18 Burst results for "Mordovia"

"mordovia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:45 min | 4 months ago

"mordovia" Discussed on WTOP

"Yet of the cause of the blast. But there are reports that explosives were stored in the warehouse where the two blasts occurred so that there may have been caused by a fire at the scene or an explosive device. And there are no forensics yet to determine the cause. More than 60 people have died more than 3000 injured in the explosion. The blast flatten much of the city's port, damaging buildings across the capital and sending a giant mushroom cloud in the sky. The explosion was heard and felt as far away as Cyprus across the Mediterranean. W. T O P told you yesterday that former U. S Marine Paul Wheelan had disappeared from his cell in Moscow. We've now learned what happened to him. Paul Willens family and other sources confirmed to W. T O P. He arrived in the Republic of Mordovia on Saturday, August 1st, it can take prisoners weeks to reach that camp on the prison train. So despite reports he was last seen in Lefortovo last Wednesday, he may have left. Long before that, you'll likely be quarantined for three weeks, then moved to his permanent camp, where he will begin serving a 16 years sentence for espionage conviction his family and the state Department say was the result of an unfair trial. E J. Green. W T O P. NEWS the Pentagon says the amphibious assault vehicle of a group of Marines who went missing on a training exercise has been located in deep water more from CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey. The Marine Corps says it's positively identified the vehicle that sunk July 30th and water off the coast of Southern California's San Clemente island. Human remains were also located at the underwater site. As recovery efforts begin. Seven Marines and one sailor were presumed dead. It's not often the D C region is in the path of a tropical storm, but it seems some of the worst of the major storms that have hit around here have one thing in common. Our region seems to attract the Named storms Lately. Zaius is just the latest. The last hurricane to directly impact the region was Irene back in 2011. Before that, in 2000 for the remnants of Hurricane Ivan spawned more than three dozen tornadoes in Maryland and Virginia, the largest outbreak ever in the Commonwealth, and in 2003 Hurricane Isabel meteorologist Chris Strong with the National Weather Service, and Sterling says Isabel was the deadliest, costliest and most intense hurricane in that Atlantic hurricane season. It's Avery. Stating track for Storm's coming at us directly rather than something that's coming more up the coast and Isabelle was just massive mouth of tile, flooding and trees down, knocking power out many many people ran in Millman. W T O P News AH software giant continues its pledge to help save the environment. Microsoft intends to become zero waste and its direct operations products and packaging by 2030. As part of its zero ways gold. The company will set up what it's calling circular centers to allow Microsoft to reuse. Or recycle 90% of its waste on site instead of sending it to third party recyclers, one of the larger items that will be recycled in house or the servers used in its data centers. The company also valves to eliminate waste from its own manufacturing process. Microsoft zero Waste goal is the third part of its environmental sustainability initiative launched earlier this year, focusing on carbon water, ecosystems and waste. Hillary Barsky Fox News Stay Well, this in just a moment, we're going to check up on the Washington national See how they're doing. Against the Mets. It's 8 44 in their 40 years in business. Thompson Creek Window Company has seen the problems homeowners have when a window dealer disappears our fables to support the products they've installed. They have a better solution..

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"mordovia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:25 min | 4 months ago

"mordovia" Discussed on WTOP

"An eight a Hub zone, an STV USB company. 5 35 An explosion has shaken Lebanon's capital of Beirut, causing widespread damage and sending a thick cloud of smoke over the city centre. At least 60 people are dead. More than 3000 injured. Buildings collapsed and windows were shattered several miles away. CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand reports the White House is keeping an eye on White House aide Tweeted President Trump has been briefed, and the State Department says it's working closely with local authorities to determine if any U. S citizens were injured in the blast, breaking as I came out, and we're tracking it closely and just rest assured that we're taking a very good look at that Theo explosions widespread destruction comes at a tough time for Lebanon. Country has seen massive protests Duda political tension and is also in the middle of an economic crisis. Reports say The explosion may have been caused by sodium nitrate that was confiscated from a ship some time ago in stored at the port, Their roots governor broke into tears when he toward the site. In other news, where is former U. S Marine Paul Wheelan? We told you yesterday he disappeared after being convicted on espionage charges in Moscow. Now W T. O P has learned he's been secretly sent to a labor camp far from Russia's capital State Department said late Monday afternoon. They'd heard reports he'd been moved but were not given Official notification. A source familiar with Wayland case told with you t o p he'd been sent to Mordovia. Which is more than 2000 miles from Moscow in the central part of the country this morning, his family confirmed through the British Embassy. He's been sent there. A former U. S official says he was likely sent there to isolate him. He's expected to serve a 16 year sentence, but his family worries health conditions will make that very hard and are essentially begging the U. S government to step in and bring him home. CJ Green W T O P News Up Next I was secure. Will your vote being the upcoming presidential election? Congress wants to know I'm Mitchell Miller today until 5 37 You can't use your time share their closing the resort's canceling reservations and preventing owners from booking new reservations. Meanwhile, you're forced to keeping maintenance, mortgage and assessment fees and forget about even getting there to begin with. Does your timeshare company care off? Course not. They're taking advantage of you. It's not right. And.

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"mordovia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 4 months ago

"mordovia" Discussed on WTOP

"We could be losing up to 1/4 of our revenue for the next year, which would force Mass layoffs and large property tax increases. Universities nationwide are economic engines for their communities, with METI now left reeling. That's correspondent Nancy Chin. Where is former U. S Marine Paul Wheelan? We told you yesterday he disappeared after being convicted on espionage charges by a court in Moscow. Now, W T. O P has learnt well and has been secretly sent to a labor camp far from the Russian capital. The State Department said late Monday afternoon. They'd heard reports he'd been moved but were not given. Official notification. A source familiar with Wayland Case told with you t o p he'd been sent to Mordovia, which is more than 2000 miles from Moscow in the central part of the country this morning, his family confirmed through the British Embassy. He's been sent there. A former U. S official says he was likely sent there to isolate him. He's expected to serve a 16 year sentence, but his family worries health conditions will make that very hard and are essentially begging the U. S government to step in and bring him home. TJ Green. W T O P. NEWS. There's a bit of an uproar on social media over President Trump's refusal to acknowledge the contributions of Lake Civil rights leader and Congressman John Lewis on Twitter. The outrages tangible the president asked how history will remember John Lewis responds. I really don't know. He chose not to come to my inauguration. Republicans for Joe Biden tweeted. This is what a narcissistic sociopath sounds like anti racist activist Tim Wise tweeted. Anyone who would still vote for this man is an absolute monster Active is actress Mia Farrow calls the president a small petty person. Alison Keys. CBS News When a major sewer line carries wastewater flow from three counties, you can imagine the logistical challenge to replace even a small part of it. But plans are in the work to do. Creating the line will involve either a temporary or permanent diversion of a massive sewer line running along the historic Potomac Heritage Trail, the 600 foot segment being replaced in some sponsors tall enough to stand up and into 65 feet underground..

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Science Movie Club: 'Twister'

Short Wave

08:22 min | 8 months ago

Science Movie Club: 'Twister'

"Alley. Burgos still remembers the first time she saw it. I mean we all do as about in fourth grade. It was maybe around midnight. Probably not that late because my parents probably wouldn't let me step that lay but Curtains drawn. I was knitting and I happened to come across admitted I happened to come across this movie on. Tv is just flipping channels. You know and I saw a tornado so I started watching it and I was just mesmerized. I remember my dad coming down and like yelling at me to go to bed. I was like just just wait. One more minute like I need to keep watching this Which she did and she saw the defining weather film of Nineteen Ninety. Six a movie. I love to hate twister starring Bill Paxton and Helen Hunt in the movie chase down tornadoes trying to find a way to study them up close and personal and eventually they end up finding each other like it is such a good kind of bad movie. Yeah absolutely it's one of those things that you just watch like. Oh it's so good but so bad at the same time. So today. Our first shortwave. Movie Club we're talking one of my personal favorites twister with Alli Burgos meteorologist in analyst for the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration. I- Madison via shortwave. The daily science podcast from NPR. Alright here's the plan. I'm GonNa talk about some scenes in the movie alleys going to tell us about the science. Here we go in pretty much any scene with a tornado. It makes the sound. It's so ridiculous because tornadoes don't sound like roaring lion. I'm pretty darn sure. I think when I was reading a little bit about the movie they really want to make the Tornados. Seem like you know. A person are like this thing with like character and soul and generally tornadoes actually sound more like this constant low rumble sound or more like a rushing train. All right all right next up something. They got Kinda right the whole movie. Scientists are trying to get this instrument called Dorothy into the path of a tornado. We put her up inside a tornado. So they don't get sucked up in send out readings from the inside radio back information about the internal structure wind velocities flow a symmetry. We learn more than thirty six and they have in the past thirty years profile. The tornado for the first time the cool thing is is that these instruments are real. Scientists actually tried a version of this in the eighties sprite. Yeah so they modeled Dorothy after a real instrument called toto from wizard of Oz. The little dog toto. That's why they named it. And so the basic idea was to put that in the path of a tornado and had I could measure temperature and pressure and winds because what they really needed was to be able to get measurements real time so they only had things from radar doppler. So that's all from faraway measuring all those things and they tried it a couple of times in. It's really dangerous. As as the movie shows of trying to put something into our tornadoes half but now they actually have a new program that Noah is starting to fund called Torres and this is taking really small weather balloons and putting instruments on that and flying them up in Tornado. Okay so the balloon kind of takes that instrument package with it versus having to put a big clunky metal thing right in the power. So we've come a long way from like dropping something off a pickup truck into the center of the Tornado so cool so so the instrumentation while it wasn't like trying to measure exactly the same things was actually based off of a real experiment yet. They exact concept behind it was was the same so the last big scene of the movie is perhaps in. This is saying the. Let's be honest. It's the best season so the main characters are trying to get as close to an f five tornado. Great idea as they possibly can. And they deliver this device into the tornado and they kind of like get stuck on this farm. They're trying to run away from the Tornado at the same time report. You couldn't do in real life. Okay okay this is good because this is going to ask you about. But they basically find their way into this tiny shed Phil. Paxton is like it's fine. We're going to tether ourselves to this pipe. That goes really deep in the ground. Do with these two leather straps and then f five tornado rolls over the shed. Horrifically over the rips. The shed out of the ground. They're like being pulled up into the center of the tornadoes. One it is the most fun scene of the movie. You feel like you're inside of that Tornado with them. You see lightning bolts going on. There are multiple mini tornadoes within the big tornado. Within the tornado passes and they're totally fine her fine. Yes the biggest issue with that scene. Is that if you did have supposedly an F five tornado which you wouldn't be able to tell just looking at it is that all of the debris flying on around them would most likely kill them an f five tornado has wins upwards of three hundred miles an hour so even if you have a small small screwdriver for example of rats flying at that speed hits you you're gone and if you saw in that scene there is a shed and it's like full of like farming equipment ause and they would probably get hit by something like that but it certainly makes it a fun scene so tell me when you're saying you can't tell just by looking at because they're like this is an f. five right yeah so you can actually determine the scale or the intensity of a tornado just by looking at it what scientists have to do is do a damage survey afterwards and see all of the damage that the tornado caused and then from that they can determine the intensity walked has now moved on to the northeast. I've just got Mordovia. That even stronger Hornet is now starting to form twenty five miles from one you know so at at no point. Can you predict that a tornado is going to be at five before it happened? Correct to do the damage report. And you say okay based on this system this right and they were just going by you. Know bigger means stronger more violent. And that's not always the case you can actually have tornadoes that are look pretty small but that are very very violent. Okay all right so we have hated on twister a little bit by now but I feel like a lot of times in science movies. Scientists seem like pretty buttoned up lay definitely predominantly male. Which they still are in this movie. But you know. The lead researcher in this movie is woman. She's got a personal stake in her science. She's really passionate about helping people in that kind of stuck with me for sure. Yeah I think that stuck with a lot of people and I think a lot of people don't realize that there are tons and tons of researchers out in the field and so it's really cool just seeing people like down getting their hands dirty and really putting their heart and soul especially into something that is so important to help people and you told me that. This movie played a big role in your life to. Oh definitely I was one of those weird kids that watch the weather channel. Every morning waking up from school normal kid and so- twister definitely kind of showed me that there's another side of science besides just being a TV broadcasting like you can go out and research these things and going to college to study meteorology. My parents actually bought me that movie as a parting gift on DVD. It's fair to say that this movie inspired you in some way to go into your. Oh definitely and I think it inspired a lot of people to I know all of my meteorology friends speak very fondly of this movie when they were kids.

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"mordovia" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"mordovia" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Iskoe scored for Spain's a level things with Morocco while and saransk Ricardo charisma had that incredible strike for Portugal and had them narrowly in front of Iran heading into the each of these Nashes eightieth minutes, Portugal, were top of the group Spain sat in second. Then things happened eighty first minute in Kaliningrad Morocco scores and Spain's hopes of going through no longer rest in their own hands. I quit. This. Spain right around the same time as that far is taking a look at whether or not Cristiano Renaldo should receive a red card for the blow for blow to the face of Morteza poorly Gandhi after a long delay. The ref shows just a yellow. Then in the eighty, ninth minute Cedric source appears to handle the ball in the box. The ref didn't see it, but var- intervenes and the men. They have a look while the review is taking place at the Mordovia arena. Iago aspects crucially does this for Spain. Is it. That's right. The flag goes up, so no goal for Spain. This roller coaster of emotion continues or maybe not far intervenes once again. So now both matches are simultaneously in the midst of critical replay reviews that could have massive impacts in both arenas. Then the referee emerges in Kaliningrad asked passes, ruled on side. The goal counts, Spain, or once again, safe, almost simultaneously the referees in the other game and grants the penalty to Iran, they score to go level with Portugal. So with several minutes of stoppage time still to play one more goal for Iran would knock Portugal out or if Morocco could get another. It could be Spain who are on the fence deep into stop time. That chance falls to Iran's medi to Ramey, but he can only find the side-netting Portugal have never been able to relax tonight. It's on house moon, unfortunately, look at trouble again, is this the moment? Patricia. Patricia. And finally the whistles blow in both venues this breathless sprint to the finish ends with Spain, winning the group Portugal, finishing second Iran, just outside. And third, it was about as gripping of a twenty minute period that I think this sport or any sport could provide. And like I told you, it brought everybody together, whether you could name every guy on the field, whether you can name not a single guy on the field of both games. Everyone was invested, everyone was engaged. It was really, it was. It was a truly fun. Thrilling moment to watch those games play out simultaneously in a group that we thought would have been easily wound up at that point until Raimi's. Miss. Yeah. Oh, the ball just fell to him. I took like a weird. It was a long ball, awkward header. Next thing, you know, it's right there form. He's gotta hit the target. Yeah. Yep. He saw the bright lights and just shanked could have been at. So there you go. How about this? Your disappointment of the tournament. If if I'm going gonna pick Brazil right on the eve of the tournament to win the whole thing on for them to be that disappointing and I don't care that the got to the quarter final, which is acceptable for most countries they weren't. They never really got going. If you look at their group play the first game, the draw with Switzerland that a twenty minute period at the start were were all blown away, and then they stopped. And then I suppose afterwards the Costa Rica game, they didn't score two goals till till stop stoppage-time Serbian game. If it wasn't for a crazy bit of defending and I suppose, look, they won't it. But they never convinced they even had their moments where they were lackadaisical against Mexico, they, they just weren't good an unin- name. They had to go who was half it going into tournament and who didn't bring the attitude that was going to be needed on that all just went to bit flat for them and known of the things I expected from this president team happened. They were just sold as appointing the idea from qualification when you think of their qualification. I, I always go back to that performance in November, sixteen against Argentina, where they rip them apart. And I was one of the people to save Brazil are back well, they weren't. We thought they were. I mean, they came into the tournament as lead favorites for a reason but not wrong. I think it no one was wrong that was just sold as pointing..

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"mordovia" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"mordovia" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Iskoe scored for Spain's a level things with Morocco while and saransk Ricardo charisma had that incredible strike for Portugal and had them narrowly in front of Iran heading into the each of these Nashes eightieth minutes, Portugal, were top of the group Spain sat in second. Then things happened eighty first minute in Kaliningrad Morocco scores and Spain's hopes of going through no longer rest in their own hands. I quit. This. Spain right around the same time as that far is taking a look at whether or not Cristiano Renaldo should receive a red card for the blow for blow to the face of Morteza poorly Gandhi after a long delay. The ref shows just a yellow. Then in the eighty, ninth minute Cedric source appears to handle the ball in the box. The ref didn't see it, but var- intervenes and the men. They have a look while the review is taking place at the Mordovia arena. Iago aspects crucially does this for Spain. Is it. That's right. The flag goes up, so no goal for Spain. This roller coaster of emotion continues or maybe not far intervenes once again. So now both matches are simultaneously in the midst of critical replay reviews that could have massive impacts in both arenas. Then the referee emerges in Kaliningrad asked passes, ruled on side. The goal counts, Spain, or once again, safe, almost simultaneously the referees in the other game and grants the penalty to Iran, they score to go level with Portugal. So with several minutes of stoppage time still to play one more goal for Iran would knock Portugal out or if Morocco could get another. It could be Spain who are on the fence deep into stop time. That chance falls to Iran's medi to Ramey, but he can only find the side-netting Portugal have never been able to relax tonight. It's on house moon, unfortunately, look at trouble again, is this the moment? Patricia. Patricia. And finally the whistles blow in both venues this breathless sprint to the finish ends with Spain, winning the group Portugal, finishing second Iran, just outside. And third, it was about as gripping of a twenty minute period that I think this sport or any sport could provide. And like I told you, it brought everybody together, whether you could name every guy on the field, whether you can name not a single guy on the field of both games. Everyone was invested, everyone was engaged. It was really, it was. It was a truly fun. Thrilling moment to watch those games play out simultaneously in a group that we thought would have been easily wound up at that point until Raimi's. Miss. Yeah. Oh, the ball just fell to him. I took like a weird. It was a long ball, awkward header. Next thing, you know, it's right there form. He's gotta hit the target. Yeah. Yep. He saw the bright lights and just shanked could have been at. So there you go. How about this? Your disappointment of the tournament. If if I'm going gonna pick Brazil right on the eve of the tournament to win the whole thing on for them to be that disappointing and I don't care that the got to the quarter final, which is acceptable for most countries they weren't. They never really got going. If you look at their group play the first game, the draw with Switzerland that a twenty minute period at the start were were all blown away, and then they stopped. And then I suppose afterwards the Costa Rica game, they didn't score two goals till till stop stoppage-time Serbian game. If it wasn't for a crazy bit of defending and I suppose, look, they won't it. But they never convinced they even had their moments where they were lackadaisical against Mexico, they, they just weren't good an unin- name. They had to go who was half it going into tournament and who didn't bring the attitude that was going to be needed on that all just went to bit flat for them and known of the things I expected from this president team happened. They were just sold as appointing the idea from qualification when you think of their qualification. I, I always go back to that performance in November, sixteen against Argentina, where they rip them apart. And I was one of the people to save Brazil are back well, they weren't. We thought they were. I mean, they came into the tournament as lead favorites for a reason but not wrong. I think it no one was wrong that was just sold as pointing..

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"mordovia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"mordovia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Friends and family of honda's however believes she was targeted at the protests that day because of her activism and undocumented status as we mentioned these kinds of claims are getting more and more common so far most claims of ice targeting activists haven't been proven but in at least one case ice more or less admitted it in december of two thousand seventeen muddle mordovia bundle and activists in seattle received a notice from ice ordering her to appear an immigration court ice later released an internal report in which they stated that motto had come to their attention because of an online article where she talked about being an undocumented activist the report notes her quote extensive involvement with anti ice protests and latino advocacy programs part of the story has been isis retaliating against organizer's hasn't there gonzales is the field director for me hendaye she's the activists who locked her neck to the van window in arizona hasn't the says the political climate is different now for organizing around undocumented rights because ice in her words is going rogue or not operating an easy times and we are operating in a time where you know is has a lot of power over people's lives i reached out to ice for comment around the allegations that activists are being targeted there is was that ice does not target undocumented immigrants quote based on advocacy positions they hold or in retaliation for critical comments they make but they will quote continue to target criminal aliens whenever and however they come to our.

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"mordovia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"mordovia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm a big fan of him and i know he's a good player the best player in the world what iran is my country my country is in my heart oh having fun in mordovia i'm not sure i ever expected to deliver that line twenty six minutes past the hour is time for the business news now and rob young is here talking about uber rarely out of the the news the row ride hailing app it's going to court here in london to try to keep its license in london which she's one of its most important markets so rob's here what do we need to know about the background to this this court will decide this week whether uber is fit and proper to hold a cab license in london that is because the city's transport authority refused to renew it's license last september on the grounds of public safety and security because it wasn't happy about the way the company carried out background checks on drivers and also how uber reported crimes this is an incredibly important case london is the biggest market outside of the united states it has a three point six million people who regularly use it's app in law london forty five thousand drivers and if it doesn't get the license renewed in london now be an awful lot of unhappy drivers and customers but also i'm it will be a big blow to the company in terms of revenue and raises the prospect that other cities were either is equally as controversial may decide the also want to kick it out as well we'll uber's case of they defend themselves well last september they said that the decision not truly the license showed that london was closed to innovative companies they have since changed their tack had cited to be rather more charm than offensive answer made various changes since then so they now report crimes directly to the police the drivers have got to have a valid taxi license for the areas where they drive and working hours of being more tightly regulated as well but traditional taxi drivers are those who drive london's conic black cab say the uber is still not playing by the rules it is not a level playing field but tony travers a professor at the london school of economic says that if you but does lose it wouldn't only affect the company it would change it enormously i mean for starts many i think for younger travelers now use a mixture of walking cycling and uber in a way that's quite different to the past and it's not unique to london and i think that if you were withdrawn for many people would remove point to point travel it would make their lives significantly more difficult professor tiny travis there for the school of economics it is of course not just london whatever has had various troubles it has an other british cities the restrictions imposed in various countries as remember it was banned from new delhi a few years ago this is a company which is disrupting the cab market in many many cities that is the reason it is so controversial many thanks indeed rob young with the business has been new state with shaima and team live in mexico city this lawrence in london saint join us again tomorrow byebye distribution of the bbc world service in the united states is made possible by american public media producer.

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"mordovia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"mordovia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The authorities let women watch the country's game against spain on a big screen in the main stadium in tehran the next game is against portugal with both sides still chasing a place in the knockout stage it takes place in saransk and the girls can go and sit down and mingle saransk is the capital of mordovia and it was one of the most surprising host cities to be picked as our sports news correspondent alex capstick reports stake i'm in the central square in ceramics next to the church is saint john the theologian it's the main landmark here not that many tourists come and visit this this is the smallest of all the world cup high cities even russians were perplexed when ceramics was chosen they don't have top flight football team but they do now have a gleaming new forty five thousand seater stadium but why i'm nicole skin i'm of local organizing committee for the world cup in saransk why did you want to bring the world cup to ceramics which is such a small city compared to everywhere else that's hosting matches the easton but i was born in san francisco i grew up in saransk and of course this is a huge owner and pride that we got the right to host the world cup entry guarding the size it doesn't matter because our city is very comfortable cozy and guest friendly end at least ninety percent of the population of our city of our republic support the idea of hosting a world cup.

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"mordovia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"mordovia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On january tenth twenty eighteen she went to a rally protesting deportations and a department of homeland security building located in richmond virginia she thought it would be a peaceful one resistance against institutional white supremacy that we see today in the white house the protests was outside of the building alejandro was with her friends and fellow organizers who said that a dhs officer started to get aggravated about the protest and confronted the crowd he said that the police would becoming and they would from their asked us to leave and say that if we don't leave it would be trespassing that's nelson dolores lopez he's a friend of alejandro and was with her the day she was protesting he says that the dhs officer picked leandra out of the crowd he specifically pointed to ally and started approaching her and said that she was she was under arrest and he's just like pushing people aside trying to get to her until he grabs her and then arrest her and she's the only person arrested to a d h s spokesperson joss why arrested alejandra but they referred me to local police on the scene even though it was a d h s officer who made the arrest police told me alejandra was arrested for obstructing justice and trespassing i followed up multiple times with them to ask why only alejandra was arrested and they have not responded friends and family of alejandra does however believe she was targeted at the protests that day because of her activism and undocumented status as we mentioned these kinds of claims are getting more and more common so far most claims of ice targeting activists haven't been proven but in at least one case is more or less admitted it in december of two thousand seventeen madhu mordovia bundle and activists in seattle received a notice from ice ordering her to appear an immigration court ice later released an internal report in which they stated that motto had come to their attention because of an online article where she talked about being an undocumented activist the report notes her quote extensive involvement with anti ice protests and latino advocacy programs part of the story has been isis retaliating against organizers hasn't guns alice is the field director for me hendaye she's the activists who locked her neck to the van window in arizona hasn't the says the political climate is different now for organizing around undocumented rights because ice in her words is going rogue or not operating an easy times and we are operating in a time where you know is has a lot of power over people's lives i reached out to ice for comment around the allegations that activists are being targeted there is was that ice does not target undocumented immigrants quote based on advocacy positions they hold or in retaliation for critical comments they make but they will quote continue to target criminal aliens whenever and however they come to our attention.

"mordovia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mordovia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World here's dan schwartzman thanks doug andy murray's return to competitive tennis after sitting out close to you at the hip injury ends quickly with a first round loss victorious in three sets at the fever tree championships in london japan windsor world cup opener two to one over columbia as you sucker scored the winner on a heterogenous seventy three minute mark at mordovia arena columbia suffers the tournaments i read cardis carlos sanchez was sent off three minutes into the match after a handball meanwhile hostcountry rusher improves the two zero with a three two one win over egypt in saint petersburg egypt did get back mohammed salah scored on a penalty the seventy third minute finally senegal gets passed poland two to one on a controversial goal as the african side was allowed to bring back a player from the sidelines in the middle of a play neymars left a training session from brazil after just fifteen minutes with a right ankle injury apparently suffered in sunday's one all trauma switzerland and not broken foot suffered back in february brazil's second match will be friday against costa rica arsenal midfielder jack wilshere says you'll leave the only club he has known since nine years old at the end of june when his contract officially expires due his playing time being reduced by new boston i am marie oklahoma rewarding head football coach lincoln riley for the five year twenty five million dollar contract through the two thousand twenty three season riley's first season at oklahoma the sooners won the big twelve conference before losing in the college football playoffs to georgia in double overtime at the rose bowl i'm dan schwartzman that's your bloomberg nbc world sports update global news twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com the bloomberg business app tick tock on twitter this is a bloomberg business flash everybody seventeen minutes past.

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"mordovia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"mordovia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"More than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg brian thanks very much let's get to sport dan schwartzman is here russia continues to dominate the world cup yeah they do brian unbelievable host country russia improving to to know so far three two one win over egypt in saint petersburg egypt though does get back mohammed salah who scores on a penalty in the seventy third minute meanwhile japan wins their world cup opener to to one over columbia asakusa scoring the winner on a header the seventy three minute marquette mordovia arena columbia suffers a tournaments first red card carlos sanchez sent off three minutes into the match after a handball finally senegal getting past poland two to one on a controversial goal the afghan side allowed to bring back a player from the sidelines to injury in the middle of the plate neymar has left a training session for brazil after just fifteen minutes of the right ankle injury apparently suffered in sunday's one all draw with switzerland and not judas broken foot suffered back in february brazil second groupie match will be friday against costa rica arsenal midfielder jack wilshere says he'll be leaving the only club he has known since he's nine years old at the end of june when his contract official expires this is due just playing time being reduced by new boston i emory wilshire is the youngest governor in history to play a league match he did so at the age of sixteen about that andy murray's return to competitive tennis after sitting out close to a year with a hip injury ending quickly with a first round loss to nick yose in three sets at the fever tree championships in london it's kind of a warm up toward wimbledon which is of course coming up soon major league baseball scoreboard local teams in action the yankees have blown it open now tops six at the stadium yankees five seattle won the mingo her monceau for a one hitter for new york who has hit now three home runs in this game elsewhere bottom of the second inning boston and minnesota so far are scoreless coming up in about ten minutes first pitch the new york mets are at colorado and later on it is going to be the the oakland as they are going to be on the road at san diego san francisco's home for miami oklahoma rewarding head football coach lincoln riley a five year twenty five million dollar contract through the two thousand twenty three season in riley's first season at oklahoma the sooners winning the big twelve conference they also made it to the college football playoffs before losing to georgia in double overtime that being at the rose bowl i'm dan schwartzman that's your bloomberg nbc world sports update all all right thanks very much dan take a look at the six right now we've been trading for about forty minutes send it's doing pretty well up two thirds of one percent of the real lag telecommunications particularly way down by telstra as doug mentioned telstra embarking on some big restructuring eight thousand employees to go that is about a quarter of the workforce as telstra also seeking about two billion dollars in savings create a standalone infrastructure company which will include all data santa's five at copa and undersea cables as well so telstra really feeling the.

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"mordovia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"mordovia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg daybreak asia it's forty five minutes past the hour time for a check of sports from around the world here's dan schwartzman thanks doug japan windsor world cup opener to to one over columbia as you all sucker scored the winner in the seventy three minute mark at mordovia arena lumbia suffers the tournaments first red card has carlos sanchez was sent off three minutes into the match after a handball meanwhile host country russia improves to to anno for the three one win over egypt in saint petersburg egypt get back mohammed salah who scored on a penalty in the seventy third minute finally senegal gets passed poland two to one on a controversial goal as the african side was allowed to bring back a player for the sidelines in the middle of a play arsenal midfielder jack wilshere says you'll leave the only club he has known since nine years old at the end of june his contract officially expires dudas playing time being reduced by new boss marie neymars left a training session from brazil after just fifteen minutes with a right ankle injury apparently suffered in sunday's one all draw with switzerland and not dudas broken foot suffered back in february brazil the second match will be friday against costa rica ab mauri return to competitive tennis after city outpost a year with a hip injury ends quickly with a first round loss nick gilson presets at the fever tree championships in london oklahoma rewarding head football coach lincoln riley with a five year twenty five million dollar contract through the two thousand twenty three season rallies first season at oklahoma the sooners won the big twelve conference before losing in the college football playoffs georgia in double overtime at the rose bowl i'm dan schwartzman metro bloomberg nbc world sports update global news twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com the bloomberg business app and tick tock on twitter this is a bloomberg business flash hi everybody forty seven minutes past.

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"mordovia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"mordovia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Atf were at thirty eight past the hour dan schwartzman's here now we're gonna look at global sports i don't even know what you're focused on right now fill me in dog how about this story neymar leaving a training session for brazil after just fifteen minutes of the right ankle injury apparently suffered in sunday's one all draw switzerland thankfully not due to the broken bones suffered back in february brazil's second groupie match friday against costa rica neymar status yet unknown japan winning their world cup opener to over columbia as you all asaka scores the winner on the header the seventy three minute mark at mordovia arena columbia suffers tournaments first red card is carlos sanchez was sent off three minutes into the match match after a handball meanwhile host country russia improves to two a three two one win over egypt in saint petersburg egypt did get back mohammed salah who scored on a penalty in the seventy third minute finally senegal gets past poland two to one on a controversial goal as the african side was allowed to bring back an injured player from the sidelines in the middle of a play arsenal midfielder jack wilshere says he'll leave the only club he has known since nine years old at the end of june when his contract officially expires dude playing time being reduced by new boss emery wilshire is the youngest governor dever play league match doing so at the age of sixteen andy murray's return to competitive tennis after sitting out close to a year with a hip injury ending quickly with a first round loss to nick ios in three sets at the fever tree championships in london major league baseball scoreboard local teams in action top of the second a yankee stadium yankees and the mariners tied up at one giancarlo stanton with a solo homerun bottom of the second inning baltimore trailing at washington wanted nothing coming up a little bit boston is at minnesota the new york mets on the road at colorado san diego home for the oakland a's and san francisco giants they are hosting the miami marlins oklahoma rewarding head football coach lincoln riley a five year twenty five million dollar contract through the two thousand twenty three season in riley's first season at oklahoma the sooners won the big twelve championship victory conference excuse me before losing in the college football playoffs georgia in double overtime at the rose bowl i'm dan schwartzman that's your bloomberg nbc world sports update all thanks.

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"mordovia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"mordovia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Global news twenty four hours a day on aaron a tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg brian edward oh thank you twenty two minutes here before the top of the hour it's time for global sport dan schwartzman is here looking at the world cup and a big win for japan dan absolutely brian they win their world cup opener two to one over colombia or soccer scoring the winner on the header the seventy three minute mark at mordovia arena columbia suffers the tournaments first red card brian as carlos sanchez was sent off three minutes into the match after a handball meanwhile host country russia continues to dominate they're not to and now after three two one win over egypt in saint petersburg egypt did they'll get back mohammed salah who scored on a penalty in the seventy third minute finally senegal gets passed poll in two to one on a controversial goal as africans i was allowed to bring back an injured player from the sidelines in the middle of a play neymars left a training session for brazil after just fifteen minutes with a right ankle injury apparently suffered in sunday's one all draw with switzerland and not do his broken foot suffered back in february brazil's second group imagine be friday against costa rica in tennis sandy murray's return to competitive tennis after sitting out close to year the hip injury ends quickly for the first round loss the knicks nick gilson three sets at the fever tree championships in london major league baseball scoreboard local teams in action coming up in twenty five minutes first pitch at yankee stadium yankees are hosting the seattle mariners baltimore they are at washington also later on from that you have boston at minnesota colorado is home for the new york mets opened on the road at san diego and san francisco's home for miami oklahoma rewarding head football coach lincoln riley with a five year twenty five million dollar contract through the two thousand twenty three season in riley's first season at oklahoma the sooners won the big twelve conference before losing in the college football playoffs to georgia in double overtime at the rose bowl i'm dan schwartzman that's your bloomberg nbc world sports update reshad thanks very much now it's be able to about trade we have coming up on the program we're going to be visiting of very own bloomberg's jenny leonard trucking events from the perspective of washington trade and more trade this is bloomberg there are only three nor the white rhinos left in the world but together we can turn things around your support to the san diego's global wildlife conservancy helps support groundbreaking solutions join us now at and extinction dot org join bloomberg and top institutional investors in frankfurt this june for the future.

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"mordovia" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"mordovia" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Correct there is an intensification of the detentions and deportations but you are right president obama deported more people than all presidents before him combined and that laid the groundwork for this intensification that we're seeing by trump and now even you see politicians the country's mayors have been threatened by the head of the department of homeland security by kerstin nielsen you could call that nielsen ratings a different kind are did raid ing date threatened mass deportations to mucking about arresting mayors and other public officials who in four sanctuary cities saying they are not going to have their police cooperate with ice agents they're just not going to do it they don't see that is the american way the state of the union coming up on tuesday and i i know you've been interested in some of the organizing efforts to sort of react or oppose the state of the union we know that's very interesting because we've seen the oh me too movement the golden globes the plus ones were a women who had been abused taken by other actresses who had been standing up for women's rights on the state of the union night you have people like nydia velazquez the congress member from new york who will be taking amy gottlieb she's an immigrants rates lawyer her husband is ravi rugby are in detention right now in orange county we may see a motto mordovia palm though from washington state coming as a plus one is well immigrant rights leaders accompanying congress members as congress members dress wrote a letter.

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"mordovia" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"mordovia" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"And i don't like what he stands for blah blah blah's a conservative and then it gets to doug bush was named doug jones in the same column and says wait a minute but this is a guy who's four late term abortions evidently you cures act couldn't vote for yeah poor guy according to my here if whitewater mordovia i i i don't i don't approve i gave doug jones goes hold my wife killed eighty he's he's pro oh yeah wait a minute peace pro life doug jones is pro life after the babies born ready it was not it that's what he said and that's a brave position i'm not in favor of killing babies that were born we'll thank you mr democrat from alabama that's critical real wealth warrior that's gonna be great there are a lot of this is uh anger because the people in alabama uh know flip the pirker mr o'connell run you know what mitch mcconnell yeah yeah and and i knew what john business as usual go ahead yeah the white their offended i mean you've got idiot jeff flake uh he's coughing and popping because of course the guy from arizona with eighteen pretend popularity needs to be lecturing the republicans in alabama on who they felt like for senator this is not as i have eighteen percent come on ugh he that he doesn't have double digit he's the guy worked out in go a little sanctimonious the boy kirsti couvert selectors with us all right indian country it's a it's an all out war for the ruthless red sleep schedule operator kelly turnbull i want to remind people about this great book indian country tell us about your book we'll look i i'm andrew breitbart guyana andrew thick go out in the culture well you know i.

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"mordovia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"mordovia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Scalable fiber network service his and managed clouds solutions scott brown good morning so what is your take on what growth is going to be when the commerce department reports good morning remember we have a relatively bob quarter for consumer spending in the first quarter not that unusual a pretty strong quarterly of that but we were anticipating a a rebound don't look work were prominent we created the quarter and we the pigment retail fail number employment numbers in terms of retail that consumer spending likely you're predicting quarter on a relatively we krahn correct of buchner boat knock of apart after year but on all the average person or together probably get around what are your but not really thin story from but the nba be pretty gird booming quarter partly reflecting the rebound in energy quarry from that to continue marina quite a strong liber mind repair them after a lot of them early in the numbers or together and we'll also get annual benchmark from richer an old another layer of typically the kind of revision don't really grow awad either up or down but more order order there are all duck minute really likely mordovia cra we're the and our next year till you're suggesting the to the everything's relative here we had a tepid start to the year so when we talk about it you know improvement that's not really saying much and if the rest of the economy aside from consumer spending is giving less of a lift is this a pickup unlikely to last well i think it's going to be more of the game i think many economists felt that we were likely to get some form of manila here though hope who curtly faded looking for you make your tax reform very unlikely to happen given the collier to repeal the affordable care act the infrastructure spending gland were waiting ear company not math when to be governed by now um there no more paying running businesses are very optimistic all were still adding job you don't really many fine but the army going to be rolling over any time go back market an equivalent great environment economy expanding not rapidly were the israeli plan and on the gray compared to continue to admit but pretty gradually but if not coming up particularly we continue to grow conerning luca very often environment go we've only got just a couple of seconds or so very.

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