the secretary of State had resigned in the same text scandal a few weeks before what is going to happen on Friday well we'll currently at the brink of a constitutional constitutional crisis here in Puerto Rico's used mentioned in just four days <unk>. Yeo's resignation will become attractive and the people of Puerto Rico still don't know who's GonNa be. He Hits Sir. He's replacement. The Legislative Assembly. Puerto Rico has failed to step up to its leadership particularly in a statement bory who is the governor recording belongs to unfortunately they don't seem to be hearing the message that people put thirty. Go have been screaming loud and clear that we're not only asking comfortable said your resignation were looking to end corruption hearing what the legal that means that whoever is going to be the Substitute Ricardo C._E._o.. Has To be a candidate that comes out of the consensus with the people put Rick and could you talk about the Justice Minister One Alaska's and why many of the protesters are unhappy about the possibility house ability that she will be the successor her record as justice minister in terms of not not even investigating or prosecuting cuting by a potential corruption in relationship to the aid that was sent from the United States to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria they're both caught from the same cloth cloth when it comes to one that Alaska she has failed to fulfill her constitutional duties as secretary of the Department of Justice in my case particularly a lot of the corruption that has has been signal out and called out in the now famous telegram chart. I had been pointed out for the last two and a half years I had referred all of that corruption. Listen to one the Oscars of the Department of Justice since at least November two thousand seventeen forty million dollars or fifteen dollars in government contracts tuck suit governors publicist the relationship of the conflict of interest with Ilia scientist governors best mad at his wedding his campaign manager and his representative presentative fiscal control or I mean so many examples of things that had been pointed out the evidence had been provided to one the Vasquez on the Department of Justice and she she just continued to be silent and she was complicit to all of this corruption so she's obviously in a militated to become the next governor of Puerto Areco and avoid constitutional crisis. You're in Puerto Rico than virtually does stay. Her body has not been willing to show its leadership and hear people and why has been wide spend so difficult for the governor to name of success or even for the a statehood party leaders to sort of agree on on an interim caretaker governor. Isn't it part of the problem that a lot of them are jockeying to actually run for governor next November. That's that's correct one. We have two situations unfolding here. One is that a lot of the possible substitutes us through the governor are also involved in the same corruption scandals that led to the governor how to resign dealer situation is that there are a a couple of individuals that are looking to put themselves in the best situation doors twenty twenty and doors running for governor themselves Bhartiya Philosophy at shots guts. WHO's the president of the Senate he members the statement body and Jennifer Gonzalez? WHO's currently the Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico in Washington D._C.? During that battle the people put the rigo have become hostage to the state her body because since they're not able to together to win a solution for or short-term so Puerto Rico get finish this term in peace until the next general elections the people of Puerto Rico have become hostile all these backroom negotiations that are taking place within the state or body and we have been put in a level of certainty that like I mentioned before we're four days away away from the governor's resignation becoming affected and we literally don't know who's going to be the next in line to take in place and not only that there's so many negotiations are bills that are being signed into law people that are being put in strategic positions during this transition process that we don't know about and the governor is not showing face people put the rigo. He's doing all of this governing or his last days in office behind closed doors not <hes> engaging with any sort of conversations with the press so we're right now in in very very dark position and what about the <hes> the control troll because throughout all of this the reality is to control board is constantly putting deadlines for budgetary decisions for spending decisions nations by the government and there's no one there to make those decisions at this point and what do you see as the role of the Control Board judge the the federal judge Swain has has temporarily suspended action on any of the legal proceedings but the but the meanwhile the promise aboard continues to function function well. That's one of the most concerning points out of all the situation while we're concentrating on removing regard a little while we're concentrated needed and we have come together in a historic costs to I guess takeout garage them out of the fiscal control or has gained more and more power our before this situation took place conversations in Washington. Were heading that direction of limiting the hours of the fiscal control were since this situation folded folded the conversations in Washington D._C.. Have gone in the different direction. They're talking about giving more power to the fiscal or fiscal draw board that does not represent the best interested the people of Puerto Rico but rather represents the interests of corporate America and Bhartiya Wall Street. We're talking about vulture funds that are making sure more to the fiscal control board that they paid regardless of what that means in sacrifices in blood's in deers to the people who put legal so I I would would be very very careful with period that Judge Swain has established in which she has basically brought allies older needles all the process in terms of the a bankruptcy. That's going on at the federal level because what they're actually doing is buying time to push forward the adjustment bland they want out for for the people of Puerto Rico and that adjustment plan means more sacrifice for pensions more sacrifice for our workers more sacrifices for the University of authority thirty call and the people of Puerto Rico already given enough dose thirty policies that have been implemented not only by the fiscal control more but by the Koran Rossio so your ministration the previous administration have put the people of Puerto Rico at a position of wounded wounded ability social inequality have increased to levels that we have never seen here in Puerto Rico so we have to be very very careful about what we fight the good fight in terms of removing gotta go Rosillo from Office Office of making sure that his successor river says the best interests of the people put legal. We cannot leave the fiscal control board out of our sight because we're they're regaining power as we speak and we more democracy not less democracy and you have Jose Carreon that chairman of the Financial Oversight Management Board from Puerto Rico recently only became a leader of Latinos for trump but I wanna go to the popular movement that people that ultimately ousted the governor the half half a million people who marched in the streets and it wasn't only in San Juan all over the island the mass protest after this tech scandal exposed by an independent didn't media the Center for Independent Journalism in Puerto Rico and the power of the people so people from across the political spectrum ultimately outraged by by the text attacks the violence sex sexist homophobic attacks rose up but how are they organizing now. How is there a kind of umbrella party that will also not just leave things to the governor deciding? What's going to happen next before he leaves yes? We're we're talking about that. GotTa Yeo's resignation. It's a first step a necessary first step but this is not the end of the road that people put recur know uh-huh getting regrettable so you'll out of office doesn't mean that we're going to get our country back on track. We need to make sure that not only we replace all of the people in government German data available but we need to make sure that we have a political movement that represents the best interest of the people that put it legal. None of us are are betting on a collective process. We're not <hes> looking for individuals that come to save us weren't talking about how we can organize for the ground all and that's what we're trying to hear him. Victorious issue a Lotta which was a political movement that was recently announced screws as in March. We're a call he should of people that have been fighting for a job for justice for Puerto Rico for equality for Puerto Rico. We're being progressive movement. We're talking about people that come from the workers curse body from unions from community organizing from environmental groups student leaders so that university some of us that have come from sold the main parties here in Puerto Rico orders that ran as independent but we have come together under this movement on under the idea that we can only face the situation situation collective and if we're united were able to beat the corruption of the two party system here in Puerto Rico and that's part of the evolution of these these protests are we have seen a diversity of of the individuals that have showed off to these protests we had close to a million people walk the streets of San Juan. You're protesting for Ricardo's Rosa your resignation. That's unheard of that's never happened. In the history of Puerto Rico the closest thing to that was when People Puerto Rico came together to call for the marina the U._S. military to get out of the Puerto Rican island municipality so we are a diversion show on the brink of a political revolution here in Puerto Rico and we are to make sure that all the excitement all all of these actions taking place is <music> geared towards corrective change and to make sure that the next election we have the right people in place to take over governor government and give it back active people of Puerto Rico Man. I wanted to ask you in terms of Victoria you yourself had split away from the Commonwealth partying pepe there which which has always been associated with Commonwealth and and since its founding by which Magno smarten back in nineteen fifty two. I'm wondering wondering my sense is that the promise the the installation of chromosome signaled the virtual death of the Commonwealth model and I'm wondering how you you see this crisis relating to the longer term situation what happens in terms of the status with legal well I think in two thousand sixteen in the generation election politics in Puerto Rico change completely close to twenty percent of the people that voted for the governor's position voted outside of the two body system dot the number is on hurdle and independent candidate on extended Lugo got close to twelve percent of the votes on all that independent candidate either go got close to six Serve it was not the response that People Puerto Rico were expecting and to this day there are still people in Puerto Rico living on their tarps. They're still people Puerto Rico limit on a very very precarious conditions and that has created an environment in which people are looking for different options. I think the two party system not only the Cornwall or here in Puerto Rico but the statehood has lost a lot of traction are within the last couple of years and people that usually bar or and even people can be or in the last couple of elections have stop boring. They're looking for different auctions and that's when because you in not not us on other political but as a movement that is born of the need for a Political Revolution Border Rico out of a woman that's border of the need of a vehicle that really represents the interests of the people of Puerto Rico are not corporate interests not financial interest dangerous of the weakness on the ooh that have been ruling designed for so many years nine on that POW. Thank you so much for being with us. Independent member of Puerto Rico's House of Representatives also a member of the growing grassroots roots organization victorious you Donna coming up we go to Brazil where the deforestation of the Amazon is rapidly escalating under President J year Bolsonaro Sonata. The equivalent of three soccer fields are being described every minute. Stay with us the on the day uh-huh this into this uh-huh. It's.

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The battle for villages and forests in Germany's coal country

KQED Radio Show

03:34 min | 2 years ago

The battle for villages and forests in Germany's coal country

"You're listening to assignment on the BBC world service on ten months old and I'm in Germany not far from the Dutch border in a small village called Monheim old what's left of it I suppose a wire fence running along the edge of the road I'm behind it's simply a large pile of rubble I'm Claudia Moscow this is where you'll house stirred yes the because the living room here and behind so we had a law yeah wonderful gotten and now you see what's left yes some trees and that's all Melissa this is a pile of rocks a few tree stumps a little bit of undergrowth on a rather lonely looking pine tree I think in the end in the background yeah yeah the house was pulled down a few weeks ago at the end of April Monaco who's fifty doesn't only T. engineer he was at work when it was being demolished but Klaudia news a couple of years younger and works in a travel agency came to watch there were moments there were tears so falling because it was a very emotional and that moment because you hear it you can hear the sound of the yeah how to explain the cracking on yelp off the wood from the roof and lands on off the concrete watching the video Claudia took it's it it was very emotional it was emotional and there was some tears it's a bit like a funeral right within the next couple of years the biggest will have destroyed everything the houses the shops the church the whole village a village that once had a population of sixteen hundred is literally going to disappear from the face of the earth the reason for that is that non Han was built more than a thousand years ago on top of one of the biggest coal fields in Europe it's a particular kind of cold brown coal oil leak nights when it's burned it produces high levels of carbon dioxide the lignite is that right some four hundred meters below the surface and the only way to get to it is to scrape away the lands of gravel and clay until it's expose everything that gets in the way has to be removed I'm not includes Monheim it also includes the Humby Humby the humble forest most of its house over the years already being devoured by the mine today is the battle against climate change pollution and CO two emissions heats up in Germany the last few hectares of trees I've come to represent a frontline close some of the was a massive confrontation here the mining company wanted to start felling trees again but the activists how to stop missed camps open the trees themselves hundreds of police arrived to evict them then a local court intervened and imposed a temporary ban on the removal of any more trees as it stands the mining company W. E. all in German elevate it as such eight one try again until the summer of twenty twenty at

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"klaudia" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"klaudia" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"And basically the question of like have we underestimated all birds or is it like just basically core Vitz and parrots that are smarter than we thought. And he was pretty generous in his estimate of all birds though, of course, cords in parrots. He said, you know, essentially, there's no major cognitive difference between what they can do and what primates can do. So, you know, he's putting them like way up there on the cognitive ladder like they're much smarter than we realized for a long time. But even birds pigeons and chickens, he put more on the level of like, mice and rats, which you know, I think the average person probably assume the mice are a lot smarter than pigeons that that's not necessarily true. Yeah. And in the idea that chicken is up there as well. I mean, check made Verna Herzog. Yeah. That's right. Who believe what he was her? Zogg had said that is something about there being just this like the overwhelming immensity of stupidity is leaving at you guys of a chicken. I think what he's seeing. There is not stupidity. He seeing like profound ancient magic that chicken is a dinosaur as I mean birds are again dinosaurs are the avian dinosaurs. The dinosaurs that are left, and he is seeing lineage going back tens of millions of years all the way to the junkie. Sorry, some deep cuts on Verna her Zog interviews here. But can't go too deep. But anyway, I think it is fair to say that ravens are much more strikingly intelligent than pigeons. But also that pigeons are probably more intelligent than people usually give them credit for one interesting and funny game of thrones parallel came across there's a scene in the in the song of ice and fire books where you know, the three eyed crow in the book is called three crow in the books and throughout raven in the show, the guy played by max von Seeda, I'll show in the books. He he's talking to young brand stark, which another side note, I just found out the other day that brand in Welsh believe means raven or means for us. But he he speaking to the character brand stark. And he says it was the singers who taught the first men to send messages by raven. But in those days, the birds would speak the words, so the trees remember, but men forget, and so now they write the messages on parchment and tie them round the feats of the birds who have never shared their skin. So I think this is. Different because he's talking about war, gang and magical stuff is in the books. But he saying it used to be that. You'd like tell the message to the raven and the raven would go carry the message and win got there. It didn't let you didn't have to take a tag of parchment of its leg. It would just tell you the message and this actually does have some basis in reality. Because ravens much like parrots can be trained to mimic. Human sounds like talking even better than parrots in some case as well. And if you don't believe me, look it up their videos of this online talking ravens. It's creepy. No. It's not creepy. It's gorgeous. It. Well, then that's amazing. Because he I would have just assumed assumed that this is just a purely magical wrinkle in the world building here. But yeah, the idea that you could you can on some level a train raven to mimic human language. That's is incredible. I think especially if you bred them for it like the best the best the ones best at mimicking human language talking. You bred them for repeating phrases. And you train them individually in their lives. I don't know. I think it's not out of the question. But I don't know of any cases in the real world where there have been like breeding programs to try to bring out the best talking ravens, right? Or even. I mean, I don't even know to what extent that's been done with with parrots. I'm dan. Ended at all. I wonder anyway, a few other things of note. So I was reading about the university of Vienna. Biologist Matthias Klaudia Loretto speaking to the writer L A Davies for the guardian in two thousand seventeen on the question of ravens as messengers. So they're directly addressing this question from the game of thrones show and so- Loretto is a researcher who works with ravens..

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"klaudia" Discussed on The 43 Percent

The 43 Percent

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"klaudia" Discussed on The 43 Percent

"Welcome to the forty-three percent Klaudia Reuter this show forgets about the leaning in or leaning out debate and talks to successful women about their path toward creating a life. That includes both family and career. Our name is a nod to the fact that forty three percent of women leave the workforce when they have children. We all have take some why and what might be done to better support working mothers by in this show me explore a wide range of experiences, and ideas. The same thing for for men too. But I think what women it's even more challenging because we are brought up to believe that we have to be perfect. And if we are not perfect. We then feel like we are not capable. And I think that's a big huge mistake that we have to make sure we change in how we raise our daughters. That was today's guests London Zakar, Linda is the CEO and founder of the Barkley group and a board director at Hasbro. She was recently named to the two thousand eighteen women's Inc. List of most influential board members in previous roles. She has served as the CEO of myth on hardcourt accompany. She took public a corporate vice president at Microsoft and a senior vice president at oracle among many other notable positions in our conversations. She shared her journey from geophysicist to CEO to the boardroom and her own experiences as a working mom who also stepped away from the workforce at one point in this. Conversation, she discussed the importance of confidence combined with a willingness to get things done and recounted some of her. Most interesting experiences of parenting while working with leaders on a global stage. The forty three percent is brought to you in part by beta brand, you know, I spend a lot of times sitting at my desk and on calls. Well, I would love to get to the gym every day. It's not always possible for me on the super busy days be able to get up and stretch can make a huge difference in my mood. That's why I'm so excited to let you know about beta brand and their dress, pant yoga pants. I just received my first pair, and I love them. Here's the thing. They're dressy looking enough to pass for traditional dress pants. No one will ever know you're wearing yoga pants, but they're just as comfy as yoga pants. So you can sit all day and feel like you can breathe, but they're also functional noth- that when I do have a second. I can get up and stretch. It's amazing. The dress pant yoga pant is ultra comfy. It's wrinkle resistant, and it has foes Burs pockets front buttons and super cute belt..

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"klaudia" Discussed on Global GoalsCast

Global GoalsCast

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"klaudia" Discussed on Global GoalsCast

"I should tell us about MasterCards index of women enterpreneurs and also thanks to CBS news digital onto Harmon the official sound of global goals gusty. This is the global goals cast the podcasts at asks how we can change the world, I'm eating lush. And I am Klaudia Romo element eighty so great that you were able to talk to any Leonard says, she cool an amazing. I mean, I know her from even before it was working on public hills. When I was working at the world economic firm probably like eighteen twenty years ago. She was already they're like one of the first ever very serious articulated celebrities that was putting her heart and her mouth into the real action, but she also came across as a very humble normal and actually Fenwick human being what was your impression? She came across very human to me as well. She's clearly worked incredibly hard to master talking about sustainable development goals without sucking away the credit from the people who are out there in the field helping to achieve them. I met up with her in the electric club in Notting hill in London. So it set us up in this room above the club. There was a little bit of a buzzing sound from a generator next door, but I figured Simon James whose art sound maestro could do magic and their rid of the buzzing, but she came in. And she looked at me and went I thought you were podcast her this buzzing is gonna give your listeners and me and you migraine, so we've gotta move. We gotta move next to her. So fact, we did move to the next room. She was right buzzing was less and all we went. For well over a decade. Now, I've been very involved in advocacy and activism, first of all it was in connection with HIV aids as it affected, women and girls, and then after a while, I I became really aware that there were so many issues affecting girls and women, particularly in the developing countries, and the roots of all of this came down to globalist empowerment, and so Yvonne aids is one issue people are less aware of it in the western world because they tend to have a different concept of inch IV, but the HIV it's pathetic. That really was it. It's very very worst in the late nineties and early two thousands was affecting women on an unimaginable scale and still is because in Africa, for example aids is one of the leading causes of death for girls and women. Reproductive age. And we don't talk about that. We're not aware of it. And that's partly I suppose makes me so passionately committed to being an advocate is the fact that we just don't know about how girls and women live around the world was over fifteen years ago that you started down this journey, and I believe it was when you met Nelson Mandela sat right? Well, Newson Mandela became very active in advocating and trying to make change with regards to South Africa his country because the Pundak the it's bundled at the time was wiping out over two thousand people on a daily basis, and no one was getting access to treatment. So it was really a dire. Unbelievable sort of he called it a genocide actually. So he founded an organization called four double six six four his issues foundation. And there was. A concert to launch the foundation in November of two thousand three which held in Cape Town, we were invited to perform and because of that I had the possibility to visit healthcare facilities orphanages clinics people's homes where people were affected by and aids. And I saw the Pundak personally and not witnessing of the reality. Hit me so hard that it completely changed the paradigm of my perception as to what poverty looks like what lack of empowerment looks like what each vian aids is about if you can't get access to treatment ever since. Then really? I felt I had to use my platform in some way, become an yeah..

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"klaudia" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"klaudia" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"Can often see trees and strap smoke nearly now in some of the ground vegetation has died back just on the bid more clarity over the framework of designing. And that's kind of to to edit a little bit to either insert more trees, if you prefer Morris hesitated landscape, or if you prefer more open space in the room to see and maybe put up a wonderful Burke feeder and enjoy them in an open clearing on your property that we need time to edit away. Maybe some of the obstruction there. That was something that could be done in the time of year of the kids to the left gardening, right editing. Right. And then other times. Yeah. I think it's a wonderful exercise is to analyze your events. Most beams in the garden to see what you have looming certain time of here, and how you put in ham these events strategically by placing a more of the same of plant in that were more similar collartoo strengthened these teams even more for by kind of breaking this this big task up until smarter goals actions. It's often becomes not more clear and achievable to edit an existing garden will mean to you have to start over and start from scratch. Oh, Thank thank. you. 'cause I'd be up the creek if I had to start over. It's as simple as adding maybe a little bit of ground cover under your on. Apprentice is wraps and your trees. Maybe that's all you garden for tricky part. Of course is how to put the living mulch the ground covering under plantings together. Klaudia Westwood say at least in part to look for inspiration and how nature forms plant communities. What kinds of things knit will with what others, functionally and meadows and on the woodland floor. For example, an interview in two thousand eighteen reminded me of what to keep in mind as we prepare to combine things. It was a chat with Marietto burn a garden signer and Hella breeder from northwest garden nursery in Eugene, Oregon. She calls her mixed plantings tapestries and her recent book is entitled tapestry garden under planting. They can be aggressive, but they have to have an easy route system, for example, lamb him, silver, Nancy of that serve a blow. Well, it spreads fast. But you just missed it up is fits too far. You don't want you can NIST it very easily and be mulch every year with what's called steel plus over the compost. So that's why I mentioned vinca once you have incorrect deep-rooted, you've got it. And and you wanna get rid of it. You never will. So you have to choose a little bit at the beginning. When you start what is the root system of this ground cover? Can I added Ken? I if I don't like it, even take it out. Or is this something that's going to overwhelm me? So that's a thing to start. And then. We start with seasonal ones. Okay. Trillions Trillium in spring. They don't look so good when they go over and you can't just cut him off. But then there other plans like EPA mediums, I highly recommend. Yes. Very drought tolerant and beautiful all season long and even in winter and other ground covers that will hide the going over of the early one as an enemy morose, another favorite all the various colors, blue ping, white even green dutiful in springs, then finished blooming and slowly defollets ties by July is pretty much gone. But there are some kind of dying not so pretty looking leaves at the edges, but I. I just take my hand. Just rip it out a ho then it goes underground. Yes. Risa GMs and waits for next spring. So it's easy or you have the EPA medium grow over it that you've Sean in in early spring or late winter, and then that hides it, or of course, I have big leave Chinese may appeals which ever they're so wonderful in them the pictures films says that and once they start running they eventually when.

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"klaudia" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"klaudia" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"I think one of the core principles often natural road is that plants cover soil, and if the really aired climates there, you would have a lot of desert state of air slower than skips. But I think that plus same principle is extremely powerful in garden setting and it produces much much more with Tina than skates. If we meet nature halfway and Virk around this concept that cloud cover for that nature oppose vacuum. I think that instead of malting this war. -verting with now like they're designed evolutionary terms took will on this planet is beneficial in many, many different ways, it's doesn't only look more inspiring and beautiful to create and planting that many south plans arrange themselves the wild. But it also collide dente habitat for the beautiful wildlife. We our garden, and it it's it's soaks up the lane. We talk about rain gardens or spent gardens lot and the more. I o mass. We can put into all cartons. The more rain gets looked put back into the ground to recharge the app for so I think on many different layers booking with this natural principle is beneficial. And just so fulfilling and slow meeting four guys and designers, so nature doesn't go to the garden center and by bagged mulch. Exactly. I don't know. What is? Almost perverse tradition came from. But I'm hoping that collectively as dig read industry as gardening can live away from that again and feels this business back to put what really belongs in underground back into our scape. Right and had thriving plow. Good news Klaudia emphasizes that the off season. Like right about now is maybe the best time for figuring out. What enhancements would benefit the garden and more. Good news. We probably don't need to rip out everything and start from scratch. Not by any means..

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"klaudia" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"klaudia" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"I'm like that can't feel good. No. Yeah. I'm sure he was very uncomfortable. But so basically, you have your dynamic, which is Tom Cruise loves killing people loves eating them. He's deck in. I can't believe it took you this long to get to there. So basically, Tom Cruise rules. Brad Pitt rules in terms of having fun being vampire, and Brad Pitt's. Like, why do we have to be bad? They throw Heathrow's Tom Cruise around in a fight with very obvious wire work that it looks hilarious where it looks a little bit. Like, he's pushing Tom Cruise on a swing in the middle of dark forest. Okay. Yeah. No, I'm into it. Now, Brad Pitt. We should've mentioned up till this point. He's the hero of the movie. He also owns a plantation in his a slave owner guys. This is kind of a footnote in the movie that really now as I think would be more problematic to that. The that the good guy hero movie owns human beings. And so these people be less sympathetic toward him. I think so and worst if to list dot who at as far as we know is more of an urban cosmopolitan and does not own slaves. Although he seems to have no real issue with it. I guess I'm saying is the there's no scene where they enlist in the civil war to fight on the side of the union is not the opening title sequence to x men origins. Wolverine guys. So Brad Pitt slaves. They realized the truth, and they start doing a bunch of ceremonies movie doesn't has not age, particularly. Well, and Brad Pitt breaks down and kills the one slave that really seemed to like him for him play by Tandy Newton. And I'll be honest ten Newton still seems pretty young is incredible ageless. She's she's a vampire. Okay. Okay. We I guess we have to go killer. Three of us this my guess is my fantasy civility cut to us being found by the police with a dead ten. Guys. Let's explain and I think you're gonna agree. I guess we had to do. The arresting officers berry harried, I'm like, I'm pretty sure is aware. Dan, vans like. Oh, boy to credit in a fit of shame Lescot tells us leaves your free. And then burns his own house down. Louis, right? Louie louie? Not listen. I'm sorry. Louis. Not the first time Louis will burn down a building. But Louis zone house down. And let's start is miffed. He's like all our stuff was in there. Basically what he says he's like we don't have any stuff. Now, they go to what do Orleans now and Louis Louis should kill people. Louise, like, no, I'm just gonna keep eating rats and chickens, and I think the funny thing is eating chicken eating. The blood of chickens is presented as like disgusting. Who would do that? I chicken all the time guys. Look. Yeah. Sausage made of chicken. That's true. But it's the idea of eating chicken isn't crazy. It's I don't think it's for for like it's not like it's offered Nellie. It turns it down who is available. He'd be chomping on that shit. I try it. But so Louis just happens to be at wandering in a neighborhood. That was hit by the plague which I guess was the thing that was just ravaging New Orleans in the late eighteenth early nineteenth century, Dan. Clegg? I've no idea whether this is accurate to life. Also, they're all speaking in English in the city, but it was still a French city of time. Right. Because this is before the Louisiana purchase. But anyway, we don't need to get into that. He finds a little girl whose mom has died any bites the girl then runs off guilty. He's like I shouldn't have tried to feed off that little girl. But let's not is like this is great. I love it. Finally, you're bracing being vampire, you're like getting it, dude. I love your finally getting it. And then he as and then he gives a little girl. Plunge turns into cursing Dunst. That little girl Klaudia or she's she's a little girl vampire now. And he's like, look I wanna give you someone hang out with she's going to be our daughter now. And again, this is an earlier time when things were not as just in civil rights were not as evenly distributed. You were a gay couple. This was the only way you could have a child was to be vampire and turn into a vampire..

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"klaudia" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"klaudia" Discussed on Latino USA

"More than nine, her son held hands and while driving to their temporary Miami home all spot asked if they could stop to buy Spanish lines from guy selling them on the side of the road. It was a small taste of the home that he and his mom had left behind asylum case is still pending. And while she waits to hear, at least she'll be able to be with her son. But not all families have been as fortunate as more than I'm a smart after the deadline passed. The government claimed to ever United all of the separated kids in time, however, of the more than twenty five hundred kids torn away from their parents. The reality is that more than seven hundred children are still in US custody. In an unprecedented move. The US government has deemed these children in eligible for unification. In some cases, they cite parents, criminal records, but lawyers say their definition of criminality is overly broad. In other cases, they say they've lost track of the parents this after deporting them without their children. The new USA producer under this guy takes us into one of those stories. After hearing about cases where parents who had been separated from their kids were already being deported without them, Patrick McDonnell. The bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times in Mexico City decided to get an plane to what they might have. And I knew that the air force base in Guatemala City every day. Several planeloads of deportees were arriving. My thought was, well, if I waited at this air base, I, I might find a parent who had been separated from their children upon their arrests in the states, and then deported. When Patrick arrived to their base, he saw many families waiting outside for their loved ones. He said that morning, at least four planeloads of people had come in. The last of the four planes came through. I, we found a family outside very emotional, very distraught, particularly the the mother. Her name was cloudy on Silas and they told me the story Klaudia was waiting for her husband Ovidio about his modalities who was deported after being detained for crossing into the US illegally with their seven year old daughter, Ashley Klaudia in video had broken up and we're no longer living together, but she still went to the airport to find him in demand answers about their daughter. CPO on this little dumb indices. Agassi indecisive on whether or not to let actually make the trip to the US with their dad. She had heard that families were being separated at the border, but she thought it would just be for a little while and then there'd be reunited. She even made sure to sign a document giving Ovidio full custody of Ashley in case anything went wrong. Then I'll pull us. It does via indefeasibly. She said that was a difficult financial situation at home. She thought Ashley could at least go to a better school. Maybe one day become the doctor. She pretended to be whenever she noticed her mom feeling sick. Don't recall seeing by the Ashley before she left of US with her dad. She told her daughter, she was allowing her to go on the journey, but that she would be taking a piece of mom's heart with her. She told her she wasn't giving her away that she still loves her, but that she simply wanted a better future for her emotional impact of her, seeing her husband kind of walk out of those doors of the airbase without her daughter. I mean, it was really kind of overwhelming for cloudy and she later said, what if I lose my daughter forever as she was hysterical in tears, which was a contrast to her husband was very sullen and withdrawn completely look like a broken man. He kept saying, I never thought they would take my daughter wage..

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"klaudia" Discussed on #Viral with Natalie Alzate

#Viral with Natalie Alzate

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"klaudia" Discussed on #Viral with Natalie Alzate

"And very excited about today's guest today, we have Klaudia sui to lease skis on Oh, my. my. Tough. It's so tough now. I'm like when I have to give my last name anywhere, I just like spell it. I don't even pronounce it like, oh, that's s. u. l. you know when you're like, signing up for things or whatever, but it's fun where where's your background? What's your? I'm one hundred percent polish. Oh polish. Yeah. The s. k. at the end kind of like gives it away by so quiet. I've been watching you for like since you were fetus on YouTube like that, the reality of it. Yes, actually, that one video that you have on your channel, that's like, oh, guys, I'm trying to get my channel back. You recall that one? Yeah, from from that point much and of course, but I love your editing style. I love your sit down like raw chatty videos, some of my favorites, and I was researching you and I was like, wow, this girl has done so much more than just YouTube. She's been acting. She's been hosting and I can just constantly see that you're challenging yourself as a creator, and I wanted to know like, where does that come from? Oh. Yeah. I mean, I think I just I work best in surroundings that challenge me and make me nervous. 'cause that's kind of like me knowing that I care about in the process of it and outcome and everything. And so I guess kind of moving out to Los Angeles that was like my big question was like, what am I going to do outside of you to topping time soon, but I wanna leave everything as an open door. Yeah, so that's why I've been kind of just working on so many different things in different aspects in areas because I mean, why not? You know, you go. I mean, you're young, right? You're young, you're driven. I'm actually also struggling with like wanting to move out here. Telly. I'm from Orlando. I just recently got married, and so it's like that struggle that we're constantly here, but you also have like your family, there's. How is that transition for you moving just do it? Yes. Yeah. You come here and like, this don't leave, it sucks you in. But yeah. So where are you originally from? I'm originally from Chicago blow rains. You really? Yeah, in jail. Who am I God? Yeah. Wow. Yup. I'm park ridge. There you go. Wow, interesting. So yeah, it is..

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Data breach disrupts concert ticketing service Ticketfly

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 3 years ago

Data breach disrupts concert ticketing service Ticketfly

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim Hogg President Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani said Sunday that the president should not testify before special counsel Robert Muller unless it's brief and to the point Giuliani made the comment on ABC's this week. When questioned about fellow Trump warrior, Jay Secolo contradictory remarks about a meeting at Trump Tower, Jay. And I want to keep an open mind and I have to just be honest, I mean with leaning toward not. But look, if they can convince us that would be brief, it'd be so the point there were five or six points they have to clarify. And with that, we can get this over this long nightmare for the for the American public over Giuliani also said Trump has no intention of pertinent himself, but claims. There's nothing in the law that says, he can't g seven finance ministers finished their meeting near Vancouver with a strong rebuke of President. Trump's proposed trade action on steel and aluminum as Craig McCullough reports at sets the stage for what may be a very interesting seven leader summit this week and Quebec. The group of seven leader summit taking place this week at a resort near Quebec City where we President Trump's first official visit to Canada since taking office this past weekend, finance ministers. The group is seven entered their meetings near Vancouver with the statement, condemning the presence tariffs on steel and aluminum. They are voicing unanimous concern and disappointment over the tariffs and calling for decisive action in response US Treasury Secretary. Steven Mnuchin says, the issue will have to be discussed at the leaders summit for NPR news. I'm Craig McCullough convention cover authorities in Guatemala. Now, say at least twenty five people have died. Dozens have been injured in thousands forced from their homes after the eruption of one of the region's most active volcanoes NPR's Carrie Kahn has more the eruption center towering plume of ash and molten rock into the air with smoking Nash covering villages around the volcano located in the south central region of the country. According to officials with Guatemala's disaster agency, four people died. When lava from the volcano set their house on fire to others, reportedly burned to death. Watching the volcano erupt from bridge. This is the fire volcano. Second eruption this year ashes covering large areas, including the tourist town of an Thiga. Roads are closed in the region, and shelters have been opened for thousands of evacuees in all more than one point, seven million people have been impacted Guatemala's international airport had to close due to the ash, which poses a danger to planes Carrie Kahn NPR news concert, ticketing service ticket fly says it system is back online after a data breach leaked users, personal information and disrupted services at live music venues. The company says, stolen information included customers names addresses emails and phone numbers and hasn't disclosed other details about a website that tracks data breaches says the hack affected more than twenty six million user accounts. This is NPR news. In Guatemala. Funeral services were held this weekend for the young migrant woman killed last month by the US border patrol as Maria Martin reports. Hundreds of mourners turned out to pay their respects to twenty year old. Claudia Gomez. The indigenous Maya community of sent one 'hostile Geico was in mourning this weekend. Family and friends came out in solidarity with relatives of the young woman who left less than a month ago seeking her American dream like many other young, what the Marlins she couldn't find work, even though she had a degree in accounting. So to help her family and save for her education can have the Gomez had borrowed money and gone north. Her American dream ended when she was shot by the border patrol near Laredo Texas. Her family says they want the agent who shut Klaudia to pay for his crime. Mourner said glorious step has been a wakeup call of the conditions that force young people to make the dangerous trip north for NPR news. I'm mighty Martin, and I'm thinking what? What? The mullahs in game two of the NBA finals. There wasn't as much drama Sunday night, but Golden State beat Cleveland for a second time winning at one twenty two to one zero. Three. The warriors take a two games to nothing advantage over the Cavaliers heading into game three on Wednesday night at the weekend. Box office solo Star Wars story is losing momentum. Quickly. The space saga ticket sales fell sixty five percent in its second weekend. Deadpool two came in second, the lost at sea drama adrift came in third and avengers. Infinity war was fourth. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington.

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