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Scientist Jean Deenmamode on CDT testing

Goodbye to Alcohol

04:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Scientist Jean Deenmamode on CDT testing

"I expect is scientists zoll teen mom. Won't he's going to talk to us about the cdt test. When i was drinking the wine every i was vaguely where i was harming myself but because i never saw any proof of that i just have. Don't doing it now if my daughter had done a cdt tests on me and show me the results in black and white. I think that would have shocked me into making a change so this episode is all about explaining water. Cdt test is and how he can get one. I started our conversation by asking. You shown to tell me. But about himself and how he discovered the cdt test. Indeed well hello everybody at all your your listeners. Well i'm saw. I've been living in the uk for the boss forty three years now. It is based in london. And originally i was born in On the island of mauritius which is not too far from south africa answer. I'm matt familiar with a tropical southern hemisphere more so and in fact overrule was assessing this today at thirty two years diagnostic laboratory experience as both a clinical scientist and abide medical scientists. The latter requires more if you like getting once hints deji on the bench and doing the. We're kind of jokes. So i do enjoy that fall. Mole two thousand and eight. Somebody said to me to the test at school cdt. And i had no idea what city was what did did stateful at to me. It's something new that's coming out and we're commercialising it. It's to people who are at risk of chronic alcohol consumption and yet curiously. Why not and what. I was working there would be. People would come into the emergency department at night in the hospital and would have taken but nobody they would be smelling about. Also you could literally spend the or and you would think they'd be venturing or whatever so automatically. The doctors would have to ask for a request for a alcohol to be done. And this is a single time. Point measurement us through Might be and i saw. I render buys those samples. So i had no idea who they were and read these same samples anonymously on that cd on the liza and to my surprise i found out those who were testing negative for having consume alcohol when they were being admitted had this elevated cdt. And i couldn't understand why. And most of those who were drinking. And in fact where i imagine bhai now would be closed as chronic drinkers had both elevated auto an elevated cdt. So it became very mantra curiosity and between two thousand eight twenty ten. I did a lot of Of the swear in that manner. They went many samples private referral laboratories full on behalf of airline. Where taking it interest into this mollica. Because we're just the basic tests at started getting work from these companies. Also and i was invited to present some of my work in the netherlands in amsterdam in twenty twelve december so that was just after the olympics and unbeknownst to me there were representatives of the international federation of clinical chemistry present and this is known as the ifc see. This is the body that if you like it. It's full of international orla clinicians scientists and so on that all the blood test we have done in a laboratory. They approve that so that any tests that you have done that they approved so these people were there as representatives. Ocd the ifc members suggested that i joined the group which at the time they were trying to if you like rationalized how cdt was being done and make it a more recognized test. It was like sort of research. Talk to the time. So i did Issue like express my interest and by twenty fifteen. I ended up becoming a member of this working group and nothing lead. Did i just become a member. But in twenty eight thousand nine. They found myself being the chair of the ifc cdt working group which is an enormous platform personally for me and since then the icco's taken on bullet that a Full front to promote the test. Educate about the of cd

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Thousands march in Mauritius over dead dolphins, oil spill

News, Traffic and Weather

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Thousands march in Mauritius over dead dolphins, oil spill

"Have also marched on the capital of Mauritius and protest at the government's handling of a massive oil spill. After a Japanese tanker struck a coral reef. Dozens of dead dolphins have washed ashore in recent days. Julia McFarland, ABC News at the Foreign Desk in London. Finding the

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Thousands march in Mauritius over dead dolphins, oil spill

News, Traffic and Weather

00:11 sec | 3 months ago

Thousands march in Mauritius over dead dolphins, oil spill

"And thousands have also marched on the capital of Mauritius in protest of the government's handling of a massive oil spill. After a Japanese tanker struck a coral reef. Dozens of dead dolphins have washed ashore in recent

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Thousands march in Mauritius over dead dolphins, oil spill

KOGO Weekend News Edition

00:26 sec | 3 months ago

Thousands march in Mauritius over dead dolphins, oil spill

"Protested Saturday Mauritius over the government's slow response to an oil spill from a grounded Japanese shift and the alarming discovery of dozens of dead dolphins in recent days. The Mars peacefully through the capital Port Louis, a month after the ship struck a coral reef of the Indian Ocean Island nation. Later cracked under the pounding surf is built around 1000 tons of fuel and a fragile marine areas. One last

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Protest in Mauritius over oil spill, dozens of dead dolphins

MediConnect

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Protest in Mauritius over oil spill, dozens of dead dolphins

"Honking and drumming. Thousands of people have begun protesting in the capital of Mauritius over the government's handling of an oil spill from a grounded Japanese ship and the alarming discovery of dozens of dead dolphins in recent days. Peaceful protesters are waving the country's flag and holding up signs with messages such as You have no shame. They are marching through Port Louis a month after the ship struck a coral reef offshore and later cracked and spilled some 1000 tonnes of fuel oil into fragile marine areas.

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Mauritius: Anger and questions as 17 dead dolphins wash ashore

Not Too Shabby

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Mauritius: Anger and questions as 17 dead dolphins wash ashore

"17 Dolphins have been found dead on the beach is off Mauritius a month after a huge oil spill, the local authority said many other weak or dying dolphins that washed up on the shores weeks after an oil tanker ran aground. His Catherine Beera hunger. More visions woke up too shocking images on social media off lifeless dolphins lying on the sand. Others were struggling in the water close to death. Police say they have gathered up the caucuses on the post mortem will be carried out to work out why they died around 800 Times of oil poured into the pristine Mauritian waters after the Japanese MP Wakashoyo run aground last month. The government's decision to scupper parts of the ship was criticised by environmentalists.

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Mauritius must brace for 'worst case scenario' after oil spill

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:22 min | 3 months ago

Mauritius must brace for 'worst case scenario' after oil spill

"About the oil spill in Mauritius and the very human cost. So, we've had this story rollover at least for the last two weeks but the difficult decisions that were made or in incorrect at decisions that were made a probably going to haunt the people of militias for decades to come. So there was a cargo ship which struck a reef about three weeks ago it didn't stop leaking field for about ten days and nobody did anything about it knowing The risk and that ingredient is now in place a, the captain of the ship has been arrested but the devastation for people of Mauritius is is just unfolding and you and Bloomberg is talking about the very human cost in terms of local fishermen who are being directly affected by all this. Yeah. We know that Mauritius is a big hub for tourism which will be affected because. People to access that area and the the livelihoods of everybody else is dependent very much on a fishing and generation. This is we're talking decades and decades of lives and families who've lived off the fish from the on going to be able to do that in that region anymore

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Mauritius arrests captain of Japanese ship that spilled oil

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

Mauritius arrests captain of Japanese ship that spilled oil

"Arrested the captain of the Japanese ship that ran aground last month of vessel spilled more than 1000 tons of oil into the island nation's pristine waters. Of my Borg lagoon, environmental groups were on the damage to coral reefs may be irreversible.

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"mauritius" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"mauritius" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"16 An ecological disaster is unfolding, you're protected areas of the Indian Ocean, A grounded ship that's leaked tons of oil near the island nation of Mauritius has now split apart. There are questions about who's going to pay for the cleanup as correspondent Corey and Joji reporter to Japanese companies involved. One is the owner of the ship, a very small company called Osugi Shipping now legally, according to what's known technically, is the bunker rule. They are responsible for paying all of that. But when you consider that the operator of the ship, which is another Japanese company, but very large shipping company called me T O escape, they're technically not liable to pay for any of the of the cleanup costs. Environmentalists are warning that the thousands of gallons of leaked oil or damaging nearby coral reefs in coastal areas, and some of that damage might be irreversible. Have you ever typed the word Holocaust into the search function on Facebook? If you do you might be surprised by the results you get A new analysis by a counter extremist group in the U. K reports that a Facebook search of the word Holocaust returns suggestions for content posted by Holocaust deniers and publishers that sell revisionist literature about the Nazi genocide of Jews during World War two. The Institute for Strategic Dialogue accuses Facebook's algorithms of actively promoting Holocaust denial content. The findings coincide with mounting international demands for Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg to intervene and get the social media giant more active about removing hate speech from its platform. Last week, Facebook announced it was banned in conspiracy theories about Jews controlling the world, but it's been unwilling to categorize Holocaust denial as hate speech wins News Times 6 17 A better tomorrow.

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Ship leaking tons of oil off Mauritius has split apart

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Ship leaking tons of oil off Mauritius has split apart

"Disaster is unfolding, you're protected areas of the Indian Ocean, A grounded ship that's leaked tons of oil near the island nation of Mauritius has now split apart. There are questions about who's going to pay for the cleanup as correspondent Corey and Joji reporter to Japanese companies involved. One is the owner of the ship, a very small company called Osugi Shipping now legally, according to what's known technically, is the bunker rule. They are responsible for paying all of that. But when you consider that the operator of the ship, which is another Japanese company, but very large shipping company called me T O escape, they're technically not liable to pay for any of the of the cleanup costs. Environmentalists are warning that the thousands of gallons of leaked oil or damaging nearby coral reefs in coastal areas, and some of that damage might be irreversible.

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Japanese Cargo Ship Splits In Two Off Mauritius Coast

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Japanese Cargo Ship Splits In Two Off Mauritius Coast

"A Japanese ship that ran aground near the Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius is getting worse. The vessel split apart today and correspondent carry in Ogi reports that's made up clean up efforts even more urgent now originally was carrying 4000 tons of oil. About 1000 of that 1000 tons has already seeped into the waters into the around the surrounding islands, and 3000 that remained was literally pumped out using helicopters. There are volunteers around the island, literally scooping the oil out of the sea.

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"mauritius" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:58 min | 3 months ago

"mauritius" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Three shootings in one city Democrats prepare I'm Christopher Cruz. 17 people have been shot in Cincinnati. It happened early this morning. In what police believe to be separate incidents. 10 people were shot at one of the locations. Two of them may be dead. In another location. Three people were shot and in 1/3 4 were shot. Including two who, police say might be dead as will Democrats are preparing for an entirely online convention. It begins tomorrow. Correspondent Jessica Dean's in Wilmington, Delaware. With the Biden campaign's gonna be two hours Monday through Thursday. The speeches are also going to be shorter. They're going to be much more concise that we should expect to also see more people from all across the country being featured Trump Campaign advisor Jason Miller telling ABC this morning. That pool's showing the president is far behind Joe Biden are not an accurate snapshot of the electorate. There is no scenario where 27% of Republicans have all just magically gone poof and disappeared in the last four years. So what we're looking at our models that were corrected, 2016 we believe will be a correct in 2020. We feel good about where we are grounded Japanese oil tanker that has already leaked tons of oil near protected areas off the Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius. Has now split into two pieces. Correspondent Koji and Joji in Tokyo is monitoring developments originally was carrying 4000 tons of oil. About 1000 of that 1000 tons has already seeped into the waters into the around the surrounding islands, and 3000 that remained was literally pumped out using helicopters. There are volunteers around the island, literally scooping the oil out of the sea. President Trump appointing a conservative doctor to the White House Corona virus Taskforce. Scott Atlas has no expertise, however, in public health or infectious diseases. I'm Christopher..

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Ship leaking tons of oil off Mauritius has split apart

World News Tonight with David Muir

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Ship leaking tons of oil off Mauritius has split apart

"To that massive oil spill, the coast of Mauritius that grounded Japanese ship you see to hear now splitting apart after already dumping tons of fuel to protect waters, crews and volunteers have been racing to pump three thousand tons of oil from the ship environmental groups say the damage to the area maybe irreversible

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Ship leaking tons of oil off Mauritius has split apart

All Things Considered

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Ship leaking tons of oil off Mauritius has split apart

"A Japanese ship that leaked tons of oil near the protected areas off the Indian island nation of Mauritius has not broken into two. That's sending the remaining fuel into the turquoise waters. Tugboats are working to clean up the spill most of the remaining 3000 tonnes of fuel that had already been pumped off the ship in the past week. As environmentalists warn that the damage to the coral reefs could be irreversible. The ball carrier strike a coral reef July 25th spilling about 1000 tonnes of fuel, intriguing and environmental emergency. Removing the ship, though, is likely to take months. I'm

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Ship leaking tons of oil off Mauritius has split apart

The Boom X Show with Darol Tuttle

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Ship leaking tons of oil off Mauritius has split apart

"Environmental groups warning the damage could be irreversible. After an oil spill from a Japanese ship. ABC is Yoon Hee Han the M B Y Cascio has split into after running aground your Mauritius on July 25th after days of pounding waves. The ship's hull began cracking on August 6th and started leaking 1000 tons of fuel. The government declared an environmental emergency, prompting thousands of volunteers to make oil barriers from Fabric, sugar cane leaves and even human hair. This past week, the vessels owner Nagasaki Shipping pumped most of the remaining 3000 tonnes of fuel out of the ship. But the Mauritius government now facing pressure to explain why it didn't empty the rest of the fuel, immediately, the prime minister blaming

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"mauritius" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"mauritius" Discussed on KCRW

"Were loaded onto an unmarked white bus operated by contractors for ice. News of the arrest sparked rapid organizing on social media. People block the bus from leaving with their bodies in cars. A small boy leaned against the locked windows and crime. Protest culminated in more than a dozen border patrol agents marching up to the crowd. Deploying pepper spray on at least three people. Theeighty INTs let out staff in the detainees. Spokeswoman for I said the men arrested each had a history of criminal violent behavior for NPR news. I'm Emily Cure it in in Bend, Oregon. You're listening to NPR news. Puerto Rico's Supreme Court ruled late last night. The U. S territory must resume its botched elections this coming Sunday. Some Puerto Rican ZX could not vote for governor last Sunday because ballots were delayed to their precincts or never showed up at all. The government of the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius says an oil spill on its coast is now under control. NPR's ater paroled reports all the fuel has now been pumped out of the ground and oil tanker. The Japanese ship has already spilled more than 1000 tons of fuel into the pristine waters of the Indian Ocean Proving Jog, not the prime minister of Mauritius, says that the 3000 or so tons of fuel that were left on board have now been pumped out. So the worst he says, has been avoided. But experts say the damage could be devastating. The amount of oil in the water isn't huge, but the spill happened near one of the most biologically diverse spots on Earth. The coral reefs in that area are home to almost 2000 species. Experts worry that in the long run, the spill could kill the reefs. Peralta. NPR NEWS Nairobi The Environmental Protection Agency is poised to cut back Obama era regulations on greenhouse gas emissions from oil and gas fields. Trump administration says it will promote energy independence. But some big oil and gas producers don't want the rollback of the rule. They worry that if methane emissions are not controlled, that could hurt their arguments that natural gas is a cleaner burning fossil fuel than coal is Smaller oil companies say the regulations are still.

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Mauritius: 'Most of the oil' removed from damaged ship

Not Too Shabby

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Mauritius: 'Most of the oil' removed from damaged ship

"Oil has now been removed from a stranded Congo ship, which spilled fuel in the Indian Ocean off Mauritius. The prime minister prevent, Jugnauth said Salvage crews had pumps more than 3000 over 4000 tons of oil from the fuel tanks. The rest has leaked into the sea. Cleanup operation is continuing. Mr Juggernauts denied that his government had been slow to act. The weather deteriorated so much that one of the tanks was damage and oil started to spill over. Even at that time, we could not start pumping from the tax because the weather conditions were still very back. We were advised that the pipes would break and also that lives off people could be put at Chris. Hong

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The Oil Spill At Mauritius Is A Disaster. And It Could Soon Get Worse

Midday News

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

The Oil Spill At Mauritius Is A Disaster. And It Could Soon Get Worse

"Disasters in the making right now in the pristine water off the African island of Mauritius and oil tanker ran it around there A couple of weeks ago on a coral reefs built 1000 tons of fuel. And now It's on the verge of splitting into and could spill about 2000 more

Mauritius oil spill: Almost all fuel oil pumped out of MV Wakashio

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:14 sec | 3 months ago

Mauritius oil spill: Almost all fuel oil pumped out of MV Wakashio

"Disaster in in the the making making and and the the pristine pristine waters waters off off the the African African nation nation of of Mauritius, Mauritius, an an oil oil tanker tanker ran ran aground aground on on the the Coral Coral Reef. Reef. Building Building 1000 1000 tons tons of of fuel, fuel, and and the the ship ship is is now now on on the the verge verge of of splitting splitting into into and that would spill 2000 more tons of oil.

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Mauritius seeks compensation as oil spill cleanup continues

Pod Save the World

01:08 min | 3 months ago

Mauritius seeks compensation as oil spill cleanup continues

"Residence of Mauritius which is an island east of Madagascar in the Indian. Ocean are calling for international help to stop the economic and ecological damage from an oil spill that has already leaked thousand tons and could dump twenty, five, hundred more local authorities have done what they can to plug this leak but they're concerned that this tanker that ran aground could just split in half. This bill is already devastated local wildlife the local economy the local food supply the ship is Japanese Japan said they're going to help with the operation but locals are calling for a full-scale international response. Let's hope they get it. We just wanted to raise that because this sounds like a potential disaster. Yeah. In the kind of thing that. You know he's not front and center given all the other news in the world. But again, like this is another reason why you need like a functioning vehicle for collective action around the world, which is missing in the absence of the US playing that role. Because you know these kinds of things can have devastating a long lasting ecological impacts so. Good to raise it in in the kind of thing that I'd like to see the. US. Again, if there's a change administration would take the lead on on in the response to this kind of thing unfortunately, not going to happen under trump.

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Urgent pumping removes oil from ship grounded near Mauritius

Morning Edition

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Urgent pumping removes oil from ship grounded near Mauritius

"Are continuing off Mauritius to prevent a larger oil spill after a Japanese ship ran aground there. NPR's ater Peralta says at least 1000 tons of oil have already spilled into the Indian Ocean. The ship struck a coral reef last week, but it still has more than 2000 tons of oil on board. And right now there is a desperate attempt to pump all of that fuel out of the hole before the ship breaks up. Local news has shown video of the island nation's pristine white beaches soaked in black fuel. They showed volunteers using sheets and homemade booms to try to soak up the fuel.

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"mauritius" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 3 months ago

"mauritius" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Out of the center of the capital Minsk. Authorities deny a report that one person was killed, but say 50 protesters and 39 policemen had been injured and about 3000 people arrested nationwide. The main opposition candidates can Oska condemned the police violence and said the election have been rigged. Resident, Lukashenko compared the protesters to sheep who are controlled by their foreign puppet masters. Lucien Kim. NPR NEWS Moscow An international conference held virtually has raised nearly $300 million for Lebanon. It's to help rebuild Beirut after last week's catastrophic explosion killed at least 158 people and injured at least 6000 others. This is NPR. Mauritius is struggling to contain an oil spill from a Japanese owned ship that ran aground off the island last month. The island's prime minister has appealed for international. It's instance, reports France has responded by dispatching aircraft and technical advisors to the island. Meanwhile, thousands of volunteers are waking to contain the oil spill. The oil is leaking into a protected marine park, boasting unspoiled coral reefs, mangrove forest and endangered species. About 8000 turns off the estimated 4000 tons the ship was carrying have already leaked into the sea, though some have been airlifted to the show. Rough seas and strong winds hinder efforts to pump the oil still on this ship, Greenpeace Africa says this people will have dire consequences. For Mauritius economy, food security and held for NPR news. I am is a spokesman for Afghanistan's president says he'll take action to free about 400 Taliban prisoners to help start peace talks between the militant group and the Afghan government. Move comes after the Afghan government held a huge national assembly with citizens to discuss the issue. Ah Hong Kong media mogul and leading critic of China's Communist Party, has been arrested. Jimmy lies accused of colluding with foreign powers lies arrest comes after China passed the national security law aimed at silencing dissent in Hong Kong. Korova Coleman NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Hub Spot whose enterprise C R. M platform is designed to help marketing sales and customer service teams generate leads gross sales and innovate the customer experience more at hub.

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"mauritius" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 3 months ago

"mauritius" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Ben Thomas, with an AP News Minute confirmed Coronavirus cases in the U. S. Have now surpassed five million that, according to the tally by Johns Hopkins University Sunday. Total is by far the world's highest as is the number of people who have died at more than 162,000. Brazil is next in both categories, passing 100,000 deaths Sunday. Out of more than three million cases. President Trump's plan to extend an additional $400 a week and unemployment benefits is getting mixed reactions from the nation's governors. It requires states to provide 25% of the funds. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is praising the president for trying to do something. But New York Governor Andrew Cuomo dismisses the move. It's laughable. Many states are already facing budget crunch is caused by the pandemic, and the president's plans declare what he calls the payroll tax holiday is also getting some harsh reviews. It's just way off, base and minority leader Chuck Schumer tells ABC is this week. Oh, it's a deferral. On DSO. It accumulates until January when it expires. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow also appeared on ABC s this week. Maybe we're going to go to court on. We're going to go ahead with our actions anyway, and a non virus news, North Carolina was hit by an earthquake Sunday morning. At magnitude 5.1. It was the most powerful to hit the state in more than 100 years. Charlotte resident Misha Thomas tells Wsoc Don't even know that earthquakes actually exist in North Carolina because I'm from California, and I don't even know that they exist. So I was really startled. There were no reports of injuries, but some minor structural damage was reported in Sparta, North Carolina, near where the quake was centered. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News out of our own addiction to oil because this wasn't even going to Mauritius, there was going to say it was going to president from China. On DNA. Other people who need you need to deal with it. Ah, Africans Mauritian. It's not only the state that is acting, not only the company that is trying to remedy the ship being there, but the community member the actors what those who are part of the transaction. TOOM ship this oil needs to compensate the community and deal with the biodiversity damage its Macy's.

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"mauritius" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:13 min | 3 months ago

"mauritius" Discussed on AP News

"Residents of Mauritius have been working around the clock trying to reduce the damage to the Indian Ocean island from an oil spill that's been spreading from a ship that ran aground on a coral reef last month that's the sound of the waves are making on the coast of Mauritius these days thick with an estimated one ton of oil that's leaked from a Japanese cargo ship the prime minister has declared a state of emergency and appealed for international help have become belay of Greenpeace Africa says this bill is a symptom of a global issue the government out of our own injection oil because this bundles including going to mortgage satellite images show a dark slicks spreading and volunteers are fashioning long oil booms to keep it away from sensitive wetlands the ship was carrying a total of 4 tons of oil and forecasts of rough seas are raising worries that new cracks in the hall could leak more I'm Ben Thomas

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"mauritius" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"mauritius" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

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"mauritius" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:16 min | 3 months ago

"mauritius" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"To embark that dot com and use promo code Talk to get $50. Also breed and health care that's embark. Vet dot com Promo code talk to save today. Wins news Time, 12 15 President Donald Trump has issued new executive orders that would ban TIC Tac and we chat from operating in the U. S. In 45 days if those social media acts are not sold by their Chinese own parent company's correspondent Selina Wang has reaction from chicks on a statement on their website. They said that they tried to engage with the U. S in good faith, but they found that the administration was quote Pay no attention to fax dictated terms of an agreement without going through the standard legal process and try to insert itself into negotiations between private businesses. President's latest orders do not state that a certain amount of money from the sale needs to be sent to the U. S. Treasury Department, which the president did initially called for the orders alleged that TIC tac automatically captures vast swathes of information from its users. Like location, data and browsing and search histories, which threatens to allow the Chinese Communist Party access to Americans personal and proprietary information, potentially allowing China to track the locations of federal employees and contractors. Wins news Time. 12 16 A court in Venezuela has sent to American Special Forces soldiers to prison for 20 years, accusing them of being part of a coup attempt three months ago to overthrow President Nicolas Maduro. Look Denman and Aaron Barrier, both former Green Berets. They reportedly confessed to taking part in the attempt. A prosecutor tweeted that they admitted to conspiracy, illegal weapons trafficking and terrorism. Plot was reportedly organized by another former Green Beret who runs a private security company in Florida. Dozens of others were arrested in Venezuela. An environmental crisis in the Indian Ocean and oil spill from a ship that ran aground is reportedly threatening the pristine lagoons of the island nation of Mauritius. Photos of the spill show the thick black sticky oil seeping into surrounding waterways Encoding the water and the ground. The president of Mauritius is appealing to France for help since it's not far from the French island of Rome, Yang Saying Our country does not have the skills and expertise to refloat stranded ships. The economy. There is tourism based on already impacted by the pandemic now looking at environment, environmental impacts on food and health as well as the economy. Homeland Security says it's impressed with a partial tunnel. It discovered that lead from Arizona to Mexico and labeled as the most sophisticated tunnel in the history of the United States. A special agent with Homeland Security says the tunnel not finished and now out of commission was discovered after Border Patrol agents became curious about a sinkhole in the desert between two border fences. Several days of digging revealed a three foot wide by four foot hide tunnel, 1300 feet long equipped with a ventilation system, a rail system electrical and even a water system is stretched from Mexico to just across the border in San Louis, Arizona, about 30 miles south of Huma, Homeland Security says it's obvious this was being built for a long term operation that just got cut short. I'm Jim Rupe wins news Time. 12 17 j. Foreigner here CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making The right financial decisions has never been more important. When you turned a rocket mortgage. We can help guide you to those right decisions now when they matter.

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"mauritius" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"mauritius" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"One thing that makes you laugh and say only Marissa's I can't think of anything that makes me laugh. Just in general, the li- life is not impressing these days. Impressive. It's just that. It's very Indian in flavor. There's lots of things you say about India, but Marissa's was governed by the British for so long for so long and the are completely separate and had a little bit more money. And so they don't have those idiocy secrecy is much anymore that I noticed they're just very it's just a pleasant place. We did run into anything that made us roller is or anything like that. Now. Now now, it's just comfortable, okay. Will end in answer the question of the predominant direction from the wind is from the east, south and northeast. So it's it's somewhere over from the east northeast to east southeast. So maybe that's what it is from the east northeast were can't Melara's is right on the tip there where the crosswind that hit when you said all the good beaches are on the west side that probably east side was going to be windier. And that means that the tip where the winds are gonna. Get through is going to be place for kite serving. So that's kind of why guess that? That was the case. And in summary. If you had to summarize Mauritius in three words what three words? Stunning. Studying one thing we haven't said we've talked about a couple of mountains in you said it's volcanic. So this is a hilly place. But for a small island a lot of topography. Let's say absolutely very hilly. It's only flat in a few areas. And no matter where you go you're going to be going up and down and around. It's so volcanic that the mountains are nice in there jagged. I guess now is a strong word, but the hills there jagged, and they're very prominent. And there's lava rocks around the areas, I'm being really as beautiful that was your first word your second word is comfortable because it's such a comfortable place to do anything whether you're walking or shopping or talking to people or eating it's just so welcoming, and then my last one this just a flavorful. Okay. I mean, I left it. So anytime you can put a Korean some doll and wrap it up a little bit of flour. No, it's good. It's still excellent. Well, our guest again, it's been Crin veil from.

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"mauritius" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"mauritius" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Their little circuit. But flicking flock the north end of the island is very popular the south end of the island looks totally different. It's got more palm trees, it's very pretty as well. You can't go wrong. It's an island that's just surrounded with. I think it's like a hundred and sixty kilometers of coastline. Beautiful just beautiful. What thirty miles from end to end. I think very very small a lot of people rent scooters, or you could run a car, very cheaply and get around that way. But the other way to get around as they have a bus system, and they also from any hotel, you can arrange for them to take you literally anywhere. You wanna go for next to nothing? I think for the US dollar. It's about thirty four Russian rupees to the dollar and other than the actual hotel price, which of course, is targeted at tourists to begin with everything is pretty inexpensive just run into car for the day or driver for the day. Really isn't going to break anybody's budget was really nice. What surprised about Marissa's will the history. I guess I didn't really realize hell that all happened in. I was really excited to find out that here was uninhabited island. The Dutch come in as the Dutch were traveling all around and concrened places left and right in the sixteen hundreds and they just started this new civilization. And then it went from the Dutch to the French and then to the British. It's just got this fascinating somewhat tragic in a lotta ways history. But what's come out of it is this bustling culture that is just surprising in general friendly? Happy to be there. It's you know. I mean, I guess other people happier. Anyways, not what they say. Because they're always warm. I don't know. But it's a very warm, and I mean, welcoming place I was also suppressed at how many things there were to do. I was a little worried about just having. The beach culture where there wasn't much else to do, but sit on the beach, and that wasn't true at all happily surprised at all. What else? Do we need to know before we go to mercy's before we get to some of our wrap up questions. I think Marissa's as one of the alternatives to say the same shells, the mount div, which you're going to spend an outrageous amount of money to get to and stay is such a a fantastic destination for those people who want that beach. Romance relax -ation without the cost that is associated with it. It is much cheaper to do it in Mauritius than it is in the Seychelles guaranteed. Also Marissa's is a stop on the way the Madagasko and to the reunion. So if you're looking at doing things in that area, you can easily stop over Marissa's on your way to something like Madagascar and save a lot of money that way. So that you're not spending money to different times will in one question. I have obviously Madagascar one reason people go is for. The wildlife. Does malicious. I don't know what they have today. The only wildlife we saw on some pretty birds and some snakes, which we didn't see thankfully. But the only thing that we really saw were the land tortoises the giant tortoises there native to there. But there's it's so easy for them to get in the way of traffic that they try to put them in the botanical guard or other enclosures to keep him safe. Okay. But no, there's not tons and tons of wildlife. You're standing in the prettiest spotted Marissa's where you standing. What are you looking at? I think the northwestern corner. There's a little church cop mother is CAP MA L H E U R E X. There's a little Hindu temple right there. As you're looking across the bay. There's kite surfers that are always there taking advantage of the wins. And it is just stunning. So I would say that is the prettiest part of the island. But you know, that's all very subjective. Because that entire island gorgeous. When you say taking advantage. The winds is the eastern side of the island where the northeastern side the windward side of the island than I can only assume so I didn't really look into it that closely, but there were always kite servers there and they're doing fantastic jumps in tricks in. I mean, we sat there for a good thirty minutes just watching them because how cool is that? You can do it yourself to join watching them..

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"mauritius" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"mauritius" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

"Joining us let's give out his what more questions sorry i didn't i thought maybe had a schedule doing kimmelman have have you ever had a war with any other country we briefly had a war with mauritius actually it was but we all got there and we're like just have fun it's a nice island i believe the peace treaty actually said the word it was just a aa signed by both of us the whole population that's right does does sharipova you have a strong military we disbanded the military recently i mean we because people were just so happy we didn't have any fights but if we did have military we were able to easily assemble the karate masters from down the street to come fight for oh i've seen the cobra sharapova kawhi oh we don't give money to the military there they function on their own we don't have to pay them they paid themselves because when they win was the opposition is gives them caches or award fund it from other guy send us cash for fun because they like us so much so go fund me how do i get to share lovie interesting question you go straight through the bermuda triangle and that takes you through a little wind sort of a wind thing happened or a tatas yeah you're on a dardis hardest first of all tortoise i'm sorry i really trying to say tortoise also get there on a tortoise longer as my bad about concerto it's dr johnson because we don't have any questions.

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"mauritius" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"mauritius" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Mauritius airlines final jurors rury winging tbi the once before on this little program about something called here it's hard to say it's spelled o h n i g g e so if he sought you'd say what's hygiene and it's a danish word that describes basically coziness in it's been a thing in in denmark forever in it's just enter the united states in the past couple of years has become a trend enough of a trend at least that there are like books about it and cookbooks about it so spurling's best places of this travel website they realist released a list of that they believe is the top cities in the us and seattle took the number one spot better explain what is i'm sure the audiences like that is so annoying stuff saying it like that here's burt sterling is this coziness just feeling really it's contentment grateful less relaxation a little indulgence hanging out with the family and friends in a simple manner doubt such a bring it into your life could mean burning candle lighting a fire to s wearing a sweater are drinking hot chocolate uh so when they were determining the most city they looked at four factors first when we looked at was cozy weather the number of overcast days per year were the son didn't come out the amount of precipitation we looked at the snow fall the other thing we looked at were fund activities we also looked to fireplaces now we have some information from the government which actually has the percentage of holes with fireplaces and we also look to gathering places and it seems like fireplace if it's wet scored the winner did spot by being number one in reading books and fifty eight percent of the homes have fireplaces and portland is number two in the country and i'm surprised by this because you know their up places that are much colder iin closer to the whether they had in denmark you know where to really snowy and so yet things like borg gains in card games cooking reading knitting sweaters candles these are all things and then things that you wouldn't normally even suspects that kinda fit in so it's it's kind of anything that makes you happy in.

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"mauritius" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mauritius" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The mirisch inns have to weigh up as they prepare to promote themselves as world leaders in the blue economy i'm ready to die from a featured on the nixon today amid the mother meal the known as the goodness coin in the written you van beach adore is a passionate advocate for the ocean as well as world bank adviser to the meridian government on the blue economy and what we reach under the border as ever reason the note that we really need to take this pristine lagoon and marissa's its flora and fauna and protect that has every reason to know and believe that we need to make sure that we value the oceans we protected and win show that the next cap ago that it behoves upon us do something about it the very convinced that immerse us we will get a new generation of young erasing could take this had been would and to protect that value it at cherish it for the next few i got the dating of old but thought dig for their alleged russian ever lock soft soft meridian's and make them money from the ocean up until now that's been through fishing and tourism but there are changes ahead as nourishes launches its ambitious strategy to tap into the blue economy drishti ramdhoni is from the national investment promotion agency in mauritius they have big plans to develop the ocean economy the ocean economy represents a new i would suggest your restful restful mauritius mauritius has bush and his other by nia for the region in the ocean economy and we see collaboration in terms of fishing with us the shouts collaboration also be the six shuffle the hydrocarbon exploration so mauritius is engaging in the ocean economy in.

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"mauritius" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"mauritius" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Issues the mirisch inns have to weigh up as they prepare to promote themselves as world leaders in the blue economy from an updated on vote since the nation's today amid the monday meal the known as the goodness coin in mauritius eubam beach adore is a passionate advocate for the ocean as well as world bank adviser to the mirisch in government on the blue economy we feel and what we reach under the water as ever reason billy no that we absolutely need to take these christie lagoon marissa's his flora fauna and what's exit has every reason to know and to believe that we need to make sure that we value the oceans we'd protected and win show that the natural capital that it behoves upon us do something about it the very convinced that had versus we will get a new generation of young rations to take this heaven forward and to protect it value a at cherishing for the next few years we got the goal of all but the big rally buzzing ever luckily soft soft missions and make them money from the ocean up until now that's been through fishing and tourism but there are changes ahead as nourishes launches its ambitious strategy should tap into the blue economy drishti ramdhoni is from the national investment promotion agency in mauritius they have big plans to develop the ocean economy the ocean economy represents a new i would say the issue of reffel mauritius mauritius has pushed shelly said as a pioneer for the region in the ocean economy and we see collaboration in terms of fishing with the shelves collaboration also with official for the hydrocarbon exploration so mauritius is engaging in the ocean economy in strong partnership we've richer no countries but also we've international institutions and organisations australia full energy we've india for example with regard to research and also for specific projects we've international organizations in the united kingdom and the united states when we all talk about marring by technology so the petroleum bill and the seabed mining bill of already being worked and it would be able to parliament very soon so there is already the deep ocean water application project which is well on going so this project enters the.

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"mauritius" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mauritius" Discussed on Business Daily

"Telling those same corporations that they can come to mauritius set up a company that's really nothing more than a bit of paper or a brass nine played on a building and that through that company five ten fifteen percent of that corporations corporate taxes can just disappear then that's a problem have the marine authorities responded twos these revelations that we've been hearing this week the moroccan authorities did respond they responded at least twice aj with an eleven page multi agency letter that denied their attacks a haven that denied there was secretive and pointed out that they adhere to international standards we'll fitzgibbon of the international consortium of investigative journalists while the paradise papers may have shown a light on low tax jurisdictions and the way that companies and individuals can funnel money in and out of africa but one of the trading system that underpins those financial relationships a recent conference in the uk has been looking at claims that globalization has a lot to answer for here yes the last decade of rapid growth in africa has seen foster and freer global trade it's also vote some claim accelerated the growing disparities between the rich and the poor both on this continent and in other parts of the world robert johnson is the executive director of the uk's institute for new economic thinking he used to be a wall street currency trader and winnie beyond yema is the executive director of the global charity oxfam both now argue that we need an entirely new view of capitalism to deal with the current situation you economic thinking to make the global economy feira.

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"mauritius" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mauritius" Discussed on Business Daily

"From my reading of the paradise papers data as it relates to marissa's the message very clearly emerges that this is a country marissa's that is that has successfully positioned itself and implanted itself as an offshore financial gateway into africa and what i mean by that is this is a country that is advertising itself successfully to the rest of the world saying hi there everyone want to invest in africa come through mauritius you can potentially cut taxes upright with confidentiality and secrecy and take advantage of a range of benefits that while most a legal it must be said are in click creasing reviewed with suspicion by many african governments who are really starting to site of themselves in many cases hang on a minute what's this nyberg over the indian ocean doing without our knowledge yeah what is wrong with that though i mean you know all countries compete in terms of the tax rates i think what's damaging is that you have one country that is offering itself as a legal route through which incredibly valuable tax revenues of in some cases very very poor countries are being eaten away slowly but surely and there's a growing sense that this kind of tax competition is damaging to national treasuries across the world particularly in a continent like africa where much research has shown that because income tax is a much smaller phenomenon it is saying the united kingdom or the us corporate tax is really the most important driver of otx ishanov saved so if you don't have corporations paying tax no one's going to build the government's not going to have money to build a hospital so if you have a neighbor.

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"mauritius" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"mauritius" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The agreements have signed with mauritius so you have rwanda also in africa which is a renegotiated its agreement with mauritius because it realised it heads accepted too many constraints subtracts investment you have south africa which associated with malicious because it streak was being used for tax avoidance wanted to close that of you have countries like mongolia which has cancelled several treaties because it was unable to get a better deal when it tried to renegotiate the right across the world developing countries uh uh uh 'this once they the imb going on that tax revenues pacific gandhi's denied that there has been any abuse of the tax treaty in any manner and told us that all taxes ju in namibia and mauritius of being paid they added that they had intended to establish a small movement office in mauritius to look after their portfolio of new african businesses that they plan to wipe however since this investment didn't materialize neither did the militias office consequently they said they chose to operate in mauritius management company they also insisted that the namibian people had benefited from their business not least since it created over one hundred jobs in the country they also deny that they weren't transparent within namibian partners this is of course a far wider problem than the fishing industry or even namibia all over the tax authorities find their nets at hugely polls in them many countries were lon multinationals to exploiting natural resources but then watch as the prophet slip away off sure we're not against companies making me vouch a part of the solutions her developments but they should buying a fair amount of tax in all the countries where they operate especially the poorest countries in the world and our thomas is from the charity action aid craxi voidance is a huge problem and it could be hang for schools and hospitals in some of the poorest countries in the world is it possible to julian how much tax is being taken out of developing countries that is really taxdodging it is estimates heads by the imf that developing countries lose two hundred billion dollars every year due to tax dodging a two billion dollars is dribbling more than is spent on aid so around the world as a whole tax dodging the the.

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