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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. Saito AM in London. Hello. Welcome to Newsday on the BBC World Service. Lawrence coffee county shopping for joining us. The United States files criminal charges against the Chinese technology giant wa wait, including the theft of trade secrets will take a detailed look at what these charges are. And how the company has reacted. Also, I see a baby Christine women in Pakistan accused of blasphemy back in court for review of her acquittal and members of parliament UK vote on a series of amendments to Theresa May's Brexit deal it could shape the next stage of negotiations with the European Union. We'll hear from our political correspondent, robots go sport. We got the business and we hear from a group of South Korean Christians, who ain't convert their neighbors in the north to their religion. All that coming up the latest stories. Hello. This is David Austin with the BBC news. China has accused the United States have illegal and immoral behavior. After Washington filed more than twenty charges against the technology firm hallway, the foreign ministry in Beijing complained that the case was politically motivated, the company has also now responded, here's John sudworth. The response from the company is brief a single paragraph statement from hallways. China headquarters denying that it has committed any wrongdoing regarding the US claim that multiple emails prove that while we employ ease engaged in a systematic attempt to steal robot technology. The hallway statement says that this matter has already been settled in response to reports that the US has now formally applied for the extradition of the hallway executive currently detained in Canada. A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said stern representations had. Immediately been made to both countries. The Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has described as criminal sanctions imposed on the state-owned oil company PDVSA by the United States, the national security adviser, John Bolton said president Maduro and his allies could no longer. Loot? VI sets of the Venezuelan people Mr. Maduro expressed his anger on state television Bolton on. John Bolton has announced a set of sanctions that a unilateral illegal and outside the framework of the United Nations Security council with this move. They're trying to steal go from us. The Venezuelan people be on alert Venezuela. The supreme court in Pakistan is about to hear the final legal challenge. To the critical of a Christian woman who'd been sentenced to death for blasphemy arsia BB spent eight years on death row before her conviction was overturned in October, the decision sparked protests, and she since been in hiding the BBC's Pakistan correspondent Kunda Kirmani a decision by the court could be announced today, although it's not definitive it could be delayed. But it certainly seems that this case which has really divided opinion in Pakistan has led to the killings of two prominent politicians spoke out in support of is here baby in the past. This case seems now to be drawn to a conclusion Ozzy Abebe if indeed how quickly upheld will be granted asylum in a country in the west because it was simply too dangerous for her to continue living in Pakistan. The Malaysian Prime Minister Mahatma Muhammad has launched a five year plan to tackle government. Corruption following the multibillion dollar bribery scandal. The proton his predecessor the national anti corruption plan puts forward proposals including requirement for politicians to publicly declare their assets. It also envisages new laws on political funding and lobbying will news from the BBC. The British government has set up plans to end free movement of European Union citizens if it fails to reach a bricks deal with the EU before the March deadline under the terms of a new Bill EU citizens arriving after March the twenty ninth will only be allowed to visit Britain for three months without a visa those wishing to stay longer would then have to apply for three years temporary. Leave to remain Mexico's largest railway operator has warned that the country could face shortages of staple foods, as a result of a two-week protest by teachers spokeswoman for Ferro Mecs told a Mexican television station that more than three hundred trains had been cancelled since the teachers started camping on train tracks in the western state of mature can protest over pay and conditions. Apple has warned of rich that makes it possible to eavesdrop on uses of its iphone and MAC devices. The problem is linked to the face time feature which is used for video calls. The companies have fixed would be available in days. Dave Lee reports the glitch is trivial to execute and allows a person to eavesdrop for a brief periods on the recipients using the microphone on their phone or computer in some circumstances. It will also send video just hours before the flow was made public apple boss. Tim cook was loading the importance of data security on what was US national privacy day. The firm has also spent the past few months chastising companies like Facebook over their data breaches, but as apple prepares to release its quarterly earnings expected to be its worst performing for years that confidence may appear more than a little misguided a Korean survivor of wartime sexual slavery who became a symbol of the fight for peace has died at the age of ninety three Kim BOK dome was abducted from home by Japanese soldiers in nineteen forty when she was fourteen she did a catered her later years to campaigning against war. That's the latest BBC news. This is Newsday Connie and Lawrence with you as you BB's cases backing court. She was accused of blasphemy, but there is a peal in Pakistan on the way also will get a report from the South Korea where Christians trying to convert from the south to the north and some of them will be speaking to Rebecca hedge girl, so we have the sport and the business. And of course, we're talking. No way. The US Justice department has.

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on The World This Week

The World This Week

09:54 min | 2 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on The World This Week

"That is worrying for Republicans. Crisp cla could Malaysia be just the start of a pushback against China's belt and road initiative. The country's leader, Mahatma Muhammad confirmed this week that he. Canceling to Chinese linked infrastructure. Projects was twenty two billion dollars, but Malaysia isn't. The only place has been concerned over Chinese largesse. They've been worries in Sri Lanka to about expensive Chinese funded projects, which don't pay their way because they don't get much use an applet for million passengers which can't just a few arrivals a day. Now uses its buildings to store rice, sir Lanka, even at least back its new Chinese built port to China as Beijing, pursues its idea of constructing a string of Paul's ports along China's trade routes and Barisan at your John is our South Asia editor just back from Sri Lanka and Steven McDonnell is in Beijing for us. I know him I what China's reaction was to Malaysia's decision to cancel this sort of downplaying it the government here because they're not going to draw attention to anybody. Pooh, poohing the bills road initiative. This is one of Xi Jinping's. Big gifts to the nation, in fact, to the world and world's best to be very enthusiastic about it. So you don't hear much criticism of the belt and road initiative in China, even though you know it is such a strange thing. One of the questions is being asked about it is why China is really doing it. There is one school of thought, which is that what they're doing is buying patronage. They're buying support. You can't pay back. Your bridge money will ensure you can't pay back your port money. Well, what are you going to do for us in return? I'm Barisan. How important is the Belton road initiative? Four. And with the nation, how far is its ambition? Seniors reaching China's played a very key role in lending money to many South Asian countries. If you look at the case of Sri Lanka, this country was emerging out of a brutal civil war fought for more than thirty years. And soon after the war, the Lincoln government went and borrowed Bill. Of dollars of money to improve infrastructure to kick start the economy. The key thing is, unlike the IMF all the World Bank China doesn't ask many questions. What is your business model? How are we going to make profit? So the money was coming as the then president Mahinda Rajapakse of Sri Lanka was taking money. Roads were built, yes, they are there and the airport was built in the home district of the president, Mike, and that picture at cricket. Stadium was also constructed and more importantly, a strategic port in the southernmost part of Stranka in a town called Haman Doda. This town overlooks one of the busiest shipping lanes in the world. I was there a couple of weeks ago. You could see the express highways, which was not there ten years ago when I was based at can say, new buildings is Newport. Apple, everything is looking very positive in Sri Lanka, but the government is. Is not making money out of these projects. As a result, for example, the port which hardly attracts one or two ships a week, which means the Lincoln government was not able to repay the money. As a result. They had to renegotiate the debt deal just for the porter loan and China to control of the port on a ninety, nine years. And there it was clear. The China was not expecting this money to come back and Stephen suggestions have been made. For example, in Malaysia during the election campaign that this money is being used as a form of colonialism this time by China and that the money coming from China comes with strings attached. I suppose it's what people would describe as neo-colonialism you do it with money rather than sending in the troops. I guess others though would still defend China's belt and road initiative saying, you can't be too cynical about it because there will be infrastructure built, which would not otherwise. 's have been constructed on, eats that sense of neo-colonialism widely shared by Thurston Asia. I was speaking with one of these senior ministers in the Lincoln cabinet. Now, the government is changed in twenty fifteen twenty sixteen and the new government. In fact, they stopped some of these products Chinese products like the port city and the poor to deal both of them. They were restructuring it, but then they realized they were not getting money from anyone else. They say they even approached India for help. They approached western nations. The money was not forthcoming on all those projects which were stopped. They were started again and the feeling among some of this relentless and politicians, for example, is that you know, we are helpless, you know, there's the money coming from China, but then there are also conditions attached to it. So there is a sense of feeling that you are giving up in a way part of sovereignty. Stephen is the initiative itself seen in China, not just as a civil project, but also way for the. Entry to project military power by building or extending ports that could take warships even submarines and extend China's own strategic reach. Even as America's seems bent on shrinking, its reach will. If the Chinese government thinks that it certainly doesn't say it publicly. And yet there are those analysts who do sit as a projection of China's power one way or the other, Steve McDonnell and Barisan at Rajon you're listening to the world this week, the program that tells you what happened in the past seven days and white counts. If you enjoy factual podcasts like ours, you might also be interested in trying witness history told by the people who were there firsthand accounts of some of the most important events which have helped shape our lives and the places we live there five podcasts a week, an incredible archive to delve into go to BBC World Service dot com. Slash podcasts and search for witness in Afghanistan. President Ashraf Ghani announced a ceasefire during the festival of aid on offered to extend it to three months, the Taliban, neither accepted nor rejected the offer. But they did say they'd send representatives talks which Moscow is holding aimed at discussing peace the United States and the Afghan government onto tending those talks. Although both say they also won't piece of which makes a killing of three hundred people in the week before he'd by the Taliban, the Islamic state group all the more startling. So does it feel the peace might be in the air and Afganistan I asked Meena backpack the head of the BBC's Afghan service? No, it does not. I'm sorry to say. I wish it had worked. The situation is getting worse and worse civilians are being killed. Everyday violence attacks is being all over places in the eastern. Some places in the north services are going down. People. Are not happy on the government. Every time you speak to the Afghan officials, they do accept it, but they are saying that we are doing lots of work for it, but we don't know what you're doing. The first day of eat the officials, speech of the president wasn't trapped by rocket attacks, and those rockets were being fired just from diversity sanity of the presidential palace. So you tell me if it has been working Cam, the Russian talks hope to achieve anything. If the Afghan government isn't there on the US government, isn't there. The Moscow conference is not going to happen to make decisions. It's mainly for exchange of ideas and opinions and talking to each other. And I think it would've been a very good opportunity for Afghans to go there and hear what all LeBron's are saying. It is actually a significant thing that is happening because it's the first time. Mm, ever the Taliban or officially participating in a conference consultation workshop, whatever you call it. I think it was the Afghan government didn't want to go and join these dogs. This is a big question to myself as well. Now they're saying that whatever initiative should be under the leadership of Afghans. But on the other hand, this is not peace talks. This talks about peace talks, so it's a puzzle. Lots of our listeners in our interactive programs. The reactions was harsh, everybody was criticizing almost the Afghan government that why they are not taking the opportunity. Everybody was asking why. And some were saying that it's just because I'm Erica, NHS, don't go now they don't go, maybe that's it. And on the other hand, the Afghan president Ashraf Ghani offered a ceasefire on the side of the government. But the Taliban said, no, which seemed to imply that the. Taliban was unwilling to build upon the kind of wish that we saw back in June. For reconciliation. I'm not sure they have said no. They said we are not gonna officially announce it, but we are not going to attack. They said that they were observing it unofficially, and they have been doing that. So they ceasefires there. And the last time they did officially announce that, although, again, the loss previous eat again, it wasn't dramatically in the sponsor to the call of Afghan government. They announced their ceasefire an Afghan government did their owns. Everyone in

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hear about families were United. After decades apart I just called her name and then. She was screaming we will We find. Out about threats to the peace deal it was read by many many people to be a call for coup. And a former Eritrean ambassador tells us. What will happen if the Peacedale falls apart this is agent is one of, the most volatile region in the, world so the international, community is your whole has. A stake in ensuring that adjust inclusive peace process is. Consciously made that's all coming up in the inquiry after, the news Hello, I'm Jerry Smith with the BBC news the former Estonian. 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 calm early results indicate that Imran Khan's party is on course to become. The single largest in parliament from Islamabad Sikander Kamani county the votes is still ongoing the looks increasingly likely his PTI party will win more seats in parliament than anyone else though it will still be short. Of an overall majority however, the 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 new Pakistan and 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, members of. The Shinrikyo 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 mccower says the group's actions were cruel and senseless hunk on your the. Pain and sadness inflicted by these crimes into the victims the victims families and those who survived had to live with disabilities and their families defies the. Imagination The search has 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 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 Melbourne critics of the. Change Saito threatened the Fairfax's groups one hundred eighty year. Record of quality journalism The ustralian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says is a positive move this will Mike both businesses by the Fairfax business and the. Non, network business stronger as a result it's a. Very competitive. Media involvement as we all know 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 it will make. For a stronger business overall. You're listening to world 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 set off a firework outside the embassy injuring only his hand the blast. Blanketed, the streets around the embassy in white smoke Republicans in the US have begun a bid 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 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 enquiries the US. Deputy attorney general has been consistently attacked by, allies of President Trump ever since he appointed Robert Mueller to lead a special council. Investigation into allegations of interference and collusion in the two thousand sixteen election however the motion is. Unlikely to ever reach your 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. Mahatma 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. Judgments 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 cliffs 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 asylum a journalist in his fifties is. Heading to the airport, he's nervous he's been waiting for this trip. For years doesn't know what he'll find what he's looking for at, the other end he. Bought the plane out of the window White.

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Cult members hanged for Tokyo subway attack

BBC World Service

06:14 min | 2 years ago

Cult members hanged for Tokyo subway attack

"Hear about families were United. After decades apart I just called her name and then. She was screaming we will We find. Out about threats to the peace deal it was read by many many people to be a call for coup. And a former Eritrean ambassador tells us. What will happen if the Peacedale falls apart this is agent is one of, the most volatile region in the, world so the international, community is your whole has. A stake in ensuring that adjust inclusive peace process is. Consciously made that's all coming up in the inquiry after, the news Hello, I'm Jerry Smith with the BBC news the former Estonian. 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 calm early results indicate that Imran Khan's party is on course to become. The single largest in parliament from Islamabad Sikander Kamani county the votes is still ongoing the looks increasingly likely his PTI party will win more seats in parliament than anyone else though it will still be short. Of an overall majority however, the 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 new Pakistan and 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, members of. The Shinrikyo 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 mccower says the group's actions were cruel and senseless hunk on your the. Pain and sadness inflicted by these crimes into the victims the victims families and those who survived had to live with disabilities and their families defies the. Imagination The search has 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 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 Melbourne critics of the. Change Saito threatened the Fairfax's groups one hundred eighty year. Record of quality journalism The ustralian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says is a positive move this will Mike both businesses by the Fairfax business and the. Non, network business stronger as a result it's a. Very competitive. Media involvement as we all know 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 it will make. For a stronger business overall. You're listening to world 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 set off a firework outside the embassy injuring only his hand the blast. Blanketed, the streets around the embassy in white smoke Republicans in the US have begun a bid 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 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 enquiries the US. Deputy attorney general has been consistently attacked by, allies of President Trump ever since he appointed Robert Mueller to lead a special council. Investigation into allegations of interference and collusion in the two thousand sixteen election however the motion is. Unlikely to ever reach your 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. Mahatma 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. Judgments 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 cliffs 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 asylum a journalist in his fifties is. Heading to the airport, he's nervous he's been waiting for this trip. For years doesn't know what he'll find what he's looking for at, the other end he. Bought the plane out of the window White.

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Diplomatic dance and as i say this is a a reality check for all of us jonathan marcus it's an extraordinary act of reconciliation anwar ibrahim has been released from jail as promised by his former political nemesis the country's new leader mahatma muhammad mr anwar was originally jailed twenty years ago for what he said were full soda meet charges he was imprisoned again in two thousand fifteen by ninety bras the man who lost power in a shock election results last week to the ninety two year old dr maha tear at a noisy news conference in kuala lumpur the seventy year old mr anwar said he believed malaysia was on the verge of a new era there's a new dawn i think that'd be put them in this year me chinese indians gutters and even then tire spectrum gutless of liz religion whose food by the principles of democracy and freedom correspondent in malaysia jonathan head has been witnessing these historic events crucial part of the agreement between the opposition movement that anwar lead and mahattaya muhammad who in the end proved decisive and getting enough support to overcome a system that massively favors the the former ruling party and brought about this historic election victory and what you were has already been meeting the king inside the palace that's extrordinary to the king even wanted to see him i'm just thinking about it this man was convicted prisoner officially a criminal justice you hours ago he's not getting audience with the king obviously his partnership with mahatma hamad is going to be the key to how malaysia moves forward now these are two men who were very close process jay and mentor back in the nineteen ninety s who fell out don't tomorrow it here the current prime minister actually had input in jail first of all on these trumped up sodomy charges well two periods he sentenced spent inside in the nine thousand nine hundred and there's been a lot of bitter comment.

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Diplomatic dance and as i say this is a a reality check for all of us jonathan marcus it's an extraordinary act of reconciliation anwar ibrahim has been released from jail as promised by his former political nemesis the country's new leader mahatma muhammad mr anwar was originally jailed twenty years ago for what he said were full soda meet charges he was imprisoned again in two thousand fifteen by ninety bras the man who lost power in a shock election results last week to the ninety two year old dr maha tear at a noisy news conference in kuala lumpur the seventy year old mr anwar said he believed malaysia was on the verge of a new era there's a new dawn i think that'd be put them in this year me chinese indians gutters and even then tire spectrum gutless of liz religion whose food by the principles of democracy and freedom correspondent in malaysia jonathan head has been witnessing these historic events crucial part of the agreement between the opposition movement that anwar lead and mahattaya muhammad who in the end proved decisive and getting enough support to overcome a system that massively favors the the former ruling party and brought about this historic election victory and what you were has already been meeting the king inside the palace that's extrordinary to the king even wanted to see him i'm just thinking about it this man was convicted prisoner officially a criminal justice you hours ago he's not getting audience with the king obviously his partnership with mahatma hamad is going to be the key to how malaysia moves forward now these are two men who were very close process jay and mentor back in the nineteen ninety s who fell out don't tomorrow it here the current prime minister actually had input in jail first of all on these trumped up sodomy charges well two periods he sentenced spent inside in the nine thousand nine hundred and there's been a lot of bitter comment.

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Malaysia: Anwar Ibrahim released from prison

Global News Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

Malaysia: Anwar Ibrahim released from prison

"Diplomatic dance and as i say this is a a reality check for all of us jonathan marcus it's an extraordinary act of reconciliation anwar ibrahim has been released from jail as promised by his former political nemesis the country's new leader mahatma muhammad mr anwar was originally jailed twenty years ago for what he said were full soda meet charges he was imprisoned again in two thousand fifteen by ninety bras the man who lost power in a shock election results last week to the ninety two year old dr maha tear at a noisy news conference in kuala lumpur the seventy year old mr anwar said he believed malaysia was on the verge of a new era there's a new dawn i think that'd be put them in this year me chinese indians gutters and even then tire spectrum gutless of liz religion whose food by the principles of democracy and freedom correspondent in malaysia jonathan head has been witnessing these historic events crucial part of the agreement between the opposition movement that anwar lead and mahattaya muhammad who in the end proved decisive and getting enough support to overcome a system that massively favors the the former ruling party and brought about this historic election victory and what you were has already been meeting the king inside the palace that's extrordinary to the king even wanted to see him i'm just thinking about it this man was convicted prisoner officially a criminal justice you hours ago he's not getting audience with the king obviously his partnership with mahatma hamad is going to be the key to how malaysia moves forward now these are two men who were very close process jay and mentor back in the nineteen ninety s who fell out don't tomorrow it here the current prime minister actually had input in jail first of all on these trumped up sodomy charges well two periods he sentenced spent inside in the nine thousand nine hundred and there's been a lot of bitter comment.

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"If the us is going to withdraw from the deal if europeans are not going to implement their commitments and violate the deal if the five plus one they cannot deliver the commitments it is really justified for iran to depart from the deal because the deal cannot be implemented unilaterally from the iranian side and this is not realistic to expect iran unilaterally to implement the deal so sane moussavian on hardtalk after the news this is the bbc news hello i'm jonathan izod the malaysian politician anwar ibrahim has declared a new dorm for his country after being released from prison he'd been jailed for a second time three years ago on what he said what trumped up charges of sodomy he was pardoned following a shock election victory for the coalition backed by mr anwar and his former mentor and rival mahanta mohammed this report from jonathan head abraham is already been meeting the king inside the palace that's extrordinary to the king even wanted to see him i'm just thinking about it this man was convicted prisoner officially a criminal justice here hours ago obviously his partnership with mahatma muhammad is getting to be the key to how malaysia moves forward now these four my friends then rivals now allies again going to have to work out how they transform this country in all sorts of ways how they make the judiciary independent again how they may business cleaner how they make politics more fair and more competitive it's a huge task north korea has come down to the next month plans summit its leader kim jong un and president trump pyongyang threatened cancel the talks if washington kept pressing for it to give up its nuclear weapons unilaterally laura bicker assesses the north korean reaction maybe feel that they're making all the concessions and get nothing in return also i've noticed over the last few weeks that the state media releases have been growing rather edited by the idea that president trump is boasting that they've brought chairman ken to the table they will feel in north korea that chairman kim is coming from a position of strength so there's a huge gap in what north korea believes the us believes at the moment and they're only a few weeks to go before the two leaders meet police in indonesia have shot dead four men who attacked the police headquarters on the island.

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"To prison maintenance the mp say it was at the same time a giant an unsustainable time bomb and the accusative using accounting methods which were intended to deceive their report names richard howson the chief executive among those responsible for the collapse with a strategy that was doomed to fail the chairman philip green is criticized and the finance director richard adam is described as the architect of aggressive accounting policies and that he rejects the opposition leader in malaysia anwar ibraham he has walked free from prison after receiving a royal pardon his release on his reconciliation with his former rival mahatma muhammad who is elected prime minister last week at the age of ninety two mr mahanta has promised to step aside to allow mr anwar to succeed him within two bbc news has seen figures which show shop rise in the number of socalled county lines drug dealing operations are now thought to be more than one thousand across the uk up from fewer than two hundred four years ago where davis reports county lines is the name given to the system used to traffic class a drugs from large cities where drugs gangs are based so they can be sold in provincial towns across britain the bbc is heard through now thought to be more than one thousand county line networks operating across the country in two thousand fourteen there were fewer than two hundred the government says tackling county lines is a priority and has denied accusations that drastic cuts to youth services a partly to blame for the problem kansas parliament will today debate whether to introduce assisted dying hip the nation is passed the crown dependency would be the first place in the british isles to legalize the practice only people who live on the island would be eligible three years ago npr's at westminster rejected similar proposals for england and wales bbc news has learned that more than sixteen hundred it specialists and engineers were denied visas to work in the uk between last december and march they were refused because the number.

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Between the different parties a lot of people are ready fed up in the last few days saying that they didn't vote for the individual parties that make up the new government they voted for the government itself so they think get over your infighting and let's be united and move forward sim heartier summer has to bring that all together and i think he really can't do that while at the same time do way with the gs sales tax which was the big promise in his election campaign in the first one hundred days he also needs to show that the council of elders a fivemember body of eminent persons can really help guide this new government through this transition period and then of course if you talked about that financial scandal one md he needs to show that he's going to be serious on the key actors relented stolen it's money well well he has promised to investigate the one md scandal and take action against those who may have abetted helped from what corrupt dealings with the fund there's news coming out from reuters today saying that the malaysian anti corruption committee commission found evidence in twenty fifteen the money was being transferred into an account of that then prime minister najib razak but then decided to do nothing about it it sort of suggests that the scale of this investigation is enormous and one wonders exactly what mahatma muhammad can do in order to say yes we're setting the record straight but how much punishment can he really meet out.

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Conundrum visit us with that that mustn't be any tool thank you very much deeds emma ross thomas on the latest stories surrounding brexit let's get international headlines thanks very much guy president trump says he'll meet with north korean leader kim yong own on june the twelfth in singapore he tweeted that they would both try to make it a special moment for world peace later trump spoke at a rally in indiana kim john oh kim jon on did a great service to himself to his country by doing this but those hostages came out with respect we didn't pay for them we're going to set the table we're gonna make a great deal for the world for north korea south korea japan china israel meanwhile says that iran cross the red line with missile attacks on its position in the occupied golan heights the un secretary general is calling for an immediate halt to all hostile acts of the israeli forces hit back at iranian military positions in syria russia's foreign minister sergei lavrov has also called for calm we see this as a very alarming development we believe that all issues must be resolved through dialogue sergei lavrov speaking through a translator malaysia new prime minister mahatma muhammad will appoint ten key ministers tomorrow promising to lead a business friendly administration bloomberg's has linda mean is in kuala lumpur you'll be business friendly and that he's intending to boost growth is also intending to reduce that those are the two big issues and when it comes to the ring now remember this is the man who packed the ring at two dollars during the asian financial crisis to stop the outflow he has said there's no intention of doing that they have market jitters but following the conference last night concerns should be late and medical staff are being sent to the democratic republic of congo after the ebola virus was confirmed in two people in the remote region of becora the world health organization says the virus is not linked with two thousand fourteen outbreak which killed thousands but medics say they intend to contain any potential spread of the virus global news twenty four hours a day on an take talk on.

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Encouraged to switch to promoting healthier products the policies shortage generate strong support from health campaigners the advertising association said rules in the uk will already among the strictest in the world and were enforced rigorously by regulators the newly elected prime minister of malaysia mahatma muhammad has said the imprisoned opposition leader anwar ibrahim we'll get an immediate royal pardon is to unwind a former deputy prime minister was jailed three years ago on charges of sodomy he says we'll politically motivated mr heartier has promised to eventually hand over power to missed anwar who was once his arch enemy but is now an ally our correspondent jonathan head reports from kuala lumpur twenty years ago mahachi muhammed sacked anwar ibrahim 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 brahim pardoned was one of the conditions for dr maha tier to be accepted by an opposition movement he wants tried to crush he says that the king has agreed that this should happen soon the veteran leader has also repeated a promise that he will step aside to allow mr anwar to take over as prime minister within two years one of the founders of the militant palestinian group hamas has said mass protests on the boundary between gaza and israel will not stop there have been demonstrations for the past six weeks in the runup to the seventieth anniversary of the formation of the state of israel next week in an interview for this program doctor mahmoud zahar said he expected the protests to continue beyond the anniversary because they had the support of ordinary people in gaza mp's have warned that britain's armed forces could be more than twenty billion pounds short of the money they need to buy new military equipment the commons public accounts committee says there's a significant funding gap in the ministry of defence is budget over the next ten years the mode is currently conducting a review of its spending out offense correspondent jonathan bill reports the md wants to spend nearly a hundred and eighty billion pounds on new submarines warships armored vehicles and.

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"In western afghanistan taliban gunmen overran police station wednesday killing eight officers that assault came as nearby airstrike killed six police officers and attack that local officials blamed on the us led coalition in a statement a pentagon spokesperson questioned whether the dead were in fact police and promised an investigation in nicaragua tens of thousands of people marched through the streets of the capital managua on wednesday calling for president and yellowtail to resign demanding justice for those killed by government forces during protests last month against a rollback of social security benefits human rights groups say at least forty people were killed in the april uprising they say police use live rounds of ammunition on demonstrators among those killed was journalists unhealthy who was shot dead as he broadcast coverage of the protests on facebook live in argentina protests erupted in the capital buenos side on wednesday after president ceo marty said his government is prepared to take on loans from the international monetary fund the imf argentina is still recovering from a massive economic crisis and default on its debts in two thousand one which followed years of neoliberal reforms backed by the world bank and imf this is roberto borrowdale secretary general of the argentina education workers union we've already lived through this we don't want to go back to the international monetary fund eighty percent of argentina is opposed to the president's statements and that's why we're getting mobilized in malaysia and opposition alliance led by the former authoritarian leader mahatma muhammad has won a parliamentary majority in a stunning upset that will see the ruling coalition loses script on power for the first time since malaysia's independence from britain sixty years ago mohamed is set to be sworn in today as the world's oldest prime minister at ninety two years old back in the united states from on independent senator bernie sanders has introduced a bill that would repeal antiunion right to work laws while streamlining union elections and requiring employers to negotiate in good faith the workplace democracy act would also crack down on employers who punish employees for organizing unions this is jose ramirez.

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Planned meeting between mr trump a north korea's leader kim jong un correspond is in washington the us secretary of state mike pompeo went to pyongyang to oversee the releases but he was also there for the second time in just over a month to finalise details of that meeting pictures published in the front cover of the north korean state newspaper she'll mr kim mr pompeo pale laughing and smiling together quite a change for the no don shinmun which is more often filled with antiamerican rhetoric the photographs suggestion you warmth but difficult discussions lie ahead israel has launched a wave of strikes on on syria aimed at what it says were iranian targets the israeli defense minister victor lieberman said he heard the latest round of volunteer exchanges between israeli and iranian forces was over yola now reports from jerusalem the israeli defense minister has come out saying almost as if it is conclusive that all iranian infrastructure in syria has been hit and certainly we're being told to you that this is the biggest israeli military action in syria that has taken place for decades israel acting after that badge of rockets was fired at israeli military positions in the israeli controlled golan heights shortly after midnight then we heard news of this wave of airstrikes the surprise when the malaysian elections mahatma muhammad is meeting the country's ruler in the coming hours amid speculation about who formed the next government the ninety two oh dr mahathir warned that any delay in forming new administration will be disastrous for the country najjar zach the outgoing prime minister said he would leave it to the king to decide who should form a government as no single party had won a majority the former head of unbundling one of china's largest insurance companies has been sentenced to eighteen years in prison wu was detained last year on charges of fraud and embezzlement state media said the court also ordered more than one and a half billion dollars to be confiscated from him you're listening to world news from the bbc the wrong bank of scotland has agreed a four point nine billion dollar settlement with us regulators to end a probe into its actions in the run up to the financial crisis of two thousand and eight the penalty is less than some analysts expected an obvious said most of it would.

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Wound not to engage serene state media said some of the israeli rockets were intercepted about twenty missiles said to have been launched by rome's elite al could sources at israeli military posts with a number intercepted by israel's iron dome defense system no injuries were reported to the bbc's your lawn to nell reporting malaysia's prime minister non razzaq has conceded defeat and his country's national election raza who led the ruling national front says he accepts that the people do not want him to serve term he's being toppled by his ninety two year old mentor mahatma muhammad who tapped into public anger over corruption scandal mahatma ears supporters have taken to the streets of kuala poor to celebrate the unexpected election victory this is npr news jury selection beginning today in the invasion of privacy trial of missouri governor eric writings prosecutors allege that greitens took a photo of a partially nude woman without her consent during a sexual encounter at his home in two thousand fifteen greitens denies criminal wrongdoing in california the state is closer to requiring solar panels on nearly all new homes built there from capital public radio as redeemed romero has the story the new standards would add ten thousand five hundred dollars to the price of a home but the california energy commission says going solar would pay that back plus more robert raymer with the california building industry association applauds the decision no other state in the nation we'll have anything close to this and you can bet every one of the other forty nine states will be watching closely to see what happens the planets have to take affect in twenty twenty and requires builders to quip homes with solar panels or bolus shared solar power system for clusters of homes.

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The terms will be according to the laws report if there's no agreement than brexit is likely to result in an average tariff on food imports have twenty percent while this wouldn't necessarily lead to an equivalent increase in food prices the report says there can be no doubt that prices at the checkout would rise their portal say warns that the uk doesn't have enough border staff the right it systems all physical infrastructure of food imports from the e becomes subject to customs and border checks a veteran malaysian politician is set to become the world's oldest elected leader mahatma muhammad should become the country's prime minister the age of ninety two after he joined the opposition and beats the party he used to lead in a general election here it is now six minutes past six and it is time for the weather forecast taller shovel akers waiting for this morning good morning to you john the weather is not looking battle for most of us eventually today we have had some rain swept across the country overnight and it's currently across parts of lincolnshire the southeast and east anglia so here the morning is damp but even here a little bit leitrim by around about mid morning the weather should improve so i think by the time we get to run about nine or ten o'clock fine weather across most of the uk lots of sunny spells but not completely dry because across scotland we are expecting some showers and some showers also expected in northern ireland so belfast glasgow in edinburgh we might need up rallies through the softer noon here some of the showers could be heavy especially in scotland could be some hail and thunder as well l swear cross the uk the afternoon is looking absolutely fine but it is going to be a much fresher day compared to yesterday in the north of the country temperatures will vary between eleven and fourteen are really quite fresh for this time of the year in the.

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Malaysia, Prime Minister and Us discussed on BTV Simulcast

BTV Simulcast

01:06 min | 3 years ago

Malaysia, Prime Minister and Us discussed on BTV Simulcast

"On malaysia read it strengthen stock exchange i said alltime highs we've got investors even our company despite all its negatively that said the scandal triggered the political comeback of opposition leader mahatma muhammad not gbs main opponent and here in europe basically is heading for a snap election that maybe be the chances of a populist government taking power bergstrom filleting explains that a stable administration is still a long way off he's expected to name a nonpartisan prime minister but the antiestablishment fivestar movement and the us skeptic league both plan to vote against that nominee in parliament so we'll have to trigger new and actions as early as july or in the fall in rome john allen bloomberg daybreak europe global news twenty four hours a day on aaron at tick talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm sandra kilhof this is bloomberg caroline thank you so much knowledge now with your morning sports news joe townsend southampton manager mark you says they very nearly secured premier league safety swansea means only a highly unlikely goal difference swing.

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Us billionaire john malone those your top stories for the latest in global news here's bloomberg's he and guarantee 'em good morning nara poza even in malaysia where prime minister razzaq natia seeking victory that could help him move past the one md be corruption scandal he has denied wrongdoing and was cleared by his own attorney general speaking exclusively to bloomberg one md b c our condo says they're moving forward confidence has now come back you can see international investors have committed to invest in for example with hsbc prudential are setting up headquarters three we're moving forward so if you look at the one md issue in this scale ranking of things that are important to malaysians its way down there that said the scandal triggered the political comeback of opposition leader mahatma muhammad nasha main opponent us secretary of state mike pompeo has arrived in north korea to prepare for president donald trump's summit with leader kim jon greenberg david tweet reports watching to see from securing the release of three americans detained by north korea and also a final date set for the kim trump's summit release the detainees would give trump's credibility of boost after he tweeted last week that their release was imminent and nothing happened in hong kong david tweed bloomberg daybreak europe meanwhile japan's prime minister has welcomed top leaders from china and south korea for the first time in seven years korean president moon jae in arrived on wednesday morning in rainy tokyo he's joining shinsei wa bay and the chinese premier footrace lateral talks however the regional spotlights been stolen somewhat by north korea and italy is heading for a snap election that may boost the chances of a populist government taking power bloomberg's john flaine explains a stable administration is still a long way off he's expected to name a nonpartisan prime minister but the antiestablishment fivestar movement and the us skeptic league both plan to vote against that nominee in parliament so we'll have to trigger a new actions as early as july or in the fall in rome john allen bloomberg daybreak europe global news twenty four hours a day on an tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm.

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stock exchange i said alltime highs we've got investors even our company despite all its negatively that said the scandal triggered the political comeback of opposition leader mahatma muhammad najib's main opponent he was secretary of state mike pompeo has arrived in north korea to prepare for president donald trump's summit with leader kim jong un bloomberg's david tweet reports watching the secures the release of three americans detained by north korea and also a final date set for the kim trump's summit release of the detainees give trump's credibility a boost after he tweeted last week that their release was imminent and nothing happened in hong kong david tweeden bloomberg daybreak europe meanwhile japan's prime minister has welcome top leaders from china and south korea for the first time in seven years korean president moon jaein arrived on wednesday morning in rainy tokyo he's joining shinsei wa bay and the chinese primary full trilateral talks however the regional spotlights being stolen somewhat by north korea and italy is heading for a snap election that may boost the chances of a populist government taking power bloomberg's john lane explains a stable administration is still a long way off he's expected to name a nonpartisan prime minister but the antiestablishment five star movement and the us skeptic league both planter vote against that nominee in parliament so we'll will have to trigger new elections as early as july or in the fall in rome john bloomberg daybreak europe global news twenty four hours a day on air at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and anisimov and one hundred twenty countries i'm the.

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"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"mahatma muhammad" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Into financial markets but he warned some investors may still not be well positioned for rate hikes do not dismiss the perspective risks emanating from global policy normalization some investors and institutions of may not be well positioned for a rising interest rates even one markets broadly anticipate and of course future economic conditions may surprise us as they often do paul argentina has asked the imf for financing that's to help stem a fivemonth route in the peso that's triggered a surgeon interest rates and which threatens to derail the nation's economic recovery in a televised address president marie co macri said the loan would help avoid a crisis like the ones argentina has face before and he didn't say how much money was being sought but a bloomberg source put the figure at thirty billion dollars and polls of open and malaysia selection with prime minister najib razzaq seeking a solid victory to help him move beyond a corruption scandal surrounding state investment fund one md be now has denied wrongdoing was cleared by his own attorney general but the scandal triggered the political comeback of ninety two year old former leader mahatma muhammad who leads a fractious opposition coalition global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm debra how this is bloomberg debra thank you very much france.

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