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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"DC servicemen. I read it may lead to additional charges collections activity including legal action babysitting news. Hello I'M JERRY. Smit the US and the Taliban are about to sign a historic deal? Which could see. All American troops withdraw from Afghanistan in the next fourteen months provided the militants uphold their commitments. As part of the accord the Taliban have promised to prevent Afghanistan from again becoming a haven for extremist groups correspondent. Lise Dusett is in Kabul. History is being made here in Doha. Taliban leaders and senior U S officials are sharing the same stage. This is not a peace deal but is a significant step forward despite uncertainty and scepticism over where it will lead the Taliban say. They've changed since their harsh root of the one thousand nine hundred ninety s and Afghans are daring to hope. This is a chance to move towards peace not the continuation of a war which for them has lasted more than four decades. South Korean authorities have warned. The country faces a critical moment in its battle against the corona virus outbreak health officials. In the worst hit city dega predict a large number of additional infections. South Korea. Now has three thousand one hundred and fifty cases. Laura Bicker is in sold. Doctors INDIGO. See The are overwhelmed by the number of patients coming forward to be treated there urging those with mild symptoms no to stay at home over a thousand patients are currently in quarantine in the area asking for hospital beds and now doctors are saying look. It's time that we treat the most critical of cases Turkey's President Reggie of time. Ed One says his arms President Putin of Russia to give Turkish troops a free hand to do with Syrian Forces Inlet province Mr Edwin. Also said he'd opened the door for refugees to travel to Europe from tacky one of the most senior officials in the British government. Philip Ratnam has resigned from his post as the Permanent Secretary of the Home Office following what he claims was vicious and orchestrated campaign against him in an emotional televised statement. So Phillips said there had been tension between himself and the Home Secretary Pretty Patel. He said he believed this was part of a wider pattern of behavior. One of my duties as permanent secretary was to protect the health safety and wellbeing of our thirty five thousand people. This created tension with the Home Secretary and I have encouraged her to change her behaviors. I have received allegations that her conduct has included shouting and swearing belittling people making unreasonable and repeated demands behavior that created fear are needed some bravery to call out. Pretty Patel has previously denied allegations of mistreating officials news from the BBC. Thousands of Russians are demonstrating Moscow and other Russian cities to mark the fifth anniversary of the killing of the leading opposition politician. Boris Nemtsov Mr. Nemtsov was shot. Dead on a bridge. Near the Kremlin. He openly criticized President Putin and Russia's involvement in eastern Ukraine and its annexation of Crimea. Bought demonstrators are demanding that whoever ordered the killing the brought to justice. The former Malaysian prime minister Mahachi Muhammad appears to have lost a power struggle after an announcement from the Royal Palace that the king had chosen the former Interior Minister Mahia denia seen to be his successor. He'll be sworn in on Sunday. The authorities in northeast India have imposed a curfew inch along the capital of Meghalaya state following clashes over the controversial citizenship law. At least one person was killed and several injured in the violence on Friday between groups for and against the Law Guinea-bissau former governing party has appointed an interim president. Cipriano CASSANDRA and sworn in prime minister despite losing last year's presidential poll that Paigc went to the Supreme Court to demand the result overturned. Here's Mary Harper Guinea-bissau now has to president sent to prime ministers the opposition leader Morosi soccer. Embalo who won more than fifty percent of the vote in this. He's the rightful head of state. On Thursday he swore himself in as president luxury hotel the PAIGC which has dominated politics since independence from Portugal. In one thousand nine hundred ninety four is having none of it it's appointed its own manned. Cipriano CUSTOMER AS PRESIDENT. Guinea-bissau is highly unstable. It's had nine coups or attempted coups since nineteen eighty is also a key trafficking point for drugs from South America on their way to Europe. And that's the BBC news so you've decided to go to college pop quiz which is a better way to earn your degree. Community you to college and fill your guest and get stuck in traffic driving bad weather. Try to find a parking space walk. Half-mile the class or learn.

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on KQED Radio

"China has sentenced to prominent civil rights lawyer to four and a half years in prison for subverting state power NPR's, rob Schmitz has more one twin John defended political activists victims of land, seizures and members of the band religious group following go off from his office in Beijing, then in July of two thousand fifteen one was among the two hundred and fifty or so lawyers and activists detained in a widespread crackdown on rights lawyers Wong's case stands out for the length of time. He's been kept incommunicado three and a half years prompting a UN rights group to call in Beijing to release him NPR's, rob Schmitz, the opposition leader in Venezuela has declared himself. Interim president is calling for new marches this week one Guido wants demonstrators to demand that Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, set new elections, the US has recognized by DOE is Venezuela's legitimate leader. You're listening to NPR. Rescue teams in southeastern Brazil are carefully walking through mud looking for any survivors from a dam collapse at a mine Friday afternoon, at least fifty eight people are dead, and as many as three hundred others are missing authorities say they've drained water from behind a second nearby. Damn they say it now poses less of a danger. The international Paralympic committee has stripped Malaysia of a major swimming event this year, the IPC is now looking for a new host for the world para swimming championships, this after Malaysia would not change its decision to ban Isreaeli swimmers with disabilities from the event NPR's, Tom Goldman reports international Paralympic committee, president Andrew Parsons says the IPC is stripping the event for Malaysia because the Paralympic movement supports inclusion not exclusion the world championship in July is a qualifier for the twenty twenty Paralympics. In Tokyo, the IPC says Malaysia assured the Paralympic committee in two thousand seventeen. All eligible athletes could compete safely at the event. But last year Mahachi Muhammad became prime minister and said Israel would be banned because of Israel's treatment of Palestinians. Critics say monitors stance would be more credible. If he didn't have a long history of making anti-semitic statements. The IPC says it wants potential new hosts to make their interest known by February eleventh tumbled NPR news officials in Virginia say they've captured a man suspected of killing his parents and three other people including a woman he was dating Dakota -tario is accused of slaying five people in Louisiana, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from visiting angels, professional caregivers assisting adults in bathing, dressing, meals, and light housework nationwide. Visiting angels, America's choice in senior home care office. Locations are at visiting angels dot com and the corporation for public broadcasting. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. How does the debate over border security look from the border that debate hardly ended when President Trump gave up on Friday and agreed to end a partial government shutdown the agreement with lawmakers allows three weeks to develop a border security plan that Republicans and Democrats can agree on though, the shutdown was a political disaster for the president his acting chief of staff. Mick Mulvaney, told CBS he is ready to do it again. Yeah. I think he actually is keep in mind. He's willing to do whatever it takes to secure the border. He does take this very seriously. This is a serious humanitarian and security crisis and as president of the United States, he takes the security the nation has is highest priority. That is one view from Washington DC de Margaux has of you from El Paso, Texas, which sits right along the US border with Mexico. He is the Republican mayor of that City New on the line mayor good morning. Good morning. What you just described for people who haven't been there. El paso's relationship to the border. What it's like, well, we're the largest US city on the Mexican border. Where can we say, we're the nexus of three states New Mexico, Mexico in Texas, two countries in one region that comprises over two and a half million people? And I guess if we look down on El Paso, there's a river. It's like I'll pass and Boras Mexico or one big city with a river running through it and that river is the border, right? You can't tell the difference between and when you stand at the top one of our backdoor buildings and looks out, except of course, that there is some fence along that river channel, you do have a lot of fencing in El Paso, does it work it works. Yes. As a matter of fact, we're rated the safest city of of over four five hundred thousand in the United States. But this this particular fence that's after for that nomenclature to then. Into a wall. There's this fence was done under the presidency of George W Bush was built in two thousand eight and it's works to stop more of a criminal elements in anything else we had a number of auto thefts and things of that nature and that gone down to almost zero or Neil. Does function when it when it works should function. Although I wonder if it really addresses the problems that the president worries about when he talks about walls. I'm thinking about drugs, for example, the president talks about them a lot. We're told that most drug traffic comes through legal ports of entry at smuggled through is that your understanding of what happens in El Paso. If you have a drug problem mostly comes through a legal port of entry. It goes through your very safe city and ends up somewhere else in America. That's what we understand. Yes. That is correct. I mean, we're though second largest Lamport with Mexico. We have thirteen thousand pedestrians legal pedestrians across north every day and twenty one million plus private passenger vehicles on an annual basis. We we're we've been one community one culture for four hundred years. So if it were up to you to identify the most serious problem along the United States border. Would it be? Wow, we need more walls. Well, we we are a sovereign nation. We need to control our borders. My frustration with the listening to all the pundits in the on. The national media is that they keep talking about winners and losers over the shutdown. And I don't think there were any winners whatsoever. But what I haven't heard. I'm I I spent thirty five years as a CEO what I haven't heard is the homeland security say what they want for border security. I hear our political leaders are elected leaders make comments. But I haven't heard what what they think we ought to have Texas from a geographical standpoint you can't put a fence from one end of Texas down from El Paso to Branston. Geographically, not were. Work. So what what do you do there's technology? They're all. But I haven't heard. A presentation under the auspices of homeland security to tell us exactly what they need. It sounds like the combination is going to be maybe some barriers in places, but probably also border security, people technology. It'd be a mix of things do you think also judges would be part of that increasing the number of immigration judges. So that people who cross and stopped can be their cases can be adjudicated. Absolutely. But the biggest problem we've got is is the whole immigration system to begin with. I mean, it hasn't been addressed for thirty years. There's been a lack of intestinal fortitude on both sides of the aisle, and it's time for them to step up and do something about it. Anybody that comes in to the border and claims credible issues related to security harm credible? They're they're claiming credible harm their under our laws are able to to assume asylum. My biggest issues is is some of that. I mean, we if you do shutdown you we've got over thirteen thousand not counting the. Military which wasn't involved in this. But we've got over thirteen thousand federal civilian and other employees here, and that that's pretty critical our food banks were having were depleted. We have all kinds of issues, but I'm also dealing with migrants coming north every day yesterday. We get that every day yesterday. We had two hundred ninety thirty two hundred and fifty Friday we had four hundred and twenty and that's what you have coming forth, and they're here from twenty four to forty eight hours typically could be as long as ninety six hours, but we have an NGO the Annunciation house, which does a great job and processes them with twenty shelters and send them on their way. And you had also these practical problems of dealing with that when some of the government people were unpaid or furloughed in just a sentence has our debate over this issue been almost irrelevant given given what you say is really important. Well, it's it's Larry too. I mean, if it prompts and pride and gets people to step up and do what they ought to be doing. I mean. This whole this whole issue for the last several weeks. All it does is say to me why we need term limits de Margaux. Thanks so much. Really? Appreciate it. You betcha. He's a Republican mayor of El Paso immigration. Will surely be an issue in the twenty twenty presidential election. The most recent democrat to enter the race is also the one capturing the most attention at least in this moment. California's Senator Harris stern estimated twenty thousand people to her kickoff rally in Oakland yesterday. NPR's Scott detro- was there..

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Abraham is back in the front line of Malaysian politics of victory in a district dialect and opened the way to him becoming prime minister Anwar leads the largest group in the ruling coalition and has been inaugurated in parliament. He's now set to succeed Mahachi. Muhammad is planning minister in the next year old team investigators are trying to establish Wyan hunting in the French Alps shot and killed a British mountain biker the death of thirty four year old Mark Sutton, originally from comfortably in Wales is being treated as aggravated manslaughter. A local prosecutor says is colored helmets. Invite means he could not be confused for gain and the to conduct solve Celtics have arrived in Sydney at the store of they sixteen day two of. Australia and the South Pacific, Harry and Meghan all making their first major international Trump since they were married in may apart from Australia. They will also take in Fiji Tonga and New Zealand global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron talk on Twitter foul by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol, the one hundred twenty countries. I'm the guarantee this is Bloomberg. Matt. Lianne? Thanks very much for that. Now, let's get to an exclusive for Bloomberg. The Bank of Japan's governor says a change in its inflation. Target rate will signal the start of an exit. Bloomberg's Kathleen Hayes spoke to her Higa crowed on the sidelines of the IMF World Bank annual meeting in Bali about policy tweaks to the ten year. GB many characterize the move in July as stealth tapering. Miscommunication. The maybe the market people. No. Exactly what we have been doing. So. Amount. It's certainly have been with recreation Ukraine from eighteen to forty three. Alone. Zoo percent. Interest rate. Is operating so among visit purchase necessary to. Target. Zero percent amount. Is not anymore. So. Is one point second is the. We didn't intend to may could be ten year. Right. Exactly. With some frustration. But some has been successfully reduced. By market. So we pulled them Nonni. The soul. Could be. Much wider depending on circumstances. But at the same time we stick through the market purchases me waiting for when you're actually Sunday ready to exit. What's the signal be what kind of thing change in interest rate? It can't be changing bond purchase. I think the amount of the purchase. No more. Okay. So it's only. So. Minus three point one percent on. It held by. Okay. Which is now. Right. Control is the main to all current monetary heating. So when we discuss. Exiting from the current exceedingly. Extremely. When. Close event, we can change the target. Eighteen. Interest rate. But this woman in phase of one percents, we continue the current the current liberal interest. Correctly. Obviously the bond purchases that's not gonna be a signal that we're keeping around zero. So the change if there is a definite change signals. This would be an actual change in interest rate electric. Okay. Okay. So all other sales easy. As we continue to keep around zero percents JCP interested. So now, we know that if you're looking for a change in J GB interest rate policy, you'll know because interest rates will change straight ahead on daybreak Europe. The stories you need to start your morning as we take a closer look at daybreak newsletter. Was Sharon Chan she's going to join us to talk about all of the news this morning, and there is a ton of it folks.

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Changed the world. We meet the former child refugees swapping fast fashion for fashion, activism, plus lily, Kohl's groundbreaking outfits. I was campaigning around with the use of wild rivers material that would help protect the rainforests I asked if she'd be interested in collaboration with rapper and she designed this really beautiful dress sold on the couch will frontline after the latest BBC news. BBC news with Jerry Smith. The UN Sankara journal says the truth must be established about the disappearance of the dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi of the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Antonio Gutierrez said incidents of this kind were becoming the new normal. Saudi Arabia has described as lies allegations that it was responsible. Washington has urged Ankara to quickly free other Americans imprisoned in Turkey after the release on Friday of the evangelical pastor, Andrew Bronson. He's meeting President Trump later today. Voting is underway in a key by-election in Malaysia. That is expected to see the return of Malaysia is former deputy, prime minister and opposition leader to an active role in politics. Abraham needs an emphatic victory to boost his chances of succeeding, his former rival Mahachi Muhammad as prime minister. Officials in the poll say at least eight climbers five South Koreans and three Napoleon guides have died after a storm hit a camp on a Himalayan peak in the west of the country their camp at mount Goja was completely destroyed. At least eighteen people have been killed by flooding and landslides in Indonesia's, North Sumatra province. Rescue officials said twenty four small villages were affected by heavy rain, which have been lashing the area since Wednesday. Australia's prime minister says he'll change the law to bar independent religious schools from expelling students based on their sexuality earlier this week. Scott Morrison appeared to defend elite government proposal, the would have guaranteed the right of religious schools in Australia to turn away gay students and teachers. Police in the US city of Detroit have opened an investigation after the badly. Decomposed bodies of eleven infants were found in a false ceiling at a former funeral home. A search of the building resorted of the police received an anonymous tip off giving them the exact whereabouts of the bodies BBC news. Changing our wardrobes change, the world sustainability can be really beautiful and sexy and ascetic. He good by no means the ugly option. Hello. I'm Jay Haley and misses the program explores the world livid through the work on the voices of artists. Welcome to the cultural.

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the inquiry, after the news Hello, I'm Jerry Smith with the BBC news the former Pakistani. Cricketer, Imran Khan is moving closer to becoming prime minister but opposition parties have alleged major vote-rigging in the, election, alleging Parkinson's powerful military favored mister. Khan early results indicate that Imran Khan's party is on course to become the. Single largest in parliament from Islamabad Sikander Kamani counting the votes is still ongoing the looks increasingly likely his party will win more seats in parliament than anyone else though it will still be short of an overall majority. However the PM party which, has been in power for the past five years has rejected the results leadership Bosh we've condemned what he called rigging he said he'll be. Using all political and legal means to challenge the result Mr.. Khan has promised to quit in new Pakistan and is seen by many voters is a break from the. Dynastic politics that is dominated the country for decades the The Japanese Justice ministry, has confirmed, that six more members of. The Machinery Co. count have been executed they were the last members of the group on death row earlier this month the cult's leader Shoko Asahara and. Six other members were hanged the group carried out an attack on the Tokyo subway, in one thousand nine hundred five with the nerve gas. Sarin, killing thirteen people and injuring thousands more the man had been on death row since they conviction in, two, thousand and four Japan's Justice minister. Yoko can make our says the group's actions were cruel and senseless on your. Date the pain and sadness inflicted by these crimes onto the victims the victims families and those who survived had to live with disabilities and their families defies the. Imagination The search is intensifying in Greece to find, at least forty people still unaccounted for following devastating wildfires. Around Athens neighboring Balkan nations and fellow EU states have been, assisting the operation, and many other countries have offered their health at least eighty one people have died A surprise merger announced. In Australia will create a media giants, that. Includes television online video streaming print and digital journalism the nine television network is to buy out, Fairfax newspapers which includes the Sydney Morning Herald and the age in Melbourne critics of the change Saito threatened the Fairfax's groups one hundred eighty year. Record of quality journalism The Australian Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says is positive move. This will make both businesses by the Fairfax. Business, on the Nine Network business stronger as. A result. It's a very competitive media environment as we all now rapidly changing with much, more competition than there was. Ten let alone twenty years ago and so that's why, the industry needs a in companies need to be able to. Consolidate and I think Mike for a stronger business. Overall you're listening to news from the BBC A small explosion has occurred outside the US embassy in, Beijing Chinese police say a. Man from the Chinese northern region of Inner Mongolia sent off a foul account of the. Embassy injuring only his hand the blast blanketed. The, streets around the embassy in white smoke Republicans in the US have begun a Bill to try to remove the country's deputy attorney general from his, post rod Rosenstein is overseeing the special counsel. Investigation into allegations of Russian interference in America's twenty sixteen presidential election from Washington Chris bond cler reports a group of almost a dozen Republican members of the house of, representatives filed the articles of impeachment. Against, rod Rosenstein accusing him of not cooperating with. Congressional inquiries the US deputy attorney general has, been consistently attacked by allies of President Trump ever since he appointed Robert Mueller lead. Special council investigation into allegations of interference and collusion and the two thousand sixteen election however the. Motion is unlikely to ever reach vote and even if all. Republicans were, to agree they wouldn't have the numbers in the Senate to, remove Mr. Rosenstein from his post the Malaysian sovereign wealth fund Khazanah, has confirmed the resignation of all nine of its board members Apparently to enable the recently elected, government to determine a new leadership structure the move follows criticism from the prime minister. Mahachi Muhammad who alleged that the funds have been used by the previous government to reward politicians The BBC is to seek leave to appeal last week's high court. Judgement in favor of the British pop singer Cliff Richard and against the BBC the court ruled that the BBC's extensive, live coverage of a police raid on secluded home for years ago infringed his right. To privacy no charges were brought against the singer for the BBC argues that there's a significant principle of press freedom had steak BBC news You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me Helena merriment each week one question for expert witnesses, and announcer Early morning in Ethiopia Addison.

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Explosion Outside U.S. Embassy in China Only Injures Suspect

BBC World Service

05:22 min | 2 years ago

Explosion Outside U.S. Embassy in China Only Injures Suspect

"In the inquiry, after the news Hello, I'm Jerry Smith with the BBC news the former Pakistani. Cricketer, Imran Khan is moving closer to becoming prime minister but opposition parties have alleged major vote-rigging in the, election, alleging Parkinson's powerful military favored mister. Khan early results indicate that Imran Khan's party is on course to become the. Single largest in parliament from Islamabad Sikander Kamani counting the votes is still ongoing the looks increasingly likely his party will win more seats in parliament than anyone else though it will still be short of an overall majority. However the PM party which, has been in power for the past five years has rejected the results leadership Bosh we've condemned what he called rigging he said he'll be. Using all political and legal means to challenge the result Mr.. Khan has promised to quit in new Pakistan and is seen by many voters is a break from the. Dynastic politics that is dominated the country for decades the The Japanese Justice ministry, has confirmed, that six more members of. The Machinery Co. count have been executed they were the last members of the group on death row earlier this month the cult's leader Shoko Asahara and. Six other members were hanged the group carried out an attack on the Tokyo subway, in one thousand nine hundred five with the nerve gas. Sarin, killing thirteen people and injuring thousands more the man had been on death row since they conviction in, two, thousand and four Japan's Justice minister. Yoko can make our says the group's actions were cruel and senseless on your. Date the pain and sadness inflicted by these crimes onto the victims the victims families and those who survived had to live with disabilities and their families defies the. Imagination The search is intensifying in Greece to find, at least forty people still unaccounted for following devastating wildfires. Around Athens neighboring Balkan nations and fellow EU states have been, assisting the operation, and many other countries have offered their health at least eighty one people have died A surprise merger announced. In Australia will create a media giants, that. Includes television online video streaming print and digital journalism the nine television network is to buy out, Fairfax newspapers which includes the Sydney Morning Herald and the age in Melbourne critics of the change Saito threatened the Fairfax's groups one hundred eighty year. Record of quality journalism The Australian Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says is positive move. This will make both businesses by the Fairfax. Business, on the Nine Network business stronger as. A result. It's a very competitive media environment as we all now rapidly changing with much, more competition than there was. Ten let alone twenty years ago and so that's why, the industry needs a in companies need to be able to. Consolidate and I think Mike for a stronger business. Overall you're listening to news from the BBC A small explosion has occurred outside the US embassy in, Beijing Chinese police say a. Man from the Chinese northern region of Inner Mongolia sent off a foul account of the. Embassy injuring only his hand the blast blanketed. The, streets around the embassy in white smoke Republicans in the US have begun a Bill to try to remove the country's deputy attorney general from his, post rod Rosenstein is overseeing the special counsel. Investigation into allegations of Russian interference in America's twenty sixteen presidential election from Washington Chris bond cler reports a group of almost a dozen Republican members of the house of, representatives filed the articles of impeachment. Against, rod Rosenstein accusing him of not cooperating with. Congressional inquiries the US deputy attorney general has, been consistently attacked by allies of President Trump ever since he appointed Robert Mueller lead. Special council investigation into allegations of interference and collusion and the two thousand sixteen election however the. Motion is unlikely to ever reach vote and even if all. Republicans were, to agree they wouldn't have the numbers in the Senate to, remove Mr. Rosenstein from his post the Malaysian sovereign wealth fund Khazanah, has confirmed the resignation of all nine of its board members Apparently to enable the recently elected, government to determine a new leadership structure the move follows criticism from the prime minister. Mahachi Muhammad who alleged that the funds have been used by the previous government to reward politicians The BBC is to seek leave to appeal last week's high court. Judgement in favor of the British pop singer Cliff Richard and against the BBC the court ruled that the BBC's extensive, live coverage of a police raid on secluded home for years ago infringed his right. To privacy no charges were brought against the singer for the BBC argues that there's a significant principle of press freedom had steak BBC news You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me Helena merriment each week one question for expert witnesses, and announcer Early morning in Ethiopia Addison.

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"World service i'm ed butler and today on business daily antimicrobial resistance is our theme the un calls it a fundamental global threat killing up to a million of us every year but most of us have never heard of it what can we do to stop it our efforts to curb over prescription of drugs to develop new ones an arms race but we're losing off to the news bbc news for jerry smith american literature has lost one of its towering figures with the death of the prolific novelist philip roth he was eightyfive roth wrote about the human condition disillusionment with the american dream and the place of the middle class jew in modern america the pulitzer prize for fiction was among his many accolades a court in the southern indian state of tamil nadu has halted the expansion of the copa factory a day after eleven people were shot dead during protests against the plant the court ordered sterlite industries owned by the british base for danta resources to seek public consultation before expanding the unit the government in north korea has agreed to let in a team of south korean journalists to watch the dismantling of its nuclear test site at pungo we pyongyang had earlier refused them visas the former south korean president lee myung bag has gone on trial on corruption charges for securities accused mr lee of bribery embezzlement and abuse of power his dismissed evidence against him fabrications malaysia's new prime minister mahachi muhammad has said he will cut the salaries of cabinet ministers by ten percent to reduce the national debt is also going to review commitments made by his predecessor including a highspeed rail link between kuala lumpur and singapore the french foreign minister has warned that the us decision to impose more sanctions on tehran wrist further destabilizing the middle east joan three oh said the move rather than foster dialogue would strengthen iran's conservatives and weaken president hasani who wanted to negotiate there's been more than tenfold rise in the number of british nationals applying to become german since the brexit vote in two thousand sixteen germany's national statistics office said the increase was linked to britain's impending departure from the european union bbc news hello i'm ed butler and welcome to business daily from the bbc.

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Reviews in egypt now you cannot imagine my books i have seventy books fiction and nonfiction the almost in every home in all countries they are there and read by young people the young people come and tell me now while you've changed my life by your work so that's enough for me even when they were banned there were they were smuggled to saudi arabia that stocks in the wireless saadawi on hardtalk after the news hello i'm jerry smith with the bbc news american literature has lost one of its towering figures for the death of the prolific novelist philip roth he was eightyfive ralph rose about the human condition disillusionment with the american dream and the place of the middle class to in the modern day america he recently described his career as a combination of blazing forth a muddling through david willis reports he published his first book of short stories goodbye columbus in nineteen fifty nine at the age of twenty six but it was his third novel portnoy's complaint published in nineteen sixty nine that made him a celebrity not least because it recounted the promiscuous sex life of a young jewish lawyer attempting to escape the influence of his oppressive mother new yorker magazine called him an american literary icon whilst the editor of the new york times book review paolo paul called his death a sad moment for american and global literature north korea has agreed to let a team of south korean journalists to watch the dismantling of his nuclear test sites at peng pyongyang had earlier refused them visas throwing doubt on the south koreans participation the move comes as president moon jae in visits washington to try to salvage a proposed summit between kim jong un and president trump planned for june the twelfth malaysia is newly elected prime minister mahachi muhammad has announced his cutting the salaries of cabinet ministers by ten percent to reduce the national debt he made a similar announcement to the start of his first ins as prime minister in nineteen eightyone michael bristow reports malaysia's national debt is around a quarter of a trillion dollars mahattaya muhammad the new prime minister has announced a series of measures aimed at reducing that figure including looking again a highspeed railing between kuala lumpur and singapore he could also scrap a deal to pay a.

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hands of british consultancy firm cambridge analytica malaysian police have raised the home of former prime minister nausea baraza this as a new government reopened the investigation into billions of dollars missing from one md state investment fund prime minister mahachi muhammad said the scale of the food is bigger than initially thought and the us government ethics office says president trump should have reported a reimbursement to his attorney general michael cohen for a payment to porn actress stormy daniels in his two thousand seventeen public financial disclosure and the washington post said cohen solicited at least a million dollars from qatar in late two thousand and sixteen for access to the incoming administration global news twenty four hours a day on and talk on twitter how by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm yan guarantee this is bloomberg caroline thank you so much leon now a gauge of expected volatility in developing nation currencies has risen to the highest level since february twenty sixteen relative to peers in the group of seven nations this is the dollar rally continues undermining the carry trade in high yielding currencies but the former bank of england official kristen forbes speaking to bloomberg's kathleen hayes yesterday she told her that she sees less risk now in emerging markets it's hard to go for merging markets together there are some very big differences across emerging markets certainly there are some that are vulnerable that are on my watch list but at the same time the bulk of emerging markets are in much sounder condition than they have been in the past in particular a number of emerging markets have enacted more macroprudential policies to strengthen their financial systems and number have tried to cut down on their current account deficits so for example compared to the taper turmoil when the us started to discuss tapering a number of emerging markets which had some vulnerabilities then have reduced those vulnerabilities in aren't asandra position that one issue which i m more concerned about which is something i've been doing some academic work on is that as countries have put on more macroprudential regulations in helped strengthen their banking systems which is good this does addresses of nobility ability.

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The internet chances are a good chunk of the clicks your ad generates is coming from robots not people so much so that by some estimates billions and billions of dollars are being wasted on digital advertising we find out what the industry is doing about it after the news bbc news with jonathan is the former opposition leader in malaysia anwar ibrahim has declared a new dawn for his country hours after being released from prison the seventy year old received a royal pardon following a shock victory for the coalition backed by mr anwar and headed by his former political nemesis mahachi muhammad anwar now says talk to mahatma has his full support north korea has threatened to cancel next month's summit with the united states if washington keeps pressing for it to give up its nuclear weapons unilaterally the first vice foreign minister said pyongyang had made it clear that the us must end its hostile policy as a precondition for denuclearization earlier it pulled out of this week's talks with seoul in protest at the resumption of us south korean military exercises the governor of the western afghan province of farah says a taliban attack on the main city has been brought to an end by salangi said about three hundred taliban and twenty five afghan security officers had been killed the taliban have confirmed they withdrawn but said only nine of their fighters were killed indonesian police have shot dead four men who attacked a police station in sumatra armed with swords killing one officer one attacker was reported to have been carrying a bomb human rights lawyers say they have enough new evidence to have the former gambian president tried on murder charges they say interviews with thirty jamie's former close associates of established that a death squad known as the jungle is operated under his direct orders killing in two thousand and five at least fifty five west africans most of them ghanaians guatemala has become the second country to move its embassy in israel to jerusalem recognizing israel sovereignty over the city the japanese economy has shrunk for the first time in two years but most analysts are optimistic the decline is temporary and japan will continue to recover from a lengthy period of sluggishness that followed its economic boom in the.

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Between israel and iran my guest is israel's deputy foreign minister sippy hotter valley of course we congratulate american president for making this bold decision we're sure to world is much better place today after america will renew reinstate sanctions about iranian regime and i think that for a long while our our prime minister was very clear about his message but sippy hotter valley on hardtalk after the news hello i'm jerry smith with the bbc news the newly elected prime minister of malaysia mahachi muhammad has said that the king is willing to grant a full pardon for his political ally anwar ibrahim the opposition leader who was jailed on sodomy charges that he argues were politically motivated dot emma hot here has also repeated a pledge to stand aside within two years to allow mr armoire to take the premiership jonathan head is in quantum for this is necessary next stage of this extraordinary drama martin muhammad when he was prime minister for twenty two years me eight hundred nine hundred groomed anwar ibrahim as his successor fell out with him had him imprisoned on the same charges he's in jail for now he got out in two thousand and four got this opposition movement going dot com here was a fierce critic back in those days that he was unfit to lead the country but since he has made this deal with the opposition joining them two years ago he and i wa abraham have very different ta caused a general election sensational wednesday by defeating the government which has held power for sixty years the philippines top judge has been removed from office following a series of clashes with the president rodrigo duterte the supreme court chief justice maria serrano with sacked after a vote by her fellow judges howard johnson reports from manila this is the first time in the philippines that chief justice has been removed from office in this way mrs serena has also been facing separate impeachment proceedings for twenty seven allegations of wrongdoing including corruption and betrayal.

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Coming up on the real story in the next half hour does the us withdrawal from the iran deal make war in the middle east more likely already we've seen iran fi rockets towards israel and israeli attacks on iranian targets in syria and saudi arabia has said it would build a bomb if iran gets one so could we re heading for a new nuclear arms race in the region and what hope of a new improved deal can the dealmaker in chief really get iran back to the table that's after a summary of the news bbc news jerry smith the newly elected prime minister of malaysia mahachi muhammad has said that the imprisoned opposition leader anwar ibrahim will get an immediate wrong pardon abraham a former deputy prime minister has been in prison since two thousand fifteen he's always maintained that the charges against him were politically motivated the philippines high court has removed the country's chief justice from office it ruled that maria sereno had failed to submit statements of earnings when she applied for the road in two thousand twelve mrs serrano said the action against her was unconstitutional the united nations children's agency unicef has appealed for emergency funds to save four hundred thousand children from starvation in the kasai region of the democratic republic of congo unicef says they're suffering from severe acute malnutrition the region has been ravaged by conflict let's trillion police had begun an investigation after seven people were found dead in a house in the southwestern town of osmundsen the police commissioner of western australia said four of the debt which holdren or had gone shot wounds the french foreign minister jean yves le drian has condemned the us move to reimpose sanctions on foreign companies trading with iran as unacceptable several french firms have signed billion dollar agreements with iran since the nuclear agreement in two thousand fifteen president trump has said he would be pursuing peace and security for the whole world when he meets the north korean leader kim jong on next month he said he was going to get a great deal unlike the nuclear agreement with iran which he described as disastrous a three day auction to.

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And on the balance of forces within its leadership and how will the iranian public react mr trump's decision clearly has an impact on global security on regional rivalries in the middle east but does it give the green light to war who the opportunity to negotiate something broader and better that will keep the peace that's the real story from the bbc coming up after the news hello i'm ws with the bbc news the newly elected prime minister of malaysia mahathir mohammad has said that the imprisoned opposition leader anwar ibrahim will get an immediate royal pardon dr mahachi said mr anwar would be able to return to politics but did not elaborate on whether he would be brought into the cabinet straight away can parliament so these process take long time whether he would immediately joined the cabinet will be decided when the time comes anwar ibrahim format deputy prime minister has been imprisoned since february twenty fifteen jonathan head reports from kuala lumpur twenty years ago mahachi muhammad sacked anwar ibrahim as deputy prime minister and had him imprisoned on dubious sodomy charges today he's calling for his release from a second jail term imposed three years ago such is the remarkable turnaround in malaysian politics which has seen the ninety two year old former prime minister returned to office this time as leader of the opposition inflicting the first ever defeat on the ruling party he wants lead getting on what abraham pardoned was one of the conditions for dr maha tier to be accepted by an opposition movement he wants tried to crush the philippines high court has made history by removing the country's chief justice from office it ruled that maria sereno had failed to submit statements of her earnings howard johnson is in manila this is the first time in the philippines the chief justice has been removed from office in this way mrs serena has also been facing separate impeachment proceedings for twentyseven allegations of wrongdoing including corruption and betrayal of the public trust speaking to bbc news she described the allegations as hogwash and said that the actions against her were unconstitutional and political mrs sereno has been a fierce critic of president rodrigo deterred he's worn drugs a campaign which has seen thousands of drug users and dealers killed during police operations he united nations has.

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Well i think you know look if you look at commodity war it's kind of very very different from what we saw in the past decade because in a positive one everyone you know rise and everyone but that is the oil prices lead the world but other commodities relatively a kind of volatile and the day just to kind of wrench trading so for from polyps active if we see a relatively strong dollar definitely i think some of the commodities will be will be deck dying but you know i think he is looks like steel has a relatively decent the momentum at this moment and we think you know at this moment i don't think that all your price as we'll have a lucrative pick downside risk i do see that it's still relatively a decent upside from now i just wanted to drill down into some of these emerging markets you mentioned early in malaysia indonesia but this is huge news was happening asia this week with mahachi muhammad winning the malaysian election berries calls that you could see the kuala lumpur index full by eight percent when it reopens they sort of shock wins to em they need jerk reactions what's your view for the longer term well i think you know definitely yes there was a big surprise from malaysia in kind of election and from like a longterm perspective i do see that em as a whole the biggest kind of cornerstone if china and we've china performed relatively a decently and the relatively nicely i think i think em as a whole will be still relatively good perf perform you know i the next couple of decades but definitely not short term for the countries that the problem is that the political uncertainties and tech problems kind of headaches facing the economy is that is very.

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is the bbc world service i'm manuela and business daily shortly is all about the pill the oral contraceptive that gave birth to an economic revolution we'll hear why women in sub saharan africa or opting for an injectable form and what's been holding up the male contraceptive pill anyway that's all off the latest world news bbc news with jerry smith president trump has welcome back to the united states three americans released by north korea on wednesday the men were freed visit by the secretary of state and flew home with him the white house said the men holding to christian organisations were released as a goodwill gesture ahead of a planned us north korean summit israel says is his nearly all iranian targets in syria after a rocket attack on its positions on the golan heights the defense minister said almost all of tehran's infrastructure was targeted but added he hoped this would be the end of the volunteer exchanges between the two sides the malaysian king is soon meeting the winner of wednesday's election as speculation of the new government continues mahachi muhammad's party defeated the governing coalition and emerged as the largest party but the outgoing prime minister has stressed no party had won an overall majority i search and rescue operation is underway in kenya where dumb has burst after heavy rain killing at least twenty people five people are still missing and hundreds have been left homeless the accident took place in july northwest of the capital nairobi a leading chinese businessman has been jailed for eighteen years for fraud shell way is the former head of the insurance company which the authorities took over in february as part of moves to stop heavily indebted firms from collapsing antigovernment protests have continued in karachi thousands took to the streets in the capital managua to demand justice for the victims of last month's demonstrations more than forty people were killed then a major british bank has agreed to pay almost five billion dollars to settle an investigation into its actions before the financial crisis of two thousand eight the royal bank of scotland said marta the payments would be covered by funds already set aside bbc news.

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"State council is weighing proposals to lower the liddy from the current twenty five percent to fifteen or even ten and an announcement may come next month a lower ratio would benefit foreign carmakers is the imported models would become more competitive against luckily made vehicles apple tim tim cook rather has met president trump in the oval office as trade tensions with china's cima the white house is yet to provide details of their talks but confirmed cook also met the president's top economic adviser larry cudlow apple produces the majority of products in china and lists that nation as its third largest market so it's naturally concerned about any lasting disruption to trade five years after winning his narrowest election malaysian prime minister that you brazil because told bloomberg he expects a better result this time in his first international media interview the three years and achieve discussed the challenge from his one time patron mahachi muhammad as well as scandal surrounding malaysia state fund one md babe that she hopes to extend the ruling coalition's unbroken six decades in power the opposition is a mock legal collection all parties the don't have much in common and they will be very the recip comments for decades i don't see how they can work together really work together join me sarah malaysian election special here on bloomberg tv hear much more from prime minister on friday night seven pm hong kong and kuala lumpur time global news twenty four hours a day on air at tick tock onto it at powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries this is bloomberg checking in on market here in asia we are seeing a little bit of a mixed session certainly having a lot of selling coming through in indonesian stocks and bonds.

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The poisoning of a former agent and his daughter in england the attack on sergei julius scruple provoked abrasive exchanges at the security council on thursday night as diplomat correspondent james landale reports the united nations is the home of international diplomacy but there was this unity and even less diplomacy the russian ambassador vassily accused britain of fabricating intelligence to came russia was responsible for the salisbury attack he said the uk was using the methods of the nazi propaganda chief joseph gurgles to undermine the legitimacy of the russian state britain's ambassador karen pierce accused russia of playing fast and loose with international security and she was supported by american and european allies on the security council the malaysian prime minister naji braddock has announced the dissolution of parliament paving the way for an early general election jonathan had reports not cheap razzak is near the end of his maximum five year term of office and the rival coalitions have already been in campaigning mode for several weeks is notch reputation has been damaged by a scandal over the alleged misuse of billions of dollars in a government linked to investment company but the opposition has also been weakened by the jailing of its most charismatic leader anwar ibrahim three years ago on what human rights groups described as politically motivated charges the opposition coalition is now relying on the recruitment of malaysia's longestserving prime minister mahachi muhammad now ninety three years old as its candidate to run the country this is the world news from from the bbc the former south african president jacob zuma is due to appear in court shortly on charges of corruption in relation to an arms deal during the nineteen nineties mr zuma who was forced out of office in february faces sixteen counts of corruption fraud racketeering and money laundering he denies any wrongdoing new research in australia shows that almost half the servicemen and women who have left the armed forces in the past five years have a mental disorder the survey has been described as the most comprehensive ever undertaken of the effects of military service on the mental physical and social health of former australian defence force personnel film reports come sydney so many former australian servicemen.

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"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mahachi muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Methods of the nazi propaganda chief joseph goebbels to undermine the legitimacy of the russian state britain's ambassador karen pierce accused russia of playing fast and loose with international security and she was supported by american and european allies on the security council a court in south korea is expected to deliver its verdict shortly on the former president park on hey who was forced from office in a corruption scandal last year misbach is facing a series of charges including bribery abuse of power and komo russian she has denied wrongdoing the malaysian prime minister naji brown's has announced the dissolution of parliament paving the way for an early general election he's expected to face a challenge from his former mentor mahachi muhammad jonathan head has this report najib razak is near the end of his maximum five year ten of office and the rival coalitions have already been in campaigning mode for several weeks mister naci reputation has been damaged by a scandal over the alleged misuse of billions of dollars in a government linked investment company but the opposition has also been weakened by the jailing of its most charismatic leader anwar ibrahim three years ago on what human rights groups described as politically motivated charges the opposition coalition is now relying on the recruitment of malaysia's longestserving prime minister mahattaya muhammad now ninety three years old as its candidate to run the country world news from the bbc dc hundreds of supporters of the former brazilian president luiz announce your lula de silva have turned out to cheer him at a rally near sao paulo hours before a deadline to surrender to police judge ordered lula to turn himself in by late afternoon on friday to begin a.

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