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"From NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. President Biden calls his first in person meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson very productive in his first speech on the world stage as US president. Biden spoke in Cornwall, England, a short time ago, saying the U. S and Britain have signed an updated 19. To guide their quote special relationship in the world as it is today, it was a statement of first principles. Promise that the United Kingdom the United States would meet the challenges of their age and they would meet it together. Today. We build on that commitment. The revitalized a landing charter. Updated to reaffirm that promise while speaking directly to the keep the key challenges of this century. The president also said Group of Seven nations will join the US Tomorrow In announcing global coronavirus vaccine donations. Biden is due to announce the U. S. Is donate donating 500 million doses. The Pfizer vaccine to lower income countries later today. The federal government says the number of migrants attempting to cross the U. S southern border illegally jumped again. Last month, NPR's Joel Rose reports it hit a 20 year high. Immigration authorities say the number of migrants apprehended after crossing the border rose slightly in May two more than 180,000. The number of unaccompanied migrant Children and families apprehended at the border fell for the second month in a row, but the number of single adults went up. Including a growing proportion from countries outside of Mexico and Central America. Immigration authorities are quickly expelling the majority of those adults to Mexico under a public health order, But many are simply crossing the border again. U S Customs and Border Protection says more than a third of migrants encountered last month had crossed before within the past year. Joel Rose. NPR NEWS Washington Russian court has designated the political network of imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny extremist as NPR's Lucian Kim reports. The designation shuts down Navalny's political organizations and bars his allies from running in upcoming parliamentary elections. Moscow court made the ruling behind closed doors and without allowing Alexei Navalny to testify. The move comes amid a Kremlin crackdown that began with Navalny's poisoning with a rare nerve agent last summer and his imprisonment following his return to Russia. Other opposition politicians have been jailed, saddled with legal cases or forced into exile. The State Department says the Kremlin is criminalizing one of Russia's last independent political movements. In a social media post, Navalny said. When corruption is the foundation of the government, those who fight corruption are extremists. Lucian Kim..

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Navalny "A Horrible Skeleton" in Court Appearance After Hunger Strike

Here and Now

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Navalny "A Horrible Skeleton" in Court Appearance After Hunger Strike

"Last week. Here's NPR's Lucienne Kim Alexei Navalny looked gaunt as he appeared on a video monitor with a short head toe appeal. A court ordered fine. According to court reporters, Navalny briefly addressed his wife, Yuliya in the courtroom and joked that he now weighs as much as he did in seventh grade. Vanni ended his hunger strike last week, saying he was getting some of the medical attention. He demanded that he was listening to his doctors who warned his life was in danger. With Navalny locked away. Authorities have targeted his political organization as an extremist group. Bonnie's allies are now disbanding his nationwide network of regional offices to protect activists from prosecution. Lucian Kim. NPR NEWS Moscow This is NPR news lie from news 88 7 in Houston. I

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Jailed Russian Opposition Leader Alexey Navalny Ends Hunger Strike

BBC Newshour

00:58 sec | 6 months ago

Jailed Russian Opposition Leader Alexey Navalny Ends Hunger Strike

"Navalny is ending a 24 day hunger strike. He says he's reached his goal of getting medical attention thanks to supporters from around the world as NPR's Lucy and Kim. Reports from Moscow know Melanie was imprisoned in January after returning from Germany, where he had been recovering from a poisoning he blames on the Kremlin. Alexei Navalny made the announcement in a social media post put up by his allies. Before his hunger strike. His request for medical attention were met with smirks. Navalny says He's now been examined by civilian doctors twice. Navalny's condition was met with concern by world leaders such as President Biden, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron. Is worsening health also brought out thousands of protesters in cities across Russia Wednesday. His post, Navalny writes. My heart is full of love and gratitude. He says he'll still insist on getting outside medical attention for the loss of sensation in his arms and legs. Lucian Kim.

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Russia's Navalny on Hunger Strike to Protest Prison Treatment

BBC World Service

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

Russia's Navalny on Hunger Strike to Protest Prison Treatment

"Arrests outside the prison where opposition leader Alexei Navalny is on hunger strike to protest a lack of medical attention. NPR's Lucian Kim. Reports from Moscow, a correspondent for CNN, as well as other journalists were briefly detained. Supporters of Alexei Navalny trek to the penal colony about 60 miles east of Moscow, demanding independent doctors be allowed to examine him. Navalny declared a hunger strike last week, saying he was being denied medical care for back pain and the loss of sensation in his legs. On Monday, Navalny's allies said on social media, he had a temperature and bad cough. That three other prisoners were being treated for tuberculosis. Navalny was imprisoned on an old conviction after returning from Germany, where he'd been recovering from a poisoning he blames on President Vladimir Putin. Putin spokesman says Navalny is receiving all necessary medical attention Lucian Kim. NPR

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Russia jails journalist Sergei Smirnov over Alexei Navalny protest

Morning Edition

01:01 min | 9 months ago

Russia jails journalist Sergei Smirnov over Alexei Navalny protest

"Remarks to the National Prayer breakfast. It's being held. Virtually it has been attended by every president since Dwight Eisenhower, A Russian journalist has been sentenced to 25 days in jail for a retweet that Russian police claim is an illegal called to protest. NPR's Lucy and Kim reports from Moscow. The Kremlin is targeting journalists amid protests over the jailing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Sergei Smirnov is the editor of Media Zona, an online news outlet that tracks human rights violations. Police say Smirnoff broke the law with a retweet that contained the time and date of an unauthorized protests supporting Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny. Police detained Smirnoff Saturday while he was out for a walk with his five year old son. Scores of Russian journalists have been detained since the beginning of the demonstrations and news organizations are protesting Smirnoff's jail sentence. President Vladimir Putin spokesman has defended the case against Smirnoff. Calling it absolutely logical. Lucian Kim NPR NEWS

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Russia arrests 2,700 during wide protests backing Navalny

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:46 min | 9 months ago

Russia arrests 2,700 during wide protests backing Navalny

"And police who are out in force, Russians have taken to the streets for a second weekend of protests. They're calling for the release of jailed opposition leader Alexi Navalny. One human rights monitoring group says at least 2000 protesters have already been arrested. Of only was jailed two weeks ago after returning from Germany, where he had been receiving treatment after being poisoned with a chemical weapon. MPR's Moscow correspondent Lucian Kim was at the protest in Russia's capital and he joins us now. Good morning. Morning, Lulu. Demonstrators early today gathered outside the prison where Navalny is being held. There were plans to protest outside the headquarters of the State Security Agency, the F S, B and Moscow. What can you tell us? Well, not a lot happened outside the FSB. The city authorities closed off metro stations in the center of the city and didn't let any pedestrians into the area. Navalny's team was hoping for a symbolic protest. Since they accused the FSB of trying to poison him. And when it became clear the downtown area was off limits. One of Navalny's AIDS who's outside the country started tweeting the locations of other rallying points around the city, including the prison where he's now being held. I mean, despite the certainty of arrests and crackdowns at today's protest, people still poured into the streets. I mean, there were extraordinary scenes. What if people tell you? Well, I've covered a lot of protests in Moscow and I have to say this one was the scariest I've been to riot Police were everywhere, and I saw how they just pluck someone off the street on arrest him and put him in a police truck. Probably the most famous demonstrator arrested today was Navalny's wife, Yulia. I met one protester. Her name is Alina McCarley Amara. She's an architect. And she told me she was scared, but that she had no choice but to come out. In the Russia the government is suppressing anyone who has a new opinion difference from a very narrow point of view. The propaganda makes you feel alone. That's why we came here to show that we are not alone that there are many of us. She said she actually doesn't not does not support Alexey Navalny as a politician, but she respects him for representing people who don't agree with Vladimir Putin and I heard that same opinion from other protesters. I spoke to You know, Um, these protests have been notable for their spread across a very vast country. We saw that last week. Do we know yet what's been happening outside of Moscow? What we do. We're getting reports from around Russia. It's already Sunday night on Russia's Pacific Coast activists are reporting hundreds of arrests. As you mentioned there'd been clashes with police a lot of really rough detentions and reports of police using Tasers. This is hugely significant because of protest has truly become nationwide. In the past, rallies were often focused on Moscow and ST Petersburg. That's two Navalny's credit. He always saw himself as a national politician. He spent a lot of time traveling around Russia and building a support network there. And in fact, he was traveling in Siberia when he was poisoned. Well, let me ask you this. I mean, if that is the case in these protests are igniting across the country. Does Vladimir Putin see them as a real threat? What little we see how the government is responding right now, with a really heavy hand, not Brooking any dissent? What's a different from earlier protests is that they've basically put all of Navalny's AIDS in jail. And they're also going after Russian journalists who are trying to cover these protests. The Kremlin likes to say that these protests are small and that the majority is for Putin. But when you consider that the literally shut down central Moscow to today and filled it with police You kind of get the impression that Vladimir Putin is feeling a little nervous. That's NPR's

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Biden and Putin Agree to Extend Nuclear Treaty

All Things Considered

01:01 min | 9 months ago

Biden and Putin Agree to Extend Nuclear Treaty

"The Russian Parliament has unanimously ratified a five year extension of an arms control treaty with the United States one day after Vladimir Putin spoke with President Joe Biden by phone. From Moscow. MPR's Lucy and Kim tells us the future of the last agreement between the countries to limit their nuclear arsenals. Renewing the new Start treaty was the main topic of the first phone call between Presidents Biden and Putin. Which the Kremlin says lasted a little more than half a Knauer. Putin, speaking to the World Economic Forum via video conference today warned that the system of global security is falling apart. It was alone at the shark spray them, He said The new start extension was a step in the right direction. Still, Kremlin officials say a reset in U. S. Russian relations is unlikely. The phone call Biden Press Putin about a cyber attack on U. S government agencies, Russian election interference and the poisoning of opposition leader Alexei Navalny with a chemical weapon. Lucian Kim. NPR NEWS Moscow

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Biden and Putin Agree to Extend Nuclear Treaty

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Biden and Putin Agree to Extend Nuclear Treaty

"Washington The Russian parliament has unanimously ratified a five year extension of an arms control treaty with the United States a day after President Vladimir Putin's first phone call with the Biden White House from Moscow. MPR's Lucian Kim has details on the future of the last agreement, the U. S and Russia made to limit their nuclear arsenals. Renewing the new Start treaty was the main topic of the first phone call between Presidents Biden and Putin, which the Kremlin says lasted a little more than half a Knauer. Putin, speaking to the World Economic Forum via video conference today warned that the system of global security is falling apart the phone at the Nash explained, And he said the new start extension was a step in the right direction. Still, Kremlin officials say a reset in U. S. Russian relations is unlikely in the phone call. Biden Press Putin about a cyber attack on U. S government agencies. Russian election interference and the poisoning of opposition leader Alexei Navalny

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Protests erupt in Russia after arrest of opposition leader Alexey Navalny

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:01 min | 9 months ago

Protests erupt in Russia after arrest of opposition leader Alexey Navalny

"A wave of protests rolling across Russia today, demonstrators demanding that opposition leader Lexie Navalny be released from jail. The bony was arrested last weekend after returning from Germany, where he was recovering from a poisoning he blames on the Kremlin. NPR's Lucy and Kim is in Moscow, where the main demonstration is being held. The first protests started in the Pacific port of Vladivostok, seven hours east of Moscow, despite warnings from authorities and a heavy police presence. People rallied in support of Alexei Navalny in provincial capitals such as Novosibirsk, Yakutsk and Ka Bar Aske, a city that has seen months of anti government protests since the summer. Activists are reporting arrests. Navalny is an anti corruption campaigner and protest leader who was barred from running against President Vladimir Putin in elections three years ago. After Navalny was jailed, his team released an investigation into a lavish palace allegedly built for Putin. It's been viewed more than 60 million times on YouTube since Tuesday. Lucian Kim. NPR NEWS

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Moldova's Pro-EU President Sandu Sworn In

Fresh Air

00:53 sec | 10 months ago

Moldova's Pro-EU President Sandu Sworn In

"Of Moldova has inaugurated its first female president, NPR's Lucy and Kim. Reports. The Harvard graduate and former World Bank economist is pledging to forge closer ties to the European Union against Russia's wishes. Maya Sandu took the presidential oath of office in the Moldovan capital, Kishan now sure. Sendero? Yes, Sunder one in November runoff election against the incumbent, Igor Dough done who made dozens of trips to Moscow during his term in office. Moldova is ethnically linked to its neighbor Romania and NATO and U member. We also maintains close ties to Russia. Sandu has called for Russian troops based in a separatist region of Moldova to go home and wants better relations with the EU and United States. Lucian Kim.

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Lawmakers pass bill to restrict websites that 'discriminate' against Russian media

NPR News Now

00:57 sec | 10 months ago

Lawmakers pass bill to restrict websites that 'discriminate' against Russian media

"In russia have approved a bill that allows authorities to block foreign websites they deemed discriminatory to russian media. Npr's lucian kim reports from moscow russia's lower house of parliament. The duma passed a law as retaliation against american social media. Companies that explicitly label content produced by russian state media outlets under the legislation. Russian authorities will be able to block or slow. Down such sites kremlin critics like opposition leader alexei navalny have used twitter and youtube to reach millions of russians bypassing censorship on state television president vladimir putin has called for russia come up with its own social media platforms to gain greater control. Another law passed. Wednesday will let the government brand russian citizens as foreign agents if they have ties abroad and require news outlets to label them that way in their reports lucian kim. Npr news moscow.

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"lucian kim" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"lucian kim" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"Let's go overseas now to Europe to Belarus where protests continue a month and a half after a presidential election, , an election, , the US and its European allies say was neither free nor fair. . Now, , the country's longtime leader Alexander Lukashenko has been inaugurated for a sixth term in a secret ceremony. . NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow on Wednesday morning Alexander Lukashenko's motorcade race down independence avenue. . In the Belorussian capital Minsk, , he entered the presidential residence filled with hundreds of his loyalists. . Some. . Mortgage. . The inauguration at not been announced. . No foreign delegations, , not even from Russia Lukashenko's strongest backer salsa. . President the. . Lowest Lukashenko took the oath of office with his right hand on the Constitution swearing to serve the Belorussian people. . Whether, , they still want to be served by him is another question. . LUKASHENKA's claimed at one eighty percent of the vote in August. . Presidential election sparked weeks of protests and a brutal police crackdown on demonstrators condemned by human rights organisations. . Lukashenko's main opponent <unk>. . No Ska called the inauguration ceremony a farce and said, , she was the only leader chosen by the Belorussian people. . Belorussians again took to the streets. . Rat you're fired chemistry chanted into town of breast in a video shared widely on social media. . Lukashenko has angered many Belorussians by calling peaceful protesters rats. . After the inauguration crescendo, , put on a military uniform and met with soldiers who pledged loyalty to him. . But look shanks problem is not only that his own people consider him illegitimate. . Most of Europe does to. . Lucian, , Kim NPR News Moscow. .

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Weeks After Disputed Election, Belarus President Is Secretly Inaugurated

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Weeks After Disputed Election, Belarus President Is Secretly Inaugurated

"Let's go overseas now to Europe to Belarus where protests continue a month and a half after a presidential election, an election, the US and its European allies say was neither free nor fair. Now, the country's longtime leader Alexander Lukashenko has been inaugurated for a sixth term in a secret ceremony. NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow on Wednesday morning Alexander Lukashenko's motorcade race down independence avenue. In the Belorussian capital Minsk, he entered the presidential residence filled with hundreds of his loyalists. Some. Mortgage. The inauguration at not been announced. No foreign delegations, not even from Russia Lukashenko's strongest backer salsa. President the. Lowest Lukashenko took the oath of office with his right hand on the Constitution swearing to serve the Belorussian people. Whether, they still want to be served by him is another question. LUKASHENKA's claimed at one eighty percent of the vote in August. Presidential election sparked weeks of protests and a brutal police crackdown on demonstrators condemned by human rights organisations. Lukashenko's main opponent No Ska called the inauguration ceremony a farce and said, she was the only leader chosen by the Belorussian people. Belorussians again took to the streets. Rat you're fired chemistry chanted into town of breast in a video shared widely on social media. Lukashenko has angered many Belorussians by calling peaceful protesters rats. After the inauguration crescendo, put on a military uniform and met with soldiers who pledged loyalty to him. But look shanks problem is not only that his own people consider him illegitimate. Most of Europe does to. Lucian, Kim NPR News Moscow.

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American Paul Whelan convicted of espionage in Russia and sentenced to 16 years in prison

Morning Edition

02:48 min | 1 year ago

American Paul Whelan convicted of espionage in Russia and sentenced to 16 years in prison

"Morning today a court in Moscow sentenced Paul Whelan to sixteen years in prison Whelan is a former US marine was arrested a year and a half ago Russia accused him of espionage although his family thinks he is a hostage Whelan's lawyer says her client has been told he will be part of a prisoner swap for a Russian national held in the U. S. NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow the FSB Russia's federal security service arrested Paul Wieland in a Moscow hotel in late December twenty eighteen the FSB accuses the fifty year old receiving state secrets on a flash drive that's almost all we know about Williams case since it's classified as top secret and the trial is taking place behind closed doors for Willans family months of waiting are finally over I'm thrilled at the trials commitment that's David Wieland Paul's twin brother who lives in Canada he believes the conclusion of the trial will lead to his brother's release I think Paul is being held hostage until they can somehow extort either people or property back from the United States Wheelan who served in Iraq was the head of security for a U. S. auto parts manufacturer he frequently visited Russia as a tourist and says he was in Moscow for a friend's wedding when he was arrested he spent more than a year in pre trial detention his brother David says the only link to the family was a single phone call and letters that took months to arrive Paul Williams time in jail has also been complicated by health problems they wouldn't even let him speak to an English speaking doctor because they thought that the English speaking doctor would also be a spy and might to exchange information with ball which is why he didn't get medical care until his hernia finally strangulated and he added urgency will instantly maintains he was entrapped it's a classic case of cold blooded provocation that's all the Karlova a member of wheeling's defense team she says the government's case is flimsy I can't accepting you end the insinuation circumstantial Trea CSA rambling conjecture you cannot describes offense to any person basing on such kind of evidence you obliged to prove every statement in his indictment the secrecy of the case I mean she can't go into any detail that's also frustrated US ambassador John Sullivan who made a video statement during the trial there's been talk of evidence allusion to evidence and evil allusions to discussion of evidence where is the evidence itself hearings are taking place behind closed doors in secrecy Solomon complained American diplomats have had limited access to wheeling even this small piece of humanity is denied him even our attempt to deliver masks gloves and sanitizer items to protect him from covert nineteen was

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Russia's Putin Declares State Of Emergency After Fuel Spill In Arctic

Environment: NPR

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Russia's Putin Declares State Of Emergency After Fuel Spill In Arctic

"Russia's President Vladimir Putin declared a state of emergency in a remote Arctic. Region of Russia in that region, twenty thousand tons of diesel fuel spilled into a river two weeks ago. Here's NPR's Lucian Kim. The accident took place at a power plant and no risk, an industrial city north of the. Arctic circle almost. Two thousand miles from Moscow, or than six hundred workers are now collecting the mixture of oil and Water Natalia Karma Nov.. Local environmentalists says it could take decades for the delicate Arctic ecosystem to recover the Snow Shania. She told the Redux Youtube. Channel that toxins could enter the food chain, affecting not only aquatic life, but also the reindeer population. Four employees of the power plant have been arrested on charges of violating environmental regulations Bucci Saddam. Thursday a spokesman for Russia's investigative committee sit on state TV that neural six mayor was being charged with negligence. The accident has been compared to the nineteen eighty nine Exxon Valdez spill. The one big difference is that the diesel fuel has not reached the open sea Sergei cheng-kuo is a chief operating officer of neural SC Nickel which owns the fuel tank. He blames global warming Thawing Permafrost Denise it I'm syndrome. Magic Captain Sandwiches Right, and obviously it's actually go back on the ground in a call with investors. This week he promised the company would start monitoring the permafrost below its facilities I am repeating again the going through February monitoring. For now. Norilsk Nickel is focused on the cleanup. It estimates the cost at one hundred fifty million dollars Lucian. Kim Npr News Moscow.

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Putin Criticizes Democrats for Impeaching Trump

NPR News Now

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Putin Criticizes Democrats for Impeaching Trump

"Trump's getting a vote of support from the president of Russia the country US intelligence agencies accused of interfering in the two thousand sixteen presidential residential election and continuing to pose a threat to the US democratic process President Vladimir Putin calls the Charges Against Trump far fetched and predicts the US leader will be cleared in a Senate trial trial. NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow. Putin is also warning that new sanctions congress passed this week will further strain U S Russian relations President Putin who spoke at his annual press conference which lasted four and a half hours. Is here deeply Ready we're Democrats are still fighting. The twenty sixteen collection results after feeling approve collusion with Russia the dreamt up trump's pressure campaign on Ukraine Putin said Russia and the US have common interests and global security. The one remaining arms control treaties called new start which expires in a little more than a year

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September 11 terror attacks remembered 18 years later

NPR News Now

04:35 min | 2 years ago

September 11 terror attacks remembered 18 years later

"Events are underway in New York City at the Pentagon and near Shanksville Pennsylvania Nia on this eighteen th anniversary of the September eleven terror attacks president trump spoke at the Pentagon this morning. NPR's Greg Murray reports on on a warm sunny morning. President Trump honored the nearly three thousand people who lost their lives in the Al Qaeda tax eighteen years ago he also cited developments in Afghanistan a stand including a Taliban bombing last week in the capital Kabul. We had peace talks scheduled a few days ago. I call them off when I learned that they had killed a great American soldier from Puerto Rico and eleven other innocent people. The president said the US is now hitting back Jack the last four days. We have hit our enemy harder than they have ever been hit before. Trump did not discuss his longer term plans for Afghanistan Greg Mary. NPR News Washington General Motors announcing a major recall Michigan Radio Steve Carmody reports sports. The automaker says millions of pickup trucks and SUV's could have a problem with their breaks. GM says a pump and the power assist breaks can put out less vacuum back in power the needed increasing stopping distance and the risk of a crash. GM says the problems occur rarely in mostly at low speeds. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in has been investigating the brake problems last year the recall covers more than three point four million vehicles including Chevrolet Silverados GMC Sierras Cadillac escalades leads GMC yukons Chevy suburbans Tahoes between the two thousand fourteen and twenty eighteen model years for NPR news. I'm Steve Carmody. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing more resistance today. Scotland's highest court says his suspension of parliament is illegal ruling. It was motivated by the improper the purpose of stymying parliamentary debate over brexit the panel is not ordering Johnson to reopen the legislature but some Scottish legislators including Joanna Cherry are now for every moment parliament remains paroled the British government are breaking the law so we as politicians are calling for parliament to be recalled. The case goes to Britain's Supreme Court for full hearing next week. The Arab League is condemning Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Benjamin Netanyahu's vow to annex a large swath of the occupied West Bank if he wins reelection next week. Israel captured the West Bank in the nineteen sixty seven war Palestinians want it as part of a future state Arab League foreign ministers meeting in Cairo say the move would undermine any chance of peace between Israel and the Palestinians Saudi Arabia calls it a dangerous escalation this is NPR North Korea says Kim Jong UN has supervised the test of a new weapon systems. Pyongyang state news agency calls it a super large multiple rocket bucket launcher. The statement comes a day after South Korea said Pyongyang had fired two projectiles into the sea the Kremlin says the US is pursuing suing destructive policies after the trump administration sanctioned to Russian law enforcement officials as NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow the the State Department says the two officers were involved in a crackdown on Jehovah's Witnesses in Russia two years ago Russia's Supreme Court designated Jehovah's Witnesses as as an extremist organization leading to a series of arrests raids and interrogations across the country dozens of Jehovah's Witnesses are awaiting trial on criminal the challenges and in February one church member. A Danish citizen was handed a six year prison term. Amnesty International has designated jailed Jehovah's Witnesses as prisoners seniors of conscience on Tuesday State Department banned to Russian investigators from entering the US saying the torture Jehovah's Witnesses during interogations President Vladimir Putin's spokesman called the sanctions absolutely unacceptable and said that Russia will respond appropriately Lucian Kim NPR News Moscow China says its exempting some US industrial chemicals from the tariff hikes it imposed in response to president trump's tariff increases creases on Chinese imports but Beijing says it'll maintain penalties on soybeans and other major U._S. exports. This is N._P._R.

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Russia tells Tinder to share messages and pictures with its spy agencies

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Russia tells Tinder to share messages and pictures with its spy agencies

"The Russian government, which the US accuses of staging a major cyber operation to undermine the US political system is looking to tighten its own grip on the internet NPR's, Lucian Kim reports Moscow wants a dating app Tinder to be prepared to disclose users personal data to Russia's security agencies. The Russian government's internet monitoring agency says it's including tender amongst services that must store user data locally and archive, six months worth of messages. In case Russian law enforcement wants to read them the social network linked in has already been blocked in Russia for failing to comply with legislation. The Russian government is building, what it calls a sovereign internet that will work conham Asli of the World Wide Web presence were quick to poke fun at their government's interest in tender when joke circulating on social media starts with a question. Did you meet on tender no-go, the punchline? We met in

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"lucian kim" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"lucian kim" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What personality tests tell us and what they don't first this news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Nora raum. A curfew is in place in Sri Lanka after several explosions. This morning at churches and luxury hotels officials say at least two hundred people were killed including some Americans. Hundreds more were injured. Authorities say the explosions were apparently coordinated thirteen people have been detained submission Pontiac reports. This relaunch minister for defence said most of the blasts are believed to be suicide docs this. We look in government has blocked access to major social media and messaging sites the cedar. Blasts appear to have Dr gated tourist hotels and Christian worship as gathered for Easter services. The wisdom's include foreigners and Sri Lankan police officers condolences pouring in from all over the wood. For francis. Condemned the attacks in his Easter day speech and prayed for those who had been wounded what motivated the attacks is not clear that was knowing Egypt claim overseas. Ability for NPR news. I'm Sushmita partake in Jenny. It's not yet official, but exit polls show Ukrainians appear to have elected a new president a television comedian with no political experience the incumbent is accepting defeat. NPR's? Lucian Kim has more less an hour after the polls closed Ukrainian president petro parsh- Anco has conceded defeat exit polls show his challenger village. Amir Zielinski winning a landslide with more than seventy percent of the vote Zilinskiene a comedian with no previous political experience unless you count his hit TV show in which he plays a high school teacher who by twist of fate became Ukraine's president so linski has won because of frustration among Ukrainians with the status quo Zielinski is most pressing tasks will be trying end of five year conflict with Russia in eastern Ukraine as well as rebooting a reform. Mhm program, including the fight against corruption and raising living standards NPR's. Lucian Kim House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler says Democrats are not pursuing impeachment proceedings against President Trump mother not taking off the table. Either Nadler tells NBC's meet the press they'll go where the evidence takes them. But first he says, they need access to it. We have to hear from bar. We have to hear from Muller we have to hear from other people like Don Mcgann who to call we have to get the entire report and clothing, the the redacted material. So we can evaluate it Nadler says it's up to congress to investigate since the special counsel report did not establish evidence of criminal conspiracy on other TV talk shows this morning, President Trump's lawyer Guiliani said there was nothing wrong with the Trump campaign taking information from the Russians that was possibly ill advised, but not illegal. He appeared on CNN, Fox News and on NBC. This is NPR news. The Easter mass that would have been celebrated in Notre Dame cathedral was held in. Another Paris church today. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports some two thousand people attended including many of the firefighters who helped put out Monday's blaze. Archbishop of Paris Michel OBT celebrated Easter mass in sixteenth century Sanju stash where Louis the fourteenth took his first.

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President, Ukraine And Lucian Kim discussed on Anthony Valadez

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"It's not official yet. But exit polls show Ukrainians appear to have elected a new president a TV comedian with no political experience and the incumbent is accepting defeat. If here's Lucian Kim has more listen, our after the polls closed Ukrainian president petro partial has conceded defeat exit polls show his challenger Volodymir Zielinski winning a landslide with more than seventy percent of the vote Zilinskiene a comedian. With no previous political experience unless you count his hit TV show in which he plays a high school teacher who by twist of fate became Ukraine's president so linski has won because of frustration among Ukrainians with the status quo Zilenski is most pressing tasks will be trying to end five year conflict with Russia in eastern Ukraine as well as rebooting a reform program, including the fight against corruption and raising living

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"And I see that even in the short time issue was here. How many people she positively impacted with her energy? The suspect will be charged with kidnapping and murder for NPR news. I Victoria Hanson in Charleston, a comedian with no political experience is set to challenge. Ukrainian, president petro Porsche Anco in a runoff election later this month, his NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow none of the candidates got a majority to win Sunday's election, Ukraine central election commission announced a second round of voting after a majority of the ballots were counted comedian Volodimir Zielinski is leading with about thirty percent of the vote. His only connection to politics is a TV show where he plays a high school teacher who accidentally becomes Ukraine's president the incumbent president per shaneco is in second place with about sixteen percent of the vote he failed to win over voters as a low level war with Russia drags on. And millions of Ukrainians have turned their backs on poverty at home to work abroad. The president is portraying his opponent as the puppet of an oligarchy. Who won't be able to stand up to the Kremlin? Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow. You're listening to NPR news from Washington and six four. This is KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer. Lawyer Michael avenue has a date in federal court today in Santa Ana avenue gained national attention by representing porn actress stormy Daniels in her lawsuit against President Trump. But as KCRW Steve take his reports, this time avenue is the one involved in legal charges. Federal prosecutors charged the forty eight year old with extortion and Bank and wire fraud now law enforcement took him into custody a week ago in New York, he's been out on bail. There are actually two separate cases on both coasts here in California where he practices law. He's accused of embezzling a client's money to pay his own expenses and debts now in the case of New York. He's accused of threatening to use his ability to get publicity is celebrity if you will to harm the sports apparel giant Nike. Prosecutors say they don't expect to have a naughty to make a plea to any of the charges. If he's convicted on all the counts, he faces up to fifty years in federal prison of a naughty. You'll remember gained instant notoriety and carte blanche cable news visits when the woman he represented porn. Actress stormy Daniels claimed a fair with President Trump Daniels claims that Trump directed his personal attorney to pay her off to keep quiet tra- KCRW tickets. Maybe you've seen them on the streets of LA or other cities bicycles painted a stark white and locked the street lights are signed polls often with candles around them their memorials to.

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Polls open in Ukraine's presidential election

"On Sunday Ukrainians, you'll get a chance to fix that. When they vote in a presidential election and his NPR's Lucian, Kim fines anybody's guess who will win Ukraine's president petro. Parsh- Anco has a problem after five years in office, his popularity is in the cellar. That's because a low level war against Russian-backed fighters continues in eastern Ukraine, while his promises of your Radicati corruption and poverty remained largely unfulfilled. Although it's unlikely any of the thirty nine presidential candidates will win more than fifty percent in Sunday's election. It's not at all certain that partial will even make it to a run-off between the top two vote getters the president's campaign manager or Freenet puts on a brave face Bush on you book. No. Says internal polling shows the incumbent will comfortably get to the second round says a corruption scandal rocking portion goes inner circle is a distraction intended to divert attention from the president's progress in cleaning up the government. One of Pershing coz main challengers is a familiar face in Ukrainian, politics, Yulia Timoshenko, a fiery politician who has now given up her trademark braid for trendy glasses. Just a few steps from the president's office in central Kiev stance. Alexander, dude, Nick. Retired

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"Sponsors include Sony Pictures, animation presenting Spiderman into the spider verse nominated for an Academy Award for best animated feature Spiderman into the spider verse now playing. Live from NPR news in Culver City, California. I'm psycho. Russia says it's ready to consider a new agreement on medium range nuclear missiles. After President Trump suggested he's open to a replacement of the old intermediate range nuclear forces or IMF treaty from Moscow NPR's. Lucian Kim reports the US is withdrawing from the nineteen eighty-seven treaty citing Russian violations and China's growing military might the intermediate range nuclear forces or IMF treaty has prevented the United States and Russia from developing medium range nuclear missiles for more than thirty years after the us announced suspension of the treaty last week Russia followed suit, but in a state of the union speech, Tuesday, President Trump's at a new treaty could be possible that would include not only Russia, but also China and other countries speaking reporters in Moscow deputy foreign minister Sergei rep cough said Russia would be interested in such a treaty. If the trumpet. Ministration comes up with a concrete proposal. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow border security talks continue on Capitol Hill where negotiators are hoping to avoid another partial government shutdown as the February fifteenth deadline nears a top Republican who met with the with the bipartisan participants said the mood of the meeting so far is positive reporters later as President Trump if he would accept a compromise on the border wall. He said, I certainly hear.

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02:28 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Scott, Tom. And they'll talk about this week in years to come the coldest temperatures in a generation and much of the country. When temperatures fell into the minus twenty s Candice pain, if Chicago didn't just make a donation. She booked hotel rooms for people living on the street. Come on. Later this hour, Candace pain on the help that she brought also extraordinary story of two little boys and their return from an ISIS camp in Syria. Francis. In the cradle of Islam and Andre Holland of his new film were players take over the game. I we have our newscasts today of Saturday. February second two thousand nineteen. Live from NPR news in Washington on trial Snyder Russian President Vladimir Putin says Russia will suspend its participation in a landmark arms control treaty one day after the Trump administration announced its suspension. NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow the nineteen eighty-seven intermediate range nuclear forces treaty is now set to expire in six months. President Putin met with his foreign and defense ministers in the Kremlin to discuss the US withdrawal from a treaty that symbolized the end of the Cold War. Putin said Russia's response would be reciprocal if the US suspends its participation in the treaty and starts developing new weapons so would Russia conscious at the Soviet Union ran out of money during the Cold War arms race. Putin said Russia would stay within its current defense budget. He also said the door to arms control talks remains open. If the US is ready to treat Russia as an equal partner. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow in Venezuela. The campaign to force President Nicolas Maduro to step down is going back to the streets. Today opposition supporters are preparing nationwide. Protests to keep up the pressure on Madeira after the Trump administration recognize one guy as interim president last week. Also today, an active air force general has defected and says in a video posted on Twitter that he now supports quite oh, the military's high command. It's calling him a traitor in Virginia. Richmond city council member Kim gray is among those coming to terms with the photo in Virginia. Governor Ralph north of medical school yearbook. That depicts a man in black face standing next to another include Klux Klan hood Ralph northbound.

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

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"From NPR news in Washington on Giles Snyder Russian President Vladimir Putin says Russia will suspend its participation in a landmark arms control treaty one day after the Trump administration announced its suspension. NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow the nineteen eighty-seven intermediate range nuclear forces treaty is now set to expire in six months. President Putin met with his foreign and defense ministers in the Kremlin to discuss the US withdrawal from a treaty that symbolized the end of the Cold War. Putin said Russia's response would be reciprocal if the US suspends its participation in the treaty and starts developing new weapons so would Russia conscious at the Soviet Union ran out of money during the Cold War arms race. Putin said Russia would stay within its current defense budget. He also said the door to arms control talks remains open. If the US is ready to treat Russia as an equal partner. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow in Venezuela. The campaign to force President Nicolas Maduro to step down is going back to the streets. Today opposition supporters are preparing nationwide. Protests to keep up the pressure on Madero after the Trump administration recognize one Guido as interim president last week. Also today, an active air force general has defected and says in a video posted on Twitter that he now supports quavo. The military's high. Command is calling him a traitor in Virginia. Richmond city council member Kim gray is among those coming to terms with the photo in Virginia. Governor Ralph a medical school yearbook. That depicts a man in black face standing next to another in a Ku Klux Klan hood Ralph northern.

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"Trees taken CO two is part of photosynthesis. But that's not the end of the story for forest carbon. I'm John, Dan Kaczynski, and this is science Friday. How much carbon dioxide does a forest capture? And where does it go after that? We'll talk to some forest carbon experts about optimizing carbon sequestration in the world's forests. Plus how forest owners can earn and sell credits for the carbon capture. Plus, some citizens side has collect minerals or plants. Peter Brown collected raccoon whiskers and mummy hair. We'll hear about a unique nineteenth century hair collection from the curator who fished it out of the garbage. And if you've ever felt super sleepy while sick. Well, it might be your immune system kicking coming up after this. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. The White House is celebrating another blockbuster jobs report and PR Scott Horsely reports the Labor Department estimates US employers added more than three hundred thousand workers in January the January Josh figure is considerably higher than most. Forecasters were expecting and suggest the US economy is gaining strength is a begins the new year. The economy has now been adding jobs for a record one hundred months in a row, ordinarily employers might have trouble finding workers smasher such a long stretch of growth, but why does it columnist? Kevin Hassett says that hasn't put the brakes on hiring people are coming back into the labor force in droves, Ed so we're able to sustain their really really is job growth because people who were on the sidelines are coming back in the unemployment rate did inch up in January two four percent. Analysts a much of that increase was the result of the government shutdown when hundreds of. Thousands of federal employees were temporarily out of work, Scott Horsely, NPR news, Washington. Russian officials are reacting with resignation after the Trump administration announced his withdrawal from nineteen eighty-seven arms control treaty. NPR's? Lucian Kim reports the Kremlin charges the US long ago decided to exit the agreement even before the announcement Kremlin spokesman Dmitry peskov express, certain TV US would withdraw from the IMF treaty seeing. The Trump administration was unwilling to listen to arguments that brushes actually incompliance. The Kremlin has said it won't respond to American ultimatums and at the end of the IMF treaty could cause a new arms race in Europe. NPR's Lucian Kim in Moscow NPR has learned that a scientist in New York is conducting experiments aimed at editing the DNA in human embryos, NPR's rob Stein tells us the scientists work is in early stage embryos with no prospect for implementation, the scientists dealer. Egli of Columbia University isn't trying to create any gene edited babies. A scientists in China sparked international outrage recently when he announced he had created the world's first gene edited babies Egli says he's just trying to do the basic laboratory research necessary to see if editing the genes in human embryos can work and is safe. To maybe someday prevention diseases, he stopping any of his edited embryos from developing. So he can study them, but critics worry this kind of research could encourage more scientists to go rogue many scientists, however say such basic research is crucial rob Stein. NPR news Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey is seeking the democratic presidential nomination. He announced on ABC's the view we need to. A sense of civic, Grayson our country, we need to not be so quick to judge each other. And we need to begin to see that we are in this together. He was previously a two term mayor of Newark, Wall Street, the Dow down twelve this is NPR.

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03:03 min | 2 years ago

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"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. The White House is celebrating and other blockbuster jobs report and PR Scott Horsely reports the Labor Department estimates US employers added more than three hundred thousand workers in January the January jobs figure is considerably higher than most. Forecasters were expecting and suggest the US economy is gaining strength is a begins the new year. The economy has now been adding jobs for a record one hundred months in a row, ordinarily employers might have trouble finding workers matters such a long stretch of growth, but White House economist Kevin Hassett says that hasn't put the brakes on hiring people are coming back into the labor force in droves, Ed so we're able to sustain their really really high job growth because people who were on the sidelines are coming back in the unemployment rate did inch up in January two four percent. Analysts say much of that increase was the result of the government shutdown when hundreds of thousands of federal employees. Stories were temporarily out of work, Scott Horsely, NPR news, Washington. Russian officials are reacting with resignation after the Trump administration announced his withdrawal from a nineteen eighty-seven arms control treaty. NPR's? Lucian Kim reports the Kremlin charges the US long ago decided to exit the agreement even before the announcement Kremlin spokesman Dmitry peskov expressed certainty the US would withdraw from the IMF treaty seeing. The Trump administration was unwilling to listen to arguments that Russia's actually incompliance. The Kremlin has said it won't respond to American ultimatums and at the end of the IMF treaty could cause a new arms race in Europe. NPR's Lucian Kim in Moscow NPR has learned that a scientist, New York is conducting experiments aimed at editing the DNA in human embryos, NPR's rob Steiner tells us the scientists work is in early stage embryos with no prospect for implantation, the scientists deeter Egli of Colombo. Korea University isn't trying to create any gene edited babies. A scientists in China sparked international outrage recently when he announced he had created the world's first gene edited babies Egli says he's just trying to do the basic laboratory research necessary to see if editing the genes in human embryos can work and is safe to maybe someday prevention diseases, he stopping any of his edited embryos from developing so he can study them, but critics worry this kind of research could encourage more scientists to go rogue many scientists, however say such basic research is crucial rob Stein. NPR news Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey is seeking the democratic presidential nomination. He announced on ABC's the view we need to. A sense of civic grace in our country. We need to not be so quick to judge each other. And we need to begin to see that. We are in this together. He was previously a two term mayor of Newark Wall Street, the Dow down twelve this is NPR good afternoon. It's twelve oh four. I'm Eric Roy with California headlines some KCRW.

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03:46 min | 2 years ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Russian officials are reacting with resignation after the Trump administration announced its withdrawal from nineteen eighty-seven arms control tree that marked the end of the Cold War. NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow the Kremlin says the US long ago decided to exit the agreement. So there is nothing. Russia can do secretary of state Mike Pompeo said the US was giving six months notice to leave the intermediate range nuclear forces or IMF treaty. We can no longer be respected by the treaty while Russia shamelessly, violates even before the announcement. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry peskov express certain TV US would withdraw saying the Trump administration was unwilling to listen to arguments that Russia's actually incompliance. The Kremlin has said it won't respond to American ultimatums and at the end of the IMF treaty could cause a new arms race in Europe. President Vladimir Putin met with the Security Council on Friday to discuss among other things. The expected US withdrawal. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow. The Labor Department says the US economy created three hundred four thousand new jobs in January in its latest reports on employment in the US. The agency says the monthly unemployment rate rose slightly to four percent up. One tenth of a percent. From December NPR has learned a scientist at Columbia University is trying to edit the DNA in human embryos, and as NPR's rob Stein reports this has some researchers worry deeter Egli at Columbia is using the powerful new gene editing technique called crisper to try to correct. The genetic mutation in human embryos that causes blindness. He hopes the technique might someday prevent many genetic diseases. Many scientists say this kind of basic research is crucial to see if crisper could ever be safely used to make gene edited babies, but others worry it might encourage more scientists to go rogue like the scientists in China who recently announced. He had created the world's first, gene. Edited twin girls rob Stein? NPR news, President Trump's friend and former political adviser Roger stone returns to federal court in Washington today. He's pleaded not guilty to charges in connection with special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation NPR's Windsor. Johnston has more stone says he has no intention of making a deal with special counsel Robert Muller on Tuesday. He pleaded not guilty to seven charges, including witness tampering and lying to congress. Federal judge has ordered him. Not to have any contact with witnesses in his case and not to apply for a new passport. Prosecutors say stone will be tried by lawyers for the special counsel team and the US attorney's office in Washington DC NPR's Windsor, Johnston on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrials are up ninety four points at twenty five thousand ninety three the NASDAQ is down nearly twelve points. This is NPR from news. I'm brian. A state lawmaker who wrote a Bill to put health warnings on ads for soda and other sugary drinks. In San Francisco says he's disappointed the law has been blocked by court, the American beverage association sued along with retail and advertising groups to block the ordinance and yesterday, the ninth circuit court of appeals granted their request to stop the law from taking effect state Senator Scott Weiner, authored the ordinance when he was on the board of supervisors are making people sick. They're making children sick is the largest source of sugar in the American diet. So we're going to keep fighting Weiner says he hopes the board passes a new ordinance that will stand a stronger chance in court a north bay state lawmakers say she's disturbed by.

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"Police investigate a possible hate crime against a cast member of empire and months after hurricane some Floridians are still homeless it's Wednesday January thirtieth. The actress Vanessa Redgrave is eighty two years old today and the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. What's being called life threatening cold is gripping the planes and the upper midwest this morning? The national weather service says and Bismarck, North Dakota at this hour. It's twenty nine degrees below zero. It's minus twenty six in Minneapolis, and Twenty-three below when lacrosse Wisconsin, many public school systems are closed and officials are urging people to stay indoors if possible Marty Michelson with member station W W M is in Milwaukee. Milwaukee public schools are closed as well as the university of Wisconsin, Milwaukee as wind chills are expected to dip to fifty below mayor. Tom Barrett urged citizens to stay inside. But it is clear that this is a generational experience. It we are undergoing right now, and that has ramifications for every single person who lives in this city. The mayor also declared a cold weather emergency which. Means only essential city services will be provided. He implored people to seek shelter at warming centers throughout the city. If they don't have an indoor place to sleep for NPR news. I'm Marty Michelson in Milwaukee, the US postal service has cancelling mail delivery today. More than a half dozen states because of the extreme cold. Congressional negotiators are expected to get to work today on a government spending Bill that addresses border security, the house and Senate or facing a February fifteenth deadline to reach a deal that President Trump will support. Otherwise, another partial government shutdown is possible. The most recent shutdown lasted a record thirty five days. The president has said he doubts. Congress will come up with such an agreement. The president has suggested he may declare a national emergency along the US Mexico border to try to get a wall built in New York. Closing arguments are expected today in the trial of Mexican drug Lord, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. The defense rested its. Case yesterday after calling one witness over thirty minutes and coups Mons trial on drug and murder conspiracy charges. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro is calling for negotiations with his political opponents under international mediation, NPR's. Lucian Kim has more from Moscow in an interview with Russia's Rian. Novisti news agency, nNcholas Maduro said he's sending out letters to governments that support a national dialogue in Venezuela. For now Madero said he spoke on the phone with a number of presidents and foreign ministers and is hoping for what he called good results. Madero is in a standoff with opposition leader one guy DOE who a number of countries, including the US recognize as Venezuela's legitimate leader pressure is mounting on Madura after the US imposed sanctions on Venezuela's state oil company to cut off the cash flow to his regime on Thursday, Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov said Madero still enjoys Moscow's full support. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow. This is NPR news. A longtime human rights activists who survived sexual slavery der- World War Two has died in South Korea. NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates reports on the life of Kim Boktang who died at age ninety two Kim was one of the last survivors of these sexual slavery. The Japanese imperial army imposed on some two hundred thousand women many from Korea during World War Two after the war. These so called comfort women kept silent about their experience fearing, they'd be stigmatized in the early nineties, though, a few began to speak up Kim was one of them and soon became an international lecturer, not only about her own experience ended the Japanese but about sexual violence as a weapon in conflict zones around the globe. Although Kim embarrassed and angered the Japanese government with her persistent advocacy, many applauded her president moon Jae-in praised her for bringing light to the hidden history. Karen Grigsby Bates, NPR news. Economists are predicting the Federal Reserve and chairman Joe. Darren Powell will leave US interest rates alone. When the fed wraps up its latest meeting today. A Steve Becker reports Wall Street will be looking for signals on when the fed might raise short-term rates again since the fed raise rates in December. It seems sure to hold them steady now, but the Fed's policy statement and Powell's press conference this afternoon are eagerly awaited. He promised to be patient after the fed shook markets last month by saying more rate hikes will be needed fed watchers want to know how long this patients will last the fed raised rates four times last year. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from Americans for the arts committee to transforming America's communities through the arts and arts education, supporting the nonprofit arts industry, which employs four point six million people nationwide. Learn more at Americans for the arts dot org..

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"Should be able to address the American people. Whether he does that from the halls of congress or whether he does that in another location. The president will talk to the American people on January twenty nine the Senate is set to vote Thursday on two competing bills that would reopen the government but both are expected to fail. Tamra? Keith NPR news. Meanwhile, workers who are among the hundreds of thousands affected in the shutdown staged protests a short time ago at the US capitol. Chanting. No more food banks crowd display. The average being felt across this country some eight hundred thousand workers affected nationwide, plus their families and many hitting crisis mode as they face the prospect of a second missed paycheck. Russia's says there's still a chance to save a landmark arms control treaty, but that it's depends entirely on the United States. NPR's? Lucian Kim reports from Moscow the Trump administration has threatened to start withdrawing from the treaty next month. If Russia does not come into compliance with it intermediate range nuclear forces or IMF treaty was signed in nineteen eighty seven and marked the elimination of a whole class of weapons. The US has since faulted a new Russian missile for violating the IMF treaty, and is now preparing to exit the Russian defense ministry says that's just a pretext and on Wednesday in an attempt at transparency a top Russian general publicly showed the launch tubes of the new missile Russian deputy, foreign minister, Sergei rep cough said Moscow would not cave in to what you called American ultimatums, but was still ready to preserve the treaty. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow at last check on Wall Street. The Dow was up twenty six points SMP was off nine NASDAQ down forty-one. Points. This is NPR support for NPR comes from the corporation for public broadcasting and the estate of Joan Kroc whose bequest serves as an enduring investment in the future of.

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02:25 min | 3 years ago

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"From NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Congress's returning to work with a partial federal government shutdown now in its thirty second day there haven't been any signs of progress. But NPR's Giles Snyder reports the Senate is expected to consider President Trump's new proposal to break the stalemate novotes have been scheduled just yet. But a spokesman for Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says McConnell has agreed to bring President Trump's proposal to about this week. Monday, Senate Republicans released more than thirteen hundred page Bill that includes President Trump's proposal to exchange temporary legal status protections for certain emigrants for the five point seven billion dollars. He's been seeking and border wall funding also as a sweetener the spending package now includes more than twelve billion dollars in disaster relief money Democrats have rejected the president's proposal as a non starter and plan votes in the house this week on their own plan to reopen the government with no border wall money trial, Snyder NPR news, Washington. A Russian court has ruled to keep American Paul Whalen, an ex marine accused of spying in pretrial custody in Moscow NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow the maximum sentence. Whalen faces is twenty years in prison, Paul Whalen was arrested in Moscow right before New Year's Eve as it turned out later, he holds US Canadian British and Irish citizenship in closed door hearing a Moscow court declined his petition to be released on bail, pending trial. Wieland's Russian lawyer told reporters that while we'll and did in fact receive a memory stick containing state secrets he was expecting to get information about a Russian church there speculation that wheel and may be traded for Russian citizen Maria Putina who is in US custody and pleaded guilty to working as an unregistered Russian government agent. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow. There are conflicting reports over the death toll in yesterday's suicide bombing in Afghanistan, some early reports said that as many as one hundred people were killed in the Taliban suicide bombing at a military base. But the Associated Press sites Afghan government officials who say thirty six military personnel were killed and fifty eight others were wounded the nominations for the ninety first Academy Awards have been announced this morning in Beverly Hills, California actress, Tracy Ellis Ross had the list for best actor Christian bale invite. Bradley.

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02:17 min | 3 years ago

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"Than twelve thousand homes and businesses are without power at this point yesterday. A subcontractor working on a power line was crushed by a falling tree travel disruptions expected airline monitoring site flight aware reports roughly two hundred eighty flights canceled as of this morning. Facebook and Twitter are coming under increasing pressure in Russia as the Kremlin titans control over social media. NPR's? Lucian Kim reports the two are accused of potentially violating data storage rules Russian law states that the personal data Russian citizens must be stored locally in Russia. The Russian government's internet watchdog says it starting administrative proceedings against Facebook and Twitter for failing to show they're in compliance with the law. It's possible. The two companies will get off with a symbolic fine. But in two thousand sixteen the social network linked in was blocked by Russia thirties for noncompliance after years of ignoring the internet. The Russian government has been taking a harder line against social networks in an effort to build what's being called Russia's'sovereign internet. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow. Senator Kamala Harris of California says she's running for president. She made it official on ABC's. Good Morning, America. Harasses the. Third sitting democratic Senator to announce after Elizabeth Warren and Kirsten gillibrand this is NPR and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer way. State and local headlines today America is observing Martin Luther King junior day and remembering the words deeds and achievements of the late. Civil rights leader king is usually associated with the struggle for civil rights in the south. But he often brought its message to southern California as well as KCRW. Saul Gonzales reports starting in nineteen fifty-six king made several trips to Los Angeles speaking at colleges, and universities, churches, and synagogues and such landmarks as the sports arena in the Coliseum when he was in southern California king would remind audiences that although they were far from such civil rights battlefields as Little Rock in Birmingham, Montgomery and Selma. They too were part of the struggle for a more equal and just America. Here's king addressing an outdoor rally at UCLA nineteen sixty five..

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"Than twelve thousand homes and businesses are without power at this point yesterday. A subcontractor working on a power line was crushed by a falling tree travel disruptions expected airline monitoring site flight aware reports roughly two hundred eighty flights canceled as of this morning. Facebook and Twitter are coming under increasing pressure in Russia as the Kremlin titans control over social media. NPR's? Lucian Kim reports the two are accused of potentially violating data storage rules Russian law states that the personal data Russian citizens must be stored locally in Russia. The Russian government's internet watchdog says it starting administrative proceedings against Facebook and Twitter for failing to show they're in compliance with the law. It's possible. The two companies will get off with a symbolic fine. But in two thousand sixteen the social network linked in was blocked by Russian authorities for noncompliance after years of ignoring the internet. The Russian government has been taking a harder line against social networks in an effort to build what's being called Russia's'sovereign internet. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow. Senator Kamla Harris of California says she's running for president. She made it official on ABC's. Good Morning, America. Harris. Third sitting democratic Senator to announce after Elizabeth Warren and Kirsten gillibrand. This is NPR from news. I'm Brian watt. As you just heard she's really doing it. Senator comma Harris is running for president she appeared on ABC's. Good Morning America this morning to talk about it. California's junior Senator also released a campaign video in which he promised to fight for American values and announced her official campaign. Kickoff rally in Oakland this coming weekend. Let's do this together. Let's claim our.

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"Danger. The day would leave the commercial. Flying commercial is a danger not only to people flying commercial the shutdown set off by a border wall. Funding dispute has now in its twenty eighth day, by the way in more than eight hundred thousand federal workers and their families are affected. Russia's for ministries rejecting President Trump's missile defense plan saying it could lead to an arms race in space is NPR's. Lucian Kim reports from Moscow yesterday Trump unveil the United States, I missile defense strategy in nearly a decade, even though President Trump didn't mention Russia once in his speech, the Russian foreign ministry issued a sharply worded statement calling the plant openly confrontational the foreign ministry said that the scribe missile defense capabilities would give the US a free hand to use military force anywhere in the world. Russia urged the Trump administration not to discard decades of arms control efforts. The Kremlin has already voiced disapproval of Trump's intention. To withdraw from a nineteen eighty-seven treaty banning medium range nuclear missiles before ministry. Repeated an offer to the US to return to full-scale security talks before it's words, it's too late. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow. The federal judge has struck down early. Voting restrictions enacted by Wisconsin GOP led legislature, WWAFL Toya Dennis has more last year, Madison and Milwaukee allowed six weeks early voting for the midterms Wisconsin Republicans argued smaller cities are at a disadvantage because they cannot afford to offer extended voting periods. So they passed a new law limiting early voting across the state to two weeks. Analysts Eicher is with the one Wisconsin institute. One of the plaintiffs challenging the law. We are hoping avenue organization dot folks in the capital have finally gotten the message that they need to stop messing with voters abilities to vote Republicans passed the early voting restrictions along with legislation. That's at power away from there. Our new governor and attorney general both Democrats for NPR news. I'm let's.

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05:00 min | 3 years ago

"lucian kim" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone Amana stepped forward identifying himself as the brother of a US citizen arrested in Russia on suspicion of espionage NPR's. Lucian Kim reports that Russian security services say they detained American Paul Whalen and Moscow Friday a man with a Twitter handle David p Whalen says his brother Paul is the US national who Russian authorities claim with engaged in spying activity. In a statement on Twitter, David Whalen, says he lost contact with his brother, a retired marine who was attending a wedding in Moscow. When he was detained. We said he found out about the arrest volume media reports, and that is brothers innocence is undoubted the State Department confirmed the detention of an American in Moscow, but not his identity the FSP. Russia's federal security service says it's investigating Paul Whalen for espionage in Russia a charge which carries a sentence. Of up to twenty years. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow as a partial government shutdown extends into day eleven. President Trump is tweeting this afternoon quote. Let's make a deal question. Mark the president states on social media, quote, border security, and the wall thing and shutdown is not where Nancy Pelosi wanted to start her tenure as speaker people are still flocking to the nation's iconic national parks, despite the partial federal shutdown with little staff to manage campground. There's no trash pickup or policing to stop reckless behavior. As Jeremy Siegel of member station. K Q E D reports the situation is getting out of hand California's Yosemite national park with some facilities closed in many workers off duty. There's not much to keep people following the rules in Yosemite. And according to national park officials. They are not people are illegally taking their cars off road. Trash isn't getting cleaned up. And with many restrooms closed or with limited maiden and some visitors are relieving themselves on the side of the road to keep up with some of the chaos park administrators have closed off the popular Mariposa grove of giant sequoias and two campgrounds. A spokesman for the National Park Service says the closures will remain in effect until the shutdown is over for NPR news. I'm Jeremy Siegel a ban on plastic straws in Washington D C Jacob festi- of member station. W AMU reports straws makeup a tiny fraction of the plastic. Pollution clogging oceans, but activists say they add up to millions a day Zachary right bar check with the DC department of energy and environment says many businesses in the city of already switched to alternatives. Many have started using hey straws, which are popular they hold up. Well, and drinks we've seen restaurants, of course, which over the paper straws along with citywide bands like DC's some corporations are ditching plastic straws, including Starbucks Marriott and Royal Caribbean for NPR news. I'm Jacob fenced-in. This is NPR. In the Philippines, and New Year's Eve bombing on the southern island of Mindanao has killed two people and injured at least thirty more the national police there say an improvised explosive device ripped through stalls outside a shopping mall. Police are reported to have discovered a second smaller device and detonated it in his annual new year speech North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN is restating his commitment to give up his nuclear weapons program if the US takes corresponding measures as NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports the speech was pretty much what analysts had expected Kim said. He's willing to meet with President Trump at any time. But he warned the US not to try to sanction his country into submission, Tom on me. Janko the US does not make good on its promises. He said, or if misjudges our people's patients could be left with no choice, but to seek an path. Kim also offered to reopen the case on joint industrial complex and the diamond mountain tourist site both in north but sanctions mean South Korea can't participate in those Kim also called for an end to US South Korean military exercises, which President Trump put on hold following his summit with Kim last June. Anthony Kuhn, NPR, news soul. The state of Washington today implemented ban on the purchase of semiautomatic assault rifles by anyone under age twenty one after voters passed a sweeping firearms measure gun rights advocates are challenging the ban in court. Fifty nine percent of people voting supported the ban. I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news, Washington. Support for NPR comes from Frederick and Howard Stevenson supporting all in college, which is working to revolutionize engineering education globally to inspire. The next generation of technical innovators needed to solve the world's challenges. Learn more at all. Olen dot EDU and the listeners of K Q E D, it's a sunny day of.

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