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Fresh update on "moscow" discussed on Hugh Hewitt

Hugh Hewitt

00:37 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "moscow" discussed on Hugh Hewitt

"Members of a far right terror group is now underway in the German city of stood cards being described as potentially one of the most dangerous, far right groups Germany has known in decades. The 11. German men were allegedly planning to set a crowded mosque on fire attack. Green Party politicians on launch terror attacks that would topple the German state 1/12 man is accused of supporting the group. The time he was working for the police on allegedly offered to help buy weapons for the attacks. The plot was first uncovered in 2019 when a member of the group became a police informant. That man is now a key witness and is being kept under close Police protection. It's the BBC's Damian McGinnis. NATO Secretary General John Stoltenberg, voicing unwavering support for Ukraine, warning Moscow not to push its troop build up along Russia's border with the neighboring country. Breaking news and analysis a town hall dot com. Stuck.

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Satellite Images Show Huge Russian Military Buildup in the Arctic

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:12 min | 4 d ago

Satellite Images Show Huge Russian Military Buildup in the Arctic

"Recent weeks have seen a significant build up of russian forces along its border with ukraine within the last day the threat has become even less physically with one. Russian officials suggesting that those troops crossed the border to defend russian sympathizing separatists in ukraine's eastern donbass region. The united states is now said to be considering sending warships into the black sea. This is not necessarily a huge deal the. Us navy seals the black sea pretty regularly so long as turkey admits them through. The dodd nells straight. However in this instance it would surely be interpreted as a hefty hint in moscow's direction on join with more on all this by mark galliotti senior associate fellow at the royal united services institute and author most recently of a short history of russia. Markle start with the big question. Do we know what. Russia's intentions towards ukraine actually are right. Now we certainly don't and to be perfectly honest. That's how moscow wants to keep it whether there's some major military offensive plan his pie unlikely but the key thing is this is very much about bringing pressure to bear on ukraine and in that respect as far as moscow's concerned the more uncertainty the better.

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U.S. alarmed by Russia's escalating aggression in Ukraine

WNYC Programming

00:48 sec | 4 d ago

U.S. alarmed by Russia's escalating aggression in Ukraine

"US is becoming worried over what it views is escalating Russian aggression in eastern Ukraine. That's according to White House press Secretary Jen Psaki, who said today the U. S. Is discussing recent troop movements in the region with its NATO allies. The United States is increasingly concerned by recent escalating Russian aggressions in eastern Ukraine, including Russian troop movements on Ukraine's border. Russia now has more troops on the border through crane than any time since 24 14 5. Ukrainian soldiers have been killed this week alone. Thies air all deeply concerning signs Russian build up there just the latest point of contention between Moscow and the Biden administration, adding to disputes already ongoing concerning arms control, human rights and other issues. Biden last week professed unwavering support for Ukraine in its confrontation with Russia, which in 2014 annexed

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Russia's Navalny on Hunger Strike to Protest Prison Treatment

BBC World Service

00:55 sec | Last week

Russia's Navalny on Hunger Strike to Protest Prison Treatment

"Arrests outside the prison where opposition leader Alexei Navalny is on hunger strike to protest a lack of medical attention. NPR's Lucian Kim. Reports from Moscow, a correspondent for CNN, as well as other journalists were briefly detained. Supporters of Alexei Navalny trek to the penal colony about 60 miles east of Moscow, demanding independent doctors be allowed to examine him. Navalny declared a hunger strike last week, saying he was being denied medical care for back pain and the loss of sensation in his legs. On Monday, Navalny's allies said on social media, he had a temperature and bad cough. That three other prisoners were being treated for tuberculosis. Navalny was imprisoned on an old conviction after returning from Germany, where he'd been recovering from a poisoning he blames on President Vladimir Putin. Putin spokesman says Navalny is receiving all necessary medical attention Lucian Kim. NPR

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Disgraced Producer Harvey Weinstein Appeals Against Conviction for Sex Crimes

AP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | Last week

Disgraced Producer Harvey Weinstein Appeals Against Conviction for Sex Crimes

"Mogul is trying to get a new trial. More than a year after being imprisoned for sexual assault. Harvey Weinstein is trying to get his conviction flipped. His attorneys say prosecutors in the straw got too much help from the judge. They say James Burke was Cavaliers. They put it and protecting one steams right to a fair trial. In a 166 page brief filed with the state appellate court, Weinsteins lawyers say Burt made too many rulings to help prosecutors. One was to let the state call additional witnesses to tell jurors about allegations against Weinstein that never led to criminal charges. The brief even criticizes the 23 years sentence that was imposed on the ex producer. Prosecutors say they will respond to the brief in court. A Moscow Wells Gabriel

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Black Actors Sweep the Sag Awards

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | Last week

Black Actors Sweep the Sag Awards

"Actors Guild Awards are historic this year, says Our Oscar Wells. Gabriel got my time Come. History was made at the Screen Actors Guild Awards this year for the first time ever. Actors of color swept the individual awards in the movie category. For best male actor. It was Chadwick Boseman winning costume asleep for Ma Rainey's Black Bottom costar Viola Davis won for best female actor, Best supporting actor goes to Daniel Cholula for Judas and the Black Messiah, while best female Supporting actor went to young Young Eun for Minori. The award for best ensemble cast goes to Aaron Sorkin's 19 sixties courtroom drama. The trial of the Chicago Seven A Moscow Wells gave Rio

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Cyberespionage and influence operations. Reading the US State Departments mail.

The CyberWire

02:34 min | Last week

Cyberespionage and influence operations. Reading the US State Departments mail.

"Kitten also known as phosphorus or t a four fifty three the well-known thread actor associated with iran's is revolutionary guard corps has resurfaced in cyber espionage campaign directed against israeli and us medical researchers proof point researchers conclude that the current campaign. They call bad. Blood is fishing for credentials belonging to geneticists neurologists and oncologists. The campaign uses email spoofing. Communications from israeli scientists proof point is confident in its conclusions but also admits that as is often the case. Attribution is based on circumstantial evidence. Bad bloods objective. Remains obscure record points out. Proof point told the record that the pandemic has produced a surge in collection against biomedical research targets. But the specialties said to be of interest to charming kitten. Genetics oncology and neurology. Don't bear any close. Immediate connections to covid nineteen research nonetheless. The collection proceeds and continues to prospect senior researchers politico reports that russia's holiday bear may have sex accessed. Us state department e mails. It doesn't appear that classified. Communications were compromised but emails exchanged by foggy bottom bureau of european and eurasian affairs and bureau of east asian and pacific affairs. Were apparently being read in moscow. Dark reading has a summary of the current state of knowledge about the sunburst exploitation of solar winds orion platform the. Us is still considering. Its options with respect to response retaliation defense and deterrence in. What the atlantic council characterizes as a strategic failure the council's report said quote. The sunburst crisis was a failure of strategy more than it was the product of an information technology problem or a mythical adversary overlooking that question of strategy invites crises larger and more frequent than those. The united states is battling today the. Us government and industry should embrace the idea of persistent flow to address this strategic shortfall emphasizing that effective cybersecurity is more about speed balance and concentrated action both the public and private sectors must work together to ruthlessly prioritize risk make lynch pin systems in the cloud more defensible and make federal cyber risk management. More self adaptive and quote

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Philadelphia's Suburban Battleground: Can The GOP Recover?

Morning Edition

02:10 min | Last week

Philadelphia's Suburban Battleground: Can The GOP Recover?

"Reliably voted Republican. But the suburbs have changed. And last November, Donald Trump lost them in a big way. Now, with the 2020 midterms in view, both parties are wondering what's going to happen when Trump is not on the ballot. NPR national political correspondent Don Gonyea reports from the vote rich Philadelphia suburbs. Leads drop in on Chester County, Pennsylvania, It's suburban Philadelphia but a place with its own identity. We have a huge agricultural community. We are the mushroom capital of the world. You could come here for a mushroom festival on New Year's Eve. It's quite fun Democrat Mary in Moscow It's his chair of the Chester County Board of Commissioners. And we have a lot of industry were very big in the bio Pharma life sciences community. We have new technology coming in. So ah, lot of great things happening here. Right Next door is Montgomery County, where lives create? Hey V chairs the local Republican party, she says she's watched these suburbs flip from red to blue some only in the past few years. But she says the shift began long before that, If you look at the trends, this has been happening for many, many years. I think it accelerated over the last couple of years. But when I moved into Montgomery County 21 years ago, it was already starting to change in 2016. Hillary Clinton beat Trump in these suburbs, but not by enough of a margin to make up for trump strength in the States rural areas. She lost Pennsylvania, but Joe Biden racked up huge margins in the Philly suburbs. It was key To his statewide victory. The suburbs are far more diverse than they were decades ago, and many suburban voters had an intense dislike of Donald Trump Republican create A V is hoping some of those more moderate voters come back to the GOP. Now that they don't have trump who people voted against because they didn't Like him as a person. He's gone now. And so people are actually looking at issues now and things that affect them on a day to day basis. The changing politics in the suburbs

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Only in Hollywood

Criminal

02:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Only in Hollywood

"There's a soviet film from nineteen seventy five called hedgehog in the fog. It's only ten minutes long. It's been called the best animated film of all time for the You're at your committee. Runco she said. I know surgeries now truly. Actually russian animation is a kind of an art. Form the cartoons. They're they're made without the restrictions that your typical american cartoons are like they don't have to be twenty six minutes long space for commercials didn't have to have these continuation of a story. Once the episode this over backing the soviet russia the cartoons were made purely as a way to sort of entertain the kids of course but also as a kind of as kind of arts. They were only as long as they needed to be. The only told the story the way it ought to be told without anything else. And i think people who have seen them. They would easily agree with my statements. It's really something to be seen in may of nineteen twenty eight. Mickey mouse was introduced by walt disney within a few years. Disney animation's were so popular that they're being shown around the world including at a film festival in moscow in nineteen thirty three soviet viewers including joseph stalin fell in love the slogan. Give us a soviet. Mickey mouse became popular and three years later in nineteen thirty six the animation studio so use multiple opened in moscow. A version of it still exists today and many of the films are admired for their sophistication and lack violence as one director. Put it in our films. There's always been less aggression. We stake darla not on action but on psychology humor and a dialogue with the viewer. It came out of the tradition of russian folktales hedgehog in the fog follows a worried seeming hedgehog who gets lost in a thick fog. He surprised by all the animals. He encounters who he writes a fish even by the end when he safe. It doesn't feel like a happy ending definitely not a disney ending in the final frames. The hedgehog is still anxious

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George Segal, 'The Goldbergs' and 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' star, dead at 87

AP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

George Segal, 'The Goldbergs' and 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' star, dead at 87

"Was one of those actors whose career spanned decades and left memories for generations of movie and TV fans. He started his life as an entertainer as a banjo player before said, weighing into acting. He was nominated for an Oscar for the 1966 movie. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? A newer generation of fans saw him stars the grandfather in the ABC sitcom The Goldbergs, his wife reports the Siegel has died so coming to complications from bypass surgery job. Siegel was 87 years old, A Moscow

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China and Russia pledge to stand up to Western sanctions

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

China and Russia pledge to stand up to Western sanctions

"Russia and china have a long history of ignoring or disdaining sanctions imposed upon them. For multifarious human rights violations. They now appear to be teaming up to escalate their response to outright rebellion. The foreign ministers of russia and china have called for a summit of the five permanent members of the un security council of whom russia and china are to in order to make their displeasure clear up the joint statement by sergei lavrov. And we did not mention the united states by name but it is issued amid heightened tensions between moscow. Beijing and washington dc

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Feud Erupts After Biden Calls Putin a 'Killer'

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Feud Erupts After Biden Calls Putin a 'Killer'

"Feud has erupted between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin after the U. S president called him a killer. Now Putin is responding. CBS News is Ed O'Keefe has the latest from the White House. Dangerous War of words between the two presidents tonight, the Kremlin and Vladimir Putin hitting back at President Biden for calling him a killer. So you know Vladimir Putin you think he's a killer? Mm e o Responding today in Moscow, Putin said it was a waste seconds of weight. It takes one to know one chin, calling the relationship bad and under the threat of collapse. The Kremlin also pulled its ambassador back to Moscow for emergency meetings at the White House, said the president has no regrets for his

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Putin points finger at US after Biden's 'killer' remark

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Putin points finger at US after Biden's 'killer' remark

"Vladimir Putin is responding to president Biden's saying he thinks the Russian president is a killer Putin says the remark reflects America's own troubled past of slavery and killing native Americans saying otherwise where with the black lives matter movement come from Putin spokesman says president Biden's very bad remarks made clear the U. S. does not want to normalize relations with Russia and that Moscow will proceed accordingly the tougher marks on both sides came after U. S. intelligence report found Putin authorized influence operations to help Donald Trump in the November election Sager made Ghani Washington

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Putin responds to Biden's 'killer' comment by wishing him good health

America's First News

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Putin responds to Biden's 'killer' comment by wishing him good health

"Senior Russian lawmaker warning today that Moscow will take other measures on top of recalling its ambassador in Washington unless President Biden apologizes for calling Russian President Vladimir Putin a killer. The president made the comments in an interview with ABC News this week. A deputy speaker of the upper house of Russian Parliament's of the comments are quote unacceptable under any circumstances, and they inevitably lead to a sharp Exacerbation of our bilateral ties Russia announced Wednesday was recalling its ambassador to the U. S for consultations. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about that and the Biden administration's approach toward Russia that Residents relationship and this administration's relationship with the Russians will be very different from what we've seen over the last four years, and we've already seen evidence of that he does not hold back on his concerns about What we see as malign and problematic actions whether it is engagement in the 2020 intervention in the 2020 election interference, a report obviously released just yesterday. Their involvement in the poisoning of Alexei Navalny ongoing reviews that are related Tomo bounties on troops on and of course, the solar winds hack. The Russians have intervenes or attempted to intervene in elections for Many years. I mean, long before 2016 on way, you know, certainly our very eyes wide open about that and fully aware of that, But we're they're going to pay a price as the president conveyed. Last night. We're not going to look the other way as we saw a bit over the last four years, and we will continue to press them on their actions. And the exchange of tough statements comes on the heels of a declassified report from the U. S National Intelligence director's office that found President Putin authorized influence operations to help Donald Trump in last November's election. President Biden telling ABC News Putin will pay a price for it.

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Russia recalls Ambassador to US amid deteriorating relations

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Russia recalls Ambassador to US amid deteriorating relations

"Summoning back to home. Base of an ambassador is maybe the second year of expressing diplomatic doug. John a step below the formal severing of relations. But a step up from having your foreign minister inviting your antagonists ambassador. Doing meeting at which coffee is not served. This unhappy past appears to have been reached by the united states and moscow has recalled. Its man in washington. Dc anatoly antonoff. It follows a television interview by us. President joe biden in which he made several bracing remarks about his russian counterpart president vladimir

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Russia Recalls Ambassador Following Biden Comments

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Russia Recalls Ambassador Following Biden Comments

"Summoning back to home. Base of an ambassador is maybe the second year of expressing diplomatic doug. John a step below the formal severing of relations. But a step up from having your foreign minister inviting your antagonists ambassador. Doing meeting at which coffee is not served. This unhappy past appears to have been reached by the united states and moscow has recalled. Its man in washington. Dc anatoly antonoff. It follows a television interview by us. President joe biden in which he made several bracing remarks about his russian counterpart president vladimir

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US-Russia ties nosedive after Biden-Putin tit-for-tat

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR Programming

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

US-Russia ties nosedive after Biden-Putin tit-for-tat

"Russian lawmaker warning today that Moscow will take other measures on top of recalling its ambassador in Washington unless President Biden apologizes for calling Russian President Vladimir Putin a killer. The president made the comments in an interview with ABC News this week. A deputy speaker of the upper house of Russian Parliament's of the comments are quote unacceptable under any circumstances, and they inevitably lead to a sharp Exacerbation of our bilateral ties Russia announced Wednesday was recalling its ambassador to the U. S for consultations. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about that and the Biden administration's approach toward Russia. The president's relationship and this administration's relationship with Russians will be very different from what we've seen over the last four years, and we've already seen evidence of that He does not hold back on his concerns about what we see as a malign and problematic actions, whether it is engagement in the 2020 intervention and the 2020 election interference, a report obviously released Just yesterday. Their involvement in the poisoning of Alexei Navalny ongoing reviews that are related Tomo bounties on troops on of course, the solar wind tak. The Russians have intervenes or attempted to intervene in elections for Many years. I mean, long before 2016 on we, you know, certainly our very eyes wide open about that and fully aware of that, But we're they're going to pay a price as the president conveyed. Last night. We're not going to look the other way as we saw a bit over the last four years, and we will continue to press them on their actions. Yeah, The exchange of tough statements

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Forces to be reckoned with: Afghan peace talks

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Forces to be reckoned with: Afghan peace talks

"Today. Russia will host a conference on afghanistan aimed at supporting the peace process. The talks will bring together the afghan government and representatives of the taliban as well as several international players including america. The meeting comes at a crucial time for afghanistan. Last february following negotiations with the taliban the trump administration agreed to withdraw all american troops by may first of this year on tuesday president. Joe biden told george stephanopoulos of abc news. That america may miss that deadline. I'm in the process of making that decision. Now as to when they'll leave the fact is that very solidly negotiated deal that The president the former president worked out. And so we're in consultation with our allies as well as the government and That decision's gonna be. It's process now likely to take longer. I think a lot longer but may i. It's tough could happen but it is tough because as it stands there are two and a half thousand american troops and a thousand more special operations forces in afghanistan. that's down from a peak of more than one hundred thousand as with its predecessors. Mr biden's administration will be keen to end america's longest war who premature departure could spell disaster. The peace conference being held today in moscow is an attempt to bring together the taliban insurgents and the afghan government to try and come up with some kind of arrangement for how afghanistan could be run in future and therefore stop the war between those two sides. Edward mcbride is our asia editor. This is just one of several peace conferences underway or planned. There's going to be another peace conference in turkey. In april and for months now there have been peace talks underway between the afghan government and the taliban in qatar. And they haven't been making much headway. Which is why. Russia and the. Us have tried these new initiatives and one big question looming over all this is whether or not to the biden administration will fulfil the promise to pull out troops by may first. What does it look like for for that commitment. That deadline was agreed in separate peace talks between america and the taliban concluded over a year ago under the administration of donald trump and it always looked quite optimistic and i think the difficulty for the biden administration is to decide whether or not to stick to that deadline on the one hand if they take all the troops out. The taliban may decide to hell with the peace talks. We'll just try and overrun the afghan government by conquest. And that would obviously look very embarrassing and would call into question all the work that the us has done over the past twenty years to try and institute a different kind of government within afghanistan on the other hand. If they say they're going to stay and ignore the deadline of may i. Then they face the prospect of renewed taliban offensive so then there's the prospect that america will find itself embroiled justice heavily as it has been for twenty years in the afghan civil war more american casualties and more expense and difficulty without any clear prospect of how the war might end but coming to a decision on those questions is exactly what these peace talks are about right absolutely so in theory. The peace talks provide a great way out for everyone. The hitch is that the peace talks that have been underway encounter for many months. Now have not yielded any kind of a breakthrough and unfortunately there's not much reason to expect the talks today in russia or indeed the talks in turkey next month to yield any more of a breakthrough and so why the impasse for what that. They're not getting the bottom line really. Is that both. The taliban and the afghan government think of themselves as the rightful rulers of afghanistan. And they're not really working to their own schedules. Right hold process has been determined by the fact that the trump administration originally but by administration now are both keen to end america's longest war neither within telenor within the afghan government has the sort of internal process of deciding how much they're willing to give up really preceded far enough to meet that deadline of the first of may the way out of the impasse that america has been pushing in recent days is sort of power sharing agreement whereby both the taliban and the afghan government come together to form a government of national unity. Where they both control some ministries. Perhaps they both have some kind of control over the security forces and whilst in that power sharing government they reach some kind of final agreement about a new constitution or a new sort of power structure. The problem is neither side has really agreed to to both are worried about being justice. Sort of adjunct to the real power within a power sharing agreement neither side is very comfortable sharing power with the other because they've been fighting for so long and what about that. Fighting now has the taliban been honoring its side of the agreements. The have been made while the peace negotiations are going on right so there. Lots of people who think that the taliban just isn't sincere about this whole process that it's got an advantage on the battlefield that the area under the government's control keeps shrinking. The taliban is just waiting for america to go before it pushes it should vantage and certainly even though the taliban agreed not to attack american troops it never agreed not to attack the government troops and it continued its campaign and even in a certain sense increased it insofar as there have been a series of tax representatives of civil society the kind of urban elite in kabul assassinations bombings. The taliban sometimes denies being a part of but the one suspects. It's behind the taliban. I think see this violence as their strongest card. The government has to negotiate. Because it's very much under the cosh from the town of forces on the ground but that bloodshed also makes it really difficult for america just to up sticks and go right now because it really does look like america's abandoning the afghan government to its fate. And so do you think that points to the biden administration. Being rather forced to delay any troop withdrawals. I think what america's looking for is some kind of middle way where the talks seem to be making enough progress or there's some kind of idea of where we're headed that they can agree with the taliban a bit of an extension and not actually have to stick to that deadline of the first of may but also not have to sort of down on backing the afghan government with a renewed troop presence. I think the instincts of the biden administration really similar to the instincts of the trump administration. They don't really think that it's going to be possible to build a strong modern nation state in afghanistan. They don't want to be embroiled in a war. That just drags on forever. So i think the by administration is looking for any way can to get the troops out of afghanistan and without the afghan government collapsing or some kind of horror unfolding in terms of an escalation of the civil war. The thing we don't know is whether the taliban is willing to sort of provide the biden administration that option and give substance to all these different peace talks or whether it thinks after twenty years it has finally beaten america and it does indeed intends to take over the country as soon as the american troops are gone. We still don't quite know the answer to that question. And that's what all of this hinges on

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Russia's Putin Authorized Pro-Trump 'Influence' Campaign, US Intelligence Says

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00:24 sec | 3 weeks ago

Russia's Putin Authorized Pro-Trump 'Influence' Campaign, US Intelligence Says

"Declassified by the director of national intelligence asserts Russia's Putin authorized influence operations to help Trump in the November election. The report found broad efforts by the Kremlin and Iran to shape the outcome, but no evidence results were changed. The reporter search Iran tried to undermine confidence in the voting harm, Trump and Moscow used Trump allies to smear Biden.

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"moscow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:02 min | 11 months ago

"moscow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm here in Moscow we are just about three hours away from the opening of U. S. trading let's get you up to date on the news you need to know at this hour U. S. futures are mixed following yesterday's sell off which saw stocks closed at a three week low that drop came after federal chairman Jerome Powell warned about risks to the economy after the Commons treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin sought to reassure investors about the economy you're going to see this is going to be a pretty bad quarter but then we're going to recover and we're gonna have a sequence of better quarters in as the president said our expectations were going to kill this virus and next year will be back to having a great economy just like we had before and Mnuchin made the comments to fox news meanwhile we get another reading on the economy this morning the calmest forecast another two and a half million Americans filed for unemployment assistance last week in the wake of the coronavirus Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude ice reports Bloomberg economics as Google search data for unemployment benefits have been winding lower that could be a sign of things to come even so states process thirty three million claims for the prior seven weeks April unemployment meantime rose to fourteen point seven percent rivaling the Great Depression and looking ahead it could go even higher in the opinion of some top federal reserve officials doubt should explain birthday break really thank you shares of Cisco Systems up two and a half percent in early trading the company gave a sales forecast that was better than anticipated and we get the story from Bloomberg Charlie Pellett Cisco was helped by a boom in remote working online activity that is stoking demand for the company's network equipment it said Rev and you in the fiscal fourth quarter which ends in July will fall eight and a half to eleven and a half percent from a year earlier of the mid point that indicates revenue of about twelve billion dollars slightly more than analysts had expected spending on data centers servers and other equipment was increased to support millions of employees working from home over the internet Charlie pilot Bloomberg daybreak hi Charlie thank you the international energy agency sees the oil market improving the IEA says demand is a little stronger than expected meanwhile supply is been reined in by a brutal price crash world oil production is on track to the Klein this month to the lowest level in nine years and let's check nynex heard only all right now it's up about five percent this morning up a dollar twenty six at twenty six dollars fifty five cents a barrel and Brent is up four point two percent at thirty dollars forty one cents S. and P. futures are down three point two Dow futures down forty six the nasdaq futures up ten the dance in Germany's down one point eight percent ten year treasury of ten thirty seconds he'll point six one percent the euro one point oh seven nine six against the dollar the yen windows six point nine six straight ahead we have the latest world and national news this is Bloomberg thanks Karen at six thirty three on Wall Street let's get more on the local response to corona virus with Bloomberg's Michael Barr twenty Michael good morning David New York governor Andrew Cuomo said four of ten regions of the state are ready to reopen tomorrow at elective surgeries can resume in several counties the governor added the world north country to the list of regions that have met seven key metrics central New York has to meet one more metric while Cuomo says New York City is several steps away if you open too soon all right what is it what does that mean too soon too soon means your opening your increasing activity at a rate that the hospital system cannot handle and people are not taking the right precautions mayor bill de Blasio says New York took its first tentative step toward opening schools in September sending out about sixty two thousand offers the parents of four year olds for its all day pre kindergarten program New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says they are taking things slowly in his state in regards to reopen it we are making progress and we're beginning slowly but surely to open things up we open up state and county parks a couple weekends ago with good effect we announce today we're opening up nonessential construction nonessential curbside retail pickup drive throughs and drive in so slowly but surely we are beginning to get back on our feet but again we're not out of the woods yet those Monday through Friday commutes from Greenwich Connecticut to Wall Street may become a thing of the past Connecticut governor that Lamont told Bloomberg chief executives of some large companies of told him that telecommuting could help them save money by cutting office space by as much as thirty percent signalling what may be a national shift by businesses employees realize they can work just as well when they are at home president Donald Trump voiced frustration at Dr Anthony Fauci after he warned against re opening schools and businesses to quickly the president says it's not an acceptable answer what he 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"moscow" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

12:35 min | 1 year ago

"moscow" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Everywhere around us but they weren't really after us. They were after the Russians that were working with us. They were after the people in their country that were committing treason. Were betraying their country. Working Press and if they could get to those people they would execute them and they did that so much pressure and I definitely want to discuss that later in the show because there are some very specific examples of people that just sound like they either had a tolerance for stress. That was well beyond just not even in the solar system is the level of trust that the rest of have or they were wired completely differently and I wonder what you think about that. But this is nineteen seventy-six Moscow. And what through eighty five? What time period are we talking about here runs up to about eighty nine and I think in the book I think the first case we talk about was really our first case there? That was in sixty three. That was at the beginning when we were unable to basically manage an espionage case in in Moscow that one only lasted eighteen months and they found him and they arrested him and they execute him was only been coffee. That's so terrifying looking back. Eighty nine not that long ago it is but it isn't and I was born in one thousand nine hundred. I'm not even forty right now so to have a country that's like this in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine so to tell. -Tarian is crazy. I've been to North Korea a few times and I would imagine it's kind of similar. North Korea seems I can't imagine anything more controlled than North Korea. But maybe it's possible. I'm not sure North Korea's almost in a category of its own. I haven't been to North Korea so I can't really comment but I've read a number of books about it about how it operates about how they control their citizenry and I mean. We've all seen little peek set. What happens if step out of line including if you're an American student over there who pulls a poster off wall you know incomes home basically brain dead so they yeah they know how to keep the lid on and how to keep their people marching in line. What's interesting about this? I think a lot of people will be like. Oh America's not free either. I always get those emails after I do shows like this but I think what people don't understand is the reason that they were able to keep such a tight grouping of you at a tight embrace on you is because they don't have any back then they had no semblance of freedom. They could lockdown anything. They wanted people had no right so they could just absolutely flood the city with state resources and monitor everything and everyone and that type of thing is just not possible in a free society. Would you agree with that people who speak that way? Probably haven't travelled very widely. You almost need to go take a look at the other possibilities places that you could have been but you weren't places that you could be living today but you're not. You're living in the United States to really appreciate the freedoms that we have. You know I I never WanNa talk about politics. When I'm talking about this book but it ebbs and it flows there are people who would like to tighten up security. There are people who are much more relaxed about security but even when security is tight back here doesn't even begin to approach. What some of these foreign countries but their citizens through I watch documentaries all the time and I saw recently in Belarus and there's a group of students that do these plays that are kind of like. Hey we should have more freedom and look. They're locking down or internet and they get busted beat up by cops and thrown in jail and they go missing. It's really crazy to have a country like that in Eastern Europe in two thousand twenty. You know there was a rock band in In Russia will be. They called Pussy Riot. Yes she was on the show. Actually really yeah sorry. I didn't hear that I'd like to hear one of them. Talk about it but it was a great opportunity for the government to make a statement to remind their citizens that this is not allowed. This is what will happen faith through her in prison for years and they had her making uniforms and they were beating up and salting are she's toughest nails. You'd have to be to be in that position. She's just one of the toughest people that I know. She's a true. Her international notoriety is an artist is for a good reason. What's strange is you know you think. Oh who's GONNA commit treason against their own country? They must hate Russia. They must hate the United States. She actually loves Russia in hates Vladimir Putin so she's very specific about that. I said why do you still live in Russia? And she said I would die without it I would suffocate without it. I'm Russian Vladimir Putin and his cronies we have to get rid of so she is just not afraid of anyone obviously a lot of Russians have that same visceral attachment to their country. They love their motherland. It's hard to separate them from it. We've exfiltrated some people we've had defectors come out from Russia. They come to this country they see all these choices. They have in a drugstore. You have to choose from like forty kinds of toothpaste. They have trouble coping with that and a lot of them. Get very very morose and depressed and discovered that they would like to go back. That's what Russia now of course capitalist more or less I mean yes. There's a lot of cronies stuff going on there. And that's a whole that's a whole different show. We talked about some of that with bill browder before foot having that kind of environment in communism like Old School. Stalinism or Leninism. I guess it would be called. Well I don't know I'm not up on that. It's either North Korea's certainly Stalinist having that kind of society with no choice and no free commerce to miss that is kind of like an alien notion to those of us who grew up in the United States or the Western world at all. That's right you know the mark that Stalin left on that society carries on today. If you sit down with a Russian couple and you say that your family history in your country. What part of Russia were they from? How did that go? You almost always hear the stories about the purges you'll hear stories about arrests and murders where their widows were orphans. There were just these tragedies on a scale that we can't imagine stolen was just he was just so brutal isn't even a big enough word for what he did and he left a mark that continues today. There are people in Russia who can't proceed further in their careers because say their grandfather worked with the Bolsheviks or the white Russians there's a mark there's mark in their personnel files somewhere that says they can't be trusted they can't be promoted beyond a certain level and that's one of the things that drives that citizenry into our arms. They hate that part of Russia. They that piece of Russia and that is a catalyst for them to work with us. I have a friend who I grew up with and went to college with him and lived with his father. Has I think too. And he worked for Dupont and had a pretty darn good career guy with two chemistry. Phd's I said. Why did you leave Russia? And they said well. I wasn't allowed to have a job because I'm Jewish and they said we have to. Phd's what a waste of human capital and needs to know why they're doing how they're doing compared to countries that don't deal with that kind of thing exactly. Yeah so going back to the Moscow rules. I think it was at a CIA official that quoted in the book. That said it would be easier to run agent on Mars that Dick Helms one of one of our legendary chief CIA. That was his comment. And it was right on the mark. There's something like fifty thousand KGB agents in Moscow to counter the CIA and other foreign intelligence agencies just thinking about that. I read that I wrote that down and going over my notes this morning. I thought I think the town I grew up in which was not that small had forty thousand people in it now. It was next to other towns so it seemed larger for that reason but fifty thousand people. There's you'd need multiple high schools. That's the size of the University of Michigan campus including all staff and faculty all the students from all the different university campuses in the area. That's still more people you know that number came from Oleg Kalugin and only was KGB officer. He didn't defect quality lives in the United States now. He transplanted himself he became he became disenchanted with KGB and he went into politics in Russia he was in the parliament for awhile and then he decided he'd start a new life over here they had already taught him as a spy in the KGB. Perfect English I mean only came and just fit right in these board member of the international spy museum. Now he's a Russian representative there He was the one that gave me the number. I hadn't seen that number until I interviewed him. I interviewed Jack. Barsky also on this show. Who Have you heard of him at all? Yes yeah that kind of story to know that that's happening is absolutely crazy. Because when I look at the people who let's say defect which is the wrong word but the people that go and they move over to Russia. It's like Steven Seagal where we're just kind of like all right. See you later. Nobody's going to miss you. You know. It's not some high level parliamentarian who decides to go start living in Washington DC or Manhattan. Because they're sick of it. It's somebody who's kind of generally not stupor beloved type of person and has maybe a rough or strange passed in actually prefers authoritarians over normal societies. And that's I think speaks a lot. I'M NOT ANTI RUSSIA BY ANY MEANS. I think the police fascinating and I think the people are brilliant. Two Cultures Amazing foods amazing. I pretty much like everything about that. Other than some of these major sort of little tags on the reputation of the way that they treat people. It's hard to say that as an American given our track record but it it is different and I wonder what you think about that. Because it's definitely there were kind of not really in the same league when it comes to health society functions. In my opinion you know in the thirties and the forties. There were a lot of Americans who were interested in that experiment going on in Russia. They kind of bought into that idea of this capitalist state where you worked as hard as you needed to and and you will get everything that you needed to carry on. It was interesting. A lot of people went that way for ideological reasons. You meant communist right. Yeah I'm sorry. Yeah and then that tapered off entirely and the ideological flow shifted and the people that they would come to us were looking for our society our freedoms our openness our our ability to live a life unencumbered by all of the restrictions that you find Moscow now the embassy in the Soviet Union. They discovered later head microphones in all the rooms to price. The price ceilings but even in the foundation during construction. I always wondered about this. I thought how come if we're building a embassy that's obviously going to be used for intelligence and diplomacy in a country that might be hostile to the United States. How on Earth can we build that? Where there's no spy gear placed into the actual fabric of the building? And that obviously happened. You know what I'm talking to a public audience like it was yesterday and we get to this point if it comes up first thing I say. How many is there anybody? Here who's worked for State Department? Usually there is not because then I talk about State Department in not best terms the seat we were given originally an old building. It was an apartment building and the United States embassy was in that building for many many years. It was a fire hazard. It was the electricity. Didn't work everything was wrong with it and it was sprinkled with bugs of course then we decided that we needed a new embassy and the Russians decided that they needed a new embassy in DC. It's always reciprocal. Whatever we do at one an embassy we can do to the other. They move forward together so they started building their embassy in. Dc WE started building our new embassy in Russia but State Department brokered the whole deal and stay department for all the wonderful things that they do. Security is not nearly as high on their list is it is at CIA show for starters they gave the Russians the highest piece of ground in Washington. Dc and that's where they built their new embassy which is allowed them to intercept all kinds of microwave. Signals I mean from that kind of point of view. It's an ideal location. They gave us the lowest point in Moscow. It's almost down in a little bit of swamp so we started out on the wrong foot. State Department decided that there was no reason that the pieces of our building couldn't be pre assembled by Russian citizens the pre cast concrete. Rebar the big pieces that go into making. A high-rise building was all put together in Moscow whereas the Soviets in Washington DC insisted on bringing all their workers and no American touched anything not a brick when they built the Soviet.

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"moscow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"moscow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm here in Moscow we are just about three hours away from the opening of U. S. trading let's get you up to date on the news you need to know at this hour U. S. futures are falling this morning following yesterday's big rally on Wall Street and bloomers John Tucker joins us with the latest good morning John good morning Karen after four percent surge in the S. and P. five hundred yesterday one thing is clear volatility reigns risk assets are still whip sawing with traders remain on edge amid a rise in virus cases around the world and has many governments extend quarantines and travel restrictions Matt Maley is with Miller tape back all right now we have no idea when the sensor distant and and that doesn't mean it's going to be a detail will horrible bear market or anything like a repeat of what we saw ten years ago but it does raise the rest of the market closed could fall further the S. and P. five hundred has rallied about six percent this week it's seven and a half percent below last month's all time high it doesn't P. futures down two percent this morning meantime the U. S. house of representatives approved a seven point eight billion dollar spending package and California declared a state of emergency buckle up John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak no kidding John thanks as cases in the U. S. rise coronaviruses stabilized in South Korea Bloomberg daybreak Asia anchor Brian Curtis has more from Hong Kong on the outbreaks key developments the infections in Asia appeared to have peaked as they gain pace in the west south Korea's testing ten thousand people a day and maintains a mortality rate of just half a percent California's emergency makes more resources available the state had its first to death on Wednesday elsewhere in Europe Italy says it'll close schools until March fifteenth as its deaths jumped by twenty eight and finally Hong Kong can affirms the first human to animal transmission but it's not believe that pets can themselves infect humans in on call Brian Curtis Bloomberg daybreak hi Brian thank you and we do have this headline crossing the Bloomberg HSBC said to have found a one corona virus case at its London research arm it has evacuated the research department and the floor has been deep cleaned and as we continue to watch the economic impacts of the outbreak the international air transport association is now warning it could cost airlines as much as a hundred thirteen billion dollars in lost revenue H. P. says it has rejected an unsolicited offered from Connecticut based Xerox and crude oils rising after delegates say OPEC ministers have agreed to cut output by one and a half million barrels a day though that is conditional on Russia agreeing to it checking prices now West Texas intermediate is up a quarter percent at forty six ninety one of barrel Brent is at fifty one dollars thirty two cents and S. and P. futures are down sixty five points this morning straight ahead we have the latest world and national news and this is Bloomberg all right Karen thank you six thirty three on Wall Street let's see what else is going on around the world now here's one Berks Michael Barr thank you very much name the New Jersey is now reporting its first case of the corona virus governor Phil Murphy in a statement says the man in his thirties is hospitalized in Bergen county after he tested positive for the virus Murphy says local and state health officials are retracing the man's whereabouts and contacts global cases from the corona virus outbreak topped ninety five thousand five hundred and the death toll rose to three thousand two hundred eighty five that includes the first death in Switzerland from the virus vice president Mike pence says all direct flights from all airports in South Korea and Italy and now being subject to multiple screenings before passengers board to come to the U. S. pence also says all state and university clinics can now test for the virus our objective ultimately and it quickly as possible is to have tests made through these commercial laboratories and commercial providers that your local doctor your your CVS your med check is able to have a corona virus test meanwhile Chinese president xi Jing brings a much anticipated state visit to Tokyo has been postponed because of the virus democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is pledging to unify Americans as he prepares for a potentially long primary fight against rival Bernie Sanders Sanders says what they're doing together is unprecedented and it's threatening the country's conventional political machine that is an establishment which is working frantically fought to try to defeat us and there's often a campaign I think that has been having to deal with the kind of venom we're seeing from psalm in the corporate some supporters of Sanders are calling on Elizabeth born to drop out and endorse your fellow progressive Chief Justice John Roberts criticised comments made by senator Chuck Schumer is inappropriate and dangerous about justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh Roberts was responding to Schumer's remarks at a rally outside the court while the key abortion case was being argued inside long time democratic Texas state representative Harold Naughton isn't a surprise election battle against Houston city councilmember Jerry Davis after a mysterious third candidate received twenty one percent of the vote triggering a runoff button says the problem is no one seems to have met or even seen Natasha Ruiz we've never.

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"moscow" Discussed on Photography Tips From the Top Floor

Photography Tips From the Top Floor

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"moscow" Discussed on Photography Tips From the Top Floor

"He uses your next slice slice of slide from the top floor. Yeah in the middle of packing. I'm still here in Germany and I'M I. I talk to you about the checklist thing. I have used it. I have spent three hours yesterday to two hours yesterday. Maybe three hours today to get everything together and my checklist is working so well. I'm so relaxed. Just thought I'd let you know so. Yeah have everything Packed it's kind of heavy. That's because it's not. It's not overweight my luggage but kind of heavy because I'm bringing a few things for our participants that way something but yeah we'll see tomorrow is a is my flight to Moscow where we'll do before the Siberia Lake Baikal. We do a bit of an extension there a few days to see Moscow and visit some sites there which after several times and I even have the same guides that we used to have a few times ago Julia. She's a photographer. And she's taken us around and going to show us a few things and then we'll also explore some of the markets in Moscow. That's one thing I really love doing is to go to markets at the destinations because they are so not pretentious. Usually no postcards of them just regular people doing regular stuff. That's the kind of market. I'm looking for food market with just normal people so many great street opportunities there so that's one of the things that will do during the extension and then after that we'll take off from Moscow to Irkutsk in Siberia and. Yeah that's it for now. All right a bit of a change in pace. What you're hearing is the What's the name of the station? Scam come some o scared so this is Julia. She's our guide here in Moscow. And we're just doing a tour of the Moscow subway which is photographic lead just amazing. 'cause I think stalin-built this and it's sorry for the noise in the background Let's wait for the train to leave those Stalin build this because he just loved expensive architecture right not only for this reason in fact he needed the Mitterrand for transportation and for military purposes but he decorated it highly because he liked beautiful perfect she is so full of ornaments and mosaics and duty for light fixtures. And here's an extra. I think I'll stop now. I'll be back in a minute with something else. It's less noisy. I'm back motel. We finished our detour today in Moscow. Which is part of the two day extension of That we tacked onto the front of our Lake Baikal tour so I had Julia as our guide who is who has been our guide for a few other times. We've been here she's great. She knows everything. She knows what photographers like so. She's she took us to the right places of course including the the most important landmarks. Today's kind of the. Yeah let me call it the tourists today. But if you're here in Moscow you have to see the Red Square you have to see to Kremlin which by the way is the heart of Moscow it used to be only Moscow. The Kremlin if you don't have a if you don't know what to imagine the Kremlin is like a portrait. It's a it's a city inside. The city has a wall around. It used to be Moscow and then it started growing the outside. There are so many Kremlin. Here you'd be surprised so yeah we went in there. Of course the cathedrals in there there are several cathedrals in there and we just as you heard finished off the day with visiting some of the famous metro stations here. The Moscow metro is quite something. I mean it runs like clockwork and the trains Brady every two minutes. There's a train maybe less than two minutes. It's really Bang Bang Bang Bang. It's very super-efficient and We got around really quickly so if you come to Moscow. The Metro is the way to go. It gets almost everywhere and quick that are not expensive and tomorrow. We're going to take the metro and go to two markets. One is a food market and the other is It's hard to explain. It's souvenir market. But then it's right. Next to another Kremlin that is now kind of used as a place where people held weddings and photography. Point of view. Just wonderful and Then there's a flea market and so we'll be doing some street photography on the markets and have our lunch there and then after that back to the attell grab stuff head to the airport because tomorrow night we'll fly to Irkutsk in Siberia and we're at the next stop little night session ahead. I'm in the hotel lobby waiting for our driver. Because the he's not over yet we are going to Take the tripods out and find a few places. There was a couple of spots that have already been to that. I know that are really good for some long exposures with Some bigger buildings reflecting in the water of the Moskva River Then there's the crisis Sabre Cathedral which is kind of weird place but it looks really nice and at night It's really interesting with all the lights and everything around it so there will be some some good opportunities and yeah we'll just be out for like a couple of hours maybe To go to some of those spots and then yeah then the day is really over. The city of she said this station is example. Would just look so. It's the next day and We have finished our our main markets tour of the two markets again. It was super easy to get around with the Metro and Yes or recording. Why are there because we're just way too busy but It was fun to the second markets by the waste. Called is my loss key. Market is yeah. It was exactly as I wanted to be Last time I was there it was a bit smaller and this time there was so many sellers flea market everything you could imagine of course souvenirs but also just just the the the thing that I kind of expect from a flea market which is people bringing stuff from their homes and selling it there so you saw A really good insight into Russian life into what Russians consider. They don't need anymore. Want to sell everything you could imagine so that was really fun and we are pretty much on a way to the airport and we will take off later tonight to Siberia and then. I guess that's where I end this episode and then the next one will be from Siberia..

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"moscow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"moscow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Moscow U. S. futures are following a global stocks lower as the fallout continues from the U. S. airstrikes that killed a powerful Iranian general more and that in a moment but first we're coming up to six oh one on Wall Street and we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S. and P. futures are down nineteen points Dow futures and a hundred seventy four nasdaq futures down sixty two that action Germany's down one point six percent back in Paris down one point two percent of the foot see one hundred down one percent Nikkei two twenty five Japan dropped one point nine percent in the hang sang in Hong Kong down eight tenths percent ten year treasury up one thirty second yield one point seven eight percent and the yield on the two year one point five two percent comex gold is up one point eight percent or twenty seven dollars twenty cents at fifteen seventy nine eighty announce the euro one point one one nine seven against the dollar and again but eight point no one nation Karen tensions between the US and Iran are getting hotter Tehran is threatening retaliation over the killing of its top general and it's also abandoning limits on uranium enrichment meanwhile in a rock the government is looking to expel American forces we get the very latest now from Bloomberg international editor Jody Schneider calls reprisal from the region that there be attacks on U. S. assets and US service people in the region we've seen the rock parliament actually vote that the U. S. remove its troops from that country and on the Iranian side we've heard from them in terms of the Iran nuclear agreement the twenty fifteen agreement that they will no longer abide by a key part of that agreement which is that they no longer in rich uranium the killing of Qassem Soleimani is appearing to unite Iranians with thousands turning out to mourn the general over the weekend as around threatens retaliation and Iraq seeks the removal of US troops president trump is issuing threats of his own to both nations here with details as Bloomberg's Derek Waldeck Donald Trump put in very stark terms that if Iran does anything the U. S. will retaliate and he said he reserves the right to retaliate disproportionately the other one that adds new risk that we haven't necessarily seen before is following the Iraq vote president trump threatened to sanction the U. S. ally Iraq if they kicked out US forces and did not reimburse for cost spent on base construction which is billions of US dollars billions plural of US dollars the US led fight against Islamic state is being suspended in a rocket forces instead focus on protecting bases that have recently come under attack the tension in the region as oil prices spiking again today Bob McNally is president of Rapidan energy advisors our assessment is that the odds of an over to US military conflict with Iran went from about five percent to about twenty five percent and we think crude has some more risk pricing to do at the end of the day we think will avoid a war because both president trump and the Iranian leadership wish to do so neither side wants to go into a full on military conflict in checking well now West Texas intermediate sub one percent or sixty three cents to sixty three dollars sixty nine a barrel Brent is up one point three percent at sixty nine fifty meantime in Europe leaders are scrambling to work out what they can do about tensions between the US and Iran we get details now from liver Sebastian sound like who is live from London good morning Sebastian good morning cara Nathan the U. S. killing of a top Iranian general was more than just a shock for the E. U. it was a disaster the block has been fighting an increasingly desperate and lonely campaign to keep the twenty fifteen Iran nuclear accord together ever since president trump pull the U. S. out in two thousand eighteen the fruits of more than a decade of diplomatic efforts by France Germany and U. K. was laid to waste on Sunday when he Ron said it no longer considers itself bound by its international obligations to risk stretch the measurements of uranium these are the three countries issued a statement Sunday saying they are at your own to reverse all measures inconsistent with the tail live in London Sebastian sonic about daybreak thank Sebastian risk off sentiment is widespread in global markets the move lower for equity started immediately when trading opened in Asia Bloomberg's Juliette Sally joins us from Singapore with details morning Julia good morning I did encounter drive to safe havens like the yen so that a K. two to five have its biggest one day full since early October closing lower by almost two percent del again drop to mid one oh seven levels intraday bearish Lee breaching the one await to one ten range that it's held since mid October of elsewhere positive rate on China's economy with the Taschen December services PMI holding up in expansionary terror tree wasn't enough to boost sentiment on the mainland the CSI three hundred close down four tenths of one percent in Singapore I'm Juliet's Ali Bloomberg daybreak gradually at thank you the questions for markets now is what comes next co Q. and lowered his head a flow strategy at socio day general if you look at the track record in sort of twenty nineteen when he came to North Korea and crisis we have learned that reacting to quickly today sort of Joe politic arrests could be quite damaging for portfolio investment returns so I think it's safe haven have reacted the way they should but I think that it will be very difficult to see a complete set of the buckle in terms of war simply because Iran will have a lot more to lose and therefore I think they might be more subtle retaliation over a longer period of time as opposed to it'd Phatak type situation and attention as gold having the highest level since twenty thirteen respond gold the trading at one thousand five hundred seventy seven dollars an ounce analysts believe Iran will retaliate but it's less clear what form that may take some of the killers had deputy head of the Middle East the Chatham house but it's also about setting sort of a president and the message to the United States and this was sort of one step too far and here Iran very much chance to control the narrative of how it responds and I think Iran has to escalate because it's the only way out of the sanctions faced maximum pressure policy and sort of crisis and it is already under going with the trump administration and more on the tensions coming up this is Bloomberg six so seven on Wall Street we bring in Michael bar with the latest world and national news morning Michael good morning David.

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"moscow" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"moscow" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"It. It had garland in it. I think it obamacare grammy's tony breath in it right defensive farms. Maybe is a fancy farms which some big kentucky political hoo-ha and it had this graveyard and and tamie mcgrath was was an per supporters were outraged that that <hes> mcconnell seemed to be wishing for her death or making sport of her death and then there was also a cutout of a._o. See that's mcconnell. You very young. Teenage mcconnell supporters were were <hes> man-handling manhandling and various slightly grotesque ways boy handling boy handling yes <hes> so emily. Do you think okay it was growth but does is. It deserves the three minutes even that we're about to give to it. Does this is a real controversy. Is that why why will the tombstone things. I think that it was several hours. After the el paso dayton shootings like suggesting that you know you want your political opponent dead i mean that's i think that verges verges into like really not a good idea. You know look this the mcconnell supporters who were being gross about the a._f._c. z. cutouts supposedly were high school students so like you know is mcconnell entirely responsible for them no of course not on the other hand shaming him over over them a little bit like that seems fair game. I think the stuff is exactly that some people wearing t shirts touching cut out in <hes> not a nice way but actually when john road did it with the hillary clinton cutout hates. It was a different time in two thousand eight. The only reason that it popped national attention is that everything that highlights does and maybe you could criticize her for taking attention off the moscow mitch thing she also dated in the middle of a spate of concern about school shooting. I would say among our national issues. It's not in the top thousand. Do you think the grim reaper graveyard it is tasteless and and <hes> he should be chastised for how offensive that is. I mean he did kill the green or i don't know if he's going to kill the green new deal. That's more of a strangled the crap no. I don't think it's tasteless. I think that it's not it's. I don't think it actually endangers anyone. I think it's symbolic speech. That's goes back to the days of every thomas nast political cartoon hope. Nothing happens to amy mcgrath. I mean i think that sure i don't know i guess i'm just increasingly uncomfortable with like death and violent images being tied directly to actual people and i am thinking of gabby giffords as i say that i you know you know like look. It'll probably be fine. We are awash in violent disgusting imagery etc but i don't know it just seems like really his his co. But his critics okay i'll stand up for mitch mcconnell his critics label him as an insult. The grim reaper he ju jitsu turns turns around owns it and then some of his supporters put on this display. You know whose fault was injecting the death imagery in the first place. I have a good answer for that. It's no one's fault..

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"moscow" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"moscow" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Moscow Russian police have detained three hundred eleven protesters from an unauthorized opposition protests activists are demanding free elections so who will be the next director of national intelligence Dan coats is leaving the president nominated Texas congressman John Radcliffe but his nomination was met with questions about his experience and qualifications CBS news correspondent Tom phony Mr trump says he does have candidates in mind three of them he'll be reviewing over the weekend with a pick likely by Monday the current number two in the intelligence director's office has congressional support but there have been reports that the White House feels otherwise the second in command of the agency would be sued Gordon in Gilroy California an update on the investigation into last weekend's mass shooting at a garlic festival initially police reported that they had shot and killed the suspected gunman a core coroner's report indicates the suspect was indeed wounded by police but then turned his own gun on himself police chief Scott smithy in my mind it changes nothing you know the office you still got their fast they engage in fast the Bruins fire and they eliminated the threat whether he fired that final shot or not in my mind changes nothing this is CBS news CBS news radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world we give you the coverage you can trust there's nothing like meeting face to face and there's nothing like zoom to make that happen soon let.

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"moscow" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"moscow" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Yeah me too totally all right well that was easy arguments from the peanut gallery. I think there is something to be further looked into in litigated <hes> because it's like it's still something still doesn't sit right though right that like wikileaks could walk away for that entire situation squeaky-clean but it might just be the case that that's how it has to be for us to uphold First Amendment Rights Yeah agreed. We have to really protect host so do they have like <hes> like a wikipedia style donation thing on their page because people could boycott that you need some kind of consequence consequences if it works the same way otherwise we would just go in and I'll change the pages and money. It's free speech same argument Ron Paul Offspring just keeping that sign alive libertarian funded one hundred percent gosh all right guys. It's time for a social media call to action all right so an OP ED in Washington Post. This Week is making Turtle Dick Mitch Super Sad and the story says Mitch is standing by trump up in refusing to lift a finger to defend against Russian election interference in two thousand twenty because trump can make or break any other legislation Mitch Might WanNa Pass. He doesn't seem to want to bring anything to the floor for a vote these days the Washington Post article didn't even mention the two point five million dollars McConnell accepted from lend Levada Nick nor did they mention <hes> his Deripaska reach around when he voted to lift sanctions on the oligarch so he could get a giant Russian aluminum plant in his home state and no homosexual shaming on the reach around. That's just a friendly gift a- anyone can reach around. Yes exactly thank you. I just wanted to combination yeah those emails though not not a homophobic comment just a favor <hes> but regardless of those things not being being mentioned in Wapo trump called the Washington Post a Russian asset and this is a signal to me that someone is leaked some of the F._B._i.. Counter intelligence findings to trump saying he's an asset because his M._o.. Is that once he finds out he does something wrong. He accuses his opponent of doing the same thing. Yeah can't spill asset without mass asked hat Russian asset and morning Joe Morning Joe Joe Scarborough <hes> has coined the term Moscow Mitch and according to The Washington Post and now it's trending on twitter so please had to social media and keep Hashtag Moscow Mitch on the Charts I love that we should like do a little experiment and try to get a bill bill. That's pro Russia on the floor and C Mitchell vote for that like Russia is awesome bill. Go yes this is we are putting the bill forward that says we need to hand the overall of our internal polling data to the Kremlin. Oh yeah that's so curious about what she's a little test bill yeah yeah he'll be tempted. You know he will really sweaty betty. Yeah holy crap all right guys. We'll be right back in one second. Thanks for listening to the daily beans the new morning news podcast with swears if you sign up and become a patron and not only will you get ad free episodes are newsletter and research notes presale.

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"moscow" Discussed on Trump, Inc.

Trump, Inc.

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"moscow" Discussed on Trump, Inc.

"Trump ink is supported by ZipRecruiter. Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go where hiring is simple and smart that place ZipRecruiter where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free. It's recruiter dot com slash WNYC. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. WNYC studios supported by breach a podcast that takes you inside the world's biggest hacks. How they're done who does them and what's really at stake and this season. They're investigating the worst breach ever equifax. Listen to season two by subscribing to breach. That's B R E A C H in your podcast app. Right now. Be clear. Mr. Trump knew of and directed the Trump Moscow negotiations throughout the campaign and lied about it. He lied about it because he never expected to win. He also lied about it because he stood to make hundreds of millions of dollars on the Moscow real estate project that of course, as Michael Cohen testifying before congress in February about a business deal. He was working on in two thousand fifteen in two thousand sixteen I lied to congress with Mr. Trump stopped negotiating the Moscow tower project in Russia. I stayed that we stopped the Goshi aiding in January of twenty sixteen that was false our negotiations continued for months later during the campaign Cohen had a point he kept coming back to. So this was just businesses usual business as usual. This isn't a regular course of business. Regular course of business, and what was that in this deal assigned agreement with a second tier developer discussions with banks that had been sanctioned after the Russian invasion of Crimea. And at least one talk with the Kremlin. How did the president actually directed negotiations? If to each to each communication that I had I would report back to him and our goal was to get this project. We were interested in ill, ding. What would have been the largest building in all of Europe? All of this while Russia was staging an attack against the US elections. Hello and welcome to Trump Inc. Podcast from WNYC and propublica that digs deeply into the Trump family business. I'm Andrea Bernstein. You've probably heard something about the Trump Tower Moscow. Trump organization real estate deal in Moscow tower in Moscow tower in Moscow tower, Mazi Trump Tower Moscow tower Moscow two hours in Montreal tower in Moscow about the Trump Tower Moscow deal Trump Tower Moscow. All right. We're going to help you make sense of the cacophony of coverage today on the show. We're going to lay out the new information we found about Trump's Moscow efforts and there were a number of them. His last effort which happened during the campaign, and as other investors were fleeing Moscow involved a partner who didn't appear to be in any position to get the job done. It was a deal in which Trump's proxies needed and sought help from the Kremlin that put Trump the candidate in a position of seeking favors from a hostile foreign power. We reached out to the Trump organization the White House and to Michael Cohen would did not get a response. But we know we're going to learn more the Moscow negotiations are now being closely scrutinized by congressional investigators in Cohen's business associate at the Moscow deal. A man named Felix Seder is scheduled to testify before congress in late March. I little history. You don't actually have to work that hard to find out what Trump's interest in building in Moscow got started because he told us himself and his nineteen eighty-seven book, the art of the deal the very first chapter coming after an entry on hiring pool contractors at mar-a-lago. He says he happens to sit next to the Soviet and Basseterre at a luncheon. And one thing leads to the next and he has invited to Moscow by the Soviet tourism agency to talk about building a luxury hotel. And so he and his wife, Ivanka and their assistance go to Moscow, they stay in linen, suite at the national hotel Trump's first attempted to deal in Moscow falls apart. He blames communism in nineteen Ninety-six. Trump is back in Moscow this time he brings with him a friend Howard Lorber, a big time New York realtor with some business in Russia. There's actually a Russian news clip on YouTube of the strip it shows Trump's ending with a number of Russian officials, including. Leading the deputy mayor of Moscow their table with glass bottles of coke and water in the center supreme muteness Greenville gusty. So you're the Super Bowl to Suji is we do Americans kept. Moscow Times writes, if things go the way, Donald Trump plans, and they usually do he will be the first big time developers since Joseph Stalin to attach his name to highrise towers in Moscow things do not go. As Trump plans on his second attempt to do a deal in Moscow, also falls apart and in two thousand six Donald junior, and Yvonne ca Trump go to Moscow there with Trump business associate Felix Seder, a Russian emigre who grew up in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn Seder has a criminal record for financial fraud. But by this point in time, he's been gathering intelligence for US law enforcement agencies. He's working on reinventing themselves putting together licensing deal selling the Trump brand to developers who pay millions of dollars for the right to put Trump's name on their buildings here. Seder in an interview with C N N's Chris Cuomo last year, he's asked if it's true that he went to Russia with Don jR. And devante that is true. Because you know, that the the general counsel of the Trump organization says it's not true Felix was just in Russia at the time that the kids were there it wasn't coordinated. Is that true? The president asked me to be in Russia at the same time as them to look after them the president asked you. Yes, sir directly directly in his telling Seder says he convinced Russian contact to let them tore the Kremlin. They walked by Vladimir Putin's office while they're there Seder's says he asked the guards if Ivanka than twenty-five could sit in Putin's chair, they balked he says. And so he told them what you're gonna do steal his pen. And then he says she sat and spun around in Putin's chair twice. She told the New York Times it's possible. She sat in Putin's chair, but just not recall Felix Seder declined to be interviewed for the podcast after this trip. Donald Trump junior keeps travelling to Moscow. The Trump organization starts working on deals, and Latvia and Georgia in Azerbaijan in two thousand twelve Don, jR, attends of banking conference in Riga, Latvia and sits down for a videotaped interview, he sitting in an ornate wooden table in a dark suit and a pale blue tie across from his to interviewers, and they ask him something along the lines of why are you focusing on former Soviet satellite countries when the big money's and Moscow. You just told about your new product in Georgia butter have never heard about any projects in Russia. But it's big market may be it should be interesting for such a it is I've been there many times I spent quite a bit of time in Moscow looking at deals a lot of that was before. Sort of the world changed. This isn't twenty twelve. He says interest is starting to pick back up again. And what would you do in Russia? What kind of it depends on of the things that I've looked at dusk for I've looked at everything from resort to hotel. I was there last summer looking at a potential golf development just a few years before the presidential campaign. The trumps are back in Russia scouting sites. In

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"moscow" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"moscow" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Moscow has denied roiling US politics through social media. The Kremlin has kicked out as baseless claims of a political disinformation campaign on social media reports released by the Senate intelligence committee on Monday suggested Moscow's efforts to help Donald Trump in his twenty sixteen. Presidential bid through social media were more far reaching than originally thought. But Vladimir Putin's spokesman to meet she peskov rejects the claims saying the committee sought to shift blame for the social tensions in the US to Russia without offering proof. He's reaffirmed a strong denial of any meddling in US politics. I'm Charles with desma, predominantly Muslim ethnic minorities in China are forced to live and work in internment camps aimed at cracking down on their religion the AP found one detention camp where men and women so close that are exported to a US supplier of school team. Uniforms. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. Arizona's governor named Martha mcsally to replace Senator John Kyle in the US Senate seat that once belonged to Senator John McCain Republican governor Doug Ducey says mix Sally will take over after Kyle's resignation becomes effective December thirty one MC. Sally lost the Senate race to democratic Representative Kirstin cinema. She says she and cinema fought a spirited campaign. But she is confident they will now be able to work together in the Senate for Zona. There's a lot of common ground between us, and I'm ready to hit it running. Arizona's two senators have always worked together for decades. That's our tradition and how we're most effective, and that's how I plan to serve MC Sally will serve until the twenty twenty election. When voters will elect someone to serve the final two years of John. Mccain's term Kyle was appointed after John McCain's death from brain cancer. And that was back in August. More on these stories can be found at townhall dot com. If.

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"moscow" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"moscow" Discussed on Hostage

"Iban Al Khattab invaded the adjacent Russian Republic of Dagestan in an attempt to establish an Islamic caliphate. This coincided with bombings. And the Russian cities of Moscow Volgodonsk in raise on that following September, the state controlled media and politicians in Russia pin, the blame for these bombings on Chechen terrorists most notable among the outspoken Russian leadership was forty six year old future Russian President Vladimir Putin who was then head of the federal security service. He took a strong stance on crushing Chechen resistance. But rumors persisted that the Chechens were not behind the bombings and the Russian federal security service or FSP had in fact organized these attacks as it turns out FSP agents were caught planting secondary explosive devices in the city of raise on Russian humanitarian Sergei Kovalyov noted, quote, we don't know who carried out the bombings of the apartments, we do know who used it. It was the campaign staff of Ladimir, Putin and. Quote, Chechen president must call dove subsequently declared a Gazave hot or holy war on the Russian army in retaliation for the perceived attempt to frame Chechnya for a terrorist attack. The moderate who had won the election was no more president Moscoso found himself fighting alongside Shamila Besigye have and it all Khattab the human rights violations committed by both Russians and Chechens against each other throughout the nineteen nineties has had some academics questioning the use of the term terrorism to describe anti Russian Chechen attacks Olga nuts. Kula a professor of political science and crack off one stated that the conflict between Russia and Chechnya was simply irreconcilable according to her research. Russian leaders are intent on keeping Chechnya from having independence using any methods necessary and. Chechen 's in turn have adopted the motto quote, death or freedom. Unlike the first Chechen war, the second conflict went largely unreported in Russian media Chechnya was so dangerous that few journalists dared venture there for a story and the state controlled Russian media was intent on stoking anti Chechen sentiments among the public the Russian media did tie Chechen guerrilla fighters to some of bin Laden, if an all Khattab claimed to have met bin Laden and undergone training in Afghanistan alongside members of Al Qaeda, and some of the Arab militants who trained Khattab were spotted in a home video of moths of training in the woods for many. This is a strong indication that mob Sar and his comrades were supported in some capacity by Al Qaeda, while they employed similar strategies any actual collaboration between Chechen insurgents. And Al Qaeda seems to be sporadic. The relationship seems to have been more based on bartering for supplies than collaborating on battle strategies, the ties between Islam terrorists in the Middle East and the Islamic fanatics in Chechnya is not inconceivable, but many believe that Putin's government exaggerated their ties to win support from the west. There was one common tactic used by the Chechens, and Al Qaeda suicide bombings in June two thousand sixteen year old Luisa Magomadova and seventeen year old kava Brian plotted the first recorded suicide bombing carried out by Chechen terrorists. Kava was rby beret of sister and mauve cyber ent- Louisa in kava. Drove a truck filled with explosives into a Russian special forces barracks. Just south of grows. Ni according to a spokesman for the Chechen rebels cover pariahs last words were quote, I'm going willingly to my death in the name of Allah and the freedom of the Chechen people end quote. After breaching the perimeter the women detonated the explosives killing themselves and around twenty seven Russian soldiers. This bombing had a monumental impact on the methodology of warfare between Chechen 's and Russians, suddenly and tragically bombings became a horrific. Norm. RB variety was finally killed on June. Twenty second two thousand one in a raid by Russian special forces after his uncle's death mob. Sar now in his early twenties. Took command of the spur mov shar. Now, how does own squad of loyal soldiers willing to die in the fight against Russian oppression. He had seen firsthand how the tactics of taking hostages and employing suicide bombers worked as a -ffective terrorist strategies as mob saw Berea plan to take hostages Russian artists. Planned, a landmark theatrical production. In the mid nineteen ninety S Russian folk musician Georgi Seila was inspired here just witness to production of the acclaimed musical Les Miserables in an idea was forming in his head..

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"moscow" Discussed on X96

X96

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"moscow" Discussed on X96

"I have a couple of my own moscow pee i don't know who did this but you put a mattress and old mattress on the park strip under a tree because you want to get rid of it real i mean so you just leave it there on the park strip under a truck i mean really and the news people when they're doing a news story and they don't really have anything to show you on onscreen and it is news so they put up a google map of where it's really easy it's just lazy was all we could do all we can bring ourselves to do for the story is show you a google map of where where this one from tricia the never ending pain that goes along with having both of your knees replaced too i'm really glad i had them replaced because that fixed a much worse problem however oh my god will this stupid pain ever go away i suppose so i will be patient it'll it'll go away fishing well this one from sarah having store employees referred to the merchandise as though it is there's personally for example i asked you very young employees at a clothing store for specific size and they respond well let me check my computer it doesn't look like i have those in right now this happens all the time everywhere from the grocery store to the hardware store i don't think i have what you're looking for i don't have those in stock i don't sell those it's not yours unless you're the owner of the store stop referring to it as you personally purchase those items and put them on the shelves to sell personally you don't own them therefore you should not use a first person term possession to refer to these things i'm okay with them referring to the store as we that's fine you are referring to the store and a team as a whole we don't have blah blah blah must go thanks for letting me listen how never never noticed that i i've noticed it but it doesn't bother me seems like it's somebody who's taking pride in their business but there you and then finally this one from sarah when people use language or words in a way to try to sound much smarter or superior than they are and then completely misuse the word for example i know lady who always says things like i would never have guessed fish cooked on the grill could taste so well no you mean i never would have guessed fish cooked on the grill could taste so good but i can't correct these people because it would just make me look like a pretentious snob as well so i don't gary let's see this from christian garcia greetings my lords radio and podcasts griffin's to you chris from greensboro north carolina all away with my moscow's he can't hear them today oh that's too bad my girlfriend's limited alcohol knowledge especially when picking beer or wine don't send her to the store yeah trainer take a picture of your favorite beer wine send it to her and say this is good brunch places that don't serve mimosas christian has a very fancy man the eternally angry dc fan boy that everyone at work is tired of listening to amen my indecision in naming minute kitty should i stay with tradition and name him after star trek captains or start with a new series since i've already used up all the good captain names i'm open for suggestions how about you start naming it after star trek doctors start with mccoy how many cats are you have been through pal early as well they all wear little red shirt motza at least five or six all right this one from lionel james lewis things must go people who tailgate me on the way to work at four thirty in the morning despite the fact that i'm going to speed limit and they begin flashing their lights honking at me it only makes me slow down and you look like an idiot you should see the smile on my face while you freak out lionel dumpy okay get over carries the one that's terry move over move over carries the only other one on the road at that time right right from my james people that use the mcdonald's drive through in the morning to order half the menu all i want is just a coffee but i have to sit and wait for you and the quest that you're apparently on to get diabetes people that take city league softball way too seriously sorry you never reached your dream of being in.

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"moscow" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

Z Talk Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"moscow" Discussed on Z Talk Radio

"Moscow lorde given that could you said long don's old names trai oh you until switch if leanne campbell bombs of but jio ryu leekens down bentonville emme good jay larkin said but that he had seen sure me oh man the fbi seven that could japan that that ceremony is let shared.

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"moscow" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"moscow" Discussed on PRI's The World

"For the values of democracy and freedom vladimir karamursel their head of the bosnian saw freedom foundation and in that report from the bbc's garry o'donoghue in washington now to some lighter news at a moscow it snowy i know that might not sound like news but i'm talking about record breaking levels of snow sergei gory ash goes in moscow with our partners at the bbc seen it looks like a huge pile of snow right now there are a lot of traffic jams on the road unless the emergence associates urged drive us to use public transport more than a months worth of snow fell in moscow within just thirty six hours at the weekend and this is the biggest snowfall up the russell capitals since mitterrand's icl records again so moscow may circus of any has already old the event like the snow fall on the century all 2000 feast collapsed under the weight of snow even one person his dad but now the emergency services are working to clean the streets up and so while the city's trying to deal with these huge amount of no i mean a few weeks ago we were talking about virtually zero snow in moscow as abnormal as this very large amount of snow seems to be but just check me on that what is more abnormal in moscow tons of snow or no snow and is this difference kind of confusing paypal what actually last i did decades it's more normal when there is no slow at toll even in just cold but it's not snowing so much this sort of situation that have two days really extraordinary for the city by i've never seen anything like that on the people i think are also shocked was such an amount of snow how're you personally coping sergei while i to go uh do that my metro station just by myself i can use the bus and today are they were a lot of traffic jams on the street sound diet was more comfortable just to walk of it i actually was notes so comfortable at all because.

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"moscow" Discussed on WPUL Radio 1590

WPUL Radio 1590

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"moscow" Discussed on WPUL Radio 1590

"Hm in moscow but june razer and by john adding the julianne hough good that did do the plane state ddos attack emme yes this this.

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"moscow" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"moscow" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"moscow" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

The Cryptoverse

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"moscow" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

"Now did say that these might ease the wool at versions of the cod are limited edition it says right they're limited edition designed for my eat the wallet so if you're a big fan of my eighth wallet and you want to support him go and check this out at the lincoln the video description looks pretty cool to me i like the idea of it being a plastic cod rather than a papal wallet because they'll be more durable and then this as a give the gift of lethem's o globo one of these cards an entity give it to someone else by handing over the the private key which is hidden in the security seal nice nice does he collaboration between different companies and he theories based isn't it i onto the fed story moscow stock exchange proposed to trade cryptocurrencies this article comes from bitcoin dot com air days this was published actually today the 30th of august and kevin helms's the article author so praised him for that so i have highlighted just a couple of bit saw this article which i think the most pertinent the squid onto the red bit fest there it is it says the exchange the moscow stock exchange plans to trade cryptocurrencies as well as derivatives and exchangetraded funds based on them ets which we knew like bitcoin etf an american all that was big deal right but to me this is old paradigm old paradigm thinking the question is why would anyone want to buy a derivative of bitcoin when you can just hold the bitcoin yourself.

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