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"mladic" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast
"Out so it talks about the vaccine passport has no epidemiological relevance. According to israel's health minister it is simply means to restrict the unvaccinated from certain venues in the hopes of persuading them to get the test. Or i'm sorry. The cuba shot. knits horowitz. Was caught on a hot mike. Tilling interior minister alien shaky Sure i'm over that name tunas during meeting that this was the purpose of imposing green passport restrictions. Footage of the conversation has gone viral in israel after being first broadcast by channel twelve Shake it i think he says i'm not sure what his name is. And it says. I think you can remove the green press for restaurants. Outside horowitz says pools to not just restaurants from an epidemiological viewpoint. That is correct. The problem is people who don't get vaccinated. We need to need continues right. Horowitz says otherwise. We'll never get out of this or with added that he believes the unvaccinated should be barred from malls as well currently malls and supermarkets do not require vaccination status to enter quote. There is a kind of university to the green pass system other than at malls. Were i think it should be imposed. Because now it's clear that it applies nowhere. He said But he also explained that despite the lack of evidence that restricting outdoor activities reduces infections making the regulation. Universal was easier than making exceptions. He said Because then they will say walker pools and and not waterpark parkson attractions. He says australia whore. Horowitz ask does. We don't want to do things that have no medical justification. But i'm telling you we have a problem. The green pass isn't even being enforced. Certainly not in the arab sector where it doesn't exist it all and i'm saying the effect on the hospital so he continues on and goes on goes on and so we're it gets down to it comes down to is not about. Your health is doesn't even it doesn't even help so now. This is without without the green passport or a valid negative. Kobe tests all israelis three years old and up or unable to terrestrial bulls houses of worship in even some outdoor attractions. Such as the zoo says the lack of abbott epidemiological evidence for mandating. Such decision is not new Shaked herself told eight news. Show that the green pass or was simply a way to drive up vaccination rates in not a scientific means in in of itself goes on talk about pfizer. And all this fear remember. Do you remember almost all. The israelis were vaccinated. And then look almost all the rayleigh israelis had like super high am hospitalization rates from kovin and desk. I mean think about it because they had a lot of deaths just when the vaccine itself to and that's all i mean you can look that up. It's hard to find the truth. It is extremely hard to find the truth. And god bless those reporters who are out there who Report the truth in so But it's getting harder harder to find those folks as well. So anyway i says war globalist and government so desperate for one hundred percent vaccination rates as the harbinger daily harbingers daily. Always go there. Destroy them out. Gyms mullahs folks us. This is posted. August the second twenty twenty one so this is a while back but i think it's relevant so. I don't think i'm the only person that has noticed it. There has been a sudden deluge of copen vaccination propaganda vaccine passport propaganda in the past month. More so than. I think we've seen since the beginning of this year. He says i'm speaking of the us meticulous but it is important to point out that in the us establishment is still desperately clamoring for a much higher vaccination rate in places like europe and the cane. Australia vaccination rates are higher in governments have moved onto the vaccine passport phase of their agenda so Some people may be confused by the obvious lockstep that most nations are moving in as moving in as far as code mandates and restrictions are concerned How is it possible that almost all the governments on the planet oriented agreement in medical totalitarianism. Well it's rather easy to understand when you realize the majority of them are linked together through globalist institutions like the world economic forum which has repeatedly called the pandemic a perfect opportunity to push their plans for a great reset. The great reset is a long-term ideological usurpation user patient of what's left of individual freedom and free market economies as global is the imposition of the of a global socialist communist dictatorship so globalist wrap these objectives and pretty sounding words and humanitarian sounding aspirations but at the bottom the reset is about an into liberty as we know it. This is not an exaggeration. this is reality. This is what people who are above all else. But how did she. Such a goal will interesting enough. It says the w. e. f. and bill mladic as foundation. Describe exactly how they plan to do it. During quote a simulation they held in october of twenty nineteen. It was called the event to a one focus on that on youtube. All this is planned at the plan. Democ it's manufactured manufactured fear. But this what's going on. So during the event the imagined a massive coronal pandemic spreading purposely from animals to humans which would facilitate the need for pervasive restrictions on individual liberties national economies as well as the internet and social media. I'm sure it's all coincident but the exact same scenario to global is at the. Wf played out during the eventual. When happened in the real world only two months later. That is the truth guys where we're at so if you want to know what's coming in the future of discolored w. f. and that's going to tell you what we're looking at in the future says in case dependent excel has been a boon for the globalist. We have not seen a far-reaching government power corp power-grabs as the roz of the national socialists. In europe in the spread of communism in russia and china almost a century ago. In fact i would say that what humanity as a whole is facing. Today is much worse than what those richard empires ever could have produced says. There is no doubt globalist institutions in government. Partners are the greatest beneficiary of the code crisis. They stand to gain ultimate social political power if their agenda to exploit the pandemic succeeds. That said there are few hangups in their plan. And this widely we are seeing an aggressive propaganda push in recent weeks for example as i outlined with extensive evidence. My article biden's vaccine strikeforce plan stinks of desperation It appears that the vaccination rates especially in the us is nowhere near as high as the elites would like while the administration the cdc claims and overall vaccination sixty seven percent numerous other stats including the l. clinics. That map numbers indicate that only four states in the us actually have a vaccination rate over sixty five percent which is one dose or more. The majority of the states have rates around fifty percent or less even large population. Blue states like california and new york are not above the sixty five percent market. Frankly those numbers are going. Nowhere as vaccinations are dropping off a cliff if someone has not submitted by now with zero. Wait tom's at ample doses everywhere than they are. Unlikely to ever be vaccinated so contradictory stats suggest to me. That biden in the cdc or inflating their vaccination numbers to create the illusion. They larger majority of americans support the jet. And if this is the case that explains biden faculty in the mainstream media or force feeding the public with pro vaccination hype that consistently contradicts the real science. They are not getting the fear in public composite they had hoped for. But why do they want. One hundred percent vaccination. Why are they so desperate. For every single person in the world to get the jab. After all the average. I f r okay. Death rate of. Kobe is a mere point. Two percents to hum sorry here point twenty six percent of those infected. This is a stat that the media consistently in deliberately refuses to mention to the public. This means that ninety nine point seven percent of the public is in no danger from kobe whether they are vaccinated or not do the vaccinations insure better. Ause will according to a racist statistics from massachusetts. Not necessarily as report over fifty one hundred infections in eighty deaths of fully vaccinated patients. The media keeps telling us that only the unvaccinated dying but this is alive like so many other lies they have been peddling when it comes to code. So what's the point of taking experimental vaccines. a death. rate of virus is so low in the jab doesn't necessarily protect you anyway. There is no point the science in the stats do not support the vaccines can't be credited with the decline infections and deaths this year the numbers plunged in january only to the population was vaccinated by february. The only explanation for this is that the population hit her immunity many months ago. Remember when governments said that they needed to seventy percent hundred minniti vaccination ought to stop the lockdowns and mandates globalist or the goal. I'm sorry the gopal Have been moved several times in the government. Quote science changes monthly now. They claim her doesn't matter and demand one hundred percent. Vaccinations we must ask the question again. Why the relentless government push for total vaccine. Saturation it's not saving lives in the mandates remain regardless so why i can only post theories he goes. I can only posit theories based on the evidence at hand. But i think is clear to most of us that the vaccines are not about public health newer or they about saving lives. They are obviously about something else. So says as numerous policy in vaccine experts have warned of the past year there is a great risk of harmful health audifax when it comes experimental amorini technology even one of the creators of the amarna. Vaccines has suggested that there are dangerous enrolling out these gene manipulation cocktails without testing of note are concerned about long longer. Term this order such as autoimmune disorders infertility the mainstream media and the globalist argued that there is quote no evidence unquote that the amarna vaccines will cause daily audifax or infertility. I would argue back that. There is no evidence that they are safe. Most vaccines are tested. Over the course of ten to fifteen years before they released to the public for us the covert vaccines were unleashed on the public. Without within months. Honestly i have no intention of acting as a guinea pig for an untested vaccine. Eight continues isa's but what if the elites know exactly what the side effects will be. What if the vaccine or a pivotal part of their quote great reset unquote. The infertility question in particular has joined the most far from the establishment. And i would point out a particular insidious narrative being implanted in the media. Whenever people question the chance of sterile sterile Can't talk today if they're gonna sterile or not okay caused by the vaccines bureaucrats in media talking heads go on the attack and then say there's no evidence that the vaccine is called infertility but cova dottino might cause it just watches recent speech by the governor of arkansas where he and his medical funky were almost run from the podium by angry audiences For peddling the same propaganda. So i'm we'd go out and play this and hopefully you'll be able to hear it because This new set up. That i have is not as good as my one. But i'm sorry. But the mike is better. I think so. Are we going to play. This is our arkansas governor. And he's heckled after explaining this about infertility so here we galley. See if i can get this going here all.
"mladic" Discussed on KOMO
"Because people are drawn to silicone, and the reason why they're drawn to silicone is because they think that it's waterproof. When? In fact that is not the best repair for most cement cracks like driveways, walkways, patios, etcetera, so Right now What I will tell you is I like to see a polymer blend for that, And that is not a silicone and if you go onto the latter create website Company I like and what you will see is they have products or single, um, component, you know, polymer reinforced, and then they also I really like their LNM Dura patch that's made by Mladic writ. It's a great product, and I like it and so, and it's easy to use You can use it. The pros use it, But people go in and and you've seen this mark. They come out with those caulking guns and the silicone and they think you know, First of all looks funny. You know, it really does, And it does not stand up to the expansion and contraction that you're going to have in that surface. It's not made for that. So I hope that helps. I like it. When I can give information about things. They're sort of random but come up this time of year. Yeah. Well, like you always say to you got to remember where we live in the weather. We get here too. We live in a sponge. Yeah, we really did. That's right. It's a sponge. It is a sponge, and we like it. It's green here. You know, I just went to Texas and we got there during what they called Snow vid, right? You were there, Which is funny, You know, I mean, ironic. Not that Covid is funny, but instead of calling it, Snowmageddon, what we did we do sometimes here. They called it Snow vid. And but, well, Texas was so brown And when my plane landed, I was like, Oh, We're back in the Emerald City where it's so beautiful, so green and yes, places have more sunshine than we do, But it's not this pretty. And But our home improvement needs differ greatly from those who people who live in more arid clients such as Arizona, California certain areas of California and certainly A a large, vast area of Texas. So I gives answers based on our Pacific Northwest listeners and and that is how I approach this program. If you have a secondary home somewhere else, go ahead and tell me because the answer will be different. I believe it and they are And I know those answers. Proud of it. Mark, can we give out our phone number? You bet. Still time here to call Tammy have all to yourself two Oh 6421 1000 here in Seattle western Washington, 877397 56 66. I want to go back a minute because we had this color. Call about the, uh The countertop problem, right? So island? Yes, it was all out of whack. Yes, Yes, it lost lost its luster. All of that I wanted. I want to talk a little bit about expectations for countertops. And I want to talk about something I've always been a fan of. And why So courts countertops, Eric extremely popular. All courts is not created equal. And if you're looking at just the budgetary Number. Well, yes, you could be provided with the court's countertop that is ground up courts usually 92 to about 96% ground up courts and then it adds polymers to put it together. Most of the courts. Countertop is not resistant to a hot pots that you could set right on it right off the stove. If you set it on the countertop, it can burn it and it's not resistant to a lot of stains, especially oily or such things as wine. People don't know that and they need to know that just because it's courts and it's synthetic doesn't mean that it's going to hold up. What am I, A fan of? I remain a fan of natural stone sealed natural stone like granite marble is very soft and will definitely stain But I still like granite and I check it out for yourself, You know, make an appointment with a professional to go see Arizona tile. Oh, my goodness. They have a whole warehouse full of slabs. It's unbelievable. They're not open to the public per se. You have to go with the pro, but it's worth your time. Oh, my.
"mladic" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"And there aren't really that many comparisons to make between ease the even fuel being very charitable so. I think he has to accept that. Britain is not really this great leader on the world stage with immense flexibility that he thought would happen. Brexit will apparently we promise we'll be like dolphin swimming through the oceans of international affairs. And actually we have to get on with the and we have to get on with america. Because the thing is he acquaintan- done hillary's quote rot point data. Decent gel sausages. It's just that everyone's excited on sausages because sausages a funding. It's this idea that it will still be possible. It's not supposed to be possible. Off the june thirtieth four british goods of various sorts to be exported to to northern ireland and boris. Johnson is climbing paperwork without the right paperwork. But boris johnson is now suggesting that despite having agreed to exactly that he's now going to agree to it and this is where the thing of president biden's irish heritage is being invoked by various people is it is every everybody possibly including the president himself massively overestimating the importance of that. Because i looked into it. It's too great great grandfathers. If i've done the maths right. That makes me roughly twice. The artist named joe biden is. But i don't really i don't allow that to sort of defined my job. Well it's a matter of what is the identity you choose and it was that that famous day when joe biden said got a question from the bbc and just instantly said. But i'm irish. And that is clearly what he feels in american politics. I i must say. I think it would be a brilliant coup for joe biden to to actually Negotiate a peace settlement between johnson. And the rest of the european union. An utterly ecessary squabble largely precipitated it must be said by the british side by johnson. Who is daniele said did a deal and then pumped he said. I'm putting in the wastepaper basket Which is incredibly dangerous as guards. The good friday agreement. And it's very clear that that is to joe biden who's always been engaged in trying to negotiate a peace in that is paramount importance. And he's not against somebody in johnson who just doesn't seem to really care. Bet i disagree with your little quentin. Because as he said it is a squabble negotiating a peace deal is is president is supposed to be doing right now. it's not always and suez isn't quite not quite and that's why i think it's extra embarrassing that The the the us has to get involved in this daniele. Pellett and quentin peel. Thank you both very much for the moment. We will have more from you shortly. You also to the daily on monocle. Twenty four liens is proud to partner the monaco daily on monocle twenty four. The world is better place when people have more courage than fair especially in uncertain times. Seek stability and confidence allience. Is that when it matters by supporting each other and sharing resources across the world has helped people to overcome their fears and looked the future with hope alleanza confidence in tamara interest. Welcome back to the monocle daily. I'm andrew melissa with me on my guests. Daniele pellett and quentin peel yesterday in the hague former bosnian serb army commander ratko mladic lost his appeal against his two thousand seventeen conviction for crimes against humanity committed during the bosnian war of the mid nineteen ninety s. He will therefore continue his life sentence. While any other verdict would have been a considerable surprise melodic oversight of the massacre of eight thousand men and boys in and around tributes in nineteen ninety five was more or less broadcast in real time. The upholding of latches conviction has been hailed as some indication that those who seek to perpetrate genocide at least have to consider the prospect of accountability Daniele if we frame the arrest and prosecution a nel confirmation of life sentence of ratko mladic in that particular context. How significant is it. Well i think it was. It was incredibly significant. If the whole international criminal tribunal for the former yugoslavia was incredibly significant. Although it was very far from perfect and there were many mistakes made i think in terms of international justice especially where we find ourselves now In recent years. I've been so many atrocities committed. It was a very successful operation. All the indictees were which is I would argue was well the eu eu incentives or played a part in in getting him not ditching and a red van courage into into the hague as well We i think the the survivors of conflicts now from from syria to yemen To the weigo's too. I think anyone who would be could even get a modicum of the justice that came out with the bosnian. Moore's would be incredibly positive. I'm the one positive. I think that we can take from this. Beyond the The impact on the victims and survivors as well is that now. We do talk about justice. Do there is an expectation that will be some kind of accountability. And this is not always this more honored in the in the exception rather than the it's rather than its activation. But that the idea that concept i think is really been firmly cemented in our understanding of international affairs just to follow that up. That accountability is obviously important for the accountability of the individual for the crimes that individual committed but do prosecutions like this have the lasting deterrent effect. That he's obviously hopeful because the prosecution of melodic has not stopped any of those other crimes to which you referred You could argue that didn't stop melodic from committing the crimes he committed. Well this is. This is a very strange thing. I covet the trial for for many years. And it took about the events. Burnett sir for instance. You think to yourself when you hear the test me like how did they think they get away with this. You know all the actions they took. Surely it was obvious that this would come out. And i think in the midst of war and conflict people do become overwhelmed by the situation and also by their feelings of impunity. And it's true also that that the the emphasis emphasis is on impunity rather than justice but in in nineteen the mid ninety nineties. It was inconceivable that people would be brought to justice. and i- i reassure myself with the idea that is inconceivable that will see sadhana human rights court but Perhaps that day will come on also activists in In syria and also now in belarus have also been encouraged by the previous successes to try and bring cases via universal jurisdiction. So i think we're chipping away at the edifice of of impunity clinton. Is there an argument here. That prosecuting and imprisoning and individual like melodic does also rather have the effect of getting everybody else off the hook for what wasn't done at the time. If you do for example as i think i do regard the war in bosnia as something of a crime of omission by the western powers. Which which let it happen for years and did very little about it. Is this one of those things where they can say what. It's far too late for them to take any responsibility for stopping the conflict. Look at least put away one of the bad guys. Who did the bad stuff regret I think you've got a good point. I mean it's like you know imposing sanctions on somebody saying that makes me feel good because we slapped over the wrist and it hasn't actually cured the problem. I think what is important about this in. Today's decision is that it does lay down very clearly for the next generations to come a historical narrative that doesn't gloss over the truth and if there is a danger which i've been reading about the actually in serbia today. There is a lot of denial of guilt. What went the will be there to a degree in black and white. People can't totally ignore the other danger..
"mladic" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Statement calling for transatlantic travel corridor to be implemented to boost economic recovery and two people were arrested after a man in southeastern france slapped president emmanuel macron. Who was speaking to restaurant. Work about. The relaxing of covid nineteen restrictions. The incident has drawn condemnation from across the political spectrum. As video that went viral. The man also shouted down with makoni. Derogatory term used to refer to microns administration. This is the globalist stay tuned. One of the most notorious figures of the late twentieth century will spend the rest of his life in prison. The appeal chamber of an international tribunal in the hague has confirmed the genocide conviction of the former bosnian. Serb military leader ratko mladic. It means the end of a long battle for justice for the families of thousands of people who were murdered. On the former general's orders i'll man in the balkans guide luna followed the original trial and the appeal and he joins us now a guy. Thanks for coming on the show. Can you tell us what happened in court yesterday well absolutely it was a bit tortuous if you were watching. Because it was a a sort of covid era haring with lots of glitches in the video and audio in delays for things getting underway but finally the presiding judge when painstakingly through all of the chargers which ratko mladic was appealing against and one by wong. The appeals by mr mladic. Were dismissed an appeal by the prosecution. To incorporate more charges of genocide walls are dismissed. And then finally the life sentence the ratko mladic on the original genocide conviction which applies to this reverence. A massacre was confirmed. He'll spend the rest of his life in prison. And so what does that mean for the families of the victims well. It's really incalculable. What it means for them and over the years. I've spent quite a lot of time with people who survived srebrenica and of course that that family members many of them didn't survive and for them. This has been really dominating their lives ever since twenty six years. They've been waiting and campaigning. For justice for more than a quarter of a century and this was at the final act in the last trial involving this represents a masochist so as to match it's an enormous watershed for them and after the verdict remediate after the verdict was was confirmed. I spoke to some sauce of a. He survived the massacre but twenty. Three of his family members didn't and he's been living outside bosnia ever since campaigning for justice. And he told me he feels reborn. Now that manages convictions being confirmed i was very emotional watching this judgment. Finally after twenty. Five years i can go back to seven hundred because justice had been made i think the victims of genocide and servants have achieved. Lots and i'm very grateful to international community and the whole world who who was always beat us you know since the genocide was committed in servants i think the lesson for the whole humanity is that nobody is above the law so nobody nobody can commit genocide and gave it it. You know this is very important. Message for the whole world. You know especially for the future generations in in bosnia and the balkans and for the process of reconciliation and co bosnia afghanistan appendi- tate and and on the european union boss on the road to the modern state go. The timing of this verdict is significant. Have recently been voices in the region. Denying genocide ever took place at Need sir yes. We're the end so might this verdict. Couldn't have come at a better time because it really is quite disgraceful. After all this time and the international cold verdicts that we've had you will still get people in the region who will deny or equivocate about the that took place in said we recently had the montenegrin justice minister who came out and said he wouldn't call it genocide until it had been proven the genocide to take place you consistently have bosnia senior ethnic serb politician milorad dodik denying the genocide took place at srebrenica. So it is utterly important. That the court in the hague reiterates that yes genocide did take place and that in this instance ratko mladic was found guilty of directing genocide. It's it's a firm answer to the people who are trying to deny or to talk down the seriousness of the crohn's committed that now. The prosecution author appealed wanting additional convictions for genocide. The judges refused that indeed. They did this. And this is the difficult issue ready when it comes to the charge of genocide and international justice but you can house convictions on crimes against humanity. But if you lay a charge of genocide and then you fail to convict it actually has an impact on some of the people who were hoping of course that they were going to get that charge confirmed and they feel in some ways that the justice for them has been denied even the ratko mladic as being convicted on genocide. Its repor nitsa war crimes and crimes against humanity because he wasn't convicted of genocide in places like example mostert. Those people may now feel well. We haven't got the same quality of justice as the people. It's rubber nitsa. And i think this is a big issue for international justice to consider how half you have to be how hard you have to think before you bring a charge of genocide in a war crimes court guy. Thank you very much indeed. That was guy to luna there. The world trade organization council on trade related aspects of intellectual property rights trips began meeting yesterday to continue discussions on a joint indian and south african proposal to waive intellectual property protections on covid nineteen vaccines. Well adele soukous. Who is a south. African based journalist and editor specializing in global. Health is on the line to tell us more adult. Thanks for joining us. Which nations are pushing for this patent waiver. So as you mentioned south africa and india. A put it forward but it's co sponsored by Mostly what are known as least developed countries. They include kenya. Mozambique pakistan as a teeny roundabout sixty to a hundred depending on what you read other countries who are supporting it and these include china new zealand and notably the united states but only for the vaccines element of the waiver not for the full proposal of diagnostics and treatment and related equipment. A full proposal. How would it work..
"mladic" Discussed on AP News
"I'm Ed Donahue, a Senate report on the January capital riot found a lot went wrong abroad. Intelligence breakdown across many agencies, along with widespread law enforcement and military failures. But majority leader Chuck Schumer says there was no mention why there was a riot, with the exception of a brief reference to performer President Trump's remarks at the Ellipse. Senate Republicans insisted That the report exclude anything having to do with the cause of the insurrection. The report says. There were clear warnings and tips. Supporters of former President Donald Trump were planning to storm the capital, but that intelligence never made it up to top leadership. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says there is no need for another investigation. Today's report is one of the many reasons I'm confident. And the ability of existing investigations to uncover all actionable facts about the events of January six. The report recommends immediate changes to give the Capitol police chief more authority. The CEO of the colonial pipeline is on Capitol Hill for a Senate hearing following the cyber attack that led to fuel shortages in some parts of the country. This is Ohio Republican Rob Portman. We've got to recognize these ransomware attacks for what they are. It's a serious national security threat. Attacks against critical infrastructure are not just a tax on companies. They are attacks on our country itself. CEO Joseph Blount says paying the ransom was the right thing to do Law enforcement Agency. You say criminal gangs divulged plans for moving drug shipments and carrying out killings on a secure messaging system. Secretly run by the FBI. More than 800 suspects were arrested in the sting and more than 32 tons of drugs were seized. The Biden administration says it has identified more than 3900 Children separated from their parents at the border with Mexico. Under former President Donald Trump's zero tolerance policy on illegal crossings, stocks are wobbling between small gains and losses. This is a P news The number of available jobs is up way up. The economy is reopening at breakneck speed. As we recover from the pandemic lockdown. There were a record 9.3 million jobs available in April. That's up an eye popping 12% from March, but employers hired just over six million people. The message there Jobs are opening faster than companies can feel them the biggest increase in job openings, hotels and restaurants and listen to this. The number of Americans who quit their jobs in April Rose 11%, the highest figure in records going back 20 years. I'm Rita Foley. New York's Madison Square Garden is ready to rock and roll again. Foo fighters will take the stage June 20th, the Garden's first show in more than 460 days, MSG says the concert for vaccinated audience members will be its first at 100% capacity since the pandemic. Tickets go on sale Friday. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News UN Appeals judges have upheld the convictions of former Bosnia Serb military chief Ratko Mladic for genocide and other offenses during Bosnia's 1992 to 95 war and confirmed his life sentence. The ruling means this 79 year old former general who terrorized Bosnia throughout the war, will spend the rest of his life in prison. He is the last major figure from the conflict that ended more than a quarter century ago to face justice. Presiding judge said the court dismissed largest appeal in its entirety and affirmed his life sentence. It also rejected an appeal by prosecutors of largest a kettle on one other account of genocide. Linked to ethnic purges early in the war. I'm Zaria. Shockingly, there are lots of jobs available. There were a record number of job openings in April 9.3 million. The number of Americans who quit their jobs in April rose by four million to the highest figure in records going back 20 years. What are we to make of all of that? Nick Bunker, the economic research director at the indeed, hiring lab, says more than a year after what he calls the horrific job losses and wage cuts Job seekers have a strong hand in the labor market again. Demand for workers is surging, he says. As the economy starts to come out of the pandemic lockdown. I'm Rita Foley. The number of available jobs is up way up. The economy is reopening a breakneck speed as we recover from the pandemic lockdown. There were a record 9.3 million jobs available in April. That's up an eye popping 12% from March, but employers hired just over six million people. The message there Jobs are opening faster than companies can fill them the biggest increase in job openings, hotels and restaurants and listen to this. The number of Americans who quit their jobs in April Rose 11%. The highest figure in records going back 20 years. I'm Rita Foley. AP News I'm to McGuire two Senate committees.
"mladic" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"That General Mladic is not a hero by the convicted war criminal. Also a police sting like few others, hundreds of suspects arrested around the world. After they spent years communicating on an APP develops by the FBI to entrap them, and the former US President Bill Clinton pays the Russian president sort of compliment. At least he's not posing as a nice guy. I have had many different kinds of adversaries in my life, but the ones that I can't stand are the ones that are sticking it to you and pretending they're not I mean, that's smarmy. All that to come after the news. Hello. I'm Ira Anderson with the BBC News. The former Bosnian Serb military leader Ratko Mladic has to spend the rest of his life behind bars after losing his appeal against the genocide conviction. As expected, A UN tribunal in The Hague confirmed his responsibility for the systematic campaign to carve out a greater Serbia from the fragments of Yugoslavia at the expense of Muslims and Croats. The judges upheld the life sentence handed down four years ago for atrocities, including the massacre of nearly 8000 Muslim men and boys at Trapper Nitze in 1995, Bosnian foreign Minister by Saratoga. Vic welcomed the decision. It is relief that everything has been finalized and confirmed, however, there are also disappointment with the fact that many cities in which we believe that atrocities and genocide has happened have not been listed neither judgment as including them. The UN's human rights chief, Michelle Bachelet said the verdict showed the determination to hold people like melodic to account no matter how long it took. Alice will remove and Daddy to the UN secretary general's special advisor on genocide, said it sent a hugely important message to the western Balkans. Police in 16 countries have made hundreds of arrests after intercepting 20 million messages by suspected members of organized crime groups over the past three years, 10,000 supposedly safely encrypted phones were distributed two suspects in 90 countries, Nada Tofik reports. The sting operation exploited the fact that criminal gangs were in the market for a new means of communication to avoid detection. Law enforcement agencies had earlier taken down to encrypted platforms that were used to coordinate drug trafficking and other highly organized illegal activities. An informant developing a new system called Annum handed it over to the FBI while it was still in its infancy. And a sophisticated plot. Mobile phones with the APP were distributed to unsuspecting criminals. Eventually, it grew in popularity that gave law enforcement a direct view of millions of conversations going on in real time. The South African health ministers William Keyes has been placed on special leave by President Cyril Ramaphosa, pending a corruption probe is being asked to address allegations that two of his close aides embezzled more than $6 million from public coronavirus funds to fill, Hani reports. The country's special investigating unit is currently taking a closer look at a contract work. $11 million, which an internal probe in the health department found had been awarded under unscrupulous conditions. The money was supposedly to pay for communications work for the department during the coronavirus pandemic, except it's not clear that any services worth that much were rendered. The health minister has denied any wrongdoing. World News from the BBC. Officials in Bangladesh have arrested a further two people as they continue to investigate a Bangladeshi trafficking ring. The group is accused of recruiting girls through social media apps, promising the modeling work but in fact forcing them into the sex trade in southern India. 11 people have been detained. Opposition MPs in Namibia have attacked the government for its recent settlement with the former colonial power Germany. The deal saw Berlin acknowledge that it committed genocide against the Herero and Nama ethnic groups and pledged more than a billion dollars for their welfare. Today, opposition legislators said there had been no chance to narrate the economic trauma caused by the genocide. Another said Herero and Nama people would reject the accord with contempt. The U. S. Vice President Kamala Harris and the Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador have discussed ways of improving economic prospects and security in order to curb illegal migration. The Mexican government said that focused on cooperation to create jobs and improve the quality of life in Central American countries and in the south of Mexico. South America's most successful golfer, Hell, Cabrera has been extradited to his native Argentina to face charges of assault against his ex wife. He was arrested in Brazil in January after several months on the run. Leonardo, Russia reports. Hell. Cabrera was put on a flight to the border city of forced to go through and handed over to local police in the early hours of Tuesday. He has been taken to the city of Cordoba, where his first hearing is scheduled for the beginning of July. Mr Cabrera, Who's 51 has been accused of domestic violence against his ex wife, Silver River Todaro, as well as theft and illegal intimidation, another former partners that he tried to run her over with his scar five years ago. Mr Cabrera is a big sporting hero in Argentina. That's the latest BBC news. Hello and welcome to news hour. 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"You an appeals judges have upheld the convictions of former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic for genocide and other offenses during Bosnia's nineteen ninety two to ninety five war and confirmed his life sentence the ruling means the seventy nine year old former general who terrorized opposing now throughout the war will spend the rest of his life in prison he is the last major figure from the conflict that ended more than a quarter century ago to face justice the presiding judge said the court to dismiss the largest appeal in its entirety and affirmed his life sentence it was rejected an appeal by prosecutors applied just a kid took on one other count of genocide linked to ethnic part just early in the war I'm sorry I shockingly
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"I don't think anyone can appreciate how difficult this is for them, so they are committed to wanting justice and I really hope that today's verdict uphold their needs. House. Catherine Bomb Burger, who is director general of the International Commission. Let's speak now to Jeremy Bowen, now, of course, the BBC's Middle East editor. But back in 1995. He was a reporter covering the war in the Balkans in Sarajevo and in 2013, he testified at Ratko Mladic's trial at The Hague. Jeremy, let's go back to the siege of Sarajevo. It's It's hard to fathom now, but I suspect you haven't forgotten at all. Something like 10,000 people were killed during that three year siege. It was pretty unforgettable. And I was there for a lot of the time from beginning to the end. It was. It was a city surrounded by hills. And while they did fire out a bit Principally. It was all coming in. There were Serb gun positions Bosnian Serb gun positions on the hills and they would fire in and some days it would be relatively quiet with just a flurry for half an hour and other times it would be going on all day long and there will be many people killed. You met both the, uh Political leader of the Bosnian Serbs, Radovan Karadic and the military commander Ratko Mladic. Tell us a little bit about those meetings. Well, there was one particularly bizarre one that had a few meetings with both of them. They were quite accessible. There was one bizarre one during a failed peace conference in Geneva and I went to knock on the door of the suite where carriage which was staying, and he was in there with Mladic, and we sat down and He talked and talked, as he always did. I was there for some hours and older listeners will remember that when you got your photos back from the process that they come in to taper envelope, and they had a big that a couple of those envelopes. Those wallets with pictures in of graves, and they said that these were served farmers who had been killed by Muslim terrorists. Um And they were, you know, they were trying to point out that they were the real victims in their point of view in the whole thing. I mean, I think that I mean, Mladic always seemed to be a Yeah, but he was more of a military man. He didn't have the quick wits of of Karadzic and at his trial he always had. I mean, I was there for a couple of days, testifying He had this angry face. A lot of the time I felt that he was someone who, actually somewhere in him, believes that he was doing what was necessary for his people. And that he was in a sense of legit general and not a You know, a terrible war criminal, which the evidence of of the proceedings showed very clearly that he was that there was some controversy over the those people who chose to testify and you did just outline your reasons for for doing that and continue to defend it. Well, I I would absolutely defended. I was glad to do it because you know, journalists often have this cliche that you know where the first take on history and and I feel you know that. Yeah, that's true, but Also, I do think that the only real justification for reporting that we do and my goodness I did it for years in the former Yugoslavia. As you find yourself. You've been hearing about some of these terrible trials of people. I mean, awful losses that people suffered. And you know, I would see people minutes after their families had been killed, sometimes. And they were dealing with that and they would speak about it, and I felt the only justification for doing that was to to create a record of what had happened. And maybe get some redress as well. I didn't ever say anything like testified in a total of four separate trials, carriages, marriage and a couple of others as well. I I always felt it was very important. To do that, and I never said anything when I was in the witness box that I hadn't said on the BBC. Jeremy just very briefly. I mean, this history is still so contested Republican Spur Spur SCA is still it's Muslim. And and and there are people who can test the history and there are streets named after General Mladic and Karadzic. I mean, it really is still very live this issue. Yeah, There are people there who think that these people are heroes. There's no doubt about it that they fought for their own people that for their for their society for their values, A lot of them would say. You know, we fought against the Muslims for Christie in Europe. I used to hear a lot of that. So You know, it was one of the great tragedies of Europe at that time and tragedy to that a lot of powerful Western governments until the very end, essentially let it happen. Jeremy Bone. Distribution of the BBC News are in the U. S. 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"T makes research breakthroughs and his rank is one of the nation's most research intensive universities by Carnegie Classifications. Boarding Jayanti that you slash are one stocks have pulled back from records as investors cast a wary eye on a batch of data that, as Bonnie just said, suggests a possible slowdown in economic growth. Treasury bench tire, Brian Belski, BMO Capital Markets chief investment strategist, tells Bloomberg 2021 will not be the end of volatility. I think where most people have it wrong for 2020 war is this automatic transition? Back to normalcy. I just don't think it's gonna be that easy of 2020 taught us anything. We're still gonna have fits and starts Momenta Mladic driven market Look at the month of November alone. In terms of this binary decision to buy cyclicals and value stocks again. This is clearly just X, trying to add under exposure. Those areas that have been underperforming. We check the markets every 15 minutes, the S and P is down 4/10 of a percent down 13. The Dow's down 6/10 percent down 170. The NASDAQ is up 1/10 of a percent of 10. The 10 year is up by 30. Seconds to your 300.86%, West Texas Intermediate crude continues to go up. It's up 8/10 of a percent of 45 29 a barrel comics. Gold is up a quarter of a percent at 18 15 20 announced the Valerie Ann 104 34, the euro dollar 1905 and the British pound a dollar 33 61. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. Bloomberg markets is underway now Bonnie Quinn and fall swinging Right there. Thank you so much. We appreciate that market drivers is brought to you by Commonwealth supporting more than 2000 independent financial advisers with the solutions they need to grow a thriving business coming off. So where you grow? Visit commonwealth dot com to learn more well after hitting record highs yesterday in the S and P and Dow getting a little bit of a pullback here before Thanksgiving. That's where the action is. You could do that this morning with a good friend. Pretty Gupta from Bloomberg News. Pretty what you looking at here in this Thanksgiving Eve morning trade. Well, Good morning, Paul. Of course, we have seen a little bit of a pullback in the stock market. Just of course, after hitting those record highs in the averages yesterday, you are starting to see a little bit of a fade here in the data, though we had the NASDAQ In the green slightly about about 0.1%, and I'm hesitant to say it's firmly in the green. She kind of seeing the NASDAQ kind of go back and forth here, but it's really the economic data. That's kind of throwing a few punches here. This idea that even with all this vaccine optimism, maybe the near term outlook This isn't that great and even Treasury yields. Not that optimistic just yet. So that's really what I'm watching. What about volume is typically pretty low volume before Thanksgiving. You might have thought there'd be more today, given all the news in the last few days about potential Cabinet appointments and so on. Absolutely volume extremely low today. I mean, the only lower day volume we're going to get is that is Friday, right after Thanksgiving. So of course, some of these page you're seeing in the market could just be simply a function of those kind of low volumes, low liquidity out here. But still, the economic data seems to be moving. Ah, good chunk of the price action this morning, but of course, volatility. Will increase a little bit when you start to see a volume drops, so that's really what I'm watching Funny. So pretty. It's some I guess what we've seen really over the last several weeks. Maybe really, you know, since September's been that rotation trade seems to be working here where investors are, you know, betting on some economic growth on the other side of this pandemic, and maybe Increasing. Positioning there to cyclical names may be getting out of some of those growth. The names have been such good winners that really was apparent yesterday. At least it absolutely was. And this is, of course, coming after three vaccine Mondays, and I have to admit full on that first vaccine Monday the Fizer news, the first trading session after Joe Biden was declared the winner by by media You really saw this cyclical trade out performing? I was very skeptical about it because you saw the likes of some of these big oil companies trading 20% higher on just one day, So that was really Ah, big question mark for me, but it kind of seems like the fundamentals have really shifted to the point where that's cyclical rally. It's no longer a one day or one week trying, you're seeing for three straight weeks. The question, though, is Can the economic activity really stay stable until we get the vaccine? Or do we start to see that double dip recession vibe? And that's really what markets are watching. Right now. It's not so much what news is coming in 2021, but the overall trajectory whether that's in the economic data, or I'll also add corporate earnings because, of course you're seeing a lot of those movers really trade on the idea that they're 2021 fiscal forecast is much higher than anticipated. So just to recap. This morning, we got durable goods holding up. And in fact, the previous month, September's durable goods orders were advised hires. That's good sign. But then, of course, you had the job of pains. Not so good personal income, terrible personal spending, though holding up so it's a real mixed bag. What are traders anticipating hearing from the everyone see later on we'll, of course, there's not gonna be any surprise here. There's going rates are probably expected to stay on on pause for for a while. You're going to see language around that, But you're also expecting this to see what kind of recovery they're expecting. I remember Chairman Powell and Madame Lagarde had both talked about this was a says the vaccine use had been Declare that the vaccine in the first half 2021 was largely priced into their forecasts of what they are more concerned about is once again this economic activity, and I think traders air really going to see or really going toe wonder to what extent that makes an impact. Is it just simply a near term problem through the end of the year that we can kind of look past? Or is this going to create that long term damage? That's a really great phrase. That Chairman Powell likes to use a lot. What does the long term scarring look like? What is the long term structural changes look like, and hopefully we'll see some language around that, and that may influence some of the positioning coming out of this Thanksgiving holiday. So pretty. I think I.
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"Of a Democratic controlled America the first night of the Republican National Convention. They want to enslave you to the weak dependent liberal victim ideology to the point that you will not recognize this country or yourself. Also a blueprint for safely refilling classical concert halls at a time of cove. It On his Facebook takes legal action after the Thai government orders it to block a group discussing the monarchy. We hear from that group's founder, all of that coming up after the news. Hello. This is Danielle Young Soviet scout with the BBC News on appeal by the former Bosnian Serb military leader, Ratko Mladic, against his conviction for genocide and crimes against humanity has been dogged by technical difficulties. Corona virus restrictions at the U. N court in The Hague forced three of the judges to follow proceedings by unstable video links. The defense says it hampers the rite of Mr managed to a fair hearing. And a Halligan is in The Hague. He argues that the conviction was based on unsound history that it should be quashed and the whole thing overturned. He should be a question. His lawyers are just starting to go through some of the previous cases, which they say shouldn't have formed the basis for his conviction. The prosecution is saying it didn't go far enough in recognizing the scale of his genocidal intent. Because if you cast your mind back, this was a ll The bios ethnic cleansing, which he argued was never his intention. We won't actually be getting a verdict until next spring. Sudan's Prime Minister Abdullah Ham. Duke says Thie issue off removing his country from the U. S state sponsors off terrorism list was discussed during a meeting with the U. S Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. It's the first such visit in 15 years. Mr Ham. Duke said They had also talked about possible support for Sudan's civilian led transitional government. The Russian government has accused German doctors of being too hasty after they said that tests showed the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny had been poisoned. Germany's Chancellor, Angela Merkel has called for a full investigation. From Moscow, his Sarah Rainsford, the Kremlin doesn't see any proof yet that Alexander Valley has been deliberately poisoned. Its spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said the clinic and Berlin had only establish the same as doctors here that the opposition politician had lowered levels of colonist a raise. But Mr Peskov underlined you repeatedly that no one had yet established the cause of that. He said Russian doctors had outlined multiple possible explanations, including certain medicines on does the German medics have not identified a specific substance. He couldn't understand why they were rushing as he put it to conclusions about poisoning. The Afghan actress and film directors. Sabah Sue Heck is recovering in hospital after being shot in the stomach by unidentified gunmen on her way to work in the capital, Kabul, Miss Sue her and outspoken champion of women's rights now works for the Interior Ministry. Chuma give a ring reports. For years, Sabbath Heart has had a high profile, glamorous image, succeeding in the most email world of film, directing and speaking out on controversial issues such as women's rights and corruption. Her film, the Law was a big hit. And she played a feisty, honest cop in a police drama series, which he also directed in recent years. She's worked full time for the Afghan security services, and her husband told the BBC. He suspects that role may have been the reason she was targeted World News from the BBC. And this is WNBC, New York. I'm Sean Carlson. State authorities have released the name of a man shot and killed by a police officer after a standoff in New Jersey last week. State's attorney general's office says 39 year old Hassani best was pronounced dead after Friday night shooting in Asbury Park officers were called to a home after allowed domestic dispute. They say the man was armed with a knife and refused to drop it. A police officer fired after they said a stun gun was ineffective. The investigation is.
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"Under evacuation orders or warnings in California because of the hundreds of wildfires in the state. Much of northern California is under a red flag alert for dry lightning in high winds. The fires have killed at least seven people and destroyed more than 1200 homes and other structures. The former tropical storm. Marco is now a travel depression. But now the Gulf Coast is preparing for tropical Storm Laura. It's expected to become a hurricane by the time it reaches land by Wednesday night. NPR's John Burnett reports. The 12th named Storm of this busy hurricane season will soon enter the Gulf of Mexico, fueled by the warm surface waters is expected to intensify into a Category two hurricane with winds greater than 100 MPH and take aim at the Louisiana Texas border. Louisiana Governor John Bell, Edwards says it's good news that Marco petered out early, so we all have more time. It would be a shame if we didn't take advantage of it so that we can properly position ourselves. To be prepared for Hurricane Laura authorities are urging coastal residents in the watch area from Galveston, Texas, to Morgan City, Louisiana, to shelter in place of necessary public shelters will only be opened as a last resort because of the threat of Corona virus. John Burnett. NPR NEWS New Orleans rescue workers in Turkey or searching for people missing after floods along the Black Sea coast. At least six people are confirmed dead. One official said The amount of rainfall over the weekend was higher than the region's total monthly average for August. I'm Nora RAHM NPR news Support for NPR comes from Heather Start Hague, A. And Paul Gee Haga supporting African Wildlife Foundation, working to ensure the future of Africa's wildlife and wildlands learn more at a wf dot org's And Americans for the arts at Americans for the arts dot org's America. Today is one of our subjects here on Newsday Coming up, they will disarm you empty the prisons and lock you up in your home. That's what the Republicans are being told that the convention there. Meanwhile, some Americans have taken to the streets to protest for racial justice. We hear from one of them tear gas from his eyes in Kenosha. Wisconsin also coming up the appealing Ratko Mladic Onda. Also, we hope to be talking to the mother of a victim of the New Zealand massacre, one of the people who have bean giving incredibly moving witness statements and impact statements to the sentencing of the man responsible for the murder of 51 people in the mosque in Christ.
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"Was going back to see your bottom. When we left to come up here to encourage the protesters. We appreciate their support. But from his mother and from our from his, my brother, his father were encouraging people to protest peacefully not to be destructive. We want justice and we want proper justice schools in the South Korean capital, Seoul and the surrounding area have been ordered to switch to online classes. Laura Baker reports all schools and kindergartens in the greater Seoul area, home to over 25 million people will know be online, with the exception of those in their final year of high school her due to take Crystal universe. City entrance exams in December. 218 new Covert 19 cases were reported in the last 24 hours blue in global terms, but it's the 12th day of triple digit increases and a country used to case numbers. Ballou 30. The infection clusters are mostly linked to a number of far right Protestant churches. His members took part in a mass rally in Seoul just over a week ago. BBC knees Emergency teams have rescued 60 people from the rubble of a residential building that collapsed in the town of MMA hard in the west Indian state of Maharashtra. Two people have been confirmed dead. The five storey block, which contained about 45 flats, was completely destroyed. Operations are continuing to try to pull more survivors from the wreckage. Facebook has blocked access within Thailand's to a group with more than a million members that discusses the monarchy. The government had threatens to take legal action over what it said was defamatory content on the site called the royalist marketplace. Its founder, a Thai academic living in exile in Japan accused Facebook of cooperating with an authoritarian regime to obstruct democracy. An independent report into the extreme fires that ravaged parts of Australia earlier this year is recommending significant changes to land clearance practices to protect the country from future devastation. The disaster, known as the Black Summer bushfires was unprecedented in scale. Phil Mercer reports from Sydney. More aggressive hazard reduction or controlled burn offs that can reduce the severity of future bushfires would make Australia safer, according to the reports. It urges landowners in high risk areas to increase prescribed burning, even though some research has shown that it can be potentially dangerous as conditions get hotter and drier. The report also calls for more scientific research into fighting fires. Including the use of artificial intelligence and drones. The former Bosnian Serb military leader Ratko Mladic, is due to begin an appeal in the next few hours against his conviction for genocide and crimes against humanity. He was sentenced to life imprisonment nearly three years ago for his role in the Balkans war of the 19 nineties, including the massacre of about 8000, Muslim men and boys attributed BBC knees. Thank you for that. News update News throughout the day here on Tuesday on the BBC World Service. Laura's lot of Alan consumed your review. Thank you for joining us from Newsday. In a moment, some analysis on the Republican National Convention where Donald Trump has been nominated as the party's candidate is happily accepted the nomination. Also, How is China coping with floods affecting millions on good news for people with arthritis? Lucky Republicans were talking the.
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Ellen Gabriel is a Mohawk activists and artists from the CONNOISSEUR Taka community. Thank you very much. Thank you. The standoff or siege as Gabriel says ended after seventy eight days, members of the Mohawk community blockade were arrested while the planned golf. Course extension did not go through at the time. The land is still under dispute. Gabriel says they're still fighting for it. Another anniversary being noted this weekend tomorrow marks the twenty fifth anniversary of the threats, a massacre that's when Bosnian Serb forces killed about eight thousand Muslim men and boys. During the Bosnian war, it was the worst atrocity on European soil since World War Two over the past few days, citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina have been commemorating this tragedy and reminding the world that they are. are still seeking full justice. Some nations like Serbia denied the nature of these crimes were joined now by David Scheffer, the US ambassador at large for war crimes issues from nineteen, Ninety, seven to two thousand one just turn off. David gets more background on this rubber needs a massacre. Why is it so significant? And why is it so important that we remember what happened there? Well, it's extremely important. shrub meets. Massacre was the final large atrocity of the Bosnian conflict of the early nineteen nineties. They handed out candy and General Mladic promise the townspeople. They would be safe. Of course they were not his soldiers slaughtered more than seven thousand Muslim men and boys who tried to flee. It was not really supposed to happen. There were considerable efforts to reach a negotiated settlement between the Bosnian. Serbs and the Bosnian Muslims, and so having suddenly a huge genocidal event on the one hand it was horrific, and on the other hand it was such a shock to the system, and galvanized the West to finally deuce military power to bring the workmen end. Who is responsible for these atrocities? In trouble, Nita the Bosnian Serbs and of course there was complicity on the part of the Serbian government, and that has been proven and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia with the convictions of general cursed. General Melodic and president courage at the time, and did you have a role in getting any of these men prosecuted? Well, yes, there's ambassador large for warcrimes issues. In the late nineties I was responsible for helping during as much evidence as possible to the tribunal in The Hague that would implicate senior leaders. I want to jump to today and unfortunately war, crimes and crimes against humanity are still happening across the globe, often in conflict zones in places like Yemen and Syria. What's being done about these crimes today? Well not enough is being done, but I think there are a very brave and committed individuals and even governments around the world that are doing the best they canton. It's a reality for example with Syria that the United States and France and the United Kingdom on the Security Council have sought to have the whole Syrian situation referred to the International Criminal Court for Investigation and prosecutions, but that referral has been vetoed by Russia. Which of course is aligned with the Assad government in Syria? Frankly why there has not been a referral of the Yemen situation to the International Criminal Court pretty much boggles my mind although I can understand the politics of it in the case of Yemen, who or what entity would be the one to bring that to court to make that an issue? Well, because Yemen is not a state party to the Rome. Statute of the International Criminal Court you. You have to get a referral by the Security Council to the court case of Yemen of course, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are prominent parties in the conflict in Yemen and I can imagine that politically the trump administration would not necessarily be the one to refer Yemen or bring it up in the Security Council given its relationships with Saudi, Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. But at the end of the day you would have to get all five votes of the permanent members of the Security Council, but that's extremely difficult with Yemen. Because of the politics concerned. David Chef was the US ambassador at large for war, crimes issues from nineteen, ninety seven to two thousand one thanks a lot David. Back you. According to the latest tally covid nineteen has claimed more than five hundred fifty thousand lives worldwide compare that with thirty three million people who have died from AIDS. The numbers are vastly different and AIDS has been around much longer. But scientists and healthcare workers believe there are important parallels between the two diseases. Here's SITA. Some wate director of the World Health Organization's Africa region. I think the similarity to pandemic. Certainly stigma is one of the things that they have in common, which of course was very very powerful in the early days of HIV pandemic. Dr Mosquito somebody is on today's edition of the podcast. The intelligence from the Economist Radio in London podcast host..
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"The hearing he wasn't at the court today Tom but his lawyers were in the full bench of seven justices were hearing all morning their arguments they have yet to grant him leave of appeal over they have been hearing the the the lawyers reasons why they should and basically the lawyers were saying that the judges in the Victoria courts of appeal were wrong to uphold tells conviction and that the jury who convicted him or unreasonable they depended heavily on the testimony of one victim the ignored evidence given by witnesses about the circumstances of what happened at the Saint Patrick's cathedral in Melbourne that day in nineteen ninety six on the argued that it was improbable for the offense to have taken place so their argument essentially is that the jury did not meet the requirements of proof beyond reasonable doubt now we have yet to hear from the prosecution but they have always maintained that they reject this argument that they have back to the credibility of the victim upon upon whose testimony this conviction was built and then they said that the jury's decision should be respected and how long might this preceding go on full well this is a two day hearing now if the High Court decides that it is it is it is going to grant him leave of appeal the then have a couple of decisions to make one is they could take it back to the Victoria court of appeal and say review this case or they could decide to uphold at this conviction which case he remains in jail but if the judges decide to overturn the conviction this is where you may see a big change and you may see George bell actually convicted in walking free and how is all this what I. 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I guess people that would have people saying in Australia at large because of his he's been headline news for it for a long time now absolutely this is been one of the most followed most watched cases in Australia's legal history mainly of course because of who George Pell is how prominent he is or was I mean not only was he the Vatican's treasurer number three in the Vatican but he was also very close adviser to the pope himself he was among the C. nine the close circle at circuit at of advisors to the point of he's been demoted since the trial and the conviction from that position but it's really hard to overstate the status of this man who's been revered for so many years but we were standing outside court this morning Tom and his supporters were so we're standing there saying prayers chanting but then they came face to face with protesters and they all wanted to make their voices heard to another reminder of how divisive this case is not just in Australia words shocked people but really it has embarrassed the Vatican and the Catholic Church in and briefly do we know the pope's view all known of this is he given it all the Vatican the Vatican have been quite silent significantly silent really on this case again not surprising given how prominent this man is but the did maintain that while they respected the laws of Australia the respected the judicial process they say that it is cardinal George Pell's right to pursue all avenues of appeal the last of which we're witnessing here in court as our customers Shiamak highly L. outside causing camera our next guest says vote becoming blind gave her a vision yet the bash men groups yet he's a lawyer on disability activist who will be announced as one of the issues young global leaders by the World Economic Forum today a role previously filled by in one of the home all fronts until soon lawyer Amal Clooney adjusted to OD in all of New Zealand just all competing for the ninety percent of disabled children who don't go to school to be given access to education she told a colleague Claire McDonnell more about her childhood on why she felt going blind make her life better I was born with a sites and I was born in the valley which is the little girl my mom was married when she was eleven and my dad was fifteen and I used to be very active until I was the age of four and half what I got so sick which took six months to take away my eye sight and I add got blind that's when I was five and in if you'll be ended quite so many developing countries at the fog but you're blind would mean that do you have a dark future so that was it is very it's a troubling point for my community for my family unfortunately my grandma who was living in the capital she took me to a place where she has never been to where I have never been to and she left me there and ten months I stayed with one hundred nineteen students from different parts of the country who an old blind how hard was that do you remember that moment if you were left at the school I remember actually it was more top of my grandma because she left the compound crying and imagine having a blind child who cannot see what is in front of her and that that must be very difficult for me I think it was okay the first is because they give me nice stories and nice biscuits but it like you know up to two weeks three weeks I got it so difficult but I was not seeing my sister as I was not seeing my friends but that didn't stop me and I believe that talents are there to make us more stronger so had I not been blind I would have not been allowed to come to the city had I not been coming to the CD then I would have not got education and all that the push from the Ulster Molly Justin my grandma which really brought me to become who I am today to really make sure that the next generation has a better inclusive life where they don't have to be questioned so many times because you cannot see can you work because you cannot see can you marry because you cannot say can you be educated you don't have that you confounded expectations here at college studying law before that it was considered okay for blind men to do it not blind women and then you got married and he went back to your village what was the response you both coming back as someone who was educated Iran's had married and married well that's where that paradox is because for a blind person to come from that that kind of that community is mostly considered as a dependent and burden but I was black as it celebrates E. then that's completely change the narratives I know see quite a lot of parents in that community believing in the education of their blind children and they've never hide those children in the village because they just make me as I don't want it and say that come on you see her not only in my village but the whole Ethiopia but they see you know her she did this she is famous internationally I am known for one I can do now I'm never known for I could not do you was sent away hundreds of kilometers to school I know that this is parts of the change that you want to see in your new role as one of the global leaders nominated by the World Economic Forum he wants children not to have to be sent away about fall and to be educated locally it's not realistic to think that it's realistic for true then without the disability is then there is no reason that it should do to be unrealistic for children with disabilities it's about how we construct the world I think you know people ask me to kind of work on a business gives why children with disabilities have to be included I think that's ever own calculations rather it's those excluding up does who should come with a business gives us why they shouldn't do it because the norm should be that all children regardless of whether they have a disability whether their goals whether they're coming from but if you G. my ground ball ground what if their education is a human right and should be served at two quarters there is no reason that children with disabilities have to be kept away because we should believe in bringing services to where the communities ought xoxo the he's the recipient of a is a name is it not bash the goose here who's a lawyer in disability rights ought to be speaking to a colder climate Bonnell curtain Mundra tell stories Joe Biden is strengthened his position as front runner for the U. S. democratic party's presidential nomination of the nation's primary elections here in Britain the government minister has tested positive the crying of virus said days after attending a reception hosted by the British prime minister cardinal George Pell the most senior Roman Catholic to be found guilty of child sex abuse images Ted has become the final appeal against his conviction Australia and also in Ghana and the president that has banned foreign travel for all government workers Hey it's thirteen minutes to six o'clock am calm Harsin has the latest sports news thanks so much I think morning Kenya has confirmed that all of the country's athletes of bond from traveling abroad for international events they will be able to take part in any races for the next month or so born after the B. B. C.'s Lynn which here in Nairobi the whole world is focused on curbing the spread of the corona virus in the sports sector continues to take heat in ten of the sports ministry has banned all sportsmen and women from traveling outside the country to take part in international sports events how does he to begin then athletes preparing to take part in various spring models that have not been canceled across Europe the bond is also largely affect the national Olympic committee of Kenya as they will not be able to.
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"News and the New York conversation live from NPR news in Culver city California nine to Wayne brown the Dutch government has accepted partial liability for the deaths of three hundred fifty Muslims massacred by Bosnian Serb forces in nineteen ninety five NPR Sylvia Jolie tells us you and peacekeepers expel the men from their base despite knowing they risk being killed the ruling was the latest in a long battle waged by relatives of the victims known as the mothers of Srebrenica the three hundred and fifty men were among thousands of Srebrenica area Muslims who had taken shelter at the Dutch peacekeepers based when it was over run by Bosnian Serb forces commanded by general Ratko Mladic luggage has been convicted by the U. when war crimes tribunal of genocide for masterminding the massacre of some eight thousand men and boys the claimants are likely to get only a few thousand euros in compensation but the ruling could set an international legal precedent for states liability when their troops take part in peacekeeping missions so people goalie NPR news as people in dozens of states and cities across the country continue to roast under record breaking summer temperatures utility officials in New York City vowing to avoid a repeat of last weekend's massive power outage that left millions of people without power or air conditioning last Saturday con Edison president Tim Kelly says they'll be ready this time around we have four thousand women and men out there in the streets working on underground cables overhead wires substation equipment transmission lines are both monitoring that equipment and should events occur jumping on it so that we can minimize any impact for customers he says the city's electrical system this weekend will be tested with temperatures expected to break one hundred degrees in New York City meanwhile buildings are being offered as cooling centers and residents are being asked to check on family as well as neighbors you're listening to NPR and news and this is WNYC in New York on Jamie Floyd house Democrats are now responding to W. N. Y. C.'s revelations that the tech company Palin tear is helping ice with workplace raids broken representative event to Clark joined other leaders to call on the company to consider its ethical obligations in light of the industry's diversity I find it ironic that specially because so many immigrants work in Silicon Valley many of those companies were founded by immigrants you know quite frankly we got a for profit motives aside and do what is right by the American society official said ice attempted at least eighty arrests last week.
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"The kind of funeral that he wanted which has president I had to approve. I don't care about this. I didn't get thank you. That's okay. We sent him on the way. But I wasn't a fan of John McCain. So now what we could say is now we're all set. I don't think I have to answer that question. But the press keeps what do you think of McCain? What do you think not my kind of guy, but some people like him, and I think that's great. In fact, McCain's family made clear that Trump was not welcome during the week long cross country ceremonies at the center at planned for himself. Instead McCain invited former presidents, George W Bush defeated McCain during the two thousand GOP nomination fight and Barack Obama who defeated him in two thousand eight to deliver eulogies on the value of pursuing goals, greater than oneself. Trump signed off on the military transport of McCain's body. She had to do then went golfing and was uncharacteristically quiet on Twitter during the Washington events. Trump's publicly nursed grudge against McCain is not appeared to alienate most of his core. Supporters some of whom had soured on the Senator by the time of his death where this Republican lawmakers until now I've stayed subdued or silent through though, Trump's sometimes infuriated them with his comments on their late colleague Republican Senator John Isaacson, Georgia said, not only the McCain family, but the nation deserves better than Trump's disparagement saying today, I don't care if he's president of the United States owns all the real estate in New York or as building the greatest immigration system in the world. As a spokes to the bullwork, a conservative, news and opinion website later as called Trump's remarks deplorable Trump has said for years. He doesn't think McCain is a hero because the Senator was captured in Vietnam McCain was captured and tortured and held prisoner for more than five years. Trump never served in the military and obtained a series of deferments to avoid going to Vietnam quitting one attained with they doctors letter stating that he suffered from bone Spurs in his feet. President Trump said that he believes a special counsel Robert Muller's report should be released to the public even as he called its very existence. Ridiculous Muller is expected to present a report to the Justice department any day now out loud, outlining the findings of his nearly two year investigation into possible collusion between the. Trump campaigns officials and Russia and the two thousand sixteen election and possible obstruction of Justice by Trump Trump said today, quote, let it come out a let people see it. Let's see whether or not it's legit, unquote. British Prime Minister Theresa may called for an extension of the deadline for the UK to leave the European Union today inner address to the nation digital as to allow more time to get parliament on board with her Brexit agreement with the EU parliament has twice rejected her plan so far parliament has done everything possible to avoid making a choice motion after motion and amendment after amendment has been tabled without parliament ever, deciding what it wants all MP's would be willing to say is what they do. Not want may ask the EU today to postpone the UK's departure until June thirtieth. She says she will not allow a much longer delay while she is leading the British government. The leaders of the remaining member countries could consider her request that a summit in Brussels. Tomorrow. They must approve the request for a delay European Commission. President Donald tusk said today that a short extension is possible on the condition that parliament approves the existing Brexit deal. Reporter Ali Barrett has more from London. What Theresa May is effectively saying here is she wants to still get her Brexit deal agreed with Brussels through the house of Commons at some point in the coming weeks, and to do that she needs a brief delay from the European Union to get it agreed here in London. So that then the legislation can move through the houses of parliament will the is can be dotted and the t's can be crossed in time for Britain to leave the European Union. That would not be possible. Clearly now by March the twenty nine. Barrett. London. United Nations of peels. Judges upheld the convictions of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic for genocide war crimes and crimes against humanity. The court increased his sentence from forty years to life imprisonment saying the original sentence was unreasonably light regarding his crimes. Consider a sentence of forty years imposed by the trial chamber, underestimates, the extraordinary gravity of conscientious responsibility. Ashes integral participation in the most egregious of crimes. Committed throughout the entire period of conflict in Bosnia. And Herzegovina were noted for their sheer scale systematic cruelty. A cheer went up in the court room at the Hague when the presiding judge read out his ruling the defense lawyer for the seventy three year old former Bosnian Serb strongman said carriage would continue to fight to clear his name. The attorney said carriage felt moral responsibility for crimes in Bosnia during the nineteen nineties, but did not believe he was criminally responsible. Bosnian Serb wartime. Military commander Ratko Mladic is also awaiting an appeal a judgment of his genocide and warcrimes conviction which earned him a life sentence. Here. Listening to the evening news and KPFA Berkeley, KPFK Los Angeles KFC Fresno online at K, P, F A dot org..