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Pope: Don't send migrants back to Libya and 'inhumane' camps
"Pope Francis has made a plea to the international community to stop the practice of returning migrants rescued at seats in Libya and other unsafe countries or don't know what the police told his truck I would use it to scrap that human race in the microwave yes and his backline Francis went on to ask the international community find a common concrete and lasting solutions to manage the flow of migrants and IBM across the Mediterranean the pope said those was sent back to Libya are exposed to inhumane violence in detention facility similar to concentration camps the U. N. human rights organizations have condemned the detention centers citing practices of beatings rape and other forms of torture and insufficient food hi
New Report Says Hunter Biden Demanded $2 Million From Libya
"Very serious story With broke yesterday on Business Insider broken incredible story about Hunter Biden again I say incredible because it's not incredible What's incredible about this story is if the media would have done their job before the 2020 election where remember that poll in November of 2020 one in 6 voters would have changed their vote if they knew the level of corruption from the Biden family and hunters deals Remember that poll Well this story Business Insider which is covered by Fox as well At Hunter Biden is alleged now to have tried to scam Libya out of $2 million too to try to get some funds Libya had locked up released Clearly trying to pay Hunter Biden who is a grifter for access to his dad to get money's Libya felt they were owed released so they were going to give 2 million to hunter according to the Business Insider report Now what's incredible about the story What's incredible about the story is it's totally not incredible And if the media would have done their jobs back in 2020 before the election when they knew Hunter Biden was running a huge grift scam campaign with his corrupt loser dad sitting in The White House now It's likely the election would have turned down not just differently but far differently Joe Biden likely would have lost this race in a landslide But because the media worked with the intelligence agency to hide this valuable information from the public because they are corrupt they effectively rigged rigged rigged left he's like you're not allowed to say that You don't tell me what we're allowed to say You can stick that up your wazoo We say what we want and we speak the truth It is now clear as day that the FBI tried to rig the 2016 election with the Hillary Clinton campaign In fact fact the verdict is in Fact the gavels
Sudan Says Military Coup Thwarted; Dozens of Troops Arrested
"Admiral to lead the lead story breaking news out of israel. This morning hadn't even made it in. The american press yet sudan claims to thwart military coup attempt. Many officers detained. Now i bring this up because sudan long ago and far away Harbored osama bin laden under a radical islamist regime. Have you been to khartoum. You're usually been to everywhere. Have you been to cartoon. I have not. He'd finally finally finally about. I'm not surprised because it was an islamist dictatorship forever right exactly. I think if. I'd said yes. You should have been very suspicious. Well why do we care about places like guinea and sudan. When coups happened admiral because the overall rule of law we wanna foster in the international community at breaks norms when elected governments of whatever stripe are overthrown be geo-strategically. We've seen again and again in these coup ridden contres bad actors bleed into it because they're largely ungoverned spaces in so many cases and we've that from afghanistan to libya to syria today to sudan. I fear for it in western africa. Guinea so i think those are the two principal reasons we oughta be concerned. One is philosophical political the others practical military beginning mogadishu or other failed states. But i do know you can give us a fairly good idea. What is living in a failed state. Like it's pretty much like what you saw in kabul over the last few weeks it masses of people desperation in their eyes extreme poverty armed gangs open trucks with skinny teenagers. Driving around with ak47's i'm describing both parts of east and west africa at this point all of those factors are part of this breakdown in lawlessness that audit concern very deeply in in all of these
Billions in US Weaponry Seized by Taliban
"Hugh hewitt joined now by ambassador. Michael oren longtime ambassador from israel to the united states joining us from israel. Good morning dr. Arnn on a dark thursday morning your investment of the events of the past week. Good to be with you. It's very disheartening Tragic and dangerous dangerous Israel like other american allies will go to the south korea. Japan depend on not just the perception of america's ability to project power but also protection american power. That's that's perception and the reality is who's blow this week But we have additional problems into the japanese in south korea. Don't have at is that he probably von have now acquired vast amounts unfold amount up sophisticated american and remember back in two thousand eleven when qaddafi in libya. It took about one. Week you for american shoulder-fired anti-aircraft missiles to reach gaza one week. Can you imagine what we're gonna have to face now.
Journalist Daniel Greenfield Believes the Taliban Will Sell US Military Assets
"I wanna talk to you about what's going on today in the middle east. This is not unrelated What views on. What is transpiring right. Now as a result of biden's decision to pull out what looks like Precipitously putting many lives in danger to say the least if they precipitous pullout. It's one that has absolutely made. America look impotent. Weak and incapable of doing even the simplest things like evacuating civilians before the military and iran is definitely getting the message going ahead and saying that it's bush as hard as it can because machine is going to run away from any conflict and so is every other terrorist group now the sheer amount of weapons american. We're talking american equipment. Artillery even drones fell to the hands of the taliban the taliban and not going to be able to use all that equipment. They're going to start reselling it. We saw obama's illegal intervention in libya that all of those weapons they ended up and conflicts all over. The world are the weapons that Five left behind in afghanistan. Americans are going to be killed by. Those pencils are gonna make their way into the middle east i. They're going to make their way into a tax in north africa and they could very well even be smuggled into this country for tax. I there's going to be a huge open-air arms market in afghanistan every single islamic terrorist group. Everything is going to go. There might be started the network of training camps and we are going to see a lot of books. a
The Biden Administration is Confusing White Supremacists With Jihadists
"Are back with lead. Ferris professor of international relations fulmer advise if a national security and foreign policy to candidate trump the author of future jihad and more recently. The last spring We we have to talk about this. Administration's culpability for the events in afghanistan. Let's listen to the chief diplomat. Antony blinken from the biden administration. We're looking across the board at the Increasing danger posed by White supremacist groups Around the world And this is a growing problem and and growing town. Something we're looking at and we'll have to decide how we can be most effective for our part In dealing with the problem so professor priorities for the abidin. State department are hunting down white supremacists across the globe have any white supremacists toppled governments lately. what is the white supremacy nexus. Oh i don't know in iran in afghanistan and pakistan. You'll reaction to the state of foreign policy praxis. In this the greatest nation on god's earth well if follow that projection by the secretary of state. We would consider that white supremacist as he called. Them are firing these rockets and missiles from gaza to israel and those other missiles from southern lebanon into israel. And as you just said. I'll have just taken excuse me. The country of afghanistan are fighting. The currents are actually committing genocide in sudan are trying to Control libya these otherwise supremacists talking about or these other jihadists and talking about white. Supremacists is a cover up in my view from a geopolitical perspective to not talk any more about the real threats. Why because there is an iran deal to signed so we can't talk about that because now there's a taliban deal that they are enforcing the way they did and more and more so. I think that our foreign policy is shocking people around the world. Who are who this shocking. The most or these statements civil societies women minorities people who call themselves liberals around the world who do not understand what is this administration talking about not addressing the real serious strategic threats around the world.
Interview With Steven Bathiche: Microsoft Technical Fellow
"Me today is stevie. British stevia technical fellow at microsoft leads applied sciences group which is an interdisciplinary team of scientists and product engineers. His expertise lies in multidisciplinary approaches to inventing technologies and experiences for windows and devices he's been shipping and inventing new devices interfaces and experiences for twenty years from the original surface table to our present line of tablets and laptops welcome. Stevie thanksgiving is so cool. You do this man. I'm excited giddy. Appreciate the time you're going to spend Spend together and this is just so cool for the company. Yeah i i. it's it's It's exciting for me to like. I always Love opportunities to chat with you. so being able to do this on an tape so that everybody can hear it. I think is Is the pressure recording. So i love to start with you as a kid and how you got interested in science technology because you you ever really broad curiosity and set of interest and i'd love to understand how that started is a great question. Yeah i mean as a kid. We saw worn in lebanon around the middle of civil war and that kind of stuff off and moving every few years different countries and so we moved around a lot as a kid. I lived in libya pakistan Stock on five years jeddah. Saudi arabia queens new york and then finally relented and texas where started going into Know junior high school and then we finally moved to virginia where i went to high school and eventually a college.
The Story of Mu’ammar Al-Qadhdhāfī
"Late nineteen fifties more gadhafi. The man who will become libya's decades-long dictator is a teenager. In a fledgling country for centuries libya's been under the yoke of a succession of colonial overload. Now finally the nation has independence but for libyan citizens on the street. The still one major problem. The new king interest the i is a stooge of the west is being imposed upon the people not put into power by them on top of that address and his western backers control. The new game changing resource that has just been discovered under the libyan earth oil in the years to come the tussle over this precious commodity will become part of a much broader struggle to rid libya of all foreign interference. The struggle that will soon be led by one man. This is part two of the moammar gadhafi's story
Celebrating La Paz, Bolivia
"It's morning this is a son of la pass. Libya bolivia's unique. It has two capitals in la paz one of them. So it's a very busy city specially in the morning. Traffic lights are blinking red and green but a lot of drivers. Just ignore the lights. Et ignore the traffic signs. The intersections are packed. Meanwhile their mothers walking their kids to school lenders setting up tents along the curb and crowds of people under way to work for these pedestrians. The streets lupus are dangerous. But then in the chaos. There's zebra zebras holding up a bring paddle sign and one side of the paddle. At says body stopped in spanish and on the other side it says gaseous dink you disea- bre walks up to woman waiting to cross the street and tucks her paddle between their arm. Suddenly cars all stop disease protects. The woman's hand in safely guides across the street in la. Paz this is bruce job.
President Trump's 2017 Travel Restrictions Were on Countries Listed by Obama; Not a Muslims Ban
"The reason they were banned. During those travel restrictions were because they were from a list of seven countries. Seven countries that were put on that list because of terrorism problems by one who wait for it, Wait for it. Barack Obama. If it was a Muslim ban and not a banned from certain terror supporting countries. We're having a problem vetting people in Than any Muslim would have been allowed in the United States again to the Liberals. This thing I'm just asking you to do an exercise and logic here. If Trump's travel restrictions targeted Muslims and they said, you are banned that if you are Muslim, you would not be allowed in. That is not true. You're Muslim. You were allowed into the United States. It was not a Muslim bed. It was a travel restriction from seven countries that the Obama the Obama administration had categorized as having issues with their vetting process because of their problems with terrorism. You doubt me? I always come at the receipts, folks, I'm not gonna waste your time. Here's an observer article. Michael, say NATO January 30th 2017. Headline Obama administration helped make Trump's Muslim travel ban possible quote as opposed to being an anomaly induced by Trump's presidency. The band was set in motion by Obama's administration. In December of 22 US 15 Obama signed into law the Visa Waiver Improvement and Terrorists Travel Prevention Act. Which designated Iraq, Iran, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Libya and Somalia as areas of concern. One of those countries have in common with the Trump travel ban. Or a Muslim ban, according to leftist lunatics. It's the exact same countries he used to restrict travel from the ones the Obama administration had designated as having problems with terrorism.
Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Sour’ Scores the Biggest Debut of the Year
"A livia. Rodriguez debut album. Sour captures a sweet week. I've been avenues in that first and last week and a half. I know. I'm sure everyone is very tired. captures a sweet week as it debuts at number one on the billboard two hundred chart with two hundred ninety five thousand equivalent album units earned in the us in the week may twenty seventh according to an rc data while katie is holding up. A box of libya rodrigo. Sour patch is that. Is there an album inside. There are no. It's literally just our patch kids. Wow opened it yet. Wow is was that just at the grocery store. No they actually did pop-ups in new york and la in la. She did like a car wash. Did you see pictures from that. Took over a car wash. no no no. They were not keith. they were they. Were i think doing this hour patch kids and they changed the sign edge of the car wash till like sour. Our car wash sue and olivia went there even. Wow yeah Well with that two hundred ninety five thousand units. It's actually surpasses the previous biggest week When taylor swift's fearless debuted at number one with two hundred ninety one thousand units on the april twenty fourth chart. So if if. I didn't actually impressed that upon you yet. Olivia rodriguez has the biggest week of the year for an album with sour sour. Also nabs the largest week for an axe debut charting album on the billboard. Two hundred since. The chart transitioned from an album sales. Only ranking to a units based fancy consumption chart back in december of twenty fourteen. I'd actually beats cardi b.'s. Debut sat and i billboard two hundred entry invasion of privacy which opened at number one on april twenty first two thousand eighteen chart with two hundred and fifty five thousand units
facebook says Russia Is Still the Biggest Player in Disinformation
"Belgium disrupt cyber espionage in the wake of microsoft's recent disclosure of exchange server vulnerabilities belgium's federal public service interior launch. An investigation in march with the help of the center for cyber security belgium. The agency eventually discovered a cyber espionage campaign underway that dated back to two thousand nineteen. Although it's unclear if the campaign was related to experts in the exchange vulnerabilities that triggered the investigation authorities characterize the damage from the campaign as a limited and contained despite existing for years the operators had sabir capacities and extensive resources with timing. That suggests a state actor. Facebook says russia is still the largest producer of misinformation. This comes from a new report. The company released this week detailing how the platform disrupted one hundred. Fifty different disinformation operations overall. Facebook claims to have uncovered disinformation campaigns in more than fifty countries. Since twenty seventeen aside from russia iran myanmar the united states and ukraine were the most identified originating countries of disinformation operations while the united states ukraine britain libya and sudan were the most frequently targeted. Facebook isn't just taking actions against misinformation campaigns however the company announced a new system that reduce distribution of all posts from individual accounts that routinely share misinformation. This policy had previously been in place for pages and groups but has now extended to individual accounts. What's absues over indian. It laws these laws were originally passed in february and effective on may twenty six. The law requires messages to be put traceable database to identify unlawful content. This would require what's up to no longer offer end to end encrypted messaging in order to be compliant. What's up to the. Laws are unconstitutional and a violation of citizens rights to the preservation of privacy comparing the traceability requirement of the law to mass surveillance
UN Rights Chief Urges Libya, EU, to Protect Migrants Crossing the Central Mediterranean
"With hundreds of migrants still dying and shipwrecks in the central mediterranean. The u n high commissioner for human rights on wednesday called on libya's unity government and european union countries to urgently reform their search and rescue policies and practices to better save lives. Michelle bachelet said the real tragedy. Is that so much of this. Suffering and death is preventable. People drown either because help comes too late or not at all. She said meanwhile those who are rescued face long delays at sea before they can safely disembark or a return to libya which is not a safe harbor due to ongoing violence. Her office has issued a report which notes that at least six hundred and thirty two people have died on the central mediterranean route to europe this year despite a significant drop in the overall number of migrants making this journey in recent years the report expressed concern that the eu and its member states have significantly cut back on maritime search and rescue operations while humanitarian. Ngos have been blocked from carrying out lifesaving rescues at the same time. Private commercial vessels have increasingly avoided helping migrant boats in distress because of delays and standoffs over bringing them to land
New Mediterranean Shipwreck Reopens Debate Over Tragic Migrant Journeys
"In the mediterranean sea. That claimed the lives of one hundred and thirty migrants last week. Three ignited the debate about why more companies don't protect these vulnerable. People risked everything with the details about this latest tragedy. Which happened just off the libyan coast his sophomore sailly from the un migration agency. I m speaking to you and uses daniel johnson. Well it is an officer tragedy. That one hundred thirty people died again leading and sending distress goals for two days in international waters in the central mediterranean. Mrc's maritime rescue centers have been informed of the existence of this boat for at least two days. The ngo vessel ocean viking found remains of the boat and dozens of bodies floating nearby the signaling that at least one hundred and seventy people harish last week. This is an utter tragedy that people continue to die. On europe's store step. There were three boats out there last week. When this was an alert from the international organization for migration working you tell us about the other two boats so there were three boats last week in the central mediterranean. One of these boats were in was intercepted and returned to libya by the libyan coast guard board. The boat was a mother and her child who were found dead and one hundred other people who were taken to arbitrary detention at the ngo alarm phone alerted to the existence of two more boats. One carry in roughly one hundred thirty people and the third one carrying forty people. It's very sad that the one carrying one hundred and thirty people was found shipwrecked and the third boat. We hit yesterday From the ngos consummation that the boat arrived in tunisia autonomously we are happy and thankful that people are alive that we continue to reiterate that the situation in the central mediterranean cannot continue as such
Pope: Migrants Begged for Help at Sea, Shamefully Ignored
"Pope Francis has decried as a shameful the deaths of hundred thirty migrants in the Mediterranean saying that pleaded for two days for help with the overcrowded foundering rubber dinghy in the sea of Libya but potential rescuers choose to look the other way Francisco the sea tragedy last week a moment of shame the migrants had made a call for help on Wednesday on Thursday when a military rescue boat and the merchant ship in the area the selling very rough waters arrived at the scene the deflating dinghy have partially sunk and several bodies were seen in the water and no survivors were found rescue centers in Libya Malta Italy had been allotted according to the European Union border protection agency Frontex one of those planes had located the dingy armaments area Shockley
Idriss Déby, President of Chad, Dies After Clashes With Rebels
"Chad's President, Idriss Deby, has died of his injuries following clashes with rebels in the north of the country at the weekend. The baby sees Catherine be a room GAH has the story. President Idriss Deby had to pull out of an election victory celebration on Monday. His campaign director said he was visiting soldiers battling rebels to the north of the capital. The front for Change and Concord in Chad began his campaign on election Day by attacking a border post with Libya. The vote earlier this month was heavily contested on the main opposition candidates had pulled out, citing attacks by state forces. President Debbie has been criticized for his human rights record, but Is seen as a key security ally by France and other countries in the region in the battle against Boko, Haram and other groups linked to Al Qaeda and the Islamic state.
Chad President Deby Dies at 68 After Three-Decade Rule
"Idriss Deby has died from injuries. We're told sustained on the front line off the battle against rebel forces. This is how the army spokesman General ASM By Amanda A. Guana announced the death. Marshaled each other. It is Debbie signal. The marshal of Chad Idriss Deby it no. As he did every time Republican institutions were gravely threatened, took the lead during a heroic operation. Directed against terrorists who came from Libya. He was wounded in the fighting on passed away shortly after being returned to INGE Amina.
Chad's President Idriss Déby Dies After 'Clashes With Rebels'
"Today with news that broke in just the last two hours from Chad, the Central African country, which sits south of Libya and also borders Sudan and in Asia. The President Idriss Deby has died from injuries. We're told sustained on the front line off the battle against rebel forces. This is how the army spokesman General ASM By Amanda A. Guana announced the death. Marshaled each other. It is Debbie signal. The marshal of Chad Idriss Deby it no. As he did every time Republican institutions were gravely threatened, took the lead during a heroic operation. Directed against terrorists who came from Libya. He was wounded in the fighting on passed away shortly after being returned to INGE Amina. His death comes just hours after provisional results from the recent presidential election gave him nearly 80% off the votes. This would have been his sixth term in office, running largely unopposed in a country he has ruled for the past three decades. From bases in Libya. Rebels have been advancing on the capital and Janina on president. Debbie had per spooned his victory speech, instead choosing to visit Chadian soldiers. Just a short time ago, we got through to Muhammed Adamu, who is a freelance journalist in the capital, N'Djamena. It was during a battle in North Can Emma but with the charge and rebels who stormed the country from the south side of Libya. They've been progressing till not contempt does roughly 300 kilometers from the capital, N'Djamena, and that's where it will be a one to the front line. And finally he's been wounded and evacuated him to N'Djamena. Where as you know he died. You
"libya" Discussed on UN News
"This is matt well as you're news. Following a decade of political instability and conflict libyans are on the path to peace and the international community needs to do its part which includes respecting an arms embargo. Top official there said in an exclusive interview with our un news. Aerobic team stephanie. Williams acting special representative of the secretary general commended. The first round of political talks between the government of national accord in libyan national army held last week and she initiate ms williams spoke to my yakub about ongoing developments in libya. Since the signing of historic ceasefire agreed last month under the auspices of the un mission in the country. Un's mil which she had. A ceasefire agreement itself was really greeted of rate of ause across the via. Withings were so relieved to see more officers. Come together with very great sense of national responsibility and to reach across the table. Shake hands and really for the sake of libya start to take steps to <hes>. To unify institutions to ease the conditions for average le'veon's and to really pave the way for the resumption of the political process. You have just concluded the first first-round of critical dialogue forum. Are you happy with the results. In how are the preparation for the second round going preparations for the second round or underway. I am very pleased with what happened here in tunis. Last week seventy five participants came the sach talk for some of them really the first time that they have come together since the revolutions twenty eleven over these long years of crisis and division and they to gingrich national responsibility an desire for reconciliation and desire to put the country on the right on the libyan to restore rabin decision making in socrates. They're very intensive day. They accomplished a lot. They <hes> decided that national elections should be held on december fourth. Twenty twenty one which marks seventieth anniversary of libya's independence. So what better day. For libyan's to come together to renew their institutions through credible inclusive and fair elections. They also agreed a national roadmap for a preparatory period leading up to elections they renamed. The perogatives are reformed presidency council and a separate premiership in unity government in. They also agreed the eligibility criteria for candidates to these positions. I am really pleased to say that of the seventy five participants. The women's participants really stood out. They came together as a block fairly early on in the process started working on a statement issued outline really a series of principles recommendation. She improving women's participation in the political process and governance. They demanded that remains should account for no west thirty percent of the leadership positions in the recently formed executive authority and that was also echoed in the roadmap which was consensually agreed by having participants. On the last day miss williams. You just mentioned the election. What will will on smell. In how how would smell facilitated so are we support of the higher national elections commission. Which is the national sovereign body in libya that is charged with organizing elections. We also work directly with the authorities in the government of national board to ensure that they support the h. neck through expanding. Its operations and i'm pleased to say that. The government of national forest has announced that they will on begin this much needed financing of the h neck. So we will stand with the libyan stand with the elections commission as they undertake the challenging. Work ahead to organize these much desired national elections. You also spoke about women. What is awesome <unk>. The wing to ensure the representation and participation of libyan women the election. But also andy libyan seen in general so. We made sure that arabian women were strongly represented in the political dialogue. They are also were paraded in economic dialogue. And in terms of what we're doing you know we are facilitate <hes>. Gender sensitive gender inclusive legislation to be taken out by the the libyan parliament. And that will we believe. Better enable access. Stir women candidates to office. And those who will no doubt be running. In the parliaments
"libya" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"libya" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast
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"libya" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Two count co exist up next Libya central bank governor calls for help in the shut down of oil ports by military commander our interview with him is next this is Bloomberg change.
"libya" Discussed on The Heat
"You as ships stopped him in Mitterrand's right you so now we'll see what happens Is anybody willing to take that step. I want to get to another point in the meeting. And that is the foreign powers. pledging to stop interfering in Libya. Zoli side sat down got together and they said we're not going to interfere in the internal affairs of Libya in the future. Was this directed at Russia and to yes now. It is but the statements as being grammy and there is a U N resolution to to not for example sell arms to Libya. That's been there since two thousand eleven. You know they've been violating. It left. Tried than center right especially like the according to U. N. documents a Jordan Egypt. So they've been selling and giving arms huffed for a few years not anything new now of course the whole conference. This entire conference is aimed to try to limit the Turkish involvement in Libya and also with Russia for what of them Libya is minor file in their complex partnerships. In Syria Iraq Gas gas pipelines. And so on I mean. Russia and Turkey are very very close. Allies to the point that Turkey is willing to defy NATO on by air defense systems from they are very close and they reached agreement on how to divide the Lupine so this almost gets back to the Cold War doesn't it yes with big powers fighting for influence in a small country and the French On the other side who are pushing Europe and they talent to a lesser extent. Of course they you know the they cannot. You can't enter into a ring that has two heavyweights like Russia and Turkey. And think you're GONNA win so they're trying to to get an international consensus on trying to restrict their freedoms inside of Libya right and you talk about facts on the ground. If you look at the situation in Libya right now. Politicians can make make decisions that can pass resolutions in foreign capitals. Do whatever they want to but the situation in Libya right now is that there are many mercenaries operating they. Listen to no one. Except except the guy who's paying them exact there smugglers operating there. We know that they are Chadian mercenaries operating this Sudanese mercenaries operating. Nobody's GonNa be able to tell tell him to to drop. No I mean as after can can give the money. The problem is if everything stops. Let's say there's a cease fire fire today right. He's still has to pay these guys. That's a major payment plan that I don't think he's going to be able to sustain but there's also now you have almost impossibility of a military solution rain rain. I mean he hasn't been able to enter Tripoli for ten months fighting. Just the local guys who rallied to defend the city or defend their own homes and now they they have very clear. Open recognized military support from Turkey. I don't see how he's going to be able to break in after this. I mean I would argue that. The nonexistence of cease fire works against him because that will give Turkey a free hand to actually beat them up right and to fulfill what other hand said that he's GonNa teach him a lesson he will never forget so One of the other things that came out of the bed in conference was the United Nations Secretary. General Antonio Guterres saying that there is is no military solution to this conflict at has to be negotiated. You see that well there is. I mean they'd be repeating this mantra for years and it is that's true because how are you going to have a military solution. I mean even if after let's enter Tripoli does he think that these fighters and these coalitions of people who have been fighting fighting him to the debt are GonNa just walk away well it just becomes even more for guerrilla war exactly if the international community has not stop this war. It's going to increase the flow of terrorists migrants all kinds of unsavory characters Very picture there but let's end on a positive note. Did you see anything. That was positive that came out of the conference. There only thing that I saw a positive is actually they got together. You have to admit that's thanks to Turkey rickie because all of a sudden the Libya file began to garner more interest. That's why you got everybody around Debacle which I think in itself is a positive thing that Libya now is back on the front burner of a lot of capitals. The second positive thing I've I've seen not in agreement but I've seen in the last few weeks and that is that at least. There is a lull in the fighting in around. Tripoli amherst are no longer using their drones to bomb the capital out of fear of Turkish defences that made life a little bit easier for residents in the capital. I think the fact that now you have deterrence on the ground is GONNA push sh everybody towards some sort of solution. I don't see what the solution is going to be like. But I think Now they have more incentives. Everybody has an incentive to try to a figure something out Libya in general and just for a long-term solution Libya will never experience peace and less you create some kind of federal federal system in which each of these regions somehow are in control of determining their own lives. And we other about seventy countries that conflict because you know most of these is countries are artificial countries as you know I mean this is the legacy. This ad didn't disasters legacy of Europe. is they created these countries You know A Pencil and a ruler much. Ed Libya is massive. Country would very small population about six million most they. You don't have a common national identity of you. And they were only force. Do remain together because of Gadhafi.
"libya" Discussed on The Heat
"They don't have a common national identity of you and they were only forced to remain together because of Gadhafi Gaddafi had an iron fist. So we saw also in Iraq. The minute you remove that pressure of power all of these divisions surface all over again if the international community does not stop this war. Europe is going to be flooded with immigrants which terrorists wed smugglers with all kinds of reasons. Why absolute Libya's ongoing civil war continues? Can you stress. Can I ask the international community scrambled to find a political solution on Sunday. World leaders met for a summit hosted by Germany's Angela Merkel in Berlin that twat unable to secure a during the summit heads of the two warring factions Libya's internationally-recognised promised Faez Suraj and opposition commander Undone General Halifa after refused to even meet face to face as the summit was taking place militia forces. Loyal to huffed are forced a shutdown of Libya's major oilfields and new assault took place on his capital Tripoli.
"libya" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Libya yes thank you all very much now when Obama without going to Congress join the French and British into bombing Libya never mind more Qaddafi turned over his WMD as I said before minister Farrakhan he was photographed with then senator Obama and about the photograph you might recall Alan Dershowitz said the long time Democrat had he known about that photograph you never would have voted for Obama anyway after Obama started his bombing campaign against Libya Farrakhan criticized but this the white man made him do it he was pushed into it by the quote motive to hide America's we get agenda close quote so you see the Obama started bombing Libya and not because he thought it was in the best interest of the country but because the white man who of course is not interested in the best interest of the country make him do it about the Iran nuclear deal I told you that Obama's first secretary of defense Robert gates said the deal was based upon an unrealistic hope that after all these wonderful benefits after ten years of wonderful benefits ran would return to the unity of nations here's what he said about that I think that the pursuit of the agreement is based on the president's hope that over a ten year period with the sanctions being lifted of that the Iranians will become a constructive stay colder in the international community that and then as their economy begins to grow again that that they will abandon their ideology their theology their revolutionary principles their meddling in various parts of the region and frankly I believe that's very unrealistic and the current secretary of state about the Iran deal said this this morning thought about fantasy it's a fantasy to think that the nuclear deal was good for the United States of America protecting the American people there were terror campaigns were missile systems that were enhanced improved during the JC Penney the money at the Iranian regime was permitted to have under wrote the very she him alleges that our the ones that took on and ultimately killed an American we had a lot of work to do to fix this isn't about I'm doing what I vomited this is about protecting and defending the American people president trump has been incredible resolution that I.
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"In order to make these conductors interceptions and prevent people from reaching Europe so with Italy's ports virtually closed the numbers traveling from Libya have fallen but this is mid summer. It's high season for crossings. Thanks to Europe for the survivors of tragedy. What will happen to them now? What what do they want? What are they aiming for? It's incredibly difficult to see what is going to happen to the survivors. The default practice in Libya is for these people to be returned to detention incentives where they are indefinitely an arbitrarily held in inhumane conditions. We have seen over recent weeks. Some optimistic calls from different European leaders and also even from Libyan government saying that it's time to close detention centers has come it has taken these horrific incidents in order for people to realize the inhumanity of the situation on the human cost that is being paid for in the lives on the suffering of refugees migrants asylum-seekers both in Libya and sentiment. It's raining Sam will leave it there. Thank you for your thoughts. Thank you very much that was Sam Turner. The head of mission for Libya for Doctors Without Borders also there director of Mediterranean search and rescue operations the desperation of migrants leaving Libya is clear based on the risks they take but once those migrants reached the shores of Italy and Greece their fate is still uncertain. The European Union is trying to provide some clarity with a new scheme to redistribute migrants to uh other E._U.. member-states Fourteen countries have approved the plan so far Shoshana find is with the European Council on Foreign Relations and she explained how this new plan compares to the current system to be honest up present. We don't know much about how how old is distribution. Mechanism is going to work in practice particularly of the last year with really been stuck in this kind of insole mechanism conducted through crisis mode kind of pillow and orderly distribution mechanism so what we see here is the coalition of goodwill in states have tried to come up with something that is a little bit more formalized. It's an initiative among member states kind of by pass the E._U.. Legal <unk> is that fluids in the sense it really is full responsibility sharing so countries that are kind of further away from the Mediterranean saying we want to play a more important role her so the migrants in refugees are able to disembark in these countries lane it can be taken to other human states where there's canes can be processed so France led the talks on this got endorsement from a number of E._U.. Countries as goodwill states as you say and Italy very vocal against the plan France aunts and Italy what are they both hoping to get out of the deal. I think that they both in some ways one nor European solidarity so I think that Italy has been saying some time is why should we be responsible for <music> all migrants crossing the Mediterranean why on other states also opening borders that at present within cools actually from cities particularly if we take the case of gem names in a number of Mas- push for this kind of solidarity saying okay you know we are ready to welcome refugees migrants. If you open your pools who NGO vessels than we would also play a role in in welcoming these people to your Italy's far right Interior Interior Minister Mateo Salvini said that Italy quote does not take orders and is not a partner to the new deal..
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"In Europe is as divided as U._S.. On Immigration and as the politicians they're argue migrants keep risking their lives on the dangerous sea crossing from Libya. What's clear is that the pope was woefully unprepared to make this journey and then start to take on water shortly after the coast also today an opposition activists in Moscow is arrested as the Russian government cracks down on descent again plus Iceland Taus the benefits of tap water and the Fortnight World Cup brings some of the world's Best Gamers to New York City think Latina America's? I'm really happy excitement. Thank you. I'm Marco Werman stories are more today on the world the deadliest shipwreck in the Mediterranean so far this year about carrying nearly three hundred migrants capsized off the coast of Libya on Thursday over one hundred people are feared drowned Sam Turner heads up doctorswithoutborders search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean. We know talk about the parts it from Libya with approximately three hundred people onboard than our teams started to receive calls in the morning to attend the what what are referred to as disembarkation points while they found was that one one hundred thirty five people were being disembarked at those locations in our teams provided immediate medical care to those individuals seven of had been pulled out of water and we're in critical condition suffering from a lack of oxygen genetic hypothermia they had to be referred immediately by ambulance to hospital. We heard from one of the fishermen who had been involved in the rescue of that he'd counted as many as seventy dead bodies floating in the water. Our our teams also spoke to a Sudanese man who had been literally pulled out of the water he told <hes> one of our nurses that he'd seen his wife and his kids drown in front of his eyes seemed calm but but he he was just sitting there in absolute shock beyond tragic <unk>. What was the boat overloaded? Do you know who's in charge of the boat. Who owns the boat? We don't have any further details as is often the case these are often are arranged trafficking or smuggling operations operations and the first that we hear of it is is the distress cases in Mediterranean but what's clear is that the boat was woefully unprepared to make this journey and start to take on war to shortly after they left the coast were a lot of these migrants sub Saharan Africans than where were they staying in Libya while they were waiting for these both take him across Mediterranean though is the range of nationalities in involved in this case including Eritreans Bangladesh's and the a number of of other sub Saharan African countries the places where people stay prior to to taking to the see. I mean they come from a variety of backgrounds of some have suffered at the hands of traffickers and people who exploited them during during the time in Libya some bearing evidence of time of mistreatment in an even torture during their journeys Libya others potentially have been displaced more recently by conflicts that is still affecting Tripoli. I believe the capital city that detention camp that was attacked a few weeks ago. What condition is that center in now and did any of the survivors of this vote sinking where they brought back there well? This is what we're trying to work house at the moment so the incident you're referring to the tack onto jury detention center which in which airstrike killed sixty people and injured seventy others in the week after the attack of the people who were in the detention center did leave but only days after that people were once again being detained into Jura detention center and right now we believe that they're over two hundred people who are detained there some of have been returned to that detention center after being intercepted at sea by the Libyan coastguard discard which is supported by the E._U...
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"The standoff it's a situation in which you have people on board the justice cape torture comes in libya and now they're again in custody windy and cold other kids had no other chance then trended deport because of the situation was deteriorating people were threatening to strode himself overboard yet medical emergencies that had to be evacuated but could not just wait for every single person to become a medical emergency before shanta support ruben have you had a chance to speak with captain recanting or any of the migrants who were on boat i have a chance to speak to co lead she's fine she's pretty happy about the judgment because it's a clear sign for solidarity and it's a clear sign also to all other kept on the mediterranean sea doesn't make sense extra to follow the international law and the law of the sea and to respect human rights for people in maritime distress it does sound like this could come up again perhaps not with captain rocket day but likely with another ship rescuing migrants at sea do you intend to keep fighting italian government on this of course we will continue to enforce human rights on the mediterranean sea we will continue to follow the international law as we always do it because it's not a crime it's not fighting the government to rescue people in distress it's got one men fighting basic human principles if you're criminalized see rescue so what will happen to the migrants who were on the sea watch three there now inland producer they might be distribution to other european countries now it's not pretty clear but the most important thing is they lead but they are in safety in the day and not have to electric ruben annoy bauer with watch thank you very much for speaking with us you know the deadly fire on board a small nuclear submarine is front and center russian president vladimir putin pope francis expressed his condolences for the fourteen sailors who died in the incident tomorrow boot and has along scheduled audience with pope francis at the vatican in the background of that meeting is a deep divide between the russian orthodox church andy ukrainian orthodox church an rome's own role in the politics of these two religions arena do ken was a research fellow of georgetown university's berkeley center for religion piece in world affairs up bruton and the pope have met two times before wire they meeting again what do they actually have to talk about my impression is that puts in a meeting with pope francis is part of a larger italy but also it so happens there are issues for to talk about statistically the situation in ukraine and also as i understand it the situation in the middle east because in terms of the letter both the pope and puts in that position elders people who are particular literally worried about the fate of middle true christian what do you think is pollutants motive behind kind of representing middle east christians i mean russia's intervening in in the war in syria do you think he's trying to kind of burnish what they're trying to do their oh sure of course russia credits darkly strong relationship with the christian population of syrian palestine in general you know the reality is in the middle eastern christians are in trouble and for whatever reason the government is real strategic point of view i used to soft power just like recourse here you know just trying to be friendly a nice and you know forget they're dropping newman or they met in twenty fifteen a second time and at the time of pope francis urged everybody all the parties in ukraine and conflict to kind of make a sincere effort for peace what what will the pope to help hooton about eastern ukraine and crimea you bet you'll listen to this time well honestly i think he'll say something about peace and i think nothing's gonna happen i don't think we're gonna listen to any anything you're where the in ukraine there is a situation around the ukrainian in.
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"Moammar Gaddafi Libya is on the brink of civil war warring militias. There are locked in a power struggle for control of the capital city Tripoli to the west the UN backed government in Tripoli to the east forces loyal to a general named Khalifa huff tar US secretary of state Mike Pompeo released a statement urging huff tar to immediately stop his military operations in over the weekend. The US military pulled its troops out of the country. Jeffrey Feldman served as the UN under secretary general for political affairs until last year. And he's in our studios with us this morning. Thanks so much for coming in for vitamin. This is important story. It is indeed. And as you well know Libya has been unstable for a long time ever since Moammar Qaddafi was unseeded in twenty eleven President Obama described his handling of the aftermath of that as the quote worst mistake of his presidency. Can you just? Help us understand. What is happening right now. Thank you. This keeping in mind that despite the instability despite the political chaos in Libya since two thousand eleven this is not Syria. We have not seen the type of destruction or fatalities or casualties that we've seen in Syria in the in the same period. But what you have is you have a government in Tripoli that's been recognized internationally. So it's the support of the Security Council has been unable to build momentum to expand control over the country facing as you as you said the introduction a rival force in the east headed by general Heff, Dr Who was once an officer and Qaddafi army who's now moved his forces. I south and now up on the edge of of Tripoli. Leading to the situation. That's on the verge verge of civil war is getting support from Russia. Right. Yes. Have traditionally has gotten support from from Egypt from the UAE from France for going against Islamist in eastern in eastern Libya. But now he also has the support of Russia, and he seems to have the support of Saudi Arabia. He had an important meeting with bin someone and king someone in Riyadh on March twenty seventh. I think that that support from Russia. The support from Saudi Arabia helps explain why he's moved now. I think he's long these long wanted to do this aspiration of him of his, but it's proven to be more difficult. And he thought he thought that he would be able to basically walk into Tripoli. And in fact, he's giving he's facing considerable resistance. And that's one of the reasons why I think we should all welcome. The strong direct statement by secretary of state from pay from last night. So so you think this was a good move by the secretary of state releases. Absolutely, absolutely. The the right thing to do. There was a lot of ambiguity about the US position. I think heft. I was playing an ambiguity to his advantage. And now there's number figured what the US needs to do now is sort of rally, the international community build support for taking measures against heftier. They've been sanctions passed by the UN with you under US leadership against others tried use a military solution in Libya, I think it's time to think about that for tires. Well, why had the Trump administration been ambiguous to use your word? When it comes to Libya. A couple reasons. One is the Trump administration. I think Saul Libya as not our problem, not a US problem. It was African problem era problem European problem. It wasn't a US problem. And second I think the US was hedging its bets bit if the government in Tripoli that's recognized had not really been able to expand. Its control was reliant on a desperate local militias and Hefner had gone after some very bad forces Islamic forces in the in the east. So I think the US was hedging hedging its bets, but the US has proven uniquely credible in trying to change the situation on the ground in Libya as the Trump administration has shown twice in the past year, or so there was an oil crescent crisis last summer when heft are tried to unilaterally sees the oil revenues of of Libya for his own purposes. The US push back against that successfully. And second in February. There was an attempt to to keep one of Libya's largest oil fields off production. The US again pushback pushback and got the field open. So I think the US has proven it can when focus on Libya make a real difference and the Pompeo state. My hope the. Getting of concerted international effort led by the US to stop the move on Tripoli. Jeffrey Feldman is the former UN under secretary general of political affairs at the UN. Thank you so much for coming in this morning. We appreciate your context on this break you very much. Fans were treated to a wild finish last night. And the NC double a women's college basketball. Final in Tampa, Florida. Indeed Baylor was up by two points. Eighty to eighty with less than two seconds on the clock. They fouled Notre Dame and one of its best shooters to the free throw line. Her name, a Rica ogm, Beloit all she had to do was make her two free throws that would tied up for the fighting Irish and probably in the game to overtime. Yeah. That's ESPN announcer. Adam Amin letting everyone know that the first shot was no good. So here's the thing. If a gun Beloit eight made the next free throw that would have left her team down by one point with almost no time left in the game. And possession of the ball would go back to Baylor making that less shot would have doomed her team. So she looked to her coach Muffin McGraw. Missive misset. Meaning her only hope was to intentionally miss the next free. Throw hope one of her teammates would rebound. The loose ball and score to pointer missing a free throw goes against all of her training all of her muscle memory. Will she tried to miss it? But in a split second mistake again, but while made the free throw by accident Baylor got the ball back ran down the final one point nine seconds and won the national championship by that single point. Heartbreaking Baylor had been ahead by double digits when an injured left knee took star forward. Lauren Cox out of the game. They're lead slipped away in a post game interview with ESPN's Holly. Rowe baylor. Coach Kim mulkey spoke through tears. But God sees the. Name. Knows either because at kid would have gotten up, but you know, what God is good. Bliss these kids. No. When you lose a big time player in the middle of anger. All right. What a wild finish the women's final. The men's final is tonight. And we know one thing one team will win its first ever NCWA crown either Jinya or Texas Tech. And looking ahead to this afternoon on all things considered..
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"Four eight eight four six seven three now back to Libya. Well, Libya, I said that's part one about being specific enough, but still hitting a general category to try to cover if you will any other area. Like, I I realized I have been insensitive. I was not aware and just to cover something. Now, the part two is if you ask those specifics, and then try to do something general, you you say now how else have I hurt you? Say I need your help. I can't see what you see. I I want to see through your eyes, and I really need your help. How else have I hurt you? And if it's like, oh, well, never mind. Now said no, I can't dismiss this. You are too important for me to just go on. I need to hear please help me. How else have I hurt you? And then when they say, whatever they say. You would respond. I I'm hearing you say, and then you repeat back exactly what is being said. The point is many many times. People that were at odds with they don't feel heard. They think they're not heard or it's like. You don't really care. And you can deeply care. But just to repeat back. What was said? Now you have to evaluate. Okay. Do I? See what they're saying. And you may not see it. You could say would you expand on that? You know helped helped me see it from your perspective. If you're if you're pursuing that is that can be a significant conversation, and I'm not saying that you can do this with all of your kids. Or any of your kids for sure right now before that can say is it can be very helpful. Later when you have access to their minds and their hearts. Does this part makes sense? So far. That part makes sense in the fact that I mean, you're right. I it when they're ready are win their hearts already. I it it seems as though honestly that they they really aren't ready to receive anything. Okay. From me. That's. I I guess that's so the wall that I keep that I'm hitting and I actually. Might you know, I mean, I I go to them. And two of them. Now, really just don't speak to me icon. I've said quickly, please talk. My son says if you're here to talk I don't wanna talk either usually eating our I'm leaving. And so my oldest daughter.