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"kolesnikova" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

07:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"A in belarus. Two of the country's top pro democracy politicians have begun serving prison sentences. For trying to end the dictatorship of president alexander lukashenko maria kolesnikova and maximes knock had helped lead the opposition in belarus. Twenty twenty election. They were detained in a security sweep midst. The protests that followed president lukashenko's contested. Win yesterday. A court found him guilty of creating an extremist organization and of calling for actions that would have damaged state security. Ms kolesnikova was sentenced to eleven years behind bars. Misters knock was sentenced to ten. Tatyana komitch is maria kolesnikova's sister. We reached her in warsaw poland. Tatsiana i can imagine that it's very difficult to see this happen to your sister Do you have any idea how she's doing. So i so some video from from the trial before the sentence was announced she again she was dancing. She was smiling chivas making her hearts with our hands even hands in handcuffs. She was really positive in a good mood. And wilson discussed Our father Maximes not miss lawyers that actually they. Both of them were Strong when they Terms eleven and ten years accordingly like like nothing change change on their faces. They were really really strong. You mentioned how this extraordinary scene in the courtroom where she's she's dancing. She's laughing smiling. She's holding up per kind of a trademark of hers which is to form her hands into a heart shape even wearing these handcuffs. And so that's the face she is put on for the world. What you think is going on in in for her personally. Do you think she is. She's strong enough to face. The seeds eleven years at now she faces. I think gone in such creation Will be in a different way. Yes and maria real real. She's my oldest sister And these situation this sentence this term this accusation not break her force. Yes had power and of course. The shin descended Years but from my point of you. I don't believe among sure that she will not spend twelve years in prison Because of the situation and how changed. Yes that's why she so strong to this trial that we don't know what happened. It was held in secret belorussian. Authorities said it had to be for security reasons but it meant that. We don't know what charges if there were charges. What evidence was against both your sister and against maximes neck. Do you have any idea what happened in that courtroom so we had some small piece of information about it yes like from some small comments also from accusation of the general prosecutor orchestra maxims. Not commended. it's like a scenery of some a blockbuster blow from blockbuster. Yes but real people. Unfortunately so they accused of being an extra museum and said that okay so if they recognize maria maxime like extremists that everyone who joined combination console should be an extra released in the same way and the regarding accusation spiracy saved also like any people who just seemed about some making some activities political activities in and just speak about not being agreed sir current shortages each such person also making an crazy can stop conspiracy so this shows the level of these accusation and accusing your sister of being an extremist. At just. this is a woman who i understand. She was in belarus's philharmonic orchestra. She was a fluke player. Now she is this symbol of the democracy movement in the country. What how and. Why did she get involved in this. These demonstrations and become the symbol. That she is today so he'll be in two thousand. Nineteen wasn't by to our director of one of cultural hub and she worked recipes victim Actually and it's then in many twenty twenty Decided to be condensed a candidates for presidential elections and he marine. Whether she will join his team she agreed. So that is how the rate politics. Maria and adjust octa. South of presidential campaign in twenty twenty victims. Breaker was arrested. And maria spoke on behalf of a his team on on behalf of him and maximes not also a maria supported unity oscar. Also yes because We had to unite our forces. Yeah and marine became and maxime also. They became very well known in belarus for these and as well as non no one knew them before and to donald. Let the country Typical also leads the country from these women trio. Yes and reluctant to contrast Should be not Were on the streets and she was there and of course a great boost of credibility but she was just mentioned some of the other leaders who left the country and what was so was so well known about your sister in belarus is that she didn't go did she. She ripped up her passport to stop the authorities from actually Forcing her out of the country following that election and she could have left. She could have gone to poland where you are now. So why do you think she stayed. Why was it so important to her to face this and to now face this sentence yeah of course a lot of people ask the question like why don't you be said i think because they're all my friends in daily taint will stay in the country. I will fight the end and yet it's true. She she was brought to the boorda Tore up And she just the ran out sir of the car and she said in went to the belarussian border she said. I will not go anywhere and of course wants to boston reaped. They cannot do anything so they do. Ten have and of course the like should understand that she knew that once they cannot move out of the country. Should be detained in you. That this to beth but she decided to take further. You have a very strong very courageous sister. I appreciate hearing about her today. And speaking with you thank you thank you very much. Thank you terziano. Whom each is the sister of the belarussian opposition politician maria kolesnikova. We restore in warsaw poland. Yesterday a court in belarus sentenced ms kolesnikova to eleven years in prison. For.

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Belarus Opposition Leader Sentenced to 11 Years in Prison

NPR News Now

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Belarus Opposition Leader Sentenced to 11 Years in Prison

"A court in belarus has sentenced one of the country's most prominent opposition activists to eleven years in prison on the grounds of trying to overthrow the state. Npr's charles means has details from moscow. In a video posted from the courtroom in minsk maria kolesnikova could be seen making a heart shape symbol with their hands and smiling while wearing handcuffs. Thirty nine year old professional flute player kolesnikova was among the trio of women who led opposition movement against longtime strongman alexander lukashenka during presidential elections last year when lukashenko claimed a landslide victory despite evidence of vote-rigging hundreds of thousands took to the streets to demand an end to his rule yet lukashenka has held on thanks to a government. Crackdown that scene. Over thirty thousand arrests kolesnik of was one of the few opposition figures who refused to flee abroad. Charles means npr news. Moscow

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on NPR News Now

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03:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on NPR News Now

"America dot org live from npr news. I'm barbara klein. New orleans is showing more signs of re-emerging from hurricane. Ida's destruction mayor. Latoya cantrell says progress is being made every day including this holiday weekend employees here of the city and all these departments and agencies that i mentioned are putting the capital ale in labor day. The mayor says as of this morning sixty six percent of energy customers have had their power restored. And that's expected to expand seventy percent by the end of the day but they're still a lack of safe drinking water and gasoline is largely unavailable. There's now a wait for high level. Life support in the south as hospitals treat record numbers of covert nineteen patients. Blake farmer of member station. Wpn in nashville reports. Doctors are making some difficult decisions about who takes priority ecm. oh is increasingly used when a ventilator isn't doing enough for a covert patient instead the patient's blood is pumped out a hole in their neck and oxygenated outside the body with the ecm machine but only major medical centers provide this kind of therapy and their full. Dr brett campbell overseas critical. Care at an ascension hospital in nashville. So if somebody needs echo for cova did you know. There's there's not a spot right now. something has to open up. Patients often stay on ecm. Oh for a month or more and the survival rate is only about fifty percent. Campbell says the shortages and a lack of machines but heather experienced nurses needed to monitor these patients round the clock for npr news. I'm blake farmer in nashville a top. Us official confirms that the government has helped an american citizen and family members flee afghantistan. Few details are being released. Only that they escaped overland to a neighboring country. In the meantime several hundred people are stuck at an airport in northern afghanistan waiting to board charter planes to qatar. Npr's jackie northam reports efforts to clear their departure involve qatar the taliban and the us the chartered aircraft have been sitting on the tarmac in mazari sharif for several days while details about departure are being worked out among those waiting to leave our aid groups journalists and women at risk. It's unclear if there are any american citizens among those waiting. The taliban reportedly preventing aircraft from leaving until qatar gives the go-ahead analysts. Say qatar is hesitant to allow charter. Planes loaded with passengers. Who don't have the proper paperwork or screening. People stuck in afghanistan started looking to airports like mazari sharif to get out of the country after the kabul airport closed it's now open again for domestic flights albeit with no radar system jackie north. Npr news islamabad. This is npr. Millions of people are losing pandemic unemployment assistance today as three federal emergency programs expire that includes an additional three hundred dollars in weekly payments. A court in belarus has sentenced one of the country's most prominent opposition activists to eleven years in prison on the grounds of trying to overthrow the state. Npr's charles means has details from moscow. In a video posted from the courtroom in minsk maria kolesnikova could be seen making a heart shape symbol with their hands.

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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09:06 min | 2 weeks ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thought. Well, is there an opportunity to diversify? I think the potential is is unlimited. Big and influential organizations are now starting to take notice. Paul Dobbins of the Global Conservation Group WWF says they've invested in seaweed because it could offer many benefits, perhaps to displace. Some of the the animal feed that we currently grow on land so that that land can be used to growth food for humans to potentially Replace some of the materials used in packages so that we don't have to use as many petroleum based packaging materials see reproduces protein, and it's the lowest input. Producer of protein at this early stage, it is impossible to know if seaweed will take off as a major industry in the UK, but Charlie Babington of Oceania Me a new company, which will process the sky farms help. Is optimistic, comparing seaweed to one of the country's biggest food exports. It's not a stretch of the imagination to think that seaweed would surpass salmon in terms of volume. And quite quickly, with even quite a small part of the UK coastal water is used and could grow to surpass salmon in terms of value as well. Strong, extraordinary. And Charlie Babington there of seaweed processing firm Ocean Ocean, um, ending that report from James Shaw. This is news from the BBC World Service. I'm Razia Iqbal. Let's turn now to Belarus, where the authorities continue to crack down on opposition. But as well here, it's hard to crush the spirit of those who continue to challenge it. Today. Two of the main opposition leader still inside Belarus, Maria Kolesnikova and Maxim Snack were convicted of extremism and plotting to seize power. A court in Minsk sentenced them to 11 and 10 years respectively. Both Have denied the charges. Let's hear now from Tatiana Comet who is the sister of Maria Callas. Neykova. She spoke to us from Warsaw. Of course, I didn't have any illusions that the term will be like short or The court trial will decide that they're not guilty because current situation in Belarus and that hundreds of innocent people I'm prisons and they got very, very big terms of detention. And Maria and Maxim a. Some of the most prominent leaders, most prominent activists, imbalance who appeared yesterday last year. Of course, it's a residential for me as a sister. Maria. Um I know that that totally innocent All they did. The whole, they said was public. All the intentions were just peaceful. Yes, and to make everything in the way according to a law and I also understand that they do not spend these years in prison. And I, I hope And I'm sure that it will the situation Belarus will change. So when you say that you don't think that they will spend all that time in prison? What do you mean by that? Because you think that the politics in the country Will change and they will be released. Is that what you mean? Last year showed us that people in Belarus expect changes. Yes, they need changes within authorities to people who live the country and this current the soldiers representatives. They do not correspond to people beliefs the people intentions to people. Already the old fashioned. Yes, they do not understand it yet, but people went further. Yeah, and such people as Maria Maxim as Victor Baba, Rika and many others. New politicians who appeared So they deserve to lead these changes. It sounds as though you are you are pretty hopeful. I wonder whether you have had a chance to speak with your sister. Might you have the chance to speak with her? No, no, I don't have possibility to talk with her on the phone. For example, our father who is in Minsk, he doesn't have possibility to meet her in the prison. Despite the fact that he asked for this meeting for many times, and every time she refused to do that. He arrived today outside the court with flowers for her and wasn't allowed. Inside. How how do you think he has been coping with this? You've talked a little about About your feelings as a family. It just describe for me the difficulties that you have had to endure. Of course it's difficult. Yes to cope with that. And especially for our father was one of his daughter is detained and in prison and he knew that she could be sentenced to up to 12 years and his second daughter. We had to leave the country or because we understand that there can be some Pressure on Maria using relatives and now I think what helped me and help our father is to speak about this situation as much as possible. So all the father is on the ground, and he mixed with journalist he speak about what is happening with Maria how he's rice as a Relative for political prisoners, how they are ruined his speak about a lot when she appeared to wait for the sentencing. She was obviously in the cage that she has been appearing in during the trial. But she was smiling and she made the gesture with her two hands of heart. Is that typical of her that she is somebody who can behave in that way in the face of Of such difficulty. Yes, it's it's really typical for her. Marcia is very strong person. And she was like that all the time, and she's very She's really positive. I know and remember her, um, behaving like this all her life and all my life because she's and if his older sister And I wasn't surprised. And of course, it was like a months ago when the trial started, and of course, it was like Marie Stressful Day and I was waiting for there's some materials. Some video will appear from the quarter of this borders to see her. And when I saw her, I was like so impressed the cheese positive. She's smiling. It's like it's so great, yes, and understood that she's very strong. She's She's so cool. A I love you so much. Of course I missed has so much. But even after a year in the prison, facing all this pressure on her after being kidnapped the streets and They wanted to force out of the country. And even after that she is so positive and so strong. It does feel as though what she is doing. How she presents herself is Way of resisting the authorities that there is There are no more protests in Belarus, not because people don't want to, but because they are frightened. There are still many thousands of people inside Belarus jails. I wonder what you think about? Where the resistance movement might be going. Is there in your view, a resistance movement inside Belarus? So, of course, people are very frightened. Um, in Belarus is to show at least any activity. Um publicly, and I think that The role of this mass protests on the streets. Uh, already, like ended? Yes. And now, uh, Belarusan people has never been solved. In such solidarity between each other bluestem lower doesn't work in Belarus, Maria Maxim and other more than 600 of political prisoners. It's not acceptable in the modern democratic world. That was Tatiana Comic the sister of Maria Callas Neykova, who was sentenced today to go to our website and read an excellent piece by our correspondent Sarah Rainsford. Who of course has been following this story, Uh From Moscow. BBC dot com Forward slash news and she has been denied her visa, therefore no longer in Moscow, BBC dot com FORWARD slash news Return in part to our coverage of Afghanistan..

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:19 min | 2 weeks ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on WBUR

"Main opposition leaders in Belarus, Maria Kolesnikova and Maxim snuck have been convicted of extremism and plotting to seize power. The court sentenced them respectively to 11 and 10 years in jail. Miss Kallias Neykova backed the opposition leader Svetlana Tikhonov, skier in last year's disputed presidential election and ledge huge protests against President Alexander Lukashenko. Sarah Rainsford has more details. Maria Callas, nickel and and Maxim snack are on trial because they stayed in the country. Many other key figures from the opposition and indeed people who simply took part in the process. Have had to flee the country to avoid getting arrested and ending up in the same predicament. So you may remember Maria Cholestin go in particular, the authorities tried to deport him forcibly from the country. They drove her to the border. They threatened her. She says that they said that they'd get out dead or alive. But instead, she ripped up her passport, jumped out of the car window and ended up getting arrested and charged with plotting to seize power. The Taliban say they've saved Afghanistan's Panjshir province, where they've been battling resistance fighters for days, finally consolidating their control of the whole country. Photographs have a period of Taliban fighters, apparently in the provincial capital. But local residents, resistance fighters say they're still holding out Secunda Kamani reports from Kabul to the north of Kabul has long been a bastion of anti Taliban sentiment. Former government soldiers had banded together there with militia fighters under the leadership of amid Massoud, son of the legendary anti Taliban figure and umbrella solid The country's former vice president. Their chances of holding out against the Taliban always looked slim. Negotiations between the two sides had taken place, but no agreement had been reached. The Taliban also said the new government would be established imminently. It's been more than three weeks since the group took over Kabul and they're yet to announce how exactly they plan to rule the country. Relatives of the 290 people killed in a missile attack on a Malaysian airliner have been telling a court in the Netherlands about their suffering. Judges in Skip all have set aside three weeks of the murder trial to hear from the families. Among the first to speak was Vanessa Fits, who lost her parents July 17 2014 and turned.

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on CFR On the Record

CFR On the Record

02:55 min | 2 months ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on CFR On the Record

"Question please. We'll take the next question from jane's gilmore. Thank you well batum. I the immediate past ambassador to the ose in vienna and mick with you at the polish embassy This past year. And i congratulate you. And i hope that you stay safe in this situation mike. My question is what is your assessment of. The people of belarus have they given up and reside themselves to living under the dictatorship and very quickly. What is the fate of berea classic kolesnikova and your husband this point. Thank you in all those people who are behind the boss now. They didn't betray the values. They are so strong. They sent us very strong lettuce. Where they say the worst of support for those who are continuing to hide and this is remarkable. Remarkable a okay this is people in bill rescinded. Stand that we are responsible for those who sacrificed with. They lives with the freedom we they have just to give us a paternity to fight for the mighty is very supportive. She's is a Sent messages and we know the widespread. This message is everywhere. Get out his his so-called trial in prison when no relatives no journalist out allowed because is so afraid of those strewn people who are behind the bus but they continue they fight the absolutely innocent and they still strong in a a leaving behind the bus says about the few futura about our fights. We have to be strong know. They're so in 'rational memorization 'rational and it's head we have we can't communicate with those people directly on the throw away on but we feel them. We are fighting. Full also speak often view. Have communication with your husband is through the attorneys cited. I understand but as many times as Visits him and just become the kid through the lawyer and more we can send on very simple messages. Like how are you how children how parents and so on because we understood that all their decisions between lawyer and the prison they held even they shouldn't have to so we can't Contin sense like sensitive messages to travel long we have the next question please.

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Jill Biden helps honor women from 15 countries for courage

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00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Jill Biden helps honor women from 15 countries for courage

"First lady. Joe biden was on hand at the state department for the annual women of courage who was a bit different this year with the recipients attending virtually. Here's npr's michelle kellerman first lady. Joe biden is vowing to be bold telling the fourteen honorees this year quote. Your fight is our fight. The us ambassador to the un linda thomas greenfield says the department is also honoring seven afghan women who were assassinated in the past year. The violence is meant to silence and we cannot allow that to happen. We must address it head on must ensure that their voices continue to be heard. The activists from belarus maria kolesnikova couldn't attend because she's in prison. The state department hasn't been able to reach the human rights lawyer from china in the past couple of days

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on UN News

UN News

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. U. N member states gathered in person in Geneva on Monday for a new session of the human rights. Council it's work began with a decision to hold an urgent debate on the situation in Belarus leading the request the European Union delegation highlighted what it called a steep deterioration of the human rights situation in the country before and after the disputed presidential election in August the development follows condemnation of violence against demonstrators in Belarus since the August presidential election by you and rights chief Michelle Bachelet over the weekend UN secretary. General. Antonio Guterres also expressed concern about the use of force against peaceful. Protesters and detentions. The delegation for Belarus rejected the proposed debate citing outside interference. Here's at Germany's ambassador Mikail von ongoing. Sternberg. Representing the European Union the enforced disappearances force abductions and expulsions and arbitrary detentions continue to take place every day in Belarus in past days, we have witnessed a further escalation of violence and intimidation against members of the Coordination Council and other representatives of civil society. The opposition leader Maria Kolesnikova was abducted and journalists lost their accurately -tations. Therefore, the situation on the ground clearly warrants an urgent debate the Human Rights Council should not stay silent on this matter after a successful vote, it was decided to hold the urgent debate this. Restrictions on media freedom by state security officials have increased sharply in two thousand and twenty. The UN agency UNESCO said on Monday between January and June this year. The UN Educational. Scientific and Cultural Organization. Highlighted twenty one protests around the world with the exercise of press freedom has been violated. Journalists have been attacked arrested and even said in a new report in some protests up to five hundred separate violations took place. The agency said citing the committee for the protection of journalists during protests linked to the black lives. Matter Movement violence included the use of rubber bullets and pepper balls blinding several journalists. UNESCO's findings point to a wider upward trend in the use of unlawful force by police. And security forces over the last five years it said with more than thirty protests impeded by police and security forces. Last year double, the number in two thousand fifteen assistance has been stepped up to asylum-seekers on Lesbos Island in. Greece. After they were left homeless by fires at the large and overcrowded center where they'd been living the UN refugee agency UNHCR settled Monday. that it had pitched hundreds of tents on the island to provide emergency shelter to two, thousand, two, hundred people a fraction of those left homeless by fires at Maurya Camp some twelve thousand people including thousands of children had been sheltering there until a series of fires beginning last Tuesday devastated shelters and common areas. The majority have been forced to sleep out in the. Open on roads, car parks and on beaches while they wait for aid the UN agency has been offering support to the authorities and bringing in Coralie vitamins for six thousand people unless Voss in a statement UNHCR noted that these situations showed the need to alleviate building improve security infrastructure and services in all five reception centres on the Greek islands Daniel Johnson UN news..

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Belarus concerns lead opening session of Human Rights Council

UN News

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Belarus concerns lead opening session of Human Rights Council

"U. N member states gathered in person in Geneva on Monday for a new session of the human rights. Council it's work began with a decision to hold an urgent debate on the situation in Belarus leading the request the European Union delegation highlighted what it called a steep deterioration of the human rights situation in the country before and after the disputed presidential election in August the development follows condemnation of violence against demonstrators in Belarus since the August presidential election by you and rights chief Michelle Bachelet over the weekend UN secretary. General. Antonio Guterres also expressed concern about the use of force against peaceful. Protesters and detentions. The delegation for Belarus rejected the proposed debate citing outside interference. Here's at Germany's ambassador Mikail von ongoing. Sternberg. Representing the European Union the enforced disappearances force abductions and expulsions and arbitrary detentions continue to take place every day in Belarus in past days, we have witnessed a further escalation of violence and intimidation against members of the Coordination Council and other representatives of civil society. The opposition leader Maria Kolesnikova was abducted and journalists lost their accurately -tations. Therefore, the situation on the ground clearly warrants an urgent debate the Human Rights Council should not stay silent on this matter after a successful vote, it was decided to hold the urgent debate this.

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on NPR News Now

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04:38 min | 1 year ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston Attorney General William. Bar is defending the Justice Department's decision to take over the defensive of president trump in a defamation lawsuit brought by writer e Gene Carol Speaking in Chicago today bar called the move a normal application of the law. Is Clear. It is done frequently and The little tempest that's going on is largely because. Of the bizarre political environment, which we live Carol has accused president trump of sexually assaulting her in the nineteen nineties. She sued him in New York State Court after the president said, he didn't know her that she was lying attorneys trump argue that he's protected because he made those remarks while serving as president giving him cover under nineteen eighty-eight law. The presidential candidates are taking their campaigns on the road. This week president trump was in North Carolina yesterday and will visit. Michigan tomorrow NPR's odds. Mahala reports his Democratic rival. Joe. Biden is traveling to Michigan today to tout his plan to bolster manufacturing in the US. It's Joe Biden's first trip to Michigan. In months. He last visited this key midwestern battleground state ahead of the Democratic primaries in March Democrats lost the State of Michigan in two thousand sixteen by less than eleven thousand votes. Michigan is a crucial state for them this year and Biden we'll be in Warren today, which is in one of those counties that swung from voting for President Obama to then going for president. Trump. But intends to focus on manufacturing and his plans to ensure products are made in America. It's a state that has chosen a Republican for President, in nearly fifty years but Democrats only narrowly wanted in two thousand, sixteen, a small college, NPR news late stage clinical trials for a promising corona virus vaccine developed by Astra Zeneca and Oxford University are now on hold after one of the participants fell ill NPR's Frank Langfitt reports from London AstraZeneca says, the pauses routine and comes after an unexplained illness. The vaccine is received global attention and is seen as a leading contender among the dozens and development across the globe. The trial involves about. Thirty thousand people in the US as well as in Brazil the UK and South Africa new. York Times reports that a volunteer in the UK contracted transfers my lightest which causes inflammation and affects the spine AstraZeneca's Zeneca is investigating the illness to see if it's connected to the vaccine or unrelated if it turns out to be coincidental, the trial could resume soon frank. LANGFITT NPR news London stocks are trading higher on Wall Street at this hour, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is up five, hundred, ninety, two points the S&P five hundred also trading higher up eighty four, the Nasdaq up. Three hundred, fifty, four points. This is NPR news. The top American general in Iraq. Says the US is taking steps to withdraw troops from the country. The Pentagon says troop deployment will be reduced this month from fifty two, hundred to three thousand. The government says the move is in response to improvements made by Iraqi security forces. In Belarus, another member of the country's position has been detained masters sealants. It's the latest in a series of disappearances of government opponents as Charles means reports from Moscow according to eyewitnesses video opposition leader maximes knock was detained Wednesday morning in. Minsk. Masked men in street clothes his whereabouts still unknown knocks detention follows a similar abduction on Monday of Maria Kolesnik of a one of the leaders of protests against longtime President Alexander Lukashenko, following a disputed August ninth election in an attempt to tamp down a popular uprising because Schenker's security forces have either. been detaining or forcibly deporting his political opponents efforts to make Kolesnikova leave the country were thwarted on Tuesday however when she reportedly ripped up round passport at the crane border preventing or transfer, she currently remains in custody in Belarus. For NPR news I'm Charles means in Moscow the capital of Indonesia is preparing to reinstate wide-scale coronavirus restrictions amid fresh outbreaks of covid nineteen. The governor of Jakarta says, hospital emergency rooms are close to capacity. The restrictions are expected to be implemented in stages starting on Monday people in non essential jobs must work from home. This is NPR news in Washington..

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live, from NPR news. I'm Janine herbst president trump is expected to announce another draw down troops from Iraq today, and here's Snyder has more word of the announcement. The president is planning to make came from a senior administration official who talked with reporters aboard Air Force One following the president's campaign rally in Winston Salem North Carolina another announcement is expected in the days ahead about a troop reduction from Afghanistan. The, US currently has more than five thousand troops, Indie Rock, some eight, thousand, six, hundred are in Afghanistan. A firm number of troops to be withdrawn is not yet clear but the president has long promised and what he is called the country's endless wars. The expected announcements come as the president is facing sharp criticism stemming from reports alleging that he has made disparaging remarks about Americans who died in war. Giles Snyder NPR news a major drug trial from one company making a Covid nineteen vaccine is now on hold after one volunteer became ill. Astra. ZENECA along with Oxford University says it's pausing. It's trials for Safety Review Dr Paul Audit. Director of the Vaccine Education Center Children's Hospital in Philadelphia says it's not unusual. It's not common, but it's certainly not unheard of it does happen when presumably someone had a serious adverse events. Soon, after receiving the vaccine and then the company just stops takes a much closer look at that particular case to try and answer the question was this a coincidental association or was it a Causal Association speaking there to N. P. R.'s morning edition. The experimental vaccine is being studied in thousands of patients around the world. The illness apparently occurred in a UK volunteer, but the company hasn't revealed the nature of the illness. In California more than two dozen major fires burning around the state amid hot and very dry conditions or the three hundred people trapped in the Sierra national forest outside Fresno rescued in recent days from the creek fire by the national. Calif-. California National Guard helicopters. NPR's here's Eric Westervelt has more California's already set a record with more than two point three, million acres burned, and the toughest part of wildfire season is only just starting the forest. Service's Steve Lore says, firefighting resources are stretched thin and dangerously erratic blazes are popping up almost daily were seeing a fire behavior that we've not seen. These fires are moving quickly intense. And are really really a significant threat to the public and our firefighters because of that threat, the Forest Service is temporarily closed eight national forests in the southern part of the state and has shuttered all campground and day use areas in national forests across California, Eric Westervelt NPR news. Futures contracts are trading higher at this hour the Dow futures contract up about seven tenths of a percent. Nasdaq futures are up one and a half percent S. and P. Five, hundred up nearly one percent. This is NPR. In Belarus another member of the opposition has been detained by masked assailants. It's the latest in a series of disappearances of government opponents as Charles Maine's reports from Moscow according to eyewitnesses video opposition leader maximes knock was detained Wednesday morning in Minsk by masked men in street clothes. His whereabouts still unknown knocks detention follows a similar abduction on Monday of Maria Kolesnikova one of the leaders of protests against. Longtime President Alexander Lukashenko following disputed August ninth election in an attempt to tamp down a popular uprising because security forces have either been detaining or forcibly deporting is political opponents efforts to make Kolesnikova leave the country were thwarted on Tuesday. However when she reportedly ripped up around passport at the crane border preventing or transfer, she currently remains in custody in Belarus for NPR news I'm Charles means in Moscow. In Afghanistan, the country's interior ministry says, at least ten people are dead several injured in a bombing that officials say targeted the country's first vice president, Amrullah Saleh, who suffered minor burns the bomb went off as his convoy was passing through a section of Kabul and the blast set off set several shops on fire so far no one has claimed responsibility. griddle appraises are trading higher although pulling off earlier highs up about one point eight percent right now that's a gain of sixty, six cents at thirty seven dollars forty two cents a barrel US futures. Contracts are trading higher Nasdaq futures are up one point four percent I'm Janine Herbst, and you're listening to NPR news..

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on KTOK

"Hillary Barsky The Fox News as protests over its election, Continua Belarusan activists resists an effort to deport her to Ukraine. The crackdown in Belarus continues. Another leading opposition activists is now held by authorities. Maria Kolesnikova was seized by officials driven to the Belarus Ukraine border and reportedly, authorities tried to deport her. I wanna count. She then ripped up her passport, making that not possible protests against longtime Belarussian strongman Alexander Lukashenko and an election they claimed was rigged to continue. 100,000 again took to the streets over the weekend over 600 were arrested. Activists are demanding the president step down. So far, there's no sign of that. In London, Greg Palkot Fox knew two days after a federal judge ordered the Census Bureau to stop winding down operations. The agency says it will not lay off some census takers, and it's restoring some quality control steps. But it says it will still terminate workers if there are performance concerns. A coalition of cities, counties and civil rights groups had sued the Census Bureau, demanding it restore its plan to finish the senses at the end of October, instead of a revised plan that would shut it down at the end of this month. I'm Lee Scylla. Sarah and this is Fox News. That strong front now pushing through the Metro temperature's dropping off quickly the next several hours and by 10 o'clock ranging from the loading mid fifties. After all those pizza nights around the TV epic board, game winds and sippy cup spills your carpet is holding on to more than just memories. I really.

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Hillary Barsky Fox News as protests over its election, Continua Belarusan activists resists an effort to deport her to Ukraine. The crackdown on Belarus continues. Another leading opposition activists is now held by authorities. Maria Kolesnikova was seized by officials driven to the Belarus Ukraine border and reportedly authorities trying to deport her by one account. She then ripped up her passport, making that not possible. Protest against longtime Belarussian strongman Alexander Lukashenko and an election they claim was rigged. Continued 100,000 again took to the streets over the weekend over 600 were arrested. Activists are demanding the president step down. So far, there's no sign of that. In London. Greg Palkot Fox News two days after a federal judge ordered the Census Bureau to stop winding down operations, the agency says it will not lay off some census takers and it's restoring some quality control steps. But it says it will still terminate workers if there are performance concerns. A coalition of cities, counties and civil rights groups had sued the Census Bureau. Amanda get restore its plan to finish the senses at the end of October instead of a revised plan that would shut it down at the end of this month. I'm Lee Scylla, Sarah and this is Fox News. Here's your flag forecast. Look for clear skies here across the region tonight with there is a frost developing late and aloe right around 32 as we get into your Wednesday well, standard plenty of blue skies and sunshine. I stop all friend around 59 degrees with ample sunshine on tap for you Thursday and high temperature near 68. Finally, for Friday agents showers with behind your 70. That's a look of your flag. Three day forecast. I'm whether ology meteorologist Derek Tallman currently it's 45. Is it hard for you to put food on the table? Are you feeling overwhelmed and alone? Are you or someone you love thinking about suicide? These feelings. Don't come with an instruction manual. You don't have to struggle alone..

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Belarusian protest leader detained while trying to leave country

All Things Considered

03:37 min | 1 year ago

Belarusian protest leader detained while trying to leave country

"Authorities say they have arrested in opposition leader on the country's border with Ukraine. But Maria Kalashnikov, US supporters say the government was trying to forcibly deport her and silence. Another critic of President Alexander Lukashenko. Kolesnikova was reportedly first picked up on the streets of Minsk on Monday by plainclothes police. She's been helping lead massive protests in Belarus since last month when President Lukashenko won a disputed reelection. He's been president of the country for more than a quarter century. For more on this arrest and what it means for Lukashenko's control. We're joined now by Hana Ahora. She's director of United Mass. Media and Association representing newspapers and new sites in Belarus. Welcome Hello. It's a pleasure to meet you today. Well, it's a pleasure to have you so there are two stories about what happened at the border. Do we know whether Kolesnikova was fleeing? As the government says she is or Was the government just trying to remove her from the country as faras. We know Maria didn't want to leave the country at all. So she was forced to go to the border, but then on the border, she just tore her passport in the small pieces, and she didn't refused to go to Ukraine. So as far as you know, Maria is still in Belarus, but nobody knows for sure. Where exactly Okay, Well, these protests have been going on for a month now. Lukashenko's government has rounded up thousands of demonstrators and recently it's tried targeting opposition leaders. How is that tactic working so far? Every step off the brutal detention or any kind of violence toward citizens is making our protests bigger and wider, say, still continuing to ask for the very simple things to have new friend for elections and to stop the brutality and violence on the means can belittle since treats and, of course to release the prisoners. So people are not going to stop it right now, despite on old effects for authorities actions Well, as we've said, Luca Shango has managed to hold on to power for quite some time for 26 years. He controls the media, the army, the economy, the secret police. Do people in Belarus genuinely believe that they can displace him with peaceful marches. It's a very heart and the good question. People still want to keep practiced peaceful. They don't see any other solution. Right now. They want to demonstrate that their wide majority so Unfortunately, we don't have any other tools to change situation from it from inside. Do you feel like you are living in a democracy? Unquestioned, cannot hear living not in democracy at all. It's like Like were occupied by military forces, and all the craziness is going on Every single Dave and people from different profession. Occupations are just detained. Arrested being at home. You don't feel any Anything safe here, So it's a lot of fear in society. But we understand that it's very difficult to stop. If you will stop you lose everything and all the victims will be for nothing.

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"So kind of riding alignment I think is the way I would analyze it and that the protests in the street, the pro democracy protests are just erupting. And continually. So are are forging them together and that's the regional You know that's the real worry in the region about what would this mean? What would it mean if Russia starts to really? get into Belarus they don't necessarily have to ground invasion could take it over through a sort of kinship. With the authoritarian government there you don't one of the great parts of this story which I was unaware of I I knew that the leader. Of the opposition was a woman who was in exile I think in Lithuania but I didn't notice over the weekend that essentially there are three women who are leading the charge two of whom are out of the country now, and this third woman Kolesnikova I think is how you pronounce it linen who won't leave right young women has been kidnapped by some Lukashenko forces. Is that what? Is the likely scenario here Charlie. Apparently taken right off the street. It's it's the most horrifying image if you read the Guardians Coverage of how she was just literally snatched off the streets. While people were watching you happen. Please don't ask me to pronounce her name I did the best but we know who we're talking about cleft Cova Maria Kolesnikova is this very strong opposition figure I think I got that pronunciation right? If I didn't forgive me but I I think the the key here is yes. Powerful voices of opposition many of them women all of them right now under. Under intense scrutiny and fear they live in fear that they're going to get picked up and this is This is there's no secret why they're doing this in public. It's to send a message to these protesters that you're going to end up in prison if you do this. I love this photograph that the Guardian. Describe it. Is. Beautiful. Go. Ahead. Just the symbols of these three, these three women at a at a press conference displaying these signature gestures, they have a peace sign power sign at heart. The three of them lined up he's like sort of. I don't know just just strong women with great courage being part of the leadership of this movement, and it really makes you feel just how genuine it is and how serious it is and how much courage they have to be really truly putting their lives on the line in a pro-democracy display and I can't help but wonder like. Where's our government? Where's the White House on putting this movement in the street? Why are we so timid when it comes to Putin and Russia why aren't we more strident? Behind this democracy movement isn't that what we believe in free and Fair Elections I. Think. I. Hope. that. You mentioned before about the the journalists being thrown out in the state TV is so forth and that includes of course. From these stores in Washington Post International Journalists Reuters BBC and stuff..

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on KOMO

"Mariners, who won their sixth in a row yesterday number 11 in 14 games, and they took a four game series from the Rangers. The playoffs. Some people talking about it because they're only two games out of the eighth and final spot with manager Scott Services. It's a bit premature. I said it the other day. You got to get the 500, you know, and we're not there yet. And We're just learning about ourselves every day out there. You know good things bad things some things in the middle. How do you make adjustments? You know, we're going on the road playing two teams. We know very little about. You haven't seen the Giants at all. We don't know much about the Diamondbacks. This would be a big big challenge for us Have serious starts tonight. That road trip started out in San Francisco, the first of two against the Giants Seahawks, with the players given the day off today, but get back to work tomorrow, their season opener coming up Sunday in Atlanta. An MBA playoffs tonight. Miami tries to close out their Eastern Conference semifinal against Milwaukee. The Heat lead the top seeded box three games to one in the West Game three between the Lakers in Houston. That series tied at a game each, which exports attended 40 past each hour. Traffic and weather straight ahead come on, whose time 11 11, the European Union preparing for possible covert vaccine distribution beginning this winter. These are your world Headlines from ABC News European Commission deputy director General Sandra Galina Off the end of this year, I would tend to say December we will have the first doses that will arrive in the various member states firms producing the vaccine, she says, would be liable under current laws if something went wrong. In Belarus Leading opposition activists, Maria Kolesnikova was held on the border after she resisted authorities attempts to force her to leave the country. She had been trying to facilitate talks on a transition of power. And the U. K's chief negotiator and post Brexit trade talks, is calling for more realism from the European Union at the start of another round of discussions between the two sides. I'm Tom Rivers at the ABC News Foreign Desk in London As Americans honored Labor Day yesterday, Israelis remember the latest victims lost to the battle against covert 19. ABC is Jordana Miller from Jerusalem with another daily record set 3300 New Cove. In 19 cases, Israel appears to be heading towards a full national locked down during the Jewish holidays, which begin next week. At nightfall, a curfew will begin in at least 40 hot spots here. The few experts believe the measure will be enough to bring Down the infection rate that is now among the highest in the world for capita and in Gaza and alarming trend medical workers rapidly falling victim to the virus and already stretched medical system. Giordano Miller ABC NEWS Jerusalem As the nation's health care system continues to grapple with the impact of the Corona virus, experts warn about another health threats, Dr Helen Boucher, with the partnership to fight infectious disease, says Superbugs are emerging, mutating and spreading globally, and it's heightened in the setting of Kobe because we have very, very sick patients with probate in our hospitals get secondary bacterial infection that some of which will be caused by antibiotic resistant bacteria. Developing and marketing. New antibiotics is critical, she says, according to the CDC. More than 2.8 million drug resistant infections occur in the U. S each year and more than 35,000 people die as a result. It's the least a Z reporting companies down 11 13 the process to choose Japan's new leader is officially underway. The three candidates looking to succeed Shinzo Abe have just a week to get their message out. Those buying for the position Shigeru Ishiba Yoshida saga and Fumio Kishida will campaign in major cities this week with those appearance is limited by the Corona virus. Ah, vote by 535. Party members will take place next Monday with Suga, the chief Cabinet secretary under Abe, the apparent Runner. That is Mike's him for reporting common whose time 11 14 and after traffic and weather. We'll check it with mark Hamrick of bankrate dot com on a new study showing how confident we are in Who leads the country with regard to our Financial security in the future. Try to check that traffic with Chiara Jordan once again at 11 14 all morning. We've been dealing with road closures in the Bonny Lake and Sumner area, and this includes state route for 10 between 166 and 181st. Also close Summer taps highway in 166 between 78, then 47 said, this is causing drivers scramble and figure out alternate routes. It's been causing delays on 162 1st is you're heading into the McMillan area that you're going to find another heavy backup from pioneer toe for 10, Speaking of east trying near that continues to struggle in the westbound direction, barely moving as you're making your way from 162. Two shot road eastbound 5 12 crowds right as you approach 167 and then North bound 167 going to stay slow. Much of the way toward 24th. We've been working with an aide response on I 90 east of Rainier, causing a mile slow down there and wouldn't Bill Snohomish Road is blocked between 195th 198 the dude down power lines. Our next Cuomo traffic at 11 24 and the forecast lots of sunshine and warm temperatures. 80 today 85 for about 90 for Thursday. We start to bring it back down to the low eighties Friday and right around 80 for the weekend. Currently, though, we've got that to he's the sunshine because of the smoke from the wildfires currently 71 study and ever 69 Sunshine into coma. CEATEC Airport. 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Belarus protests: Maria Kolesnikova 'detained by masked men'

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Belarus protests: Maria Kolesnikova 'detained by masked men'

"Streets of Minsk has been found. Government officials now say that Maria Kalashnikov a has Been detained at the border with Ukraine, one of the leaders of the ongoing protests in Belarus. Kalashnikov A was reportedly taken off the streets of Minsk by two masked man on Monday. The circumstances of her detention at the border are still unclear. Meanwhile, protests in Belarus continue over the election of Alexander Lukashenko. Now this correspondent Bill Zim. For now, reports say Kalashnikov, a and two colleagues were driven to the Ukrainian border. Those reports say. She apparently refused to cross into Ukraine ripped up her passport car continued through the Ukraine with the two other colleagues while Kalashnikovs stayed behind and was detained as safety measures. Space One is what we're

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Belarus protests: Opposition leader 'tore up passport' to avoid expulsion

Bloomberg Markets

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Belarus protests: Opposition leader 'tore up passport' to avoid expulsion

"Leading opposition activist in Belarus has been held on the border with Ukraine as President Alexander Lukashenko targets the leaders of Months long protests against his 26 year rule. Ukrainian officials say Belarus tried to expel Maria Callas, LaCava and two colleagues, but Kolesnikova torpor passport to prevent border guards from forcing her out.

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Belarus protests: Maria Kolesnikova 'detained by masked men'

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Belarus protests: Maria Kolesnikova 'detained by masked men'

"Officer. Belarus's top opposition leader was reportedly snatched from the street in Minsk as protests continued to push for an end to the nation's authoritarian leader, Maria Callas. Neykova went missing on Monday morning, a woman told local media she saw a Kalishnikov being snatched by men in plain clothes into a van. Kalishnikovs team says it hasn't been able to locate her or to other

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"Authorities in Belarus are now giving their version of what they say happened to an opposition leader Maria Kolesnikova, vanished on Monday, and now the government asserts that she was detained trying to leave the country. She is among the supporters of a presidential candidate. Now, in exile alleges stolen election President Alexander Lukashenko claimed eighty percent of the vote for himself journalist Charles Maynes is following this from Moscow. Hey there Charles. High morning what are the facts of the disappearance or detention as best you can verify them We'll Maria Kolesnikova. Indeed seems to be in custody just under different circumstances than we initially thought. Early this morning authorities say she was detained while trying to cross the border into Ukraine by car with two other opposition members. In fact, we heard from one of those opposite opposition members of uncrossable in a video he posted online. Yup, stringent here. Easy Charleston. So here we hear of saying that along with Kolesnikova he decided to leave. Belarus without elaborating you know I think you don't need to know Russian to hear just how despondent he sounds which throw his supporters take as a sign that the message was recorded under duress government officials insist the three tried to cross into Ukraine by car Miss Kolesnikova. Quote found herself outside the vehicle officials here in Belarus suggest she was pushed by Your own colleagues. Kolesnikova. Is under forty. If I'm not mistaken, she's been on video in front of big opposition rallies. Who is she? Exactly? That's right. Yeah. She's the she was the campaign manager. One of the candidates ban from participating in last month's election guy by the name of victory by Benico he's currently in jail, but Kolesnikov? A household name in Belarus as part of this dynamic trio of women who joined forces against President Alexander Lukashenko in the run up to the election in behind the lead candidate Svetlana to all sky you mentioned in your lead, they attracted these huge crowds This wasn't how reflected in the official results as Lukashenko. Got A percents which a lot of people find improbable in fact I. Think to all sky one and they've taken to the streets of Belarus demand Lukashenko's resignation ever since now get upscale the presidential candidate opposition candidate is still free. She got out of the country she is in exile Lithuania we reached your last week and heard her on this program. Let's listen to a little bit of that. Okay. First of all, if you don't mind who didn't you please. Position because they are not a position anymore, we are the majority. Is it a non-negotiable demand that Lukashenko must leave office? I had to repeat people don't trust him anymore. They don't want anymore and they will want. Any. him to stay in volume. So that is a an uncompromising stance, but she is out of the country. Now, she got a chance to speak to the UN on Friday. Does she have much international support? Will a degree countries continued to say that they support the read the opposition or what she doesn't like that word perhaps but that's how it's often portrayed the other side with the exception of with the exception of Poland and Baltic countries Western nations are reluctant to antagonize Russia leading the opposition largely on their own, and this is another reason why Kolesnik arrest is important, she was one of the few opposition leaders actually still on the ground in Belarus most of the others in prison or outside the country and Russia is still supporting President Lukashenko. That's right. In fact, we heard an ominous sign that Russian forces will train with Belorussia troops starting later this week. Charles, thanks for the update. Always appreciate it. Thank you. Reporter Charles Maynes is in Moscow..

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Belarus Protest Leader Vanishes Amid Reports of Masked Abductors

BBC World Service

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Belarus Protest Leader Vanishes Amid Reports of Masked Abductors

"Border officials in Belarus So the opposition leader Maria Kolesnikova, has been detained while trying to cross into Ukraine. Two comrades who also disappeared yesterday, apparently cross the border. Such a Schlichter reports 24. Hours earlier, Maria Kalishnikov was pounced upon by a group of masked men outside the arts museum in Minsk, bundled into a van and driven away. This morning, Belarus sport officials claimed the car approached a border crossing with Ukraine past customs and then accelerated towards Ukrainian territory. The official claims that Maria Callas, Nikola somehow found herself outside the vehicle and was detained. Even Kravtsov and Anton Meridian cough managed to cross the border. But their fellow activists are not buying this narrative. They say the three had no intention of fleeing and that the entire thing was staged in order to produce the impression that they were cowards and were apprehended while trying to run away.

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Antonia thank you that Santana some power there, and here's what else we're keeping an eye on today. The last two games working for Australian media in China had left the country after police demanded with them and temporarily blocked their departure. The ABC's China correspondent Bill Birtles and Financial Review correspondent Michael. Smith were both forced to take shelter in the Australian Embassy before flying out the country Australia Journalists Union says China is no longer safe for foreign reporters. The European Union has called for Belarus to release everyone arrested for protesting against the election that extended President Alexander. Lukashenko's twenty-six Years Impala key opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova went missing on Monday after she was seen being bundled into a minibus more than six hundred people were arrested on Sunday following yet another weekend of anti-government protests in the country. And Saudi Arabian port has jailed eight people for the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The child was criticized by the UN and human rights. Campaigners who said the masterminds of the murder remain free none of the defendants were named. This is the globalist stay tuned. Addition of the big interview under moolah speaks to the prize-winning Generous Masha. Gessen. Now, a columnist for the New Yorker, the author spent over two decades covering the resurgence of totalitarianism in Russia. GESSEN's latest book surviving autocracy tons of Lens on the US. Let's hear it is very much like the line. I. Tried to walk in the new book about trump. There are two ways to tell the trump story trump came from outer space. He's a total anomaly in American politics, the Russians in salt him, and he is destroying everything that we hold. Dear, which is all true except for maybe the Russians installed it and then there's another way which is a minority view held by some people I respect very much like the political scientist. Corey. Robin who basically says he's just Republican president he is the natural continuation of Republican politics over the last however many generations. Something that we've seen before and all the wanted norms that she talked about that. He's supposedly destroying are just these norms of of your class privilege, which is also true right? Both of those things are true. The conditions for a trump were laid over in some ways over fifty years I'm counting back to JFK or in some ways over the last nine nine years, I'm counting back to nine eleven and yet trump is a special snowflake and. Someone who shares some of his qualities, but is not a deranged self obsessed. Malignant narcissist clown could have taken his place and so you know both of those things are possible. He is completely anomalous unlike anybody else albeit quite recognizable character he's also using the groundwork was laid for him. All right. So I I think of it as taking a quantum leap from a running start. I WANNA come back in a bit to the parallels between the two and the and the non parallels between the two which you do write about in the new book. You've written as you said extensively about Vladimir, Putin, most notably in your book Man Without a face do you know how much interest he has personally taken in your writing about him I do exactly zero. And I you know there is a very strange reason I know this. But. This is now ancient history but eight years ago I was fired from my job as editor in chief of Russia's Big Popular Science magazine for not sending a reporter to accompany Putin on his adventure hang gliding with a severe and cranes and I tweeted about it and Putin apparently saw it and. Called me and offered me my job and it wasn't his tail for back. But he doesn't realize that because he thinks if he likes something, he owns it. But as the meeting with Putin, was prepared to discuss that whole misadventure of mine it became clear to me that he was not briefed on high was and you know the reasons are very clear because he loved the magazine. I was editor. And probably at a certain point when he decided that he loved that magazine and this was during my tenure, somebody would have had to say to him but there's an issue with the editor and someone dropped the ball and actually know who it was and I know I know how that happened. They didn't notice that I was editor. And then when he wanted to meeting. Then that someone would have had to say to him by there's a problem and there's a book. And he would have had to then learn of the existence of the book. Wish also couldn't have been pleasant for the Messenger. So there was actually a lot of jockeying to avoid telling him I was. To, they basically told him nothing but that was a very interesting experience like he was told about my preferred name usage particularly in Russian. But he was not told that I was an American citizen, for example, something that I happen to understand because are meeting happened to fall on. September eleventh. And so I know there's no way he would have omitted mention of that. If he had known that was citizen and so on and certainly he didn't know about the but. What kind of conversation is possible to have with him but what do you talk about when you make President Putin? Well, we talked about the sincerity of his nature conservation efforts basically had two topics he wanted to tell me that he was. He really did want to say the Siberian cranes. It wasn't just hang gliding with them for show and that sympathize with my publisher for firing the for not sending a reporter. But he overreacted and he wanted to set things straight and so my agenda was to draw him a little bit about this showy gestures of his which was really fun and tell him that the publisher had not merely overreacted but violated the law. Russia has this great press law and this goes back to the topic of how well-designed institutions can be. Russia has a really great press law that was written in one, thousand, nine, hundred one that makes it illegal for the publisher to interfere in the editorial operations but you know who cares anyway when we got to the topic, the conversation was civil up until that point when we got to that topic, he said Okay I know what you're going to say thank you for coming in. Stood up, shook my hand and I was out there. Let's talk about trump. You wrote early on in two thousand sixteen for the New York review of books you'll rules for surviving autocracy. How well do you think that is held up when measured against three and a half years now Donald Trump Well that peace has held up unfortunately extremely well. You know that that piece was not a blueprint for politically resisting autocracy. It was very much a piece about psychic an intellectual survival, which is what I felt was in a position to do the the pieces are very funny history which has that like most people I know I went to an election party on November eighth, and then the party just kind of went sour. And everybody tried to slink away without saying goodbye to the hosts and as I was biking home, I started getting phone calls and text messages from various acquaintances asking, what do we do now which I thought was really ridiculous because why would you ask me what we do now I was living in exile and clearly like. Whatever I did was not had not worked out that well. But as long bike ride and I kept thinking. Okay. Is there anything that actually that I have learned right is there is something that goes into this kind of letter from the future that I can send to my friends and I thought I have learned something about. Living in this kind of reality and it was very clear. I've been from the trump campaign as American presidential campaigns are abseiling long. So we had had ample opportunity to observe him. It was very clear that that's the period we're entering, and I also knew what it was like to really try to resist something that you understand logically but you don't want to believe is happening, which is what we experienced in Russia with Putin for especially in the first few years. And I feared what experience with trump. Then, that was the also Russia guests and speaking to under Mueller on the big interview. Gessen's book surviving autocracy is published by Penguin Random House and it's out. Now do listen back to the full interview wherever you find your podcasts. Well let's continue with today's papers and join me down the.

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"I'm John Shea, the hospital in Germany treating the poisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says it's taken him out of his induced coma, and he's now reacting to speech. More details from my Europe Editor Dani Eberhard. Alexey Navalny was poisoned. His supporters believe drinking tea before boarding a plane in Siberia. Germany has said categorically that it was with Nav. It shock a group of lethal nerve agents developed in the Soviet Union. Mr Navalny, a fierce critic of President Putin is now out of a coma and doctors are gradually weaning him off mechanical ventilation, but they will not be drawn on whether he'll suffer long term consequences off the poisoning. Germany has said it's considering targeted sanctions against Russia. The Kremlin denies any involvement. One of the main opposition leaders in Biala. Rose, who hadn't been detained or forced into exile has been abducted in central Minsk. Witnesses or several masked man sees Maria Kolesnikova Senior member off a body that's seeking a peaceful transition and Valorous and bundle her into a van. The Interior Ministry says it has no information about her being detained. A court in Saudi Arabia has overturned death sentences issued last year for five defendants in the murder ofthe Jamal Kashiwagi. They were sentenced to 20 years in jail. Sebastian ASHA reports. State media in Saudi Arabia has described this as the final verdict in the trial of those accused of involvement in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, the veteran Saudi journalist who had become one of the fiercest critics. Of a Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman members ofthe Mr Hashtag. His family offered their public forgiveness to the killer's earlier this year, excepting the contention that the murder had not been premeditated. That meant that the death senators could be commuted. The Saudis will be hoping that this will draw a line under an incident that is deeply tarnished the country's image. European leaders have given a frosty reaction to plans by the British government to introduce legislation overriding key part off the existing Brexit withdrawal agreement. The legislation could contradict the protocol agreed with EU concerning Northern Ireland. Our correspondent Nick Big is in Brussels. Certainly in public. There's disappointment on the part of you. We heard from the European Commission president on the line earlier, saying that she trusts that the UK will abide by the withdrawal agreement. We also heard from Michelle Bonnier, who, of course, is the use chief negotiator. He said that confidence and trust is so important at this point. If you talk to sources in the Barnier camp, they believe that deep down the British government does want a deal and not tohave. One would be disastrous for the British He's certainly trying to interpret what's been coming from London over the past 24 hours or so it's been a pretty tricky job for the U. This is the latest world news from the BBC. The Democratic contender for the U. S. Presidency. Joe Biden is going to Pennsylvania to woo voters in one of the handful of states seen as key to November's election. He'll meet the leader ofthe one of the largest unions in the United States. Richard Trunk are off the air felt CEO. As he seeks to bolster his support among blue collar workers. Pennsylvania was narrowly won by Donald Trump in 2016. Uganda's deputy labor minister has been charged with attempted murder following an alleged shooting incident on Saturday, or Ciguatera. Katana is accused of shooting an opponent supporter after he lost the election in the ruling party's primaries. His lawyers deny that he fired the shot patients at a high rate reports from Kampala. Mr Ricotta now is the former attorney general has also been charged with assault, threatening violence and causing damage to property. A video clip has been circulating on social media in Uganda allegedly showing the minister grabbing a gun away from one of his bodyguards and aiming it at people inside the car. The ruling party elections were characterized by several incidents of violence across the country. In some areas, voting was canceled. The Philippine President Rodrigo to Turtle has sparked condemnation from rights groups after he pardoned a US Marine convicted of killing a transgender woman activists called his decision a mockery of justice and a blatant display of civility to U. S interests. Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton was jailed for killing Jennifer Naughty in 2014. The authorities in Pakistan say schools will begin reopening in phases from next week following a drop in new Corona virus cases. The minister said that the classes were bigger than they should be divided into two batches. Attending schools on alternate days, he requested parents to send their Children with face masks. Pakistan has being gradually removing restrictions on business and social activities. And that's the latest BBC World News. Community. Shares of.

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Important fight of this century. When it comes to journalism. Let's keep up the fight. Stay strong. Let's not fight for Justice. American prosecutors have indicted the 49 year old Australian on 18 espionage and computer misuse charges. Julian Assange's lawyers say the prosecution is a blatant, politically motivated abuse of power. Tom Rivers ABC News London The key opposition leader in Belarus Maria Krista Cova, has disappeared following another weekend of protests against authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko in Minsk woman's toe. Local media that she saw a Kalashnikov are being snatched into a van by men in plain clothes on a street in the capital Minsk Kalashnikovs team have said they can't contact her or to other opposition members. It's ABC is Patrick Revilla, the foreign desk Ah, warning from US doctors The Labor Day in Corona virus cases air up in 30 States Doctor She's John heads up the Brown University School of Public Health and the summer was supposed to be our reprieve. Right was supposed to be sort of the time when we got a break from the virus. So I am very worried that if we don't take these precautions seriously, we're going to go into the fall with school and call. It is opening with a lot more cases, and it's going to be much more difficult to navigate and get through wildfires in California burning through 2.5 million acres, and here comes another one National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Paulette is in the Atlantic. Listening to ABC News. How do smart, hardworking roofing contractors run job smoothly? Even remotely? They save time with Beacon Beacon Pro Plus at Nature's simple online ordering and bill pay choose products like the new GF timber line HDZ shingles with a 600% larger strikes, so nailing area for faster, more accurate.

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"kolesnikova" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"kolesnikova" Discussed on NPR News Now

"NPR, news. You're listening to NPR news. Rochester, New York saw fifth night of demonstrations last night over the death of Daniel. PRUDE. He died in March after police had held a hood over his head last night's protest was peaceful. Religious leaders had offered to serve as buffers between the protesters and the police. In Belarus. Another key opposition protest leader has reportedly been detained from Moscow Charles Maine's report that attention follows large anti-government protests over the weekend according to local media reports Belorussian opposition leader Maria Kolesnik of was arrested by masked men and taking away in a van Monday morning in the capital Minsk the country's interior ministry says it has no information on her whereabouts Kolesnikova emerged a household name in Belarus as part of a trio of women who united to challenge longtime autocrat. Alexander. Lukashenko. During a charge presidential election last August Kushinka claims he won that race in a landslide but widespread charges of. Vote rigging and a subsequent police crackdown triggered a series of mass protests demanding his resignation or Kolesnikova remained in Belarus and active in the street protests of key opposition figures are currently in jail or fled abroad under threat of arrest for NPR news I'm Charles Manson. Moscow. Powerful typhoon swept through South Korea today knocking out power to thousands of homes and businesses. Meteorologists say Typhoon Hi Shan is weakening and is expected to be downgraded to Acropolis storm later today it battered southern Japan over the weekend dozens of injuries were reported at least four people are still missing I'm Nora Raum NPR news..

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Belarus Protest Leader Vanishes Amid Reports of Masked Abductors

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00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Belarus Protest Leader Vanishes Amid Reports of Masked Abductors

"In Belarus. Another key opposition protest leader has reportedly been detained from Moscow Charles Maine's report that attention follows large anti-government protests over the weekend according to local media reports Belorussian opposition leader Maria Kolesnik of was arrested by masked men and taking away in a van Monday morning in the capital Minsk the country's interior ministry says it has no information on her whereabouts Kolesnikova emerged a household name in Belarus as part of a trio of women who united to challenge longtime autocrat. Alexander. Lukashenko. During a charge presidential election last August Kushinka claims he won that race in a landslide but widespread charges of. Vote rigging and a subsequent police crackdown triggered a series of mass protests demanding his resignation or Kolesnikova remained in Belarus and active in the street protests of key opposition figures are currently in jail or fled abroad under threat of arrest

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