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"michael cove" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Weak unemployment protection rolled out during the pandemic christian myers editor in chief of the balance a website geared to personal finance says. There's no evidence that the benefits boost has been discouraging people from going back to work. The data has suggested that that isn't actually true. We saw several states. They're out the summer ending some of those unemployment benefits. They actually ended them early and in those states. That did that. We did not see that unemployment rate tick down so meaning taking away. People's unemployment benefits did not force them back into the workforce and so the benefits that we saw from some of those gains in employment did not offset some of those losses of benefits at the same time of federal eviction. Moratorium has now expired. The taliban say they have seized one of the last pockets of resistance in afghanistan as npr's jackie northern reports from islamabad. There had been several days of heavy fighting in the north of the country between the taliban and opposition forces taliban spokesman beulah moudjahid said in a statement that the islamist group had completely conquered the panjshir valley a rugged area with deep gorges in the hindu. Kush mountains it was the last province in afghanistan that had been held by anti-taliban forces. Resistance forces began to organize shortly after the taliban seized kabul late last month although they were hampered by shortage of weapons and fighters on sunday the taliban militants intensified their assault in overran the region opposition militants tweeted. The talibans claims are false and that the resistance movement will ultimately prevail. Jackie northam npr news islamabad more than a week. After hurricane ida made landfall power is being restored to more neighborhoods in new orleans. As npr's brian man reports however dangerous heat is expected again today and some parts of louisiana. Still face the prospect of weeks without electricity new orleans evacuated more seniors over the last day because the heat and lack of air conditioning made their living conditions unsafe. There are utility crews everywhere in louisiana more than twenty three thousand workers trying to restore power but destruction from the storm is intense over a vast area whose bolden was inspecting damage at his vacation. Camp on grand dial where many homes were shredded by wind just unbelievable destruction building debris furniture the sand from the gulf in the in the levy. The coastguard is investigating an oil spill nearby. Apparently linked to damage to a pipe caused by ida. Brian men. Npr news grant. Louisiana president biden will tour storm ravaged parts of new jersey and new york. Tomorrow this is. Npr news in washington secretary of state. Antony blinken is adding the us voice to canada's call to release two canadians held in china for a thousand days. Michael cove reagan. Michael space for were detained by china in two thousand eighteen after canada arrested the chief financial officer of chinese tech giant walkway on a us extradition request at offices across the country. Marvel's sean chee. And the legend of the ten rings is ending hollywood summer on a surprisingly high note. Npr's bob mondello has more. Here's something you haven't heard in a while. Shanxi has set a labor day weekend record not a pandemic your record all time record for the.
"michael cove" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"N Y p d trend that was baked into the force Well before 9 11 that's on all things considered today at five on W, N. Y C and w n y c dot org Chance of overnight showers. Otherwise mostly cloudy tonight with a low of around 68 for labor Day, mostly sunny skies with a high of 83. Tuesday should be sunny with a high near 81 a chance of afternoon showers. On Wednesday. Partly sunny with a high of 83 74 degrees in cloudy. W N. Y C supporters include Altice USA Offering Optimum business, Secure Internet to help keep Businesses connected and protected with speeds up to one gig. More information at optimum dot com slash business or 866580148. Oh, This is James Menendez with news are live from the BBC. This weekend marks 1000 days since two Canadian men were detained in China accused of espionage. Michael Cove Rigor Michael SpA ver often referred to simply as the two Michaels were picked up days after Canada carried out a U. S arrest warrant against Mongol Hangzhou, a senior executive of the Chinese tech giant Huawei. Since then, Michael spatter or consultant has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for spying. Michael, covering a former diplomat who was working for the international crisis Group, is still waiting to hear the verdict in his case. Three days ago, a Chinese Communist Party newspaper accused the two men of working together to steal state secrets well today how much was held in the Canadian capital, Ottawa to mark their time in detention and call for their released released. That's also is by coverage.
"michael cove" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Warned the visiting US climate envoy John Kerry that strained relations between their countries could harm progress on tackling climate change. Robin Brand is in Shanghai. Making his second visit to China this year, John Kerry was told by the country's Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, that climate change could not be dealt with in isolation from other issues. Mr Kerry had said it was so important that the U. S. And China should work towards new commitments, whatever their other differences. China's dependency on coal and its financing for coal power stations abroad are the main areas of concern. Beijing has repeatedly demanded that the Biden administration reversed tariffs and sanctions that is imposed or has enhanced. Britain's Foreign secretary Dominic Raab, is visiting the Gulf State of Qatar for talks with the M and the prime minister. A key point for discussion will be the prospects of persuading the Taliban to reopen Kabul airport to allow British nationals and Afghans who wish to leave. The country. European defence ministers are meeting in Slovenia amid growing pressure to bolster Europe's defence capabilities following the scrambled withdrawal from Afghanistan. The EU's foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell said what he called the Afghan debacle was an event that would catalyst history. He said the EU had found itself depending on American decisions in Afghanistan and needed more investment in operational capability and strategic autonomy. BBC News. A Chinese Communist Party newspaper has accused to Canadians who have been detained in China for 2.5 years of working together to steal state secrets. Quoting an unnamed source. The global time said that Michael spot over who has already been sentenced to 11 years in prison for espionage, provided photographs of Chinese military equipment to Michael Cove, Rick In China, A major overhaul of television programming has been announced banning effeminate male stars and what's been designated as vulgar influences. Other TV formats are also being discouraged. Stephen McDonell is in Beijing Television regulators here have announced a major overhaul, which they're touting as providing political and spiritual guidance for audiences. Mass voting for reality television shows will not be allowed apart from by live audiences. Popular boot camp style programs training young people to become stars of the future have also been stopped. On the other hand, programs have been encouraged to make shows which promote traditional Chinese culture as well as advanced socialist culture. The stated goal of strengthening the country's cultural self confidence. Stephen McDonell reporting Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis has died at the age of 96. He was born on the Aegean island of Chaos in 1925 and trained as a classical composer. In Paris. Iraqis write a huge range of music from opera and symphonies to popular songs. But it was his instrumental silvers dance 1963, which brought him fame around the world. And that's the latest BBC news. On the eighth of September, 2020 fire ripped through Europe's largest refugee camp Moria on the Greek island of Lesbos. It was terrifying. Second, it was closing draft hands. It gobbled up shacks, homemade mosques and bread ovens, clothes, papers and photos. A few personal things people have managed to save on their long journey to safety. Might be about my from court. For many, Maria had become a symbol of Europe's failure to accommodate migrants.
"michael cove" Discussed on Stephanomics
"All ghibli. We have a different kind of slightly slower but a different kind of paradigm shift. That's happening over. The last few years in regards to china and how the world looks at china and i just wonder whether you feel. Maybe there's a risk that you're actually out of step with that still carrying the flag for a belief that engagement with china and gradual bringing of china into the sort of multilateral liberal economic order was the direction the world was going to take and instead now you have clear competition much more than engagement and a very muscular china. where does your vision. I mean a you. Not changing your approach false enough. Oh well stephanie. I think a watershed moments in canada's relationship with china has been arbitrary detention of michael cove. Reagan michael spor That is the issue for our country when it comes to china. These are two really brave canadians. Who has been detained for. No fault of their own and canadians are really aware of it. Does that change. Your view of what is possible in terms of future policy with china is a country that you can do business with you. Can continue to engage with positivity. Well let's. It is a country that canada and every member of the g seven and the g twenty does business with so that's a reality This is very different from the relationship of the world's democracies with the soviet union for example Where we occupied very separates economics spheres. But you know in the game Turning to that soviet experience of my own I have always believed that. Still shared values are really important and are very important basis or deep international collaboration for canada. Those values our democracy. They are human rights that has also that has been a sea-change in at jesus spending and deficits resident biden's proposed six trillion just under six trillion dollars worth of spending three big packages. You talked about having had your experience in the post-soviet world you saw. We saw their. How incredibly damaging. It was to a society and economy. Sometimes if you lose control of inflation lose control of the economy. Is there a bit of you that that things were being too complacent about spending and borrowing in this area. And it's we're gonna come back to haunt us. Not just not just canada but this this change in the global attitude so no but i am very careful. I am a canadian finance minister so i am surrounded by economists who are very very careful With our numbers with our projections. And i'm canadian too. So that comes naturally to me. And i think it's a good thing and i'm gonna give you an example stephanie In our fall economic statement we predicted a deficit for twenty twenty twenty twenty one of three hundred and eighty one point six billion dollars and we came in at three hundred and fifty four point. Two billion dollars crashes the goody two shoes economy we we we embrace it. Some people say that we are earnest and boring. And i say it's comedian way. It's a good things but by six. Be biden's not this not being cautious. And we know that there are people on all sides including his supporters. Who were worried that the numbers are getting a bit big if the us in cautious and gets into trouble. Canada get sucked into you. Know we talked about paradigm shifts. And what shapes. You're you know how the lessons of the past shape your actions. I would say something that has shaped. My actions are government actions and based on the conversations around the g seven table. I can tell you this is shaping. The actions of many g. Seven ministers is actually the experience of two thousand eight two thousand nine and i think what most g seven countries feel looking back on the response to two thousand eight. Two thousand nine is we didn't do enough and didn't recover soon enough from the two thousand eight two thousand nine recession and it's one reason that i am very focused on driving a fast and robust recovery from the recession canada. Has today we still have. you know. we're glad to have had the ten percent grave in the fourth quarter of last year. But we still have five hundred thousand canadians. Who either don't have a job or working. Fewer fewer than they were before coded that it to me is an economic imperative but also a political imperative to get them back to work all of us politically can reap the whirlwind if we don't if we allow economic hardship to fester and i think a fair criticism of elites you know including financial journalist deletes I was a financial journalist in two thousand and eight. Two thousand nine like stephanie. And i think you know people could quite fairly say In the recovery elites did pretty well pretty quickly but a lot of regular people were left behind for far too long I think it behooves all of us to not let that happen. This time and i remember stephanie. I don't know if anyone ever told you this when we were baby. Journalists at the f. T. but i remember One editor saying to me. You know what the difference is between a recession and depression. It's a depression when a journalists framed loses their job and something. I've been mindful of in. This recession is the kinds of people. Who've you and i know stephanie. White collar people Have absolute than pretty fine You know the worst we've had to deal with is is strain from zoom and certain you know having your kids around the house in them. Struggling from ice rink from zoom to one of my children was doing online school today wearing sunglasses when he said it was because of the glare from screen when we look at the numbers in canada people at the top of the income distribution actually have more money than they did before the crisis. They've been saving money. And i would just urge all of us to remember the case shape also means people at the bottom people who work with their means have suffered a much greater health risks. They're the ones who have lost their jobs and our economies will be if we don't help them but our societies and at the end of the day democracies will be weaker if we don't help them. Chip robert mcfarland the british author. He's written about insight different context. He writes about called under land he talks about. I'm burials and he's actually talking about you. Know in the arctic circle where things have become unburied peop- by climate change. That people thought we're going to be buried for hundreds of years. I sort of feel like there's been masses of burials jakovic covert you know things come unto the surface that we sort of knew were there. I mean slightly with your if you were still journalistic and you think about the things that have been revealed by kevin. Maybe permanently changed in. What's the book that you would be writing. What do you think is the most significant thing about this whole period..
One Of The Canadians Detained In China For 2 Years On Spying Charges Goes On Trial
"Canadian on trial for spying Chinese state media says A court in Beijing has completed a one day trial for a Canadian man accused of spying. The lack of transparency today. Is eyes. Lena's very troubled Canadian diplomat Jim Nicoll says he was denied entry to the court, he says there's no word on a verdict coming to Canada on our international partners will continue to work tirelessly towards his release. The man on trial Michael Cove, Rick is one of two Canadians arrested two years ago. Shortly after Canadian police arrested a Chinese businesswoman on a U. S warrant in
Diplomats denied entry as 2nd Canadian goes on trial in China on spying charges
"Second Canadian citizen for alleged spying. Michael Cove rig a former diplomat was arrested by the Chinese authorities two years ago along with a Canadian businessman, Michael Spa for Mr Spotters called case was opened on Friday, Also behind closed doors. Canada says the trial's air in retaliation for its arrest of Mang Juanjo, the chief financial officer of the Chinese tech company while away Details of a major restructuring of the British Armed
"michael cove" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Effect has bean immediate in the markets, with the value of the lira stumping right back to where it was four months ago. Main opposition presidential candidate in the Republic of Congo. Debriefs Parfait Kalala has died of coronavirus just hours after polls closed in the election as he was being evacuated in a medical plane to hospital in France. On Saturday in the Congo, Lee's capital, Brazzaville. Mr Kalala confirmed he was seriously ill, but urged people to vote for their future with more details. His memory Makham a new the news has been confirmed by his director of campaign, Mr Christian, My Honda in passed away before even reaching Friends on the flight. He was going to France after living possible just after four a.m. local time pupils bluffing Cola was the main arrival of Denny Sassoon gesso. In power since 1979 with only interruption off five years. The news is just breaking Congo Brazzaville. So off course it will create a lot of disappointment. Therefore, his supporters Brazilian president J. Above scenario has described as tyrants, state governors and mayors who have imposed lockdown measures to contain a deadly second wave of the Corona virus pandemic. Leonardo, Russia reports Mr Belson Arrow said his government had done all it could to deal with the health emergency entity was time to reopen the economy. He was addressing hundreds of supporters who gather outside the presidential palace in Brasilia to celebrate his birthday. Since the beginning of the pandemic. The Brazilian president has dismissed the severity off the coronavirus. He delayed the purchase of vaccines. Recently even told people to stop whining and crying over covet what shocks Many in Brazil is that Mr Bush and I was latest comments come at the darkest days off the pandemic. Portugal will become the latest European country to start using the AstraZeneca corona virus vaccine again today it was among several European countries to suspend its rollout because of worries that it might cause blood clots. Portugal's decision follows a ruling from the European Medicines Agency that the vaccine is safe and effective. You're listening to the latest world News from the BBC. Canadian diplomats have been denied entry to the trial in China of a second Canadian citizen for alleged spying. Michael Cove rig a former diplomat, was arrested by the Chinese authorities two years ago along with a Canadian businessman, Michael SpA ever Dispatchers Cold case was opened on Friday. Also behind closed doors. The Canadian charged affair in Beijing, Jim Nicoll says the situation is worrying Spice. The international.
"michael cove" Discussed on KCRW
"I mean, I could tell you stories about people. I know that I grew up with hopelessly radicalized right now. Just hopelessly. How do you explain that? For years, people in the church have been told What I call the enabling lies enabling lies are The left wants to destroy America. Sort of this flight 93 election. You know, Hillary Clinton would end America. Joe Biden would end America left hate you. They hate you. They want to destroy the church. This sunk in and sunk in. And when you become convinced over time that your opposition is so malevolent that they'd want to destroy your home house of worship. That they want fundamentally destroyed the country. Then you're vulnerable to what I'd call the activating lie, which is they're stealing the election to the point. In your podcast feed from KCRW. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ailsa Chang and I'm Audie Cornish coming up. We'll take a look at how trials are going for a covert 19 vaccine for young Children. Children are not little adults, and so you can't just downsize something to their weight or age what researchers are trying to learn from these trials. That story after the news Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have new recommendations for social distancing in elementary schools, dropping the six ft rule down to three ft. Between students. As long as they're wearing masks, CDC had Dr Rochelle Walensky. The evidence shows that the rest of covered 19 transmission among younger Children as much lower than it is among teenagers and adults. And in particular, our school studies have shown that when Children young Children are masked the distance of three Ft is in fact safe and has a lower transmission risk. Little on high schools can adopt the three FT rule as long as they're in communities that don't have a high level of spread. Otherwise, Wolinsky says. The six FT rule is still in effect. I'll Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's confident the Biden administration is addressing the immediate concerns at the US Mexico border. NPR's planet buddy Solace reports. Pelosi says it will take time for the administration to reform what she and other Democrats saw as failures by the previous administration. Speaker. Pelosi says it is important for the American people to know the situation at the Southwest border is coming under control the difference between the attitude toward the people and the Children. It's so different in just these two months versus what happened in the past four years. Pelosi also said that corruption, violence and climate change are fueling the surge at the border and that those are factors triggering the cyclical concern this time of year. But, she argued, the Biden administration is approaching the border challenges with the humanitarian approach and not just quote diversionary tactics. Claudia de Salis NPR news the Capitol Wall Street End of the day in mixed territory. The Dow down 234 points at 32,627, the NASDAQ gained 99 points to close at 13,215. This is NPR. Canadian Michael's before went on trial today in a northern Chinese city after nearly two years in prison. He's being tried for espionage. But as NPR's Emily Fang reports, his arrest is widely seen as retribution for the arrest of a Chinese executive. Diplomats from Canada and several other countries were blocked from entering the courthouse and Kendall City of right along China's border with North Korea. Before had worked there as a consultant on North Korean affairs before being arrested at the same time as Michael Cove, Rick, another Canadian and former diplomat who goes on trial in Beijing for espionage this Monday. They were imprisoned nine days after Canada arrested Mom Juanjo, an executive at Chinese Telecom from hallway. She is currently in her last round of hearings to determine whether she will be extradited to the U. S. Horse trial today concluded after just two hours, and the court says the verdict will be announced at a later date. Emily Fang. NPR NEWS Beijing After a year long hiatus because of Covina to Royal Caribbean Cruises will now resume in June. The company says it will start sailing seven night trips from the Bahamas, but they won't make port in the U. S. This is cruise ship operators wait more instruction from the CDC on operating in the United States. Little prices higher by the clothes, gaining 2.3% to end the day at $61.42 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. I'm Janine Herbst NPR news Mm hmm. Latest on the Georgia shootings and fighting through cove it not just for yourself, but the person whose lungs you know, use. Realistically, I'm living for Everybody in my family that like their heart would been torn out if I died and everybody in his family whose heart was torn out when he died here it all Saturday on weekend edition from NPR news. Saturday morning at six a.m. on KCRW. I'm Dr Michael Wilkes professor of medicine in California. That Cove it 19 vaccine rollouts. Ongoing. We've never before undertaken such a large public health activity. It will take some time but very soon everyone who wants a vaccine we'll get one. So when is it? Your turn Check eligibility and book appointments at my turn dot CIA dot gov. In the meantime, where your mask and stay tuned.
"michael cove" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"The checks are meant to stimulate the post pandemic economy. But some economists worry that a combination of stimulus checks and the return to work of millions of Americans could trigger inflation. Here's gotta go up enough, chief economist for the International Monetary Fund. The problem with inflation is that If you go to stores and you see that the things that you typically by the prices of that and going up much faster than you expected and your paychecks on keeping pace, then you're just going to have less purchasing power and you're not going to be able to buy as much. Obviously it's bad for you in terms of your consumption, and it's also bad for the economy because the economy Cannot maintain high levels of economic activity. She says that monetary policymakers need to closely monitor potential inflationary activity. President Biden is picked former Senator Bill Nelson as his nominee to lead NASA from member station W. M. F E in Orlando, Brendan Byrne reports As NASA's next administrator, Nelson would oversee a more than $20 billion budget and an agency to do list that includes returning humans to the moon. Renewed focus on climate change and building commercial partnerships with private space companies during his 40, plus years serving in the House and Senate Nelson champion to NASA projects and steered funding to the agency. 1986, Then a member of the House representing central Florida, Nelson flew to space on the shuttle Columbia as a space flight participant. Nelson served three terms as Florida's senator and lost reelection in 2018 2, former governor Rick Scott. Wilson's nomination heads to the Senate for confirmation for NPR News. I'm Brendan Byrne in Orlando. Lawyers for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shelvin have lost a bid to delay or move the trial for their client accused in the death of George Floyd. Jury selection hadn't finished when the city awarded Floyd's family a $27 million settlement. The Dow off 1 21, This is NPR. Canadian Michael's before went on trial today in a northern Chinese city after nearly two years in prison. He's being tried for espionage, but his rest is widely seen as retribution for the arrest of a Chinese executive. NPR's Emily Thing, has details. Diplomats from Canada and several other countries were blocked from entering the courthouse and Kendall City of right along China's border with North Korea. Before had worked there as a consultant on North Korean affairs before being arrested at the same time as Michael Cove, Rick, another Canadian and former diplomat who goes on trial in Beijing for espionage this Monday. They were imprisoned nine days after Canada arrested Mom Juanjo, an executive at Chinese Telecom from hallway. She is currently in her last round of hearings to determine whether she will be extradited to the U. S. Divorce trial today concluded after just two hours, and the court says the verdict will be announced at a later date. Emily Fang. NPR NEWS Beijing The CDC says that as of today, it's administered more than 118 million doses of covert 19 vaccines. 41 million people have been fully vaccinated against the virus and more than 77 million people have received at least one dose of vaccine for the coronavirus. The Biden administration, thus exceeding its 1st 100 days, goal of at least 100 million vaccinations delivered. Several weeks ahead of schedule. The nation is now on course to have enough of the three currently authorized vaccines to cover the entire adult population just 10 weeks from now. At the same time, the White House says it's working on plans to provide vaccines to Canada and Mexico..
"michael cove" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"This marketplace podcast is supported by equifax. The world's digital infrastructure company looking to reach new markets ahead of the crowd. Equinox just launched your solution equinox metal global interconnected and automated infrastructure delivered. Where and when you need it. Just add metal. Learn more at metal dot equity dot com this marketplace podcast is supported by systems the application platform that enables every company to innovate through software. Out systems accelerates the development of business critical cloud applications build the difference without systems for more information visit out systems dot com slash action long simmering. Tensions continue to stalk us and chinese officials even as they meet today to try and thaw frosty relations live from london. This is the marketplace morning report from the bbc world service. I'm victoria craig. good morning. No single company has epitomizes the trade row between the us and china quite like telecoms giant. While way the company's chief financial offer officer mangwazu has been under house arrest in canada since two thousand eighteen accused of fraud by the us just days after her detention and allegedly in retaliation to canadians were charged with spying in china though. Beijing has always denied that claim. Now the pair have a trial. Date as the bbc's robin brandt reports from shanghai may one. Joe has been free to travel around her home in vancouver fighting an extradition request and fraud charges. Meanwhile michael cove reagan. Michael speaker have been locked up here in china with no access to outside lawyers and rarely able to contact embassy officials or their families the to manage to appear separately in court in beijing and the north korean border city of dandong on friday and monday. That's robin brandt. Reporting from shanghai there while the un agency that focuses on the impact of trade says it now expects the global economy to recover more quickly from the coronavirus pandemic than previously forecast but the un conference on trade and development predicts that at the end of twenty twenty one. The economy will still be ten trillion dollars smaller than if the pandemic hadn't happened at all. The bbc's jonathan joseph's has that story last year corona virus restrictions for shops offices and other businesses to close the economy shrank by a record amount. The un conference on trade and development predicts national income will be twenty point two percents by the end of this year compared to where it might have been if the pandemic hadn't happened on this measure of the size of the economy the uk fans worse than any other member of the g twenty group of the world's biggest economies except india. The report attributes. The uk's rose to the chaotic nature of the initial response to the pandemic and to the unique disruption caused by brexit however the relatively rapid rollout of vaccines is seen as a sign of hope with the uk's economy predicted to grow four point four percent this year which is higher than the four percent predicted by the office for budget responsibility earlier this month. That's jonathan joseph's reporting there checking the numbers now global shares are moving higher. This morning germany's dax is up. Seven tenths of a percent led by strong gains in the auto sector london's footsie one hundred. Meanwhile is little changed ahead of rate decision from the bank of england later today. Vaccines are key to restarting economies around the world. So today are new findings about the safety of astrazeneca's shot the european union's drug regulator is due to present the latest findings of its investigation into the company's vaccines later today. It's been reviewing whether or not the drug is linked to blood clots. More than a dozen countries temporarily suspended. Its use germany. Initially dismissed concerns from some european nations. Saying there was no evidence to support a link between the vaccine and blood clots but earlier this week. Germany joined several other governments and temporarily suspending us from berlin. The bbc's jenny hill explains why the german government took the decision and what the consequences might be. Jimmy playing it too safe. Infection is spreading fast here cases rising in newly reopened kindergartens like this one where children huddled on the floor for a game with manager is a better davis. Nursery workers have been pushed up the vaccination priority list. Isabella anti staff were offered. The john is industrial hub. Devastating three of us were vaccinated on sunday to others would have had it today but that was canceled even if they reapproved my colleagues. Don't want to have it now in. Germany dismissed concerns about astrazeneca and blood. Clotting from other countries it's used one point six million doses but then it emerged seven. People here have developed a rare type of blood clot on the brain within days of receiving the job. Experts say statistically that expect around one the case is deemed so severe. Three people died that the health minister in chaban argues. It would be irresponsible to pause. The program germany's unlikely to further relaxed lockdown restrictions and the shoppers picking fruit and veg. This bad in market rule wearing face masks just eight percent of the population has had a first dose of vaccine astra. Zeneca had a bit of an problem here in part because the government initially blocked its use and all the people but this country needs all the vaccine. It can get on the sixth floor of an old tower block. Men arranged tables bottles of disinfectant shabby rooms. It's a night shelter for homeless people and in this makeshift vaccination center. They wanted you to start giving jobs of astra zeneca to residents yesterday fish. All the for you mentioned your liam very sad for the people who live here. Andrea klein is one of the managers on so he's equal. Many of them are at risk vulnerable and so it would be good if they could be vaccinated as fast as possible. The same for the star and we don't know when or if we can start again so we're uncertain. It's a shame. The german government says this wasn't a political decision and it's hard to see what the gain might be around two hundred people die from covert every day in this country and public satisfaction is growing ministers. Insist this was about inspiring. trust it. Maybe they've achieved quite the opposite. That's the bbc's jenny hill reporting from berlin. they're finely read it. Investors who took on wall street by buying stock in game stop have now decided where to put some of that cash. And it's not on fancy cars or plasma. Tv's rather it's on protecting wild. African gorillas around thirty five hundred guerrillas have been adopted by traders in just six days so far for some pictures of those gorillas head to our website in london victoria craig with the marketplace morning report from the bbc world service. Hey it's peter balan resin. I'm a producer for marketplace. Podcast the insert in our this week story about one of my favorite things. Minor league baseball. I am an employee of the cardinals. But i'm doing work for whatever team it is that i'm on for minor league players though there's dark side. The amount that we do get paid is so small is truly baffling. We're talking about wages. That don't even meet minimum wage thresholds. How the baseball industry rewrote federal law to carve minor league players out from minimum wage and overtime. Laws are main argument to congress. Was you need to pass this. Because it goes to our survival. 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"michael cove" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"News talk dot coms or all the ways you could take part in the program at any time. Jimmy Panetta, Democrat out of California of all places. Said in a tweet on Wednesday. In case you missed it. I'm calling on at POTUS to install checks and balances to our nuclear command and control structure past past presidents Have threatened nuclear attacks on other countries or exhibited concerning behavior that cast doubt on their judgment s O past presidents have so you being the current president need to put a check that you need to check yourself before you wreck Greenland? Yeah, I think I think they're worried about him, You know, accidentally confusing the nuclear football for a toaster oven. Yes, make that makes perfect sense to me. Yeah. Hey. What? I don't even want to think I don't even want to think of what would happen if we had a like, if you if we had a major attack on the country. From a known somebody who took credit. Let's say North Korea decided T O get to get all up in this. You know, Iran did say, like, you know, an international rival like China decided to send a virus over here that killed 500,000 of us. Yeah, that'd be crazy. Or if you know, they said, Hey, we did that. Mm hmm. He did that. Yeah, I don't know. I mean, I don't know how how Joe Biden would respond. I don't know how much confidence I would have in him. I have no confidence to be able to actually lead this country through a real crisis. The real attack and 9 11 type or or an act of anak two of aggression against us like that. I don't It genuinely makes me nervous. He can't do 18 seconds off a teleprompter. Let me reiterate our support for the release of the detained Chinese social detained in China. Two Canadians Michael Spot Bar and Michael Cove Ng. Covering. Excuse me. It doesn't no human being. You know what he's talking about Bartering chips. He has no clue what he's talking about it and any given time. You couldn't come out and address the public in a moment of need. He couldn't He couldn't. He couldn't be able to go and make a decision on what course of action we should possibly take. It's on the fact that the media is not what I mean again. That story. You know three dozen Democrats calling for the power for the sole power to be taken away from the current sitting president to be able to launch nuclear weapons. That should be headline news. That's the story. I mean, pull it just from a purely political perspective, not even a national security or or pragmatic from a political perspective. That in and of itself is a big story. The fact that you've got 36 a to least 36 House Democrats. Arguing that Joe Biden needs to have a check and a balance put on him. Is a big political story, and then you can. That's not even getting into the national security implications. You know it. Just look, if anything, do not put Mario kart next to the nuclear football. Make sure that his Nintendo switch controller and the nuclear football artistic Wofford colors Yeah, they looked entirely different, far away from from each other. What's his fancy war game? But is this button do e? Remember? Trump said Something about this will bring me a Coke. Mm hmm. That's Mr President. You just wiped out Argentina. But what's Argentina? I just wanted to Diet Coke, and I wanted to play Luigi. That's that's That's why they removed the Diaco button. That's E think that button's always been there, but they're just like, Don't put it down. Put any buttons near him. Joe loves button. Get him away from the blood from all the button the little presses. Everybody sees. Don't let him around. Buttons doesn't know that he doesn't know what the term don't touch. Anything means literally is no gold. All right. From PJ Media. It is increasingly rare for a Democrat administration to be called out by the mainstream media. But when it does happen, it is quite glorious on Monday. Matt Lee, a new Associated Press reporter of all people. Called out the State Department spokesperson Ned Price for suggesting that Biden was responsible for a Trump administration policy. Biden was basically the Biden administration price they were taking credit. For a decision made by by Russia to scale back their involvement in the natural gas pipeline project between Russia and Germany and in the reporter basically called amounts is Don't you think it's a little disingenuous? I mean, I think that demonstrates that our strategy, including the legislative strategy, the strategy that, of course Congress is has been behind has been working to good effect, so we'll continue to work closely with Germany will continue to work closely with our other allies and partners in Europe to uphold Europe's own stated energy security goals. Does the admit This is genuine to claim credit for the 18 companies winding down all of this work was done in the previous administration have only been in month for only been in office for a month. Right? Are you telling me that in the last four weeks, these 18 companies all of a sudden decide to say, Oh my God, we better not do anything with me and I am speaking for the King's speech. You guys are taking credit for stuff that the previous administration did. I am not speaking for the Department of State people. Who have been working this people who are working this now where the same people a month ago where the same people three months ago three months ago, so I just Eventually, the State Department spokesperson, Price conceded that the bite administration has the same position that the previous administration had. Yeah. Yeah, because you know why? Because they were right. It was a good decision. We have an example later on in the show. We'll get into some cove it some covert issues. But out of the San Francisco Chronicle, which is far from even being a moderate paper, there's an article writer there who actually laid out the nine different reasons why we should start opening again and and, you know again. I'm not. I'm not holding out any sort of false hope. That were suddenly going to have a media that's going to start doing their their their job again. However, I think that we're at least seeing some trends in the right direction, and it speaks to a number of different things. I think it speaks to the Disaster that the response has been from so much democratic leadership to the pandemic. But it also speaks to what the in this case what the Biden administration has been attempting to do. I mean, this is all about which is what we're in trial balloon land. Right. The leftists are just they're trying to divide administration in the left this we're trying to see how much they can get away with. How far can they pushed the envelope? We get this McCarthy esque like attempts to silence You know, mainstream news outlets for reporting news that was happening. That's all that it Wasit was news that was happening. You know, these were these were these were people of all different political parties that were involved during the you know, after the election, looking into election integrity efforts, those outlets were covering news and now you've got the left out there, seeing if they can silence those those voices, so I'm glad to see there's a least a shred. Of pushback happening right now. We could use a lot more of it, though. Jesse Kelly joins us next stick around Justice Andrew Jam packed star studded gala justice and drew this morning. How's that for problem? Right? Twin cities news Talk Am 11 31 Oh, 3.5 FM. It's justice that you're here for our friends over at the Good feed store..
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"And there are they straight out there turning? Yes, I would imagine that they are. Yes. There. There's wild roaming wild roaming dogs, dogs that are licking die. They're growing blue for weird. The blue dogs reportedly will remain under close observation. Meanwhile, no announcements have been made to specifically address the pooches that are also turning pink. Over. Some are calling for an investigation of the chemical dump in in another area near this town were 300,000 tons of toxic waste was unloaded after the Cold War. Have you guys ever seen the chicks like the chickens, The little baby chickens that are died colors. No. So people like when chicks are hatched, And I think this is kind of awful. I don't think people should do this. But when chicks are hatched out sometimes when they're just like newborns, they get sprayed with the dice. So then people could get like cute little colored chickens for Easter and stuff like that. Which is wrong. Don't do that, but they'll do stuff like that. So when I heard about this, I thought that maybe these were like puppies that were sprayed. Somehow. Um, this is not a purpose back blue and pink. That is so odd. So we're in ruin thing to some for a toxic chemical that cause colored Like their hair to grow That way. There is little sister doing. Yeah. What else is a drink? Yeah. And can we pinpoint this so that instead of dyeing her hair all the time, you could just take like Burnett pills over one Take this chemical chemical in your hair will change color without the future. Because maybe we found something here, man that would have done Ah, lot That would have saved a lot of my of my follicles in the dark here. Yeah, like instead of John going out and buying splatter hair dye to dye his hair blue. What could he just take this chemical? Yeah. E had Bright blue hair When I first met Melinda's parents, these are all terrible, terrible ideas. By the way, Thanks for that. It sounds awful. I know. I'm not saying I would do it. I don't even I stay away from artificial flavoring. I wouldn't sit here and take well actually with it when it's affecting their excrement. As well, Just that priority. Well, I'm just saying it's clearly more than just there for Yeah, that is being impacted by whatever is causing. They're there for to turn to turn blue and pink, although, if art amiss was, you know, pooping blue or pink. It would make it a lot more enjoyable. Be good for the gram. It would be good for the grass out of your own instagram account. It would make the snow in the backyard very colorful. Hey, you wouldn't be so inclined to always have to pick it up either. True. It's very true. All right. So before we dive into this kid's in containers and play a little game here, all right. You ready to get a couple clubs to Joe Biden is fun. Really? Okay, so we're gonna go. Uh, do you wanna go grab a phone call here? Sure. Okay. I was going to grab Jo Jo and Blaine. Good morning. Morning, Gentlemen. You guys missed note pink and blue dogs. Their gender reveal dogs before they shipped them when they're done things the Russian version of a gender reveal party release a pack of hounds or whatever color it is. It's Wait till the dog. All right. Don't we find out what it is exactly. You shaved the dog. Yeah, you've got and then when, in the new wait for them to pool like, Yeah, boy, Let's poison our dogs with toxic chemicals so that we could reveal our baby sender. Well, it's just I mean, it's not a good idea, but it's a step up from Let's make an I e d. There's left stand and kill somebody, you know? Yeah. Streets. It's not a good idea, but it's a better idea. Yeah, All right. So this is a segment that will call us call Joe Biden through the years, All right. Okay. So first off, we'll go. We're gonna go all the way back here. We're gonna go all the way back to a place. A portion of this will go away back to 1988 President Joe Biden in 1919 88. My name is Joe Biden. I've been a United States senator for 15 years is a matter of fact, since I've been 29 years old. Is a 29 year old kid. When I ran for the Senate, I did it with a great deal of enthusiasm. As a father and a husband and I thought that I could help make things better. You know, I still feel that way. Think government has an important role to play to make things better for our Children. And now here I am, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, and all right, so that Zubaydah 90 88, Okay, what It was like a different person, so let's let's flash forward. Go back outside. Like 12 years we'll go to Joe Biden. This is in 2000 and nine United States Senate has been my life and that is not hyperbole and living has been my life. I'm in the United States senator considerably longer than it was alive before I was United States and I may be resigning from the Senate today, but I will always be a Senate man. Except for the title father. There is no title, including vice president. That I am more proud to wear than that of a united States senator. Okay, so that Z Joe Biden in 9 2088. 2009. Would you like your Biden like like yesterday? 2021 Let me reiterate. Our support for the release of the detained Chinese social detained in China, two Canadians Michael's Power and Michael Coving. Covering. Excuse me. Human beings are not bartering chips. Oh, he sounds rough on the worst part is when you watch the video clip. He's clearly struggling to read off of a teleprompter, and that's exactly it. That's him reading from removing a teleprompter, the other and I mean that that clip from 09. He's just he's speaking. He's making speeches that podium. There's not a teleprompter in front of the United States in front. I don't think there was with the 88 club either. I don't think so, either. No and So when you watch this clip now he's like squinting and he's trying to read whatever's in front of him. And I imagine it's probably not that far away from him Well and listen. I mean and what he what he's reading gets gets mixed up. I mean, listen to it again. Let me reiterate. Our support for the release of the detained Chinese social detained in China, two Canadians Michael's Power and Michael Cove ng Covering. Excuse me. Human beings are not bartering chips. You know what he hasn't done. I just found out that this out yesterday and it's only cause the media wasn't reporting and I didn't even realize it. You know what typically has been done for the past several presidencies by now. But they've all done the state of the union..
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"With Sue Montgomery. Morocco has become the latest Arab state to normalize relations with Israel following similar declaration since August by the U. A Marine and Sudan. The announcement was made by President Trump, who tweeted that it was another historic breakthrough. Tom Bateman reports from Jerusalem. The deal makes Morocco the fourth Arab country to set aside hostilities with Israel in the past four months. Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, called it extraordinary. The deal will see direct flights and the intention to open embassies, but the Palestinians called it unacceptable, saying it encouraged Israeli denial of their rights. Push for Arab nations to normalize ties with Israel has been led by President Trump, who called this a massive breakthrough for peace in the Middle East. The Lebanese Jonge investigating the devastating explosion in Beirut in August has charged the outgoing prime minister Hassan damp. And three other former ministers with negligence. Here's Leanness in jump. It's now four months after a huge explosion in a warehouse kills more than 200 people, injured Italians and left many others homeless. Many Lebanese hold the entire political class responsible for the blast. But the judge has for now charged only four people with negligence. The outgoing prime minister has and jab. And three former ministers. There's evidence that the government received several warnings about the danger off storing such explosives at the port, but no action was taken. Mr Dhiab has said his conscience is clear. The European Commission is set out proposals designed to ease the worst effects of a rupture with Britain. If the two sides failed to conclude the post Brexit trade deal is proposing that the implement reciprocal contingency measures that would cover here and road connections for six months and fishing for up to a year. Both sides say significant differences still remain in their attempts to agree a deal before the current transition period ends in three weeks Time. The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, warned to full deal wasn't possible at the moment. The U. K will continue to do everything we possibly can. And a ZAY say I stand ready to Talk to anybody, our friends and partners in the you whenever they want At the moment, I have to tell you in all candor. The treaty's not there yet, and that was the strong view of our Cabinet as well. Canada says that Chinese officials have no clarified that two Canadians accused of espionage have not been on trial, blaming an inaccurate statement from China's Foreign Ministry for the confusion. Michael Cove, Rick and Michael spot for were detained two years ago, shortly after Canada carried out to US extradition request and arrested two top Chinese technology executive. Mang won Jo. Since then, the two Michael says, they're commonly known, have had no access to lawyers. BBC news. Brazil's health regulator on visa has decided to allow temporary emergency use of covert 19 vaccines in the country for vaccines are in phase three testing in Brazil. These are by AstraZeneca, Fizer, Johnson and Johnson on also China's sign of act biotech vaccine. Regulators said the companies will be able to request authorization as long as the jobs comply with minimum security on deficiency rates. Environmental authorities in Denmark investigating where the decomposing mink buried in mass graves after a nationwide cull may have contaminated groundwater. The government ordered the killing of bombing confer farms last month after the discovery of a mutated strain of coronavirus in humans. More from Electra Naysmith. They were more than 15 million mink housed in fur farms across Denmark. The sheer numbers involved in the coal meant that not all could be incinerated instead somewhere buried in shallow pits in a military training area in the west of the country. Officials said there was no risk to drinking water. But the decaying Ming soon began to resurface most likely because of gas is released during decomposition, Denmark's environmental Protection Agency now once the corpses dug up They're carrying out further tests on a warning that contaminated ground water could flow to other areas. The lower house of the Argentine Congress has begun debating a bill to legalize abortion. If passed, it would provide for legal termination up to the 14th week of pregnancy. It would also act as a benchmark for other Latin American countries. British appeals court, trying to decide who has control of Venezuelan gold held on the Bank of England has ruled that the case must return to the UK Supreme Court. The Venezuelan government led by President Nicolas Maduro. Spent the last two years attempting to get the 30 tons of gold released BBC News Six months, six above sea. You ever I grabbed the mike because I like to take you to another mental level. No power frequency radio modulation. The big sound from underground We bring the two places and good afternoon. Welcome.
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"Canada says that Chinese officials have no clarified that two Canadians accused of espionage have not been on trial, blaming an inaccurate statement from China's Foreign Ministry for the confusion. Michael Cove, Rick and Michael spot for were detained two years ago, shortly after Canada carried out to US extradition request and arrested two top Chinese technology executive. Mang won Jo. Since then, the two Michael says, they're commonly known, have had no access to lawyers. BBC news.
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"On the world. I'm Marco Werman you with the world where co-production of the BBC World Service W. G. B. H. and P.. Rx Beijing had some strong words for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau this morning. Stop Making irresponsible remarks Trudeau ignore the advice, and repeated his belief that Beijing's decision to charge two Canadians with spying was retribution for the arrest of a Chinese tech EXEC in Vancouver Hallway executive among Joe was arrested in Vancouver in two thousand eighteen Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said this. This morning that the two cases are completely different. The world's Rebecca Kathleen joins me from Shanghai. Rebecca how is the case of these two Canadian men charged with spying been reported in China on Friday, official state media reported that Canadians Michael Cove Reagan Michael. STABBER, were charged with stealing state secrets, and the news reports were very short on details and strictly followed the official line. So this is how it got announced on Friday Auction Charlie. Arguing you. She's your hop. Indian. Argue the Arthur. You get your shoes yet. Seventeen second report on the news and official print media put out similar short statements the two michaels Michael. Covert and Michael Savage her. They were actually charged in two very different places I Michael. Covert was charged in Beijing and that's where he's being detained and Michael splatter was charged in Dandong is near to the North Korean border. Both of them are being held on charges of stealing and illegally providing state secrets to overseas entities and on social media like China's TIKTOK and video websites. There were also videos coming through official media channels, but these were accompanied by this background music. Wow. There was a twenty four in China guess would be the soundtrack. Yeah, sounds like a spy thriller. There's been a lot of reporting on the extradition case meantime of Weiwei executive among long Joe She's.
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"Are that big. Thank you, Scott. Thank you NPR's, Scott d'etre. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Canada has found itself in an awkward position squeezed between two of the world's most powerful countries. The US requested that Canada arrest and extradite a senior executive of one of China's tech giant's while way, and China is furious and threatening to retaliate NPR's. Jackie Northam traveled to Vancouver where this Canadian crisis began. It's a typically grey drizzly day here in downtown Vancouver. Where an extradition hearing is underway. A gaggle of mostly Chinese protesters have gathered outside the court one man sets fire to a small Chinese flag, another Louis Wong holds a poster showing pictures of two Canadian men. Michael cove, rake, Michael survivor who are in a Chinese prison. Chinese use them as the hostage to negotiate a deal with China. Chinese. Authorities arrested the two men in December shortly after Canadian authorities detain mum long. Joe she's the chief financial officer of walkway one of the world's largest manufacturers of telecommunication equipment. The Trump administration wants Canada to extradite her on charges of fraud and skirting US sanctions on Iran Canada. Agreed Canada play totally by the rule book here. Jonathan man Thorpe is author of clause of the panda Beijing's campaign of influence in intimidation. In Canada, we have international extradition treaty with the US. We followed it by the letter Canada has extradited many Chinese nationals over the years says Paul Evans an Asia specialist at the university of British Columbia. But Beijing sees this one is different Canada has captured a Chinese Princess from an iconic company and has acted at the behest of the United States too. Many Chinese that's been deeply upsetting Washington wants allies including Canada Tobar walkways equipment when. They roll out there five G networks. Many here feel monks arrest is part of that effort to contain walkway. All this comes when the US and China are involved in a bitter trade dispute Evans, says Canada felt tricked. When President Trump said, he would consider intervening and monks case, if it helps secure a trade deal with China. There is a widespread feeling in Canada that the request from American authorities to arrest matrimony. Was for political reasons that place Canada directly in China's crosshairs beyond arresting the two Canadians. Beijing has blocked hundreds of millions of dollars worth of grain imports. Monks extradition process could drag on for months possibly years and China cook continued to ratchet up the pressure. Evans says Canada has to figure out how to contain the collateral damage patient diplomacy structuring some at centers for China to behave better, but as mall country like Canada doesn't have many levers in tit for tat retaliation game. In the meantime, among is under house arrest at one of her to multi million dollar homes here on a quiet upscale neighborhood of Vancouver security officers sit in a black SUV out front. Book author manned Thorpe says mung has a relatively easy. She is only required to be in her house overnight. She's out shopping. Most of the time unlike kidnapped Canadians in China who are being subject to sleep deprivation and interrogation several hours a day. But man Thorpe says the one thing Canada will not do is released Mong long Zhou unless the US dropped its extradition. Request. Jackie Northam NPR news.
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"That big thank you, Scott. Thank you NPR's, Scott d'etre. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Canada has found itself in an awkward position squeezed between two of the world's most powerful countries. The US requested that Canada arrest and extradite a senior executive of one of China's tech giant's while way, and China is furious and threatening to retaliate NPR's. Jackie Northam traveled to Vancouver where this Canadian crisis began. It's a typically grey drizzly day here in downtown Vancouver. Where an extradition hearing is underway. A gaggle of mostly Chinese protesters have gathered outside the court one man sets fire to a small Chinese flag, another Louis Wong holds a poster showing pictures of two Canadian men. Michael cove, rake, Michael survivor who are in a Chinese prison. Chinese use them as the hostage to negotiate a deal with Chinese authorities arrested the two men in December shortly after Canadian authorities, detain Mangalore. Zhou? She's the chief financial officer of walkway one of the world's largest manufacturers of telecommunication equipment. The Trump administration wants Canada to extradite her on charges of fraud and skirting US sanctions on Iran Canada. Agreed Canada play totally by the rule book here. Jonathan man Thorpe is author of clause of the panda Beijing's campaign of influence in intimidation. In Canada, we have international extradition treaty with the US. We followed it by the letter Canada has extradited many Chinese nationals over the years says Paul Evans an Asia specialist at the university of British Columbia. But Beijing sees this one is different Canada has captured a Chinese Princess from an iconic company and has acted at the behest of the United States too. Many Chinese that's been deeply upsetting Washington wants allies including Canada Tobar walkways equipment when. They roll out there five G networks. Many here. Feel monks arrest is part of that effort to contain walkway. All this comes when the US and China are involved in a bitter trade dispute Evans, says Canada felt tricked. When President Trump said, he would consider intervening and monks case, if it helps secure a trade deal with China. There is a widespread feeling in Canada that the request from American authorities to arrest Matt among was for political reasons that place candidate directly in China's crosshairs beyond arresting the two Canadians. Beijing has blocked hundreds of millions of dollars worth of grain imports. Monks extradition process could drag on for months possibly years and China cook continued to ratchet up the pressure. Evans says Canada has to figure out how to contain the collateral damage patient diploma. Ac- structuring some incentives for China to behave better, but a small country like Canada doesn't have many levers in tit for tat retaliation game. In the meantime, is under house arrest at one of her to multi million dollar homes here in a quiet upscale neighborhood of Vancouver security officers sit in a black SUV out front book, author man Thorpe says mum has a relatively easy. She's only required to be in her house overnights. She's out shopping most of the time, I'm like. Kidnapped Canadians in China who are being subject to sleep deprivation and interrogation several hours a day. A man Thorpe says the one thing Canada will not do is release Mong long Zhou unless the US dropped its extradition. Request. Jackie Northam NPR news Vancouver..
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"Have gathered outside the court one man sets fire to a small Chinese flag. Another Louis Hong holds a poster showing pictures of two Canadian men. Michael cove rake, Michael for who are in a Chinese prison. Chinese used them as hostage to negotiate a deal with China. Chinese. Authorities arrested the two men in December shortly after Canadian authorities detain mung long. Zhou? She's the chief financial officer of walkway one of the world's largest manufacturers of telecommunication equipment. The Trump administration wants Canada to extradite her on charges of fraud and skirting US sanctions on Iran Canada. Agreed Canada play totally by the rule boat here. Jonathan man Thorpe is author of clause of the panda Beijing's campaign of influence in intimidation. In Canada, we have international extradition treaty with the US. We followed it by the letter Canada has extradited many Chinese nationals over the years says Paul Evans an Asia specialist at the university of British Columbia. But Beijing sees this one is different Canada has captured a Chinese Princess from an iconic company and has acted at the behest of the United States too. Many Chinese that's been deeply upsetting Washington wants allies including Canada Tobar walkways equipment when. They roll out there five G networks. Many here. Feel monks arrest is part of that effort to contain walkway. All this comes when the US and China are involved in a bitter trade dispute Evans, says Canada felt tricked. When President Trump said, he would consider intervening and monks case, if it helps secure a trade deal with China. There is a widespread feeling in Canada that the request from American Thorndike's to arrest manner. Mon was for political reasons that place Canada directly in China's crosshairs beyond arresting the two Canadians. Beijing has blocked hundreds of millions of dollars worth of grain imports. Monks extradition process could drag on for months possibly years and China cook continued to ratchet up the pressure. Evans says Canada has to figure out how to contain the collateral damage patient diploma. Structuring some it centers for China to behave better, but as small country like Canada doesn't have many levers in a tit-for-tat retaliation game. In the meantime, among is under house arrest at one of her to multi million dollar homes here in a quiet upscale neighborhood of Vancouver security officers sit in a black SUV up front book, author man Thorpe says mum has a relatively easy. She is only required to be in her house overnight. She's out shopping. Most of the time unlike kidnapped Canadians in China who are being subject to sleep deprivation and interrogation several hours a day. A man Thorpe says the one thing Canada will not do is released mung long Zhou unless the US dropped its extradition. Request. Jackie Northam NPR news Vancouver..
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"WGN news, then as Waylon officials say they've arrested twenty seven members of the national guard. They're accused of launching an uprising against the government. They say the national guardsmen in the capital of Caracas took a police captain hostage and stole a cache of weapons from another outpost today socialist party chief Diosdado Cabello says more arrests could be on the way as you may have guessed things are tense right now in Venezuela political opposition. You leaders calling for protests across that country Wednesday with the goal of driving President Nicolas Maduro from office and more than one hundred academics. And former diplomats are calling on China to release two Canadians who have been detained in an apparent retaliation for the arrest of a top Chinese tech exec in Canada, the letter addressed to Chinese president Xi Jinping says the arrests send a chilling message that policy and diplomacy work is unwelcome and even risky in China. It notes that one of those detained Michael cove rigs a former diplomat who was working as an expert on Asia for the International Crisis Group think tank more than twenty diplomats from seven countries and one hundred scholars and academics from nineteen countries. Signed covert and entrepreneur Michael spader were both arrested last month on vague national security allegations. And there's a new push to make the Indiana dunes national lakeshore a national park Indiana's senators, Todd young and Mike Braun along with congressman pizzas. Klaus GI filed a Bill for that designation. A similar Bill was filed in two thousand seventeen. But didn't make it through congress. This glossy says making the dunes national park would help the northwest Indiana economy. The national lakeshore was established in nineteen sixty six and includes.
"michael cove" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour
"And we went to this they called del gross which is this this fed tastic small town theme park one side of the road is a waterpark one side of the highway is the carnal rides and stuff and i got two things to share with you about this fantastic adventure we had i had a ball do things first of all fat shaming has clearly not yet reached tuna i saw some of the most of bees human beings ever seen in my life and they were wearing bikinis and proud okay the second thing is i realize that there are no good tattoo artists altoona brings me to this point i went to a similar this is a while back i went to similar fair and told my buddy was going he's like oh fats tat's i didn't know what he's talking about shut up everybody was fat and everybody had to it was it was really very impressive so book i think we're on facebook look for some interesting pictures oh yeah i'll i'll i'll look for the photos guy and god bless dog grosses i really didn't have a great time if you're ever in central pennsylvania and you wanna have a lot of fun it's great truly very well done theme park loss of interesting people but the the park was great the food was great the rights great we had a bolt let's get mr cove l shall we bring them on artor buddy our guests on the podcast this week is michael cove l he is an vowed entrepreneur and the author of five books including the international bestseller trend following his investigative narrative turtle trader and the twenty eleven title trend commandments this perspectives have garnered international acclaim and have earned him speaking invitations from organizations such as china asset management managed funds association market technicians association and multiple hedge funds and mutual funds michael also has the distinction of interviewing five nobel prize winners in economics and has been featured in the wall street journal bloomberg cici tv and fox business kovalchuk is writing on trend following at trend following that calm and can be heard each week on his on his podcast trend following radio which has racked up over six hundred episodes of downloaded seven million times michael's clients are.