25 Burst results for "Madurai"

China shuts down transportation in at least 10 cities, builds hospital to treat virus

This Morning with Gordon Deal

02:40 min | 11 months ago

China shuts down transportation in at least 10 cities, builds hospital to treat virus

"The corona virus making international news in unprecedented lockdown of cities in China with more on that story CBS's Laura protest in Emory green China is desperately trying to contain a fast spreading virus that has killed dozens of people transportation was shut down this morning in at least ten cities with a total of thirty three million people the number of people infected in China has jumped to eight hundred and thirty at least twenty five people there have died and fear has spread to the US to lower but as it is here in New York Florida what we know about the possible cases here in the US and Marie Washington state confirms the man is still undergoing treatment for the pneumonia like virus there are also two suspected cases in California Tennessee and taxes are also reporting potential infections a Texas a and M. student showing possible corona virus symptoms put the college station community on edge there is a confirmed case contact resume again and all the contacts we monitor for development sometimes if confirmed he'd be the second coronavirus patient in the U. S. in China where the virus first emerged police barricaded roads blocked access between airport as the city shut down in an effort to contain the virus hospitals people are scrambling for screening and supermarkets worried residents clear shelves the streets of this typically vibrant community now who's town Chinese authorities are ordering similar shutdowns in nearby cities Wong gong and Joe affecting a population of almost twenty million more than the populations of New York City Los Angeles and Chicago combined China's capital Beijing canceled major events around the lunar new year holiday indefinitely as the virus spreads to eight countries sickening over six hundred in Boston at Madurai X. has ramped up its research to create a vaccine specific to this new virus the company is partnering with the national institutes of health which says a vaccine could be ready for human testing in as little as three months there certainly unknowns are certainly risks with moving quickly Maxine but if we don't move now there's a chance that if things spiral out of control we will be able to respond Purdue University in Indiana is also working on a potential hill to help stop the spread of professor there says a drug used to treat the sars virus could be the answer in treating the corona

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"madurai" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"madurai" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Pressure moments whether highs around you because you're treating dictator or are treating someone who injured your friends. You have to stay objective and accomplish your mission. And I think the military does a great job of teaching that, and in medicine, it's the same way. I mean, whether you're treating family member or you're treating city patient to perhaps murdered somebody, you have to provide the same medical care. Despite the training. How difficult is that despite the training, it's difficult? But it's very doable with the training. I mean, even just look at it physiologically, you know, we have levels of our brain, we have our primitive brain, and that primitive, brain upsets breed helps us digest and do certain things and their structures in there such as like the amid LA for example, and that's a structure in the brain and kind of shaped like a walnut. And. Helps attach emotion to a life experience to for example fourth of July. The mcdill let may take you back to memories of hanging out with your family. You know, some are wins barbecues, but for a soldier with PTSD post traumatic stress disorder that amid delays at dockside that explosion from the fireworks can trigger memories of the battlefield and the Madurai take you there. What we have on top of that from it of brain is, we have a cortex, so the cortex when you peel, it back your brain, but the cortex is what we upper level brain, and what I almost imagine is that we have an inner army inside cortex to help suppress those impulses of the primitive, brain. So I think when you're dealing with trying to suppress emotions taking care of patients, when the may be your emotional brain. Maybe.

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"madurai" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"madurai" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"What message would he give to Madurai? If doodo will watching his interview in the inimitable fashion that only Mike Pompeo can do as the men who finished his class. I at West Point former director, the CIA he said fire up the plane Madero. Get on that plane. That's the message from DC. Let's go to the hearings. Let's listen to how you do a hearing. If I were the president of the United States. I can't be not born here. Sorry wouldn't have to change that thing called the constitution. But if I were the president, I wouldn't mind having Bill Baras, by general, I wouldn't mind having Lindsey Graham seriously. I wouldn't mind having Lindsey Graham two point. Oh, my because they know how to run a congressional hearing. I've testified twice before congress on Jihadism national security issues can tears of it's a dog and pony show. I had one guy come in literally totally unprepared. One congressman and then mug for the camera on C span. And soon as he asked this question, he was out of that all he can't about was showing his face constituents and then getting out of the room just a joke. But this is how you do it. Let's listen to Lindsey Graham condense two years of garbage conspiracy theory. Into about a minute long interrogation, and it is golden cut one as to how we go forward. Would you recommend that this committee every other committee of congress to our best hardware infrastructure against future rushing attacks? Absolutely. Thank Russia's still up to it. Yes. You think other countries may get involved in our elections in twenty twenty. Yes..

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"madurai" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:02 min | 1 year ago

"madurai" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You know, my son Quinn who is a frustrated sports broadcaster wanna be he wants to be Joe brand. He you hit it. Right. Nail right on. I usually introduce myself as a struggling sports broadcast, but you are a hardworking man, I have a lot of respect for your brand. You got baskets. You got plates spinning on every stick going around. And that you you you have much respect my son from me. That's for sure. Thank you. Absolutely, the metaphor. Well, I like that. But my son does this podcast with two of his buddies called deep dish sports talk. And he's he's having a lot of fun. It's a labor of love. Right. It's not for the money whatsoever. But one of the things that he's trying to do this here is to interview different people. You know to talk about sports, and whatever maybe Joe brand, I believe is on that list of people he'd like to interview. And but they had an interview with a woman who is a was at one point the top female ranked chess player in the country. How did they find her? He works with her and it came up in a conversation. And they talked all about are either. One of you anyone chess player linear you chess player at all. Joe have played Don. Yeah. John. I play on an app sometimes Nate. Okay. It is on was playing chess against himself as. So here's an interesting thing about the conversation. And I obviously, he's my son. But now, you think about sports, right? And you think about I mean there are college scholarships for Chessplayers. Wow. Okay. And they have coaches, and so this woman who was delightful on the podcast. I mean, she was really super well prepared and she was passionate about it talked about the training, and what goes into it. And you know, her point was, hey, look, the entry into the sport is not, you know, you don't have to be like six pack and run up four twelve four forty or something like that. Right. It's a mind, and it's a preparation she was talking about how the fact that the people that really compete have nutritionists because sometimes matches can last seven hours brain food, bring food. Right. And so it is such an interesting conversation. And and if you get a chance in your podcast or you listen to podcasts at all deep dish sports talk. Her name is. Really interesting name to wait. I got I just had it. And I lost it. Hold on a second Madurai. While I'm coming. First name is Madurai keep coming coming. Are you just trying to generate the thought in your head? Karam seti. That's cool name. Yeah. She was delightful, and it's a really good interview. And they were making the kind of the comparison between the kind of sports that we all know kind of sports that you cover Joe. And then you look at a sport like chess, and who the people are and what's going on there and some strategy that someone who's trained which will. Very interesting conversation. But it's not about getting the pieces. It's about getting the squares. That's right. I do enjoy the parallels of baseball in chess because it seems like all the rules are just so specific and generated a certain way to make the game plausible and to make the game. Right. Three-strikes for strikeout walks for a ball. Yeltsin and inning, right? Well, everyone says it's the perfect game. Right. When it comes to those rules, and how it works out and like with baseball every pitch has the potential to like chain. You know changed the game as every move in chess like right along strategy. But each move is you know, has a potential right? Let's combine the two. Yeah. Chefs ball power chess. Well, if you get a chance to listen, it's pretty good three one two nine eight one. Seventy two hundred is our phone number. Bob is in Hebron, Bob, you're on WGN. Good morning. Good morning. Hip to actually problems. I'm on a well. And we do have in the water. I have a water softener in a whole house Stelter? But I still gets worse deposits in the shower plumbing. And the problem is when I we have a shower tub combination. And when I try and shut the spout off for the best hub to direct the water up to the shower head. It's kind of get lost in the pipes in. It's restricted. So what I've done is I've the spout in the tub off and sold that pipe full of rust iron out. Okay. It's gotten rid of some of the some of the rust, and it's improved it. But I was wondering whether there's a long term solution to that problem. That's the other problem may help us. I can't locate a new spoke for the tub that has available which is leaking. So when I pull that little Nabet to direct water after the shower head, it doesn't shut the waterfall outta the spout. Completely. So I don't get so slow out of the show. Why can't you buy that find that spout? There's all kinds of stuff like that. Well, I looked at looked at Home Depot, and and the nurture that line, and it's a larger diameter pipe with two old ring started in the ones, I've found Arthur a smaller diameter pipe this or that this screws unto. Yours is a wait. So you is it a piece of copper pipe that comes out and then it slides over. And then you tighten a ring on it. No, you actually screw the nozzle unto threads over the pipe and it sealed with a couple of old rings. And I haven't been able to fight it. And they don't recall what the manufacturer of the the the plumbing for the showers. I put the whole assembly in a few years ago when I did the shower, but when you're just trying lemon lemon of man's your question backwards. So the pipe that sticks out does it have a threaded male end on the end of it. Next. I take if I if I take the spout off if you take the spout off, what do I see sticking out of the wall? What you see is about six inches of pipe with an old ring on the end and the threads are actually against the wall on the end of the spout. So your slide. Okay. Almost gets to the wall. He's done it connects to the threads, and then you screw the spout. Go to your local. A and there's a company called damn co A CEO. That makes that replacement spout. If they don't have it in stock. They can order it. But Dan co makes that spout. Okay. All right. So that's number one. Now with your with your shower valves, the problem the problem here is. Let's see. How are we going to do this? Okay. When that pipe sticking out. If you put your lips on the end of that thing and blue on it air would come out of the shower head correct because it's just an open system that uses physics. So that it doesn't come out of the shower when it's coming out of the spout because water takes the path of beliefs resistance. So what I would do is take the shower head off of the shower arm. And then if you can't on the end of that and the end of the. Well, you know, what I would do how did you pour in like a lime away or anything like that? In there. What I did was. I took a piece of clear tube took the shower head off, and then took a piece of clear tubing, and stuck it up through the pipe who smaller diameter than the pipe. Obviously. During the dinner hoard it in until took the the tub spout off and plugged the pipe it actually sold that whole pipe full of iron out. Right. And let it sit for about twelve hours after it out. And then you know, then it worked much better. But obviously there's still some on there. Right. So what I would do that all over again. Okay. Okay. And then when you go to drain it out. I would take a compressor with a air hose on the end. If you're you know, you sound like you've got to access to some of this kind of stuff and put it on the end of that spout. And then with your hand on the top force that air like your ordinance Gorton escorting to loosen it up before you write anything in there. Now that that lime away or CSLR whatever you use to really loosen it up, and then let it blow everything out when you can feel almost the same kind of pressure. Probably the the the rust and everything that you have the problem is in the valve itself. Not neces-. -sarily the pipes. And so that's where you really want to clean it all out. Well, actually, I've I've replaced the veil that the mixing valve Redwood. They're playing the ports, but in the ports of the valve. Right. So the valve is what directs everything, but the valve body is where the ports are which are much smaller than everything else. That's what the calcium Lyman rust build up. His if you wanna pull that if you want to win. If you do the same thing where you'd let it sit in their articulate the valve several times over that twelve hours. Okay. And then you can even pull that insert out a little bit and spray some in there. You'll get it in there just by filling out there. But you want to articulate that valve because we're that sentiment is that's giving you a hard time is in the body of the vowed not in the pipes. I see. Okay. Well, I I will try that. You got him damn cold? Remember, remember, Dan co I've written it down. All right, sir. Thanks. Thank you very much. Lloyd shirt, certainly appreciate it have a great day. And appreciate you calling this morning three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred is our phone number. We'll be right back..

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Protecting your digital ID: tips from an expert

Talking Tech

05:25 min | 1 year ago

Protecting your digital ID: tips from an expert

"Talking tech is brought to you in part by northwestern. University offered in partnership with north Western's Feinberg school of medicine. The program prepares students for emerging opportunities across the healthcare spectrum. Details are at SPS dot northwestern dot EDU slash informatics. I'm sure you like everyone else always have questions about how to protect your digital privacy rights. We've got Rodrick Jones. He's a former Scotland Yard detective who now has his own app. Rebecca, and he's going to tell you all about some of his favourite tips on protecting your digital identity here on talking tech yet. You'd be surprised that you could get a long way with two doing two very basic things having strong passwords and using a password manager that would be a very important step. And then second in the second step as well as setting up to factual education, some of the more high profile security breaches that you've seen over the past. Three or four yards. I'm seeking bowling individuals. Say those embarrassing hacks web say full Madurai of the CIA loses control of his Twitter account that would be prevented by two factor. Authentication on strong passwords, so those two things which a really easy to consume. Now an easy for anybody to do. I would strongly recommend. Okay. People hate two factor. Authentication? I don't know. I mean, I think it's getting easier to do. And of course, security's always a trade off between convenience and risk. You know, you have to make that possible trade yourself and think now people are beginning to understand that even for example. It's talk about lengthen, your Lincoln, current should probably have some form of extra security on it. Because if you rely dude swelled on your reputation and someone hijacked that accounts. And he's able to post as you and say things that are not, you know, something you would say and really damage your reputation for that time, they have control of the account that would be devastating to lots of people and business so using to F I is is actually not about not about way to proceed how has gotten better because or easier to use I I can think of being in a foreign country where I'm trying to log in in a can't log in because I can't get a text. Right. So you got any easier. Yeah. I would say the arrival and ease of use of the authenticates our applications the ones that Google supports in the one that Microsoft supports achy changed that equation dramatically. So you all right. Yeah. Text isn't always the best way to receive those things and actually for more secure accounts. We don't recommend that. Because there is problems with phone numbers being ported in spoofed as well. So using offensive keta apps, basically is is the best way to do to an honestly, you know, I think those are pretty easy to use by following the onscreen prompts on how to set them up in which recommendation for grading a great password. You'd have password manages the future. I think you know, I think that you know, you could everyone has their own kind of scheme on how they would present a password manager, you know, it's kind of an old rhyme. I know something like that. But frankly, the best way of doing it is using a password manager because if you think about the number of pass was we have to maintain for different accounts. It's out of the control of one person to remember all of those. And so what people default to is putting them on a spreadsheet or writing them down, which of course, is tragic so password manages a really the white ago. I think do you have a favorite password manager, we do we like last pass a lot. You know, we've we've looked at that. They have pretty the bus starts security features in. We tend to recommend that. Already rodrick. Thanks for calling a remind everybody the name your app, it's Rubicon Rebecca dot com to find out more. Okay. And is there a charge for it? Yes. There is we're currently charging such nine ninety nine a month. But there's gonna definitely be deals in the future to reduce that price. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA day. Thanks for listening to talking tech. You can find me on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, please subscribe to talking tech wherever you listen to online podcast these rate and review us as well. Pleased favored the show on Stitcher, which helps more people find us in as always. Thanks, everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you in part by Northwestern University. The huge amounts of healthcare data available today as well. As advances in technology are making a profound impact on healthcare. 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"madurai" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"madurai" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"Venezuelan government under Madurai has been responding to one Widodo declaring himself president the onslaught of the propaganda machine from the US, but also this military build up that we're witnessing and that coupled with the threats I think the government has had to walk a very difficult line. So on the one hand, they don't wanna look weak. They certainly don't want to look as if they're seating to this sort of unelected self-proclaimed interim president, but on the other end they don't want to provoke. So for example, when mother would very justifiably ordered US diplomatic fficials out of the country, totally legitimate giving US intervention into this whole affair Trump. Refused to recognize this. He said they they didn't need to leave. He's not the president at cetera mother. Oh, then very carefully. Ratcheted down the tension around this question because it would have been legitimate to arrest. Those officials detain them and expel them. But this was in a way precisely what Trump wanted. Now. The next provocation is what's going to happen on the border where the US in league with Venezuelan opposition is going to attempt to force this aid across the border today. The mass protest why announced a deadline for getting the aid into Venezuela. The twenty third of February. But those shows no sign of relenting the goal is to literally violate the sovereign territory of Suada. I think it's gonna be really tense. What happens over the next few days? And unfortunately in the medium-term what's going to happen is that the new wave of Trump sanctions. And now the newer wave that he's then sort of folded on top of these is really going to crush, the Venezuelan economy even further and so absent other sources of aid. Aid and support it's going to be very difficult for the Venezuelan government to really hold out amid this blockade. And now, we do know that that some Russian and Chinese aid has arrived, and it's being distributed. And we, you know, there's no reason to doubt that that's not far more than these sort of symbolic pittances that the US is offering, but whether or not that will be enough is really going to be part of what plays out in the long term. We've got an oil blockade you've got the actual theft of billions of dollars held in US accounts that have been handed over to. Why though you got y though attempting to basically get the Bank of England to hand over all of the gold that Venezuela's stored there. In other words, this mass theft of money that should be used to really ride out. This you know, this economic crisis and to put the Venezuelan economy on a more stable footing, Andrew McCabe, who's on his immediate who are right now for his book and the big headlines that he made was talking about plans to allegedly invoke the twenty fifth amendment to try to have Donald Trump removed as president. Based on his mental health or lack thereof. But he also talks about Venezuela in his book. And I just want to read Georgia quote from Andrew McCabe book about a twenty seventeen Oval Office meeting. He says quote, then the president talked about Venezuela..

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"madurai" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"madurai" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"You will find no safe heart, no, easy exit. And no way out you will lose everything. The Trump administration has set a deadline February twenty third for nNcholas Maduro to bow down to the US or face unknown consequences. We don't know what. But the administration says that all options are on the table, a clear military threat. The US military, meanwhile has been landing planes on the Colombian border with Venezuela using the cover of humanitarian aid shipments and US political leaders continue to blatantly lie about the crisis in Venezuela. They are lying about Madurai government blocking a bridge that bridge has never been functional. It's never been opened. It's never been in use that is just pure propaganda. In fact, my colleague, Josh Begley, did a satellite imagery analysis of that bridge on the Venezuela Colombia border that shows that the bridge has never been used from two thousand fourteen until now no cars, no trucks. Nothing there. Is a fully functioning bridge nearby and that one remains open, but the US hasn't even bothered to apply for permission to cross that bridge. They're promoting the image of a bridge that has never been opened. And then claiming it's evidence that Madero is blocking aid. No, the issue here is that the US is not actually attempting to aid the Venezuelan people..

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Trump urges Venezuelan military to abandon Maduro

Democracy Now

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Trump urges Venezuelan military to abandon Maduro

"He could then President Trump held a rally in Miami Florida Monday, where he addressed members of the local Venezuelan community reinforcing his support for opposition leader self proclaimed, president Juan Guido and calling for the military to defect from the leadership of sitting Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro, choose this path you have the opportunity to help forge a safe and prosperous future for all of the people of then as well or you could choose the second path continuing to support Madero. If you choose this path. You will find no safe harbor, no, easy exit. And no way out you will lose every Trump also renewed attacks on socialism, saying it had ravaged Venezuela. And that quote will never happen to us. Then Madurai responded to Trump's remarks in a televised address. Truly miami. Glenn today. Donald Trump was in Miami. With a tired rhetoric questioning the rights of our country to adopt, the ideas of human Christian, socialism or socialism, just like a Nazi style speech to prohibit ideology. This comes as a new book out today by former FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe, reveals Trump privately discuss going to war with Venezuelan two thousand seventeen McCabe writes, quote, then the president talked about Venezuela. That's the country. We should be going to war with he said, they have all that oil, and they're right on our back door, unquote. Meanwhile, the Daily Beast is reporting State Department officials are considering extending temporary protected status or TPS Venezuelans residing in the US to protect them from deportation TPS holders from Sudan, I'll Salvador Haiti Nicaragua and Honduras and Nepal are currently sealing. The Trump administration over its attempt to revoke their immigration

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Is this the end for Venezuela's Maduro?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

11:25 min | 1 year ago

Is this the end for Venezuela's Maduro?

"Foreign desk on monocle twenty four with me. Andrea Melissa with me, listen to Elliott and Francisco Toro, the thing that has changed not just in the last couple of years since we talked about this. But in very very recent times is the emergence of a plausible contended, president, nNcholas Maduro. And in fact, he's not just a potential president. He is at least according to the United States most of Latin America, Canada, and as of this week, the European parliament, actually, the legitimate president of Venezuela. So it listen data, basically who is wand Guido, and how did he get here t- months ago? He was just another politician in a congressional body that wills virtually no power in Venezuela, quite do is the head of the national assembly, which Madurai has

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"madurai" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"madurai" Discussed on Today in Focus

"We reaffirm our deep belief that a peaceful and inclusive democratic solution is the only sustainable way out of the current political impasse and the severe social crisis. It has provoked and all of this Madero his attitude has appeared to be that. He doesn't really care. I mean, there was the video of him down saying while people were protesting on the streets. What do we know about how he's feeling what he's thinking at the moment. That we have absolutely no idea. What what he's thinking. No, there's there's very little communication between the media and the and the government at the moment uncertainty. Absolutely, no communication between the military and and the outside world how important to Madurai is the support of China and Russia. A Russian China. Support is crucial is certainly at the from the financial point of view, a Venezeula now relies on on Bank loans. If that they've received from both Russia and China to to sustain the economy. Also Russia has has long been a provider of weapons to in soil. So on that front. Also, Russia's support is crucial. The Piccio presenting beyond the humanitarian crisis on the ground is really quite scary. We're talking about a conflict in which the US has called for people to pick a side. And so far the US and Europe has picked one side and Russia and China has picked another side how nervous all people about the global tensions. This could lead to. Well, I think people are very nervous. But like I said, and like you said it, this is also an economic crisis. So I would also say that people's main concern also is going about their daily lives. And and what do you see happening? What are the kind of critical things that could happen over the next few days? Well, the I think that this is basically a battle between the the people who controlled the arms and the people that control the money the US free seeing Venezuela's assets or making these assets of able now to what they say is the is the presidency of one why though is also going to be a crucial aspect to the outcome of the situation the oil industry here is responsible for ninety five percent of the country's revenue. So whoever holds those revenues is certainly going to have an important sway on the way things are done. And just finally you've mentioned a few times. That Hawn Widodo is an unknown quantity in many ways. And that it's less about who he is an individual and more about whether he can either be the why not man or the person who represents hope, but given that we know so little about him is a risk that actually he's going to provide something that people really don't want. I think that's always a risk. Of course. The moment. He's he's offering very very basic things. He's got a very clear three pronged approach in his own words to cease Yasser patient of power to embark on a transitional government, and and to hold free and fair elections as soon as possible. That's that's what he said is role. But we've like I said we've seen things in other countries go go wrong. And is there any sign that Maduro will let go of power. Absolutely. None. What would you want to see happen next? I would like to see a peaceful negotiation that can take probably longer than than of sudden change. But that can guarantee a no bloodshed. I would like to see the restoration of the rule of law. And and I would certainly think that free and fair elections are the culmination of of this process. Virginia you've mentioned how much she loved the country that you live in do you hope and expect that you'll still be living there years into the future? Yes. I would like that very much, and I would also like to see so many of my friends, and so many amazing Minnesotans comeback to rebuild the country. You can read all Virginia life passes reporting on the ground in Venezuela and follow the guardians Latin America correspondent, Tom Phillips at the Cardi dot com..

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"madurai" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"madurai" Discussed on Today in Focus

"We reaffirm our deep belief that a peaceful and inclusive democratic solution is the only sustainable way out of the current political impasse and the severe social crisis. It has provoked and all of this Madero his attitude has appeared to be that. He doesn't really care. I mean, there was the video of him down saying while people were protesting on the streets. What do we know about how he's feeling what he's thinking at the moment. That we have absolutely no idea. What what he's thinking. No, there's there's very little communication between the media and the and the government at the moment uncertainty. Absolutely, no communication between the military and and the outside world how important to Madurai is the support of China and Russia. A Russian China. Support is crucial is certainly at the from the financial point of view, a Venezeula now relies on on Bank loans. If that they've received from both Russia and China to to sustain the economy. Also Russia has has long been a provider of weapons to in soil. So on that front. Also, Russia's support is crucial. The Piccio presenting beyond the humanitarian crisis on the ground is really quite scary. We're talking about a conflict in which the US has called for people to pick a side. And so far the US and Europe has picked one side and Russia and China has picked another side how nervous all people about the global tensions. This could lead to. Well, I think people are very nervous. But like I said, and like you said it, this is also an economic crisis. So I would also say that people's main concern also is going about their daily lives. And and what do you see happening? What are the kind of critical things that could happen over the next few days? Well, the I think that this is basically a battle between the the people who controlled the arms and the people that control the money the US free seeing Venezuela's assets or making these assets of able now to what they say is the is the presidency of one why though is also going to be a crucial aspect to the outcome of the situation the oil industry here is responsible for ninety five percent of the country's revenue. So whoever holds those revenues is certainly going to have an important sway on the way things are done. And just finally you've mentioned a few times. That Hawn Widodo is an unknown quantity in many ways. And that it's less about who he is an individual and more about whether he can either be the why not man or the person who represents hope, but given that we know so little about him is a risk that actually he's going to provide something that people really don't want. I think that's always a risk. Of course. The moment. He's he's offering very very basic things. He's got a very clear three pronged approach in his own words to cease Yasser patient of power to embark on a transitional government, and and to hold free and fair elections as soon as possible. That's that's what he said is role. But we've like I said we've seen things in other countries go go wrong. And is there any sign that Maduro will let go of power. Absolutely. None. What would you want to see happen next? I would like to see a peaceful negotiation that can take probably longer than than of sudden change. But that can guarantee a no bloodshed. I would like to see the restoration of the rule of law. And and I would certainly think that free and fair elections are the culmination of of this process. Virginia you've mentioned how much she loved the country that you live in do you hope and expect that you'll still be living there years into the future? Yes. I would like that very much, and I would also like to see so many of my friends, and so many amazing Minnesotans comeback to rebuild the country. You can read all Virginia life passes reporting on the ground in Venezuela and follow the guardians Latin America correspondent, Tom Phillips at the Cardi dot com..

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"madurai" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"madurai" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Nothing silly about it, and it's getting ugly, the Senate votes, and there's a big push with rank and file in lied to fall in line with input their leaders to get in line Trump and Pelosi cannot negotiate with each other. Maybe it's time to bring in some Sarah gets we'll bring you the latest as it unfolds to Senate votes who may be get people to compromise and talk about ending this general Jacquin is here. Fox News, a four star general and a retired and a former vice chief of staff of the US army and chamber the institute for the study of war and Fox News senior strategic analyst general welcome back. It's always good to be here. I know you're a big fan you were very happy with took place yesterday with the hall of fame. But what about the president's decision to recognize the opposition parties at thirty five year old leader over Maduro in Venezuela. What are the stakes? Well, first of all, I take us a good decision. And he's obviously being backed also by other countries in the region. Guide always duly elected from the national assembly Madora, obviously had a fraud election back in may. I think this does move the ball. I mean is a dangerous situation. Clearly, the people are very aroused. As hundreds of thousands of people were in the streets yesterday. Celebrating the anniversary of another dictator who was forced out in nineteen fifty eight. But here's the issue in front of them. I think what. The new announced president what he has to do is. He's got to get the support of the military. If he's going to be able to assume state control, the state functions right now, he is obviously significant international backing, but Madurai running the state. To get the control of the military. He's going to have to give them some guarantees the military is fundamentally corrupt Madore putting money in their pockets to be sure to unleash that false loyalty to Madeira. He's gonna have to guarantee some amnesty for these leaders, and that will be decisive if they believe that amnesty will really take place the second thing. We've we've approached these problems in a couple of ways, you know, in one thousand nine hundred nine we forcibly depose Noriega Panama in nineteen Ninety-four. We forcibly deposed up a military leader out of Haiti and what brought back Aristide who was duly elected to be president. In nineteen in the late nineteen eighty s I think this is the better model, we when Ferdinand Marcos had hundreds of thousands of people in the street demonstrating against his rule, we engineered his exodus, and we assured Marcos that he would not be brought back and tried for the crimes that he committed. I think that's the way out from Madeira. Somebody who's close to him from another country. I don't think it's the United States. But if it is that'd be fine. We got engineer an exit for him. Where they will not be recrimination where he's brought back into his country, and then possibly we can get out of this without violence or a potential for a civil war and we've got to change their whole economy. Obviously, the socialist model has not thrived and get they should be there in oil rich nation that should be thriving. Now, you tell me if this is complicated for your model. The Russians have already warned us better. Keep stay out of their. How dare they say that to us in our backyard? Cuba plays a big role there. And I remember the Iranian presence was beginning there when Chavez was about. So we're not the only player here. General how does that affect your decision? The Russians is bluster. I wouldn't pay any attention to them. Clearly, I don't believe we should be involved in any overt military action whatsoever. I don't think it's needed. And I think the the countries in the region would be opposed to that I'm confident and if we're talking to them, I'm sure that we are. But particularly the Lima group is fourteen countries involved in a not one of them. I do think there is a there is an exit. It's complicated. It has to be diplomatically skillfully handled. I think we have the talent to be able to do something like that. And get through this thing without a significant loss of loss of lives. I mean, it probably going to be some more people killed in the streets because police have firing real bullets, Adam. Right. And demonstrators are probably not gonna stop until there is a change a power where Guida really is in control of the state functions. And general you confident that are seventy two diplomats who were told to leave the country because he no longer they broke relations with us. Are you confident that they're they're going to be protected because Pompeo says they're not moving. I'm confident they'll be protected, and if we had to bring some people in to help protect them as part of the embassy staff, we would certainly complement that we have the right to country has to protect our people, that's their obligation. We also have the right to reinforce any embassy in the world I own protection. Gotcha. Here is just before we move on. Here's the former a Venezuelan diplomat on last night with Martha McCallum cut twenty one. It's a very cruel dictatorship that has created an economic meltdown for their own interest of grand corruption. But also the worst part is the humanitarian deterioration that they have induced through weaponization of starvation and medicines car city for social control and to remain in power this has broken down. And today we've noticed how hundreds of thousands of Venezuelan have taken the streets. And have spoken out to change this regime that has brought hunger and death to the Venezuelan people. So that's how bad it is from guy. They remembered it before it was. It is a human catastrophe significant malnutrition lack of access to water, and then the criminality. Extrordinary? I mean, it's the Myrtle capital of the world now and all major capital crimes, plus more. Minor crimes are being committed on on a regular basis. This is a population that is clearly under siege. And that is why the impoverished people who had not been in the streets in the past were in the streets. Remember, they they were sort of the beneficiaries of Hugo Chavez socialistic move where he was taking money out of the treasury dumping it into the arms of people. He thought were in need, and obviously he ran out of money and he ran at economic stability. And he got cancer. We thought maybe we can turn the page putting send we get his one of his underlings, and he is destroyed that country. So let's move on. And talk about something, I know you're passionate about and that's with our decisions to leave Syria. We've versa had two attacks in the last ten days against our guys. Brett mcgurk was are on void there through two administrations. He was on face the nation over the weekend. And and said this about ISIS. Let's go to the third cut the vice president sat here and reiterated that ISIS is defeated.

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"madurai" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"madurai" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Trump administration quickly gave him its support. But Madero has not agreed to cede power. In fact, in response, he announced a break in diplomatic relations with Washington DC and ordered US personnel out of the country. NPR's Philip Reeves is in Caracas and joins us. Now. Phil, I guess just the big question who is in charge. This morning. Oh, I think there's no doubt that the truth Madurai remains in office. And he is the de facto president of the country right now, he controls all the instruments of power. He controls the supreme court intelligence agencies and the military which way the military goes in this will be critical in determining the outcome of it. So there's no really concrete evidence emerged the leather a lot of rumors that suggests the military is ready to abandon the doodo. But that could be a really key factor. So we have one man one Guido who's the head of the national assembly. He's declared himself interim president he says he's a transitional leader until free and fair. Elections are held the US supports him many others due to the US has helped orchestrate this. But the dodo in fact remains in office. I mean, you say the US has helped orchestrate this. It is interesting. There are a lot of international implications to what's happening in Venezuela right now. Yeah. I mean, we are witnessing a major coordinated drive to push Madonna out of office to end the economic and humanitarian crisis has been going on here for a long time. That's been getting worse, and that's been causing severe problems in the neighborhood because of mass migration, and the US is playing a central role in that the dodos accusing it of orchestrating a coup and is drawing comparisons with Cold War years when the US was US interventions in Latin America, including organizing behind the scene coups. He's drawing that comparison. Let's not forget that Madonna has some big friends on the international stage. His government's been trumped up for years by China and Russia and more recently Turkey and Turkey's being expressing their support for him. They say that by recognizing someone else's president the US and others could cause chaos here. In the meantime, the US diplomats are caught in the middle of this. I mean Venezuelans in general are the ones who are really bearing the brunt. But are the US diplomats gonna leave? Now, the Madeira has told them they they have to. Well, this has become a really critical issue. Sexiest state. Mike Pompeo's says that Madonna doesn't have the legal authority to try to break diplomatic relations with the US because you know, the US doesn't recognize him as president it therefore follows that the US thinks Madonna who doesn't have the legal authority to throw out its diplomats. But what happens if they don't leave Madonna controls the streets here right now, he controls the security forces last night on TV is senior member of the socialist party was talking which is the ruling party with about Medeiros regime, which was talking about cutting off water and electricity to the US embassy. If the diplomats don't leave after seventy two. Does as instructed now that may well be rhetoric to please the crowd. But we really don't know how this is going to play out. What's why does next step? I mean, it's one thing for him to stand among throngs of cheering supporters and say, I am the interim president. But what's he gonna do to bring about a new vote? If he if he even has the ability to do that. Well, it's it's difficult to know because the national assembly has been totally sidelined by Madurai for a long time now and the supreme court here, which he controls has just reinforced that by declaring the national assembly's decisions null and void. So. You know, he he has declared himself to be interim president, but but where he's gonna take that is difficult to know having said that having all that international support, especially from the US the biggest player on the block is extremely important. It's a source of influence for him. And it's also important because it's backed up by US threats of more. Sanctions just briefly Phil what are you hearing from people in the streets. I mean, this is political chaos there. What are the effects of people's day to day lives? Well, you know, the protests against Peduto yesterday were huge hundreds of thousands of people were on the street. They were very happy when Guido declared himself interim president. Ecstatic. You know, they've had high hopes before only to see them dashed and they're exhausted on the other hand. Madonna does have some supporters is socialist party had big rallies yesterday. And they all see this is another chapter in the US for against Venezuela as they call it aimed at taking control of their country, embarrass Philip Reeve's reporting from Caracas, thanks so much. You're welcome Nellis returned to the United States to talk have religious voters when we talk about voters who are people of faith religious conservatives get most of the attention, but with liberals increasingly energized, some faith leaders want to rally religious voters for progressive causes NPR's. Tom gjelten reports on the prospects for reviving the religious left. There's been no hotter political issue in recent months, and what to do about all the migrants, including families showing up at the US border. Among those pushing for a more open policy is a group called faith. In public life. It's led by our Noordeinde. Presbyterian minister, Jennifer Butler who shows up at rallies wearing her clerical collar today. We. Said to Phero, let's..

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Venezuela gasoline prices should rise to international levels: Maduro

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Venezuela gasoline prices should rise to international levels: Maduro

"President Maduro says Venezuela's fuel prices should rise. To international levels in the change to his patrol subsidy policy he said he was acting because smugglers cheating Venezuela out of millions of dollars of revenue mr maduro said those who held a government issued identity card will continue to receive direct subsidies but those who fail to register their vehicles would have to pay fuel at international prices when aldo from better is a london based venezuelan journalist i think this is evidence that the madero government has given up on trying to secure the support of the people of venezuela i mean increasing the price of gas has been a political taboo for all venezuelan government's the only one that did it in back in one thousand nine hundred and nine faced riots that led to the vets of hundreds of people to two military coups and eventually the removal of the precedent yet the government of madurai doing this because they basically run out of money

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BBC World Service

07:32 min | 2 years ago

Small height evolved twice on 'Hobbit' island of Flores

"The news. Hello I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC news Zimbabwe's opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has dismissed what he termed the unverified fake results of the, presidential election which is given victory to the incumbent. Emmerson Mnangagwa Mr. Trump criticized electoral commission saying the level of opaqueness. Was. Baffling Mr. Mnangagwa has urged him Bob Williams to unite behind. His presidency the head of, the election observers. In Zimbabwe Brock told. The BBC there was a lack. Of transparency, he said the result must be properly confirmed smoke peace to that country and therefore must have curb related to what's. Your position That is. Also results, of all set up at the end of the day I think the important version for for the people in Zimbabwe Turkey says it will work closely with the. United States to resolve disagreements between them the Turkish Foreign Minister. Chavalit sure you said the agreement came after constructive meeting with his US counterpart Mike Pompeo on the, sidelines, of Asian. Regional talks in Singapore the US is imposed sanctions onto Turkish ministers over the continued detention of an American clergyman in Turkey Andrew Bramsen faces terrorism charges can reach member Swannee. Is in Singapore the, to have met against the backdrop of what appears to be an, escalating diplomatic crisis between the United States and Turkey earlier in the week there was. Sanctions placed on to Turkish ministers by the United States and that led to quite a dramatic fall in the price of the Turkish currency what we do know is that the secretary of state has said. That the sanctions have been put in place because they want to show Turkey. That they're serious about the release of the American clergyman transport Unions in Venezuela have angrily rejected government plans to collect information about car ownership to control the distribution of petrol supplies they warned us it. Creates an internal black-market subsidized fuel is resold for prophet Daniel Ghana's, reports in Venezuela one gallon of gasoline cost less than one. Set of a US dollar depending on the exchange rate a person uses but that is about to, change President Nicolas. Madura ordered a vehicle census to be held this week the government wants to know how many cars and what models are being used by Venezuelans authorities will later use those. Numbers to come up, with an energy policy that is likely to increase the price of, fuel Madurai says Venezuela's subsidized gasoline is being illegally smuggled out of the country and. Into Colombia the US department of Justice has told a court at volunteers and activists should take the lead in locating undocumented migrants who've been separated from their children hundreds of parents have been deported while there Children remain in detention centers the US government says the American Civil Liberties. Union which challenged the policy in court should use its resources to help world news from the BBC research scientists for the US defense department say the recently repatriated remains of America's Korean war dead appear to be. From the, renowned, battle of, Chechen which took place in the winter of nineteen fifty the. Fifty five sets of remains include written information about where they were found tens of thousands of Chinese and US troops were killed near the strategic Chechen. Reservoir in the northeast of the Korean peninsula Britain's Prime Minister Theresa may is doing southern, France later today to meet the French president Emmanuel. Macron at his summer retreat British ministers attended meetings in Paris earlier this week to try to make progress with officials in European capitals towards realising Britain's plan to withdraw from the European Union next year A new study has suggested humans with. Short stature on the Indonesian island of Flores evolved independently thousands of. Years apart scientists decoded genes at. The islands Monday pygmy population to find out if they might be partly descended from members of an extinct species which have come to be known as hobbits. Fossilized remains were found fifteen years ago Richard Green is, associate professor at the university of California Santa Cruz. They are not related at all it turns out that the folks, who live there now are short genetically for largely the same reason that. Folks elsewhere in the world would be short painted a pretty. Clear picture that this island were short stature because it has driven hominids to be small twice and Australian climate has been. Rescued from a mountain in New Zealand southern Alps where he'd been trapped for several nights in sub zero conditions he's believed to have dug a snow cave to stay alive The climate emergency beacon signal had, been picked up picked up in the United States and passed to local. Agencies a rescuer said the Australian was lucky to be alive BBC World Service news Hello and welcome to talking books from hay festival with me governess, every year writers thinkers politicians and others gathered here in Wales to talk about books and ideas from around the world Today I'm joined by. An Arado, ROY, the, author of four novels. Which, dissect the complexities of her native India nationalism casts the place of women and the, burden of history and tradition on a Boston rapidly modernizing nation Amerada ROY welcome to talking books Now I. Just finished your latest novel and? I wanted to give everybody watching. And listening a flavor of your writing and maybe if you'd be kind, of, just to start we'll talk about the book booking detail later this is all the lies. We never. Lived, could, you redo in paragraph In my childhood I. Was known as the boy. Whose mother had. Run off with an Englishman The man was in fact German but in small, town India in those, days all white foreigners were largely thought office British this unconcern for accuracy annoyed my, scholarly father even in circumstances as dire as losing his wife to another man Now when I read that I couldn't. Ben stopped reading that is, a great opening paragraph did you in terms of the Crafter writing. When you sit down, is that something you revised and, revise and revised is that, somehow because it does set all themes of the book a young boy grows up but is. His life isn't totally changed, because his mother ran away this I often read I actually normally rewrite beginnings endlessly and in my first book what I thought was the beginning ended up in the. Middle when I, had finished the book but with this, this paragraph I started the book and that was how it came and, not a word of it changed right through. Many many and is terribly engaging, for all sorts of, reasons first of all. We feel immediate empathy for the child but we also understand that, his father is a, bit of a patent and this is something that you explore thrown And so and it said Books are really against the developing politics of twentieth, and twenty first, century India the family, story. And then, the background yes This.

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"madurai" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"madurai" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Seven seven three three seven six six six six number to call susan is calling from brooklyn new york susan thank you for taking the time and you know the other night when i spoke to you i i i i should've told you welcome back and i'm glad you're back healthy me too me too but as far as matt harvey goes on madurai hot mess end and it would be an enormous mistake to bring him back to new york i mean he's throw i being the i would just i was just weeble malone i mean keeps he's got he's going to work on a contract for next season i mean you don't wanna really put him into any pressure situation and also i thought of something you're gonna think i'm crazy but the sunny gray saying this two options you could send them down to the mine is like i mean tracks will did it and roy holiday dad's right and then also i don't know with the madison bumgarner thing you over wound them and you just say sunny great because you know why when he was in oakland there was a wedge fleet when i thought that deal he seems to beat the teams that undefined well tonight was well here's the thing and i think a you know a man maybe not all yankee fans are gonna make fun of me but some might and some might not matt harvey would ward mad harvey coming back to new york city and playing for the team that he grew up rooting for and don't forget he went to jeeter's last game much to the chagrin of metropolitan vans george w yankee stadium for jeeter's last home game last game before retiring he would love to be a yankee and of course board a yankee fan welcome him back after knowing what they know and what they knew for matt harvey when he was there the dark knight turning into the dark cloud and booed out of town for a backup catcher the cincinnati reds now the reds they have talked to washington about matt harvey and will the cincinnati reds talk to brian cashman and new york yankees about matt are my friend isn't going to like it i don't care stable condition go ahead and shoot all right if you do not let us have this table i'm going in and tell my friend this is a terrible thing for matt harvey going to cincinnati's awful for him but a lot of these guys are white to stop and say better they've been around long enough must be nice blessings on your side put so much pressure on the success i've had former to failures just added up nicely it was very hard so i think having having a new start kickstart my washington.

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"madurai" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"madurai" Discussed on KGO 810

"Show on oh eight ten all right the amazing award winning work no serious nikki madurai was proved her salt here in the last few minutes reading a story that is at the bottom of this horrible tragedy the shooting that killed five people in annapolis this was not an attack orchestrated by the language of donald trump this was not that all right so let's get some phone calls in here eight oh eight oh eight one oh bob constantini is with us here bob obviously bob is again westwood one reporter who is at the scene this whole thing is beginning to unfold and and we're beginning to understand that this was somebody that it was fascinated by a woman and yeah yeah and it's it's it's unfolding in a totally different direction i think a lot of their earlier speculation well it's hard to say because the police chief of police chief and all i can speak to is the official sort of the official line chip but the acting police chief here i indicated that the newspaper office or the newspaper itself may have received a sweat yesterday morning that was specific to the newspaper and that the shooting itself which which would indicate if you put that tie that into what happened today obviously the shooting directed at the newspaper meant that this particular newspaper was targeted for a reason we do not still do not have the name officially of the shooter he's described as a white male in his late thirties by the acting police chief you're an animal no county also few other things that have been put to rest he said at the news conference a short time ago that what was believed to be some sort of crude explosive device was actually some smoke bomb canisters that had been at work set off or he wanted to set off your teams during the shooting and the other thing is that this rumor about burning fingerprints or you know destroying fingerprints he said that was the first seat ever heard of it so and and using facial recognition to recognize the suspect was the first thing he said he he is he is he's an anna rondo deputy chief so i mean it's possible the fbi add resources that they weren't aware of you know so what are you still at the scene right now yes the media of some of the media of course are breaking down because we're not supposed to have another briefing year until tomorrow the police chief the county police chief said the name would be released soon but we don't know if that means later today in some kind of news release war on social media news release or if that means it's going to be till tomorrow there was to be some confusion at the end of the news conference among those of us who media about what exactly meant well i know it's been a long day for all you guys in it so you know we have we've talked to brian karen mcginn who was a white house pool reporter at some friends there and i it's just it's you know it's heartbreaking and especially for journalists know bryan bryan united's killer is just you know i don't i don't know i just for the family and the people there and the the there's a lot of different avenues to this story and we will pursue them throughout this evening thank you so much for your time i really appreciate it i know it's dealing with a lot of different media thank you thank you so we so one of one of the things about this story that so she's been doing some different research in this is what always happens in the field we in the field and bob also is going to deal only with the official statement from police and this was always going to happen once the police give a bunch of details out there then the reporters are going to go back they're going to figure out what can action does anyone have that may have been criticizing the capital that here's what probably happened is the.

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Venezuela election: Fourteen ambassadors recalled after Maduro win

Letters and Politics

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Venezuela election: Fourteen ambassadors recalled after Maduro win

"For iran are very tough for iran basically calling for iran to change this general character not just behavior everything it's like asking you run to surrender the syrian army says it now has complete control of damascus and all the areas around it for the first time since two thousand twelve progovernment forces have entered yarmouk which was once home to some one hundred fifty thousand palestinian refugees and a neighboring district sebastian asha reports more than seven years into the war the syrian president bashar al assad appears finally have secured all the areas surrounding the capital damascus the last holdout was to the south where i s fighters were the only remnants of what had once been a major challenge to the syrian leader they left in buses this morning taking them east the price of victory as almost everywhere in syria has been high in death destruction and displacement in damascus residents will breathe a sigh of relief but further south and to the north in it lib hundreds of thousands of people in rebel held areas will be fearful but pro government forces will come for them next fourteen countries in the americas have recalled their ambassadors from venezuela in protest at sunday's election which gave a landslide victory to president maduro the lima group of state said the vote failed to conform to international standards for a free fair and transparent democratic process venezuela's neighbor brazil's at the voted only reinforced the tarian character of the madurai regime a us republican congressman francis rooney outlined the actions he believed the us could take doubt bring about change if we could start locking up a few people if we caught em in extraditable situation and i think that we need to continue to hut bank accounts around the world of madero and his cronies and wrap them up on that put all the pressure we can on the individuals who are running the corrupt government that might encourage the army takes some action official results from the referendum in burundi show that people voted overwhelmingly for constitutional reforms that could ally president pierre and quran caesar to stay.

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United Arab Emirates has joined Saudi Arabia in agreeing to release Ethiopian prisoners from its jails

BBC World Service

02:02 min | 2 years ago

United Arab Emirates has joined Saudi Arabia in agreeing to release Ethiopian prisoners from its jails

"Event in sarajevo as mr edwin mobilizes potential voters ahead of snap presidential and parliamentary polls in june then as waylon will head to the polls in a few hours for a presidential election that the incumbent socialist president nicolas maduro is widely expected to win the election has been condemned by venezuela's neighbors as illegitimate katie watson reports from caracas there's not much enthusiasm for these elections among most venezuelans the vote was supposed to be held in december but when mr madurai brought the date forward digital notice his critics accused him of behaving like a dictator and disrespecting the democratic process with many opposition leaders in jail in exile banned from running the main parties decided to boycott the vote but henry falcon his second in the polls broke with the opposition to run as a candidate believing that voting's the only way to bring about change us wildlife officers shot dead cougar that killed a cyclist and injured another in washington state the police say their agents use tracker dogs to locate the big cat the two cyclists have been riding north bend when the attack occurred bbc news ethiopian officials say the united arab emirates has joined saudi arabia in agreeing to release ethiopian prisoners from its jails the chief of staff of the ezio paean prime minister abby akhmed said on sunday that they were still waiting on the specifics including numbers he added that six hundred ninety of the one thousand prisoners released by saudi arabia had already been repatriated many of them had been detained for staying in the country illegally the qatar played by bob dylan during his controversial nineteen sixty six going electric tour has sold at auction in new york city for half a million dollars the fender telecaster is associated with the singers transition from folk music to electric rock keith adams has the details the moment the bob dylan concert.

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"madurai" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"madurai" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And now i have to say i have an emotional support animal the thing the things at the door every every day i come home from work and the fact is never been a penalty before i really never experienced that and even though it's just a cat the cat is at the door and when i come through i've got you know doubled when i get in the garage i there's a you know a door into the laundry room and then madurai outside the double doors well as you know i can be in the garage and i'll sit there and say are you there through two doors and every single day i gotta pick them up i gotta hauge and i'll say look at me and he turns around and looks right at me said okay we need to make a connection here i'm talking to the dan cat me right and i thought about that and i and it was funny because i had a new heating and air conditioning system put in so middle he was under the bed all day he trusts me he'll do anything with me but anybody else comes in he's absolutely paranoid absolutely perfect do the whole day and then he went to sleep and still under the bed so probably a good sixteen hours about him being around and i went i miss my cat which blew me away because that's not me anybody so i was when i saw this article i went well the aren't they all emotional support animals in a way that's kind of you know you want the the the pet for companionship i mean that's at which is that's emotional sport.

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"madurai" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"madurai" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And yes flagship station wbap you're on before him i was on after f l let's sure when we're dna that serve as royal air yeah and and he's just and i got the savar igov interests are times yeah we interviewed fun yeah good guy good guy great guy but i don't know how he retains that information i have no idea how that works at end and that's the thing too when i and i've i've got quite a few friends that are a you know sports in bro radio talk show hosts an at times i'll be listening to them and they'll start talking about the drug raft in on all the thirty two teams and all the potential people that are out there who they could draft what's going on in the eighth round of the seventh round and where this guy played football in the fact that he played college here and he played high school and i'm thinking to myself how do they keep all that in their head and it's funny because we get you know the emails while politics saying we how you guys do it in sight will you know it's over a period of time you madurai long time you just sort of acquire the information there's nothing genius about it but in sports as much as i love sports i would find getting into all those specific details and that knowledge just two tedious to do every day because even though i love sports i love watching it ain't allies unit to that particular point i can hear somebody talk about ago that's really interesting i just could do the research on it i would just wanted to tedious for myself yeah i mean it's it it honestly is about you know of course with the draft building that team them right looking tech analyzing any of those players that might be drafted to that team and and everything else but when you were talking about that when you mentioned that i've wondered i started wondering if is the is the die hard sports fans will always be there but his that based shrinking because i don't think that the erosion of the ratings with a with football is necessarily do just to the protests and koponen on i i.

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"madurai" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"madurai" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Shared values such as democracy freedom and human rights has for doing something from from the muslim elements time to sanctions are or not what's important that there be if you're international ma who will look should have putting pressure on madurai so so that political prisoners were freed in a democracy is restored because this lack of democracy and the attack against human rights and freedoms with you are going to come in conjunction with the economic but if the terrible economic situation with a three hundred percent inflation rate problem supplying foods on medicines to people look tragic situation got pink animal fat the we have alot united states in space have beginning with a responsibility towards venezuela expanding and i'm worried about them about them and the rest can i certainly where you me so i think that the international community bunions have you should be forceful with request to venezuela spanish prime minister mariano rajoy in the white house rose garden gatt has when as having thank you from admittedly clothing catalonia i have a question for each day for president trump when he can with the experienced political crisis in spain because of a referendum on sunday what solution he clearance have you given advice to president trump on this matter ganic think there should be a dialogue between the food generally government to find to solution a now question for up to roughly it seems that what you're doing in catalonia the we are managing other things in catalonia as having an impact on the budget and i'd also like to know whether he thinks that the situation with the pnv party can be resolved or do you think that they will you will have to call early elections thank you very much well.

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"madurai" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"madurai" Discussed on WCTC

"The he's appointed madurai whose of the president nicolas madore has appointed this uh the assembly that has extra constitutional powers that is now they've announced the other day they're going to rewrite their constitution and take full control over the government the bishops there had been theory outspoken on the hugh when rights that are at stake the democracy that's crumbling and you make the point your piece weir's pope francis why haven't we heard from this tough talking straighttalking not afraid to insult anyone pulled wh when it when it serves as ns yeah i don't know it's a good question um especially since he's the first latin american pope so he venezuela's should not be that alien tam it's on his own continent i mean you think of john paul did on his own continent he's a over union uh so it's very disappointing i'd say the bishops are down there have been incredibly courageous and the priest i mean wall we do you know whenever i write about a pre fair someone sale look at those type of files martina could be kinda nasty things down there are a lot of these guys are being really heroic and they're now getting much backing from the world i think the uh the trump administration just put some sanctions on on uh the leaders and food in venezuela but did not getting the attention which really not getting the attention if the foreign influence there is especially cuba you know cuban generals down there um my colleague marian grady who writes are america's column on monday has been covering this heroically for years almost alone uh what they're doing and so forth down there so it's just a very sad situation you know the the pope is talked about you know he's not shy when it's yankees or um or donald trump he's not shy about thing donald trump is not christian well what does mr dur o downing in venezuela he talks about an economy that kills i mean venezuela youth to me the richest country in latin american now people are picking through garbage can doesn't that qualify for an economy that kills on today that donald trump was inaugurated he issued a warning about populism leading.

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"madurai" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"madurai" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The bloomberg business flash hassan to kill half with more on what's going on around the world thank you nail saudi arabia's king salman has overhauled the country's security agencies stripping the interior ministry of key powers a homeland security agency has now been created that will be linked to the office of the prime minister a title the king also holds the move comes a month after his son became crown prince is part of a major palace shakeup cancer claims the cyber attack that triggered the gulf diplomatic crisis came from or directly benefits the united arab emirates the washington post reported last weekend that the uae was behind the hacking and have a false story to justify the crisis at least three people are dead after violence broke out in venezuela made a general strike that has paralysed the country opposition lawmakers are continuing the strike hits beta asked president madurai and despite breaks it causing concerns about the rights of eu workers to remain in the uk lithuanians still flocking to britain new data show outlays of the country's wagons to prison accelerated in 2016 even after genes reference global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts said more than one hundred twenty countries i'm sorry to kill off this is bloomberg marcus thanks on drug now the ecb has kept policy unchanged and communicated that it will soon take steps towards ending its stimulus program that maier jockey was careful to avoid delivering an overly halkis message that would tighten financial conditions he said that the central bank is not yet when it comes to inflation and more discussion on dialing down its stimulus will likely have to wait until the autumn we only have to wait for wages and prices to full course to our objective to move towards our objective the last thing the governing council may want is actually in on long to tightening of the financing conditions that either slows down this process or may even joe product oh okay waiting for wages and prices though was ecb president mario draghi still with us down the line ken vex lead director at accu men management so can mario draghi had a difficult balancing act in this press conference he of course wanted to avoid a.

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"madurai" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"madurai" Discussed on WGTK

"The madurai regime is as your indicating more and more desperate more and more radical less and less respectful of any normal standards of decency or civility or restraint who in the world stage is supporting them who were their main allies right now and the the the world at large while primarily cuba um how wonderful even route the cuban regime of the big supporter of hugo chavez and hugo chavez would be a significant worked with financial support for the uh the beleaguered regime in havana on any evidence of course in castro on chavez are together and heaven or silas were of course uh a better pair you could not fight right but yet at the roque galleries of of of rogue nation in uh that are not aligned with western interests russia to a lesser extent china and to an even lesser extent padilla's important accent iran yeah that's what i have heard is that iran was involved in supporting venezuela which it makes you think that this is like batman villains sort of allying and i'd like iran now that they've taken care of everything in the middle east ends a total garden spot and everything is going so well with their clients in syria that uh they want to involve themselves here at at now you also mentioned the fact that the president santos of columbia won the nobel prize ride for brokering peace with a farc rebels so here is this longest running and very bloody civil a war that's finally settled and then right across the border you're talking about disaster as i understand it the standard of living has crashed for the average person in venezuela is that right yeah the the the hardship endorsed by the average fan of fallon is really remarkable before the violence erupted the worst violence has 24 in but there have been violent for for quite some time um the story's out of antiquated were about deprivation or about people standing in line for hours and able to get toilet paper food where suddenly the current at a wide open wave of deportations of the.

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