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Trump-Kim summit: Words angering North Korea

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:48 min | 3 years ago

Trump-Kim summit: Words angering North Korea

"Perfect meanwhile the british premier will hold a parliamentary version her you withdrawal bill in june setting the scene for a showdown between factions of her conservative party last night spanish prime minister mariano rajoy won a crucial parliamentary vote to pass a longdelayed budget for the country beanbags maria today oh reports a proven the budget will give the spanish primer some recite as he tries to short support for his minority government damaged by the catalan independence crisis and a series of corruption scandals as of the budget is promising to boost pay for pensioners and lowincome workers maurya today bloomberg daybreak europe madrid and north korea is again threatening to cancel the trump came summit if americans that it gave up nuclear weapons the us president has also cast further doubt on the meeting saying there's a very substantial chance it won't happen but trump says we'll know more soon very well happen but whatever it is that we will know next week about singapore and if we go i think it'll be a great thing for north korea sunday a date will absolutely happen it could very well be june twelfth we'll see we'll know next week global news twenty four hours a day on air net take 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 marcus thanks very much indeed sandra time now for your morning sports i'm gonna kick it off with the crickets has joe townsend somerset cricketer dumbass will make his england debut in the first task against pakistan south and logs this morning the twenty year old off spinner was a surprise call up having played just sixteen county championship matches england looking to recover from a poll winter for losing test series against australia and new zealand josh portland been recalled as a specialist batsman having consistently impressed in limited overs.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The road in shanghai with china's mistress dispel us some say there isn't a dull tree epidemic here and a new industry has taken hold two separate cheating husbands from their extramarital affairs that can involve some pretty extreme methods find out more at assignment after the news bbc news catalonia's former separatist leader has declared that the spanish state has been defeated in elections in his region separatist parties have kept to slim though reduced majority of seats in the regional assembly the party of the spanish prime minister mariano rajoy recorded its worst ever result in catalonia the peruvian parliament has voted not to impeach the president that the republicans ski before voting they held a 10hour debate on allegations of corruption against him there was scenes of delight in the chamber says his supporters congratulated each other he had accused the opposition of trying to mount a coup saudi arabia says the un general assembly has clearly stated that the united states doesn't have the right to recognize jerusalem as a capital of israel the comment came from the saudi ambassador to the un after the assembly's overwhelming vote against that us decision the north korean leader kim jongun has boasted that his country now represents a substantial nuclear threat to the united states his remarks came on the day the un security council is due to vote on tougher sanctions against pyongyang scientists say they've made significant advances in the fight against stem rust a fungal disease that destroys sweet they say their findings will aid the development of new strains of wheat that resists the blight one of two us girls convicted of stabbing a classmate to a piece of fictional internet horror character slender man has been sentenced to twenty five years in a mental elsewhere two she was twelve at the time with the attack three years ago britain will get a new passport in 2019 when it leaves the european union the government says it will return to the dark blue and go document that was used before the burgundy paneuropean design came in nearly thirty years ago bbc news a chinese civil servant and his mistress are entering a bedroom the.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The second quarter the department said that while it was impossible to estimate the overall impact of hurricane higher they and armagh on third quarter gdp preliminary estimates show that the backtoback storms had caused losses of one hundred twenty one billion and privately owned fixed assets and ten point four billion in government own fix that assets the economists polled by reuters had forecast the economy growing at a two point five percent pace in the third quarter excluding inventory investment the economy grew at a two point three percent rate slowing from the second quarter two point nine percent pace with poster king labourmarket retail sales and industrial production data already showing an acceleration in underlying economic activity today's report will probably have no impact on monetary policy in the near future they say so the ingo eumember a it wasn't an obama that said we never get back to three percent growth we just forget then and this is the new normal well guess what the moroc we got a new new normal highlight kim apples uh catalonia has declared independence from spain the spanish government move to impose direct rule over catalonia today stripping the region of its autonomy less than an hour after its parliament declared independence in a stunning show of defiance to madrid although the capitaland declaration appears to be a doom gesture both sides moves take spain's worst political crisis for decades to a new and possible dangerous level so i don't know what's going to happen we have the prime minister mariano rajoy called for calm said the rule of law would be restored in catalonia by the way just as little aside some of the book the first face of janice takes place in catalonia this just won't let you know let's valencia forget areas and and those areas on the mediterranean so just as the gratuitous plug for the book the first face gents if you will cut off what else we going on west basically it folks dr carefully hope you enjoyed the show now we have an x through the day coming up merrill matthews dr mural matthews to you resident scholar with the institute for policy innovation democrats dig for russian connection and uncover environmentalists so we'll talk about that will be coming up at thirty after the.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Yes this is the bbc world service with me manuel telegraph sac and in business uh i think of the most disturbing thing you've ever come across on the internet monique thousand times it's what come moderators have to watch as part of their job day in day out that the unsung heroes of the web filtering out its most offensive content yet the tech industry doesn't trump in their existence find out why after the news bbc news with david austin the iranian president hassan rouhani is visiting the area devastated by sunday's powerful earthquake which killed more than four hundred people twelve thousand residential buildings were destroyed many who lost their homes spent a second night in the open in nearfreezing temperatures president trump has left the philippines following a fivenation tour of east asia before leaving manila he said he told his hosts the united states was willing to increase trade but he said all countries dealing with the us know the rules have changed south korean doctors of fighting to say the life of a north korean soldier who was shot by his own side as he crossed the two countries heavily fortified border the soldier was hit at least five times from a hail of bullets fired by north korean guards afghan officials say at least twenty two police have been killed in a series of clashes with taliban militants in the southern province of kandahar they said malaysia five taliban were also killed the spanish prime minister mariano rajoy has accused the ousted catalan leader countless putin demange playing the victim in the campaign for next month's regional elections he told spanish radio that mr putin demont had chosen to go to brussels while his colleagues had taken a different quotes the environmental group greenpeace is taking the norwegian government to court in also today for issuing oil exploration licences despite having ratified the paris agreement to limit climate change the group's leader in norway said global energy companies had already discovered more oil and gas than the world could safely burn football fans in italy a taking stock of the fact that their national team will not play in the world cup finals for the first time since 1958 italian newspapers expressed shock at the team's failure to qualify for next year's tournament that's the latest bbc news gene gene.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Kouyate tent but aqua is rejecting a wall street journal report alleging that it took part in discussions to forcibly remove glenn from his pennsylvania compound and bring him to turkey the embassy statement says quote all allegations that turkey would resort to means external to the rule of law for grew lynn's extradition are utterly false ludicrous and groundless the journal reported that special counsel robert muller's investigation discovered that former trump national security advisor michael flynn and his son were offered as much as fifteen million dollars to kidnap bulin flynn's attorney also denies the report peter kenyon npr news is dental spanish prime minister mariano rajoy insane cannelloni are today his visit comes after hundreds of thousands clogged the streets of barcelona to demand the release of catalonian leaders detained over the regents push for independence are hoyas urging those opposed to catalan independence to vote in next month's regional elections this is npr news in washington about three hundred migrants had been rescued off spain's mediterranean coast lauren frheir reports there's a rush to cross the sea to europe before winter arrives there were at least ten separate rescues this weekend of migrants crossing the mediterranean sea from north africa to spain it's just nine miles across at the closest point between morocco in southern spain but the currents are dangerous and temperatures are plummeting photos taken by spain's maritime service show african migrants huddled under red cross blankets on the deck of rescue vessel another shows about twenty men crowded into a rubber raft designed for three or four people only europe's border agency says the number of migrants arriving in spain has nearly tripled so far this year compared to last for npr news i'm lauren frier and madrid prince charles led the annual british rememberance sunday ceremony today to honor those killed in world war one and other conflicts.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on No Agenda

"I do not want a situation where tomorrow the eu is made up of ninety five different states ymca set french president diamantara i call also said that he was fully supportive of spanish prime minister mariano rajoy enroll in angola mirko spokesman stephane cyber said the german government does not recognize such a declaration of independence adding that berlin supported the clear position of our hoyas in a speech to restore calm and order xiaomi shell the prime minister of belgium who faces flemish separatism tweeted the politica crisis can only be soul food dialogue we call for a peaceful solution with respect for national international order finally gianni pittella the head of the socialist group in the european parliament tweeted this sat day for europe we show our support in our solidarity with the socialist party in spain and all the spanish people it's obvious that this is not something the eu mothership is happy about and as i was talking with one of my driver's abradriver man was a cab driver and the sky was he was from ankara hadn't lived there and see lives in home sixteen read the dutch citizen but all have the fund the turkish accent the rupiah tune in iraq hud tune into what he say and and we're speaking english and he says this is all too fast that happened to fastest wise no one seeing the obvious what do you mean seeing the obvious this is like arab spring this is something going on this is european springs look at what's happening is happy to be talking about everywhere it's popping up as popping up as that huh well that's very interesting 'cause i will say although catalonia of course has been brewing for a long time it it it has some similarities with the arab spring member star in tunisia and it was clearly perosio provocateurs at work everywhere and there were on the price of bread in the end there were all kinds of reasons while those egypt all kinds of reasons of this happened in the book where we are now that you know we had we're in syria with the god knows how many people all kinds of stuff just started popping often now we killed the gaddafi in a lot of things happen so so what if we view this in that light what if we view.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on NPR News Now

"The captain i'm pleased t will receive the oldest from madrid and the region's president faces prosecution the prime minister mariano rajoy has argued he had no choice but to take this unprecedented step to protect spain's unity and democracy gates what madrid insists was an illegal referendum utah senator orrin hatch says the trump administration is planning to accept the recommendation of interior secretary ryan zinke and schrank one of the newest national monument spares ears in southeastern utah judy phase of member station k you we are in salt lake city says hatches remarks are drawing a mixed reaction republican senator orrin hatch says he got a surprise phone call from the president to discuss shrinking beers years from one point three million acres to a size yet to be determined film i mean is the same one county commissioner who says a land doesn't have to be a monument to be protected but i'm glad that we have president trump warned i have faith that they're gonna do ripen environmental groups say the move would be a legal and they'll fight it around two and a half million americans told the interior department that they want monuments like bears years to remain intact for npr news i'm judy phase in salt lake city none you're listening to npr news defense secretary james mattis says he cannot imagine the us ever accepting a nuclear north korea mattis spoken soul today as part of his weeklong trip to asia he's been stressing that diplomacy is the us's preferred course but he warned north korea that its military is no match for the us south korean alliance.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on NPR News Now

"The contract is drawing criticism from a growing number of lawmakers and the homeland security department has confirmed that federal auditors are reviewing it more rallies expected to play out today in spain as the spanish government moves to implement emergency measures to counter friday's declaration of independence by catalonia the bbc's sarah rains for debris ports set direct rule by madrid will continue until regional elections called for in december as separatists celebrated in the streets of barcelona the government here announced it was implementing dive exlude and for the region starting by dissolving its parliament's andrew leaving its leaders from power the captain i'm pleased t will receive that old oldest from madrid and the region's president faces prosecution the prime minister met mariano rajoy has alqady had no choice but to take this unprecedented step to protect spain's unity and democracy gates what madrid insists was an illegal referendum that putting the takeover palm into action is fraught with risk it's likely the government will have to use force at some point to impose its control and that will inflame this crisis even thought though the bbc's sarah raynsford and you're listening to npr news the british ambassador to the united nations accusing russia of impeding international efforts to shut down syria's chemical weapons program in 2013 president putin committed to ensuring syria dismantle this chemical weapons program we are gravely disappointed that in spite of vis russia continues to block action on chemical weapons use in syria through its vetoes and his office gatien new united nations report released this week says the syrian government led by president bashar al assad is to blame for a deadly chemical attack in april their prompted a retaliatory us missile strike officials in wood county west virginia saint industrial fired a plastics warehouse has been burning since last weekend is about ninety percent extinguish but dave mr tr west virginia public broadcasting reports had emergency officials still aren't sure about the makeup of materials stored at the warehouse concerns still linger for some residents over airquality despite continued monitoring by state officials in west virginia in ohio as well as contracted environmental consultants.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on WDRC

"By the ad council two two sanctuary cities ordered to cooperate with federal immigration enforcement efforts say they will not new york city mayor bill de blasio in philadelphia mayor jim kenney informed doj they have no intention of providing information by sunday's imposed deadline to prove they are not impeding federal immigration enforcement justice has threatened both cities for the cutoff of millions in federal grants officials with us immigration and customs enforcement or ice say the enforcement posture of sanctuary cities is indeed endangering citizens in those communities actually james rosen at attorney general jeff sessions says cities the doled help with the enforcement of immigration laws are endangering the public spain cracking down on efforts by the catalonia region to break away madrid now taking direct control of catalonia and firing the reach of the defiant separatist government prime minister mariano rajoy has dissolved the catalan and regional parliaments at least nine police officers have been killed today have separate attacks on two police checkpoints in eastern afghanistan the taliban claimed responsibility for them days before halloween a neighborhood divided dover decorations some folks not getting into the halloween spirit in one suburb of new york city be kinds this is halloween you could be silly but this needs to be removed this is teaching his children and everyone else's children to be evil that's theresa gucci ardo perry who says she's bothered by a spooky seen on one homeowners lawn in court link manner getting political the headstone reading quote de trump burn in hell and there is a body in trash bags surrounded by crime scene tape gucci ardo perry who is also a trump supporter says it's in bad taste but other neighbors say they're not bothered he deserves said be able to put up whatever kind of display he wants and i'm supportive of it the homeowner reportedly leaving the decorations where they are joy piazza fox news lebron texas high school football broadcasters sacked for using racial slurs african american players opposing team but jack of fox news radio fifty six.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The peaceful and reasonable thing that he did of sending in the banished police to prevent people from going to the polls seizing confiscating ballots confiscating ballot boxes and having the spanish police rough people up at least eight hundred catalans wild up going to hospitals to get treated for injuries for all some of the crackdown the peaceful and reasonable crackdown according to mariano rajoy billionth that always what government declares ticket government always declares itself peaceful in reasonable here very low hasre cops shooter guy was he's getting his wallet out of the front seat of his car so was already punishment no the police investigated themselves the they they said the officer acted completely reasonably and within the confines of of of all of our policy here in new hampshire where we're broadcasting fromn every criminal charge after they wind up reading your what the charges and the uh the specifics of the charge they always say against the peace and dignity of the state doesn't matter what did your charged with an expired parking meter where you did illegally parked in a parking spot old by the city of villa and the blake which is along the way against the peace and dignity of the state view possessed a plant in violation of our as they fill in the blank against the peace and dignity of the state the halt note the state as an institution has neither peaceful nor dignified have you heard this an entity even have dig dini in the first place i don't know but let alone one that you know only enforces its rules based on nieto a monopoly of violence and a geographic area i contend that's neither peaceful nor dignify absolutely not apply yet if you were to ask the prosecutor how is this peaceful and dignified objection sustained you're you're crossing align here if you continue contempt of court because reasons continuing odd to hear prime minister mariano rajoy the prime minister of spain has pledged to quash the separatist called a cabinet meeting to agree on the measure he would take quote spade as a serious country a great nation and we will not allow some people to blow up our constitution zach had only is this most serious selves almost like subjects donnas ross we're serious country our great nation we're not going to allow people to blow up our constitution he.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"The the peaceful and reasonable thing that he did of sending in the spanish police to prevent people from going to the polls seizing confiscating ballads confiscating ballot boxes and having the spanish police rough people up at least eight hundred cattle ends while about going to hospitals to get treated for injuries from some of the crackdown the peaceful and reasonable crackdown according to mariano rajoy vision that always what government declares ticket government always declares itself peaceful in reasonable liu has served cops shooter guy was he's getting his wallet out of the front seat of his car so was already punishment no the police investigated themselves the they they said the officer acted completely reasonably and within the confines of of of all of our policy here and new hampshire where we're broadcasting fromn every criminal charge after they wind up reading now what the charges and the the specifics of the charge they always say against the peace and dignity of the state doesn't matter what are your charged with an expired parking meter or where you did illegally parked in a parking spot owned by the city of fill in the blake which is along the way against the peace and dignity of the state view possessed a plant in violation of our fill in the blank against the peace and dignity of the state while note the state as an institution is neither peaceful nor dignified had he has an entity even have dignity in the first place i don't know who it let alone one leads nieto only enforces its rules based on new a monopoly of violence in a geographic area i contend that neither peaceful dignify absolutely not yet if you were to ask the prosecutor now now had how is this peaceful and dignified objection sustained you're you're crossing align here if you continue contempt of court because reasons continuing on hair prime minister mariano rajoy the prime minister of spain has pledged to quash the separatist told a cabinet meeting to agree on the measure he would take quote spain is a serious country a great nation and we will not allow some people to blow up our constitution zach had alone is no serious sounds almost like something donnas rush would we're a serious country our great nation we're not going to allow people to blow up our constitution he.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I was a world of national news headlines and on the name of studios wants to these on an extraordinary day in catalonia cory sales of thousands of people attacked a central square in barcelona after the catalan regional parliament voted to declare independence from spain but spanish prime minister mariano rajoy is saying not so fast cory has come out against you you could play would come to play strong statement fired government a hugh cold election porta cemetery 21st did not far away um you he'll need to be dealt with quickly bloomberg madrid bureau chief charles panties says roy had said he could call elections within six months president trump's council of economic advisers is forecasting that a twenty percent corporate tax rate would grow the economy three to five per sent bloomberg serve chapman reports from washington to the proposal to allow companies to write off certain capital investments immediately would also contributive according to the council's chairman kevin has it we were proposing a big demandstimulus than it could very well lead to inflation an overheating economy but this is a supplyside stimulus which will increase product timothy and wages without creating inflationary fears the three percent the lot of it has been driven by business optimism i think because one the president has deregulated economy into because they expect the tax cut this year acid is confident corporate money will return from tax havens abroad for investment at home in washington nerve chapman bloomberg radio.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A coalition that want to break away from spain catalonia courses that dynamic economy comprises about twenty percent of the overall crash economy at an artist paying for hundreds of me here's an quite a bit of speculation that acquitted him on today will declare independence yeah told bullwork that declaration of independence actually made it is it legal doesn't matter took us through it took us through how this is going to play out two could play out well first it might bring joy two thousand quarters who are occupying outside the parliament building in barcelona what is the catalan capital and to an an estimated two million are more catalan that accord independent let me remind you to the population of corona seven and a half million what will be madrid bonn the central government in madrid has proposed more than a dozen measures deport cut alania to obey banner law and central government which is led by prime minister mariano rajoy the conservative party head going to take measures to attain tenet also in madrid at tomorrow morning friday where they will likely be approved competition doesn't provide any region to unilaterally break away so separatism is illegal according to more trump scholar and to the central government which graham to to remove properly other cattle and government as a first step and that will very likely happen independent declared i might add another very key put beat the removal of the head of police in catalonia the region has don't forget about seventeen thousand officers the catalan police have been criticised output cut it on your for not cracking down on the illegal referendum ccri independent back on october first so when you have questions of loyalty among among armed elite dougherty these you become does madrid you take over that it would it would seem necessary to enforce takeover of the regional government okay todd let's see what they do delivered the soft and ainum lamont means four marianne award back in madrid told what our correspondent on the ground that this on the day and spanish unemployment falls to a nine year low amid says catalonia in crises jobless rate dropped to sixteen point three percent is still double digit of a doubledigit unemployment in spain isn't it i mean yet but it's trump seventeen point two yes only a challenging economic environment if we just a look at where spanish acids are heading to.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The landslide victory wind paves the way for more easy monetary policy that has these stocks to the highest level in two decades and held asia's second biggest economy expand for six straight quarters secretary of state rex tillerson is cooling on european allies to support new us sanctions on iran his warning that countries doing business with tehran do so at their own risk symbols in riyadh for talks aimed at bolstering new alliance between the saudi arabia and iraq to county iran's growing influence in the region the diplomat said saudi arabia's leaders rebuffed his request to end the full month isolation of cutter the dispute has been going on since june when i saudiled block of full countries imposed economic restrictions against over its alleged support of terrorism tillerson said he cannot force negotiations on people who aren't ready to talk catalan separatists means in a few hours time to craft the reply to prime minister mariano rajoy let's off the spine announced an unprecedented drafted measures to stamp its authority on the rebel region kessler in president carlos put him on is set to be ousted by the national government within days but has vowed to fight on he's allies are signalling he could declare independence as soon as this week a lack of clarity around the briggs it is undermining confidence among manufacturers and dampening business investment say since a report by the s santander it found that factories invested six and a half percent of turn ivory new plan and machinery in the past two years has down from seven and a half to central in 2016 early one third of firms said brexit was having none impact on their plans the south china morning post says as many as five members of the nation's all powerful politburo standing committee may change when the communist party congress to end this week the report says the new lineup for the sevenseat group be revealed on wednesday without any president xi jinping and premier li peng's staying on the post also says cheese banking regulator guel shoot quing may be the named the next pbs governor global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm disney humphrey from red this is bloomberg.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"To go right the catalans ahead declared independence and according to again this from the bbc they say according to the opposition socialist who support the central government's stand against catalan independence the plan includes elections in catalonia in january by the spanish government spanish government is telling the catalans you're going to have new election threat because basically their argument is well these people who are running the catalonian government right now who support secession we're no longer going to consider them to be legitimate and we're going to replace them with people who are more into our system there's a more indepth article fraud the uk telegraph that i will get into about the actual elections here but this bbc article says the spanish central government has said that they will trigger article 155 on saturday and it's going to be the first time that article 155 has ever been in vote in the spanish government as it currently is constituted is what about forty years old i think it was the late seventies seventy eight when they came to be so not exactly the newest nation the oldest nation out there other moves may include taking over catalan regional police force a referendum again the referendum held on october first was deemed illegal by the spanish government and actually mariano rajoy says there was no vote was illegal for them to vote i don't know what the people were doing that day but they weren't voting because we said they could vote around it's just yet right they'll take it seriously although obviously they're taking it seriously they moved in to cruise ships full of police had people getting beaten up because they were trying to go not vote apparent it sounds pretty serious to me and right now jumping over to by the way around member the old saying if voting changed anything they'd make it illegal and what did they try to do here tried to criminalise the people who are voting they went in they stole the ballots before voting even happened they win and they tried to seal off the voting locations today.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on AP News

"On how you buy catalunians leader carlos pushed amman said he would file a complaint against spanish police after offices fired rubber bullets smashed into polling stations and beat back protesters with batons during the independence referendum on sunday he called for international mediation and for the european union to stop looking the other way in the regions bid to secede from spain but spanish authorities commended police saying they acted professionally and that their response was proportionate and spain's interior minister set the five thousand extra offices to point to catalonia would stay as long as necessary consign officials say an overwhelming majority of votes is supported independence from spain but the central government in madrid has repeatedly condemned the referendum as illegal unconstitutional and invalid the eu and most governments in the 28 nation block haven't bank canceling his independence move men's many is scared it could unleash a wave of secessionist movements on the continent but pushed him on cold for the eu to consider cancelling his designed to break away from spain as a regional problem and urge spanish prime minister mariano rajoy his government to accept mediation for the ap i'm stephen hughes from the roof it will desk the supreme court is starting its first year with its newest justice neil gorsuch the justices are taking up several high profile cases last year there were shorthanded by justice antonin scalia as death the terms first argument is a major clash between businesses and their employees and focuses on how workers can complain about pay conditions and other issues his even before the justices take the bench the court is expected to reject hundreds of appeals that accumulated over the summer many important cases are on the docket including those the touch on gay rights and religious freedoms the government's ability to track people without search warrants and states' rights to allow betting unprofessional and college sports oj simpson is the free barely give a piece can rid of reports he was released from under better prison in the dark of light over the weekend former football legend was released on parole early sunday after nine years in prison for it'll tell room confrontation with two sports memorabilia dealers in las vegas in two.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on AP News

"Catalunians leader carlos pushed amman said he would file a complaint against spanish police after offices fired rubber bullets smashed into polling stations and beat back protesters with batons during the independence referendum on sunday he called for international mediation and for the european union into stoughton looking the other way in the regions bid to secede from spain but spanish authorities commended police saying they acted professionally and that their response was proportionate and spain's interior minister set the five thousand extra officers to poach catalonia would stay as long as necessary cuts on officials say an overwhelming majority of votes is supported independence from spain but the central government in madrid has repeatedly condemned the referendum as illegal unconstitutional and invalid the eu and most governments in the 28 nation block haven't bank canceling his independence movements many is scared it could unleash a wave of secessionist movements on the continent but pushed him on cold for the eu to consume the canceling his desire to break away from spain as a regional problem and urge spanish prime minister mariano rajoy his government to accept mediation for the ap i'm studios from the roof it will desk the supreme court is starting its first year with its newest justice neil gorsuch the justices are taking up several high profile cases last year there were shorthanded by justice antonin scalia as death the terms first argument is a major clash between businesses and their employees and focuses on how workers can complain about pay conditions and other issues even before the justices take the bench the court course expected to reject hundreds of appeals that accumulated over the summer many important cases are on the docket including those that touch on gay rights and religious freedoms the government's ability to track people without search warrants and states' rights to allow betting unprofessional and college sports oj simpson is the freeman give a ap's can rid of reports he was released from a about a prisoner in the dark of might over the weekend former football legend was released on parole early sunday after nine years in prison for hotel room confrontation with two sports memorabilia buehler's in las vegas from two thousand seven relief from love.

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"mariano rajoy" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"mariano rajoy" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Catalonia's regional government has declared a landslide win for the yes side in a disputed referendum on independence from spain lauren freer reports from barcelona it was midnight when catalan president carlos puji mont came out to address the day's events as a dutch we have won the right to be respected and heard he set his government says ninety percent voted for independence turnout was about fifty percent of eligible voters but antisecession parties had instructed their supporters to stay home it's impossible to know whether the results were valid given how spanish police disrupted the voting firing rubber bullets and tear gas nearly one thousand people were injured spanish prime minister mariano rajoy told reporters we did what we had to do against an illegal vote catalan leaders say they'll declare independence in the coming days for npr news online fair in barcelona relief efforts continue in puerto rico following hurricane maria there have been differing accounts of how well the relief effort is going and he puerto rican towns remain isolated half of puerto rico's customers still don't have drinking water you're listening to npr massachusetts highest court hears a case on addiction today at issue was whether people with a substance used disorder can be jailed to keep them drug free for member station wbur debra becker reports the case involves a twenty nine year old woman who was sent to jail after she failed a drug test wall on probation for larceny her attorney lisa newman paulk argues that relapse is part of the disease of addiction and it's unconstitutional to incarcerate someone for a medical condition if it worked to punish people for their addiction and for relapse we would have a cure nation the massachusetts attorney general argues that the disease model of addiction is not uniformly accepted and those with addiction retain quote the ability of choice.

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