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"molly han" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"molly han" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Q. we do a five thirty live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone people have been camped out in front of the U. S. Supreme Court in hopes of getting a seat for today's arguments on the Obama era program known as doc deferred action for childhood arrivals case affects about three quarters of a million people brought to the U. S. illegally as children one had no host is one of them is just basic human decency humanity I think many of these families were seeking a better opportunity many of us especially those that are documented are attending universities are working are giving to social security that which we cannot benefit from and we're just giving to the public sphere and we're not able to read those benefits but we're still providing for the common good president trump who's trying to end the program treated this morning that if the program's overturned by the justices quote a deal will be made with Democrats for them to stay German police say they've detained three alleged supporters of Islamic state NPR's rob Schmitz reports they're being held on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack Frankford prosecutors say one hundred and seventy police officers search three apartments in the nearby city of Offenbach and detained three men the main suspect is a twenty four year old German the Macedonian origin who required materials to manufacture explosives and we're trying to buy firearms online police seize very six posts of substances in devices at the man's apartment the other two suspects are Turkish citizens age twenty one and twenty two NPR's Robert Schmitz reporting from Berlin Dow futures slightly higher this is NPR Afghanistan's president says the three high ranking Taliban militants will be released in an effort to have insurgents free an American and Australian professor they've been held in captivity by the Taliban for over three years and P. R.'s DHEA had deed has more from Islamabad president Ashraf Ghani announced the prisoners would be released in a conditional deal for the American Kevin king and the straight into a few weeks they were kidnapped from the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul in August twenty sixteen honey didn't say the Taliban had agreed to release the two men or when they might be released a Taliban spokesman said that issue a statement honey says the release Taliban men will include honest Connie he's the brother so she did have Connie who's the deputy Taliban leader and he also had the militant Haqqani network a man widely believed to be said I should do and uncle house you Molly Han will also be released do you have date NPR news Islamabad parts of the Sydney Australia suburbs are a blaze as intense wildfires roared across Australia's most populous state of New South Wales they've been three deaths and more than a hundred homes lost in Zimbabwe parks officials say more than two hundred elephants have died since October in a severe drought a mass we location of animals is planned to ease congestion animals including a giraffe buffalo and Powell are also dying officials say and will be no proof meant until rain returns I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news I'm Jeremy Hobson comedian.

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"molly han" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"molly han" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone people have been camped out in front of the U. S. Supreme Court in hopes of getting a seat for today's arguments on the Obama era program known as doc deferred action for childhood arrivals that case affects about three quarters of a million people brought to the U. S. illegally as children one had no host is one of them is just basic human decency humanity I think many of these families were seeking a better opportunity many of us especially those that are documented are attending universities are working are giving to social security that which we cannot benefit from and we're just giving to the public sphere and we're not able to read those benefits but we're still providing for the common good president trump who's trying to end the program tweeted this morning that if the program's overturned by the justices quote a deal will be made with Democrats for them to stay German police say they've detained three alleged supporters of Islamic state NPR's Robert Schmitz reports they're being held on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack Frankford prosecutors say one hundred and seventy police officers search three apartments in the nearby city of Offenbach and detained three men the main suspect is a twenty four year old German the Macedonian origin who required materials to manufacture explosives and we tried to buy firearms online police seize very six posts of substances in devices at the man's apartment the other two suspects are Turkish citizens age twenty one and twenty two NPR's Robert Schmitz reporting from Berlin Dow futures slightly higher this is NPR Afghanistan's president says that three high ranking Taliban militants will be released in an effort to have insurgents free an American and Australian professor they've been held in captivity by the Taliban for over three years and P. R.'s DHEA deed has more from Islamabad president usher funny announced the prisoners would be released in a conditional deal for the American Kevin king and the straight into the weeks they were kidnapped from the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul in August twenty sixteen honey didn't say the Taliban had agreed to release the two men or when they might be released a Taliban spokesman said that issue a statement honey says the release Taliban men will include honest Connie he's the brother said I should Dan how Connie who's the deputy Taliban leader and he also had the militant Haqqani network a man widely believed to be said I should do and uncle has you Molly Han will also be released D. had date NPR news Islamabad parts of the Sydney Australia suburbs are a blaze as intense wildfires roared across Australia's most populous state of New South Wales they've been three deaths and more than a hundred homes lost in Zimbabwe parks officials say more than two hundred elephants have died since October in a severe drought a mass relocation of animals is planned to ease congestion animals including a giraffe buffalo in Palo are also dying officials say and will be known prove meant until rain returns I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news and on this Tuesday morning you are listening to KCRW on cherry glaze are good to have you here Wall some challenges if you're trying to make your way out of the Santa Clarita valley into the San Fernando Valley this morning starting out in Santa Clarita southbound.

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