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A broken system, a broken city: Beirut

The Economist: The Intelligence

09:33 min | 4 d ago

A broken system, a broken city: Beirut

"In Beirut yesterday countless people began the painful work of fixing homes devastated by a massive explosion on Tuesday. One woman who'd mlk posted a video of her mother-in-law playing the piano as others swept up broken glass. The music is bittersweet, the city is reeling. The moment of the blast no one was quite sure what had happened there was a deep bass sound for seven or eight seconds there was a rumbling. and. We thought it was a localized explosion, maybe a gas main that had blown up across the street or a car bomb in the neighborhood. Greg Carlstrom is our Middle East correspondent. I A cafe. everyone, of course, left the cafe and started making their way home and it was only on the way back down towards the three Indian towards the ports that I started to realize the scale of the damage. There was, of course, broken glass everywhere carpeting, all of the streets all at the sidewalks pass through an intersection where there were several women sitting in the median holding cloth scraps of fabric bleeding from the head they'd obviously been hit by glass. And every building that you pass by not only the windows blown out but the aluminum window frames blown off. So. You realize that this was not a localized incident, but rather something that had affected the entire city center. The blast was felt as far away as Cyprus it registered as an earthquake in Jordan. It had come from the port of Beirut or something had set off an explosion of staggering size sending up a white mushroom cloud then a vast bloom of orange smoke. Yesterday the government placed a number of court officials under house arrest and again investigation. Declared a two weeks state of emergency. Residents are still coming to grips with the shock of the blast. Felt like it went inside us like a best our soul the way. I saw something bright and I lost my hearing for few seconds. An explosion just went out. The human toll of the explosion has been catastrophic the death toll officially more than one hundred so far, and that number continues to grow as rescue workers find victims who were buried in the rubble more than five thousand people injured by the blast and many of them had to go into a hospital system that was already stretched thin. We've had a spike in corona virus cases in Lebanon over the past few weeks, some hospitals themselves were damaged by the explosion hospital Saint George Hospital across the street from where I live. was so badly damaged that it had to halt operations and when I went by the hospital, you saw patients some of them still wearing their hospital gowns with intravenous lines in their arms bloodied from flying debris and shrapnel for nurses were killed. Fifteen patients on respirators died when the machines failed the other immediate impact is according to officials in Lebanon about three hundred thousand people were left homeless by the explosion. About five percent of the population of the entire country and what do we know so far about what caused the explosion? It seems to be the result of unbelievable negligence even on the scale of the perennially negligent Lebanese government back in two thousand thirteen customs officials in Lebanon confiscated the cargo of a Russian ownership that was traveling to Mozambique. The cargo was two, thousand, seven, hundred, fifty tons of ammonium nitrate, which is highly explosive chemical that is used mostly to make either fertilizers or explosives from mining and quarrying and other industrial uses. So this material was confiscated, it was put in a warehouse at the port and for six or seven years it just south there there was some talk of maybe exporting the stuff for giving it to the army to use but this required approval from the Lebanese judiciary that approval never came you've had officials at the ports and with insecurity agencies who warned this was tantamount to keeping a giant bomb on the doorstep of the country's capital. Those warnings went unheeded and of course, tragically on Tuesday it all exploded but I mean what kind of government would ignore warnings about tons and tons and tons of explosive material just sitting in a city centre the Lebanese government would it's almost par for the course for Lebanon's political class. This is the government that for more than a decade could not agree on a budget. This is the government that for almost thirty years allowed the same central banker to run the Central Bank Lubin, and to run effectively state-sanctioned Ponzi scheme to defend the currency peg it's a country that created a political and economic model that was totally unsustainable. Invested hardly at all in basic services even in good times, Lebanon can't provide twenty four hour electricity routinely struggles to pick up the trash piles up in the streets. It is a perennially negligent government and this is of course, a catastrophic example of that but it's of a piece with the behavior of this government over the past thirty years. So this is a population economy that was suffering quite a bit even before the blast it was the country has been slipping into a profound economic crisis since October the the currency. Lebanese. Pound which for decades has been pegged to the dollar. Began to break away from that since October? It's lost about eighty percent of its value on the black market which has contributed to runaway inflation in a country that imports almost everything from food and fuel to consumer goods. So, inflation running around eighty percent right now and for food around two hundred percent prices have become astronomical this summer we've had fuel shortages that have caused blackouts in Beirut normally three hours a day stretch as long as twenty hours a day this summer and the backup generators that people rely on to provide electricity when the state cannot those are either burning out from overuse or running out of fuel just one crisis after another point. which has led to widespread poverty in the country the the official figures the government thinks around half the country is now below the poverty line that could rise as high as seventy five percent. By the end of the year, there's been a spike in petty crime driven simply desperation. There was one man who was caught on TV robbing a pharmacy for diapers another man who robbed someone at knifepoint on the streets and a once busy part of town, and then came back to apologize for doing it and said, he he needed the money to his family. So it sounds a a years long problem has gotten really quite a lot worse very recently mean why hasn't the government been able to sort of keep things from getting so much worse? The current government was installed in January meant to be a technocratic government that would tackle this economic crisis and negotiate a rescue agreement with the IMF but. Six or seven months later it's made almost no progress. The negotiations with the IMF have really stalled at this point they've had about twenty rounds of talks. But is not even really negotiating with the IMF yet it's still negotiating with itself. You have the cabinet on one side. And the parliament on the other backed up by the banking sector. which are having this very arcane dispute about the scale of the losses in Lebanon's financial sector about how bankrupt the country is effectively. And so you have this surreal situation where instead of Lebanon negotiating with the IMF Lebanon is negotiating with Lebanon. The Fund has told Lebanon that talks are not going to advance unless there's an agreement on the size of the losses or if the cabinet pushes through a few meaningful reform of capital controls, law changes to the electricity sector things like that. Neither of these things have happened and there are increasing calls for the government to step down. Do you think that's the way forward I? Mean, what do you think should be done here to to bring Lebanon back to? A functional state though the problem is if this government steps down what replaces this government and a lot of the pressure on the government right now is is coming from the traditional powerbrokers in Lebanon the sectarian X. warlords who have divvied up power in this country for decades since the end of the civil war in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, this power sharing agreement they have it was designed to keep the peace and prevent a return to conflict after the war. But it's been captured by the. Hands up power based on sect, which runs a massive patronage network The World Bank estimates that it costs the country about nine percent of its GDP each year but if it were to step down without broader changes to the country's political system in this power, sharing system would simply be replaced by the same cast of characters who have ruined the country over the past thirty years. But that power sharing system was was there to to keep the peace to prevent a return to civil war, and that was the argument for years for decades when people in Lebanon would complain about the corruption and. The negligence and the inefficiency of their government, the response would be well at least this is better than a return to the bad old days even before what happened on. Tuesday even before the explosion though that argument was beginning to lose its weights with a lot of people here you have a younger generation of Lebanese who don't have the same memory of course of the civil war that their parents or their grandparents had, and so as the country slipped further and further into crisis over the past year, people have been more willing to to break away from this system than they were before. And I think the argument that well, there could be violence if the power-sharing system was stripped away after what happened on Tuesday after half of Beirut was destroyed by the incompetence of this government I think that argument is not going to carry with a lot of people.

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Travel to Comoros

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Travel to Comoros

"I'd like to welcome to the show. Fiona Jones from Scotland who's come to talk to us about Comoros? Fewer welcome back to the show. Thanks for having me and I say welcome back to the show. Some of you may realize I. Don't Remember Hearing Theater on the show before. Yes. We had one of those that we have. Every three to four years lost episode whether according didn't work, and so Fiona is coming back to talk. Komo's again so for you. This is new those of you who are listening but for Fiona tonight. This is very familiar, so if you're old hat at this, can you put commerce on a map for us? Says I didn't know where it was. This is one of those things. There's episodes that Fiona pitch me rose that I had to go googling. What are we talking about? Is this country which it is? Yeah it's a country. It's well three or four depending on how you look at it for Collins. It's in the Indian Ocean northwest of Madagascar. The northern part of Mozambique And you say three or four, because there are four islands, but only three of them are Komo's. Yeah the whole country used to be French when they voted for independence, then three of the islands voted to become independent and the fourth island, which is not decided it wanted to stay with France but I. Think the rest of the Comoros is terribly happy. But May stays resolutely French. Excellent, and why should someone go to Komo's? The reason we won was because our daughter. Who's GONNA traveling. We wanted a family holiday and it was over the tail end of the Christmas holidays, so we wanted somewhere hot. We wanted somewhere that would be good diving and we wanted somewhere that maybe a little bit different that that might be a bit of. Of An adventure so for those reasons we, we looked around, and now at actually seen an article by unknown or unexplored islands I think it was on tripadvisor and seen the Comoro and and I was quite entrusted I'd also rashly sets the family that I as a bit of a surprise for them, so I thought well. That will give them a surprise if we to the Comoros. As I'm surprised you don't know who you are. Being hot, so we're right off the coast of Mozambique and Madagascar and not that far from Tanzania another from Zanzibar. Which people have probably heard of and it seems like it's kind of like Zanzibar except with a French flair. Yeah, we bar. Oh, Gosh, by well. It must be about twenty five years ago. There are some similarities birthday. Islands are obviously much smaller probably per than Zanzibar wealth. Wise I know. Zanzibar isn't exactly a rich country, but Comoros is quite far down to kind of GDP league, but in other senses it's Israel serve Indian ocean stuff so white sand beaches very green interiors very heavily forested interiors, so in that sense, I guess top graphically, probably quite similar. Excellent will what kind of area or are you going to recommend for us well well, what we did was to land in Grand Comoro switch. I guess everybody will. Think he can probably catch a from the mainland. I. Think just made way for everybody to come. In is going to be defined to Grande Comoros. We landed there. We had a couple of days there. It to be honest is not an awful lot. See and the island. I think we did what everybody did. which was to get yourself a taxi? Going to run the island is laconic island. An active volcano in the middle so much you can do is drive around the outside of the island i. think was one ruined. That goes across the middle, but otherwise he just sits the perimeter. you see the beaches and such like. So. That's pretty much it and he kind walk-ups civil. No, that wasn't something that we did. The seems to be mixed reports about how you do I know. We talked to a couple of guys who were there and holiday who were going to do that and they've got themselves. Guideline think they were gonNA count and some accounts say that you've gotta take a couple of days in walkout, but I've seen something else, so you can get a car or jeep close to the top, and then just walk up the rest of the day so I'm not quite sure which was correct, but between a to the islands. A chip up the volcano, a suspect that's probably about it for a Grande Comoros so after we'd spend our couple of days of them went to Miley which the island that we were going to be based for the rest of the time

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Christian Missionary vs. David C. Smalley

Dogma Debate

05:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Christian Missionary vs. David C. Smalley

"Welcome to the show. Hopefully, you're well rested. You got lots of sleep. And you're ready to enjoy. A Nice conversation among people who disagree. my guest may not actually have that same courtesy or benefit. Because, he's literally on the other side of the world. he is joining me all the way from Mozambique. He is a missionary and because of the location and sensitivity of the environmental there. We're not going to be using his name today, so please join me in welcoming the missionary in Mozambique who will not be named. Thank you so much for joining me today. Man I appreciate you coming on the show. Thank you David. Appreciate you taking the time to to let me call in and have conversation with you. Hey, this is going to be interesting man, I mean. I. Don't know that I've ever spoken with anyone in Mozambique before. So talk to me, talk to me. The most Americans don't couldn't find it on now, so. Right, so so so do me a favor. Let's talk a little bit about. first of all why you're over there? What's going on and sort of the temperature of the environment? Like what's happening there to make you not really want to reveal your identity today. Yeah, so we rea- my family. I we're missionaries is in northern Mozambique been here several years now and our our goal is to work alongside The established churches that are here. To help train up leaders, and then send them out to begin new work in in. Places where there are not yet searches, and not yet believers and so. I mean that's in in broad terms that that's what we're doing year. That takes all different kinds of forms over here from teaching English to teaching farming techniques to. Doing Bible Studies. All kinds of things so that's basically what my family. And I are doing over here. Things are a little tricky right now. There is some unrest do do some religious extremism. That's happening north of us in in. From where we are living and It has gotten worse and worse over the last two years or so. Things are getting more violence. The refugee problem is just growing I in fact today. I was at a meeting. For several hours talking to. Not just not just other missionaries, but other relief groups that are here trying to manage the flood of refugees that are coming into our town. We live in a town of about one hundred and twenty, thousand on the estimates are that there are now thirty to forty thousand refugees that have. Over the last. Nine months flooded our town. And then they're not just our town and other places, and so just stall the challenge to come with that people that don't have anything you know they're. They left in the middle of the night. They hid out in the Bush for. Hours, and hours just to keep their family safe, and then they. Somehow made their way down to where we're at, and so they don't have anything and so just trying to figure out what what what you weighed Duda alongside these people that have really watson a lot of trauma and suffering so so what? Type of religious extremism is, are they? They Muslims, are they. Somehow anti-christian, or what's going on now it's it's I mean they. They close ties to isis and so that's when they started. Publicly declaring that it raises a lot of eyebrows but the other challenge. Here's the the government whether or not they're able to. To. Handle the issue from a military standpoint from a development standpoint and so there are challenges. Not just with the group, but then in come the government inability to respond to it, and so, but you know they it's. Nobody really knows exactly what's at the bottom of it? Whether truly is religious extremism. In, some people speculate that it's just it's a response to extreme poverty and lack of opportunity that people are are turning to the violence in a way to get what they want quickly There there is a huge gas project that is is happening up here in in so people you're there. Some conspiracy theories about how that HAL unrest. Can benefit certain players within that that. That project so anyway. There's A. On the surface it. Appears to, be, religious. Religious driven! But. Nobody really knows at this point so.

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"mozambique" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"mozambique" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"This is a community water hole at a remote village in Africa will should be installed in locations like this that's the kind of question that statisticians are called upon to answer I'm Jim Metzner this is the pulse of the planet we are statisticians look behind the numbers Eric Vance is director of Lisa the laboratory for interdisciplinary statistical analysis and Virginia Tech statisticians try to make sense out of observations about the natural world we're able to ask really interesting questions and figure out what kind of data are needed to answer those questions one question is if a hand pump is installed in a rural village in Mozambique what is the impact of that hand pump on the lives of the villagers there are eight organizations that are trying to spur economic development by providing clean easy access water in some villages what's important is to find out what are the impacts of these hand pumps some of the implications of the research to figure out if these types of technologies should be installed in other communities maybe there's a better technology maybe this is a waste of money maybe this is a great investment maybe this really improves the livelihood of individuals and allows children who would otherwise spend all day collecting water allows them the chance to go to school and that would be very important in terms of the economic development of these countries our findings have policy implications so that in future years there will be more hand pumps installed or fewer because maybe they're better technologies to use

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Scientists study impact of hand pumps in Mozambican villages

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Scientists study impact of hand pumps in Mozambican villages

"This is a community water hole at a remote village in Africa will should be installed in locations like this that's the kind of question that statisticians are called upon to answer I'm Jim Metzner this is the pulse of the planet we are statisticians look behind the numbers Eric Vance is director of Lisa the laboratory for interdisciplinary statistical analysis and Virginia Tech statisticians try to make sense out of observations about the natural world we're able to ask really interesting questions and figure out what kind of data are needed to answer those questions one question is if a hand pump is installed in a rural village in Mozambique what is the impact of that hand pump on the lives of the villagers there are eight organizations that are trying to spur economic development by providing clean easy access water in some villages what's important is to find out what are the impacts of these hand pumps some of the implications of the research to figure out if these types of technologies should be installed in other communities maybe there's a better technology maybe this is a waste of money maybe this is a great investment maybe this really improves the livelihood of individuals and allows children who would otherwise spend all day collecting water allows them the chance to go to school and that would be very important in terms of the economic development of these countries our findings have policy implications so that in future years there will be more hand pumps installed or fewer because maybe they're better technologies to use

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"mozambique" Discussed on UN News

UN News

05:13 min | 4 months ago

"mozambique" Discussed on UN News

"This is Matt Wells at UN news 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 crisis..

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Dozens of migrants die in shipping container on truck in Mozambique

UN News

05:11 min | 4 months 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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Breaking the wrong kinds of records: 2019 state of climate report

UN News

10:20 min | 5 months ago

Breaking the wrong kinds of records: 2019 state of climate report

"Several climate records were broken in two thousand nineteen across the world including unprecedented temperature highs and extreme weather events ahead of the launch of the World Meteorological Organization's flagship report. Wmo's statement on the state of the global climate in two thousand and nineteen the agency. Secretary-general Patera tell us. Sat Down with Ben Maller from you and news and started by outlining some of the main points from the study. For example we have Highest concentration of carbon dioxide in past three million years and the measurement survey showing that last year. We we again. Having Having Higher Gordon Thracians from carbon dioxide than the previous year. Shame is happening for for me. Which is the second most important greenhouse gas and we have seen the warming of the temperature continued and we have broken several. Reads NOT AMBULATORY COHORTS IN AUSTRALIA? In several West European countries and also elsewhere last year was the warmest euro regard since eighteen fifty. Then we have seen we have stored more than ninety percent of the extra heat. The Ocean send an awesome. Seawater is Is Record warm because of that? And that's giving more. Nfc for the tropical tropical storms sea level rise continues and it has been boosting so we have seen an increase in the sea level rise also also last last year the glacier's melting worldwide. And we have especially been melting the glacier greenland which is contributing to sea level rise and and also the melting. Glaciers are melting and. That's bad news when it comes to Freshwater released to the major rivers Sir in the world come having written from Malaya's absurd and Ian tweets and rocky mountain so that's bad news for the freshwater resources for agriculture and for human beings and industry so all in all climate saints continues and we have also seen a record breaking forest fires like in Australia. It's very had before that record breaking temperatures and android and we have seen also severe drought in in Mexico Caribbean in some parts of Europe and also Southam South African countries. So all in all records have been broken. Bad died records. How confident are you that governments around the world have really caught onto the seriousness of this message so that they could take the right action for sake of the people around the world? I think that the way honest is Is higher than ever but the accent is sir very much missing. Countries made their parish blitzes and to fifteen and that would mean three degrees warming story beyond the parish. One point five two degrees and and and so far. The countries haven't been fulfilling their research glitzy so severe not moving towards one point five to decrease which is the Paris limits north towards three degrees with with the blitzes. The country's made we are moving the worst four to five degrees by the end of the sensory. They're clearly a need for for higher ambition level of if we are serious with climate mitigation. There is a target for all Governments. All the people everybody concerned to try and turn the situation around by the year twenty fifty which is the deadline for that shipment of the sustainable development goals. Is that still realistic with all? These bad records be have also seen but it the development there for example private sector is more and more interested in in in being part of the solution and we have also studying finance sector moving their investments from fossil business to watch the watch more sustainable business and and also the you would movement is putting pressure on governments and and people all around the world. They understand that this is this is perhaps the number one problem that we the mankind is facing today so there are also plenty of good science that the that the that the we have started moving in the right direction actually in the developed countries Last year their missions dropping habits. It's good news. Despite the economic was Was growing and we have been able to solve that you can eat that economic growth from from Damian growth. The but the bad news is that in in the rest of the world missions growing last year. And that's one of the one of the Tennessee so to solve this problem. We have to have all of the countries onboard compare this year to the previously. What would you say in himself? The preparedness by everyone every government every megyn institution to tackle extreme. What within this year so my organization's very much supporting our members to improve their early warning capacity and this kind of early warning of of drought Flooding storm sewer and record temperatures. That's a very powerful way to adapt to climate says this negative trend in climate. We'll continue for the coming decade caged anyhow which means growing out of weather related disasters and and and we have to be prepared for that. And we have to invest in early warning services and it's important to invest also on impact based forecasting for example when when cyclone hitting Mozambique get amid series was able to forecast meteorologist parameters well but impacts of those understood and that's why the disaster was a having lots of casualties and lots of economic losses because the authorities didn't act and the impact was understood so from W. Most side We're happy to help. The country's built their impact based early warning. Service kept musty. Doubly from your stigma just now is having better capacity to alert people in better time to prepare for any disasters. That come is that correct. So we are we are. We are member based organization. We have another nine hundred thousand members of our member. Member hasn't National Meteorology Service and we are very much set. Transform forming the know how from our more developed members are less developed members and we are working together with the financial institutions like World Bank cleaned climate fund and UNDP target more resources for for this kind of capacity development. So the situation is improving all the time but but we still have plenty of countries about half of our member. Countries could improve their performance. Is that too was making Elliot Warning Betta to save lives to save situations to prepare people better. How good is the early warning system improvement over the last year? So we have seen a gradual improvement. That's one of the one of the issues most dealing dealing with and what we've able to forecast the one day before In in the past we can now forecast it even five days in advance and and and countries are much better prepared even in developing countries. We have seen a major major improvement but we are not. We haven't been able to reach the optimization yet. There shouldn't further investments needed by the donors and also by individual governments. And that's very powerful way to adapt and protect economists and and people from the impacts of climate says all of us anywhere around the world. Everybody is preoccupied with the outbreak of Kobe. Nineteen which is leading to significant downturn in economic activity around the world in the same way those trillion fire saw a rise in co two emissions. Is there any silver lining in the way that the world is trying to handle of igniting in the form of any spin offs in terms of lower emissions during this period? Of course Would be very much concern of the casualties that we ever had because of this virus and the story is not over yet so it may have a negative impact on on the global economy. Which is bad news and and we have already seen has having an impact on the on the equality in China for example once they have been closing closing some parts of the country and And there's been less less traffic and less industrial production but the but this is not good news. So all in all. Be Concerned of this Of the casualties related these vitals. And and have you hoped at these outbreak We will be solved and and and we can go back to normal life and keep in mind that the that we still have the major climate. The problem to be solved. So these these spite of these fighters it'll keep continue based for mitigation of climate change.

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In Mozambique, Meteorologists Can't Keep Up With Climate Change

Short Wave

09:49 min | 7 months ago

In Mozambique, Meteorologists Can't Keep Up With Climate Change

"Okay. So so you visited a country that doesn't have super great meteorological data and there are a lot of countries that have this issue but I chose Mozambique and Southern Africa. Okay why sound sound well. Mozambique is a good example of a place where you don't have great weather data and you're dealing with the effects of climate change in a really obvious way so there's -ceptable bowl to cyclones to droughts and floods there's a very long coastline a big river delta and Mozambique was hit by two big cyclones. Last year they're experiencing a drought this year. So yeah it's a place where these issues are front and center. So what does that actually look like for meteorologists in Mozambique. They basically can't can't tell what the weather's going to be is that right. Yeah not that accurately at least so to see how it unfolds. I went to visit Mozambique's National Institute of Meteorology and I hung out with the lead meteorologist Cossio Tampa Bay will. He did his job for morning and on the day I went. It was actually a good example because there was rain in the forecast which is normal and the capital Maputo where we were is pretty flood-prone like if it gets maybe an inch and a half of rain some of the streets will flood. Oh that's not a lot. Yeah not a lot not good so with rain in the forecast while I was there is just sitting at his computer. He has all these tabs open and he is looking at weather maps from Europe from Japan from the US Navy from from the US National Oceanic Administration like up the road here thousands of miles away and he's just like going through these tabs and trying to figure out what's going to happen the resolution of the maps looking at over Mozambique. It's not that great like it's just like big things of clouds over the whole country yet. No it's not good. Yeah Yeah it makes his job super hard so like on this particular day he wanted to know when it would rain and how much but instead all he could really say was that it was going to read some amount sometime sometime in the afternoon in some parts of the area around the capital which is not enough information. If you WanNa like close roots or make sure that people aren't endanger Moose and he told me like right now. We are using global models but what we need is a weather. Model all our own for Mozambique's with better resolution because the weather threats are getting more severe weather threats are we talking about so he's specifically talking about whether other that's worse because the climate is changing. He was really explicit about that. So for example the two cyclones that hit this ear. Cyclones can happen in a normal year right without climate change. But it's a lot more likely you'll get two big storms forming when you're with climate change got US Earth Guitar and if you're a Cossio Temba you're sitting in your office. He and his colleagues were not able to tell where the worst flooding from those storms was going to happen until after they made landfall right right and then at that point it's too late. You're not you're just fixing things instead of trying to prevent things from being damaged or people exactly which is not where you want to be. So what do they need. Well you need better weather forecasting and that means you need two things need better data about what is happening and you need better computer models about what could happen in the future. And I talked to the scientists in Maputo in the capital who basically trains all of the meteorologist's Mozambique he works at the university. Edward Mondlane University city there. His name is Antonio Chaos and he is very focused on the first thing the data itself used to say garbage in garbage out about the model itself doesn't solve anything he's talking about better raw local measurements about like wind and humidity and rain like really basic stuff and Gnat is something that we really take for granted in the US Africa as a continent maybe excluding little bits of Africa discussed the of metrological skull daytime even on the continent side. And it's worse when you go to oceanside oceanside he's talking about the data that's actually collected along the coast out at sea which is where cyclones forum. It's where a lot of whether comes from and there is just not a lot of reliable local data there. Are there any efforts to to fix that to get more more data. Yeah so there's this one example that I think really encapsulates what's going on. So in the early two thousands Mozambique's government and the World Bank Anthony at this German company came together and they installed to weather radar stations on the coast of Mozambique and one of the two towers was in the town of shot which is only like three hours from the capital. And I was going there anyway. I wanted to see it because I had heard that the president himself cut the ribbon when it was opened in two thousand four presidents love to cut ribbons. No matter where you are they love it. So I visit this place and the guy who unlocks the gate for me. Is this this Guy Salomao mouse and he's the janitor for the local meteorology office and for years. He has been walking like three miles up this hill to dust. Sweep and keep it clean. Can we go inside your body red ladder you into a hole in the ceiling. Can you hear that. You're very echoey dome and telescope sort of And it looks fine but Salam mouse tells me this story. While we're standing up there in the dark it goes like like this so the radar is installed into four and before that people in this area and he's from here they didn't take the weather forecast very seriously because often they were wrong so like when there was flooding predicted people would just stay in their homes. Leave their cattle out in the low lying fields and often bad things would what happened so then in two thousand eight four years after the radars installed. There's the storm and there's heavy rain and there's wind in the local meteorologists can see from the radar data that the storm is stalled. Like it's not moving and so they put out a warning they're like. Hey guys be careful. The storm is not over. It's going to be like two to three days. Do not go out. Like don't go to areas and they were right okay and people were super impressed. Like Salma Mouse Remembers people saying like were you talking to God with that thing. Oh okay wow so yeah this radar made people really really proud proud good but then shortly after that the radar started to malfunction. That's what they do they do that. They're they're really hard to keep calibrated. And it's extra hard when you're not in place that's had radar in the past. There's not one of expertise in the area. The company that made it was from Germany and like local technicians. Didn't necessarily fairly heavily expertise they needed or the parts and in the end this particular radar towers. It stopped working altogether around twenty thirteen. And what really kills kills me is like mouse. Janitor has been keeping it clean anyway ever since like going there every few days gotta have imagine. That's like extremely frustrating right. He's like maintaining you keeping it clean like ready for somebody to come in there but he has no idea if and when somebody's GonNa actually make it work again yeah. I asked him this because I was driving up the wall and he was like of course it does yes. It is extremely annoying and he still hopes it'll start working again. Yeah so if it if it doesn't start working again is weather radar in that area. The only way meteorologists can get information about the local weather or is there something else else that they can do. Yeah that's the big question and a lot of meteorologists and climate scientists. I talked to you about this issue. They said that in the long term for places like Mozambique the better option maybe satellite data. There are already whether satellites up there in orbit collecting information about a lot of the world. And if you could just get that information mission to the people that need it it might be a better source. But it's an enormous amount of data. That's coming down. So you need great Internet. You need computing power so you need more training for the people who actually going to use this data plus you need a better weather models put it all into and all of that is super expensive and and I think we all know that governments generally don't have lots of cash around just waiting to be invested in science generally speaking no look the science slush fund. It hasn't been something that you know. I mean we're doing all right over here but it's not great. Yeah exactly and Mozambique is no different like Muslim because not a rich country they do not. I have a ton of money lying around to like totally upgrade their weather systems or they would have already done it and every time. There's a disaster. That's more money out the door or to help with the immediate recovery which is important but it's a vicious cycle exactly and actually the Paris climate agreement has something built into it to help countries Lake Mozambique deal with the effects of climate change and prepare for the future. It's called capacity building and it's a mechanism that's supposed to have richer countries the countries countries that historically contributed the most climate change. Help foot the bill for smaller countries countries. That didn't contributed so much to climate change to prepare right and I feel like that's just going to be a question that keeps coming up kind of over and over which is who should shoulder the burden for the challenges that are caused by climate. Change right yeah yeah yeah. It's really hard question. And there's what should happen and there's what is happening to like up until now. Even though most countries say they agree with the idea that richer countries the help foot the bill the actual not of money changing hands is relatively small higher Rebecca Hersher. I appreciate you appreciate you

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In Mozambique, Meteorologists Can't Keep Up With Climate Change

Short Wave

09:49 min | 7 months ago

In Mozambique, Meteorologists Can't Keep Up With Climate Change

"Okay. So so you visited a country that doesn't have super great meteorological data and there are a lot of countries that have this issue but I chose Mozambique and Southern Africa. Okay why sound sound well. Mozambique is a good example of a place where you don't have great weather data and you're dealing with the effects of climate change in a really obvious way so there's -ceptable bowl to cyclones to droughts and floods there's a very long coastline a big river delta and Mozambique was hit by two big cyclones. Last year they're experiencing a drought this year. So yeah it's a place where these issues are front and center. So what does that actually look like for meteorologists in Mozambique. They basically can't can't tell what the weather's going to be is that right. Yeah not that accurately at least so to see how it unfolds. I went to visit Mozambique's National Institute of Meteorology and I hung out with the lead meteorologist Cossio Tampa Bay will. He did his job for morning and on the day I went. It was actually a good example because there was rain in the forecast which is normal and the capital Maputo where we were is pretty flood-prone like if it gets maybe an inch and a half of rain some of the streets will flood. Oh that's not a lot. Yeah not a lot not good so with rain in the forecast while I was there is just sitting at his computer. He has all these tabs open and he is looking at weather maps from Europe from Japan from the US Navy from from the US National Oceanic Administration like up the road here thousands of miles away and he's just like going through these tabs and trying to figure out what's going to happen the resolution of the maps looking at over Mozambique. It's not that great like it's just like big things of clouds over the whole country yet. No it's not good. Yeah Yeah it makes his job super hard so like on this particular day he wanted to know when it would rain and how much but instead all he could really say was that it was going to read some amount sometime sometime in the afternoon in some parts of the area around the capital which is not enough information. If you WanNa like close roots or make sure that people aren't endanger Moose and he told me like right now. We are using global models but what we need is a weather. Model all our own for Mozambique's with better resolution because the weather threats are getting more severe weather threats are we talking about so he's specifically talking about whether other that's worse because the climate is changing. He was really explicit about that. So for example the two cyclones that hit this ear. Cyclones can happen in a normal year right without climate change. But it's a lot more likely you'll get two big storms forming when you're with climate change got US Earth Guitar and if you're a Cossio Temba you're sitting in your office. He and his colleagues were not able to tell where the worst flooding from those storms was going to happen until after they made landfall right right and then at that point it's too late. You're not you're just fixing things instead of trying to prevent things from being damaged or people exactly which is not where you want to be. So what do they need. Well you need better weather forecasting and that means you need two things need better data about what is happening and you need better computer models about what could happen in the future. And I talked to the scientists in Maputo in the capital who basically trains all of the meteorologist's Mozambique he works at the university. Edward Mondlane University city there. His name is Antonio Chaos and he is very focused on the first thing the data itself used to say garbage in garbage out about the model itself doesn't solve anything he's talking about better raw local measurements about like wind and humidity and rain like really basic stuff and Gnat is something that we really take for granted in the US Africa as a continent maybe excluding little bits of Africa discussed the of metrological skull daytime even on the continent side. And it's worse when you go to oceanside oceanside he's talking about the data that's actually collected along the coast out at sea which is where cyclones forum. It's where a lot of whether comes from and there is just not a lot of reliable local data there. Are there any efforts to to fix that to get more more data. Yeah so there's this one example that I think really encapsulates what's going on. So in the early two thousands Mozambique's government and the World Bank Anthony at this German company came together and they installed to weather radar stations on the coast of Mozambique and one of the two towers was in the town of shot which is only like three hours from the capital. And I was going there anyway. I wanted to see it because I had heard that the president himself cut the ribbon when it was opened in two thousand four presidents love to cut ribbons. No matter where you are they love it. So I visit this place and the guy who unlocks the gate for me. Is this this Guy Salomao mouse and he's the janitor for the local meteorology office and for years. He has been walking like three miles up this hill to dust. Sweep and keep it clean. Can we go inside your body red ladder you into a hole in the ceiling. Can you hear that. You're very echoey dome and telescope sort of And it looks fine but Salam mouse tells me this story. While we're standing up there in the dark it goes like like this so the radar is installed into four and before that people in this area and he's from here they didn't take the weather forecast very seriously because often they were wrong so like when there was flooding predicted people would just stay in their homes. Leave their cattle out in the low lying fields and often bad things would what happened so then in two thousand eight four years after the radars installed. There's the storm and there's heavy rain and there's wind in the local meteorologists can see from the radar data that the storm is stalled. Like it's not moving and so they put out a warning they're like. Hey guys be careful. The storm is not over. It's going to be like two to three days. Do not go out. Like don't go to areas and they were right okay and people were super impressed. Like Salma Mouse Remembers people saying like were you talking to God with that thing. Oh okay wow so yeah this radar made people really really proud proud good but then shortly after that the radar started to malfunction. That's what they do they do that. They're they're really hard to keep calibrated. And it's extra hard when you're not in place that's had radar in the past. There's not one of expertise in the area. The company that made it was from Germany and like local technicians. Didn't necessarily fairly heavily expertise they needed or the parts and in the end this particular radar towers. It stopped working altogether around twenty thirteen. And what really kills kills me is like mouse. Janitor has been keeping it clean anyway ever since like going there every few days gotta have imagine. That's like extremely frustrating right. He's like maintaining you keeping it clean like ready for somebody to come in there but he has no idea if and when somebody's GonNa actually make it work again yeah. I asked him this because I was driving up the wall and he was like of course it does yes. It is extremely annoying and he still hopes it'll start working again. Yeah so if it if it doesn't start working again is weather radar in that area. The only way meteorologists can get information about the local weather or is there something else else that they can do. Yeah that's the big question and a lot of meteorologists and climate scientists. I talked to you about this issue. They said that in the long term for places like Mozambique the better option maybe satellite data. There are already whether satellites up there in orbit collecting information about a lot of the world. And if you could just get that information mission to the people that need it it might be a better source. But it's an enormous amount of data. That's coming down. So you need great Internet. You need computing power so you need more training for the people who actually going to use this data plus you need a better weather models put it all into and all of that is super expensive and and I think we all know that governments generally don't have lots of cash around just waiting to be invested in science generally speaking no look the science slush fund. It hasn't been something that you know. I mean we're doing all right over here but it's not great. Yeah exactly and Mozambique is no different like Muslim because not a rich country they do not. I have a ton of money lying around to like totally upgrade their weather systems or they would have already done it and every time. There's a disaster. That's more money out the door or to help with the immediate recovery which is important but it's a vicious cycle exactly and actually the Paris climate agreement has something built into it to help countries Lake Mozambique deal with the effects of climate change and prepare for the future. It's called capacity building and it's a mechanism that's supposed to have richer countries the countries countries that historically contributed the most climate change. Help foot the bill for smaller countries countries. That didn't contributed so much to climate change to prepare right and I feel like that's just going to be a question that keeps coming up kind of over and over which is who should shoulder the burden for the challenges that are caused by climate. Change right yeah yeah yeah. It's really hard question. And there's what should happen and there's what is happening to like up until now. Even though most countries say they agree with the idea that richer countries the help foot the bill the actual not of money changing hands is relatively small higher Rebecca Hersher. I appreciate you appreciate you

Why Do Lions Roar?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Why Do Lions Roar?

"Hi My name's Cli- I live in Physics Arizona and my question is why the Lions always war for answers. We turn to Paolo Bouli of Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique. Why do lion's roar lions liked liked to live in very large wild areas that are full of forests and rivers and Grasslands but alliance roars very loud and powerful and can can travel through the air for a long way at night so even though different lions might be far from each other when they will begin roaring at night all the other the lions get to know which are the lions coasts by lions are social they live in groups and so it's very important they communicate with each other and yeah no it? Everyone else is. And that's why lion's

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Malawi receives 17 black rhinos from South Africa

BBC World Service

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Malawi receives 17 black rhinos from South Africa

"Seventeen critically endangered black rhinos have been moved successfully from because soon to tell province in South Africa to Malawi as part of an anti poaching exercise in southern Africa yes Simon Hancock the animals weighing around one point four tons each were taken by errand ready to live on the national park near Milan always border with Mozambique the project involved the African parks conservation organization working with which is soldiers to train ranges in which you sing the illegal trade so far two hundred ranges of being trained in Malawi and no high value species have been posted in the warm the for the least two years

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British troops help relocate critically endangered black rhinos from South Africa to Malawi

BBC World Service

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

British troops help relocate critically endangered black rhinos from South Africa to Malawi

"Seventeen critically endangered black rhinos have been moved successfully from because soon to tell province in South Africa to Malawi as part of an anti poaching exercise in southern Africa yes Simon Hancock the animals weighing around one point four tons each were taken by errand ready to live on the national park near Milan always border with Mozambique the project involved the African parks conservation organization working with which is soldiers to train ranges in which you sing the illegal trade so far two hundred ranges of being trained in Malawi and no high value species have been posted in the warm the for the least two years

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How Did the Ancient Land Blob Called Gondwana Become Today's Southern Continents?

BrainStuff

05:50 min | 9 months ago

How Did the Ancient Land Blob Called Gondwana Become Today's Southern Continents?

"Lauren Bogle bomb here sometimes. Good Science Science can happen just by looking at a map of the world and letting your mind wander for instance observe how Africa and South America seemed to have been very recently cuddled together even though there are currently a couple of thousand miles of ocean between them similarly Madagascar fits perfectly into a little nick in the eastern edge of Africa and the Middle East seems seems to be pulling away from the top of Africa like a corner being pulled off of a hot cookie with a reasonably good representation of the shape and arrangement of the world's continents in front of them. Anyone could easily assess the earth's land masses have definitely been speaking around the name for the southern landmass that once was is Gondwanaland and also known as Gondwana but it wasn't just the shape of the continents that clued researchers into its former existence. They've also looked at similarities. Among plants and animals that live across the modern separate continents from those clues. Gondwana was an idea long before anybody figured out how or why. It worked the secret of course being plate. tectonics and idea that didn't really start gaining steam. Until the mid twentieth century but a nineteenth century Austrian geologist named Edward Seuss put a name to the concept of the supercontinent in his book. The face of the earth the first volume of which was published in eighteen eighty. Three SEUSS didn't come up with many completely novel ideas ideas. But he did a great job of synthesizing. A bunch of the research of the day to conclude that the southern continents and landmasses we now know as South America Africa Arabia India via Sri Lanka and Madagascar had at one point in time been connected because one well just look at them and two. They contained the same rocks and the same fossil's from an extinct feathery leafed tree called gloss of terrace Austria and in Arctic. Oh would be added theory. Thirty years later Gondwana on what was named for a densely forested region of central India where the first fossil evidence of the supercontinent was found in the nineteenth century. WanNa is a word for forest in Sanskrit and the guns are tribe that European explorers. I found living in the region. Even though we now know a lot about the mechanism by which Gondwana China was formed. It's extremely complicated and still being investigated. There's at least one. Peer Reviewed Scientific Journal devoted entirely to the study of the supercontinent. It's it's called appropriately Gondwana research however. There are a few things that we're pretty certain of I got Wada wasn't built in a day. The the making of Gondwana was a long process. Most likely through three major mountain building events driven by the movement of Earth's tectonic plates we spoke spoke via email with Joseph Merit professor in the Department of Geological Sciences. At the University of Florida he explained during the interval from about six hundred fifty to five hundred in fifty million years ago. Various pieces of Africa and South America collided along an ancient mountain chain called the Brazilian belt slightly older but overlapping with the Brazilian. Oh seven seven hundred and fifty to six hundred and fifty million years. AGO is the east African Oregon or Mozambique Belt that resulted from the collision between East Africa and Madagascar India Tree Lanka and parts of East Antarctica. The final collision was along the Kouanga Oregon between all those assembled pieces and the rest of Antarctica and Australia between five five hundred eighty and five hundred and thirty million years ago so it was a couple hundred million years of extremely slow continental car wrecks the created this Beta Ada version of Gondwana. But it wasn't done yet later about three hundred million years ago other landmasses join forces with it to form the giant ball of land. We now no no as Panja. But one continent rule them all couldn't last and sometime between two hundred eighty and two hundred million years ago. Hingis started started disintegrating as magma began pushing up from beneath the mega supercontinent creating rifts in the land that would later become seafloor as Penn.. Jia cracked the top part was pushed to the north creating the continent Laura Asia and Gondwana headed south back when Gondwana was just a baby supercontinent between five hundred and fifty and four hundred eighty five million years ago it hosted some of the very first complex life forms like trial abides bracket pods but since it continued to exist I didn't the drastic period lots of plant and animal. Evolution went down there merit said Gondwana contains evidence for evolutionary changes in the very first complex complex animals. The very first fish amphibians and reptiles the most famous fossils are the gun doina flora such as the loss of terrace fern a freshwater reptile called. Messo Soroush Soroush in a land. Reptile called Lyster Soroush Gondwana existed as a single landmass for more than three hundred million years because of its humongous assize by covered an area of one hundred billion square kilometers or about thirty nine billion square miles and because the continents moved a lot during that time Gondwana experienced many different climates said during the Cambridge. When Gondwana I formed the earth and Gondwana were in a greenhouse state in the late order vision? Four four hundred fifty million years ago gun was moving over. The South Pole and the climate was very cold. Gondwana continued to move through variety of latitudes and depending on where you are located hated. The climate might have been quite warm or more temperate. The continent was so large. That one part of Gondwana might be located at the quarter while another might be located at the poll. It's true it would have been cool to see Gondwana in its prime and although you won't personally get to see its victorious return. That doesn't mean that it's not possible. Possible the continents are always moving and scientists have a lot of ideas about what our next supercontinent is going to look like.

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"mozambique" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:59 min | 9 months ago

"mozambique" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The safety of election monitors in Mozambique just under twenty of them were arrested during the presidential elections in October they've been incommunicado for months and they've not been transferred to a different prison amnesty international human rights pressure group organization is concerned for their well being and says that lawyers and family don't know what's going on so what we know about what is going on researcher for Mozambique amnesty is David Masina who joins us now David first off just remind us word of the election monitors wet what organizations were they from what were they doing away with they arrested these are eighteen party delegates accredited by the election authorities to monitor election in the polling stations they came from the New Democracy party when Miller democracy which was cool contesting the provincial election in this election cycle so there would there would be a good addition by election authorities to monitor elections in the polling stations in shock when but they have been arrested by the police on the same day at around seven o'clock on the fifteenth on the election day I'm taken to prison I'm a delegation that they had a free a good education documents I'm they've been booked incommunicado I'm doing not allowed to see that lawyers farming is we're not allowed to see them I'm do have been held in appalling conditions right you know urinating on disengaging preaching on sleeping in the same place these are pretty near mint condition and one what what one thing that I mean that we need to know is whether they be in with a in a series of of of of election stations that were close to one another well they sort of looking off to an area and was that area controversial politically so the area he's in Gaza province I need the district you shop with the district where the way money during the election does a province in the province that has received three hundred thousand extra number of voters during jury if we just station time so these any like a regularity that dumb electoral board electors election monitoring bodies have been you're not talking about I'm question against you and civil society has been complaining about it so it's very controversial because it's in the same province where the executive publicly the the the civil society leader who was who was leading out from a session of training election monitors yeah so it's a very controversial area it's a very sensitive areas I'm not calling for unconditional and you need you to release because the arrest is illegal but presumably they could have important evidence of what they stole him what is already a controversial area in in in the election as well so what they know who is important they've now be transferred but how do you know what's going on when the lawyers in the family have been informed about whether going well there are some been men willing to people here and there who sometimes allow family members to see them but that's not something official you know so you know they probably have very important information but there is no way of us knowing your because you're not allowed you know a consistent contact with the outside world and this is why I was saying keep bees is illegal Sasha routed the mystery I'm this is the median on condition that go you're saying thank you very much indeed research of Mozambique I'm just the international that was David Messina BBC world service thank you for.

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Mozambique to vote in tense, high-stakes election

BBC World Service

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Mozambique to vote in tense, high-stakes election

"Mozambique his holding general elections after a campaign marked by violence and allegations of electoral fraud president for anything you say is standing for a second term Mrs governing for Lima party seeks to extend its decades long rule the opposition renamo party is aiming to win the local elections in its traditional strongholds even if it comes secure power at a national level for limo and renamo were rivals in Mozambique's long civil war and signed a peace deal any of this year after a resurgence of violence

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News in Brief 20 September 2019

UN News

03:34 min | 11 months 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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 Pope to Mozambique after new accord: 'Courage brings peace'

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Pope to Mozambique after new accord: 'Courage brings peace'

"Pope Francis is in Africa first stop Mozambique thousands of residents some wearing colorful skirts printed with the pope's image on the words hoop peace reconciliation lined the streets of the capital Maputo this Francis is Medicaid swept by in his speech the pope praised the officials courage for setting aside personal interest on violence the working instead of for the common good adding you have refused to let human relationships be governed by vengeance repression or to allow hatred to have the final word I'm Charles Taylor this month later speaking to an inter religious meeting of young people the pop advise them to walk joyfully in the ways of peace he said there are two attitudes that killed hopes and dreams resignation and anxiety because they propel us on an easy about self defeating path.

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Pope Francis Goes to Africa, With Renewed Focus on Poverty and Climate

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Pope Francis Goes to Africa, With Renewed Focus on Poverty and Climate

"And pope Francis hitting the road today he'll start a tour of Africa the first stop Mozambique where the pope's agenda will include focusing on poverty corruption climate change and foreign exploitation of resources pope Francis will spend most of his trip in Mozambique and Madagascar which have been hit hard by poverty and

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Pope gets stuck in Vatican elevator and arrives late for Sunday address

Business Beware

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Pope gets stuck in Vatican elevator and arrives late for Sunday address

"Story the pope was ten minutes late for his weekly address in Saint Peter's square on Sunday morning because he was stuck in an elevator as the pope began his address he smiled and said quote I have to beg your pardon he then explained that an electrical problem in the Vatican held them up for the twenty five minutes before firefighters could freedom Francis leaves Wednesday of this week for a tour of Africa on a seven day trip mostly to Mozambique and

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Mozambique, President And Pope Francis discussed on WBBM Morning News

WBBM Morning News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Mozambique, President And Pope Francis discussed on WBBM Morning News

"And the president Mozambique hit the leader of the country's main opposition group of signed a peace deal to end years of hostilities that followed a fifteen year civil war thousands of the former rebel groups remaining fighters are laying down their weapons just weeks before a visit by pope Francis upcoming national election will test the now political rivals

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"mozambique" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"mozambique" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Mozambique the world food program is warning some one point six million people are facing food and security months after two cyclones left hundreds dead and one of the worst weather related disasters ever to hit the southern hemisphere meanwhile much of Europe is being hit by a massive heat wave sending temperatures and to record setting and life threatening train for parts of the continent temperatures are forecast to reach a hundred four degrees Fahrenheit in many German cities with highs in Paris expected to top a hundred seven degrees it's the second major heat wave this year in Europe where many countries recorded their highest ever temperatures just one month ago this comes as new research published in the journal science finds the climate is changing faster and over a wider area of the earth than any other time in the last two thousand years the current rate of change far outpaces climate variations seen centuries ago during events like the medieval warm period on the little ice age former vice president and twenty twenty presidential contender Joe Biden Wednesday defended his support for the nineteen ninety four crime bill which impose mandatory minimum sentences on nonviolent offenders directed billions of dollars for prison construction and led the United States to become the world's largest mass incarcerated Biden's defense of the law which she co authored while serving as a senator from Delaware came as the annual convention of the end of the laci P. wrapped up in Detroit nineteen ninety four crime bill we had a gigantic epidemic in America violence particularly in African American communities now Jesse and I disagree little business with my community the notion was was overwhelmingly supported by noon was referring to comments by the civil rights leader Reverend Jesse Jackson you said Biden Wednesday had some obligation to address the nineteen ninety four crime bill on Tuesday Biden rolled out his criminal justice reform proposal which would reverse many of the provisions of the ninety four crime bill he helped author another presidential candidate appearing at the end of the laci peace convention New York New Jersey senator Cory Booker took aim at Biden's proposal god help me an architect of mass.

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"mozambique" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"mozambique" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"That this is really really crazy. This is like something a movie they had a big cyclone in Mozambique, recently and big cyclone is like a hurricane right as a hurricane part of the world. And it was terrible. And a woman who lived there. Her home was destroyed by floods and she had to seek shelter. And she climbed a tree a mango tree with her two year old son as the flood waters were rising. And when she got up there. To say she was pregnant at the time, right? She had the baby in the tree. She said I had no choice but to climate tree. I was alone with my son than the pain started. I had no run around that can't imagine any party. You can't imagine giving birth. But I know I can't imagine giving birth in a tree holding a two year old child. Yeah. Family stayed up in the tree clinging to branches for more than two days there for more than two days. Absolutely amazing story. So he would tell you we give you information you won't hear anywhere else. And then there's this. I don't care about this story. I don't like cats, but was not just cats dogs to a pet communicators. These are animal west whisperers, and they're everywhere people that claim to be able to talk to your pets, and they charge you to find out. What your pet is thanking talk to my pet. She just doesn't talk. Exactly, exactly. In fact, I talked to her all the time is one woman who says she left the insurance agency twenty-seven years ago. She does five to six calls a day. That's how many clients she has. And she says the animals speak to her in full sentences in English. Over the phone. No, no in in person. She she told one woman she said, your is your cat about fourteen owners had no she's nine the moment says while she feels older really. She's I don't know if I should tell you this or not, but she had breathing surgery three years ago. My dogs almost fifteen doesn't act like it. Let's what was I going to tell you about this doesn't matter. Anyway, that probably says how do I get rid of these annoying owners Oshii charges ninety five dollars for a twenty to forty minute session one hundred five dollars if it's urgent. How could it be urgent to know what your dog is saying got know what I need to go out? I'm taking poop in the house 'cause you piss me off seven twenty five kale. I have is traffic time again right now. And again right now, here's Bill Jackson. In Dallas on I thirty five northbound.

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"mozambique" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"mozambique" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In northern Mozambique of attacked a convoy vehicles belonging to an American oil and gas company the first such attack in an area where an Islamist militant group is active. We'll Ross reports the convoy was heading along a main road near Anadarko gas project in Palmer went about. Fifteen gunmen dressed in black opened fire. Although no one was killed. This incident is an extremely worrying development for Mozambique, especially if it's confirmed that the gunman of from the same Jihadist group that's killed dozens of people in coastal villages. It could Mark a change of tactics by the jihadists and be a significant threat to the multi-billion dollar gas industry, which is due to provide a major boost to Mozambique's economy a convoy about thirty trucks says evacuated more of the remaining civilians from Gouves the last village in Syria still held by the Islamic state group. The trucks are carrying mostly women and children. Mark Lowen reports. Clearing baggers is taking longer than expected. Thousands of civilians are still in the last held pocket. The latest. Accusation carrying some thirty truckloads to safety many fighters. There are refusing to surrender. But Kurdish led forces say they won't launch a final attack until it's clear of civilians once the caliphate falls American troops will withdraw that Washington. Now says two hundred will remain there that is designed to placate US allies that say the American withdrawal as premature and to reassure the Kurdish forces who fear. They're vulnerable to an attack by Turkey, which sees them as terrorists a court in Moscow has extended by three months the detention of a former US marine who's accused by Russia of spying Reenen was arrested in December Russian security officials say they found a flash drive in his possession, which contain state secrets. But Mr. Wheeler lawyer says his client believed that the drive given to him by a Russian friend contain Soto's and videos of tourist excursions miss. Tweeden insists that he's innocent. You're listening to the latest world. News from the BBC. This is WNYC New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. The city health department has confirmed ninety cases of measles in the biggest outbreak of a virus in the city since the disease was officially erotic ated nearly twenty years ago. The current outbreak started last October and this week the city confirmed seventeen new cases most in Williamsburg in Brooklyn councilman Steve Levin has parents need to give their kids vaccinated, it is incredibly contagious and can have very serious complications for children women were pregnant and the elderly and there's a way to stop it. And that's you vaccinate. The health department says seven people have been hospitalized. All of the cases involve people who are either unvaccinated or who have not received both doses of the measles vaccine following a scathing homeland security report detailing the conditions for immigrants at New Jersey's Essex County jail. Officials are taking an unprecedented step WNYC's. Matt Katz reports the president of the Essex County freeholder which oversees the jail said he's convey. Meaning a first ever hearing to examine the forty million dollar annual contract with immigration and customs enforcement, Brendan Gill said he's disturbed by the inspector general report, which detailed unsafe conditions, including moldy bread, a guard's gun left unattended, and quote, unrecognizable hamburger patties since the Trump administration increased the rest of immigrants the county has been taking in more detainees and thus more revenue. President Trump's name could be left off the twenty twenty ballot in New Jersey. If he doesn't disclose his tax returns, the democratic led state Senate passed a Bill yesterday requiring presidential and vice presidential candidates to release at least five years of federal tax filings. Trump says he's not disclose his taxes because he's being audited. The Bill now goes to the democratic led assembly. If it passes it will then head to democratic governor, Phil Murphy, former Republican Governor Chris Christie previously. Vetoed this legislation. Mostly cloudy skies expected today. Highs near forty four degrees tonight should be mostly cloudy with a low around thirty to thirty nine. Degrees right now, it's nine of six. Hello and welcome to NewsHour from.

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"mozambique" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"mozambique" Discussed on Overdue

"Was refounded in ten ninety five okay the pope recognized in eleven seventy nine i don't know that they made this helps us no it does it does some portugal fac so let's get into the story of the book did you want me to share tales of good rats because you asked me look some up yeah are there any good rats in history that we should know about because rats are getting a bad give a good name pizza at number one best rat there are so i read a twenty fourteen cnn story and i believe they're still being used for this but there are rats in africa in mozambique who have helped clear the country of landmines by sniffing them out because even though the rats over there are the size of cats there still to light to set off a landmine oh so they go fine land mines and then they can also detect to bricky lsus in blood samples by sent yeah what do they do they go see this is get that look like they just squeak about it okay theorize that it was pretty easy to tell when found a mind but they don't set the minds off so i guess they just squeak about it or they like go go away from it maybe like set a flock of rats flock of a minefield they would like move around the mines maybe a scurry of rats thanks margaret but yes so so rats good could be not in this book let's get back to these dirty rats so clooney scourge starts having dreams both like good dreams of himself crushing and ruling red walls and of some mystical hero who's going to stop him now the thing about what little mythology that the mice of.

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"mozambique" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT

960 The Patriot KKNT

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"mozambique" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT

"In india pakistan in this case they murdered one that's ramadan in pakistan we also have public wonder ramadan any mozambique muslims went on a rampage and beheaded ten people including children is a village in northern mozambique it's not clear exactly why this seems to be the first jihadist attack in the country of mozambique the group claims to be i'll sit setup which was actually a somalian group and it's not clear whether this group in mozambique is associated with the somali alshabaab or not productive when the same thing they're going out kennedy mass murderer and in this case i also in the month of ramadan or that's supposed to become closer to allah rapid spencer says ramadan during which muslims leadup over efforts to please our and our finance muslims to kill details in his caused families of promising them paradise if they do again that is i nine one eleven grand so what happens here ramadan in nigeria there were two female suicide bombers and again remember we call them suicide bombers are martyrs who kill while they die in the cause of allah and their suspected boko haram jihadist is the essentially the equivalent of isis al qaeda operating in northern nigeria and they explosives to themselves in detonated explosives inside the house and near a mosque in northern nigeria by the way northern nigeria boko haram which is as i say like the taliban isis they've been conducting a nine year old ready in favor of setting up on his sign expect in the nigeria they've already killed more than twenty thousand people in these last night in years and they have displaced two point six million from their homes in nigeria resorted to suicide bombers using mostly women and girls and they target military checkpoints mosques markets bus stations schools and other crowded places out so much sport ramadan gave nigeria well we also have a case of.

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"mozambique" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"mozambique" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"With a shower maryland mozambique's failures that have led indirectly to the death of officer eimi caprio governor hogan's got brand new tv ad out the tale of two chelsea's manning and clinton now we got senator mike lee coming up in about thirty minutes on his actually buck was out last spring and hardback paperback now but i want to get a chance to talk with senator as the supreme court is nearing the end of its session he was a former clerk for the court so we'll get his insight onto that the f o p lodge free in baltimore city lieutenant jean ryan has written a piece in the sun paper over the weekend and in it he talks about the death of officer capri on there was laid to rest on friday and he writes how could this have happened sadly there's an answer to that question in an article on may twenty third of the baltimore sun it is clearly apparent there are fingers being pointed at everyone involved by everyone involved and yes there are disappointments aplenty the failure however lies with state's attorney marilyn moesby and her continuing inability to understand the importance that our office plays in combating crime in baltimore city mr ryan writes that the safety of our citizens dependent on a relationship between the pd and the judiciary clothing ms moesby and her staff a relationship that honors the common goal of providing for the public protection for too long now that relationship has been strained by miss mozambique's apparent catch and release philosophy of criminal enforcement dont'a harris is the latest in a long list of those who posed an obvious danger to the community but who have for whatever the reason ben released pending trial or in many instances have not even stood trial whether or not the home detention system used to hinder his movement was a quipped with a gps locator is not the failure in this ad saga the fact that he was sent home pending trial at all is the true failure here mr harris has a history of criminal activity and escape he undeniably presented a danger to our citizens and should have been detained accordingly it was the responsibility of ms moesby as the baltimore city state's attorney to ensure this outcome she did not and.

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"mozambique" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"mozambique" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"They're very active in africa we build the airport in senegal on the basis of your operating it they have plans i recalls in mozambique so we will be probably on this region then in asia in america right now the plan to go i appeal that's that's an exciting one for you what's the latest on that front do we have a date do we have a bit of a clear timeline looking for opportunities i feel says some windows so we are kind of having all our companies are ready like group is the secondbiggest seven cooking turkey our infrastructure and energy group say likewise i mean we are vertically integrated in energy generation distribution trading so we are looking for the right window to move forward put that be in two thousand eighteen maybe the last quarter two thousand nine thousand nine hundred twenty first quarter of two thousand nine hundred eighty s could be yes that was april demeer woman of lima investment speaking to me at the coin invest before yeah that was a great interview you said well we are counting down to the market open in in just over an hour from now let's get a preview from bloomberg's equities reporter for the middle east philippi philippi as always you come armed with a chart it's hashtag btv six four four seven you can pull it up on the bloomberg what does this one showing us tracy we're talking about emaar properties here it's the biggest stuck here in dubai very bad day on thirsty people did not like the announcement for their dividend day we're expecting more they're not happy with the shared this the part of the dividend that's regarding the development last year so we should see some pressure hyun dubai do today we're gonna kick off the trading week we we get the advantage in the reason we get to trade with santa this morning in regards to closes in the us which were battered europe was to chit so in terms of sentiment i we're starting to wait very much a risk off mobil oil is something which is cool to sandeman here you got the oil markets but equities could come under pressure at the start started trade.

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"mozambique" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"mozambique" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"And how have all yet to score and that's also heard nausea sell your third leading score thank you as how young lady averaging almost fourteen points a game has scored no points today in that absolutely kills yet and the first free throws up at good by seda seated on with fifteen points in the contest seda from mozambique she led her team to a motion mozambique national championship heck of a player the shut laden with you know she'll be playing overseas after the shearer who knows even better as a seda gets that wanted to go as well now down forty nine forty born she has a seat well deserved breather for her logitech with the ball now it's linked top of the circle laying over to anthony left to the key back to mcdonald's back to mcleod now top of a circle there's laying rightwing ten seconds on the shot clock anthony anthony over two legs laying fakes the shot now back to anthony for three and that one is off at the right wing rebound by poofs or 20 left here thirdquarter except out they by a try to make a little run here your stance at the far rightwing over to alexandra top of the circle back to how left at a key house gotta be able to score on his back to the ex rightwing sets and dip luke's boots gets their position one he added oh what a beautiful they're gonna call this spell odd taylor's daily as you tap beacon their way a little closer down forty nine forty three the charity strike to try and complete the threepoint play in the substitution as same whitney comes in and she will replace cleaver at boots from post in poland started 23 of 31 games as a freshman she's a sixty seven percent free throw shooter this one is up and that one is good to make it a forty nine four dan chips slowly but surely be back in this one lane top of the circle for lautrec lane two mcdonald's two anthony.

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"mozambique" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mozambique" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Mozambique 27 on am 970 the answer am970theanswercom were streaming live everything going on this morning and we're very pleased and privilege jeff congressman peter king where the chairman of the house homeland security subcommittee on counterterrorism and intelligence a counter congressman king of welcome back to the show so great that you join us in the morning like this peter we appreciate it more than we could tell you my friend or gratuities ever let me just tell you to be very honest about some of these like commodities because like oh i know i agree with him on saturday attended relevance kickoff at in such a nice guy i mean you know you you have sometimes yes sometimes i with francs five phones it's always a great guys up that's why i'm on the face and i didn't show up your insinuating that ensure peter and new jersey as you know i have a child that every exit is i try to be a good fight i try to be a good as good a father ted me i'd i'd never got there at frankie let me know that too but can i make it up leedle can i make it up to you and the congressman guy guys been done and we could do may be a special event where and i could alert of all of my children me i'll bring my children with me peter king with that'd be the lady who your wife or girlfriend award of eur though or its hey good to talk you do play by the way dan down run for a got a primary here and i assane of five boroughs and i'll say this the comes with under your your mentoring economy speaking indend on them and says as you have mentored him he's become a great public service and he really adapted down there in dc and is doing a great job or your great return greater are great guarded work work we'll soured worker of the hell work get the job done your traffic rep the glory for salt your and trump on front of other people awarded bond us a great guy to sour our eastern guiderule william perry got my on the court on australia and banners one hundred percent and bitter curves group the troops and following your stellar of leadership there congressman king.

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"mozambique" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mozambique" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Ira end and then to one or two years ladies wife was blown up by the south african security forces she was living in mozambique as a as a dissident so you knew the politics mattered the politics high walls abou ideas but for some people it was about life and death and you us and then you spent some years here in the us as you were growing up yeah i was i played mass slade in desperately rides again at a junior high school student in newton massachusetts none who seventy them the and i was a graduate student at the massachusetts and shoot and oji in 1988 a nine so there's a sort of transatlantic link for me and it's strange way have come back to live in eleven work in the us in new york to emotional towards and yours still as paul is it's a special part of the us it is a order certainly with his elon as his own of new york isaac yes a so i gather but the the americas been important part of my life and my wife jill citizens actually and so i've had the chance now to be a student in the us and to work in the us and obviously i'm still a british citizen but this is the sentence second most important country to manila what did you what we're your observations when you came here as a as a thirteen year old as well as a kid and then end as as a graduate student later of america and america's paul it was the land of opportunity in the '70s that sounds surprising probably for you you remember you you know this period seventy six two two eight years of misery years for someone coming as a twelve thirteen year old from blue blue industrial north of england to boston massachusetts it was the land of opportunity was the land of plenty it was a land where they were carpets in the bathrooms and showers and not that wasn't hot water in the uk but it was issue at baltimore showers i and it was a.

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"mozambique" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"mozambique" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Uk in particular no in yemen joe anyim well right now i think it's extremely unlikely that we are going to get you know market jitters or even serious selloffs in the markets turn turn into translate into serious fundamental vulnerability if that was going to happen it would have happened between two thousand thirteen and two thousand fifteen while we had all these shocks the dollar rally commodity price falls tape tantrum fragile five and prime we ask priced in a full normalization of us monetary policy in local bond market so em was going to go bust as a result of market panics it would have happened over that period of time but in fact we've had very very few defaults in sovereigns face i mean things like beliefs and the muslim young tuna bond is hobby something that's going to to shake things up and when you look at them most vulnerable part of the credit university and which is corporate highyield bonds we actually have lower default rates in emerging market highyield bonds than we have in us bonds so fundamentally emerging markets have held up far better than investors than investor sentiment that's precisely the reason why there is so much value in the a class right what is the mozambique peace the mozambique tuna bond on acid the tuna bond is divided on the voice they have not 23 of this is a tiny little bond and that has been given a lot of attention because that being so hugh defaults in emerging markets on one of them was always peak can of course muslim peak is such a tiny part of the universe which eyes more than eighty different fixedincome markets that them that you know as a muslim be so i'm looking at the mozambique i can get ten and a half percent it was price at ninety george 55 groups what is really come back to some kind of mozambique in stability at a yield a seventeen percent after halfcup after a haircut after aca what is the veil you of a seventeen percent yield of the mozambique trout or whatever the tuna bond i don't think there's a lot of value there i don't think muslim because demonstrated capacity ability and willingness to pay i think you can invest in other emerging market assets and too far better while taking much less risk tomic's one of this is a.

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"mozambique" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mozambique" Discussed on Brains On!

"Swaziland is a land locks country between mozambique and south africa in africa excellent and what are some of the animals that you see just when you're on your way to school we normally see in pilot whether back koodo in sometimes we see yonli and word that is amazing and so the reason that we brought you in today to help us is because of a video that you sent us that actually inspired this whole episode let's take a listen and then you can tell us what it is the ele in sierra tell our listeners what is happening in this video the zebra are running away from us and we're just going on a drive on mbale farm and they were fired a non they were running and to us it was very fanny we started the year than farting in than we thought it would be a good mystery sound from brains on so my mom took a video of it good idea we've posted that video over at brains on dot org so listeners please feel free to take a look and listen to this amazing creature and don't worry the video is odorless seeber fighting can be funny but like humans it's just part of what happens in bodies to learn all about human parts you can check out our episode called fart smart's that's on our website to so just like humans zebras have to let out a fart every now and then over the past few weeks we've been gathering listeners submitted animal farts.

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"mozambique" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

Inquiring Minds

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"mozambique" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

"So what what is the implication of these findings so that you that you came back with more one thing is if we wanted to actually prioritize small places that are most important to preserve it would be the rain forced in mozambique and actually we all the monster survey there's one only one left that has rainforest that starts at about four hundred meters and goes all the way up to about about um almost two thousand only one and that forest that mountain is not protect so we've been champion this idea that that should be the number one priority we did not find much differences in the lowlands almost anywhere with the same in the lowlands and there's a lot of it left no i'm glad there's some parts are ready nolan's lands but there's no parks for this rain forced and that's to me in this had the twice the diversity of of of species unique species that have this unique restore her stoorikhel perspective the story of this connection possibly to the congo liam preserved were lucky that the cuba pentagon is also very interested in preserving that 'cause they found interesting plant species up there but um as a national level it's still not highlighted enough in its so small is just one mountain but meanwhile the locals are still living there moving up the mountain cutting down the forced to grow rice and beans and corn so with time i shortly it could be gone so let's say you found i found some some species there are different that you look different inatani always interesting thing about ansa's their social life did you or were you able to look at how these colonies behave differently at different parts of the country or was that is that too big a task for the time that you had were we did vote about a month to it we had us another visitor from paris christian peters whose other behavioral specialist who works at how ants evolved reproduce and he came and we looked at ants along the coast we looked at one anther had this word behavior um it's so strangest hand.

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"mozambique" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"mozambique" Discussed on KKAT

"Mozambique police warned bald men after a ritual attack bald men in mozambique which by the way is also a tactical shooting pattern by the way bald men in mozambique could be targets of ritual attacks police have warned because five minutes so far been killed for their body parts what the so i'm not even making this up according to a fund so d s a police commander in mozambique's central province he says quote the belief is that the head of a bald man contains gold they also kill albinos in that area for ritual purposes they think that a bald head is full of gold and which innate and witchdoctors want these people's heads brought to them that's what they say they say comes from superstition and culture and they think that ball people are rich so if you're ball don't go to mozambique because they're gone behead you because they think your heads a full of gold just saying we gotta hear cans like we gotta stay about this narrative man billy's aimed somewhere freaking out right actually i mean just don't go to mozambique them we have more to get into that this one of the crazier things i've heard we have a lot more to get into in the meantime pedri mobile america's only conservative cell phone service they eyes has been my this has been my a cell phone service for the past couple of years i love the fact that i'm actually saving money over my previous from cell phone bell are real live customer serve his folks rape and uh i'm not funding things that i fight against every single day you're actually funding your values because a lot of cell phone companies donate money to planned parenthood and guncontrol groups and that's not what you want to support with patria mobile you actually get to support national reciprocity and border security because that's what patriot mobile supports in fact they just donated to the nra and their fight to make sure that national reciprocity becomes a reality.

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