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"lauren justice" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 10 months ago

"lauren justice" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Where was their outrage in response to the genocide of the Rohingya people they've suffered for years at the hands of the military. Even though they were born there. They've lived in me and more for generations. You mentioned on some Souci, of course, her reputation as you said, being tarnished for not responding to that oppression of the road Ninja has that affected how the rest of the world is responding. Absolutely because essentially on sans Souci in order to become the day facto leader sided with a very ugly strain off nationalism on Buddhist show organism, anti Muslim show organism, A lot of Buddhist Amongst have been involved in this. Ah, lot of Burmese from Myanmar will tell you that right ginger and nothing to do with them. They're immigrants who came the result of the British Empire a very long time ago. The world is a messy place. There are people who are liberal Democrats who hate a military genter. But who also racist and show Venice and I wish the world wrote were less messy place, but I think we need to fix on the fact that at least we can say with confidence that the same people massacring the rich ginger just caused a coup, and we have to try and bend are at our minds, too. Trying to put some pressure on them. Under the theme of the world is a messy place. Meanwhile, there was a protest in Poland that also caught America's attention this week. Independent media outlets blacked out their screens and their pages on Wednesday to protest a new advertising tax, they say is an attack on press freedom. David bring us up to speed what's going on there in Poland? So Poland is one of the classic countries. You remember that solidarity protests and Lech Walesa, You know, a place where you know the Soviet yoke was thrown off. Since then, it has become one of the country's along with, say, Hungary, particularly where a liberal democratic governments are stretching the definition of what it means to be a democracy on Lauren Justice, the very hardline very conservative. Ruling party since 2015 has decided in the name off funding the health system.

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"lauren justice" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:00 min | 10 months ago

"lauren justice" Discussed on KPCC

"Where was their outrage in response to the genocide of the ro hinge of people they've suffered for years at the hands of the military. Even though they were born there. They've lived in Myanmar for generations. You mentioned on some Souci, of course, her reputation as you said, being tarnished for not responding to that oppression of the road Ninja has that affected how the rest of the world is responding. Absolutely because essentially on San Souci in order to become the day facto leader sided with a very ugly strain off nationalism on Buddhist show organism, anti Muslim show organism, A lot of Buddhist Amongst have been involved in this. Ah, lot of Burmese from me and marble tell you that you're a ginger and nothing to do with them. They're immigrants who came a zoo result of the British Empire a very long time ago. The world is a messy place. There are people who are liberal Democrats who hate a military genter. But who also racist and show Venice and I wish the world wrote were less messy place, but I think we need to fix on the fact that at least we can say with confidence that the same people Massacring the rich ginger just caused a coup and we have to try and bend or read our minds to trying to put some pressure on them. Under the theme of the world is a messy place. Meanwhile, there was a protest in Poland that also caught America's attention This week. Independent media outlets blacked out their screens and their pages on Wednesday to protest a new advertising tax, they say is an attack on press freedom. David bring us up to speed what's going on there in Poland? So Poland is one of the classic countries. You remember that solidarity protests and Lech Walesa. You know, a place where you know the Soviet yoke was thrown off. Since then, it has become one of the country's along with, say, Hungary, particularly where a liberal Democratic governments are stretching the definition of what it means to be a democracy on Lauren Justice, the very hardline very conservative ruling party since 2015 has decided in the name off funding the health system during this current covered.

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"lauren justice" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"lauren justice" Discussed on KCRW

"Edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King and I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning distance learning in the pandemic. Highlights of problem that experts have warned about For years. Some students have good access to the Internet. And others do not. It's called the digital divide. Many districts are about to start the school year with Mohr distance learning. So how can they narrow that Divide? Rachel Martin spoke with Nicole Turner Lee, who studies it. When you look back at those two, sometimes three months that that students in this country were doing distance learning what what worked and what didn't You know, I think generally I am in agreement with some of the folks that have looked at this short period of time is ah, somewhat of an abject failure for our Children. What worked was that you know, schools had the attention of their households to figure out what to do during a time of crisis. What didn't work was at schools were not necessarily all ready to move to an online solution, particularly when they assess the equity challenges of who had broadband and who did not. We know that they were probably about 12 to 15 million students that did not have access at all. And in those households that were low income, they were proud. About 32 35% of those students who did not have access to multiple devices. So what now? How do we make that better? You know, I think it's important for schools to sort of put together what I call a 21st century remote access blueprints. What we found out from schools is that they had very little data about who was connected with in their districts or around the proximity of the school. I think once they have that data, and they determined that, you know. Hey, this provider is in our community. Maybe that provider doesn't have access to on open hot spot. Then it's up to the school district. To start thinking about that. What do we do about those blind spots? So example in in ST Louis that didn't think about the fact that many of their students on free or reduced price lunched lived in public housing. And so as a result of that, there was never a conversation to go directly to the public housing property manager and say, Hey, can you open up an unlicensed WiFi hot spot so that our kids who live here can get access? Instead, we saw schools and libraries become what some have now coin digital parking lives where people would pull up because the library fortunate was able to bolster its signal, and schools were able to broadcast out their wireless, maybe three or 400 feet. It. Is that really sustainable? I mean, just seems totally untenable. Tohave. These families you know, crammed with their kids in a car in a parking lot of a library to just do their basic homework assignments. Oh, no, I agree. I think that at first it was exciting, but it gets old. We have to look at where these blind spots were in the last 2 to 3 months and reimagine education re Imagine learning communities can we actually take a bacon space and, Ah, you know a small storefront retail community and actually bring a classroom. Or to classrooms to that space to keep those youth sort of together, right? Can we actually think about partnering with a non profit organization or church that maybe in the middle of a rural, urban or suburban community where kid does not have access to walk to a local library and maybe create a mesh network in that sense? What do you need from the federal government To make that happen? You know, I'd like to think that moving forward. We may think about a national appropriation the same way we think about our food nutrition centers right and how we give food to the needy through the staff program or the town of program. The challenges you know, those are all very partisan in terms of changes in leadership affect that, But we need to do something different to ensure that when we have these types of Breakdowns that schools are not sort of running around themselves, trying to figure it out by themselves that they can tap into resource is that allow them to solve these types of problems. Nicole turn early with the Brookings Institution. She studied digital divides an education for decades. We so appreciate your time in perspective on this. Thank you. Thank you Feel much. Poland's conservative incumbent President Andre Duda has won a second term. It was a bitterly fought election and the opposition might well dispute the results here's asked me Nicholson Speaking to journalists this morning, Poland's electoral commission announced that Andre Duda received 51.2% of the vote, narrowly beating Rafael Tarkovsky, who got 48.8%. Votes is still being counted, but the electoral commission says any variation and numbers will be slight and won't alter the final outcome. Judah greeted supporters in the early hours of this morning. Duda enjoys the backing of Poland's governing right wing Lauren Justice Party. He led a campaign heavily dominated by homophobia rhetoric in which he promised to defend quote Catholic family values. His opponent, Rafay Trickovski, is mayor of Waterfall, Poland's capital and largest city of 80 comes out both girl. Appearing before supporters he didn't concede as a pro European who's culturally more liberal. Trajkovski's campaign promised to unite the country by bringing back balance and tolerance to Polish politics. Under Duda, the governing right wing Lauren Justice Party can continue strengthening its grip on the court system and public media policies that Trickovski pledged to veto as the results reflect Poland's presidential campaign was exceptionally divisive Duda who denounced the LGBTQ rights movement as an ideology worse than communism. Garnered support from the government and the Catholic Church. State television also sided with Duda, alleging that Schakowsky does not have polish interests at heart. And it revived Poland's fraught history of anti Semitism, accusing him of promoting Jewish concerns. Trajkovski's party, the opposition Civic Platform Group, says it's looking into potential cases of electoral misconduct. Such as registration problems. A missing postal banish papers for NPR news. I'm as me, Nicholson been burned. Thank you for listening to us on your local member station. You can.

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"lauren justice" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"lauren justice" Discussed on KCRW

"Look, it's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King and I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning distance learning in the pandemic. Highlights of problem that experts have warned about For years. Some students have good access to the Internet. And others do not. It's called the digital divide. Many districts are about to start the school year with Mohr distance learning. So how can they narrow that Divide? Rachel Martin spoke with Nicole Turner Lee, who studies it. When you look back at those two, sometimes three months that that students in this country were doing distance learning what what worked and what didn't You know, I think generally I am in agreement with some of the folks that have looked at this short period of time is ah, somewhat of an abject failure for our Children. What worked was that you know, schools had the attention of their households to figure out what to do during a time of crisis. What didn't work was at schools were not necessarily ready to move to an online solution, particularly when they assess the equity challenges of who had broadband and who did not. We know that they were probably about 12 to 15 million students that did not have access at all. And in those households that were low income, they were proud. About 32 35% of those students who did not have access to multiple devices. So what now? How do we make that better? You know, I think it's important for schools to sort of put together what I call a 21st century remote access blueprints. What we found out from schools is that they had very little data about who was connected with in their districts or around the proximity of a school. I think once they have that data, and they determined that, you know. Hey, this provider is in our community. Maybe that provider doesn't have access to on open hot spot. Then it's up to the school district. To start thinking about them. What do we do about those blind spots? So example in in ST Louis that didn't think about the fact that many of their students on free or reduced price lunched lived in public housing. And so as a result of that, there was never a conversation to go directly to the public housing property manager and say, Hey, can you open up an unlicensed WiFi hot spot so that our kids who live here can get access? Instead, we saw schools and libraries become what some have now coin digital parking lives where people would pull up because the library fortunate was able to bolster its signal, and schools were able to broadcast out their wireless, maybe three or 400 feet. It. Is that really sustainable? I mean, just seems totally untenable. Tohave. These families you know, crammed with their kids in a car in a parking lot of a library to just do their basic homework assignments. Oh, no, I agree. I think that at first it was exciting, but it gets old. We have to look at where these blind spots were in the last 2 to 3 months and reimagine education re Imagine learning communities can we actually take a bacon space and, Ah, you know a small storefront retail community and actually bring a classroom. Or to classrooms to that space to keep those youth sort of together, right? Can we actually think about partnering with a non profit organization or church that maybe in the middle of a rural, urban or suburban community where kid does not have access to walk to a local library and maybe create a mesh network in that sense? What do you need from the federal government To make that happen? You know, I'd like to think that moving forward. We may think about a national appropriation the same way we think about our food nutrition centers right and how we give food to the needy through the stat program or the town of program. The challenges you know, those are all very partisan in terms of changes in leadership affect that, But we need to do something different to ensure that when we have these types of Breakdowns that schools are not sort of running around themselves, trying to figure it out by themselves that they can tap into resource is that allow them to solve these types of problems. Nicole turn early with the Brookings Institution. She studied digital divides an education for decades. We so appreciate your time in perspective on this. Thank you. Thank you Feel much. Poland's conservative incumbent President Andre Duda has won a second term. It was a bitterly fought election and the opposition might well dispute the results here's asked me Nicholson Speaking to journalists this morning, Poland's electoral commission announced that Andre Duda received 51.2% of the vote, narrowly beating Rafael Trickovski, who got 48.8%. Votes is still being counted, but the electoral commission says any variation and numbers will be slight and won't alter the final outcome. Judah greeted supporters in the early hours of this morning. Duda enjoys the backing of Poland's governing right wing Lauren Justice Party. He led a campaign heavily dominated by homophobia rhetoric in which he promised to defend quote Catholic family values. His opponent, Rafay Trickovski, is mayor of Waterfall, Poland's capital and largest city. Chaturvedi comes out both Appearing before supporters he didn't concede as a pro European who's culturally more liberal. Trajkovski's campaign promised to unite the country by bringing back balance and tolerance to Polish politics. Under Duda, the governing right wing Lauren Justice Party can continue strengthening its grip on the court system and public media policies that Trickovski pledged to veto as the results reflect Poland's presidential campaign was exceptionally divisive Duda who denounced the LGBTQ rights movement as an ideology worse than communism. Garnered support from the government and the Catholic Church. State television also sided with Duda, alleging that Schakowsky does not have polish interests at heart, and it revived Poland's fraught history of anti Semitism, accusing him of promoting Jewish concerns. Trajkovski's party. The opposition Civic Platform Group, says it's looking into potential cases of electoral misconduct such as registration problems. A missing postal banish papers for NPR news. I'm as me Nicholson in bundles. Thank you for listening.

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"lauren justice" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"lauren justice" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Noelle King and I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning distance learning in the pandemic. Highlights of problem that experts have warned about For years. Some students have good access to the Internet. And others do not. It's called the digital divide. Many districts are about to start the school year with Mohr distance learning. So how can they narrow that Divide? Rachel Martin spoke with Nicole Turner Lee, who studies it. When you look back at those two, sometimes three months that that students in this country were doing distance learning what what worked and what didn't You know, I think generally I am in agreement with some of the folks that have looked at this short period of time is ah, somewhat of an abject failure for our Children. What worked was that you know, schools had the attention of their households to figure out what to do during a time of crisis. What didn't work was at schools were not necessarily ready to move to an online solution, particularly when they assessed the equity challenges of who had broadband and who did not. We know that they were probably about 12 to 15 million students that did not have access at all. And in those households that were low income, they were proud. About 32 35% of those students who did not have access to multiple devices. So what now? How do we make that better? You know, I think it's important for schools to sort of put together what I call a 21st century remote access blueprints. What we found out from schools is that they had very little data about who was connected with in their districts or around the proximity of a school. I think once they have that data, and they determined that, you know, Hey, this provider is in our community. Maybe that provider doesn't have access to on open hot spot. Then it's up to the school district to start thinking about that. What do we do about those blind spots? So example in in ST Louis that didn't think about the fact that many of their students on free or reduced price lunched lived in public housing. And so as a result of that, there was never a conversation to go directly to the public housing property manager and say, Hey, can you open up an unlicensed WiFi hot spot so that our kids who live here can get access. Instead, we saw schools and libraries become what some have now coin digital parking lots where people would pull up because the library fortunate was able to bolster its signal, and schools were able to broadcast out their wireless, maybe three or 400 feet. It. Is that really sustainable? I mean, just seems totally untenable. Tohave, these families crammed with their kids in a car in a parking lot of a library to just do their basic homework assignments. Oh, no, I agree. I think that at first it was exciting, but it gets old. We have to look at where these blind spots were in the last 2 to 3 months and reimagine education re Imagine learning communities can we actually take a bacon space and, Ah, you know a small storefront retail community and actually bring a classroom. Our two classrooms to that space to keep those youth sort of together, right? Can we actually think about partnering with a non profit organization or church that maybe in the middle of a rural, urban or suburban community where kid does not have access to walk to a local library and maybe create a mesh network in that sense? What do you need from the federal government To make that happen? You know, I'd like to think that moving forward. We may think about a national appropriation the same way we think about our food nutrition centers right and how we give food to the needy through the stat program or the town of program. The challenges you know, those are all very partisan in terms of changes in leadership affect that, But we need to do something different to ensure that when we have these types of Breakdowns that schools are not sort of running around themselves, trying to figure it out by themselves that they can tap into resource is that allow them to solve these types of problems. Nicole turn early with the Brookings Institution. She studied digital divides in education for decades. We so appreciate your time and perspective on this. Thank you. Thank you. Film us. Poland's conservative incumbent president Ahn Drea Duda has won a second term. It was a bitterly fought election and the opposition might well dispute the results here's asked me Nicholson Speaking to journalists this morning, Poland's electoral commission announced that Andre Duda received 51.2% of the vote, narrowly beating Rafael Tarkovsky, who got 48.8%. Votes is still being counted, but the electoral commission says any variation and numbers will be slight and won't alter the final outcome. Duda greeted supporters in the early hours of this morning. Doodah enjoys the backing of Poland's governing right wing Lauren Justice Party. He led a campaign heavily dominated by homophobia rhetoric in which he promised to defend quote Catholic family values. His opponent, Rafay Trickovski is mayor of Waterfall, Poland's capital and largest City Ave. Becomes our both appearing before supporters he didn't concede. As a pro European who's culturally more liberal. Trajkovski's campaign promised to unite the country. Bringing back balance and tolerance to Polish politics. Under Duda, the governing right wing Lauren Justice Party can continue strengthening its grip on the court system and public media policies that trick off so he pledged to veto As the results reflect Poland's presidential campaign was exceptionally divisive. Duda, who denounced the LGBTQ rights movement as an ideology worse than communism, garnered support from the government and the Catholic Church. State television also sided with Duda, alleging that Schakowsky does not have polish interests at heart, and it revived Poland's fraught history of anti Semitism..

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"lauren justice" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"lauren justice" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News is next. Live from NPR news on trial. Snyder Global Corona virus Case numbers have set a new daily record, according to a report by the World Health Organization, the number of confirmed cases over a 24 hour period yesterday top 230,000 including more than 66,000 in the United States. NPR's Jeff Bromfield Well, the official W H o number probably underestimates the total number of new Corona virus cases each day. Still, it's an indicator of where things are going with this pandemic, and at the moment it appears to be growing fairly quickly. With the rise in Corona virus cases globally, Florida has reported the highest single day jump in the United States. Florida yesterday reported more than 15,000 new cases. That number exceeds New York speak when it was the epicenter of the outbreak back in April amid the debate over reopening schools mid August is the earliest at Arizona. K through 12 schools can start in person instruction under a June executive order. But a growing number of educators doubt the Corona virus crisis in the state will be under control by then from member station KGC See Rosie or a Nando's reports. Education groups are urging Arizona governor Doug Ducey to further delay the start of schools to October. This is as a state continues to see a surgeon covert 19 cases. Phoenix teacher Stacey Brushes is one of them. I don't want to be the teacher that gets cold it and have my third graders have to attend my funeral. But I also don't want to be the teacher that has to go to one of my students, Funerals. The Republican governor has previously said he would reevaluate his August target date for school reopening, if necessary for NPR news. I'm Rocio Hernandez in Phoenix A federal appeals court has ruled that the first federal execution and 17 years may proceed as scheduled today. But family members of the victims of 47 year old Daniel Lewis lease say they plan to take their case to the Supreme Court. Family members say they would be a high risk for the Corona virus if they traveled to a 10 Lee's execution to Poland. Now president Entree. Duda has won a second term by just a shy of 3% points following a tight race in the second round of the elections. But as me Nicholson report's due, his challenger is questioning the result. Ellen's electoral commission says Andrea Duda received 51.2% of the vote, narrowly beating Rafael Trickovski. We've got 48.8%. Boats are still being counted. But the electoral commission says thes won't change the results significantly. Thiss means Poland's governing right wing Lauren Justice party, with whom Duda is closely allied, can continue its judicial reforms, which has been criticized by the U, as anti Democratic. Rafay Trajkovski's party. The opposition Civic Platform Group, says they're gathering information about a variety of voting irregularities, which reportedly include registration problems are missing postal ballot papers For NPR news. I'm Ismay Nicholson in Berlin and you're listening to NPR news. The Navy now says 21 people were hospitalized with minor injuries stemming from an explosion and fire on board a ship at Naval Base SAN Diego. A brief statement from a Navy spokesman says those injured include 17 sailors and four civilians. A fire broke out yesterday morning. On the USS Bonham Rashard and raged for hours. Starting this week, the Census Bureau is getting ready to send doored knockers to make in person visits to homes that have not yet filled out forms for the 2020 cents NPR's Hansi Lo long reports of bureau, still collecting census responses from households online over the phone and threw the mail in person. Home visits for the 2020 senses are set to start on July 16th in Idaho, Maine, West Virginia, as well as parts of Louisiana, Missouri and Oklahoma. Census Bureau is associate director for the count..

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"lauren justice" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"lauren justice" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR News on trial. Snyder Global Corona virus case numbers have set a new daily record, according to a report by the World Health Organization. A number of confirmed cases over a 24 hour period yesterday top 230,000 including more than 66,000 in the United States. NPR's Jeff Brown feel well. The official w tone number probably underestimates the total number of new coronavirus cases each day. Still, it's an indicator of where things are going with this pandemic, and at the moment it appears to be growing fairly quickly. With the rise in Khurana virus cases globally, Florida has reported the highest single day jump in the United States. Florida yesterday reported more than 15,000 new cases. That number exceeds New York speak when it was the epicenter of the outbreak back in April. Amid the debate over re opening schools mid August is the earliest at Arizona. K through 12 schools can start in person instruction under a June executive order, But a growing number of educators doubt the Corona virus crisis in the state will be under control by them. From member station KGC. See Hernandez reports. Education groups are urging Arizona governor Doug Ducey to further delay the start of schools to October. This is as a state continues to see a surgeon covert 19 cases. Phoenix teacher Stacey Brushes is one of them. I don't want to be the teacher that gets cold and have my third graders have to attend my funeral. But I also don't want to be the teacher that has to go to one of my students, Funerals. The Republican governor has previously said he would reevaluate his August target date for school reopening, if necessary for NPR News CEO Hernandez in Phoenix A federal appeals court has ruled that the first federal execution and 17 years may proceed as scheduled today. But family members of the victims of 47 year old Daniel Lewis lease say they plan to take their case to the Supreme Court. Family members say they would be a high risk for the Corona virus if they traveled to a 10 Lee's execution. To Poland. Now President Entree. Duda has won a second term by just a shy of 3% points following a tight race in the second round of the elections. But as me Nicholson report's But his challenger is questioning the result. Poland's electoral commission says Andrea Duda received 51.2% of the vote, narrowly beating Rafael Trickovski. We've got 48.8% votes is still being counted, but the electoral commission says thes won't change the results. Significantly. Thiss means Poland's governing right wing Lauren Justice Party, with whom Duda is closely allied. Can continue its judicial reforms, which has been criticized by the U. As anti Democratic Trajkovski's party. The opposition Civic Platform Group says they're gathering information about a variety of voting irregularities, which reportedly include registration problems on missing postal ballot papers. For NPR news. I'm Ismay Nicholson in Berlin and you're listening to NPR news. The Navy now says 21 people were hospitalized with minor injuries stemming from an explosion and fire on board a ship at Naval Base SAN Diego. A brief statement from a Navy spokesman says those injured include 17 sailors and four civilians. A fire broke out yesterday morning. On the USS Bonham Rashard and raged for hours. Starting this week, The Census Bureau is getting ready to send your knockers to make in person visits to homes that have not yet filled out forms for the 2020 census. NPR's Hansi Lo long reports of bureau, still collecting census responses from households online over the phone and threw the mail in person. Home visits for the 2020 senses are set to start on July 16th in Idaho, Maine, West Virginia, as well as parts of Louisiana, Missouri and Oklahoma..

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Poland's judicial reforms put EU membership at risk, warns top court

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:39 min | 2 years ago

Poland's judicial reforms put EU membership at risk, warns top court

"Poland's Supreme Court says the judicial reforms proposed by the country's right wing. Government are in violation of EU rules. And and could mean that oiseaux would be forced to leave the block well on the line from also Christian Davies. WHO's a journalist in Poland Chris? Thanks for for joining us. What are the proposed reforms that the government wants to push through what I think the important background? This is earlier. This in in the altern and the European Court of Justice issued a ruling saying that a body had been taken over by the Polish government am and had his loyalist Putin which which appoints punish judges had to be assessed by The Polish sue prem- cool to it helps to decide whether the judges in the the members of that body were appointed properly or not and and The Supreme Court of Potent then ruled that these People appointing judges would not am We're not legally appointed and what the government is now. Doing is responding by saying that police judges are not allowed allowed to declare other Polish judges illegally. Appoint judges as having as not being properly appointed and so the government is essentially doing is telling Polish judges that they're not allowed to criticize the illegal appointments of government loyalists am which is a escalation of the battle is being going on for several years The second point is at which is what the head of the Supreme Court was really referring to when she said that pardons that place in the EU is under threat was In order to preempt the fact that the European justice has been issuing rulings against will the pump has been doing with its own judiciary The Polish government wants to make it illegal for police. Judges to apply European law directly. They must instead Referred the question to the constitutional tribunal which is itself controlled by government lawyers. So what they're trying to do to shut down any avenues of not just descent but all the other court's ruling lead doing as legal so there's no actual mechanism for expelling an e you member so if the ruling Lauren Justice is this party doesn't back down on this. What happens next well at oversee it would be completely unprecedented? I think am him. What the head of the Polish cold is saying She's not saying it would be immediate. It would be instant that potent will be thrown out. She's he's actually just pointing out something which has been the case for a long time. which is The changes in the Polish judiciary giving the ruling party direct control. All of opposed judges are simply incompatible with the requirements of European law of European membership am at that is is already the case it would be even more stock if this legislation to go through and the comes a point when you can't Violate the basic conditions of of membership forever. So she simply saying that and the situation. The long-term is untenable which I think is correct and but no one has really got round around two to thinking what the consequence might be. Everyone I think both in Poland and in Brussels a hoping this will this issue would just go away. But it hasn't and I don't think it will I mean is the government likely to back down. Well people have been hoping especially I think in the European Commission and the that member states at every stage at the government will back down but actually this process started in the in around December. Twenty fifteen. So it's been going for four years and people have been talking about whether the Polish government might back down and for four years and they haven't so am I don't see why they would but now I mean one possible course of action for the e us to to not allow parents have voting rights. Well the mechanism the M depriving voting rights requires unanimity in the European Council which they weren't get and the the commission and the member states it's sort of went halfway up this path during the last commission and then realized they didn't have the political support to complete as they found themselves stranded so the next sort of way of doing it could be to restrict a funding through the next budget process but of course post war Poland has done quite cynically but quite cleverly is to a hold up the budget process on climate change. So am a potent knows that it's it may get less money over the over the judicial issue. And so what they're trying to do is demand more money on the climate issue needed to compensate for. It said what they're doing. The thing is dragging in all these other issues in order to make it extremely complicated and to make any effective action much much more difficult. I mean an the U. member since two thousand and four and it is a major beneficiary of e you funds. How does the majority of citizens Polish citizens feel about membership? Well if you am. Nearly every bit of survey data polling data suggests at very high support plus for leaving in in many surveys the highest level of support you membership in the of any member of the EU. The problem is not so much that people in principle The support meme should the the. It's the the Polish people have now twice elected a government which does not share at basic liberal democratic mctighe values which underpin the European Union so at which is why these Control see why these fights keep keep coming up so so even if one hundred percent of Poles wanted to stay member of the EU you can only violates the fundamental European values and laws for so long and that's what the the head of the Supreme Court was trying to say. Do you think finally we could see some kind of brexit contagion. I mean his Poland lightly to leave leave voluntarily. I don't think so simply because there's no public appetite title for it and a lot of Polish as people at whatever. The views on the judiciary don't really believe that there's any imminent threat opponent leaving the European and I think that's correct. I don't think the threat is imminent because it would be such a catastrophe and in many ways worse Problem for the EU than in Britain leaving. And but I I can't see any resolution to this quickly and it's it's been going on for many many years and it may be that supported. The government may start to reach this conclusion that they can't actually implement that program. They want which is actually a restoration of a form of authoritarianism opponent as long as you members visit and that is true at whether they drool the natural conclusion and start to advocate. Leaving Is another question but for now they Rather trying to do is simply to comment discontent discontent with the EU but not necessarily to support departure but that's a very dangerous game to play Christian. Thank you very much. Indeed that's Christian Davies. Speaking to us from

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"Your listening to the A. P. digital news network there are trust issues when it comes to how journalists go about their business according to a new study A. P. entertainment editor us schools Gabriel has a look at the numbers the bottom line of the pew research center study the more you like president Donald Trump the less you like the news media the study suggest a strong correlation between the level of support for trump and negative feelings about journalists the study says seventeen percent of Republicans who somewhat approve of tribe say they believe journalists have very low ethical standards well twelve percent of the never trump Republicans agreed but forty percent of Republicans who strongly approve a trump se reporters have very low ethical standards another forty five percent say that journalists standard to a low though not very low I'm not squirrels Gabriel in a move likely to please the U. S. Norway's biggest wireless carrier is ending its cooperation with the Chinese tech giant qual wait after decades telling those chosen Sweden's Ericsson to supply part of its new five G. network although it said it will continue to use its existing quality equipment as it transitions to the new network over the next four to five years wireless companies often prefer who away because of its reputation for cheap reliable gear but U. S. officials warning allies that the company can be used to help facilitate spying by China's communist leaders allegations the company has consistently denied new restrictions on judges in Poland a causing concern among human rights groups Poland's right wing ruling party has drafted legislation allowing for disciplinary measures against judges who criticized the Lauren justice governments judicial over the hole the ruling party says it seeking to manage a corrupt group of judges that has become too engaged in politics one provision would make judges eligible for dismissal if they attempt to scrutinize the credentials of a fellow jurist in line with the ruling by the European Court of justice a former justice in Poland's constitutional tribunal set the law would introduce terra among judges I'm Ben Thomas with AP news minute North Korea says it's performed the second test in a week and its long range rocket launch site north Korea's army says findings will be used to develop new weapons to allow the country to reliably counter U. S. nuclear threats that's being seen as an indication the tests likely involve intercontinental ballistic missiles that could potentially reach the US North Korea has been trying to pressure the trump administration for concessions with leader Kim jong-un's year end deadline for nuclear negotiations approaching international climate talks in Madrid appear to be floundering over disagreements and observers warn delegates risk on doing or stalling commitments made in the two thousand fifteen Paris climate accord Alden Meyer is with the union of concerned scientists never have I seen the almost total disconnection we've seen here a cop twenty five in Madrid between what the science requires on the people of the world demand and what the climate negotiators are delivering in terms of meaningful action Mississippi's governor says he will ask the US Supreme Court to uphold the state's ban on abortion and fifteen weeks about comes a day after a federal appeals court ruled the ban unconstitutional supporters have been aiming for the Supreme Court all along hoping it could lead to the overturn of roe versus Wade which legalized abortion rights nationwide so good luck with president trump visited the army locker room before the one hundred and twenty eighth edition of the army navy game armies black.

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"New restrictions on judges in Poland a causing concern among human rights groups Poland's right wing ruling party has drafted legislation allowing for disciplinary measures against judges who criticized the Lauren justice governments judicial over whole the ruling party says it seeking to manage a corrupt group of judges that has become too engaged in politics one provision would make judges eligible for dismissal if they attempt to scrutinize the credentials of a fellow jurist in line with the ruling by the European Court of justice a former justice in Poland's constitutional tribunal set the law would introduce terra among judges political candidates will be easier to spot on Twitter ms brings back special labels to help users identify accounts it first use the labels in last year's mid terms of candidates using blue check marks to indicate Twitter's check that they are who they say they are the new election labels go further and provide details such as what office a person's right for and where no also carry a small ballot box icon the labels will appear on candidates accounts and tweets even if they're retweeted by someone else there aren't enough tickets to meet demand at next year's Tokyo Paralympics there were three point one million tickets requested in the first lottery but only two point three million tickets are available about six hundred thousand tickets were given out in the first lottery and another lottery is set for early next year London is the benchmark for the Paralympics with two point seven million tickets sold Tokyo would far surpassed that if there were greater stadium capacity the Paralympics will open two and a half weeks after the Olympics close the Tokyo Olympics run July twenty fourth through August ninth followed by the Paralympics opening on August twenty fifth two articles of impeachment against president trump abuse of power and obstruction of Congress sent to the full house by the Judiciary Committee resolution as amended resorted reported favorably to the house a house vote is expected next week approval also expected resulting in a trial early next year in the Senate Republican more majority there is not likely to convict president trump that raises questions about the impact the impeachment may have a next November's elections Ben Thomas with more it started a long time ago probably before I came down the escalator president trump claims Democrats have been trying to set him up for impeachment for years but he says it's backfiring the polls have gone through the roof for drop because people especially with independent voters and especially in swing states I could show you numbers that nobody's ever seen numbers like this before can Congress woman Camilla giant ball among those not buying it we're going to win the election of Donald Trump is running to Washington Democrats is it's not just impeachment charges but disrespectful behavior and cruel policies she predicts will do a man those policy differences are for the election of he ends up running I believe will win Ben Thomas Washington the president cancelled plans to impose new terra someone on the sixty billion dollars worth of Chinese imports as part of an agreement that de escalate to seventeen month trade war with China U. S. also reducing existing import tariffs on about a hundred twelve billion dollars in Chinese goods from fifteen percent to seven and a half percent Craig Allen president the US China business council says the agreement includes China honoring intellectual property right the Chinese have been strengthening their intellectual property rights regime pretty significantly over the last eighteen months and so we have seen considerable progress and we look forward very much to what the details of the specific agreement will be this is a P. news the democratic party's National Committee is in a bind when it comes the next presidential candidates debate a labor dispute could disrupt the democratic presidential debate planned for next Thursday in Los Angeles all of the candidates scheduled to take part say they will not cross picket lines at Loyola Marymount university a labor union called unite here local eleven says it's been negotiating since March on the collective bargaining agreement for one hundred fifty cooks dishwashers cashiers and servers who work on the campus loyal American out says it is not a party to the contract negotiations scheduled to take part in the debate are Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders Amy clubbers sharp Pete booted judge Thomas tire and Andrew yet hi Mike Crossey Danny I yellow who began acting in his thirty starred was share in moonstruck and played in New York tough guy and every man here years.

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"As you moved up to number two in the Associated Press college football poll that gives the Southeastern Conference the top two teams in the country putting the Tigers behind number one Alabama less than a month before they meet in Tuscaloosa the Tigers jumped from number five past number three Clemson and number four Ohio state after beating Florida in a match up of unbeaten teams Saturday night Ellis you receive twelve first place votes in the AP top twenty five presented by regions bank while Alabama received thirty first place votes and his number one for the third consecutive week Oklahoma was number five and Wisconsin became the first new team to crack the top six after Georgia suffered the biggest upset of the season so far the Bulldogs dropped from number three to number ten after losing at home to South Carolina in double overtime ban state moved up to number seven Florida's loss at all as you cross the ninth ranked Gators two spots and now they're number nine Notre Dame was number eight two spots ahead of number ten Georgia which won a close game at home against the Irish last month nearly complete results in Poland's weekend election confirm the conservative ruling party Lauren justice capitalized on its popular social spending policies and social conservatism Poland state electoral commission reported on Monday that Lauren justice got nearly forty five percent of the vote up from thirty eight percent in twenty fifteen the results point to Lauren justice majority in parliament the centrist civic coalition party is running second with almost twenty seven percent well the left wing alliance is trailing with twelve percent is moving forces toward its northern border A. P. isn't Charles Taylor does more reports the move comes as Turkey continues its military offensive not far away service to stay to news agency says troops into tab car as they move north against Turkish forces in the country Tucker had been run by the Islamic state group and is on the road to the city of Rucka which was I. S. these date back to capital until it lost both in twenty seventeen the move tool Top Gun and nearby villages comes a day off to serious codes say Syrian government forces had agreed to help him fend off Turkey's invasion that's a major shift in alliances as U. S. troops withdraw from the northern border area I'm Charleston S. my eighteen radio news I'm timid wired to hundred thousand dollar bond has been set for a white former fort worth police officer jailed in.

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"Me he had monkey chance as he warmed up even before kickoff it was clear in the first half of this game that England were not prepared to let it pass whether someone said something to hurricane hurricane is reported it to the the referee I'm not entirely sure but we just have to delay in place yeah so intense discussions plays management and officials warning was given of the stadium not speak is telling supporters the referee mark suspend the match it was too there were **** salutes in the ground the section of home supporters did depart England discussed at halftime if they should play on they did they won emphatically and Tyrone Ming's feels it was the right response everybody had the chance this is a point and I could hear it clear as day at times but luckily for me it doesn't affect me too much I mean I feel more sorry for the people who fell a have to have a opinion and and make those comments about proud of how we responded to it and that we took the appropriate steps and ultimately came through the game sounds great the manager has openly admitted that English football has its own issues with racism to address he was proud of the way the team responded here we feel we've made a big statement I don't think any international game is being stopped in that way so we've highlighted an area that is hugely important for everybody around the world and remarkably given what they've been through my plays walk off the pitch with huge smiles on their faces and in the end all that matters to me is them as a group in Sofia England demonstrated the confidence to stand up to racism of football's authorities must surely follow UA for had closed a few thousand seats at the stadium as punishment for previous offenses it made absolutely no difference Joe Wilson in the ball Gary and capital hundreds of thousands of lives could be saved by using a cheap and widely available drug to treat traumatic brain injuries according to a new study research published in the lancet suggests that chronic Samick acido TX say can significantly improve some patients chances of survival if given quickly on global health correspondent chewed it must not reports almost seventy million people around the world suffer with brain trauma every year and there are very few treatment options available for patients but this research by the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine suggests an already widely available affordable drug could cut deaths by as much as a fifth for some patients if it's given within three hours of injury tronic stomach acid works by stopping bleeding in and around the brain it's given intravenously with an injection service such as say it could be relatively easily adopted and low and middle income countries the study involved more than twelve thousand people from almost thirty countries and was most effective for people with mild and moderate trauma no clear benefit for scene in the most severe cases the World Health Organization says it will evaluate the findings and consider whether to recommend to excite for brain injuries Janet Maslin one price but to win is in front of the rules this year's Booker prize has been awarded to two of the six shortlisted books Margaret Atwood's the testaments and Bennett it very stays go women other Margaret Atwood at seventy nine became the oldest winner and Indian Benedek every start the first black woman to claim the prize arts correspondent Vincent out awesome both if they were surprised at the result first miss every step did you not see my face absolutely yes didn't notice so I was completely surprised to win the prize is amazing to share is Margaret Atwood is amazing but as he is it the first time you've won a really big award this is the biggest award of one for so I can listen MBA but that's not quite the same as an ana is a photo of you in the book you like you might be wearing doc martens he'll definitely like these thirty years ago or whatever when you look at that do you think how on earth did I ever get to this point or does it seem a natural progression my god it's not a natural progression I would never have thought I would have the career that I have you can't see that far when you're young you know I was not to then I became a writer and I still felt very much on the outside and then I was published by Penguin in that change things a bit and now this incredible kind of stamp of approval for both of you what turned you into being a writer because when we look at it from this end I think it's natural but it wasn't natural for you when you about twenty I'm actually rather foolishly decided I was going to be a writer when I was sixteen and that was candid in the fifties and nobody was a writer I meant that decision out of ignorance of if I'd known how hard it was I probably would not have done it I started writing through thing it's a because there were no place for us to perform as that women so I started writing plays with that women so in the theater have things improved in terms of diversity and the literature in publishing rather have things improved to a degree but not as much we're still not getting truly dark S. literature as a level at which we should be and there is a still mainly run by white men but I think things have changed a lot in the last forty years for show people need to open their eyes to different voices different stories and be very careful about who they choose to just prices in order to make sure all that they are as inclusive as they can be Margaret you get twenty five thousand times that's very nice at what you gonna do with it it's my belief at this moment in history especially with the climate crisis that in North America and Canada where I'm from we need to move indigenous people ten in the center of nature's derringer so I'm putting it into something I'd already started which is a scholarship for indigenous students and environmental studies and it's run through an organization called end this fire and it's named after a friend of mine who dine called change harassing Dennis using the judges might have been thinking at some level about sharing things meeting people halfway my personal opinion is that prizes I shed or a good thing because the love is spread to a mall people are rewarded for the work that they do have with post written women scented feminists books from very different perspectives that's something that you know is to be celebrated but at eighteen every step and Margaret Atwood book when is talking to Vincent down this is the news from the BBC world service fourteen police officers have been killed in an ambush in Mexico the attack is believed to be carried out by the police go new generation cartel which is engaged in a violent turf war with his rivals will grant reports from Mexico City the police patrol vehicles were ambushed as they passed through the town of el lenguaje in the conflict ravaged region of the state of Michoacan known as tea at a county and day reports say that the police convoy was surrounded by heavily armed men in a number of pickup trucks who then find on the offices and set the vehicles on file at least fourteen police officers were killed in the attack with three others injured in one of the worst episodes of violence in the state for several months the town is considered to be of strategic importance between to battling cartels the Jalisco new generation cartel and a splinter group of the knights Templar cooled lost the address a message left at the site suggests the attack was carried out by gunmen pertaining to the highly school new generation the federal government is offered assistance to the state authorities the governor of my truck on Sylvano Audi is Kanye home said there would be no impunity for the attack on his offices however the Jalisco konto who's grown much more powerful in recent years there have been no significant victories against them by either the state or federal government will grounds south Africa's former president Jacob Zuma is chewing court to face corruption charges relating to a deal to buy European metric hardware in the nineteen nineties comes a felony reports from Pietermaritzburg when the case is being heard former president Jacob Zuma still enjoys great support here in his home province of because of the not tile and crowds are expected to gather outside the pizza merits with cold as they've done in the past let's assume a is a man under pressure his attempts to avoid taking the stand in the fifteen year old case a fost failing the charges stemmed from the country's multi million dollar arms deal with the state alleges that he received bribes to ensure the French arms company tallest was one of the successful bid as his trial goes ahead of the bench of judges on Friday dismissed Mrs rumors application to have the charges scrapped the former president has denied any wrongdoing and claims the case as part of a witch hunt by political foes but prosecutors are determined to have missed as soon as version tested what ever the outcome for some of the seventy seven year old is yesterday's man but how this matter is handled is important for a country that is desperate to restore its reputation following yes of scandals and corruption allegations I'm the most is in this presidency I'm pumped up for Lani in might spot and now David say with some of the day's other stories poems right wing law and justice party has won a second term in power after gaining a majority of seats in the lower house tonight in Sunday's election was nearly sixty two percent the highest since the restoration of democracy thirty years ago and Easton reports from Warsaw it was a bittersweet win for law and justice it won the highest ever share of votes any party has received since communism fell in nineteen eighty nine but lost its majority in the upper house that will allow the opposition to delay its legislation but the party still has a strong mandate to continue with socially conservative policies and generous state handouts that have benefitted millions of Polish families Lauren justices also promised to continue reform of the judiciary in media which is led opponents to accuse the party of a roving their independence Ecuador's president Lenny Marino has signed a decree repealing the fuel subsidy cuts that Spahn Thomas two weeks of anti austerity protests he said prices would return to the levels before a series of rolling demonstrations led by indigenous groups paralyzed the country Mister Marino gave into the protesters demands it talks with the leaders on Sunday in the capital keto thousands of residents have spent the day cleaning up the city center indigenous protesters have been streaming out of the city and life has been returning to winnow manatee seven people died during the protests several government buildings was set on fire the British police have banned climate change protests in London by the activist group extinction rebellion after more than a week of disruption offices have been caring a protest camp from Trafalgar Square more than fourteen hundred people have been arrested during the protests to demand more action to counter global warming extension rebellion set the London wide band was an outrage I'm Christiane a renowned it reached a landmark on Monday by scoring his seven hundredth career goal the thirty four year old school to penalty in Portugal zero twenty twenty qualifier against Ukraine there are only five players in history this is scored more goals than right now though in that career he needs a hundred and six more to take the top spot Mozambique goes to the polls late today after the general election campaign modify violence that for Lee my apologies being in power that for forty four years with much that time marred by civil war on rest and an insurgency in the north the BBC's Shane got your cut traveled to a region that saw some of the fiercest fighting in Goron goes out the sounds of everyday life have replaced to those of gunfire twenty five year old James inicio jeans rolled up to his knees how is the earth with his hose his family is helping him to prepare for the planting season it wasn't always this easy the surrounding hills are home to the resistance movement for novel for years they waged war against government forces James remembers what it was like for civilians who lived through those times let me offer me yes or for a win my family suffered a loss to the conflict we went without food because we could not work the land of their photo was targeted when the army our normal course pods they would shoot randomly the community would have to run and hide in the bush for free movies and big civil war lasted seventeen years and claimed over a million lives and I'm easy piece was reached in nineteen ninety two and since they Mozambique's two major political parties have staggered from one ceasefire to another occasionally violence would flare and civilians would fleet standing in front of a deserted greenfield in parts of the corrugated roofs blowing in the wind this used to be teaches accommodation they fled when fighting restarted and the school.

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"When we arrived they said we are very sorry we don't take colored people by incidents of violence you will see a bunch of youngsters running through the streets with petrol bottles and when they go to the new black people were living there with Chuck through the window and style five by moments of resistance what we can obtain white blade above in this survey we intend to go on and gauging was level roles in color and after much struggle by some moments of triumph through the campaign people have told me that I couldn't win remember I wasn't just black and female I was young and radical I had a head full of braids down to my waist that's all coming up after a bulletin of today's world news hello I'm Neal newness with the BBC news the government of Ecuador has agreed to repeal a little known as the treat eight eight three that scrapped fuels some sitters after twelve days of protests by indigenous people that brought the country to a standstill Latin America correspondent will grant a small eight eight three was the main issue which prompted people to take to the streets in the first place the president had repeatedly said there would be no going back on it however given the intense and widespread protests over the past twelve days in the end he had little choice the clothes for his resignation of being grown louder with each protest president more than has looked increasingly vulnerable especially since the number of demonstrators were killed in clashes with riot police the commission intended to establish stability and peace in the stricken Andean nation will also be created with mediation by the church in the U. N. among others the curves of more than serious say they've done a deal with president Assad's government in an attempt to stop the Turkish invasion of their territory Syrian state media says government forces are heading north to confront wanted colds Turkish aggression Spain's Supreme Court is expected to deliver its verdict in the trial of twelve Catelyn separatist leaders over their role in the region's failed independence bid two years ago pro independence groups in Catalonia have called for civil disobedience if they're not acquitted them in Damascus reports they're all fears these verdicts could spark new tensions in Catalonia if the Supreme Court finds the separatist leaders guilty of the most serious charge of rebellion they could face twenty five years in jail or around fifteen years for the lesser charges of sedition and misuse of public funds and if there is new on rest Spain's prime minister has said he's prepared to take extraordinary measures to ensure security remember my articles with more than forty percent of the votes counted early results from Poland's parliamentary elections indicate that the governing law and justice policy is on course for a second term at AM eastern has more from war soul Lauren justice is on course to win the highest percentage of votes since democracy was restored here in nineteen eighty nine if the pasta result is confirmed the party would have a slightly increased majority and a strong mandate to continue it socially conservative program Lauren just as his pledge to continue its controversial reform of the judiciary despite opposition from the European Commission which saves the independence of Poland's judges is being eroded that issue has not dented Lauren justices popularity instead the party is reap the rewards of its generous welfare scheme which is benefited millions of families world news from the BBC thousands of supporters of the victorious Tunisian presidential candidate Connie so he'd thrown to the board of odds of central to news late on Sunday after to exit polls indicated he had to have been elected by a landslide both poles placed his decided to more than forty points ahead of his opponent the media mogul not bill Connery official results on do you on to later on Monday rescuers have been working through the nineteen Japan.

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07:57 min | 2 years ago

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"What the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay the problem was what wine you say will be found coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes he was coming after they've come at jet yes no maybe anyway so your practice tonight I got a new there so the referee cancel the insurance company affiliates price and coverage match is limited by state law former Polish president some pro democracy fights a leg but when Sir must apologize to the country's most powerful politician in a slow on the case the ones that protested the verdict by the appeals court on Monday saying he would take it to the Supreme Court and even to the European Court of human rights Lauren justice party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski sued Walesa for blaming him on social media for the twenty ten plane crash in Russia that killed Kaczynski's twin president Lech Kaczynski and ninety five others in one of his posts but when Sir allege that Kaczynski was guided by bravado and push for the plane to land despite heavy fog out of concerns over the impact on endangered shore birds a Chicago beach front music festival set for August has been canceled organizers of man be on the beach say the late August fast was canceled because of circumstances beyond their control including two federally protected piping plovers nesting on Montrose beach on the city's north side the Chicago sun times reports the Chicago ornithological society says the two birds nesting their past at least three eggs up to twenty thousand people are expected each day of the festival which featured acts from various musical genres the small shore bird is on a number of state endangered species list and is listed as threatened at the federal level festival organizer say tickets will be refunded if there was any doubt that the twenty nineteen box office belongs to the Walt Disney company this weekend put an end to that with the lion king one of two Disney film setting records A. P. that Ben Thomas has a look at the weekend box office results everything the like touches it's all and with the line King book for the more than forty seven hundred north American theaters that kingdom certainly includes the box office in the remake the anthropomorphic animals look real even if much of their behavior is all Hollywood align king scored the nine biggest opening of all time calling in one hundred eighty five million dollars domestically a record for P. G. rated film and speaking of records Avengers any game from Disney's Marvel studios one promised officially fast avatar this weekend as the biggest film of all time with worldwide earnings totaling two point seven nine billion Ben Thomas a radio I'm ready to fall lay president trump says he's not going to watch lead Russian investigator Robert Muller testified before Congress tomorrow maybe a little Lee says so I'm not going to be watching probably maybe I'll see a little bit of it I'm not going to be what watching my lawyer AP correspondent Jonathan let me on how the White House these Maulers upcoming testimony there's a sense among the president's allies that Muller whose credibility despite attacks from Republicans remains hi that he could perhaps convince Americans who didn't read the report that will watch the testimony the president did something wrong moreover he could convince Democrats to on the fence about impeachment to move that way yesterday the justice department told mother his testimony should not go beyond information that's already been released publicly you don't have to worry about the government running out of money and shutting down at least for now the president and Congress are endorsing a budget agreement it calls for one point three trillion dollars an agency spending next year Porter Rico's governor is digging in saying he's already apologised and made demands following an online chat with advisers that triggered massive protests yesterday's protests appear to have been the biggest on the island in nearly two decades protesters vow to stay in the streets until the governor resigns he says he will not but he won't run for reelection the latest protest began after online chats were leaked in which governor Ricardo were sale and some of his close aides insulted women and mocked constituents South Korea fired warning shots after a Russian military plane violated its airspace twice this morning says Seoul South Korea says it's the first time a foreign military planes violated its airspace since the end of the Korean War this is a P. radio news a radio I'm ready to fall lay president trump says he's not going to watch lead Russian investigator Robert Muller testified before Congress tomorrow maybe a little Lee says so I'm not going to be watching probably maybe I'll see a little bit of it I'm not going to be what watching Muller AP correspondent Jonathan lemaire on how the White House these Maulers upcoming testimony there's a sense among the president and his allies that Muller whose credibility despite attacks from Republicans remains hi that he could perhaps convince Americans who didn't read the report watch the testimony the president did something wrong moreover he could convince Democrats were on the fence about impeachment to move that way yesterday the justice department told mother his testimony should not go beyond information that's already been released publicly you don't have to worry about the government running out of money and shutting down at least for now the president and Congress are endorsing a budget agreement it calls for one point three trillion dollars an agency spending next year Porter Rico's governor is digging in saying he's already apologised and made a man's following an online chat with advisers that triggered massive protests yesterday's protests appear to have been the biggest on the island in nearly two decades protesters vow to stay in the streets until the governor resigns he says he will not but he won't run for reelection the latest protest began after online chats were leaked in which governor Ricardo were sale and some of his close aides insulted women and mocked constituents South Korea fired warning shots after a Russian military plane violated its airspace twice this morning says Seoul South Korea says it's the first time a foreign military planes violated its airspace since the end of the Korean War this is a P. radio news a new study suggests the millions of people who don't have heart disease may want to rethink taking an aspirin every day for years doctors urge people to leverage aspirins blood thinning properties to lower their chances of a first heart attack or stroke then new studies challenge that practice finding only marginal benefits for older adults at low risk of heart disease and markedly more digestive tract leading among other side effects the findings prompted a changing guidelines from the American heart association never the less the new study reported in the annals of internal medicine found that some twenty nine million people forty and older and nearly half of people over seventy who don't have heart disease about ten million we're taking daily aspirin for prevention study leader Dr Colin o'brien says they want to get the word out about the change guidelines I'm Jennifer king retired Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens will be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery today justice Stevens was ninety nine when he died last week in Florida I read a folly A. P. radio news thank you for life it's Jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message Hey Jamie it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your archipelagos Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your.

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"Tone mood intensify the police struggled to defend strangle is separated from the main mall the molds set off in pursuit of one small group of gay pride campaign is seeking safety responding officer putting down the hall the first skirmish of the afternoon began police arrested fifty people this exemplified the hatred and intolerance the concerns the US ambassador deputy mayor of little soul who compared it to the behavior of the **** in the second World War the issue of gay rights is being bubbling beneath the surface in Poland for years but recently it's just exploded and on to the forefront of the political agenda and this issue was placed Poland into conflict with mainstream Europe when Poland's populist Lauren justice party came to power in two thousand and fifteen it declared on missions to Christianize the European Union in towns like be Alice told their poll what they regard as mainstream Europe's decadent values if parliament in war so influential Lauren justice politician it is love because of that scary said Europe favorite constitutions but was hypocritical when it came to Poland and our constitution in the ticket eighteen states the Medicis only between man and woman before needs very interesting then in this case does not own interesting what actually our constitution is talking about government critics say such arguments of emboldened testers like glucose wanting coverage you studying medicine and be out of stock it makes me sad when I see a situation where we have two people two men together or two women together and they declare love for each other there's no biological possibility for them to have a child so I realize that this is not what family should look like I use.

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12:42 min | 3 years ago

"lauren justice" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Castro Delaney, Gabon Gila bardo Jada. Warren Yang leads the list of the US Democrats who have so far said that they're running for the presidential nomination in two hundred twenty two which list we can now add Kamala Harris seen as a rising star. She was attorney general for California before she became a Senator as women of color with the Lauren Justice background is great interest in her but water at chances patt Morrison has covered her career. Pat is an opinion columnist at the L A times. So what makes Harris stand out as a candidate woman of color? I think is what attracts a lot of attention Californian will divide people in several directions. Of course. And the fact that she's a United States Senator she has been very aggressive in questioning supreme court nominees in other nominees to the Trump cabinet that has raised her profile substantially in spite of the fact that she's only been in the Senate. For two years, right? And what sort of bells therefore will? She ring when when sort of vaguely interested Americans right across the country here the name again what sort of tone? Does it strike? I think the tone. She wants to strike is one of inclusion she chose this day. Martin Luther King holiday to make her announcement for the presidency. So what's going to distinguish her her background? Of course, her mother is Indian her father Jamaican, they were civil rights activists when they met she herself has been the product of what is a very cutthroat sense of politics in the bay area. The bay area of California has produced very high profile successful. Democrats democratic women Senator Dianne Feinstein Representative Nancy Pelosi and out of that crucible where you had to fight fellow Democrats to make your way to make yourself known. She's been very successful. Right. Former attorney general obviously, very high profile for the state of California as well. What does the law enforcement records say about her? What what kind of a figure was she? And how will she deal with that take advantage of it or maybe be attacked on that basis as well? I think both of those things are very likely to happen. Hugh course, like many candidates has written an autobiography about that. She has done. She liked to think of herself as a prosecutor who brought some humanity and some understanding to some very severe sentencing laws that are still on the books in California. But at the same time, the progressives in the party, some of them are looking at scans at her just because she was a prosecutor in California being an attorney general is often the pathway to becoming governor. And there was a lot of buzz several years ago at that's what Kamla Harris was looking for. But now aspirations are reaching higher. And of course, the scrutiny is going to be more intense about her record as a prosecutor, you mentioned some of the the the signifies that that she can use being a woman of color, the law enforcement background. Obviously the fact that she's a woman candidate as well. But also in there. Is the simple fact that she's a Californian. That's great, California. How does that play? Elsewhere. Well, it's California is a very successful state a very democratic state and the state that aggravated Donald Trump because it gave Hillary Clinton a margin of victory of nearly three million votes. And so obviously, it's a reliable democratic state. But for all those reasons and many others, California is still seen as the price from the nineteen twenties. The lands of fruits and nuts. And as a consequence you're going to have a lot of Americans who look scancen, anybody from California. Who is the democrat is not Ronald Reagan who is not Richard Nixon in the much more distant past and say, well, come on, you know, who they have out there. They have those crazy people it is much harder for Democrats and for Republicans from California to establish reputations. Well, remember Arnold Schwarzenegger. The governor of California Republican. So we've seen so successful that there was a buzz about changing the constitution to allow him. It was not born in this country to run for president. It's not that kind of support for democratic candidate. And certainly California's reputation as I said a data reputation when here we are an extremely successful state and economy bigger than the entire country of Russia. None of that's to be sneezed at. But that's not the note. That's not the game. It's going to be played against comma, Harris, and any other California to might choose to run Morrison opinion columnist at the LA times looking at the prospects, and the background and credentials as well of Kamala, Harris, let's get down with Matthew and a wonderful performance from the man who knocked out Roger Federer at the Australian Open tennis. We're talking about Greece's Stefanos pass who's through to the semifinals at just twenty years old after a strong and stylish four sets win over Roberto Battista good on court now, the first of the women's singles quarter-finals Annastasia pavilion chunk of against Daniel Collins and Pavley chunk of has won the first set six to your football headlines. Former Ghana star Kevin print spotting has joined boss Alana on loan from his Italian club. Sesame us, no defender. Hector Beller in will miss the rest of the season. After scans confirmed. He's ruptured his cruciate, ligaments, the two final places at the Asian Cup will be decided later South Korea telecom behind Qatar meteorologist on Monday, the hosts Pitcairn Gaston, defending champions strategy needed penalties to get pastas, Becca, STAN and Japan sneak three with an narrow one nil. Win over Saudi Arabia, and the I AA athletics governing body has cleared forty two Russian athletes to compete as neutrals later today. The world anti doping agency will reveal if Russia will face any more sanctions for the delay in access to that database. We will talk about that in a half an hour. Matthew. Thank you. Now fake news is back will ban is here. And we're not the fake news, by the way. Today's the messaging service said what's up trying to tackle the public tennis? Yeah. That's right. Connie to what is announced his limiting its members to folding on any single message just five times at from the twenty times, you can forward something now, and that's important because increasingly they say what's been happening is people been joining these big groups of context of up to kind of two hundred and fifty people strong, and then forwarding these messages, which as you can imagine kind of accelerates pretty quickly how that information gets around the world, and how it seen, and it doesn't break disastrous consequences. Well, for example, in India where the best you've been trying this John tackle the promotion. Come lynchings sparked by bogus information spread on. What's up Melissa Baso is from Cambridge University? She's been researching the spread of fake news on WhatsApp in particular. And she gave us her view on. Today's announcement the discount clampdown was being rolled out worldwide. Especially in developing countries, what's up is used in a very different manner. So it's primarily used as a personal messaging app, but it is also a form of social network. What's up? Has a limitation of just about two hundred fifty members per group. However, thousands of groups can exist at any given time dedicated to any given topic. So what we see around the world, especially in developing countries is that they are group's dedicated to political candidates or parties of social movements, but also to sports and entertainment and that kind of area so one would be able to forward to hundreds of groups if one is part of hundreds of groups and within a Nata of seconds, really reach out to thousands of people what we can see with other social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, for example, is that they can pose content meditation on the stuff that is shared online. However, what's up is very proud of its encryption in the sense that it's entered encrypted so many the sender and the receiver of the message can receive and read the message, and what's up has no access whatsoever. To these messages. This is great. In the sense that for private conversations, it's but at the same time, it is very difficult to detect where and how the spread of misinformation occurs within this app. It is not really a long term solution. The sense that it won't necessarily solve the fundamental problem about it. We will merely with this attempt. Slow down the process of forwarding misinformation, that's minister basil from Cambridge University. Well, Ben, thank you very much. Right. We tried to shield you from Brexit. Not important. It's Jillian potent. At the moment. Let's have a look at the front page of the papers. Dozens of ministers ready to quit over Brexit may Prime Minister Theresa may rules out second voters threat to social cohesion and Corbin leader of the opposition box plan for a second referendum lots of developments following on. Of course, the record defeat in a vote in parliament last week and also returned to parliament yesterday. Web broadly message was I'm going to keep on trying plan B is planning a again, let speak to our British political. Correspondent rob Watson. Who's on the line? Rob welcome back. Once again, what's been the response to plan B. Lawrenson? Hello. And Hello everybody is about to have a little joke with your own say I've seen a overnight. The Brexit crisis has been solved. You have to establish Huma. Sometimes. Well, I think that the response to Theresa May's plan. Thinks she's she's lost a certain amount of goodwill among MP's who are hoping that plan. Clam bay might slow just a teeny tiny bit of difference to plan. But of course, it doesn't plans right? Dense ical apart from a promise to work on some of the bits that are unpopular with MTA's. But I guess I would draw the following three brief conclusions number one. It shows. You Theresa May as mentally stubborn. I think number two it shows you she believes that her plan is the least worst option on Brexit. Number three. I think it also shows that she's pretty cynically trying to run down the clock. Because while I was waiting for you guys. I just went looks back at my Dari. I mean, the original meaningful vote was supposed to be should have been seven weeks ago on her Dale and actually nothing has changed. So it does make you think maybe she is hoping that the clock will put pressure on MP's tobacco unloved deal. So plan b is a plus. Yes. Definitely. Listen, take us gently through all these parliamentary maneuvers because now the issue is the government's facing a lot of trouble getting its plan through. So the attention has turned to parliament and MP's are trying to come up with what are they trying to do? They're trying to hedge what the government does they're trying to take the government's place. What's going on trying to do two things? So the first thing as as to present to try and see if that's something that I M Pei could agree on which is an alternative to Theresa May still because nobody likes it very much. The second thing that trying to do as much more to do with who's got the power. So a group of MP's are trying to say, let's say Theresa May hasn't got a deal agreed by the end of February parliament should be able to stop Britain crashing out of the European Union without to deal. That's basically what they're up to new ideas and trying to make sure that's reason they can't crash Britain at the right? Okay. And is that going to be an ugly fight? And what's the next? Date to watch. When are we next to be in a tent on college green room? Okay. That's easy. If you go diarrhea. Okay. Probably Wednesday morning and Tuesday morning because the votes will be next Tuesday. But you asked whether the, you know, this was going to be ugly. I mean mate it's already immensely. I mean, it couldn't get any uglier than this. I mean, this is a full blown political crisis and actually one of the few things Theresa May has got going for because the the MP's will think Dale is rubbish can't agree on an alternative someone to second referendum. Someone's a softer version of Brexit. I mean, it's mayhem down. What can I say? Rob listen look forward to seeing if next week maybe talking to you next week, rob Watson, British political correspondent now in Kellyanne FRANZ just a few years ago. Asylum-seekers in makeshift camps were trying to get to Britain in their tens of thousands today. That figure has plummeted estimates suggest some two thousand people gathered on the other side of the channel hoping to make the dangerous journey over to England. Many attempting the journey by boat Iranian refugees, and our reporter Andrew Hoskin has been in Kelly speaking to some of them. You don't have to be an expert in sea navigation to realize just how dangerous it is to try and cross the English channel in a small boat on a blustery day.

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"lauren justice" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"lauren justice" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Ground. I mean Poland is embroiled in a row against a you sanctions on its country spot by the party's abusive the the rule of law, but it doesn't necessarily mean that it has huge anti e feeling. I mean is kitchen skate eurosceptic. Well, it could change his party. Indeed is eurosceptic. But as you said does not oppose that y-y-you per se. So in a way meeting Salvini might cause some reputational damage because it could send the wrong signal that catching his indeed becoming even more and more euros skeptic. Having said that the official narrative because let's not forget that Salvini is coming at least officially upon the invitation of the Polish Interior ministry is while Italy as strong ally, Italy, alike, pulling is a border country. So there are issues to be discussed, but. But having said that I think one even though the politics might have some commonalities there also big differences between them and one of those as their sons the words Russia, let's not forget that cellini. I'm as while. I think we can say a fun of of Putin's Russia. He accepted the annexation of trainee ah. I'm something which will be extremely difficult to swallow for the polish ruling party. So we will see what actually wins whether the cool cool had it approach that we want that the conservative and reformist party to survive the European scene or the as you said principles if kitchen he does join up with Salvini, I wonder how this affects the balance of power within the European parliament. I mean Salvini may well become the Italian prime minister if Lauren Justice when the polish election this year that would mean that the group would. Pain to leaders from from the group of six largest, EU states. I mean thought will confer loss of power surely. Well, I mean as you said today, this is deferred largest group. The problem is that indeed. There are very few leaders an early as sitting around the table, prime minister may who will basically the UK is leaving the U and more obvious ski prime minister Moravia ski who's the prime minister of all of Poland. And frankly speaking, it's very difficult to speculate how the balance of power will look like would we definitely can predict today is that the mainstream to mainstream parties the EP was she already mentioned, and these social Democrats will probably lose seats. Now. This could mean that injury skeptics will gain seats. But let's not forget that. There are also some other small parties which are emerging in the EU Member States, not always. His onto European parties which support, you know, unfoldment policy climate policy, which by definition. I rather pro European so definitely next parliament will be more fragmented, but what eurosceptics like Salvini, and but also catching ski have learned is that indeed it makes more sense to have a group within the European parliament. Because it gives you an actual power. And does it necessarily mean a swing to the right then in the next elections for the polish ruling party or for the obesity in general in general, and well, I think that indeed is going to be a battle between liberals, and and nationalist. And that's indeed a trend that we are seeing elsewhere in Europe that basically means that adds these centuries are in a very difficult position. They are become. Defensive. They have very little principles to to basically advocate, which would make them different from the sort of right and left spectrum of the political scene. So indeed we could see that trend for Europe slightly a turning, right? Thank you very much. Indeed. UBS has one nine hundred investment analysts from over one hundred different countries over a million hundred of the shop is maulings and freshest thinkers in the world of finance today. No one. No one knows. And find out how we can help.

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"lauren justice" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"lauren justice" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Figura appear reform in Brussels joins us now. I thought what can you tell us about the ideology behind Salvini group? Well, I think Salvini is indeed quite skeptical and Paul the European integration. Doesn't mean. However that he basically does once Italy to leave that year or to leave digress. He apparently understood that that's probably not very popular narrative. So he is try king eurosceptic tone. He tracking tone, which has something to do with identity. You know, his skeptical to us migration policy, and this is what he's probably going to discuss today in war. So the the nutshell home for for Lauren Justice might be the centre-right European peoples. To the EP Hungary's, nationalist devictor Albans, a member there, but it's also homes opponents main opposition party. I mean that rules it out as an option for for kitchen ski. Yes, it seems to me very difficult to imagine us Naria on there, which the ruling polish party law and Justice part is joining the EPA exactly for the reasons he mentioned, so it got chains. Gays nuking around for the possible allies elsewhere to increase the sort of strengthened current European Conservatives and reformist grips and selene is league as one of the possibilities, especially the polling shows that he will probably gain seats in European parliament elections probably going up to perhaps even twenty seven seats, which is quite an extraordinary, but I'm actually quite skeptical whether they will manage to find a come..

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