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"mister gutierrez" Discussed on WTOP
"Hour to WTO glad you're with us. I've dean lane. Our producer is teddy gellman. Among the top stories we're following for you as we roll into this Thursday together, we begin with the Senate voting nearly unanimously on Wednesday this week to expand NATO by admitting both Finland and Sweden. On this vote, the yeas are 95, the nays are one and one senator responded present. Let's get more now from WTO capital hill correspondent Mitchell Miller, Thursday morning. Maryland democratic senator Ben cardin is one of the many lawmakers from both parties who say the decision is one that will get the attention of Russia, as it continues to attack Ukraine. Expanding NATO at this moment is a clear message to mister Putin that we stand with the democratic countries of Europe. But Missouri Republican Josh hawley suggests U.S. allies haven't been pulling their weight in terms of financial commitments. This isn't to say that the United States should abandon NATO. But it is to say that our European allies really must do more. Halle was the only senator to vote no, adding Finland and Sweden to NATO would be the broadest expansion of the alliance since 7 members were added in 2004. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, news. Double DTP at four 33. CBS News brief and his defamation damages trial, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones said he now realizes it was irresponsible to say the 2012 sandy hook school shooting was a hoax. It's been terrible for everybody involved. Including myself and so I really do want to kind of change things and hopefully be a more positive force when it comes to issues like mass shootings. The jury has begun to liberating as if Kentucky hasn't suffered enough from deadly flooding. Now it's a steam bath. Governor Andy beshear. Highs are ranging in the 90s. They're going to be combined with a humid air mass and it's going to make it feel much hotter. The UN secretary general Antonio Guterres once nations to heavily tax oil and gas producers. The BBC's Michelle fleury. Mister Gutierrez is urging governments to introduce a windfall tax on the record profits together he pointed out the largest producers had made a profit of almost a $100 billion. CBS News brief I'm Christopher Cruise. Campaign 2022
"mister gutierrez" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"The United Nations has begun a monthlong meeting about the status of the 50 year old nuclear non proliferation treaty against the background of growing nuclear tensions with North Korea, Russia and Iran. Speaking at the opening on Monday, Antonio Guterres, the UN secretary general said, today, humanity is just one misunderstanding, one miscalculation away from nuclear annihilation. Well, doctor Patricia Lewis leads the international security program at chatham House and joins me now. Patricia, those are very strong words from mister Gutierrez. What else did he say? I think the words are really well understood, actually, because yes, they're strong, but it is true. So at times of crisis and conflict, we have seen throughout history. And particularly with nuclear weapons, how close we have been to mistakes made through misperception, misunderstanding, miscommunication. We've got countless examples of these near misses we call them more close calls. So what he's saying, really, at a time of crisis, like we're seeing at the moment Ukraine where we've got a nuclear weapon state making overt threats, IE Russia, then all sorts of things could go horribly wrong. There's no small mistake with nuclear weapons. I think that's the critical thing, unlike conventional weapons, you know, once you unleash the nuclei horrors, then all sorts of things will kick off from all over the world. Vladimir Putin's also released a statement. What was his message and does it signal a change of direction since the start of the conflict in Ukraine? Yes, so Vladimir Putin put out a statement which riff's office statement that was made earlier in January with all the 5 nuclear weapon states that were within the non proliferation treaty, which is China, France, UK, U.S. and Russia. And it's a statement that was actually made originally by presidents Reagan and Gorbachev to say that a nuclear war could never be won and must never be fought. So he was essentially repeating that. I think, of course, it's a welcome statement. It's good that he reputed it. But on the other hand, he's made overt threats to use nuclear weapons. So what does that mean? Which statement we are to believe at the moment, and I think this is very confusing for everybody. But certainly if he's trying to reset, that's very welcome. What are the other areas of concern? Well, within the non proliferation treaty, there are many areas of concern. Obviously, we have the issue of Iran's nuclear program, the issue of North Korea's nuclear weapons program and a lot of saber rattling going on there. I think we have also within Ukraine. We have the use of nuclear facilities such as Chernobyl and Zappos to the ray being used to store weapons use weapons and they've actually been attacked. So this is a huge new development that Russia has carried out attacks on civil nuclear facilities, nuclear power stations and nuclear spent fuel repositories. So this is a big departure in terms of the way the in the past, these things were very protective because of the dangers involved. And of course we've got the usual North Korean saber rattling. I wonder how the situation can be deescalated. There are many ways in which you could be deescalated. And first of all, with Russia, if president Putin's statement could be taken as made and he could demonstrate, I think, that this was a case by perhaps saying it again, but perhaps reassuring. I mean, I think at the moment, of course, nobody really trusts what he says. But you know, I think these are the kinds of things in terms of posture, remove the weapons from and Chernobyl and remove the weapons from zapper issue and any other place that they might be using as a sort of a shield for those weapons. And then I think begin again, arms control negotiations. And Russia says they want them, the U.S. says they want them, we have a treaty between them, you start, which needs urgent attention because it's due to run out very soon. So we have to get going on that in terms of negotiation. That would be one big step forward. Now, as energy supplies become a huge global issue, is the issue of safe nuclear power on the agenda. Yes it is, yes, so the non operation treat is very interesting. It's essentially a dynamic equilibrium bargain if you like to put it in a really weird way. But it's a bargain between the nuclear weapon states and the non nuclear weapon states, non nuclear weapon states won't develop nuclear weapons, won't get them. They'll make sure that all of the nuclear activities civil and peaceful uses of nuclear energy are safeguarded by the International Atomic Energy Agency. And in the meantime, the nuclear weapons states say they'll get rid of nuclear weapons. So in order to have this safe nuclear energy, the treaty really promotes the use of nuclear energy through support from the International Atomic Energy Agency as well as safeguarding the nuclear material so it can't be diverted to for military purposes. Doctor Patricia Lewis, thank you very much indeed. Now, still to come on the program. And we've been trying to describe what this is for a long time. The truth is, it's impossible. One has to come here and see this for yourself. We'll catch up with the producers of the ABBA voyage concert, which recently opened its doors here in London. This is the globalist on monocle 24. UBS is a global financial services firm with over 150 years of heritage. Built on the unique dedication of our
"mister gutierrez" Discussed on UN News
"This is the news in brief from the united nations least developed countries have invested around fourteen times less in that post caved economic recovery than rich nations. He could do far more to help them. Balance out growing inequalities. Un chief attorney tash said on monday addressing the untied fifteen high level virtual meeting on trade and development. Mister gutierrez told delegates that the world's pandemic recovery was moving in the wrong direction with millions of jobs lost and social safety nets out of reach too many the un secretary general reminded delegates that one hundred and twenty million people fell into poverty last year. A further eight hundred eleven million are going hungry today. He added while decades of hard one development progress. How slipping away to to turn this around. Mister gutierrez urged those gathered in barbados and remotely to tackle four key challenges to sustainable and inclusive development. These included debt distressed that left poor countries crippled because they had to service foreign loans and which the un chief suggested could be fixed by creating greater equity and extending their debt. Relief payments bolt investments are also needed in education social protection healthcare and decent work at the community level mister gutierrez said as fair trade rules modernizing investment to help the poorest nations reduce costs that made them uncompetitive the final challenge for developing countries will be to ensure that green transition away from carbon heavy economies to green energy sources. The secretary-general continued war. Crimes and crimes against humanity have likely been committed in libya by all parties to the conflict since two thousand sixteen including external actors a human rights council appointed probe said on monday from arbitrary detention torture the recruitment of child soldiers and mass killings the independent fact-finding mission on libya listed numerous grave rights violations which had impacted on the country's people civilians were particularly at risk during the twenty one thousand nine hundred twenty twenty five for tripoli. The mission said as well as during other armed confrontations in the country since two thousand sixteen. The investigators published their findings after interviewing more than one hundred fifty individuals alongside parallel research in libya tunisia and italy. Here's the missions. Tracy robinson speaking to journalists in geneva arbitrary detention in secret prisons and unbearable conditions of detention are widely used by the state and militias against anyone perceived to be a threat to their interests or views valance in libyan prisons is committed on such a scale and with such a level of organization that it may also potentially amount to crimes against humanity mission. Member chile. Cuba yanni also pointed to the continued presence of foreign fighters in the country from the syrian conflict allegedly contracted by the russian based wagner group. The deaths of youngsters and adults in yemen over the weekend has been condemned by the un children's fund eunice f. This follows reported missile strikes in central europe city on sunday which left two children. Dead and twenty. Four people injured a day earlier in the southern city of aden. Four non competence died including one child in a statement. Ted shaaban unicef regional director for the middle east and north africa said that since fighting escalated in two thousand fifteen nearly ten thousand children have been confirmed killed or injured the development follows a reported uptick in conflict and violent riots sparked by economic collapse and poor public services. Daniel johnson you're news..
"mister gutierrez" Discussed on UN News
"With girls wanting to be closer to home or the journalists being received too just too dangerous for girls. So boys i expected to make it through the sahara way to europe or be able to cross iran and turkey and reach grease whereas of course this journeys we know. They are often horrific and fraud with enormous risks and not considered safe. And they aren't safe then. Of course we also have when it comes to trafficking and exploitation you gender differences. It is quite shocking. I think to recall that girls out number boys four to three among those who have been identified as victims of trafficking at in particular of course gaza being trafficked for sexual expectation whereas boys much more likely much more often for labor but generally we are seeing a trend that is very concerning that the number of children and trafficking victims has doubled since two thousand four now of course data has been improving at the same time but it is telling that they fewer migration pathways that i've bailable that are safe and that are accessible to children in boys and the more economic pressure is on a country on society. We've seen it again. in kuwait. Actually the greater the risk for children to become victims of trafficking. So now that you have more information about what's happening. What's the next step. What's the way forward. I think most importantly is we want. This report sparked discussion so as unicef itself we will take the report to try and see what more we can do to address our own spots whether there is in response to force displacement in context like afghanistan or suda elsewhere where we are rapidly trying to scale up better availability of gender sensitive gender responsive services for example sexual and gender base violence or mental health services for girls and boys that are taking into account their specific needs but we also of course what other partners to do the same so across the un system. How can we take these findings as a moment of reflection. And say okay. We have a lot of debates especially over the past few years about who is a migrant who is a refugee who is an iep but little has been spent on looking a little closer and actually pulling the cut back and saying okay behind a refugee or migrant. There's always a chained up and there's always an age. So what is it that we really need to do in order to respond better and if we are seeing these highly skewed migration routes and various skewed and uneven access to protection. We cannot just go back and pretend we now you know we unknow it now. There is a problem where can afghan girls seek protection if they need to. will we. Now see the moment to actually expand resettlement options safe pathways for afghan girls and other girls boys and other contexts that at the moment of the do not have access to protection whether by not physically reaching it or by just having no avenue and voices and their needs just are not hurt and not noted and as a result are not met. Katie there with unicef's rennick. Now my thanks to both of them for this wakeup call about just how many unaccompanied children are on the move. Today seeking safety outside their home country for more details on the un children's fund report just search online for uncertain pathways. Now it's time for some closing thoughts from solarge. Bahati cortes hi solarge. I know that with afghanistan in the spotlight. Your thoughts are with all those in the country. Orla danielle yes. I wish or the girls in the world had wings to fly especially afghan girls. I would like them to be swallows so they migrate far far away. But reality has only given them short wings and girls face and certain pathways. Do you know why. Swallows migrate even if it is the wrong season because it's called and they are looking for food for some girls. Migration is a way to escape from drugs for others is a strategy to avoid a force at mariot. How much do we know about inequality between boys and girls on the move. What do the girls who stay in afghanistan do where are they. Why is so difficult to collect. The data are day invisible. Swallows in two thousand and two the algerian jerry and novelist. Yes macabre wrote lizzy holmdale the kabul this swallows of kabul almost twenty years later. It seems that this is a time that has not gone away. The novel tells the story of two afghan couple under the taliban regime. One character says we have all been killed. It was so long ago that we forgot it and when the author writes about how few women that are out in public under the taliban here alludes to warms of decanes swallows who only make adult sound when they pass near men today the last swallows hiding kabul and they will never see spring again unless we keep asking and comfortable questions as very neck. Now's pointed out but we also need to spread our humanitarian wings urgently. Thank you so launch so many un agencies in the past week or so have said that they will stay and serve the people of afghanistan where they can after the taliban takeover many unh organizations have been in afghanistan for decades and they really are not about to leave finally the un secretary. General attorney tariffs announced earlier this week. That a flash appeal for afghanistan will be launched to cover the most immediate needs. But for this to happen. Let's remember what mister gutierrez asked of member states i to dig deep for the people of afghanistan. He asked them to provide timely flexible and comprehensive funding. So that the neediest people in crisis get help immediately which is a key humanitarian principle of course and mister gutierrez also called on those states with influence inside afghanistan to ensure that aid workers have sustained access and all the legal safeguards that they need to stay and deliver over and above those in international humanitarian law. That's what we have time for my thanks. Katie dot foot for all her hard work sniffing out stories for this week's show and also for your news which you can catch online anytime and to you sinatra being here remotely once again tailgate. Thank you listeners. For taking an interest in the united nations we do appreciate it. We'll be back next week. 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"mister gutierrez" Discussed on UN News
"For millions of afghans must not be interrupted said dr amid madari the w eight show regional director for the eastern mediterranean the development comes as u n agencies repeated their commitment to stay and deliver assistance to those in need in afghanistan after the taliban secured the capital on sunday at a press conference in geneva. Un children's fund unicef said that eighteen million people in the country need aid assistance and one in three children is expected to be severely malnourished. This year his the agency's chief of filled operations and emergency mustapha. Ben massoud speaking from kabul on tuesday derek impacts office Inviting direct impact is civilian memorised. Children have seen injured in such a way that it's difficult to describe young children as young as ten month. The un cool for solidarity with the victims of haiti's catastrophic earthquake. Now a secretary general antonio guitarfish told the islanders you on that alone. According to latest reports the magnitude seven point two earthquake on the fourteenth of august killed more than two thousand people and injured around twelve thousand in the worst hit areas in the southwest of the caribbean island. Few houses still standing. Us aid coordinating office. Archer reported more than five hundred. Thousand people need emergency humanitarian assistance. It noted that two additional humanitarian convoys was scheduled to deliver assistance on wednesday including medical supplies and healthcare clean water and emergency shelter. Archer also noted that age. Trucks faced roadblocks erected by communities of unmet needs while heavy rains from tropical storm. Grace have hampered deliveries. Un secretary general antonio guitarist as letty call for u n peacekeepers to fully embrace new technology to respond to changing challenges outlining his strategy for the digital transformation of un peacekeeping. Mister gutierrez told the security council that twenty-first-century innovations were changing the nature of conflict and having an indelible impact on civilians the organizations twelve peacekeeping operations already used many digital tools in their daily work such as unmanned aerial vehicles and online platforms. That provide information about the kind of terrain that blue helmets should expect to encounter. but it's essential that this process picks up speed to improve the un's agility anticipation and responsiveness to conflicts. Mr parrish insisted on wednesday. He added that piece operations should develop clear principles on the use of digital tools and undertake human rights due diligence wherever there is potential for harm katie dartford un news. Thanks to katie dartford for the news. There are now to this week's interview which comes to us from guinea where you and health agency. Experts are on the ground supporting authorities and keeping the lid on deadly marburg virus. It's being reported in geck ado prefecture in southwest guinea and. It's the first known case. In the country and west africa to talk about the prevention measures underway. I spoke to the world health organization's representative in guinea. Dr george ki-zerbo really significant event. Jeez arising in for the first time in west africa also mother virus is rally from the same family as virus which causes a bulla. it is usually stipulating in animal populations but sometimes by accident and be passed to human populations and then from person-to-person. I close contact with body fleas blood or in setting so it is an event that he's ready serious in guinea but also in the region because of the cross border implications with liberia and sierra leone. Said what do you think to stop it. That's being one fatality. So far contactors probably. Yes the rest. I teams are working at points of entry sierra leone liberia the person at the have been equipped and trained and also the communities are being engaged because these communities are billeting there. There's a lot of mobility for people going to market. We're going to family events. So sensitized station of community so that they can take all the precautions especially avoiding attaching. Ill people avoiding also large gatherings especially for funerals which are very very dangerous events where people can come into contact with a dead body and then say the infection contact racine. He's also ongoing. We have one hundred fifty context but maybe five hundred irish which would be a monitor for twenty one days which is the maximum period of incubation. Make sure that they're not abiding writers and then quickly. George where are these contacts being monitored in their own isolated from the rest of the families and supported including food and over means of hygiene and repetitive measures. So that we can stay at for twenty one days and avoid transmitting these. That sounds very promising. Can we just talk about the potential for confusion of marburg with their below and other diseases and other infections i mean. How confident are you that it won't be spread because it's not initially easy to diagnose something like marburg is it a missile to communities really any few any lights syndrome really concert as soon as possible and be tested. I think this is a key message. Mahbubug is different from because there's no known treatment of vaccine so so we can only stop it for very very robust prevention community and talking about the community. How do you get their trust. Because you're coming in from the outside with the greatest of respect. What does it take to really involve the community in combating. Something like mullebeck is what we did was really to enroll social anthropologists but community health workers also and risk communication staff. Who are some of them are from the community. Some of them are actually speaking the same language so they can use that proximity community to engage leaders at the community level. The elders remand the young people from the community and pass. The message is in a way that can be understood and that is in line with the social cultural perception of this community. So i think this is something that has worked in recent worldwide. Demme who were able to stop fishing informers even as now another left in iowa. We've potential epidemiology link. We've never invested so really community. Engagement is a key in these outright responses talking if ebola in guinea and the new cote d'ivoire outbreak alert and not forgetting the twenty thirteen to sixteen epidemic in guinea sierra leone and liberia. Has there been any improvement in.
"mister gutierrez" Discussed on UN News
"The delivery of lifesaving aid and medical supplies to millions of afghans must not be cut the u. n. health agency has said citing a threefold rise in the number of trauma cases according to the world health organization. Seventy the health facilities at support across afghanistan treated nearly fourteen thousand conflict related cases. Last month that compares with only four thousand and fifty seven cases senior a year ago sustained access to humanitarian assistance including essential. Health services and medical. Supplies is a critical lifeline. For millions of afghans must not be interrupted said dr amid madari the w eight show regional director for the eastern mediterranean the development comes as u n agencies repeated their commitment to stay and deliver assistance to those in need in afghanistan after the taliban secured the capital on sunday at a press conference in geneva. Un children's fund unicef said that eighteen million people in the country need aid assistance and one in three children is expected to be severely malnourished. This year his the agency's chief of filled operations and emergency mustapha. Ben massoud speaking from kabul on tuesday derek impacts office Inviting direct impact is civilian memorised. Children have seen injured in such a way that it's difficult to describe young children as young as ten month.
"mister gutierrez" Discussed on UN News
"This is the news. In brief from the united nations has the global aid community marked world humanitarian day on thursday. Un chief antonio guitarist paid tribute to all those who helped people in need before urging support for the days hashtag the human race campaign and it's focused on protecting the world's most vulnerable from the climate emergency. Humanitarian workers are here to help the world's most vulnerable people when disaster strikes. The secretary general said adding that in the past twenty years shootings kidnappings and other attacks on humanitarian organizations have increased tenfold. This year alone at least seventy two humanitarian workers have been killed in conflict zones turning to this year's campaign for world humanitarian day. Hashtag at the human race which highlights how climate extremes are causing misery across the world an overwhelming frontline responders. Mr guitarfish warned that the climate emergency is a race. We are losing but it's a race we can and must win hosting on exercise platforms stroller. Participants asked to call one hundred minutes of exercise for the world humanitarian day campaign. They can run roll. Ride walk swim kick or hit -able each actual counts towards helping us carry our message to world leaders when they meet the un climate change conference in november said un humanitarian coordinating office archer which is behind the campaign the global initiative to say the planet's biodiversity on land and water must not be allowed to threaten the world's most vulnerable people atop human rights expert said on thursday under a u n backed a global biodiversity framework draft agreement countries have agreed to protect thirty percent of the planet and restored lease twenty percent by twenty thirty. Un special reporter. David boyd said that although the plan was essential to conservation efforts it must not be achieved at the expense of further human rights violations against indigenous and other rural people minorities including people of african descent. Rural women in rural youth were not adequately prioritized in the current draft plan. Mr boyd insisted. Despite the fact that their knowledge and conservation contributions must be recognized respected and supported the independent rights expert reports to the human rights council cautioned against what he called fortress conservation approaches that aim to restore pristine wilderness. When no humans live. The call comes ahead of an october conference. Inconven- china where representatives of one hundred ninety countries will seek to finalize the un post twenty twenty global biodiversity framework u. n. Secretary general antonio guitarfish has led a coup for u n peacekeepers to fully embrace new technology to response to ever challenges outlining his strategy for the digital transformation of un peacekeeping. Mister gutierrez told the security council that twenty-first-century innovations were changing the nature of conflict and having an indelible impact on civilians the organizations twelve peacekeeping operations already use many digital tools in their daily work such as unmanned aerial vehicles and online platforms. That provide information about the kind of terrain that blue helmets should expect to encounter. but it's essential that this process is picks up speed to improve the un's agility anticipation and responsiveness to conflicts. Mr qatari Insisted before adding the peace operations should develop clear principles on the use of digital tools and undertake human rights.
"mister gutierrez" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts
"This man was on repeat. Hatred is going viral stigmatizing vilifying people in groups today. I'm announcing a new united nations communications response initiative to flood to the incident with facts and silence while cantering the growing scourge of misinformation of poison. That is putting even more lives at risk so this is talking just about controlling the whole narrative. Sorry michael Cover this and then just talk a little bit. So hey we all key statement for me. The vaccine is trust. I trust in so-and-so i salute the journalists another fact checking the mantle of misleading stories in social media protest so mess around trust social media companies must do more to reach out hate and home decisions sessions about coded knowing team and we. We got another one. His second trust in the institutions grinded in responsive responsible evidence based governance and leadership. I'm smiling as i'm reading this but really this is really so dangerous. Trust in each other as long as you believe what He tells you to believe mutual respect and upholding. Human rights must biak in navigating this crisis together. Let's reject law is nonsense out there so this man is is quite incredible He's setting the policy. You've got to believe what he tells you to believe. You must believe his the united nations version of what the scientific truth. You mustn't listen to any so lantis. Your challenge it then. He is the the crunch if we come up to date. Now we're into the second of august twenty twenty one. The world's needs a global vaccine plan to at least double production of the cove in nineteen vaccines and ensure equitable distribution. We need greater sharing of toll technology and know-how strengthening and building local production capacities addressing supply chain bottleneck. So don't think you're just gonna trust the un. The un is just pro vaccine but trust them trust the science and by off welfare. And if we look at his twitter page just to get a feel role the felt that the shelter the top. Roy is almost as his hand on heart. You can trust me. I'm here to help all of you pull people and he says in the final hey blowing. Fritz twitter page we will never ever give up making. This will better of everyone everywhere. So if i can just point that back thinking alex this is utopia in the future. We're going to live in a world of this man and his colleagues is created. Everything will be okay as long as you trust us and do exactly what we say. Well this was a coming in in the mid nineteenth century already in science fiction and eugenicist writing that sir you can get rid of the useless eaters and it was very popular in the british establishment Because in the end it will worth it for jam tomorrow in fact when i was at rugby school as we were just talking about public school and oxbridge moment to go. They have carved in stone on one of the walls of the chapel. A couplet from the new deck. Aloke by I think it's the hugh cluff of an old rugby. And thou shalt not kill but need not strive officiously to stay alive which is nice victorian rhyme for. It's alright to let the people full by the wayside a deliberate modern twist on the ten commandments. Whoever makes it to the brand new tomorrow Through the the style of it at the steel storm as it were they. They will have a a great brand new tomorrow. That's that seems to be. What mister gutierrez say who should take health advice for mister gutierrez. By the way i mean. My mother-in-law in law would make that point first of all she would say he didn't get that double chin from cold water but of course Brian trust You've got to trust the science you've got to trust the institution got to trust the vaccines. But you've also got to trust the media. What are you gonna trust the old boys network because you do a little bit of research Where do you find mister gutierrez. You find in the club. What is the club. What it's the club of madrid worried. Trust the club madrid because this is a world alliance for democracy. It's called some amazing names including including gordon brown involved with it. So this is an old boys club yes there. Ladies or peop- persons who can have children are involved. But basically this is an old boys club running democracy this is not democracy this is cool per takeover of democracy But the arrogance of this man in telling everybody just trust us. Trust the science absolutely but you know can't you can't speak out if you're speaking talking about any kind of alternative narrative runny contra narrative to the to the official narrative and in order to try to get control of that once again in the uk. Here we've got a news super-committee we mentioned this last week briefly you super-committee created to examine the draft online fifty bill in the uk. Anybody that's not under any dodge should remember that the on by fifty bill in the uk is going to be the framework which is used globally but A new super committee headed up by the wonderful damian. Cullen sousa former chairman of the the digital culture media and sport select committee. He is charing that And last week when we mentioned this we made the point that party representative suzanne web is also going to be a was she in fact is honored to be picked. Her word picked to take. I look at this very important new piece of proposed legislation. We don't need to worry. Do we alex because it's all about freedom of speech. I'm just going to choose one..
UN Chief: 'Hell on Earth' for Children of Gaza
"If there is a hell on earth. It is the lives of children in gaza. Un secretary general. Tony guitarist said on thursday in an impassioned appeal for an end to ongoing violence in the occupied palestinian territory and in israel in his address to the un general assembly. Mister gutierrez repeated his appeal for a revitalized peace process describing it. As the only route to adjust and lasting solution the un chief's comments came amid increasing international calls for a ceasefire after more than ten days of air strikes by israeli defense forces on gaza and targets and rocket fire into israel by armed groups including hamas based in the end clave misty guitarist noted that he and other senior united nations officials were pushing for an end to hostilities by all parties to the conflict through extensive diplomatic efforts within the region including egypt jordan and qatar and key partners in the international community. I call on all members of the international community to do everything in their power to enable the parties to conflict to step back from the brink. He said latest data indicates that the clashes which are the may serious since two thousand fourteen have claimed the lives of two hundred and nineteen palestinians including sixty four children and thirty six women and injured thousands more. There have also been at least twelve fatalities in israel including two children and hundreds of injuries from rockets fired by hamas and other militant groups which mister gutierrez also condemned
Shift mindsets that deny equality for women in all walks of life, urges UN chief
"The covid nineteen crisis has raised years of progress towards gender equality and highlighted the need for immediate action to take advantage of the transformative power of women in walks of life u. n. Chief antonio guitarfish said on monday in comments to mark international women's day on the eighth of march the un secretary general insisted that all countries should actively include women their plans to prepare for the future. After the pandemic has passed a better future depends on addressing this power imbalance. Mister gutierrez insisted. In reference to the fact that men still outnumber women three to one in parliaments worldwide and in many other spheres women lean government. We see bigger investments in social protection and greater inroads against poverty when we are in parliament. Countries adopt more stringent climate change policies when women are at the peace table agreements are more enduring mysterious noted that the covid nineteen crisis has a women's face as most essential frontline workers women before outlining. How governments could help women and girls with specific measures such as boosting investment in childcare. The formula con me only works because it is subsidized by women's unpaid care work. The un chief maintained
Time running out to help 16 million Yemenis avoid disaster
"U n chief antonio guiterrez has led a call for support for sixteen million yemenis including starving children amid a massive funding shortfall for the aid operation in the war crippled country in an appeal for three point. Eight five billion dollars this year mister gutierrez said that nearly fifty thousand yemenis are enduring. Famine like conditions. Yemeni children are starving. The secretary general insisted adding that nearly half of all children under five will likely suffer from acute malnutrition and four hundred. Thousand of those children could die without urgent treatment. The worst hunger is in areas affected by six years of conflict. He said in opening remarks. At a pledging event for yemen organized by the governments of switzerland and sweden some four million people have been forced from their homes. The un secretary general said adding that the hootie offensive in maarib could displace hundreds of thousands. More militarised reiterated his appeal for the water and it has to stop. He said calling for an immediate nationwide ceasefire and confidence building measures followed by an inclusive. Yemeni led political process coordinated by the united nations.
‘Wildly unfair’: UN boss says 10 nations used 75% of all vaccines
"N. chief antonio guitarist has wealthy nations to lead a global covid nineteen vaccination plan to prevent poorer nations from being left behind. Misty guitarist told a security council meeting on wednesday that all those with the required power scientific expertise and production and financial capacities should join a worldwide vaccine scheme although around two hundred million doses of new coronavirus vaccines have been injected in more than one hundred countries. The secretary general said that ten nations had received seventy five percent of the jobs and one hundred. Thirty countries have had no vaccinations at all. Without urgent action and cooperation new variants could become more transmissible and more deadly. Mister gutierrez said
UN stands ready to support relief, in aftermath of deadly India flash floods
"Un secretary general antonio guitarist said that he's been deeply saddened at the loss of life inflicted by deadly flooding from glacier in the indian himalayas at the weekend at least fourteen people reportedly died and over one hundred and seventy missing after the tragedy in uttarakhand province on sunday which also fifteen people rescued. Initially the united nations stands ready to contribute to ongoing rescue and assistance efforts. Mister gutierrez said in a statement according to reports a torrent of water rock and debris from the glossy cascaded into communities living downstream also damaging damn blasio bursts and the flash floods that they cause are extremely destructive natural hazards the himalayan region particularly vulnerable to such disasters which have been made more likely by climate change and temperature rise
Urgent steps needed to alleviate suffering in Ethiopia’s Tigray region: Guterres
"U n chief. Antoni guitarist has spoken of his grave. Concern for hundreds of thousands of civilians affected by the crisis in ethiopia's tigra region in a statement issued on tuesday. Mr guitarist underscored the need for urgent efforts to protect populations. At risk he underlined the need for urgent steps to alleviate the humanitarian situation and extend protection to those endanger. Mister gutierrez also welcomed the positive engagement of ethiopian government during recent visits by senior u n officials including high commissioner for refugees. Philippa grandy at a press conference in addis ababa on monday. Mr grandy said that people needed all possible forms of support food items nonfood items medicine clean water and shelter amid ongoing violence in some parts of tigray by unnamed elements and militias
UN Chief welcomes US return to Paris Agreement
"Us president joe biden's decision to rejoin the paris. Climate agreement. Only hours after taking office has been held by you and chief antonio guitarfish the development reverses the us announcement in june twenty. Seventeen that it would pull out of the agreement to try reduce global temperatures to rise one point five degrees above preindustrial levels by limiting harmful carbon emissions with all countries fully engaged. We have a real opportunity to prevent climate catastrophe and embark on transformative climate action. Mister gutierrez said in a tweet on thursday.
Jihadists in Niger kill at least 100 in mounting violence
"A deadly attack on two villages in nigeria's tila berry region by suspected extremists must be investigated and those responsible brought to justice. Un secretary general attorney guitars has said. Mr guitarist. Appeal comes after an attack on sunday by unidentified gunmen on chango and zarem mbaye. At the weekend. It is believed to have left one hundred dead and dozens more injured according to reports. The attackers arrived on around one hundred meter bikes before splitting up and carrying out their assault. In a statement. Mister gutierrez expressed his condolences to the victims families. Calling also for the nigerian authorities to spare no effort in bringing the perpetrators to justice while enhancing the protection of civilians.
Inclusion for people with disabilities means education, health care access
"For the international day of persons with disabilities. A message from un secretary general antonio guiterrez who's called for greater inclusion for all those with the handicapped along with greater recognition and protection of their rights. Specifically mister gutierrez said that these rights included the right to go to school live in the community access healthcare and start a family. Everyone should have the right to engage politically to play sport travel and have decent work. The un chief insisted in his message for the international day on the third of december. He explained that people with disabilities had been among the worst affected by the coronavirus pandemic. And that they are more likely to live in poverty and experience high rates of violence neglect and abuse
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called for an “immediate, unconditional ceasefire” in Afghanistan
"Secretary general antonio guitarist has issued a strong appeal for an end to bloodshed in afghanistan to save lives and prevent the further spread of covid. Nineteen reiterating his call for an immediate unconditional ceasefire. Mister gutierrez. on tuesday told pledging for development conference in geneva that an end to fighting could only help ongoing peace negotiations. His message follows continued high levels of violence inside afghanistan including an attack earlier this month at kabul university where gunmen killed more than twenty students. A halt to the high levels of violence blighting. The country would represent a major opportunity to achieve long-held aspirations of the afghan people the un secretary general explained c- called for an inclusive peace process in which women young people and victims of conflict were represented in negotiations in qatar. Mister guitarist highlighted how afghan women had paid a high price in the conflict. Many have been subjected to extreme violence while others had lost loved ones or were denied opportunities. Despite these setbacks women continue to play a central role in creating peaceful inclusive communities with more opportunities for all the un chief said showing on a daily basis that their efforts towards sustainable and development can change lives for the better
UN chief calls for end to reported police brutality in Nigeria
"The UN secretary. General's closely following recent developments across Nigeria in the wake of reports that protesters had been shot dead and wounded calling for an end to report it police brutality and abuses. Antonio Gutierrez. The statement issued by his spokesperson on Wednesday that he condemned the violent escalation took place allegedly involving army personnel and police in Lagos, which resulted in multiple deaths and caused many injuries according to witnesses. Nigerian security forces opened fire on Tuesday nights in Africa's largest city as protests continued over a now disbanded in discredited police unit known as these special anti robbery squad or ourselves. The government has pledged to carry out further police reforms and improve police accountability. Mister Gutierrez urged security forces to act times with maximum restraint while calling on protesters to demonstrate peacefully and to refrain from violence.
UN calls for universal health coverage without delay
"Attorney Guitarist has issued an urgent appeal for countries to invest in healthcare for all citing the disastrous impact of chronic under-investment this being exposed by the covid nineteen crisis. The UN secretary general's cool comes nine months into the coronavirus crisis, which has claimed more than one million lives amid rising infection rates globally, it has also cost global economy three, hundred, seventy, five, billion dollars a month about five hundred, million jobs lost so far and decades of human development a- going into reverse. Mister. Gutierrez said in. A policy brief to member states launched on Wednesday the UN chief maintain the covid nineteen had shown that access to strong public health systems and not preparedness are essential to communities and economies, and that treatment should not depend on financial status health as a fundamental human right and key sustainable development goals target rich. The world's countries have agreed to achieve by twenty thirty today. However, at least half the world's people do not have full coverage of essential health services and more than eight hundred million people spend at least ten percent of the household budgets on health.
UN seeks ‘quantum leap’ in funding for coronavirus fight
"UN has welcomed nearly one billion dollars in recent pledges to bolster access to lifesaving tests treatment and vaccines to end covid nineteen. The development follows an appeal by you Inspector General Antonio Guitarist tool nations to provide further urgently needed funds to produce a corona virus vaccine that is available to everyone everywhere the global initiative carrying out this task is called the act accelerator it was launched by. The World Health Organization who alongside international partners since launching in April test secured three billion dollars so far but it needs another thirty five billion dollars including an immediate infusion of fifteen billion Mister Gutierrez said at a high level event to mobilize support for the initiative in a statement the UN and partners described the investment as a monumental show solidarity from government private sector, civil society, and international organizations.
The coronavirus has now killed more than 1 million people
"The news that Covid nineteen has now claimed one million lives is an agonizing milestone UN chief. Antonio Perish has said mocking the toll, the UN secretary general said that it was a mind numbing figure but that the world must never lose sight of each and every individual life. The victims were fathers and mothers, wives, and husbands, brothers and sisters, friends and colleagues He. said in a statement which pointed to the tragedy felt by so many families unable to say goodbye to their loved ones without holding a hand or extending a gentle kiss although there was no end in sight to the pandemic nor the upheaval it has brought to our lives mister, Gutierrez urged people and nations to act in solidarity to overcome the disease warning against the. Dangers of misinformation Mr Gutierrez insisted that responsible leadership matters as does science and cooperation in the relentless hunt for a vaccine that must be available and affordable to all
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"Massive and combined effort by all countries is needed to tackle the cave in one thousand nine pandemic UN Inspector General Antonio Guitars said on Monday as You N. health agency had tetris. Adam Gary Aces insisted that the majority of the world's population remained susceptible to the virus addressing World Health Organization member states attending the foreshortened and Virtual World Health Assembly. Mister Gutierrez pointed out that despite some solidarity that had been very little unity in the global response to the new corona virus so far because of this a microscopic virus has brought us to our knees. He said before reiterating his support for the. Who describing it as irreplaceable acknowledging calls by some countries for an inquiry into how the new corona virus threat spread so rapidly the UN chief insisted that it was too early to do so to the world. Health Organization has reported more than four and a half million cases of cave nineteen infection and more than three hundred thousand lives lost. Who Head Ted Adam? Gabri aces warned that early blood test studies have indicated that even the worst affected regions. No more than twenty percent of the population had antibodies for the new corona virus. In other words the majority of the world's population remains susceptible to this virus. He said before urging countries to proceed with caution. When easing lockdown measures
3 UN peacekeepers killed in Mali
"The UN is morning three peacekeepers who have died in Mali after their vehicle drove over an improvised explosive device on Sunday. The attack against a convoy of the integrated stabilization mission for Molly or Minnesota in northern KC region seriously injured four. Other soldiers. Who were also from Chad improvised? Weapons are used frequently by violent extremists. Who Continue to cause havoc in the central and northern Mali. Regions conflict has also spread to Burkina Faso and Niger. Displacing hundreds of thousands of people condemning the incident Secretary General Antonio Guiterrez expressed his deep condolences to the families of the victims as well as to the government and people of chat he also. We're stay speedy. Recovery to the injured adding that such attacks may constitute war crimes. Mister Gutierrez also called on the molly authorities to spend no effort in identifying the perpetrators of these attacks so they can be brought to justice swiftly
UN chief expresses solidarity for Africa as continent ‘braces’ for pandemic
"African nations. Need more than two hundred billion dollars to withstand the immediate impact cave in nineteen and to recover better. Human chief. Antonio Guitarist has announced a meeting with African Union senior representatives via video conference on Wednesday Mr Parrish repeated his call for greater help from the International Monetary Fund and others in issuing credit for developing countries debt relief countries that are unable to pay their international. Creditors must also be an important part of the response the UN secretary general said he also noted that a separate global appeal to help over one hundred million people in humanitarian emergencies had so far raised around four hundred million dollars. Such assistance was essential in Africa. As we break for the expected spread of the pandemic Mister Gutierrez said the disease was in no way of Africa's making but as with the climate crisis the African continent could end up suffering the greatest impacts explained highlighting. The urgent need for a safe and effective vaccine. Mister Gutierrez said that it may be the only way to return the world to a sense of normality
Relaxing lockdowns without boosting care could lead to new COVID spike: WHO
"As some European countries begin to relax lockdown measures following weeks of confinement introduced to halt the spread of the new corona virus the World Health Organization. Who has warned of a potential second wave of curve? Nineteen infections in an update to strategic advice to governments issued overnight the U. N. Health Agency called for greater support for health services without it and other measures including testing infection. The premature lifting of physical distancing measures is likely to lead to an uncontrolled. Resurgence in caveat nineteen transmission and an amplified second wave of cases the W. H. O. said today Austria Denmark. Spain and Italy have relaxed. Some lockdown meshes among its recommendations. Who's said that more should be done to identify those with mild disease symptoms not just the severe cases. The development follows an appeal for greater solidarity in combating the disease from Urine Secretary General Antonio guitarfish in a statement supporting the U. N. health agency on Tuesday evening as US president. Donald Trump announced that he was halting funding for the UN health agency pending review. Mister Gutierrez appealed for greater unity so that the international community can work together in solidarity to stop this virus and it's shattering consequences
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"Of course, many ordinary Iraqis have grown tired of things not happening repairs. Never taking place government services, just not working in Gaza. The tensions rise I have been in and out of the strip over the past year as one story of Palestinian protests of the fence evolved into another series of ever more, intense military, flare ups and on the streets of Paris. The sounds of French rebellion get out of here get out of on neighborhood with sick of this every week the same. How'd you like it? If I came to your place in smashed, everything up in your street all ants on from our own correspondent with me Pasca Harsha. Off to this bulletin. Hello. This is David Allston with the BBC news. The UN secretary General Antonio tariff has said the political will to tackle climate change is fading despite the increasing effects of global warming. He said change was happening faster than humid efforts to tackle it. And the world was not on track to limit the temperature increase to one and a half degrees celsius. But mister Gutierrez praised New Zealand which few days ago proposed cutting carbon emissions that cause climate change two zero by twenty fifty Zealand easy into this measures to achieve a fundamental goal. That's the scientific community as the finest Epsom crucial. And I don't think that that he's any other region, but the Pacific with the moral authority to tell the world that the world needs to abide by what the scientific community's dumbing us. The UN secretary general is on a tour of Pacific island nations. Countries expected to be hit hardest by global warming. The iranian. Ian, president Hassan Ruhani as warned that the country is facing difficult times because of renewed US sanctions, but must not surrender to American pressure. This urged Iran's politicians to unite and work together to find solutions to the threat. Steve Jackson reports president Ruhani urged Iran's political factions to stick together to get through the current difficulties. He warned the economic pressures the country is currently facing could be even greater than in the nineteen eighties. When it was subject to international sanctions during the war with Iraq after the implementation of the twenty fifteen nuclear deal. There was a brief boom as Iranian. Oil exports surged, but the reimposition of sanctions means the outlook is once again bleak for the Iranian economy. Legendary Mexican wrestler says are Gonzaga's Baronne who gained international fame in Hollywood film has died during about in London. Stuart Hughes reports says organs is who is better known as Silver King grew up in a mess. Mexican wrestling family..
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"Today. Brazil's Queen of samba Elza Suarez is one of Brazil's most beloved samba legends. But to get that she's had poverty child marriage, I'm racial prejudice. Being poor does not mean, you're less of a person being black does not mean being less dignified. My voice has given me power. How she weathered the storm of a romantic scandal at the whole country talking. I went onto become a black Brazilian icon coming up on our weekend. BBC news with David Austin. The UN secretary General Antonio tariff has warned that political will to tackle climate change is fading in spite of the evident to fix of global warming mister Gutierrez speaking in New Zealand, the start of a tour of Pacific nations, which are among those expected to be worst affected. The Iranian president has all the countries facing difficult times because of renewed US sanctions, but must not surrender to American pressure. Her son Ruhani said that Iran's economic troubles could be even greater than in the nineteen eighties. When it was subject to international sanctions during the war with Iraq. Twelve Brazilian soldiers who opened fire on a car carrying a family to be tried in a military court. The soldiers had they confused the vehicle with a similar one being driven by gang. Two people were killed tens of millions of people in India going to the polls in the sixth phase of the country's Stagich general election. Today's vote takes place across seven areas of the country, including the capital, New Delhi. Pose of opened in Lithuania. Where people are choosing a new president the popular incumbent Dalia Grybauskaite is stepping down to completing two terms. The authorities in the northeast Indian district of Sikkim say three hundred Himalayan yaks have starved to death high in mountains on the border with China. They say the animals had been stranded since December by excessive snowfall London is home to more billionaires than any other city in the world. According to the wealth ranking compiled annually by British newspaper, the Indian entrepreneurs three and gooky Hinduja top the Sunday Times rich list for the third year running having seen their fourteen rise to just hundred thirty billion dollars last year. BBC news. He.
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"Blobby from patient in and around Tripoli and the United Nations remain available to facilitate any political solution. Shen able to unify the Libyan institutions, and whatever happens the UN will remain committed and I will remain committed to support the Libyan people LeBron's deserve this security prosperity. And the respect of human rights will UN troops in Tripoli have been placed on high alert what it L who dairy lives in Tripoli and works for a Libyan human rights organization. He said people in the capital were worried. We have very very deep concerns about the situation in Tripoli. Give him the shot that we are just a few days away from general national convention, which was aiming at finding political civil solution to to the impasse. That's happening in Libya and the time couldn't be worse than now. And unfortunately, what we are seeing is a general mobilization. In all areas. Their own Tripoli armed forces parent or war pretty much, and we are deeply concerned about because it was a great threat to the safety and security of civilians. Jonathan winer is a former US special envoy for Libya. Now, a scholar of the Middle East institute, I asked for his assessment of the seriousness of the situation on the ground in Libya. Well, it depends on how serious after is about pushing forward by conquest an awful lot of Libyan politics on the ground is done to the projection of force, which one basically makes a foray and then withdraws as encounters resistance. And sometimes they'll stay withdrawn for a long time Libya's has not been Syria generally have not been killing one another over politics for the most part of general after a serious and decides to contest for AAA could get very very, very bad. Or what does this man's track record suggest to you might be in his mind at this? I know what since mind he's told me his sons and military visor told me he wants to take Tripoli by conquest acclamation and propaganda victory and run the country as military dictator for the duration pointing military governors eliminating any political system and having civilians run the things that he's not shin. Running. There's no question in my mind, that's his intention. So give him the potential seriousness of what we're looking at here. And clearly mister Gutierrez of the United Nations has left Tripoli feeling very downcast about the situation, what should the international community doing? Now, they should be withdrawing all support for him and his military. The covert support that's been provided and he should be threatened. With sanctions asset freezes the entire kit and caboodle until he stops, this is not acceptable. This push the entire country at risk and by putting the country at risk. You're putting the neighbors at risk. You're threatening to Nisha. You're threatening jury you're creating greater terrorist threat. You're creating another humanitarian disaster it's badly entire region. That means the north of the mentoring is well, it's the south as well as the it's bad if that should be the international response in your view, what part should the United States be playing in bringing that. Kind of responsible.
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"The Sunni, Muslim majority north African country. These come for mostly small foreign community consistent of sub Saharan migrants and European expatriates mainly French the American thirties are working closely with local churches in Russia to support sub Saharan migrants, according to Danielle Nusa priest in Serbia's cathedral in robots. Some elephants you. The pope is coming to Morocco because it is one of the peripheries that he is keen to visit Morocco has adopted a fresh approach to dealing with migrants and the churches supported this effort for years. However, many Christians in Morocco Muslims who decided to convert into Christianity. Feel discriminated many declined to speak to us fearing backlash from their families and friends who often do not know they had converted then Latifi similar it. This one man who converted to Christianity ten years ago agreed to speak on condition of anonymity. You can see we hope to be able to marry in the church bills are hope that our children will be allowed to learn Christianity. It's the school instead of another religion that has different from their's. We also want the freedom to be buried in Christian symmetry and to be able to read the bible publicly and freely. But the American authorities say religious freedom is already inscribed in the Moroccan constitution. According to Amina alanine who is an MP and a deputy speaker in the Moroccan, parliament, modestotoyota Ibrahim Didi McFaul of the story, non-medical weather constitution stipulates that they can practice. Religion freely in this capacity is commander of the faithful the king guarantees freedom of religion without restrictions. However, the law does prohibit tenting Moroccans away from their religion. Or what is described under the law is shaking wisdom's faith. There are no official figures about Moroccans who have converted to Christianity. But some observers say it is estimated that the number in the thousands. They say that they face discrimination and hope that the pope's visit will help them. Enjoy more religious freedom in. In the future. Montebourg with that report from Morocco. Now, the second round of presidential elections gets underway in Slovakia today. It's the first elections since the murder of an investigative journalist who had reported on corruption cases within government young Kuchiak was shot dead in February last year and his killing sparked mass anti-government demonstrations, which led to the resignation of then prime minister, Robert FICO, Andrey Mati shack is the editor of the Slovak daily newspaper Pravda, and please say joins us live now on the line from brightest lava, and what can you tell us Andre about the impact that merger of of the journalists is already had on this election. Good morning. So yes, definitely the horrible murder of mister Gutierrez can also his fiancee, miss Kushner, about definitely has an impact on the election. We see that people are asking for. Let's say broadly speaking for a change. And so obviously the voting takes place today. What can you tell us about them main candidates? There are two candidates in the second round. Macy's is not she's a she's an activist and anti corruption activists, and and lawyer, and she is also the chairman of the newest doublets party progressive, Slovakia, which is a liberal party. Pro you party, but very very new and the second she won in the in the first round by forty percent and the second. I will Mr. myrow shift to richer. He's vice president of the European Commission for energy union. And he's he's a supported by their by the governing party smear and he won eighty percent of of votes in the in the first round. And it is very much expected that the Mississippi River. A win. Because as I said, I think you can frame this election as something like the liberal centers camper fighting against populism, but I would frame it. More broadly like we are asking for change. And and MRs chaplan, she's forty five years old, very new into politics. And she simply are presents. This this change what kind of change we are talking here about this a little bit unclear for waters. I would say, but yes, she's she's the face of this change. All right. Well, thank you very much for joining us live on the line from Bratislav Andrey marches shack their joining us, and that vote goes ahead later today. Now, let's catch up with the latest sports news now on the bar. Well, joins us. Good morning was some of the top English Premier League managers have been having their say about a real hot topic in football at the moment. Manchester City's pep Guardiola Chelsea boss, Maurizio, sorry and Liverpool's year can club. I found about standing up to racist abuse in the sport. I'm so disappointed in our in this moment. Now will that something like this is still possible and people still do that? It's right to to stop the match for ten minutes. The first situation football is in strong weapon in nice words to say as a strong weapon to to defend the principles of humanity. Well, pep Guardiola is Manchester City side have a chance to go top of the primarily table today. They gave me at relegation-threatened Fulham Liverpool currently are top of the table. Don't play until tomorrow when they will face Tottenham Hotspur the Spanish slow league pacesetters Barcelona take on their local rivals. Espanol today. Barcelona attempt points clear at the top there closest challengers second-placed Athletico Madrid and they face a difficult game. They go to Allah face the runaway leaders in the Italian Serie are eventers play amply ad in the German Bundesliga title race that continues by Munich and Dortmund that level on points. The top today buying at Freiburg Dortmund or a time to Wolfsburg in the African SuperCup. Plaguing cattle the winners of the African confederation Cup defeated the African Champions League winners as Raja Casablanca beat Esperance to one I don't eat thirty pounds of being allowed to date to watch the option Darby match between hourly and their arch rivals Zamalek due to security concerns in the country, which will host this year's Africa Cup of nations. Tennessee is now the ATP event at the Miami open where the defending champion John isn't the eighteen year old Canadian player Felix Aaliyah's seem seven six seven six while. In the other semifinal Roger Federer beat another young Canadian player. This time nineteen year old Dennis Chiappa valve six two six four was the score. And federal is now looking forward to facing is now for the title. I love it. I honestly love big services. You watch them if they're going to as every second or third point for me that's exciting because it's like penalty shootout in soccer and. It's just in tennis. So I actually quite enjoy it. So for me, I'll be the goalie on Sunday. I'll try my very bash and use of motorsports Sebastian Bethel, and Charles Leclerc were quickest in yesterday's practice. Had of this weekend's Bahrain formula ongoing pre it's qualifying for great places today. Thank you very much and the bar. Well there with the sports news now in France is secular state. There's currently no code defied way of training. Imams most are trained abroad or brought in from North Africa Turkey and Saudi Arabia, but to French Muslim academics. Want to launch? What they're calling France. His first liberal mosque based on these sufi philosophical interpretation of Islam. They say it would be French Islam different to the more traditionally practice Sunni interpretation in the country. One of the academics is a woman which would make her the first to train as an imam in France. Severe Smith gala has more. I've been brought hit the city's botanical gardens by Kane about Lou. She's a French Algerian academic. He fulltime see the grand mosque just next door. I can see the minaret peering over the rooftops backlit against the days dwindling. Sunlight to me, it's quite beautiful. But took a he no it's the same old story of just another French mosque Sunni led by a man with the men praying in the main hall and the women praying down in the basement she wants to do something a little different now. Tony does she want to found a mosque with men and women praying in the same hole? She wants to co lead it making her Francis. First female Emam. I think the most important thing is to show on the people's Muslims and non Muslims people that it's supposed to be. Women and to lead the Brier in the most. I think if not the difference between a woman are men in reading religious texts. Kane is a sufi and the man who's working alongside her on this project. They have caught the Fatima mosque is far cushion, and he is from an even more niche theological school in a slum cooled tesla. Sydney. Islam is the traditional branch. That's followed in France. With most imams coming from North Africa Turkey or Saudi Arabia in their opinion, a community inspired by sufism and the rationality of the Tuzla school is better suited to modern French life. We want an Islam made and thought by French because we have problems that's all French have this religious answer must have Islamic basis. And also a good knowledge of French reality. I'm not seeking to be a liberal imam are to found liberal mosque. What I want to do is to give opportunity for Martha's, Eli theology. Which means I fell g based on rationality photo, understand religion. So to me, it's important to have this technology because he as you can answer to a lot of problems. Of our own time. Heinous says her main critics so far have been conservative Muslims, but she could have failed as of yet to find a single Muslim space that might let them use a room in order to lead that pres- it's led to them approaching Jewish and Christian organisations instead who have been positive and while that says something about interfaith cohesion country with enforced secularism. It doesn't suggest that they're bold new idea resonates widely with Peruzzi Muslims. Nisa plateaued show..
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"Welcome to NewsHour from the BBC World Service. I'm russia. The third most powerful man in the Vatican. The Australian cardinal George pal has been found guilty of sexually abusing two thirteen year old boys in nineteen Ninety-six. The Vatican described the conviction as painful will speak to a reporter covering the case. And on Australian Senator is not just the individual victim impact that it has been head on their families their children their relationships. Full compensation is absolutely warranted. And the churches must cough it up. Also Pakistan condemns an Indian strike targeting a militant camp on its territory and says it will respond a former foreign minister urges caution. We should be awarding escalation of award between the two countries we are nuclear powers. This could be very dangerous for the region. There were those those stories lots more after the news. Hello. I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC news Pakistan has said it will respond to a strike by Indian warplanes at a time and place of its choosing. It comes after emergency meetings in Islamabad over an Indian air raid inside Pakistan believed to be the first such action in over forty years. India said it hit a training camp of the JC Mohammed militant group responsible for an attack on a militant convoy in Indian-administered. Kashmir earlier this month. Meanwhile, Indian media outlets reporting heavy shelling across the line of control, separating Indian- and Pakistan-administered Kashmir. The European Union has called on both countries to show maximum restraint. Mayakovsky is a spokeswoman for the us foreign policy chief Federico Amorini, we are following very closely the current developments between India and Pakistan. We remain in contact with both countries. And what we believe is essential east at all exercise maximum restraint and avoid further escalation of tensions, the British Prime Minister, Theresa may has outlined a shift in her approach Brexit where parliament to reject an amended version of the current draft deal. She told him that if they voted the deal down. There would be able to vote on whether they supported Britain leaving the EU without a deal on the twenty ninth of March. If they also rejected that option they would be asked whether they wanted. Short limited extension, which would then be soared from the EU. However, she warned that Britain could still leave without any deal an extension cannot take no deal off the table. The only way to do that is to revoke article fifty which I which I shall not do. A deal the UN secretary General Antonio, Gutierrez, spokeswoman overwhelming humanitarian calamity in Yemen. He's appealing for four billion dollars to help. Feed. Tens of millions of people mister Gutierrez said more Yemenis than ever were in need as the golf fleets continues. Twenty four million people eighty percent of the population needs humanitarian aid and protection. Android continued fighting and the collapsing economy an additional two million people fairly humanitarian crises in the past year. The Vatican has said it's pained by the news of the conviction on child sex offenses of the Australian cardinal, George pal. The headquarters of the Roman Catholic church said he must have stained from public ministry and stay away from children until the appeals process was over fell. The most senior Catholic clergymen to be convicted of child abuse was found guilty of sexually assaulting two thirteen year old choirboys in Melbourne's cathedral in the late nineteen ninety s he was convicted in December. But reporting restrictions of only now being lifted world news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Richard Hake. Voting is underway in today's special election for public advocate of New York City, seventy seven year old Alice Lili of Morningside heights was among those casting a ballot early this morning. And these days, I think it's even.
"mister gutierrez" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Said it's going to abandon the Trump administration said it would start pulling out of the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty from tomorrow, unless Moscow undertook to destroy missile. It said was violating the accord. But Moscow insists the missile has been modified to comply with the treaty. The British car industry has said uncertainty over Brexit has contributed to an alarming slump and investment. It's a further. Sign of the economic consequences of Britain's decision to withdraw from the European Union. The society of motor manufacturers and traders said investment in the car industry at fallen nearly eighty percent over the past three years while production Nastya dropped to its lowest level since two thousand twelve it's chief executive is Mike Hause if seen this downward trend is becoming much more pronounced in the last six months or something of that shows that investors are holding off waiting to see what's going to happen with Brexit for committing further in. Investments? And when you're not making investments that only undermines your productivity and your competitive because you're not getting the latest equipment investing in the plants the machinery, you need to make sure he can compete globally that is a very very worrying factor. The attorney general of New York state says it reached a settlement with four companies that sold fake social media activity on platforms such as Twitter and YouTube Letitia James says the case establishes that the sake of failed fake the sale of fake, followers and fake likes constitutes illegal impersonation and illegal deception. The conservative American Senator rand Paul has won five hundred eighty thousand dollars in damages and medical expenses after being attacked by his neighbor and a dispute lawn maintenance, Mr Paul, a former presidential hopeful said he had feared for his life. After gene Bucci assaulted him and broke several of his ribs because he was unhappy at piles of branches the Senator left on the boundary between their lawns and Kentucky mister Gutierrez is to appeal. BBC news. This is the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me Kavita Puri each week one question four expert witnesses and an answer. Peter has no parents and lives in an orphanage. He attends his local school in Kenya. It is lucky to have a teacher who recognizes his ability. She teaches him to read and write gives him books. Talk hours, discussing them. She makes it to secondary school years later this teacher meets pizza at a conference. He's now a director of education, he even support ten members of his community. Life has turned around. As a success story all began.
"mister gutierrez" Discussed on UN News
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Continued reports poured in on Thursday of casualties during demonstrations over Venezuela's ongoing economic and political crisis prompting secretary General Antonio Gutierrez concern and call for a transparent and independent investigation. The country is being engulfed by unrest. As opposition leader Kwon, though declared himself interim president on Wednesday in a bid to force out. Nncholas mother widow mister Gutierrez urged all actors to lower tensions and pursue every effort to prevent violence and avoid any escalation he also stressed that all relevant actors urgently commit to inclusive and credible political dialogue to address the country's per tractive crisis with full respect for the rule of law and human rights education, transforms lives secretary General Antonio Gutierrez said in his message for the first ever international day of education. To be commemorated annually on twenty four January by marking the day you and Member States recognize the importance of working towards inclusive quality education at all levels. So everyone has access to lifelong learning opportunities that allow them to participate in society and contribute to sustainable development. The secretary general spelled out that education is at the heart of the sustainable development goals lauding its power to reduce inequalities improve health, achieve gender equality and protect the planet's resources and yet at least two hundred sixty two million children, adolescents and youth are out of school. Most of them girls calling it a violation of the human rights to education mister Gutierrez said that the world cannot afford a generation without the skills to compete in the twenty first century Konami, nor can we afford to leave behind half of humanity. Meanwhile, the UN office for disaster risk reduction reported. On Thursday that sixty million people were affected by extreme weather in twenty eighteen while earthquakes and soon nominees accounted for the majority of the ten thousand plus lives. Lost in disasters. Last year, extreme weather events accounted for most of the sixty one point seven million people affected by natural hazards. According to an analysis of events recorded by the center for research on the epidemiology of disasters. The secretary general's special Representative Mamie Mizzou, Tori, underscored that. No part of the globe was spared from the impact of extreme weather events last year. Underlining that if we want to reduce disaster losses than we must improve. How we manage disaster. Risk time is running out for limiting global warming to one point five degrees centigrade or two degrees centigrade. She stressed highlighting the need to be active about climate change at uptaken by reducing disaster risk in cities better using land to avoid. New risks safeguarding protective ecosystems and taking active measures to reduce exposure to rising sea levels. Liska Fiji UN news.
"mister gutierrez" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Chemical. Cheers here with that familiar voice being Greg Cody in for Dan's today. Greg I'll be back on Friday, right? Pimping out my Instagram page at this earlier. So mister Gutierrez picked up a good number of followers. All ready. I love this radio. But it's a new year. So you have a semi new soup for us. And for those who don't know, Greg, Cody, how did you start this? Again, you had a thing about peace super. He just went off the dome. Yeah. Gave probably your best group of words you've ever said on this show downhill soup. Right. And then you started a new one in like, you tend to do didn't really continue it and sort of fell off a little bit. So now, you just bring a soup whenever you want. Yep. That's exactly right. Perfect. Yes. Play the imaging. Put on your aprons Boyce. It's time to step into the kitchen. Here's our head. Chef read Cody with his soap the juror. In the south. It's traditional to eat black eyed peas on New Year's day to bring good luck for the year. And if you didn't do it yesterday sneak it in this week with our black-eyed pea soup. Similar to ham hawks. Stop right there. I'll let you clear your throat because I do need to this question. Your I think jinxed, by the way when earlier I told them that his voice sounded. But now, that's so great because he's coughing which is a perfect time for me to ask. Do does everybody know what a ham hawk is. No. Can you tell us? What that is. Yeah. It's a it's a knuckle. It's from a pig. It's Nuttal smaller about half the size of your fist. That is one of the greatest things you can do to flavor. Water to make a stock for soup is to infuse it with a ham hawk labor, which I'll explain what you do is you similar to ham. Hawks in two cups of water for a good hour hour plus in another pot for three cans of black eyed peas juices and all were cheating here. You can spoke cook fresh peas, but candor perfectly fine to the Ps. Add half a Cup of diced onion half a Cup of sliced carrots, one rib of sliced celery one rib. One rib a generous pinch of salt and a few good grinds Feffer and one Cup of a fine dice of ham by find ice. I mean each piece should be about the size of your pinky nail simmer that concoction over low heat while you're ham hawks through their thing when the hawks of simmered an hour, plus remove them from the hot water and poor that two cups of delicious flavored broth into your pot with the b. Beans stir and continue to simmer. Bic the hawks of their meat when they cool and add that to the pot increase the heat to.