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Dozens killed and missing after thousands flee insurgent attacks in Mozambique

BBC Newshour

02:07 min | Last month

Dozens killed and missing after thousands flee insurgent attacks in Mozambique

"Of civilians were displaced when Islamist militants attacked the northern Mozambique and coastal town of Palmer a week ago that the militants ransack buildings and beheaded residents. Dozens were killed and many more are still missing after a coordinated attack seen as the biggest escalation of a conflict that has engulfed Kaaba Delgado province. On Wednesday, the Mozambican army said troops were carrying up what it called a cleansing operation in Palmer. As many as 10,000 civilians have sought refuge in the A phone Give peninsula close to Parma town on To the of Fungi Peninsula. What we know is that after a week, there's still a lot off problems, Shootings and another kind off confrontations, so it looks like the city remains empty. Ana. Thousands of people are hiding in the in the forest or trying to get some shelter in a small village just in front of the fungi gas camp, which the place is called The tuna. So there are still people coming into that camp on the phone. Give peninsula even though the attack took place a week ago. Yes, Yesterday, the back, waited another around 1000 people we're now waiting in the pimp purports to be this market. And you know it's a lot of people probably hiding in the forest and walking because we did receive very, very few, comparatively very few numbers. I mean in the west in Nanga, and whether this around 3002 pork or some people arrive on in the South, even less so. It's a lot of people missing on what they recall is that people is very afraid of getting into the road. So everybody's working by the forest and is taking much more much longer. And I should be this 100 150 kilometers at these times in between mother, for example, on Paloma

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"mozambican" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

04:46 min | 3 months ago

"mozambican" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

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"mozambican" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

05:18 min | 4 months ago

"mozambican" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

"In some ways that they they felt they got something in return from al shabab. The critics pay al-shabaab tax or fee. Al-shabaab leave them alone. It guarantees degree of security is something that government do the in some cases you actually get the local population saying what it's worth it to pay these groups because then they'll leave us alone. We'll have a bit of protection. So it's interesting to see the way that the groups have become less kind of foreign funded even though they will still be getting some money from overseas but they're getting taxes locally and in fact i heard from one senior united nations official who i spoke to said that in fact al shabaab and i don't know whether this is true. This is what they totally al-shabaab was actually sending. Some money had raised locally overseas to help fund extremist groups outlet in the well so that was really interesting because normally you think the money would be coming in to africa but if it's true that they're actually funding groups outside africa. That's a whole new level of threats that we're confronted with mary within all of this chaos. It seems that not all the news is bad. From african. in many countries social and economic indicators have improved. We've podcasts at about that. As and there's a new trade initiative among african nations are the african nations also working together in anti-terrorism efforts or is this to spread out into atomised to be able to do something from the inside. I mean they're all efforts. Like if you look in nigeria and in the suhel there are groups of countries have got together for example nesia cameroon nigeria to try to combat the threat of poco haram and slavic states affiliated groups. That but they don't seem to have had tremendous success partly because you've also got not know armies trying to deal with the problem and then international voltage as well so that they're not very well. Cooled nathan that quite a confusion so but they're all kind of regional efforts. You get the same in that same. Mozambique tanzania because they've will now been tapped by mozambican miss. They say that they're going to be working closely with the move on beacon that problem you have with the somali example. You have an african union force. Made up of countries like uganda. Windy djibouti.

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Dozens of migrants die in shipping container on truck in Mozambique

UN News

05:11 min | 1 year ago

Dozens of migrants die in shipping container on truck in Mozambique

"Well in Mozambique on Tuesday fourteen deeply. Traumatized male migrants were rescued from a sealed shipping container on a lorry bound for South Africa. According to the International Organization for Migration Sixty four other men on the truck died from US. Fixation an interview with you and uses. Daniel Johnson. Iom's Sondra Black explains where the migrants came from and what the agencies doing to raise awareness about the dangers of such journeys lever the tragic news yesterday morning that the bodies of sixty four migrants were found in the back of a truck that had come from Malawi. The survivors reported that they were from Ethiopia and that they're on their way to South Africa in search of better opportunities for their own lives. Iowa most is in close contact with the National Migration Service of Mozambique in order to provide immediate assistance for the survivors. Do you know how they found the truck required to pull over at a checkpoint and police spoke with the driver asked him the contents of the vehicle where Austin to open the back of the truck and very sadly those bodies where found but we were glad. At least there's fourteen survivors. Thank goodness there. Were some survivors. It really does sound horrific. Do you have any more details? About where the migrants came from a- they all men are there any women and children. All of the migrants are men. No minors no. When we realized that these men were travelling from Malawi. And they're coming from Ethiopia with the goal of reaching South Africa. We have seen similar incidents in the past car accidents of migrants who are coming from Horn of Africa who are attempting to travel to South Africa in search of education and economic opportunity of course traveling down through Mozambique Malawi areas. That were really really hit by two massive tropical storms Kennedy. What's the situation for migrants? I mean it's tough enough for many in. Mozambique so are they not aware that conditions are absolutely dire for many in Mozambique on their way through to South Africa. Mozambique is along this southern Africa routes where we see migrants coming from eastern Africa traveling down to South Africa but we still in Mozambique have over one hundred thousand people in resettlement sites. The country is still recovering from SCICLUNA die and cyclone. That happened one year ago. We realized that these migrants are looking for educational and Economic Opportunities. Some of them are fleeing violence so they may feel themselves to be in desperate situations. I'm would've you manage to find out from these migrants not necessarily those rescued from the latest. Laurie tragedy. What does it they tell you? What are they looking for? Exactly the situation that some of these migrants are fleeing is fleeing hardship in their countries fleeing poverty. There may be fleeing islands. They may not have the opportunities that they need in order to find employment to support their families so that they feel that migration is an opportunity to improve their circumstance so they choose to leave their homes many in this region we see them travelling to South Africa. So what's the IOM's daily work if you like? What's your objective? Both in preventing people from risking their lives in really dangerous journeys down from the east of Africa to the south. And how do you maybe get some people home repatriate them? That's one of the International Organisation of Migration Semaine functions to isn't it? I O N Mozambique in cooperation with other missions. The South Africa where involved in information-sharing we want migrants to realize the dangers of these irregular migration journeys. We also have a project. In order to voluntarily return migrants to their home countries. We have returned over several hundred migrants. Who WENT TO SOUTH AFRICA? Who did not find the opportunities that they were looking for and wanted to voluntarily return to their home country so just from from Mozambique. We've returned over three hundred migrants Mozambican migrants in the past few years from South Africa and finally in terms of covert nineteen preparedness. What can you tell us about the state of play in? Mozambique the moment many cases of infection there are a few cases of coveted nineteen in Mozambique. This question is best placed for the World Health Organization but all UN agencies are in support of the government of Mozambique the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization to respond to this

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Salesman Cleared in $2 Billion Mozambican Scam in Blow to U.S.

BBC World Service

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Salesman Cleared in $2 Billion Mozambican Scam in Blow to U.S.

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News in Brief 20 September 2019

UN News

03:34 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 20 September 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations the death of a Sudanese man in Libya who was shot after being returned to shore by the Coast Guard has been condemned by a UN humanitarian agencies who Friday reiterated their call for the country's migrant detention centers to close according to the International Organization for Migration Iom. I'm the man was among more than one hundred migrants resisting being sent back to detention centers when shots were fired in the air at seater in Tripoli on Thursday in Geneva. Either Iowa spokesperson suffered Mercedes' explained that the migrant was seriously wounded in the stomach and died after being admitted to a nearby clinic. I am staff who were on on the scene to provide aid to the migrants report that armed men began shooting in the air where several migrants tried to run away from their gods. The use of live bullets against the unarmed vulnerable civilians men women and children alike is unacceptable under any circumstances some five thousand thousand migrant women children and men are still detained in Libya in conditions described as inhumane by Iowa on more than three thousand held in areas of active conflict which which continues to worsen in and around Tripoli amid ongoing clashes between the UN recognized government and forces law to rival challenger Kelly for after the UN agency. You won't violence against for nationals in south. Africa has forced more than fifteen hundred people to flee their homes. UNHCR said on Friday a attacks have left at least twelve people dead including refugees and South Africans. The agency's Charlie actually told journalists in Geneva he said UN staff off had also seen a spike in the number of calls to emergency hotlines in recent weeks after incidents in places including catalog Johannesburg in the province people reporting voting their homes and businesses having been looted buildings and properties having been set on fire increased gang activity on the streets and rising incidents sense of sexual and gender based violence many refugees now too afraid to go to work or carry out their day-to-day trade despite having no alternative jeff sources of income today around eight hundred people have sought safety in community halls catalog but many have said that they want to return home to Mozambique Malawi and Zimbabwe Way. UNHCR's misty actually said reports indicate that dozens of Malawians and Zimbabweans have decided to return already along with more than one hundred and thirty Mozambicans weakens and over three hundred Nigerians working with the government of South Africa UNHCR has deployed relief teams emergency shelter Psychosocial Care Legal Assistance and support support for those who have lost their jobs because of the violence community dialogues have also been established with host communities to strengthen social cohesion the agency said and finally to Yemen where a record twelve point four million people have received emergency food assistance amid ongoing fighting announcing the development the World Food Program program or WFP said that importing storing and transporting this amount of aid in a war zone is a major challenge. It's calling four six hundred million dollars to ensure uninterrupted erupted food assistance for the next six months warning that without more funding the agency will have no choice but to reduce food rations to families from next month today more than four years of clashes between troops loyal to President Abdurrahman so Hattie and mainly Hootie opposition forces more than twenty million. Yemenis are food insecure. That's two thirds of the population Daniel Johnson U._N. News.

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Occidental Raises Cash Portion of Anadarko Bid as It Pushes for a Deal

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Occidental Raises Cash Portion of Anadarko Bid as It Pushes for a Deal

"Occidental Petroleum is raising its bid for on Darko petroleum to seventy six dollars per share. Now, this will be a mix of stock and new shares his company is trying to beat out rival Chevron for control of Anadarko at the same time Occidental says if it were to win. Win. It now has an agreement to sell Anadarko assets in four African countries to the French oil giant towel. We have more on that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Occidental has struck a contingent deal with total to sell assets in ALgeria Ghana Mozambican, South Africa for eight point eight billion dollars. That's as Occidental is in Darkazanli sets in the Permian basin of west, Texas and New Mexico. Instead the goal is getting the attention of Berkshire Hathaway Warren Buffett's company as greet to inject ten billion dollars in preferred equity Occidental to help finance an Darko

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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Denise Pellegrini Occidental, Occidental And Anadarko discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"Well. Occidental Petroleum is raising its bid for Anadarko to seventy six dollars a share. It's a mix of stock in new shares as it tries to beat out rival bidder. Chevron in the meantime, Occidental says if it wins it has an agreement to sell Anadarko assets in four African countries to French oil giant, total more on that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Occidental has struck a contingent deal with total to sell assets in L. Julia Ghana Mozambican South Africa for eight point eight billion dollars. That's as Occidental's Anadarko zest. That's in the Permian basin of west, Texas and New Mexico. Instead the goal is getting the attention of Berkshire Hathaway or in Buffett's company greet to inject ten billion dollars in preferred equity and Occidental to help finance an end Darko.

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Cyclone Kenneth Lashes Mozambique, With Floods Feared

UN News

01:35 min | 2 years ago

Cyclone Kenneth Lashes Mozambique, With Floods Feared

"Cyclone Kenneth swept into northern Mozambican Thursday evening, bringing heavy rain and ferocious winds sparking concerns of a new humanitarian emergency just weeks after cyclone EBay hit. According to the World Meteorological Organization or WMO the latest storm reached Mozambique after lashing the commerce islands where it claimed at least three lives. Here's spokesperson clan. Alice tropical cyclone Kenneth made landfall in northern Mozambique near the border with Tanzania in an area where no storm since the satellite era has ever been observed. So people in that region have never experienced a tropical cyclone, and they've certainly never experienced a tropical cyclone of that intensity. Will so. Cyclone? Kenneth has now been downgraded to a tropical depression by WMO. Some seven hundred thousand people are believed to remain at risk with up to six hundred millimeters of rain expected in the next ten days that's twice as much as the port city of Beira received during cyclone idiot. In March echoing the gravity of the situation and the critical lack of funding to help those affected Jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs, Archer said that the storm had ripped off roofs of homes and caused flooding in the affected province of cab. Oh delgado. The UN is working with the government and other humanitarian organisations on an immediate response plan. Public buildings have been made available where flood victims can shelter and the World Food Program or WFP said that it has more than one thousand five hundred tons of food either in place already

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News in Brief 26 April 2019

UN News

03:58 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 26 April 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. The weld absolutely needs to come together to boost development in poorer nations and halt runaway climate change U N secretary general Antoni guitarist said on Friday speaking in Beijing at the opening of a forum on China's belt and road initiative, a massive international trade and economic development plan. The UN chief said that it could contribute to a more equitable and prosperous world. Addressing Chinese president Xi Jinping mister Gutierrez, welcome China's leadership on climate action. It was helping to show the way the UN chief maintained noting the one hundred and twenty five billion dollar investment in renewable energy made by the government in two thousand seventeen he called for a quantum leap in mobilizing resources for the developing world to implement the sustainable development goals as well as the capacity to stop runaway climate change a unique opportunity to build a new generation of climate resilient people send. Cities and transit systems energy grids that protrudes low emissions and sustainability, but that will require emergency information in our we built all societies power our cities and invest in our economies tropical cyclone Kenneth swept into northern Mozambican Thursday evening, bringing heavy rain and ferocious winds sparking concerns of a new humanitarian emergency just weeks after cyclone EBay hit. According to the World Meteorological Organization or WMO the latest storm reached Mozambique after lashing the commerce islands where it claimed at least three lives. Here's spokesperson clan. Alice tropical cyclone Kenneth made landfall in northern Mozambique near the border with Tanzania in an area where no storm since the satellite era has ever been observed. So people in that region have never experienced a tropical cyclone, and they've certainly never experienced a tropical cyclone of that intensity. Will so. Cyclone? Kenneth has now been downgraded to a tropical depression by WMO. Some seven hundred thousand people are believed to remain at risk with up to six hundred millimeters of rain expected in the next ten days that's twice as much as the port city of Beira received during cyclone idiot. In March echoing the gravity of the situation and the critical lack of funding to help those affected Jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs, Archer said that the storm had ripped off roofs of homes and caused flooding in the affected province of cab. Oh delgado. The UN is working with the government and other humanitarian organisations on an immediate response plan. Public buildings have been made available where flood victims can shelter and the World Food Program or WFP said that it has more than one thousand five hundred tons of food either in place already available and finally to Mali in Africa's Suhel where one in three schools in the central Mopti region have been forced to close because of worsening violence. It's affected more than one hundred and fifty seven thousand children the warning from u n children's fund. Unicef follows the killing of more than one hundred and thirty people from a village in Bank s a month ago that included Forty-six youngsters spokesperson. Crystal billions told journalists that at least five hundred and twenty-five schools are closed in Mopti out of eight hundred sixty six at schools closed. Nationally, UNICEF is working closely with the education cluster on the ministry of education in order to provide an interrupted learning forfeited children through temporary mechanisms such as informer community learning centers. We also rolling out innovations such as the training of teachers through tablets outside the classroom. Mr. Billy Rak said that rising prices and the threat of food insecurity linked to a breakdown in state control and the rise. In violent extremists have also put additional pressure on families. Daniel Johnson UN news.

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"mozambican" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"mozambican" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's been two weeks since cyclone die parts of Mozambique, Bob, weight and Malawi the UN calls it possibly the worst weather related disaster in the history of the southern hemisphere. International relief effort is struggling to shore up resources to meet need in the region. Joining us now is day Cynthia reporter for the NCAA a South African news channel he's been reporting from Mozambican Zimbabwe Jason thanks for making time for us. Thanks for having me. So you were in Mozambique in the city of Beira, which took a direct hit during the storm. Tell us what you saw. That's right. In fact, I just heard recently that we are being called the first fifteen by the Mozambican government. And that's because I was with a group of rescuers from South Africa that had visited Mozambique during that time. In fact, we lift to Mozambique before the cyclone hit and got there just around the time that it had struck beta when we. Got there. Really? We didn't get the full extent of what had actually happened because it was quite dark at that time. We saw the destruction. We sold the roofs of houses, we saw the trinity polls that had fallen down. But it was really only the next morning when they was that threat of flooding that we realized that this is indeed a serious disaster. And you returned week after what did you see then? Well, I list I think it was seven or eight days after the cyclone had hit. And by that point. Fortunately, there was a lot of aid. That was pouring in. There was another South African organization called the gift of the givers that had arrived in the city of Beira. They were there was the World Food Program. The U N was they and everyone was trying to lend a hand the problem was that the easiest way to get to these people that were checked in floodwaters was via helicopter, and there was a shortage of helicopters now. The south African National Defence force did also bring in two of its choppers to the area, which was then being used for rescues and within the first two days of that happening. They already rescued about two three hundred people, but that was a small number compared to the thousands that were still trapped. What do we know about other parts of the African continent that we're affect? By the storm symboblic was also quite badly hedge as Wallace Malawi, but they were also reports that certain villages in Malawi had been prepared for the cyclone and did manage to survive boasts hardest hits though was Mozambique was beta it was the the boozy district way we saw severe flooding in Zimbabwe. They are still people that are missing at the moment. In fact, about thirty nine people were covered the bodies were recovered, but the stole tens others that that are missing at the moment and those operations to find the bodies are still ongoing vade seems that most of the problems had arose from structural collapses and people being trapped in the struggle in beta in contrast, it was the issue around the wartime people living on flood plains. So as a result of that they found themselves now trying to cling to to the tops of trees and rooftops. In order to escape the rising water. We know that there is the potential for a cholera outbreak. What is the status of that? Where does sanitation efforts stand at this point? Well, we've just received reports of the first Colorado related death in Mozambique. And sadly, it seems that that's going to be the first of many we were talking to rescuers. While we were there and one of the problems that had arose in is that while people were trapped you, and it really was a cruel irony that they were trapped surrounded by water, but you would imagine that after a few days thirst and hunger began to set in many of them had been ingested that water that they were surrounded and in one case hiding out at a sports stadium on the stands people that close to each other relieving themselves in the water babies. Also, a catching diseases from being in the water. And this was also the same water that they were ingesting and the wave of disease and the resultant effects of the flood are yet to come. What do we know about the children who were affected by this? How? How many have been separated or orphaned at this point? It's hard to put a number to that at the moment, but I can tell you this much that when we saw that first group of children coming in on the south African National Defence force helicopter. Really seven and eight years old some even toddlers you could see then already that they lost the appearance in civil cases. I saw little children are ten years old having to look after this sub links because some parents had washed away one child specifically told rescuers that she had watched a pittance being pulled away in the flood water. And in other cases, during rescue efforts woman children were also power ties. And there's no guarantee that by the time rescuers had gone back to the appearance that they would even be there. What about international efforts had help? I know you mentioned that initially. There were many of the players that we would expect to be there. But does the international community needs to be doing more? And is there a sense that the government local governments are not going to be able to handle the magnitude of the tragedy. As it stands. The local governments are not handling the extent of this problem. And it's because they don't have the resources of bigger countries richer countries. There was also a sins, and you would have seen reports to this effect us while that this being an African disaster was not taken as seriously as it would have been in other countries and other parts of the world. But at the same time, I can tell you this much that has been an outpouring of aid just yesterday. The United States is also shipped some food supplies about two thousand tons of food supplies. So certainly there is help coming through. But considering the extent of the damage in the hundreds of thousands, if not millions of people affected the more helps the bitterly and do we know what to expect next for? Now, the focus really remains on housing those that have been displaced and treating those that are now sick as a result of the. Floods. They our bodies to be covered when the water subsides completely. That's when the trust into. The storm is going to be known beta as a city needs to be rebuilt. Its infrastructure is almost completely destroyed the cellphone infrastructure. Fortunately is now up and running. Again. I did visit beta one more time last week and beta is looking a lot better. But certainly there's going to be a lot of work to be done to get back to this the standards of living that people will used to updates from the deadly cyclone die from day, Cynthia reporter with EMC, a a South African news channel basin. Thanks again on the official. Support for the takeaway comes from Babbel,.

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Cholera Cases Hit Cyclone-Stricken Mozambique with Far More Feared

1A

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Cholera Cases Hit Cyclone-Stricken Mozambique with Far More Feared

"It's been two weeks since cyclone. Isci killed hundreds in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. Now, the first cases of cholera have been reported in the Mozambique city of Beira the World Health Organization is expected to send nine hundred thousand doses of cholera vaccines to the region this week, and it says that the spread of waterborne diseases. Would Mark a second disaster Indira? This is the kind of thing that more developing parts of the world are having to deal with kind of the compound effects of both climate change. And then everything that comes with it. Absolutely. I mean climate change is affecting all coastal areas in the world and polar areas, but it's more heavily impacting those such areas in the developing world because they have fewer resources older infrastructure more crowded living conditions, you know, poor sewage systems all sorts of things that make them much more vulnerable. And as you said cyclone, it I, you know, hit Mozambican Zimbabwe and Malawi not only did it kill hundreds of people, but it displaced hundreds of thousands of people and flooded an area of three thousand square kilometers. So in the end, this this tropical storm has affected two million people as you said, the first cases of cholera are complicating everything, but I think let's look at it in in terms of the larger picture, which is that extreme weather of all forms, which is caused by climate change has has affected almost sixty two million. People last year, according to the World Meteorological Organization, and this is one example, but you know, the all the effects that we have from climate change are just getting worse and worse we see in Bangladesh, the Maldives certain countries that are meant to be the first to go underwater, and you're already seeing climate migrations. People escaping close to coastal areas and losing their livelihoods

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"mozambican" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mozambican" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"It's headquartered in the airport in Beira because you know, there's no electricity. There's no water. There's no telecoms or very little it's backup to some extent. Now, I believe since I left, but when I was there, especially as a journalist was very hot. Getting the news out because and the communications are down. So there's a huge operational center at the Bayreuth airport. That's been set up by the UN, and the Mozambican government, and with basically hundreds of humanitarian aid workers, and you know, about eight helicopters which have been doing relief efforts. And then at the port because this is a coastal town. There's also relief efforts set up with lots of boats going out to rescue people and the Indian navy, for example, has sent about six hundred sailors to help out the South African military sent a couple of helicopters and some troops to help out as well, then golden military. So there's been a regional. A response from from Muslim beaks neighbors in southern Africa as well as this huge international response, mainly being coordinated by the WFP and the World Food Program and other UN organizations. We'll so let me ask just to give give people here in the United States sense of the scale of the cyclone here. Because of course, you know, we're quite familiar with hurricanes in the, you know, in in the Gulf and along and along the lid here in the United States. But but how how big in devastating was this cyclone for southern Africa..

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1,000 feared dead after cyclone hits Mozambique's main port city

Michael Berry

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

1,000 feared dead after cyclone hits Mozambique's main port city

"Dozens are dead and many more feared dead after a cyclone in Mozambique. It is a real disaster of great proportions Mozambican, president Felipe you'll see told his countrymen during a radio interview the city of Beira with a population of half a million people took a direct hit from cyclone. I die the Red Cross. Saying ninety percent of the city is destroyed severe flooding has followed the cyclone over the past four days submerging entire villages. It's taken days for news to be relaid as all communications and power knocked out as the storm moves inland. At least one hundred people are said to have been killed in Malawi and Zimbabwe, but many areas remain cutoff. So authorities believe the death toll could still

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Deadly Tropical Cyclone Idai Barrels Towards Mozambique

UN News

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Deadly Tropical Cyclone Idai Barrels Towards Mozambique

"A major aid operation is underway. Way in Mozambique and Malawi to help victims of tropical cyclone it die which has reached the densely populated Mozambican port of better after registering. Maximum wind speeds of nearly two hundred kilometers per hour exceptional rainfall before the cyclone hit has already affected a total of one point five million people in both South African countries and claimed more than one hundred twenty lives. In addition tens of thousands of people have been displaced and homes, roads bridges and crops have been washed away weld food program or WFP spokesperson ever hersal told journalists in Geneva topical areas made landfall and they'd overly populated laws on beacon port city of Beira, which is his compound this took the flooding that radio cured as far inland assault on Malawi and eastern Zimbabwe. We know all the that some people sadly died in the past week in probably doing tonight. We don't have any numerous to communicate for the moment as that number. Is changing constantly the UN agency has already begun to assess the extent of the flood damage and prioritize needs among the most vulnerable. He added satellite imagery shows that Malawi's cheek w-we district has been particularly badly affected by flooding while Mozambique Zambia and teddy provinces have also seen tens of thousands of people displaced and more than one hundred and sixty eight thousand hectares of crops reportedly affected in addition to helicopters already sent by the South African government WFP is sending at least one transport helicopter to conduct emergency era perations in Mozambique.

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"mozambican" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"mozambican" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Back with more. You're listening to the Steve Allen retirement wealth shout it slowly inches upward. And as it climbs. You get more and more excited in soon. It reaches the top stops for just a second. And then it propels you down faster and faster. I mean, it's great as an amusement park ride stock markets investments being roller coasters, not so fun. Hi, it's Glenn Beck. And we have had quite a climb on the stock market. When is it going to reach the top? And what happens to all of the stuff that you've made and you've held onto as it's racing to the bottom. You won't have to worry about it. If you've had an experienced financial adviser show, you what could happen to your portfolio during and after a market correction now is the time to prepare pulse. Steve Holland at seven two seven two two eight forty six seventy four to find out what you can do right now before a market correction. Do what people in Tampa if done for over twenty five years ask Steve Holland seven two seven two two eight forty six seventy four when you're retired. You're going to be glad you took the time today. Seven two seven two two eight forty six seventy four. Happy to have you along for the Steve Holland retirement wealth sale. I'm Meghan Mozambican today on the show with Steve for talking about the five developments that could happen could creep up and how they could affect your retirement. We talked about taxes market volatility. Of course, we've got inflation to think about how sneaky that can be diversification. Steve need to talk about that. Because boy is we get closer to that retirement date. Diversification becomes incredibly important. Right. Oh, absolutely. You know, we all know, it's important to adjust your your portfolio, the closer you get to retirement. But a lot of people don't do this. They just don't do it. And I gotta tell you Megan. I'm guilty myself in in respect to this. It's a little bit different. But you know. Here's the problem. I about a month and a half ago, I joined one of those orange theory gems, and if you're not familiar with an orange theory, Jim it's really fantastic. I mean, you go there they give you a heart monitor and you're on the treadmill for a little while then you're on a rowing machine. Then you're at over at the weight bench. And then you go back and forth and back and forth. And you look up at the TV and you see your results. Well, I'll tell you. I'm I'm kind of competitive and most of the other people they're they're in their twenties and thirties, you know there. There's a couple other older gentlemen, like myself because I I'm in my fifties. And I look at my results on the TV. And I'm thinking, all right. I'm keeping up with these these youngsters, you know, these youngsters working out here who are in their twenties and thirties, I'm doing pretty well. And then, of course, it happens. I'm on the treadmill? I'm like, oh my gosh. Wow. What was that? And I get off the treadmill. My knees killing me and Meghan. I'll tell you. I went to see the doctor. I've been diagnosed I have a torn meniscus. Ouch. Tell me about it. And. I'm just really thankful. I have two legs because my right knee is killing me. I may have to have surgery, and you know, I was talking to Elizabeth about this. And I said, you know, what it's my own fault. I really didn't work out can give to my age. You know, here I am working out with all these people that are much younger than I am a again, there's a couple people at these at these orange theories that you know, the couple of people that are in their fifties. Sixties I even saw a guy there, and he said, I'm seventy two years old. I'm keeping up with these youngsters so. I kind of look at this. And I say yes same thing with investors. You can't be fifty eight sixty sixty two years old and have seventy five eighty ninety percent of your stuff in the stock market. Well, I guess you can if you don't need your money, if there's a market correction, and then we go into a, you know, a long-term bear market, a secular bear market that last ten fifteen years, but for most people you're going to need your money. So it's very very important to work with an adviser that has enough experience work within inviter that knows how to adjust your portfolio's work with an adviser. That keeps you in step keeps you out of trouble. You know, one of my favorite expressions comes from the entertainer. The piano man himself, Billy Joel now, I love Billy Joel I've seen him in concert. Probably. I dunno eight ten times over the years. He has this one son Meghan. And in the song. He says. I've lived long enough to learn the more you play with fire the more you get burned. Steve we were talking about that crystal ball that you have at your office. You say, it's it's basically a glorified paperweight. But in our magical crystal ball that we're talking about here on this show. Do you have a final citing in that crystal wall? Oh, you bet. I do. I absolutely do. I would say emergencies. You know, the roof is leaking the air conditioner stopped working. You know, I I have to run up north for my my niece. My my youngest sister's daughter is getting married. So, you know, emergencies pop up and you'd better be prepared for them. The last thing you wanna do is sell from your portfolio in a down market that just doesn't make any sense at all so planning with emergencies is really important one other thing I want to throw in here Meghan that we talk about now in then is okay. I need a retirement advisor, I need somebody that is seasoned somebody that has experience. But do I go to the big Wall Street firms or do I go to an inch? Independent like Steve Holland over there at the Holland group. Well, let me tell you the difference between a captive versus an independent agent captive agents or captive advisors. Have a boss they have what I call a puppet. Master. You know, it's the same thing Meghan like you go into a restaurant. What is the very first thing, you're handed. It's called on menu. Yet gotta pick from the menu..

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"mozambican" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"mozambican" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's estimated that one point six billion people have to pay bribes just to access public services and corruption spans the scale including money laundering in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Corruption isn't something we undertake individually either it can create a network of people expecting favors from each other. I'm nasty Tavakoli far. This is the BBC World Service and on the why factor we ask why do people collude in corruption? BBC news with Nick Kelly. The British Prime Minister Theresa May's embarking on a hastily arranged tour of Europe as she tries to salvage her Brexit deal. The talks in the Hague, Berlin and Brussels followed the dramatic moment of a parliamentary vote in Westminster on the agreement the president of the European Council. Donald tusk has warned that the Brexit deal. Cannot be renegotiated ballots have been counted following elections in five Indian states, which are being seen as a test of the popularity of the governing BJP ahead of a general election next year. Attention is focusing on one of the three biggest on on the three biggest states where voting took place Rajastan Madhya Pradesh and chatty scarf. The president of the DRC. Cabela's has his top priority is to ensure that elections scheduled for later this month goes smoothly. Speaking to the BBC, Mr Kabila played down reports that we hope to continue to play a role in politics following his departure. The Mozambican government says an audit of the civil service payroll has revealed about thirty thousand ghost workers. It said some were paid for jobs that have done others were dead or fictitious research in Scotland suggests that activities such as crosswords don't prevent mental decline in old age. Scientists said the view the brain training exercises could fight off cognitive decline were flawed three George three church. Bells taken his water from the Philippines, by US soldiers more than a century ago have been returned. The sermon is being. Held as an airbase in Manila to hand them over the bells were taken when US soldiers destroyed the town of Balan Higa. And two American nuns of admitted embezzling about half a million dollars from California school where they weren't sent to spend the money on travelling gambling in Las Vegas. The women retired from the school this year. BBC news. Hello. I'm Lou I'm Mexican I grew up in Mexico City, but my family's from the north in Monterrey, which is very near from the United States. When I was growing up, I always failed. My father didn't know how to do things easily and I actually lacked respect for him. He wouldn't give by what we say. That's where he wouldn't give them money or he didn't know how to do it. I I couldn't understand the girl all the parents were really easily just give a little bit of money here and there and then get the best seats or not making.

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"mozambican" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"mozambican" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Welcome back. Dennis in Bergen, New Jersey. Hey, dennis. You're on the air. What's on your mind today from I have a question quick question. So I know before this is glass steagle, you said that the glass steagle the prevention of the allowed commercial banks to engage with the gambling house on Wall Street and gamble with people. Not just bought them. Yeah. Hauser's Mozambican hustle with your money in the Bank and this caused the gambling bubbles collapse as well as the banking. Could you explain what you mean by Elvis because you know, I just want to follow with this. Sure. Yeah. The way it used to work is that you had investment banks. They call themselves investment houses, Merrill, Lynch Schwab, these these groups like that Merrill. Lynch is probably the biggest that you gave them your money. And that money was not guaranteed by the FDIC. It was for investment purposes. You were told right up front, you might lose your money, and you know, nowadays you can buy and sell stock on your own. But it used to be always had while you still have to go through a broker, but you know, it used to be much more constrained, but but basically. Was that world and that was a world of essentially gambling. You're you're betting something's going to go up or go down. And if you're not gambling, by the way, if you know that something's going to go up or down. Then you've committed a crime. It's called trading on insider information. So it really was a gambling world. And then on the other hand, you had the water called commercial banks and commercial banks are guaranteed by the FDIC up to. I think it's a quarter million dollars per deposit, and and the commercial banks are constrained in what they could do they do mortgages, they could do Car Loans. They could they could do lawns of all kinds. The. Savings accounts, and they can do checking accounts. And that's you know in wire transfers and things, but they could not gamble with your money. And and and glass steagle was the the law that was put into place in one thousand nine hundred thirty three might have been four or five. Yeah. It was early on and FDR's administration that and the whole reason he did this is because literally the week that FDR was inaugurated all every Bank in America failed up to that point. It was about seventy percent of them in that last week the final thirty percent went. And there was like there wasn't a single Bank left. And so we had to rebuild the banking system in FDR said if we're going to rebuild the banking system. We're going to do it on new rules, you know, to to borrow phrase from Bill Maher. And so the the the essence of glass steagle was very very simple commercial banks. Do do the stuff of commerce, right? They facilitate commerce chugging one savings accounts, and right and investment houses facilitate investment and they operate under completely different set of rules. Well, with the Gramm Leach Bliley Bill that was passed in the late nineties. It was ninety eight or ninety nine right? In fact, I'm pretty sure it was ninety nine. What that did? Is it basically dismantled glass steagle and said, you know, Bank is in. That's right. And so you had these big banks buying these big investment houses or vice versa. And and and you even had company starting banks General Electric starting a Bank. General Motors started a Bank just a just a gene GM's case just to loan money to people to buy cars and things and.

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"mozambican" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"mozambican" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Still go nuts. Crazy. How you doing? What's going on everything? All right. Good, man. Enjoying retirement is fun. I'm enjoying retirement. I know you're doing a lot of other things. But it's fine. Do you watch the Lakers? Have you been sitting and watching the game? No, no, watch the Lakers. Have you been sitting and watching the game, no chance Washington? Nah. I don't watch it. All right. There's a big charity event going on. It's this weekend's called taka talk about curing autism. And Stephanie was supposed to be on with us by. She is with her mom who has some challenges of our own. So we are going to be talking to her husband, Pat mcilveen is Pat, how are you, sir? Great. Thanks for having me on your voice. I really appreciate you coming on. This is a really cool event. And there's nobody that puts more energy into trying to come up with a cure for autism. The you and your wife. Well, we try we've been we've been not by choice we were kind of forced into their with our son than years ago. But what a great what a great charity it is. And it's a great event. It's actually called Anne up for autism. That's put on by this twelfth year. The show were in Huntington beach waterfront Hilton, and you know, this all started with your wife. I think putting out a Facebook saying is there anyone in the same boat as I am. And she got an unbelievable response that this is, you know. When I when we were doing we used to do a charity event walk for autism autism walk and back them one in every one hundred seventy nine children were affected and that number sadly has gone down to what is it? Now. Do you know the number one fifty nine oh my? When my son was my son was diagnosed it was one in five hundred. Now, this one is fifty nine so anybody a lot of people it's been some to marginalized for so long. Silent epidemic. It's been around for a long time. But nobody really here's a lot about it. But now, sadly, I think everybody's facing somebody that either affected directly or indirectly by somebody in the family or close to them that's affected by autism. Yeah. You know, when I was growing up on we're probably about the same age, Pat. But when we were growing up if somebody wasn't. I if somebody had something that they either could identify or they don't wanna talk about it in the family. You may have heard this term because I heard a bunch times in my family. But they'd always say, oh, you're oncological. He has a condition you remember that. Yeah. Catch all those exactly. Right. And that baby. One of the reasons why you know, this wasn't diagnosed for a long time. If people just they always got condition by they're they're doing, you know, they got there really working their tails off to try to cure this. Is there any is there anybody so far? Did you either have read online or you met personally who comes up with a theory that you understand? And that you think is is honorable incorrect on how this is passed down from one generation to another or how you get it. Well, I think there's a misconception that that. They're just better diagnosing autism than they used to be Ryan. But really the the the the prognosis or the way that they that they diagnose autism hasn't really changed since since nineteen ninety. Bad side. There's just more kids being diagnosed every day. Actually, it's every seven minutes. There's somebody diagnosed. And they're just you. There's just unfortunately, there's something causing and whether it's and there's I mean everybody wants to point fingers at somebody else. Drug companies don't want to take responsibility for any potential vaccine issues that nobody somebody thinks it's genetic somebody thinks if environmental something's causing a big problem, and it's going to become a bigger and bigger problem because financially there's a there's a huge burden financially on society to take care of these kids. Yeah. I mean, fortunately, fortunately, you guys have the means to do that. But there are families that don't. We're very fortunate. Yes, we can take care of our some there's so many there's so many families out there struggling, and literally it went once you've given a diagnosis a lot of times you feel like you're on island. And I think that's a big thing of what talker does is a really healthy families. Give them the resources to make informed decisions. Because everybody's kids are different. Nobody responds to the same treatments. Nobody has the same traditions. Nobody's got the same place within the spectrum of autism. And so you really have to treat each kid very individually to the services and a lot of these families are just struggling. Yeah. Kids with special needs. That much harder, and it grows exponentially. There was a woman that spoke two years at your event. They really stuck with me. She said that when you have a kid that doesn't have autism. There is mountains and mountains of enjoyable moments that you have hourly or daily pictures that you share with friends, but when your child is diagnosed with severe autism. If that child makes eye contact with you once or twice a year you cherish that moment. Absolutely. It makes it may. I swear to you, Pat. I get goosebumps. Every time I say that and think about it because of of of of how much pleasure she put over that microphone that she got in just the one or two. I contact that he made with her annually. Absolutely. I hear so many stories so many heartbreaking stories, but actually so many beautiful stories as well these kids that are so so beautiful and sweet and deer. And but but you're right. Even just the simplest I contact or both of them have some of our non verbal and the ability to have any sort of communication, what these kids is amazing, and you really lack hold and cherish those those moments that you get you know, I've got to give a huge shoutout. Your wife told me the story of you guys doing this anti any up for for autism. And that the people that were going to supply the tables and the dealers and the chips for your poker tournament bailed out in the last moment, and you guys called David Mozambican at the commerce casino. And he made everything happen in in a heartbeat. And was there to help you guys out for twelve years now, David? The commerce casino have been graciously donated their staff the dealers bringing the tables, I mean, everything soup-to-nuts to support this event. And it's it's it's a legit. We started out thinking. Well, okay. Let's just get a bunch of a group of guys together. And we'll sit around and we'll play some poker and the go to to autism. That was an initial thought and that really turned into something. And so it's it's a big gala event. This is you know, it's a black tie. Bring your bring your wife. Everybody gets dressed up and has the very time. It's great gala, but at the end of the night, it's it's one hundred people sitting down and really going going at it for the title of this thing. And it'll be in the seventh commerce has.

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'Pandemic' of inactivity increases disease risk worldwide, WHO study says

Global News Podcast

02:51 min | 2 years ago

'Pandemic' of inactivity increases disease risk worldwide, WHO study says

"We've all heard the warnings, haven't we? We need to get up. We need to get moving and we're not doing enough physical activity. And now a new report from the World. Health will denies -ation says that all around the world, we are not heeding those warnings in the first studies estimate global physical activity trends over time, the World Health that'd be all leaned to do. So that's in wind newsrooms. Ryan Carlson is with me going off a few flights of says, doing our bit Ronnie who's at risk then? Well, not just you and me here. Ben one point. Four billion adults are risk of disease around the world from not getting enough exercise. So we need one hundred and fifty moderate minutes week, like walking up these stairs. If we're going to run up these stairs, we could count. It is intense exercise. Yeah, I'm not gonna fall you running. We don't have to do about seventy five minutes week. This is actually a massive self-reported sample size in this report. Almost two billion people around the world. So it tells us quite a bit probably. One of the biggest takeaways is that women were less active than men everywhere, except east and southeast Asia in many parts of the world, the Middle East, North Africa, and especially high income western countries. Women were not getting enough activity by ten percent less than men. So it's a big gap. The authors say there can be a number of reasons for this among them safety issues. Also what's available for people is it affordable? What other cultural norms in certain countries? And of course, what a specific individual has on their plate. One in three women and one in three men are not getting enough activity. So it's not great for either gender really on there was a huge difference, isn't it between developed and developing countries as well? There really is Mozambican Uganda actually had the least inactivity with just six percent, not reaching the target high income. Western countries are seeing far higher numbers of inactivity and Dr bull. One of the report authors from the WHO says that actually may be the price of progress. What it's telling us and giving us an indication of the as countries. Increase in the oven is Asian people moving from rural countries to the cities for jobs and homes. As we develop industrialized on changing nature of work, as we change Trump's bolt from walking cycling more often to driving or motorbikes which saying, all these changes play in and having a consequence way actually becoming less active in our lifestyles. And I think we can all relate to that as we look about it all day lives and say that you don't need to be active in so many ways. Rodney just why are we doing this? Well, this is the thing we all know the answer to this, but it doesn't seem to be impacting enough. There's a greater risk of cardiovascular disease type, two diabetes dementia and some cancers when you don't get enough physical activity, but look on the bright side here. Ben, you only have another one hundred and forty seven minutes ago this week. So you're

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"mozambican" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"mozambican" Discussed on KTRH

"Downtown on that trip on the Katy freeway the inbound side south Sam Houston westbound telephone somebody broke down there. In a left lanes to be. Careful as you go through there just a couple of the breaks you should try to. Get around them if you're trying to travel the. Inbound side of forty five three way. Right, now from beltway eight to. Downtown we're still sitting at a half hour I'm Judy hardy in the Gulf Coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic. Center, plenty of sunshine heat and humidity this weekend and hardly a raindrop to be. Found only a twenty percent chance of seeing shower, thunderstorm this afternoon and again on. Saturday and Sunday mainly in the afternoon Temperatures, each day, in the upper eighties to mid nineties I'm. Terry Smith from. The Weather Channel temperature right now a cooler seventy nine degrees KTAR h top tax defenders. Twenty four hour weather. Center it's eight oh one in our top story Mexico's new president has vowed to end gas and diesel imports, from the United, States by, twenty, twenty one. But industry insiders calling it a negotiation ploy against the Trump administration energy analyst Phil Flynn. Says Mexico just doesn't have the. Money or the resources to make it happen unless they make a deal to have some private oil, companies come in there and revitalize he's filled them. Refineries I don't think they have a. Lot of hope of meeting that Mexico currently since crude. Oil to Texas refineries we. Ship it back as gasoline it accounts for roughly fourteen billion dollars in economic activity meantime Houston fuel prices dipped a penny since last week to sixty two a gallon for regular, unleaded now here in Galveston you're paying about two sixty four Houston still remains well below the national average which is. A two eighty five a gallon China appearing to buckle, in his dispute with President Trump over trade Beijing. Sending a delegation to Washington to. Seek an. End to the ongoing battle over terrace the talks will be the first since the negotiations broke down last spring now be plenty to talk. About because new, tariff hikes they're scheduled to go into effect next, week affecting. Sixteen billion dollars, worth of goods on each side now if Houston's chosen is the city to host either the Republican or democratic national conventions looking ahead is estimated it would bring. About two hundred million. Dollars in economic benefits Alan Bernstein with the mayor's office says that Houston. Could get a lot of intangible benefits that could turn into the tangible if people watching the convention or people coming to Houston. For, the, convention have a great experience like what they see they may suggest that they're professional organization. Have a convention Here they made a return on the personal trip. So it multiplies Houston one of three cities in the running to host the twenty. Twenty democratic convention the other cities Milwaukee and Miami Beach of course the twenty twenty four Republican convention is what they'd also like to have US seeing an uptick now in measles cases a CDC's reporting nearly as many this year as in. All of last year and don't forget measles are contagious It's in the roots and. Small, droplet transmission and, if you're able you're very likely to catch it if you're exposed this Dr Melanie Mozambican with, Houston's Kelsey bolt Now. We go to the, Michael berry show I'm shiver fryer. Houston's news weather and traffic. Station NewsRadio seven forty KTAR a. That time Mocking load Michael berry show is on air Reminder Worrying about.

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"mozambican" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"mozambican" Discussed on TechStuff

"Stanford officials decided in nineteen eighty five to undertake a comprehensive networking project connect the various networks across campus together. And as part of that initiative, the officials wanted the project to rely solely upon the internet protocol as a communications protocol. So in other words, simplify matters by settling on one standard protocols and not allow anything else. This is it turns. Out his foreshadowing, but we'll get to that later. Bosak an engineer named Kirk low feed, approached Yeager, and asked him for his software. They said, can we get your software for multi protocol routers and they planned on modifying that for the new Stanford project north solely internet protocol as the communications protocol in question. So Yeager agreed. He handed over software and Bosak and low feed made changes to that software. They stripped it of its ability to route other communication protocols because that was not part of the Stanford project, and they enhanced the internet capabilities of the device. And in other words, they did make substantive changes to the technology as part of the Stanford project. But apparently according to Yeager they did not reveal that. They had also gone through the process of incorporating a new company and that Bosak had an outstanding request to Stanford to allow this new company to sell a version of this blue box router Stanford. Is a nonprofit university and as such, they could not legally enter into the manufacturing business, but the router had undeniable utility. However, the university did not see eye to eye with Bosak and learner, and they said no way San Jose, but that didn't stop Bosak and learner from building routers and network cards out of their home in San Jose and selling them by late nineteen eighty five or by some accounts, early nineteen, Ninety-six what's more other members of the staff of Stanford gut all head up because of the couple and some of the stuff they were doing. I, it seemed pretty clear that at least some of the development for CISCO's router product happened on Stanford's time when Bosak Lafi and learner were supposed to be working for the university. The learner, by the way would leave Stanford first before anyone else would second and more to the point. The Cisco router appeared to contain work that came from other members of Stanford. Computer science community as did the network cards, Nick visa days who worked with the ager claim that there was no real difference between the router Cisco sold and the ones that Stanford was using on their own systems and that there might have been some theft. If you're if you're being really, you know, stickler for there were those who essentially were accusing Bosak and learner of stealing intellectual property that belong to other people without compensating them for it. Mozambican Lerner said that they had taken the technologies and they had made substantial changes to them and also Stanford was not going to sell them. Stanford wasn't going to get into the manufacturing business. It couldn't as a nonprofit utility or university, I should say. So they did what they had to do in order to actually make it a working product. Meanwhile, Bosak was still working for Stanford at that time by early nineteen eighty six. He was. Given the choice to either work for Stanford or just worked for Cisco, but he could not do both at the same time. And he was also accused of operating Cisco during his hours of working at Stanford, and therefore CISCO's routers were being made at the university's expense. So this was a pretty tough accusation and.

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"mozambican" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"mozambican" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Do you rely on advice of others your company i do a mea mozambican for people because it's i don't think the you know everything so always asking rounding up people have some good advice every now and then you know just like how would you do this like you see trends right so i'll ask some of my friends in the industry what you see happening like in workman's comp things like that because all of a sudden you see the little things happening this is nice to kind of get ahead of it micromax micromax let people like you hire people to do a job i don't tell them how to someone told me that the biggest higher for fast food franchise is the manager you gotta find a good manager i was fine it's hard because a lot of ours have grown with us you know there's a few that have we hired as managers the best ones seems to be the ones that we've hired and trained him because they know stuck with them great people if an employee is rude or disrespectful and you find out what do you do about that you talked to them right away sale no we tried to talk to them i and before we didn't get to that point we try not to rehire people that are rude and we try to hazardous yeah everybody's got their days won't give everybody the break but understand it you know the customer you know we gotta take care of that because otherwise we're not gonna have any money there's nothing worse than owning fast food not sexy but from rude personally businesses doesn't matter whether you're an attorney or hourly you just can't be ruled if somebody's paying you for a job young and you are friends and family is a good idea to hire friends and family good and bad advice i would say good and bad but understand it these still have a job to the boundary there's a boundary job is a job friendship comes after yeah i think people through higher their family out of charity bad are you going to happen what is your strength i think it's an open mind like yeah i mean i'll give everybody an opportunity to prove me wrong prove themselves right and these eight hazy tony can do something and i'm not going to micromanage you and so the idea is allow people the freedom to do what they're and then don't criticize him if that's what you're hiring and what's not on your resume might surprise the one thing which is really crazy is way back in the eighties whereas lonzo trying to get over them having you sell cookies go ahead what are they crazy things probably nobody knows about is the fact that in the eighties who's this whole movement with aerobics and like anything else that i've done in my life find out i tend to want to be really good at what i do so i learned how to play tennis playing golf i taught myself how to do a lot of things so along the way i got really good at aerobics and i almost competed really the aerobics competition that you see on tv but i was like okay i'm good enough i can teach some fun classes as a sub whatever and that's about it i got addicted to taibo yeah i was there every morning every day it's awesome has kept me in shape wayne gretzky brought manson yankee in shape i said yeah this class where do you.

"mozambican" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"mozambican" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Rules include a provision that it can suspend or expel anyone who compromises the integrity of the organization peter bowes in los angeles mozambique's main opposition renamo party says it's longserving leader a phones comma has died of a heart attack mr dot com on led renamo during a fifteen year rebellion against the mozambican government mary harper reports fronts o'clock cam may have signed peace with the government in nineteen ninetytwo but he never really gave up the fight in recent years there have been serious clashes between his supporters and government troops he let one of africa's most brutal rebel movements renamo was accused of mass killings mutilations and doctoring children to use the soldiers even though the group evolved into mozambique's main opposition party it periodically returned to the bush and found it nearly impossible to accept defeat in elections mary harper no walk into many coffee shops and you might struggle to get a table they're taking up with people beavering away on laptops and tablet computers it could be they're doing business with people on the other side of the world jonty bloom reports on the digital noman's traditionally no wounded widely of open ranges shepherding the flukes vast distances on the story nights stopping with the grazing was best and then breaking camp and moving onto high hills and pastures new did you will know mount do much the same with more of a party scene and they won the fall on wide this get together is in lisbon you could just as easily be leads lahore or legos semi name is i'm from and i have remain women lose weight and getting shaped with my fitness product.

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"mozambican" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"mozambican" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Rules include a provision that it can suspend or expel anyone who compromises the integrity of the organization peter bowes in los angeles mozambique's main opposition renamo party says it's longserving leader a phones comma has died of a heart attack mr dot com on led renamo during a fifteen year rebellion against the mozambican government mary harper reports fronts o'clock cam may have signed peace with the government in nineteen ninetytwo but he never really gave up the fight in recent years there have been serious clashes between his supporters and government troops he let one of africa's most brutal rebel movements renamo was accused of mass killings mutilations and doctoring children to use the soldiers even though the group evolved into mozambique's main opposition party it periodically returned to the bush and found it nearly impossible to accept defeat in elections mary harper no walk into many coffee shops and you might struggle to get a table they're taking up with people beavering away on laptops and tablet computers it could be they're doing business with people on the other side of the world jonty bloom reports on the digital noman's traditionally no wounded widely of open ranges shepherding the flukes vast distances on the story nights stopping with the grazing was best and then breaking camp and moving onto high hills and pastures new did you will know mount do much the same with more of a party scene and they won the fall on wide this get together is in lisbon you could just as easily be leads lahore or legos semi name is i'm from and i have remain women lose weight and getting shaped with my fitness product.

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"mozambican" Discussed on Travelogue

Travelogue

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mozambican" Discussed on Travelogue

"And i was i made the mistake of booking on mozambican airlines i am i done at once before and i was fools do it again and my plane was delayed give or take by six or seven hours there was up much biggest stories who it for another podcast however the way i saved myself from being forced to buy an emergency tickets to get back to europe was i bought a lost minute miles tick i don't care what a cost it was still cheaper than paying the flights so i love having a big cushion because i don't care about them than not money are another form of travel insurance so they're also a great way so if you struggled to spend them don't worry they can have another purpose where they can act as a cushion for an emergency and for me that's the main thing now i do think it it it's it's money is money that brought you the ticket that you wanted i think it's great to have money and i think it's great to have miles and i'm not saying spend all your miles and and certainly don't during more but what i am saying is don't save up miles with this some idea that they're a your retirement travel fun to use twenty years from now i'm saying you know when there's an opportunity to enjoy them enjoy them and when i really like doing is earning miles spending them and earning more and i'm old believe me never going to come close to zero once you start paying attention it's pretty easy to earn dumb and in fact generally speaking close to departure is one of the very best times for getting the most value possible out of your miles and not just because tickets may be more expensive but often availability is the best when airlines know which seats are going to go unsold they'll make those available as saver awards whereas foreign advance it's often very difficult because they want to sell the seats that they're going to sell inaugur giveaway stiffer you know for for free great yelm but but there is often great availability vary last minute this is something i've wanted.

"mozambican" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mozambican" Discussed on Kickass News

"Like like you know curled over these computers and we're destroying our bodies we should be running we should be stretching but everyone's and pain i just got an early but it fits my personality 'cause the mozambican now i hear you i i have back pain all the time and i i'm too lazy to do the standing desks they yapping yonsei has the standing does she thinks that it the greatest thing in the world yet but then my feet are going to hurt seth like well that's it on anything you learn is is no option there's no way out it's like whatever you do over a longer period of time your body is going to collapse our loans are you also finding it's a nightmare you may have been onto something the reclining workspace let me in yeah that's the only truly is only natural position open air office space which is beds union get rich enough to have someone type for you that's the all i want to ask if you questions about what led you guys to this point in this project of first of all where are you guys from agra mostly in texas our south of houston yet oh really i'm from his demise all over though while pressed used by my parents of a north west houston elegant jersey village kind of okay a whom at what point did you come out here delay i'm i would've called austin it utilised in and started doing stand up and running the humor magazine bearer my senior year and then i moved out here right after that a distorted doing open mike's constantly and writing and making videos and that's where i met this guy to was in like case or like silverlake bar in uh on a friday night just the most desolate desolate desperate group of people ever on friday night's at silverlake bar um and i am grew up in new york i was born in the city must lived in the suburbs outside no to school in nashville and then i just wanted to work in the film industry so i just drove out.

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"mozambican" Discussed on HOMOGROUND

HOMOGROUND

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"mozambican" Discussed on HOMOGROUND

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"mozambican" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"mozambican" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The price i mean which which parts of the mozambican unity at business community people industry are paying the price for this the economic activity in manufacturing and services by sme is and that part of the economies about sixty percent of the total has in a a negative impact from the reduction in public demand the multiplier effect on private demand as well as incertainty over for the macroeconomic situation which than inhibits investment there has been progress certainly on the monetary side and the government is grappling with the the fiscal challenge if it can also institute improved development of its investment program as well as other procedures in public financial management public investment management debt management i think it can go a long way to improving that macroeconomic outlook and therefore the investors confidence uh there is a continuation of foreign direct investment here in mozambique it has reduced slightly compared to the past in 2017 compared to 2015 but it's still continues and uh we hope to see it diversified such that a larger share of it is not for megaprojects but for other types of economic activities it emphasized the diversity of opportunity and economic activities in the country to do primarily with agriculture agricultural processing transport services construction tourism sector all of those are areas where there is increased focus increase interest in in by many countries uh so the outlook i think in the medium term to return to higher level of growth in 2020 getting back to the fire percent range is is still quite positive and when it comes to this debt scandal what do you think should bear the blame here is it the banks who a a raises loans of they didn't do that due diligence properly or is it the the people who took out the loans in the first place what is responsibility lie it's not clear to me i think they're so a lack of following up procedures that one would normally expect i think there was a lack of a good duediligence on on both sides i was speaking there to mark blundell of the world bank's mozambique country director he brings us to the end of.