29 Burst results for "Kunduz"

American Special Forces Soldier Is Killed in Afghanistan

WBZ Afternoon News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

American Special Forces Soldier Is Killed in Afghanistan

"In Westwood New Jersey family and friends are mourning the death of a local decorated soldier sergeant first class Michael global was killed in combat in Afghanistan global was deployed several times overseas as a special forces soldier he served in Argentina what a mall up and Columbia he died on Monday in the Kunduz province of Afghanistan after suffering fatal injuries the Pentagon has not confirmed any other details but the Taliban claims that they were behind a fetal roadside bombings WCBS TV reporter

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American Special Forces Soldier Is Killed in Afghanistan

WBZ Afternoon News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

American Special Forces Soldier Is Killed in Afghanistan

"In Westwood New Jersey family and friends are mourning the death of the local decorated soldier sergeant first class Michael global was killed in combat in Afghanistan mobile was deployed several times overseas as a special forces soldier he served in Argentina what a mall up and Columbia he died on Monday in the Kunduz province of Afghanistan after suffering fatal injuries the Pentagon has not confirmed any other details but the Taliban claims that they were behind a fatal road side bombing that is WCBS TV reported Christina

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"kunduz" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"kunduz" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"For the soldier's death which they say happened after they blew up a convoy in Kunduz province this brings the total fail casualty in Afghanistan for this year to twenty a day long clean up on a Virginia highway the sixty nine car pile up injured more than fifty people there who Williamsburg numerous injuries reported there a couple of them set to be life threatening the chain reaction crash happened on I. sixty four near Williamsburg investigators thing fog and ice might be to blame fox's I should Hosni they're still investigating what set it in motion travellers flying out of Sacramento International Airport should expect delays due to an internet outage airport officials say the internet has been restored now they are working to resume their normal operations in arrivals do remain unaffected Chicago police have arrested a thirty seven year old man in connection with a house party shooting which injured thirteen people Mar Santa white is charged with unlawful use of a weapon by a felon boxes Matt Finn the shooting victim's age and range from sixteen to forty eight years old Chicago police now tell fox news twelve out of thirteen shooting victims are in the hospital being treated two men are in his critical condition with gunshot wounds to the torso and a female is in serious condition with a gunshot wound to her back police say that the shooting broke out at a house party that was being held in memory of another person that was murdered in this city earlier this year Chicago police tell fox news one person of interest is being questioned right now a revolver was recovered police say shots were fired inside this house party over a dispute people started spilling out on the streets shot for then fired in and around the.

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"kunduz" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"kunduz" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Say happened after they blew up a convoy in Kunduz province this brings the total fail casualty in Afghanistan for this year to twenty I did a long clean up on a Virginia highway the sixty nine car pile up injured more than fifty people near you Williams for numerous injuries reported there a couple of them set to be life threatening the chain reaction crash happened on I. sixty four near Williamsburg investigators thing fog and ice might be to blame fox's isa Hosni they're still investigating what set it in motion travellers flying out of Sacramento International Airport should expect delays due to an internet outage airport officials say the internet has been restored now they are working to resume their normal operations in arrivals do remain unaffected Chicago police have arrested a thirty seven year old man in connection with a house party shooting which injured thirteen people Mar Santa white is charged with unlawful use of a weapon by a felon fox's Matt Finn the shooting victim's age and range from sixteen to forty eight years old Chicago police now tell fox news twelve of the thirteen shooting victims are in the hospital being treated two men are in critical condition with gunshot wounds to the torso and a female is in serious condition with a gunshot wound to her back police say that the shooting broke out at a house party that was being held in memory of another person that was murdered in this city earlier this year Chicago police tell fox news one person of interest is being questioned right now a revolver was recovered police say shots were fired inside this house party over a dispute people started spilling out on the street to shop for then fired in and around the house police.

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 Taliban attack 2nd Afghan city as US envoy says deal is near

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Taliban attack 2nd Afghan city as US envoy says deal is near

"Taliban fighters remain on the offensive in Afghanistan they followed up on Saturday's attack on the city of Kunduz by launching an assault early today on the second northern city even as a piece still seems to be within reach Jennifer classes in the Afghan capital where the US envoy is meeting with the Afghan government officials today well no details of the deal had been made public it's believed to agree on a withdrawal of thousands of US forces in Afghanistan in exchange for counterterrorism support from the Taliban and the group's agreement to negotiate with Afghan officials those talks are then expected to hammer out a ceasefire and a long term

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 Taliban attack 2nd Afghan city as US envoy says deal is near

The Splendid Table

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Taliban attack 2nd Afghan city as US envoy says deal is near

"US envoy Zalmay Khalilzad is set to visit Kabul Afghanistan's capital today is expected to brief the Afghan government after wrapping up the latest talks on a peace deal with the Taliban Taliban fighters remain on the offensive they followed up on the attack on the city of Kunduz this weekend by launching an assault early today on a second northern

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Taliban launches 'massive' attack on Kunduz in northern Afghanistan

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Taliban launches 'massive' attack on Kunduz in northern Afghanistan

"Fighting in one of Afghanistan's main cities is on going the government says Taliban forces launched their attack on the northern city of Kunduz Friday night even as negotiations continue with the US on ending the war the two sides are said to be close to a deal a spokesman for president Ashraf Ghani says the attack is completely against the peace talks and said Taliban fighters are sheltering among civilians making it impossible to conduct air

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Afghanistan's government says the Taliban have again attacked one of the country's largest cities, Kunduz

Morning Edition

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Afghanistan's government says the Taliban have again attacked one of the country's largest cities, Kunduz

"Taliban fighters entered conduce overnight from several directions at once triggering a fierce battle with government soldiers Afghan special forces have been confronting the militants street to street backed up from the air but Taliban fighters reported to have taken shelter in schools health centres in residential areas the government says it is conducting the operation slowly to avoid civilian casualties the Taliban of captured conduce twice in the past three years this attack suggests it's business as usual for the militant group in spite of significant progress in peace talks between the US and the

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 Taliban launch major attack on Afghan city of Kunduz

BBC World Service

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Taliban launch major attack on Afghan city of Kunduz

"Taliban fighters entered conduce overnight from several directions at once triggering a fierce battle with government soldiers Afghan special forces have been confronting the militants street to street backed up from the air but Taliban fighters reported to have taken shelter in schools health centres in residential areas the government says it is conducting the operation slowly to avoid civilian casualties the Taliban of captured conduce twice in the past three is this attack suggests it's business as usual for the militant group in spite of significant progress in peace talks between the US and the

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2 U.S. troops killed 'in combat' on a mission in Afghanistan

Business Talk with Jim Campbell

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

2 U.S. troops killed 'in combat' on a mission in Afghanistan

"Will not identities of America's wounded foreign soldiers with more. Here's USA's Chris Barnes reporting from Washington, the Pentagon released the names of the two soldiers killed on Friday in Afghanistan. Military officials say twenty nine year old specialist Joseph Colette of Lancaster, Ohio and Thirty-three-year-old will Lindsey of Cortes Colorado died in Kunduz province. Military officials releasing few details except to say the two died in combat.

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Taliban Kill Dozens of Security Forces in Major Strike in Afghanistan

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Taliban Kill Dozens of Security Forces in Major Strike in Afghanistan

"Afghan officials are reporting multiple deaths among security forces after Taliban militant attacks in Helmand province. The BBC's. Jill mcgivering has details baton already control most districts in Helmand. This attack was on the Afghan army base in sanguine by the Taliban host the district centre. It comes the day after twin bomb attack in helmets capital. Meanwhile in Kunduz in the north officials say they killed almost sixty Taliban fighters in an air strike a family of fourteen including nine children also died the Taliban now engaged in a peace process with the United States hasn't formally declared a spring offensive this year. But the recent surge in violence feels very like

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"kunduz" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"kunduz" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"One of those there's been treated by a robot. Now, this may only be the Kaiser permanent as I don't know. These are the stories that we're seeing from Kaiser Permanente the calls, we've received have involved Kaiser Permanente one story in particular is coming out of Fremont, Fremont, and that made a net that became national news. Listen, I I have I've known and have had friends who have worked at the Kaisers. In all levels, doctors, nurses, etc. And just tremendous professionals. But this is obviously cost cutting move some of your tuning and say, what are you guys you were talking about? So they have literally there are these robots that are oftentimes wheeled into the rooms we've heard from one particular caller said this is typical at night when staffing is a little bit lower in the ICU. You'll have a doctor at some location somewhere who's got each patient's chart and rather than going room to room to make the checks the rounds rounds, the the robot comes in and the doctor is there on a video screen and does the rounds that way. Patient has a question. There's the doctor to answer by way of like sky Ideo. Yeah. So again, obviously a cost cutting move. But whatever happened to doctor patient relationship. This is this is probably the most critical time in someone's life. And in some cases is the most critical time in their life. But the national story has to do with someone who was getting the life or death news. This was okay. Is he gonna make it or not doctors coming in good? Oh, good news praise Kunduz a robot the robot. Dr robot comes in. Here's this guy. He's in an office somewhere two-dimensional. Keeping them the word, and in this particular case, it was the word the guy wasn't gonna make it and the guy passed like two days later, four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred here on k so we're talking about that this morning's while seven twenty one time, I just found it really interesting that the nurses actually announced to the patients and the families that the doctor was going to make his rounds. And then this robot roles in like, why would you I like their make their leading people to believe something that they weren't expecting that. Like when you say, the doctor is gonna make us rounds will be in with you in a minute, you expect a human guy is going to come in to arms little jacket. Yeah. Face right. Instead, all you got a max headroom figure. Yeah. Razi off. Yeah. Yeah. That again, this folks you want Medicare for all this is what you're going to get right us, cutting measure super personable, listen that would be the worst time. If I were a physician that's like the time. You don't want to come ever ever ever ever ever? Would. You gotta give somebody the bad news. It's going to happen. If you're in medicine, it's going to happen. I would hope. I would hope these guys and gals are trained for this stuff. You meet with some grief, grief therapist or a grief counselor. Yeah. So they can teach you the proper way to deliver the bad this. Yeah. Well, I mean, you'd think because it's I mean, potentially you're ruining someone's life. Well, yeah. Life is over giving them the worst news of their light and their family. How do you do this compassionately? How do you do this graciously and at the same time truthfully because you don't wanna cut any corners? I always think about that with with our cops to when they have to, you know, report a homicide or something like that. They have to deliver to the family that their loved ones gone same thirty. I have to do something very similar military. This is this is the job description that people sign up for but especially in medicine. Yeah. And I just I really dislike the fact that it's coming to this where it's now in a computer screen just super super super impersonal. And then you've got the family president etcetera taller in that day and age of screens, you know? Yeah screen time is out of control the time. We're in the day in Asia phones, and people are still using them to call up. I've got more from Nevada county. I've just been kind of cycling through this. I love the police blotter from Nevada county. We've already hit it once today. But now, I got more more from this week. Here we go. Caller from Olympia park road reporting. Someone left them a message. And in the message. They said I'm going to make that reporters life hell while the reporters at.

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Lucian Kim, Afghan War Museum And Afghanistan discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:17 min | 2 years ago

Lucian Kim, Afghan War Museum And Afghanistan discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

"Russia. Mark the thirtieth anniversary of the Soviet army's withdrawal from Afghanistan yesterday nine year war drained, the Soviet Union, and for shadowed the collapse of its communist system, just two years after the pullout NPR's Lucian Kim reports on how Russian veterans remember the war Moscow's, Afghan war museum is located on the ground floor of an apartment building on the outskirts of the city. When I close the metal door behind me eager year in the director comes out to meet me. The museum is just a couple of halls filled with artifacts from the war that started with the Soviet invasion in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine though the girthy Felicity, Niagara, the points to maps photographs medals a pair of combat some boombox and a Kalashnikov assault rifle the urine worked in a Moscow car plant before he was drafted at age twenty in Afghanistan. He served two years as an infantry platoon sergeant. Russell first of all we were following orders. And Secondly, the motherland centers we wouldn't have gone on her own you're young. But we understood that we were fighting for our country urine turns on his phone to show me a slide show of black and white photos accompanied by a song about Kunduz Afghan city where he was face.

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News in Brief 17 January 2019

UN News

03:35 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 17 January 2019

"This is the news and brief from the United Nations two days after the international criminal court known as the I c c acquitted Larne bog bulk of crimes against humanity on Thursday. The former Ivorian president remains behind bars with his codefendant Charles Blake day. The accusations against them stemmed from post electoral violence in cotija wa between December twenty ten and April twenty eleven in custody since the trial began in January twenty sixteen prosecutors filed an appeal against Tuesday's acquittal and considering Mr. bag bowl a flight risk requested on Wednesday that he remained in custody until the appeal is resolved. I see spokesperson Fahdi L, Abdullah explained the procedure to UN news multiple scenarios for aquittal itself. When the decision will be filed them the prosecutor will have the possibility to appeal and then before that number. To decide whether or not to uphold that we're told to reverse it and revert back the case to attract chamber or not as for the release of military war miserably Goodell is will be determined by the chamber. I would be a decision whether survivor in simply has to stay in detention until the show of the acquittal is decided on Thursday the World Health Organization WHO expressed severe concern over deteriorating humanitarian conditions for proximity. Forty thousand mostly women and children in Syria's rook bond settlement a refugee camp near the Jordanian border. According to whol harsh winter conditions have reportedly left several dead with very few staff or medical supplies available. And no generators or fuel to provide even minimum warmth, the U N health agency called for immediate access to provide medical care and evacuee. Late patients who are critically ill Elizabeth Hoff. The W H O Representative in Syria said the people trapped in rook Bon are living in deplorable conditions exposed to harsh winter weather that shows no sign of abating. She stressed the importance of reaching them as soon as possible. So that no more lives are lost on necessarily. Turning to Afghanistan. The UN continues to counter violent extremism in the country's northeastern region by engaging religious scholars as agents of peace and rallying communities to join local peace efforts, the religious scholars known as Lima are respected. Influential community leaders whose role in promoting peace and reconciliation has been widely recognized as sensual including Konduz and its surrounding provinces which were among the country's most volatile in a recent interview and official of the condos department of hodgin religious affairs told the UN assistance mission in Afghanistan, you NAMA that they are preaching peace in mosques as well as on the radio and television, every little scholar himself Malawi Mohammad Yakub SABA said that he and his colleagues want peace adding that we will continue preaching peace now. And in the future last year who NAMA regional office in Kunduz back to series of peace building initiatives that were broadcast to some one million people across the region. Liska Fiji UN news.

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"kunduz" Discussed on WPUL Radio 1590

WPUL Radio 1590

06:40 min | 3 years ago

"kunduz" Discussed on WPUL Radio 1590

"This is cold kunduz shake hello fly chardonnay the water in the same the people the deep mm thanks doc let's go girls hey screaming news son loudini here come basket full of chicken at a big job sweet the town laura's spielman inside me almost me me i say.

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Antacids, antibiotics for infants linked to later allergies

02:29 min | 3 years ago

Antacids, antibiotics for infants linked to later allergies

"The market is now substantially down from the height reached in january though it's still well above the level when president trump took office these really prime minister benjamin netanyahu has shelved akon introversion agreement to resettle more than sixteen thousand african migrants in western countries the deal have angered rightwingers in his coalition government because it would give thousands of other african migrants the right to remain just hours after confirming the agreement with the united nations refugee agency mister netanyahu wrote on facebook that he was putting it on hold well news from the bbc an attack by government military planes in afghanistan is reported to have killed many civilians and several taliban fighters in the northern couldn't dues province i witnesses said helicopters had targeted a gathering of students at a religious school the government says at least twentyfive islam is to a killed or wounded in the strike but a doctor in kunduz city told the bbc that more than fifty severely injured people had been brought to his hospital researchers in the united states say that babies given antacids and antibiotics are at an increased risk of going on to develop childhood allergies the studies described as the largest of its kind undertaken and busby reports doctors examined the health records of nearly eight hundred thousand children those given antacids used to control reflux in their first six months with twice as likely to develop a food allergy within four years is those who were not there was also a significantly higher risk of developing hay fever or a severe anaphylactic reaction babies given antibiotics double their risk of developing asthma the researchers suggest that the drugs could change the composition of infants gut bacteria known to play a role in a healthy immune system an experiment is underway to tackle junk in space a small satellite has been launched will practice techniques for tracking debris and capturing it the satellite which has been developed in britain has a net into harpoon it sheduled go to the international space station where astronauts are expected to start using it next month space junk is a growing problem a lorry carrying five circus elephants has crashed in spain killing one of the animals and injuring two others emergency services used a crane to lift the injured elephants off the road others wanted loose before being rounded up the circus lorry overturned while passing another car.

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"kunduz" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"kunduz" Discussed on Channel 955

"Lorde detroit's number one hit music station just kunduz i was definitely too lazy to go to the gym yesterday especially driving and all that snow did not want to deal with it so i turn this song on did a little work out in my house and i'm telling you the song is great one ovation if you need at the middle sat in mayor and morris is see rattle the sat on the says lease the cabinet sit there and unaware of says that we got into this man scott so good chances and now wink algorithms shen filled let's get to do why advance made me the man jose so it's as a leader in the jerod mayo ooh oh man that loom implode and and kansas do an initiative broken that digital league given to do this only man all dudin said look three oh my god jerod mayo ooh me the pierre nissho it is time now to leeson may god is in my son oh and days that obama on iran rain the the laura ingraham show mm mm phil perry the patch the jon heyman here in general five five he's in your name is pj's yes so is that your real name or is that a nickname owner retina lear live man is going to be like decided to name their kid pages that's crazy nam nam bet hip it'll be will call you all the time are there's got to be story on i got that nickname here whoa you own it in iheart radio station is joey radio promote joe in the morning and every friday night hosted the party at orchid in ferndale you follow me on snapchat you know this is the place to be want the weekend it is not a party to pick up your weekend this friday at orchid in ferndale you.

"kunduz" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"kunduz" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The five the our creator um got this sean i redeemer and our savior use and guide the holy spirit are comfort or a team in the man these young man that stayed at my house false light uh we are so glad that we are christians and we are american hollander have any how i i wanted to thank brian who me that put genetic make sure was okay and i just wanted to say on behalf of our church in school at manual lutheran and dearborn uh good morning and celebrate the resurrection of the lord this coming easter tony kunduz have been you god bless you god bless you guys all right here thank you bye rick in river rouge welcome the jazz whose trail yeah wherever i that uh yeah uh you have the right to fair earns uh sucks second amendment uh these video games that just came off the last twenty five years are causing all the problems st louis real problems you'll have the right to fair video games they make these uh if they make these people that are making video games just take turns down equipped some kids are eighteen years old getting the mopped up for school so when they go to school than they have a problem there girlfriend throws sumo or no the guy who are much cake i can't beat this guy up with my fists put i can uh the school in the problem is asked as regrettable to you know because you look at these kids they look at due to war games all day long and rick one of the one of the most serious problems is there's nothing to counter that these kids twenty four seven and just drowning their minds in these violent presentations not knowing that they are even being subliminally subdues to into a mindset they don't realize they're being placed in but there is no antidote your kids don't go to church tatum go to sunday school there there's no lesson learned contrary to that indoctrination and so hey they you see the end result of it in america i was reflecting maybe somebody can help me i'm old guy but i don't remember back into forties and fifties and sixties this many shootings in our school but hey rick thanks for your observation thanks for calling josh was trip working right down the board hey one eight hundred nine two three nine three old dutch which go on again but anyway one eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five.

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"kunduz" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"kunduz" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Seven 445 instant email phil philvalentine com and that web address philvalentinecom the white house dismissing and immigration deal brokered by a by they call a bipartisan group of lawmakers is from cnn bipartisan them to them means is one democrat in gold that's bipartisan in the cnn folks it is up from john mccain and delaware senator sit aye chris kunduz or is that politically correct are slated to introduce they're building in the hands of that would grant eventual citizenship the young undocumented immigrants who have been in the country since 2013 came to the us as children but it does not address all the president's stated immigration priorities most notably missing is a dozen fund the wall in trump saying this is a nonstarter dudes sorry go back and try again and would also not help with a chain migration either or ending the diversity visa program but hey it's got everything else you want the bill is a companion piece to a house wounds leash and that it has fifty four cosponsors split evenly by party the white house official rebuffed the effort telling cnn that it takes a lot of effort to write up a bill worse than the graham durban immigration bill but somehow this one is worse some al they've done it mukunda defended the bill in a conference call with reporters today calling it a strong starting place and a fresh starts um i'm gonna regale you with the story this is just so it's so that you can kinda get an idea of how this works i was in contract negotiations with another company there's been many years ago and i went to them and i said all right here's the deal i need x amount of dollars to stay and so they came back and they they have a contract that ramp me up to about over a course of five years would rent me up to about sixty percent of what i ask for iran got to it i mean it in and start lear ramped up to about s and i said you folks are listening to me and they said well we were negotiating i it you're not listening to me i said i had this is my starting point i happen to.

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"kunduz" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"kunduz" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Line and i noticed that mr gallagher's 100 percent one hundred percent confidence in mr mollar avoids talking about the constitution which i'd love to discuss with him now we have susan collins you know she's a republican by the way go ahead first of all i can men the two groups said senator tillis senator kunduz plus senator lindsey graham senator power burgeoning on asian davits trading thin state guy in the law as very courageous very courageous that they're working together to pass this thing the most courageous members of congress no doubt about that go ahead it said the special counsel from firing and let me tell you something genius and let me try this again this anybody know how a bill becomes law both houses of congress pass it goes to the president he signs it into law right why would the president signed this in the law to limit his options even as a theoretical matter why the hell would he do that number one let's go through the numbers number two since when can congress passes statute changing the constitution why do you mean mark can't pass a statute protecting a subordinate from being fired by the president of the united states he is the executive branch and your fire whomever they how he wants to order them fired we're going to pass a statue preventing members of congress from firing staffers what does that this shows you how stupid these people are aren't it's all about politics and the third point what kind of precedent does this can't send for future presidents so which subordinates cana president fire to have a long list of them now so who is going to run the executive branch congress absolutely asinine and insane but that susan collins moshi show wonderful bipartisan it's bipartisan while some things may be bipartisan but they might be wrong they might be unprincipled they might be unethical they might harm the country by ads by partisan katherine hepburn susan collins all right let's keep going roddy los angeles california the great eight seventy am the answer go here you're no work mark river in are good at thank you afterwards who view since.

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"kunduz" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"kunduz" Discussed on KOIL

"Discouragment in the face of desperation for some fifteen hundred miles from where our journey started in san diego dreamers were out this weekend alongside environmental groups protesting the proposed wall they are holding us hostage by pushing for a border wall preventing also being and living with our families and members of our community texas democratic congressman descent taken silas voted to end the shutdown this past week well it's pretty shameful that were were were plain ponds with young children's lives but he remains hopeful that a solution for the dreamers will be found and i'm optimistic that we're going to find a resolution and that we eventually get to a finality on this issue and get it done at put it to us and move on with the people's business all along the border we'd travelled the desire to get something done is clear on all sides but whether washington can get beyond the political divide to reach a final deal may be the biggest barrier of all we'll be right back after this from our abc's stations lives year and a coin cory booker that according to patrick lay he quite frankly according to mitt romney and according to lindsey graham the american culture in the american society is no better than the most genocidal regime in the world towel holes as halls no better no worse this is a very dangerous mentality kunduz you need we need on side need you do not believe our principles are better and mark levin weekdays five to eight pm on news talk twelve night a memories shot.

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"kunduz" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"kunduz" Discussed on The Big 98

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"kunduz" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"kunduz" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Who wants to buy and sell bitcoin bright the next step which they're kind of in right now is targetting that big wall street money well let's talk about the wall street money as well because i feel like we get mix messages from wall street folks who say bitcoin makes no sense and yet they certainly are spending are indeed time and money exploring bidcame bitcoin in the eu's is it uses in financial community does coin base need wall street and the big financial firms on board to make it a go in and kind of meet their goals here it would certainly help i mean you have people like jamie dimon who say we're going to fire any trader who who trades bitcoin but at the same time these big banks can't really ignore this i mean all their clients are asking for it but they also have to worry about reputational risk and no your customer rules and so coin base realizes that and they're offering some products to try to help solve that problem but what they do need i feel like to become legit is they need some regulatory oversight and i'm i'm assuming at some point they're expecting that do they want that so kunduz has had a pretty friendly attitude toward regulators the way they currently regulated is sort of this patchwork system through states so they have money transmitter licences and like thirty eight or forty states and then they're federally regulated by since then but they're not federally regulated by the cftc or the sec where those big sort of traditional financial regulators that you think about and so we may see that happen at some point i'm i'm also wondering too about the ability to hack into an exchange like that right we've seen problems with digital currencies right where accounts had been hacked and money lost what about their trading platform how secure as it had they had any problems significant problems so they have not had any big hack snow but that would certainly be i a huge huge problem i mean we saw that in 2013 or train fourteen with this company called mountain cox that was the biggest crypto exchange at that time.

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"kunduz" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"kunduz" Discussed on The Big 98

"Lead you who dan only made a choice well here's one thing that is sane see god delivers and got a job i was working men and five dream in the nuriam armed nibs bill soon a spam and can spamming napster again lin mu screamin' ball and when he who ghanem bag no prude in gone zoos crude in kunduz when was going to be the on which you and now we're learning would you will widen the yep leaking made in this way he he's done an old the bagging greatest money radius town for new country it mm see you came back long for years you've got gals boyfriend and were we went out for drinks to find out who we should change the way any man yes same old fearless may i'll what syria's ambassador she will reading antigod down along the invest say b a baby lay be alive no man on that would you will on am and he made in his way who weighed on the great is really this town the same waived on vein the greatest story is as in the same survey me say is knees gives you hi tuesday positivie god tell me some good all right so i got a story from this moment on the lottery twice in one day she wanted thousand bucks on a scratch off and then one hundred thousand dollars later that same day lau not same we not say month both a crazy not same year old areas the same day when something so lucky average ago and that person should buy lottery ticket but she did why as you one yeah.

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"kunduz" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"kunduz" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Hey more money that is good from a consortium kunduz is one thing but also but it's still even if it's a resting it's it is guys pain a compliment right but that's that's something that needs stiff maybe they don't and that's it right they clearly don't realize tom chattha said that makes people uncomfortable maybe this will harm realize that this is not so look i mean unless you're 18 every day unless these people aim is to say is june naked women uncomfortable right if that's your goal then go forward dan you continue to concentrate on live animal your chance that they'll make love to her so they'll the idea being if you let women in you don't wanna make them uncomfortable than maybe you'll realize in reading these other things that they don't seem to be digging this right and the people who clearly don't know that they think that this is a nice thing and it's a compliment how dare how could they possibly find issue with this well guess what they do so that you know no civil madeline they don't like it and you can stop milk are jews not bad thatcher results how dare they jump in the signal that were violently rate should i mean if you have a problem resolved to ditch isasa meagre lesbian probably right right now got something wrong what are the two of the joe gas bill would so it somalia an exgirlfriend hillary in because donald back to me now mysteriously she used to she was so beautiful inches to say jews if she said oh my god i can't believe i'm going also getting through thirty two or whatever leave until i would say sabathia who beautiful how wide complaining about this when you got to be beautiful your whole life is still low right now as you would say oh yeah but i don't get the looks i used to get dragged on the street to jesus christ so there you go so you're applying away because one woman said that she was okay with the looks that means every single one is indeed bruce the pound was right laughter actor thank you very much also i shall did just get back to me.

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"kunduz" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"kunduz" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"kunduz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"kunduz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"American negotiator is less significance in the circumstances that exist in the region and they may book take advantage of a change in attitude among the saudis and some of you go for who i think are coming to recognize that uh and accept that israel is there to stay the united states kunduz real is rock solid and that they're the principal threat to them trump's not from israel but from iran's effort to obtain her gemini your control in the region particular the petroleum resources of the persian gulf in that since israel and saudi arabia are pretty much on the same lie team are thing ever guerin in many ways both have the same highest priority in their foreign policy and that is preventing iran you'd control of the region but because of the obstacles between them the prince one of which is the palestinian issue uh they are able to coordinator of its although there are many published reports of private discussions going on one of the arguments we make in the book is that were the israelis and palestinians to reach an agreement that could opened the door to regional cooperation between the israelis and not just the saudis but all of the gulf arabs it in getting together to do i iran's efforts to obtain hegemony so it makes a lot of sense for them to cooperate we further make the argument that it could be really quite revolutionary in economic terms in the region to have a cooperative effort at regional development between israel and palestinians and there was a period of time i am in an immediate aftermath of the oslo process when they were the beginnings of such cooperation and on and we believe strongly that both sides would benefit enormously from that we're talking with former centered us senator george mitchell from the state of main negotiator under the obama administration for middle east peace and author of a couple of books so we were talking about the the newest one which is a path to peace with with a launcer car and number of things i want to cover with the senator in addition to talking about the middle east and of.

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"kunduz" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"kunduz" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"And so that's that's where that's the nest for these a taleban on both sides so both the afghan talamon and the and the pakistani solemn but also others like the imu remnants of alqaeda and even today some on sought one of the branches of this socalled islamic state yeon you've written pieces recently about the need for a diplomatic surge in the need for more diplomacy always love it when uh the folks from in a senior military leaders talk about the need for more funding and support to the state department in that mission do you think that um there's a better opportunity now of getting to some sort of diplomatic negotiated end to this war with the current leadership after we finally got through the the karzai era was that a huge sticking point that just made progress uh impossible well let me just let me just back that up a little bit tony then they'll get you get your his show the shiny object here the thing that seems to gather all the attention right is the security situation and it's true that there is roughly a stalemate in the security situation with the taleban and the government forces backed by us roughly at stalemate it's also true that over the last year so we began we we've seen some slippage where the taliban's seemed to be somewhat ascendant but this is very much on the margin an and with the with only a couple exceptions the city of kunduz for example most of the toubon games gains have been very remote mountainous areas of afghanistan they have very little population they don't really.

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"kunduz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"kunduz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Taliban fighters are also launching offensives in kunduz and botic sean in the north and seven other provinces around the country for npr news i'm jennifer glass in kabul new data from the centers for disease control and prevention show that half of all female homicide victims were killed by an intimate partner npr's camilla delman oskoui has more on a report published this week that also suggest some of those deaths could have been prevented the cdc looked at more than ten thousand killings of women the researchers used more than just crime data they pulled from police and coroner reports and death certificates they found the roughly fifty percent of the time a partner or an x was the killer our that's even more often than fbi statistics suggest emeco petrovsky is an author of the report and would notable is that it this is across all racial ethnic group third it showed that incident partner violence can really affect anyone the researchers found that ten percent of the time there had been a report of domestic violence in the month before the killing petrosky says that could be an opportunity for lifesaving intervention camilo domino's cki npr news authorities in arizona have identified the remains of the ten th victim of a flash flood north of phoenix is that of hector garnida he and his family were swept away from a crowded swimming hall last saturday stena see from member station k jcc reports gernika was at a get together for his wife's birthday when the floodstruck witnesses say the waves filled with debris and was an estimated forty feet wide guernica's wife and their three small children also died in all the victims were from the same extended family the group funeral for the victims aegis to to fifty seven will be held tuesday in scottsdale from here news i'm stena sieg in phoenix firefighters in.

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