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Venezuelan Leader Maduro Is Charged in the U.S. With Drug Trafficking
"The U. S. department of justice has indicted Venezuela's socialist leader Nicolas Maduro and several key aides on charges of narco terrorism the department says Maduro and his aides are conspiring with the Colombian guerrilla group to export tons of cocaine into the U. S. this is the second time the U. S. government has brought criminal charges to a foreign head of state the last one was in the eighties when Panamanian political and military officer Manuel Noriega was charged with drug
Autopsy review: Man slain by police in Alabama mall was shot from behind
"Mantech FitzGerald Bradford junior was killed by police after they responded to a shooting at a mall in. A suburban Birmingham where two teenagers were injured. A lawyer. For Bradford's family says the autopsy confirms the victim was not a threat, and that he was moving away from the police next door media group has announced it will acquire Tribune media for over four billion dollars making it the largest provider of local television stations in the United States in August Tribune media pulled out of a proposed merger with right-wing Sinclair broadcast group the FCC it expressed concerns about the merger with Sinclair despite rolling back rules that prevented consolidation and local media markets in two thousand seventeen and in Canada. Indigenous activists have been physically blocking the construction of the largest fracking project in Canada's history members of the onus data clan stopped TransCanada corporation workers from entering their territory on November twentieth. The land on the western coast of Canada is in the path of the plan. Four point seven billion dollar coastal gas linked pipeline. Last week TransCanada applied for an injunction against the indigenous community an attempt to gain access to the land. This is free to Houston a spokesperson for the camp. The projects going to impact our water or salmon or berries or medicine. Everything that is our critical infrastructure is that if the court grunts them that injunction dot gives the police the right to try and come in and do a raid and pick us down, which would they would try to take us out of our own home. We haven't committed no crime. We're just living on our land. We've never thirty feeder surrendered or land. We've never lost through treaty or any other means and we've never given up our decision making power to any outside entities and a correction to an earlier story. Edward Felipe is the prime minister of France, and those are some of the headlines assist democracy now democracy now dot org. The Warren peace report, I'm Amy Goodman. Welcome to all of our viewers across the country and around the world. We'll begin today's show by continuing to look back at the legacy of George H W Bush the nation's forty first president who died on Friday at the age of ninety four bodies now lying and arrest that the capital funeral service will be held at Washington National cathedral on Wednesday, former presidents, Barack Obama Bill Clinton Jimmy Carter and Bush's son, George W Bush will attend as will President Trump who was not invited to speak. A second funeral will be held Thursday in Houston where George H W Bush will be buried. Well, president. Bush's death has dominated the news for days. Little attention has been paid to the defining event of Bush's first year in office, the invasion of Panama and December nineteenth nineteen Eighty-nine. President Bush sent tens of thousands of troops into Panama stencil to execute an arrest warrant against its leader Manuel Noriega on charges of drug trafficking. General Noriega was once a close ally of Washington on the payroll and a nationally televised address. Bush claimed the invasion was needed to defend democracy in Panama last night.
Oil curbs gains amid trade, output cut uncertainty
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That's a Bloomberg business flash politics policy, power and law continues. All right. Thank you, Greg. You know, congress is prepared to pass a two week stopgap spending Bill this week. They wanna keep the federal government funded through December twenty first what this does is allows them to put this whole budget debate on hold. So they can take the time to pay their respects to the late president, George H W Bush former US Senator from New York Al D'Amato joining us now is he does each week in our Bloomberg eleven three oh studios in New York. And Senator while I absolutely want to get your thoughts about the former president the late President Bush in just a moment. Let's launch into what these lawmakers are. Doing taking the step to keep the government functioning just an extra couple of weeks. But it expires on December twenty first that seems like they risk a shutdown before Christmas. Give me your insight high with hope that the testimonials given to former President George Bush, what sheriff kind of as an inspiration and get both sides to put the Animesh that exist today in the political rhetoric, which is so horrific put it aside and try to emulate the kind of things that he is known for bringing people together, we should not be closing down the government. It would be a tragedy. And I would hope that the president would she's a wisdom of acting more Bush like more compromising. Yes, she wanna chic certain. Things but building the wall. Is not the end all and Beal getting some of reform or the promise of reform on immigration is important. But nothing show important that you would shut down the government create all kinds of chaos, and then the finger pointing continues, and it gets worse. The animist to political atmosphere gets worse. So use this as an opportunity you try to come together. There's nothing worthwhile in bringing about a shutdown of government it wrong. So it now depends upon the leadership in the house and the Senate and real presidential leadership. Sir. We've been asking a lot of our guests if they have any personal remembrances of President Bush at this time, if you have any well, let me say he he's so well known for Desert Storm and he demonstrated. What you do you bring your allies? Together, you go in with L overwhelming force. I was there in Kuwait. When. We we took over the capitol. I flew there at that time. And I wanna tell you there's something he's not giving too much recognition. And that was his victory in Panama knocking out Manuel Noriega again going in with a superior force hitting them hard getting rid of a brutal dictator who is creating tremendous disruption in that area. He didn't let them get away with it. And he did that early on in his administration show hats off to a man who knew how to wage war when to do it was not a bully. And so when he said something sent out a message people got it. What I see today is that too much bombastic rhetoric, and when you should follow through. There is no follow-through talk with China. And yet they're pouring in Fenton. Al killing our kids, creating helping to exacerbate this is opiate. Epidemic. Mr President wake up. That's what you wanna to say you stop it now because the government of China controls that so they're pouring poison into our country. That that's when you get tough and let it be known. You do it behind the scenes, but you tell them we're not gonna tolerate this. And then I hear about this blockade of that the Iranians are are threatening. They should be called once and for all you tried it closed at peninsula cut off oil to the world, and they will be Chevere consequences, but get on go out in a bombastic way, you'd let it be known behind the scenes, and you make sure your secretary of defense gives them that message because world leaders know that if matters says we're gonna come in you better stop this nonsense. They'll listen, you know, it's very interesting. We only have about twenty seconds. But politics, aside, you were talking about how the late President George Bush was able to wage war and a quote proper way. Although everyone is describing him as a gentle soul who practice civility and. How those two philosophies can actually live in the same person you've just analyzed it. They can. Exist and are much more powerful than just being rhetoric Mombassa because people don't know you the people you want to convince if he is he bluffing. What not that? That's not good. They should know when you really mean business, and you do it most of it behind the scenes US Senator Al D'Amato of New York, we have to leave it there. Thank you so much. We get the latest world and national
"manuel noriega" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"What was an element of truth to that because the incomes are equal there are all equal zero there's nothing left in the whole country all be the the korakas zoo has been eaten everybody's been eaten there all the animals have been eaten that the caracazo bay yet they failed that used to line up for bread in the morning they would have breadline says the associated press reporter uh who just left the country mentioned that they you that she said i couldn't believe i was seeing an actual breadline and then she said more recently they were lining up to go through the trash chaos they were they will they wanted to just look through the trash cans for crumbs that's what they had so here summit by the way bernie sanders this week was down in mississippi there's a you wait w plant that is of a excuse me a car plant that is trying to decide whether to unionize with the united auto workers if he was going down there to tell them the better how what a wonderful thing it is to have a union representation and another guy who was down there campaigning for the uaw was danny glover who was also a big fan of the socialism in venezuela the here's peers from danny glover talking about the manuel noriega not man excuse me yet hugo chavez i'm getting i'm getting my uh ten pot latin american left wing dictators confused here here's what here's what danny glover the actor said about the about hugo chavez his vision for humanity in the world can only be compared to that of leaders like nelson mandela he was a great man them i cried when he di he cried when he died died died the dictator died so you know this is but this is the way the leftwing operates they are lionised these horrible horrible people here is a gnome chomsky be linguist now retired from my mit glove far left weighing professor he said that the chavez who destroyed venezuela before he died in 2013 he hinted that the country over to the new dictator whose even worse and is about the beer revolution in the streets he said chavez had brought forward the historic liberation of latin america and destructive to the rich oligarchy so the rich oligarchies been destroyed in sos everybody else was a high price to.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast
"This new yorker podcast is supported by exxon mobil synergy gasoline engineer to provide better gas mileage lower emissions and improve engine responsiveness with seven key ingredients stop by your nearest exxon or mobile station today to experience synergy gasoline i'm dorothy were condemned on today's politics and more podcast i talked with new yorkers john lee anderson about former panamanian president manual noriega in 2015 anderson head a rare opportunity to interview noriega who was deposed by us invasion 1980 ninth panama's form a dictator the cia spy and convicted cocaine trafficker manuel noriega has dis light when the news reports hit at the end of may that manuel noriega had died you could be forgiven little if you're i thought was noriega still alive panama's former strongman has been out of the public eye for a quartercentury since his conviction on drug trafficking and other charges but also broadly speaking or attention has shifted way way from latin american recent years certainly since the war on terror began it seems like a lifetime ago the us intervention in panama and el salvador and nicaragua was constantly in the headlines but staff writer john lee anderson thinks noriega is a figure we shouldn't forget about so quickly what modiega represented an began to personify which was this kind of merging of the the backwash of the deal ideological world of the sixties and seventies eighties in latin america with food the drug culture and the world that we now know has consumed a lot of our neighbours to the south because to a large extent we we help make it happen in 2015 anderson interviewed noriega one of the few interviews he gave during his many years in prison killed beena orient via the and the mall.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on This American Life
"About how she had been seen him on tv in that hope that our countries could still remain friends is clear and direct should complement of the moment a a and it was so poll well agai read the first letter and i don't remember writing at you know and it's this kind of like almost i feel like it's a a joke coming back to hot me that like a dad's laid out in a way like other though he probably was like oh it be cute if she said this your journal nor america congratulations on the patriotic supporter of your people i hope this letter fine jewelry in your country manuel i am john your old american schoolgirl a study central america it is a special interest to me i have seen you on television often here in the united states your hat was greatly admired year sadly who he can get nothing like it i hope friendship will remain guy said rights of now i really liked your hat inside leave get nothing like it here collide cheese is god as well we just put general manuel noriega panama city panama i mean that's beef this having only one general manuel noriega they're in it got there it was totally amazing because it's probably about a month later that i went out to get the male in there was this letter addressed to sarah in it had this panamanian uh some type of a military flag type thing on it and it was like will get under she drawn out feel so can with todd braces.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Darn successful test no test here you also might have missed this manuel noriega the expanamanian manium manium x the x dictator from panama died at the age of eighty three and noriega of course was friend photo what was the one point in the relationship of the united states he was fred but so that's pretty big obviously his his death but he of course was long since a decade ago decades ago balanced he was ousted from power by an invasion an eighty nine and the end panama's president juan carlos varela announced noriega's death on twitter saying it closes the chapter in the country's his jury noriega died from a hemorrhage following surgery to remove a brain tumor like i said he's a onetime ally to the us who ruled panama with an iron fist from eighty three to eighty nine then he served a seventeen year sentence for drug trafficking and money laundering in the us after he it after completed that sentenced in two thousand and seven he was imprisoned in france for money laundering he was like the epic criminal right the one that we embraced initially before he returned in 2011 to panama where he was already convicted in abstentia so he accused washington of a conspiracy to keep behind bars and tied his legal travels to the refusal to cooperate with the us plan aimed at toppling noriega's leftist sandinista government in the eighties yeah i mean it's it's crazy when you think of the neighborhoods that were bombed out what happened how he was eventually smoke out and how many people died moon did and all of that in ten what happened in panama all right now it's time for the other side in just a few minutes here on america tonight with me delaney join the.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Dictator manuel noriega is being remembered as a ruthless strongman of volatile cia operative and of brash drug trafficker noriega was removed from office when the nineteen eighty nine us invasion of panama he died last night in a panamanian hospital after complications from brain surgery he was eighty three in paris carry khan has more manuel noriega ruled panama through much of the ninety navies crushing democratic rule at home running drugs and money laundering operations for colombian drug traffickers and maintaining under radical alliance with the us this guy is a very very shrewd operator former journalist john dingell wrote the book our man in panama that noriega and is complicated relationship with the americans he was a very very important asset for the cia to keep track of what was going on in central america noriega was the us backed anticommunist efforts in both nicaragua now salvador at the time says dennis always more an opportunist than ideolog noriega also managed to maintain good relations with the us is number one communist enemy in the hemisphere cuba's fidel castro but nineteen eighty five us patients with noriega seemed to run out evidence mounted at this prolific drug trafficking in alliances with colombian cocaine smugglers while noriega's illicit fortune ballooned growing as high as three hundred million dollars according to us prosecutors noriega's love for womanising in whisky grew to as did is belligerence toward the us liking this infamous political rally in the late nineteen navies when the dictator brandished a machete and defy us pressure on him to stand down this machete represents the dignity of the lift panama a gallup has repeatedly struck the weapon on the podium in late december nineteen eighty nine and unarmed us soldier was killed that set the stage or was the skis many analysts said for george h w bush to invade panama as president i have no higher obligation than to safeguard the lives of the american citizens and that is why at our armed forces to protect the lives of american citizens in panama and bring general noriega the justice in the united states at the time it was the biggest us military operations since the vietnam war twenty seven thousand troops quickly toppled panama small defense forces twenty three americans died as did hundreds.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Radio favorites here on news talk eleven thirty wins sin but i wonder if anyone has the manuel noriega torture play list now there is something to this and he broke he broke like a like a cheap vase there is no such thing as a cheap vases vases isn't that's right anyway manuel broke down his he couldn't stand listening to heavy metal anymore was heavy metal that did a man no he's more of a white sports coat and a pink carnation guy that's for sure maybe the four lads are the letterman that's a manuel noriega soundtrack that would be his playlist but now they kept cramming this heavy metal music they broken down and finally surrendered and obviously the rest is history he has served the rest of his life in prison i do believe that's where he was when he died is there a song are there are some tunes that should you ever become a prisoner holed up in the vatican embassy as a strong man for a country in revolution home are there songs that that would do you win a you know i surrender lease no more paul anka i can hear sees adding my baby another time no nothing from seventy's gold the best of bread my brother used to have a.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"I wonder if this song would be on the list how does this less catch this is this is the new way that is the nineteen early nineteen eighties lewis stuff the the crap that we are all subjected to at that time what's the list or you're just talking about manuel noriega the strong man from panama the pockmarked strongman parents who really didn't have the axing ten manuel was growing up but nevertheless he's dead in case you're keeping score at home noriega is dead and yes i do believe he was in jail at that time from nineteen eighty nine basically when he was in custody on have you ever gotten a a song stuck in your head that of course we all i want to know the person who has not gotten a song stuck in his or her head because you are one of the very fortunate people you wanna dial up let me know i'd love to hear from you and then what i'm going to do is i'm going to try to stick a song in your head let's do that scotland stick a song in someone's head who claims that he or she has never had a song stuck in his or her head and i bring all of this up because you remember that i remember this like it was yesterday and it's almost thirty years ago now it's amazing to me noriega by the way was eighty three died after complications following brain surgery but uh remember he was trying to influence elections don't bring that up again and did and actually really did was a drug trafficker he was just a bad nasty do his regime was killing people left and right anyway everyone this is from the bbc music torture how heavy metal broke manuel noriega everyone has at least one song that sets their teeth on edge oh i have many and the list is too long to mention here but what is used lost.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Do you know manuel noriega is yet i do i know the name but i don't know specifically as his he he ran panama panama notable george w george h bush who you know back in the day piled around with noriega we don't know exactly what they did although noriega claimed at the time that he had george herbert walker bush by the testicles i don't know if you use that word he may have said wave votes and uh he we invaded panama and was at eighty seven or eighty eight you know here uh i believe it must have been after eighty eight because it was a bush are yes and to get him out to basically where him out as he was barricaded in the panamanian version i guess of the white house uh military forces played guns in roses van halen at and um well yeah i think it was a panama actually they kept playing and my friend larry little heavy of that and say a few the amazing thing about that is that just sounds like a like a normal to for tuesday and worcester radio that's just throw it's like obnoxious jocks the middle i mean i i the idea that you would like i can't stand this this rock and roll music is just seems like apartment living but nevertheless noriega came out went to jail and died today or i guess may be over the weekend at eighty three and he was basically the the narko banker for everybody the cia pablo escobar like that was his function yeah i mean i i didn't really dig into it but it's not quite clear to me why we didn't hear more about uh herbert walker bush uh but uh after that in terms of his relationship to noriega i feel like my little bit a tunnel vision on his historical thanks.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Manuel noriega the one time dictator panama has died at the age of eighty three and here's carry con reports noriega was an ally of the us but was later ousted by american forces in the nineteen eighty nine invasion of central american country during his rule he was a key ally to the us in its fight against leftist insurgents nicaraguan now salvador allowing panama to be a training ground for american back soldiers and he provided a secret back channeled cuba's fidel castro but to the growing ire of the us noriega also sold arms to leftist guerrillas in central america allow panama to be a key conduit for colombian cocaine smugglers and was a ruthless dictator at home in nineteen eighty nine the us invaded panama noriega serve nearly twenty years in prison then jailed in france and ultimately back in panama until his death terry con npr news president trump's communications director is resigning but is still expected to stay on to assist with a transitional little longer that's the word today from white house chief of staff reince priebus in a statement about michael dell case decision to step down he tendered his resignation earlier this month and this all coming is trump's administration comes under greater federal scrutiny for its alleged ties to russia moscow has accused of meddling in the presidential election this is npr news from kqed news i'm brian watt the fate of a controversial development project in vallejo could be decided this week.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on KOIL
"The panamanian is dead at eighty three all manuel noriega has now officially become an earthly absentee once holed up in a fortress now he rock and rigor mortis asuman temperature from his pockmarked face down to his military boots so it's time to say so long man to that panamanian strongman i got them face chuck for the greatest say nato the hate is gets we ain't gonna see him nato whose at one dead dictate boos made a fortune of cocaine and more added hugh spadafore was viewed much disdain but now faces nor moreover he would just a little crazy factor most everybody could conform now it portion of the days is and serving as allucaneat buffet for all the warm he was a complicated guy said kiss my ass now we kiss goodbye manuel noriega begin to take that big eternal snows he done wearing kickabout you which is god way of saying forget about it the ultimate example of major's very similar to as i have the word various admitted to the news liberals hello well eurozone blah we'll make room for the allman brothers ooh no yeah there you go small yeah yes.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on WCHS
"Open wounds former military dictator manuel noriega has died at the age of eighty three beckett eighteen eighty nine president george hw bush announced the invasion of panama in response to threats against us citizens and democratically elected leaders there any attempts have been made to resolve this crisis through diplomacy in negotiations all were rejected by the dictator of panama general manuel noriega an indicted drug trafficker noriega was brought back to the us cents to forty years in prison in that sense later reduced to thirty years he died at a hospital in panama big scuffle in texas state house on monday agencies kenneth moton explains texas house wall street journal monday in a heated facetoface rulli chevron each other the reverse massive protests in the building sparked by a tough new antismoking warne taxes it would gop representatives met rinaldi all sides were emotional told his colleagues he called for demonstrators democratic representative poncho navarra the fact is he's asking for chaos came on the last day of the session kenneth moton abc news washington back in washington there were reports of a possible white house shakeup as president trump throws his full support behind senior adviser and soninlaw jared kushner white house is now retooling its communication strategy to deal with the constant drip of russia's stories one thing we know they're considering fewer on camera faceoff with the press agencies mary bruce at the white house president trump dedicating his first memorial day address as commander in chief a cabinet secretary and two other families who lost loved ones while serving in the armed forces two carbombings in iraq have left at least two.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on KOIL
"Military dictator manuel noriega has died he was eighty three abc's aaron katersky has more each year panamanians marquee ouster of manuel noriega in an american invasion ordered by then president bush general noriega turned himself in to us authorities in panama noriega spent more than twenty years hit american in iranian prisons for drug trafficking and money laundering before he returned to panama in more recent years to serve time for corruption and killing political opponents he has to pay for everything that he did hear this man said at the time all the mistakes that he committed in this country in twenty fifty noriega apologized for actions by his military regime he was allowed out of prison for treatment of a hemorrhage aaron katersky abc news president trump offered the nation's boundless gratitude for the ultimate sacrifice they by americans in defense of the united states it was the president's first memorial day address as commander in chief what are you look for potential romantic partner a nice smile a sense of humor abc's daria albinger says if a lot of people were honest they would added decent fico scored that list which date someone you know has a poor credit score a survey by bank rate found four in ten people say knowing that might make them think twice so how do you find out analysts makes the terraces one way is to mention you challenges another way by saying sown so that i know hera heart pain builder anti gee i i hope that ever happened to me you'll have you is that ever happened with you but don't do it on the first stage definitely not ask your date whether or not they would provide their crash corker that's a really good way to end the birthday daria albinger abc news and.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on KDOW
"Dallas fort worth these were the economy is on fire and projected to be one of the fastest growing metros over the next two decades for information go to tom olsen properties dot com that's tom wilson properties dot com it's habitforming have you catey hill doubling palo alto san jose san francisco bay area's business leaders hazardous yeah with srn news i'm val deore former panamanian dictator manuel noriega has passed away according to a source close to his family there's no immediate information on the cause of death he has been very ill as death occuring late monday more from correspondent l mayo courage panamanian president juan carlos murillo wrote in his twitter account but the death of manuel noriega closes a chapter in history but one time us ally was also this panama's dictator by an american invasion ignited eighty nine noriega served a seventeen year drugs ends later in the united states he spent the first twenty years following his ouster in the united states and french jails and the last years of his life in a panamanian prison for the murder of political opponents during his ninety eighty three through nineteen eighty nine regime manuel noriega was eighty three years old now mayo in washington a mississippi teens says his life was saved delays 18yearold cousin who shielded him from police when a gunman entered the home and burke haven early sunday fifteenyearold caleb edward stock associated press on monday with his mother biocide he says he was shielded by his cousin jordan blackwell who was shot to death came eleven year old brother austin edwards also killed in the mass shooting lincoln county sheriff's employees zack harvest in says deputy william durres one of eight people killed late saturday night was a religious person he loved the good lord he loved delay children to the good lore he was a natural born south another good lord here at the department any than in charge he served in investigators say thirty five year old willy cory god bowl well he charged with one count of capital murder seven counts of firstdegree murder if you think travel was cramp last summer dissuade for the next couple of months forecast say two thousand seventeen will be the busiest summer ever.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Surgery had a median president juan carlos varela also riding on his twitter account quote the death of manuel noriega closes a chapter in our history and nineteen denied that one time us ally was ousted as panama's dictator by us invasion in what was then the largest american military action since the vietnam war noriega later served a seventeen year drug sentence in the united states fox's kelly right president trump's america first strategy is not sitting well with some european leaders after his first foreign trip german chancellor angela merkel says the us is no longer a reliable partner president shared a tense lengthy handshake with newly elected french president emmanuel macron he told the french publication quote my handshake with president trump was not innocent not the alpha and the omega of a policy but a moment of truth we must show that we will not make small concessions even symbolic once and as the g7 gathered in sicily to discuss the paris accord on climate change mirko says there discussion of that topic with president trump left the group six against one the president says he will decide this week whether to withdraw the us from that climate agreement fox's richardson in washington president trump on his first memorial day in office saluting those he calls real heroes can never repaid them but we can always remember and today that is what we are doing we remember that arlington national cemetery yesterday the president laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns fox news.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"So riding on his twitter account quote the death of manuel noriega closes a chapter in our history and nineteen eighty nine the one time us ally was ousted as panama's dictator by us invasion in what was then the largest american military action since the vietnam war noriega later served a seventeen year drugs sentence in the united states fox's kelly right president trump's america first strategy is not sitting well with some european leaders after his first foreign trip german chancellor angela merkel says the us is no longer a reliable partner president shared a tense lengthy handshake with newly elected french president emmanuel macron he told the french publication quote my handshake with president trump was not innocent not the alpha and omega of a policy but a moment of truth we must show that we will not make small concessions even symbolic once and as the g7 gathered in sicily to discuss the paris accord on climate change mirko says they're discussion of that topic with president trump left the group six against one the president says he will decide this week whether to withdraw the us from that climate agreement fox's richardson in washington president trump on his first memorial day in office saluting those he calls real heroes we can never repaid them but we can always remember and today that is what we are doing we remember that arlington national cemetery yesterday the president ling a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns fox news.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Former panamanian dictator and drug kingpin manuel noriega's die saddam hussein there was manuel noriega who had the world's drug trafficking and who do war by attacking americans was born in nineteen thirty four noriega rose through panama's army allying himself with the cia but also getting rich as it came to power in panama disallowing us covert operations there in threatening access to the panama canal fox's edmund brown the one time us ally was ousted his panama's dictator by an american invasion in nineteen eighty nine later serving a seventeen your drug sentence in the us he was eighty three a new law banning sanctuary cities in texas sparking protests in the state's capitol buildings hundreds of protesters marched in the capitol building to rally against the for the state's new law banned sanctuary cities that's an republican state lawmaker not rinaldi announced he had called ice on the protesters democratic lawmaker says are block as his rinaldi told him the difference between their immigrant backgrounds is that his loves the country lanka says he defended as he has served in the military and minimum he should apologize to to the body because uh the texas house of representatives is better than uh his actions he has disgrace this body rinaldi's placed in bullied and someone threatened to kill him other democratic lawmakers said it was rinaldi make threats and kirsten fox's jessica rosenthal president trump visiting arlington national cemetery on the memorial day honoring the hundreds of thousands of men and women who gave their lives and service of the country we pay tribute to those brave cells who raced into guns roared into bat and ran into hell the safes down easily president also taking part in a researcher morning at the tomb of the unknowns fox news.
"manuel noriega" Discussed on WWL
"Man he was ruthless despot a dictator spy eventually tried and convicted as a drug dealer manuel noriega ruled panama with an iron hand and for a time with us backing igad died in a panama city hospital yesterday here's cbs news foreign affairs analyst pamela falls strongman was a term practically coined to panamanian general manuel noriega a former cia operative and partner of the us whose rise to power as a tyrant and the fist behind civilian presidents led to his involvement in extensive drug trafficking a us invasion and his in bench will imprisonment spent seventeen years in us prisons much of the rest of his life in panamanian jails for murder but will noriega was eighty three tiger woods out of jail and sorry he was picked up ford driving under the influence near resolve in florida your cbs news correspondent map piper in his statement the forty one yearold says he's sorry and takes full responsibility for his actions would says he wants the public to know that alcohol was not involved in his dui arrest which led it in jail for four hours monday morning he claims an unexpected reaction mixed prescription pills affected is driving he says he expects more from himself and apologizes to his fans friends and family would says he'll do everything in his power to be sure it does not happen again that piper cbs news north korea says tests of its ballistic missiles are going quite well in fact it now claims they can get as close as twenty three feet of a target but it's not supposed to be testing such rockets the un is threatening sanctions cbs news correspondent ben tracy president trump waiting on twitter saying that north korea's latest missile shows great disrespect for its neighbor china the president wants china to keep pressuring north korea to give up its weapons program by what china wants is for the us and north korea to stop the sabrerattling.