11 Burst results for "Les Affaires"

"les affaires" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:34 min | 3 weeks ago

"les affaires" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"After we stoke the flames of outrage for weeks leading up to the events of yesterday, he refused to adequately prepare the U. S Capitol for the possibility of violence and left it nearly defenseless. His remarks during and after the travesty of the attack on the Capitol were disgraceful, questioned Trump's continued refusal to accept the election results. That produce incredible evidence of a rigged election started fired his threaten to burn down our democracy video of Governor Mike DeWine of Ohio. Under every speech yesterday, when he gave preceding the march that he gave the protesters served only to fan. Those flames probably stood by my father's side at age 12 on the floor of the House chamber, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan. We both took the oath of office at oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States. It's clear to me that President Trump has abandoned this sacred oath seeing our capital. Symbol of democracy around the world Storm by an angry mob was heartbreaking. For Mont Governor Phil Scott clear these actions were not patriotic, and these people are not patriots. The fact these flames of handed insurrection with lit by the president of the United States will be remembered as one of the darkest chapters in our nation's history. One of the darkest Actors Aaron Nation's history former members of the Trump administration. Longstanding Republicans also make clear that President Trump incited this insurrection, and it went against our democracy. The president's former secretary defense James Mattis, the clear that today's violent assault on our capital and effort to subject eight American democracy by mob rule was fomented by Mr Trump, Former White House Chief of staff, John Kelly also spoke on this as well. I like to play an audio clip of what he said. What happened on Capitol Hill? You know, there is a direct result of his poison the minds of people with lives and that the frauds if you couldn't hear that, what John Colley said about President Trump was that what happened on Capitol Hill was a direct result of him poisoning the minds of people. For with the lies and their fraud. Former Speaker of the House John Boehner declared that quote the invasion of our capital by a mob incited by lies from some entrusted with power is a disgrace. The rock was sacrificed to build our republic. This was echoed by former Trump official after former Trump Official peers were former NASCAR devices. John Bolton, H. R. McMaster. One White House communications director Les Affaires, A and former chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney said, Let me just ask you Do you think President Trump has blood on his hands? I think he does. Look, I I agree with Bill Bar. I think he didn't cite this mob with clear intention of having them disrupt the electoral college certification and delay it to give him more time. I don't think there's any question about it either. Many reasons for this assault on the Capitol. But foremost among them was the president's exhortations was the president's sustained this information. We've seen the president stoking fears and it's these crises and first and foremost, I want to say that what happened at the Capitol was unacceptable on American undemocratic. I think everybody recognizes that What happened on Wednesday is different. You could go down the long litany of things that people complained about what Donald Trump and I could probably defend almost all Of the many of them were policy differences, differences. Many of them were stylistic differences, but Wednesday was different. Wednesday was existential. Wednesday is one of those things that struck to the very heart of what it means to be an American, and it was wrong..

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"les affaires" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:13 min | 4 months ago

"les affaires" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"December and those will be going to the highest priority populations, which will include frontline health care workers. And those at the highest risk of mortality from Cogan 18. And will those be going to basically rich countries or frontline workers and those that most risk across the globe? That is the million dollar question The majority of the doses that have been purchased through advanced market commitments have been purchased by high income countries. What we don't know is of those first tranches of doses that get manufactured where they will ship out so the Kovacs facility is currently the only mechanism we have globally to ensure that vaccines go to all countries at the same time in the same proportion. Remind us what the Cove X facility is. What's that whole mechanism? Sure. So that kind of ACS facility is an alliance with wh O Gabby, the vaccine alliance and sappy. It's a mechanism to ensure That there is global equity of access in vaccines so countries can join the Kovacs facility and buy in at a certain percentage of the population. And Kovacs is reserving manufacturing capacity to ensure that the successful candidates can be manufactured and then we'll ship them out to all participating collects countries. Proportional to the population so that all Kovacs member countries will get up Tonto 20% coverage and then countries that about it at a higher level can then receive additional population coverage. But every country will receive at least 20% population coverage before any country gets more. But the long and short of it is all depends on it's not going to preclude The high income countries who've already contract it to get a whole bunch of vaccines from company except why to go ahead and distribute those vaccines. Yeah, that's exactly correct, And that's what our research is really looking at is That there are these competing incentives, particularly for high income countries where these high income countries, many of them have invested really generously in Kovacs and in global equity. And at the same time are reserving doses through advanced mark equipments and because of the manufacturing constraints. Reserving doses through advanced market commitments actually takes doses off of the table, so in some sense they are giving with one hand through their investments in Kovacs and taking away with the other through their advance market commitments. What do your chief concerns when it comes to distribution? The primary concerns that we're looking out for our certainly prepared this in terms of having trained providers in the right locations, having the syringes that are needed Because those need to ship ahead those need to go by sea. Where's the vaccines can go by air, But we're also very concerned about a couple issues that we're hearing more and more about from experts on the ground. So one of those is around vaccine. Hesitancy and misinformation and mistrust of the vaccines is sort of rise in anti vaccine campaigns globally, so we're seeing that pop up more and more even in lower income countries. There is a concern that there will be a lack of demand. Actually, once vaccines are available, and then another concern that we have is vaccine fraud, potential issues of vaccines on fraudulent vaccines being offered on the black market, and I think when we are looking at the equity issues If we have low income countries that are struggling to reserve and receive enough vaccine doses to protect their population, they will be more vulnerable than Tonto Vaccine black market. And potentially receiving vaccines that are are fraudulent. Andrew Taylor is with Duke University's Global Health Innovation Center. Thank you so much. Thank you. The prospect of an effective covert 19 vaccine is exciting, but a vaccine alone won't end the pandemic. That's what the director of the World Health Organization, Dr Ted Rose, Adhanom got braces stressed today. During the agency's daily briefing, Ted Rose said any vaccine must go hand in hand with other public health measures, testing, tracing, isolating and supporting those who need to quarantine. My message is very clear, Act First Act now act decisively. Les affaires attitude to the virus, not using the full range off tools available leads to death, suffering and hurts lively hoods and economies. That message of taking a comprehensive approach has hit close to home for the agency itself. Ted Rose went into self quarantine this month after coming into contact with someone who tested positive for covert 19. He was back at wh O headquarters in Geneva for the first time today and said he feels fine. Organization also confirmed today that five of its on site staff members tested positive in the past week. Wh O Emergency director Dr Mike Ryan said that Switzerland where the agency is based, has been a hot spot for the coronavirus in Europe. We're human beings, and we live within the society, and we're not entirely within A cocoon here. Wh Ose technical director Dr Maria Van Kirk over, said it's reduced the number of staff on site and is tracing the path of infections. So what we do is we carry out contact tracing to see who they came in contact with to see if there are any further on word transmission as most countries are doing. We also look back to see what did they do in the previous 14 days, for example. Kharkov said. Since the start of the pandemic, three dozen staff based at the W H O have tested positive for Cove it but all are now fine worldwide. More than 50 million cases have been reported, and more than 1.3 million people have died. Boris Johnson's first year as British prime minister has been Iraqi one. There's the pandemic. Johnson's own battle with covert 19 never ending Brexit talks and political U turns on everything from free school meals to a nationwide lockdown..

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"les affaires" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:03 min | 5 months ago

"les affaires" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Than an effort Russia, witness through in an inadequate hearing where people can't even see the witness face to face. They're scheduled to take place on October 12 York City's mayor is moving to reinstate restrictions in several neighborhoods because of a resurgence of the Corona virus. NPR's Joel Rose reports the shutdowns would begin on Wednesday. Mayor Bill de Blasio says he's asking the state for permission to rewind the reopening in nine zip codes across Brooklyn and Queens. Where positivity rates have been rising in some parts of our city. We're having an extraordinary problems, something we haven't seen since the spring. DiBlasio says schools and non essential businesses would be forced to close in those nine neighborhoods for at least two weeks. Many of the neighborhoods have large Orthodox Jewish communities. Shutdown would affect roughly 100 public schools and 200 private schools. Many of them achieve a CZ. De Blasio says the city is closely watching the positivity rates in 11 other zip codes, but will allow them to stay open for now. Joel Rose. NPR news Asian markets are trading higher at this hour. The Nikkei, the main market in Japan is up one and a quarter percent. The hang sang in Hong Kong is a 1.2%. You're listening to NPR news. Oh, Francis presented his blueprint for a post Covad world addressing income inequality, immigration and social injustice. And as NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports, Francis says the pandemic has shown that market capitalism has failed. The pope's post pandemic vision is contained in his latest encyclical, Fratelli Tootie in Italian Fratelli refers to both brothers and sisters. It's released came on the birthday of his name, say ST Francis of Assisi. It's a skating description ofthe Les affaires capitalism. Francis denounces this dogma of neo liberal faith that resorts to the magic theories of spillover and trickle down economics. Ah, good economic policy, he adds, creates jobs doesn't cut them. The encyclical is a critique of nationalism and populism and the divisiveness caused by social media on racism, the pope said. It is a virus that quickly mutates and instead of disappearing, goes into hiding and lurk in Waiting so people Jolie NPR NEWS, Rome Honda says another person has been killed after the faulty Takata airbag inside the person's 2000 to Honda Civic exploded, sending shrapnel into the passenger cabin. The NTSB says that happened in August in Arizona is the 17th person in the U. S to die from the defective airbags, which Honda and other automakers have been replacing. The part has led to one of the largest recalls in history, affecting more than 60 million airbags in tens of millions of vehicles. Kata was criminally charged and then sold after filing for bankruptcy. I'm Janine Herbst. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the National Endowment for.

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"les affaires" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:05 min | 5 months ago

"les affaires" Discussed on KPCC

"Why these shouldn't be delayed other than an effort Russia, witness through in an inadequate hearing where people can't even see the witness face to face. They're scheduled to take place on October 12 York City's mayor is moving to reinstate restrictions in several neighborhoods because of a resurgence of the Corona virus. NPR's Joel Rose reports the shutdowns would begin on Wednesday. Mayor Bill de Blasio says he's asking the state for permission to rewind the reopening in nine zip codes across Brooklyn and Queens. Where positivity rates have been rising in some parts of our city. We're having an extraordinary problems, something we haven't seen since the spring. DiBlasio says schools and non essential businesses would be forced to close in those nine neighborhoods for at least two weeks. Many of the neighborhoods have large Orthodox Jewish communities. The shutdown would affect roughly 100 public schools and 200 private schools, many of them yeshivas. De Blasio says the city is closely watching the positivity rates in 11 other zip codes, but will allow them to stay open for now. Joel Rose. NPR news Asian markets are trading higher at this hour. The Nikkei, the main market in Japan is up one and a quarter percent. The hang sang in Hong Kong is up. 1.2%. You're listening to NPR news. Pope Francis presented his blueprint for a post Covad world addressing income inequality, immigration and social injustice. And as NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports, Francis says the pandemic has shown that market capitalism has failed. The pope's post pandemic vision is contained in his latest encyclical, Fratelli Tootie in Italian Fratelli refers to both brothers and sisters. It's released came on the birthday of his name, say ST Francis of Assisi. It's escaping description ofthe Les affaires capitalism. Francis denounces this dogma of neo liberal faith that resorts to the magic theories of spillover and trickle down economics. Ah, good economic policy, he adds, Creates jobs doesn't cut, Hm. The encyclical is a critique of nationalism and populism and the divisiveness caused by social media on racism, the pope said. It is a virus that quickly mutates and instead of disappearing goes into hiding and lurks in waiting so people Jolie NPR news Rome Honda says another person has been killed after the faulty Takata airbag inside the person's 2000 to Honda Civic exploded, sending shrapnel into the passenger cabin. The NTSB says that happened in August in Arizona. Is the 17th person in the U. S to die from the defective airbags, which Honda and other automakers have been replacing. The part has led to one of the largest recalls in history, affecting more than 60 million airbags in tens of millions of vehicles. Kata was criminally charged and then sold after filing for bankruptcy. I'm Janine Herbst. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the National Endowment for.

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Pope: Market capitalism has failed in pandemic, needs reform

Science Friday

01:02 min | 5 months ago

Pope: Market capitalism has failed in pandemic, needs reform

"Presented his blueprint for a post Covad world addressing income inequality, immigration and social injustice. And as NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports, Francis says the pandemic has shown that market capitalism has failed. The pope's post pandemic vision is contained in his latest encyclical, Fratelli Tootie in Italian Fratelli refers to both brothers and sisters. It's released came on the birthday of his name, say ST Francis of Assisi. It's escaping description ofthe Les affaires capitalism. Francis denounces this dogma of neo liberal faith that resorts to the magic theories of spillover and trickle down economics. Ah, good economic policy, he adds, Creates jobs doesn't cut, Hm. The encyclical is a critique of nationalism and populism and the divisiveness caused by social media on racism, the pope said. It is a virus that quickly mutates and instead of disappearing goes into hiding and lurks in waiting so people Jolie NPR news Rome

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"les affaires" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:12 min | 5 months ago

"les affaires" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Janine Herbst. President Trump remains in a military hospital outside Washington today, all those doctors say he could be released tomorrow. The White House doctor also says blood trumps blood oxygen levels fell twice in the past several days, and he's now taking a steroid to fight Cove in 19. Meanwhile, his diagnosis has rocked the presidential race. NPR's Mara Liasson reports, Both campaigns are trying to figure out how to proceed. Joe Biden took down his negative ads but continues to campaign. The Trump campaign says it will postpone events or make them virtual people are already voting in many states and the Trump campaign says they're ground operations like door knocking and phone banking will continue. The vice president and the president's family will travel the country as surrogates. It's not known how long it will take for the president to recover or whether he will be able to attend the next debate, which is supposed to take place in less than two weeks. The vice presidential debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris, scheduled for Wednesday in Salt Lake City, is expected to go on as planned. Mara Liasson NPR news As the number of Corona virus cases and parts of New York City grows. Mayor Bill de Blasio is asking the state for permission to close schools and re instate restrictions on non essential businesses in several of the neighborhoods. Shutdowns would start on Wednesday and nine zip codes in the city where the number of positive test is on the rise. DeBlasio says the closures could last up to four weeks, depending on how those numbers go. On Friday, for example, we had almost 2000 new tests on top of what we had previously at over 20 locations in these key zip codes. We're gonna continue to amplify that continue to add testing capacity in these communities, Deblasio says around 300 public and private schools would close and indoor dining, which just resumed at limited capacity a few days ago would be suspended. Pope Francis presented his blueprint for a post Covad world. Addressing income inequality, immigration and social injustice. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli has more The pope's post pandemic vision is contained in his latest encyclical, Fratelli Tootie in Italian Fratelli refers to both brothers and sisters. It's released came on the birthday of his name, say ST Francis of Assisi. It's a scathing description ofthe Les affaires capitalism. Francis denounces this dogma of neo liberal faith that resorts to the magic theories of spillover and trickle down economics. Ah, good economic policy, he adds, Creates jobs doesn't cut, Hm. The encyclical is a critique of nationalism and populism and the divisiveness caused by social media on racism, the pope said. It is a virus that quickly mutates and instead of disappearing, goes into hiding and lurks in waiting. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Row This's NPR. Support for NPR comes from Elijah Craig, Maker of small batch Kentucky Straight Bourbon, whiskey, distilled, aged and bottled in Bardstown, Kentucky, 47% alcohol above by volume. Elijah Craig promotes responsible drinking, You know, the Sugarhill gang.

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"les affaires" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:40 min | 5 months ago

"les affaires" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From all the awful stuff that's going on first this news Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. President Trump remains in a military hospital outside Washington today, all those doctors say he could be released tomorrow. The White House doctor also says blood trumps blood oxygen levels fell twice in the past several days, and he's now taking a steroid to fight Cove in 19. Meanwhile, his diagnosis has rocked the presidential race. NPR's Mara Liasson reports, Both campaigns are trying to figure out how to proceed. Joe Biden took down his negative ads but continues to campaign. The Trump campaign says it will postpone events or make them virtual people are already voting in many states and the Trump campaign says they're ground operations like door knocking and phone banking will continue. The vice president and the president's family will travel the country as surrogates. It's not known how long it will take for the president to recover or whether he will be able to attend the next debate, which is supposed to take place in less than two weeks. The vice presidential debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris, scheduled for Wednesday in Salt Lake City, is expected to go on as planned. Mara Liasson NPR news As the number of Corona virus cases and parts of New York City grows. Mayor Bill de Blasio is asking the state for permission to close schools and re instate restrictions on nonessential businesses in several of the neighborhoods. Shutdowns would start on Wednesday and nine zip codes in the city where the number of positive test is on the rise. DeBlasio says the closures could last up to four weeks, depending on how those numbers go. On Friday, for example, we had almost 2000 new tests on top of what we had previously at over 20 locations in these key zip codes. We're gonna continue to amplify that continue to add testing capacity in these communities, Deblasio says around 300 public and private schools would close and indoor dining, which just resumed at limited capacity a few days ago would be suspended. Pope Francis presented his blueprint for a post Covad world. Addressing income inequality, immigration and social injustice. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli has more The pope's post pandemic vision is contained in his latest encyclical Fratelli Duty in Italian Fratelli refers to both brothers and sisters. It's released came on the birthday of his name, say ST Francis of Assisi. It's escaping description ofthe Les affaires capitalism. Francis denounces this dogma of neo liberal faith that resorts to the magic theories of spillover and trickle down economics. Ah, good economic policy, he adds, Creates jobs doesn't cut, Hm. The encyclical is a critique of nationalism and populism and the divisiveness caused by social media on racism, the pope said. It is a virus that quickly mutates and instead of disappearing, goes into hiding and lurks in waiting. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Row. This's NPR. This is WN Y C good afternoon on Mayan Levinson and as you've been Hearing on WN Y some elected officials say their agreement with Mayor de Blasio is plan to shut down schools and not a central businesses in nine ZIP codes were covert cases have been surging. Donovan. Richard's represents Far Rockaway, one of the areas where closures would take place. He says the city should also be working more closely with community groups to prevent further spread. I would urge a city to really be on the ground. And really working, and they need to really work with community based organizations and community leaders who have the air of the people on the ground. The shutdown would start on Wednesday if the state approves the plan, and will remain in effect for at least two weeks, until average, Positively. Positivity rates fall below 3% Governor Cuomo's office hasn't responded to questions about the mayor's plan. A study from GNU found that the New York City public schools plan to test students and staff members for the Corona virus falls short of what's needed to be effective. The city plans to test 10 to 20% of randomly selected students and staff each month on a. Bernstein, a professor at biostatistics at GNU says this approach does have value, but it's limited. It is a good way of giving us a sense of how well we're doing, but it isn't in and of itself sufficient to stop outbreaks, while they're still limited to a handful of students. Bernstein says experience in other countries suggests that to halt the spread of illness, you need to test about 50% of students and staff twice a month married Blasio said Testing was the only one was only one part of the school system's plans to stop the.

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"les affaires" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:31 min | 5 months ago

"les affaires" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Cowered in the catacombs. That's actually a tourist myth and race is Jesus. Anyway, It was kind of like a revelation. I said, Oh, wow. I never even considered the idea that Jesus could have possibly been black. Who could have thought of this? It's all coming up after this. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. President Trump remains in a military hospital outside Washington today, all those doctors say he could be released tomorrow. The White House doctor also says Trump's blood oxygen levels fell twice in the past several days, and he's now taking a steroid to fight covert 19. Meanwhile, his diagnosis has rocked the presidential race. NPR's Mara Liasson reports, Both campaigns are trying to figure out how to proceed. Joe Biden took down his negative ads but continues to campaign. The Trump campaign says it will postpone events or make them virtual people are already voting in many states and the Trump campaign says they're ground operations like door knocking and phone banking will continue. The vice president and the president's family will travel the country as surrogates. It's not known how long it will take for the president to recover or whether he will be able to attend the next debate, which is supposed to take place in less than two weeks. The vice presidential debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris, scheduled for Wednesday in Salt Lake City, is expected to go on as planned. Mara Liasson NPR news As the number of Corona virus cases and parts of New York City grows. Mayor Bill de Blasio is asking the state for permission to close schools and re instate restrictions on nonessential businesses in several of the neighborhoods. Shutdowns would start on Wednesday and nine zip codes in the city where the number of positive test is on the rise. Blasio says the closures could last up to four weeks, depending on how those numbers go. On Friday, For example, we had almost 2000 new tests on top of what we had previously at over 20 locations in these key ZIP code. We're going continue toe amplify that continue to add testing capacity in these communities. Blasio says around 300 public and private schools would close and indoor dining, which just resumed at limited capacity a few days ago would be suspended. Pope Francis presented his blueprint for a post Covad world. Addressing income inequality, immigration and social injustice. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli has more The pope's post pandemic vision is contained in his latest encyclical Fratelli Duty in Italian Fratelli refers to both brothers and sisters. It's released came on the birthday of his namesake, ST Francis of Assisi. It's escaping description ofthe Les affaires capitalism. Francis denounces this dogma of neo liberal faith that resorts to the magic theories of spillover and trickle down economics. Ah, good economic policy, he adds, Creates jobs doesn't cut Tum. The encyclical is a critique of nationalism and populism and the divisiveness caused by social media on racism, the pope said. It is a virus that quickly mutates and instead of disappearing, goes into hiding and lurks in. Waiting. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome This's NPR live from the news. I'm Kate Wolf. Firefighters have made progress battling the glass fire burning in Sonoma and Napa counties. That bullies is.

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"les affaires" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:42 min | 5 months ago

"les affaires" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. Good morning. Many associates of President Trump are now infected by the Corona virus, including senators on the Judiciary Committee. Democrats are asking to delay the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett that nomination of Barrett to the Supreme Court was the reason so many people gathered at the White House a week ago yesterday, and that's now looking like a super spreader event will ask an expert why that's significant and how we address this pandemic. Meanwhile, Joe Biden keeps campaigning will have an update As Election Day closes in, it's now less than one month away. It's Sunday, October 4th. The news is coming up right now in this newscast. Live from NPR news. I'm trial. Snyder. President Trump remains at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center after testing positive for the Corona virus and showing symptoms of covert 19. He's expected to remain there for a few days for treatment that includes the antiviral drug grim death Severe NPR's Richard Harris. This drug is designed to stop the virus from mats producing inside the body. And the FDA has authorised its use, but specifically for people who are sick enough that they need help breathing. You know, when it was tried in people with mild to moderate symptoms, it actually didn't seem to help. But I should say that observation was based on a small sample, so we don't really know. Exactly where this drug is useful on a video president Trump tweeted last night, he said he is feeling better, but at the next few days of his treatment will be the real test. The video came after contradictory messages that cause some confusion about his condition. Vice president. Pence has been working from his home since since President Trump's diagnoses tested negative and plans to leave for Salt Lake City tomorrow in advance of Wednesday night's vice presidential debate against Democrat Kamala Harris. He's also planning to make some campaign stops, including in Arizona on Thursday. Chinese leader Xi Jinping has told President Trump that he hopes the president and first lady Melania Trump recover swiftly from covert 19 that comes despite deepening acrimony between Washington and Beijing. Here's NPR's John Brew Itch. China's state news Agency said she sent a message to Trump on Saturday. In it, the Chinese president expressed sympathy on behalf of himself and his wife on the U. N and they wish the trumps a speedy recovery. Pandemic has been a sore point between Trump and China. Trump has repeatedly called it the China played with the China virus and as recently as this week cast blame on Beijing for the spread of the disease, deflecting criticism of his own handling of it. Current virus was first detected in China late last year, but authorities there have largely brought it under control. The Chinese government has pushed back hard against accusations that it's to blame for the disease is spread around the world. John Druitt. NPR NEWS The reformer commanders from Colombia's FARC rebel group have admitted responsibility for six murders, including that of a conservative presidential candidate 25 years ago. The BBC's Electra Naysmith reports on the claim that gorillas made in a letter to the Special Justice for Peace Tribunal, which is responsible for investigating crimes committed by the FARC. At the time the killing of Alberto Gomez Carlo was widely thought to be the work of his political rivals. In a letter to Colombia's justice for Peace tribunal, three former FARC commanders say they were behind the hit Teo and now members of Congress, a result of the 2016 peace accords that ended the civil conflict, part of which meant rebel leaders confessing their crimes. Will lasted over half a century. Taking the lives of an estimated 200,000 people. Killers of Alvin now expressed progress, saying war clouds any vision of the future. This is NPR news. Pope Francis has presented his blueprint for a post Covad world, which covers fraternity income inequality, Immigration and social justice. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli Reports of Pope has a pendant says the pandemic has shown that market capitalism has failed. The pope's post pandemic vision is contained in his latest encyclical Fratelli Duty in Italian Fratelli refers to both brothers and sisters. It's released came on the birthday of his name, say ST Francis of Assisi. It's escaping description ofthe Les affaires capitalism. Francis denounces this dogma of neo liberal faith that resorts to the magic theories of spillover and trickle down economics. Ah, good economic policy, he adds, Creates jobs doesn't cut, Hm. The encyclical is a critique of nationalism and populism and the divisiveness caused by social media on racism, the pope said. It is a virus that quickly mutates and instead of disappearing, goes into hiding and lurks in waiting. Super Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome Muslims are being allowed to again make pilgrimages to Islam's holiest site at Mecca, Saudi Arabian government has partially lifted Corona virus restrictions that had been in place for months. But only a limited number of pilgrim 6000 per day or being allowed to enter the Grand Mosque and results from today's referendum and New Caledonia show a majority want to remain a part of France. Voters turned out in large numbers. French authorities say more than 53% rejected independence. New Caledonia is an archipelago in the South Pacific. The referendum Part of an effort aimed at settling tensions with pro ended with a pro independence native population. This is NPR support for NPR comes from the CMC Foundation, working to improve postsecondary educational outcomes for underserved students through evidence based innovation. Learn more at the C. M c foundation dot or GE and the listeners of cake. Six minutes. Now, past six o'clock, we do have another spare their day They are extended.

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"les affaires" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:15 min | 5 months ago

"les affaires" Discussed on KCRW

"Garcia Navarro. Good morning. Many associates of President Trump are now infected by the Corona virus, including senators on the Judiciary Committee. Democrats are asking to delay the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett that nomination of Barrett to the Supreme Court was the reason so many people gathered at the White House a week ago yesterday, and that's now looking like a super spreader event will ask an expert why that's significant and how we address this pandemic. Meanwhile, Joe Biden keeps campaigning will have an update As Election Day closes in, it's now less than one month away. It's Sunday, October 4th. The news is coming up right now. In this newscast. Live from NPR news. I'm child. Snyder. President Trump remains at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center after testing positive for the Corona virus and showing symptoms of covert 19. He's expected to remain there for a few days for treatment that includes the antiviral drug grim death Severe NPR's Richard Harris. This drug is designed to stop the virus from mats producing inside the body. And the FDA has authorised its use, but specifically for people who are sick enough that they need help breathing. You know when it was tried in people with mild to moderate symptoms that actually didn't seem to help, But I should say that observation was based on a small sample, so we don't really know exactly where this drug is useful on a video president Trump tweeted last night, he said he is feeling better, but at the next few days of his treatment will be the real test. Video came after contradictory messages that cause some confusion about his condition. Vice President Pence has been working from his home since the since President Trump's diagnosis he's tested negative. And plans to leave for Salt Lake City tomorrow in advance of Wednesday night's vice presidential debate against Democrat Kamala Harris. He's also planning to make some campaign stops, including in Arizona on Thursday. 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"les affaires" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

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"les affaires" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Mac Tanglewood yeah all I got three plus hours yet going to have some fun you get a board I'll take you call you have to do is pick up and dial eight five five two one two four two two seven we'll talk about the college football's happenings today we do in the national football league Hey given the Panthers and the box credit because it was another snooze fast for the first half coming off our Thursday night of know what is it about Thursday night. I yeah I remember we had all the folder on Philly late that you're about to play is complaining we all get hurt by bye bye bye we need to do away with Thursday night and they did a stir study in a survey in a the the injuries were no more on Thursday nights anywhere in any of the night so was fictitious said added players but the quality of the game just doesn't seem to play itself out we can we can out Thursday night is one of the more boring. sloppily played games Hey that's just I think in part to coaching you gotta be able call came up which difficult you've got to get out of a routine well that's what makes a really good teams they can you take them out of their natural habitat and you give them a different routine and they still perform to the level that they can that's really good teams and I don't know that either the third or the boxer good tape but Hey at least they got interesting light at least in the fourth quarter of the game was still sit in the balance and it was an interesting last possession to the game so given that much but we didn't get off to a rousing start on Thursday night full slate of games including a in this Sunday night which I have to pay yeah good attention to eagle falcons that will be in my for backpacks and the Monday night game between the chiefs to meet the Browns and my J. E. T. F. catch catch catch which I will watch almost under protest because they'd catch team is already coming apart at the seams a a Browns better get back I'm their feet here in week number two if they can't beat the jets that's not a good sign for team that that some people are picking to win that division not that the debate can look right what led the ravens looked great but the Steelers and the bangles also all we got three teams at all in one already in that division so we talk NFL and yes we will talk to basketball day because team USA got a victory today to lock up seven place in the FIBA World Cup. it's the worst international finished when I say internet climbing Olympics and FIBA which they used to call the World Cup and now they call the world champion where I get confused by some of the names but it's a non Olympic competition it doesn't matter seven place seven place and Gregg Popovich had some I thought you need things to say about the end of this tournament today that I'm going to play for you coming up in just a bit I you want to comment on it hit me up eight five five two one two four two two seven we start with Jason who's been patient casing on CBS sports radio. Hey are you don't pay for taking my call you got it will tell you mine so I played college basketball long time ago and I don't think people realize right I'm not saying that we should have got a light. aliens are hiring thousands of dollars or anything like that we're just something to make us feel comfortable not on the worry about paying the bill every every month our. you know it where is our next who's gonna come from. so I think the players definitely need to be counseled compensated. also ten people comment that he won and taking money. I want to give up your scholarship to somebody there will walk. or so my words under privileged why didn't she do that if you are taking money that doesn't make sense to me. good it's sad my scholarship and my room and board was compensation enough that's what he may have when you're reading into it and then you might be right you and I don't know what people meant if you could have questioned him after the comment you might have been able to get a more direct or more full Lanter by if you don't you should have gotten paid I don't take your your anger should be directed toward Tim T. bows saying he didn't need to get paid just because he disagrees with. well no not not that is like for example ray Anthony you know you didn't get a scholarship. he did not result you gave to somebody else. but I'm just saying for him to come out right now saying like if. if he was available to get paid right now he wondered cake. but. he did. scholarship instead of technical you got a scholarship to write. correct okay well then you got paid to so what we're what we're arguing over here what we're debating on a little bit is how much should you get paid if getting a scholarship and room and board is payment you just want more payment. for example. a scholarship. for me it was fourteen hundred dollars every two months. and I'm in California. so back. that I had to pay for wrote about my thank you. everything like that. what would you have stayed on campus and not paid. no they don't have doors wow okay. so a lot of people don't understand like was this scene which is a division one school yeah. okay I don't every division one player died except ride with leagues god room and board both scholarships land now that we're gonna land fourteen NASA fourteen hundred twenty two dollars was room and board but yeah so I had to pay the rent and my food and everything like that out of there your one million or not training table. for each. your old phone well then I I'm not gonna ask you what specific university you went to and or what year you attended that seems a little bit like to me. if you're talking about major universities today not as of two thousand nineteen our call it sounded like he might have played back in the nineties maybe even the eighties and everything has gone up significantly since but we're talking about universities to. room and board exceed fifty thousand dollars he easily some sixty seventy I don't think we've broken a hundred thousand dollar a year barrier yet but we're nor to fifty for damn sure so if you're looking at seventy five thousand per her over the course of four years if you can choose to stay for years which here is the almost ironic part of it a lot of the players who dried the revenue who make. ians of dollars for their university he only stayed for one year you want and then you move on football is a little different because you got to stay a minimum of three years but in college basketball you can be a one and done so they don't get a chance to earn advert seventy five thousand dollars for room and board they don't get a chance to earn a full three hundred thousand why because they already moved on they're already started their professional grade already in the NBA so. we'd say yeah conversation should I've been having on the air for their close to thirty years about whether college students should or shouldn't be paid there are so many different ways to break it down it I IT it's. it's an area that should continue to be evaluated there should be smarter minds then me and maybe you are trying to come up with ways to balance the books a little bit better so that the players can get at least some kind of payment it's not going to be huge but as our caller was kind of pointing to even if it's just the ability to take your girlfriend out on a Friday night why why should that is some of the players who don't have a source of income coming in other than their scholarship not be able to do something like that I'd I'd like to see I still make stamps but every single time I hear an idea that I think Hey that's at least a little something somebody's got a counter argument that yes but if you do it at the university did generates tens of millions of dollars there's another division one school it just about breaks even and have you start paying the players they're going to have to cut another sport and it's going to have an effect on Wally ball loose swimming or tractor bill whatever because does at major universities find a lot of their nine generating revenue sports programs through their big generating sports. so again I I've spent hours and hours and hours debating it talking about a nine year getting guests on about it and every single time I get someone on that I think has a good idea and your weight to facilitate it someone comes up with the counter reason why it doesn't really work. we get dad Brad appear Brad will Cleveland's on CBS sports radio. are you doing tonight hello Brad Hey good programs of are enjoying it thank you I didn't know your jets fans well my apologies for what's about to happen Monday night in advance of Monday night a yeah I mean the Browns out of the game Sunday they completely played an anchor with ugly the fans left beginning of a four cornered I don't blame them. because I mean the Browns needed to handle all the hype the biggest. just got laid biggest **** they were horrible eighteen penalties for almost two hundred yards and you know five sacks and three interceptions on with ugly I'm hoping now is is opening night jitters and maybe the Browns will you know come back to reality and leave be a decent looking team right and let me ask your brand quite is away from the game because I don't really want to talk about the game because I think it Browns gonna win by two touchdowns the del Beckham watch affair. don't you have uniform police in the National Football League. I don't have guys every single week making sure that they're not wearing towels and they're wearing the proper uniform in the socks there okay in the future league mandated and helmets all we know all about the helmet you gotta down with the president does otherwise do you get into les affaires Antonio brown how did you get on the field with a wide. well they're trying to say it wasn't like a horror dog joker metal object that is plastic but I don't I don't understand yeah I don't care whether request and I saw someone quoted a court appointed three hundred fifty thousand then I saw more hundred and seventy five thousand over the course of a week I don't care for that hi Max then he got for twenty nine ninety nine at Walmart it doesn't matter to me they have two uniformed police you're not supposed to be wearing a watch on the field what I mean if you've got a job somebody die I mean I also have a problem with the shop a lot wearing a gold stream you know I saw that on Monday Night Football and you guys should not be wearing jewelry in a football game you know I do the NFL is you know the referees are killing the game as it is well this is rule number one you know no jewelry on the field I completely agree with you that I didn't. I I do I do the the fact that people were trying to come up with the exact value of the whites to me that was the a relevant part of it let the part that matters to me is an yes I myself have gotten a new case of those whose job it is to make your uniforms applied to district NFL dress code which I think can be over the top but if you're gonna have it well then you got at least been portrayed and you can't let a guy go out on a bill what to watch Jennings arm and I don't intend to wear that once again on Monday night I mean this is one thing I I do respect they'll talents but I don't know he's a little bit you know he can't really open his mouth a lot about.

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