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"mr gutierrez" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"mr gutierrez" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Hello. I'm Eileen McCue with the BBC news, the U. N Secretary General Antonio Guterres says more than a billion dollars has been pledged for Afghanistan at an emergency aid conference in Geneva. He said. One in three Afghans didn't know whether next meal will come from more than three million have now fled their homes, their suffering compounded by a drought. The coronavirus Sim political turmoil After the Taliban takeover, Mr Gutierrez shows the world to do everything possible to avert economic collapse. Humanitarian AIDS will not solve the problem. If the economy of Afghanistan collapses that would have devastating consequences for the people of Afghanistan and the stability of the countries of the region. The BBC has obtained and verified video footage showing civilians being killed by the Taliban in the Afghan province of Pan Shia. The Taliban spokesman denied civilians were targeted. The U. N. Human rights chief says gross violations continue to be perpetrated by all sides in Ethiopia's Tigre conflict, Michelle Bachelet warned that the country risk being torn apart. She was speaking after a joint investigation with Ethiopia's Human Rights Commission hears Will Ross investigators have been trying to find out the truth following endless allegations of abuses during 10 months of war in Ethiopia. But not all the field. Visits to the affected areas could go ahead, which will leave some room for further denials. Whilst the human rights chief said all sides have committed gross violations, the Ethiopian government forces and their allies came in for most criticism. They're accused of mass detentions, killings, sexual violence, systematic looting, forced displacement and detention of civilians. The UN human rights chief also said she's failed to gain meaningful access to Xinjiang to investigate possible abuses against ethnic waggers. Especially it had been trying to get the Chinese government to agree to a visit for the last three years. China is accused of setting up reeducation camps using slave labor and forcibly sterilizing women. Beijing denies wrongdoing. A fake press release has caused turmoil in the market for the Cryptocurrency light coin news that the U. S retailer Wal Mart was planning to work with light coin sent the value of all cryptocurrencies storing until the truth. They merged. He is really Catherine Jones. It seemed like the best possible news for light coin press release from WalMart arrived at major news organizations, including the BBC, announcing that the giant U. S retail chain was going to start allowing customers to pay with the Cryptocurrency. The Reuters news agency tweeted about the announcement, and within minutes the value of light coin had sought by over 30%. The soon WalMart confirmed that the press release hadn't come from the company. The value of light coin and other Cryptocurrencies fell as sharply as they had risen, leaving investors with another example of the dangers of this unregulated market. Live from news 88 7 in Houston. I'm.

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"mr gutierrez" Discussed on UN News

UN News

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"mr gutierrez" Discussed on UN News

"Hello in today's show aid to afghanistan in the international spotlight a meningitis alert and dr congo and alarming developments in northern ethiopia. As conflict escalates across tigray borders. That's all coming up in this week's un catch-up datelined geneva. Thanks for listening. I the news with katie dartford. This is the news. In brief from the united nations. People across afghanistan unimaginable suffering that. The un is committed and has a duty to stay in help. Those in need the united nations secretary general antonio guitarists said for that to happen. The new taliban government must provide full access for humanitarian workers and other key guarantees the un chief insisted goals must be allowed to go to school and women must be allowed to work. Mr gutierrez explained in a bbc interview highlighting the need for a relationship of trust. Between the un and afghanistan's new leaders un secretary general said that humanitarian aid can be an important entry points for future engagement with taliban they understood. That aid is essential that the international community will be more willing to provide assistance. If those conditions are met mr terror said his comments coincided with the talibans appointment of senior interim leadership positions. On tuesday staying with afghanistan the taliban takeover has left people in diet position with basic services collapsing. Un humanitarian warned ahead of a major fundraising conference of the country in geneva on thirteenth of september. The un food and agriculture organization. One that one in three afghans is acutely food insecure echoing that message the un humanitarian coordination office archer warned on tuesday that basic services in afghanistan collapsing and food and other lifesaving aid is about to run out action to help ordinary. Afghans must be taken now ahead of the fast approaching. Winter wheat season said fao director of the office of emergencies and resilience rain poulsen for the end of september. We need to make sure that's planting starting. there's a. There's a very short window of time. To be able to address that at the seeds conway the farmers conway. We need to do everything we can to ensure that those vulnerable households are supported. Tm now with has been no letup in more than six years of conflict nor the climate of thin among civilians u. n. appointed independent rights experts said on wednesday in a new report commissioned by the human rights council into how the war has been waged over the last twelve months. The panel condemned the same egregious. Violations that have characterized their previous findings. These include strikes by the saudi backed international coalition that support the government and indiscriminate shelling of civilians particularly by the who 'this but also by the government of yemen and the coalition group of eminent experts. Also said that. The southern transitional council were responsible for specific violations while power sharing deal with the government of yemen remains largely dysfunctional highlighting. How intense hostilities have been on the mirror up front in the past twelve months and in many other locations the un appointed panel of independent experts urge to fool cessation-of-hostilities and an end to the supply of arms to yemen by third parties. They also warned in their report on wednesday. That everyday life in yemen is now unbearable for many. In addition to the conflict people have to contend with disease outbreaks the code nineteen pandemic flooding import restrictions an economic and fuel crisis and limited humanitarian aid meningitis outbreak has been declared a northeastern democratic republic of the congo while the world health organization has been supporting the authorities to deploy emergency assistance. More than two hundred and sixty suspected cases in one hundred twenty. Nine deaths have been reported in. Oh province a high case fatality ratio fifty percent the un n. Health agency said on wednesday tests carried out by the institute. Pasta paris detected in syria meningitis. It's one of the most frequent strains of the bacteria form of the disease and has the potential to cause large epidemics w. h. o. Said that more than one hundred patients receiving treatment at home and in health centers in vanilla community affected by the outbreak meningitis is potentially fatal and must be treated with antibiotics as soon as possible. Major improvements have also been made on vaccines to treat the viral disease which is transmitted through the air by infected carriers. Although people of all ages can catch the disease it mainly affects babies children and young people. Katie dartford you're news thanks to katie dartford for the news now for this week's interview which focuses on the deteriorating situation in tigray and beyond for many millions of people conflict erupted ten months ago between federal government troops in ethiopia and forces loyal to the tigrayan regions rulers. That happened after ethiopian. Prime minister ahmed or today military offensive following an attack on central government barracks trying to help those caught up in the fighting. Is the un world food program and national and international partners. But it's not easy to do this in an active conflict zone as we'll hear from wfp spokesperson thompson ferry. Now look we have seen the entire. Northern part of your has been engulfed by conflict. Now we have seen more and more people being pushed into extreme levels of hunger but equally enough i in the my regions in addition to the five point two million people in tigray if the one point seven million have now been pushed into hunger in fire and amara regions. What scares me. The most is not the number boy named what scares me is the pace in rate at which we can be able to assist them. Because there's just been very limited assistance going into these regions. We have i a lot of challenges. We've only been able since mid july and september five to get three hundred thirty five trucks. This is a crisis that needs hundred trucks payday. Hundred trucks daily. Always been able to do in. almost three. Months is three hundred thirty five which is less than ten percent of the age requirements for that region. And that's a major concern. So how could you get one hundred trucks. A day seems almost impossible. I wouldn't say impossible. We need all authorities to understand the extent of the need. We need the parties to the conflict to grant humanitarian organizations particularly the wolford program a greater access. There are a lot of bureaucratic impediments. There are security checkpoints. My colleagues were telling me that stretch of about four hundred kilometers they can encounter up to ten security checkpoints and at each and every stop there regardless checked it should not really be happening like that also local communities when they see aid convoys into their communities some of them sometimes attack convoys and loot food commodities. And all this further complicates what is already a very complicated scenario. Yes and i can't imagine how difficult it must be for humanitarian. You have to stay neutral and they can't go with military convoys escorts to get to where it's really needed the real priorities. How many people. How many millions of people. It's more than ten.

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"mr gutierrez" Discussed on X96

X96

09:51 min | 1 year ago

"mr gutierrez" Discussed on X96

"Approval to the Pfizer vaccine is the first coronavirus h to be fully approved. Yeah, exactly what paranoid anti vaccines have been waiting for a stamp of approval by the federal government that okay. Meanwhile, the Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccines don't need FDA approval. They spent lockdown learning to love themselves. But But, yeah, the Pfizer vaccine is now fully Approved by the FDA, which sounds like a big deal until you remember that So is Mountain Dew. Baja blast also has FDA approval approved by the FDA. Amazing? Yes. So it's all that you can buy the 7 11? Yeah, you listen to radio from hell in your car. But listen at home to tell your smart speaker to play X 96. Let's see. It's 8 20. Can make at school. Okay? Yes. Even though you didn't actually drive? No, he's he's writing his skateboard to school. So what did you do? Gave him a hug and a kiss and told him to have a great day. Oh, so you just You just went home. Yeah. All right. Round two of your boundaries. Here we go. Three news stories. These are examples of bad, stupid or funny human behavior and you will decide with your vote. These three candidates, which one is the worst, which one deserves to go forward to Boehner fight and possibly become boner of the day. Winning here does not make it. Boehner of the day. I need to remind you Boner is a mistake. Okay? Winning here makes it the winner of Round two. It will go forward to Boehner Dome. It will face off against the winner of round ones voting. We did that in the past. Don't worry about that. But we need to get to candidates for Boehner fight that will happen at 9 21 of those two will be boner of the day. So right now you've got to pick one of these three of this round two to send forward. Two candidates now a third after the news. Once you've heard all three you'll votes and one of you lucky random boner voters will receive would make an excellent book bag me. Radio from hell Tote bag. It's enormous. It is, uh, Here's Boehner, candidate number one. Does anybody want a dog? Anyone? Governor Andrew Am for mold. Has been former governor. Yep. Has been once a governor, always a governor, though. Like. Oh, that's right. You used to call him You can still call him Governor. Has been staying with one of his sisters in Westchester County in the final days of his third term. And recently he has asked staff members at the executive mansion if anybody would like to keep his dog Captain who has remained at the governor's mansion. After the governor moved out last week. Now can he not have dogs and his sisters? Does she live somewhere that can't have dogs. State police sources told The Times Union on Saturday that the governor had recently asked Mansion staff members if anybody would be interested. In caring for the dog. High strung a mix. Of Shepherd, Siberian and Malamute. Has nipped a few people. Oh, goodness, Cuomo adopted him in 2018. And a mansion staff recently took the dog home for a few days and then said Nope. Nope. And brought the dog back. Richard as a party, A senior adviser and spokesman for the governor lashed out at the allegation that the governor was looking for somebody to care for the dog, he said the arrangement It's just temporary. Because the governor who was scheduled to resign while has now resigned, is planning to go on vacation. And so he just needs somebody to. He's trying to unload this animal. Mm hmm. The dog is trouble. And and he's looking to one. Look, uh, you know, Captain is part of the governor's family and for your nameless, ill informed sources to imply that he's been trying to give away the dog is untrue. Well, it doesn't seem to be the case. It seems to be another Cuomo. Sort of misstatement of the facts Do sh Owner. Candidate number ones. Everybody want a dog. Anybody do? Sh uh, Here's Boehner, candidate number two. Look, I was just trying to. I was just trying to, you know, I was getting some exercise. All I was doing. A suspect. Creeper. Arrested after You can call with his pants down. Oh, literally deputies in the Volusia County. There's a picture of the guy at x 96 dot com slash life. Uh, deputy, according to deputies in Volusia County, they captured 37 year old Javier er Borough's Oko good terrors. On body camera Saturday evening, so that this was all you know, recorded. According to the deputies. They had been monitoring the area all week after receiving reports of a man exposing himself to a woman while surveilling the home. The deputy said they caught Mr Gutierrez in the act with his pants down. There was a short chase. He was taken into custody. Police said. Mr Gutierrez said you've got you've got this all wrong. Really. How else can we I was just out to get some exercise. Which part of you is getting exercise many parts as I can get exercised. Owner candidate number two. I was just trying to get some exercise coming up in a moment. Boehner candidate number three This office for Rent has a toilet very nearby. Right. Boehner candidate number three for Round two. Coming up after this big boy news and opinion window brought to you by it's the coldest, driest windiest place on Earth were weird and wild creatures thrive. Antarctica transport you to the farthest reaches of Earth and reveals what happens there affects every single one of us now playing in Clark Planetarium's Imax Theater for the fourth year in a row. The state of Utah has been named the worst state for women's equality. It's still behind the 49th rank state in the Union, Idaho. So I know it was 49, Utah 50. Wallet hub released its 2021 best and worst states for women's equality yesterday, evaluating states on workplace environment, education, health and political empowerment. There was a nearly 50 point gap. In the total scores between the top state Nevada, really at 77.55. And Utah's score of 29.85 during Being last again does not feel very great, said Kelly. Witted Jones, president of the Utah Equal Rights Amendment Coalition. It's painful for me to read those numbers and understand what that translates to in people's lives and family lives. Mhm. When women are unequal, he said. Families are unequal. Bella family has a man and a woman and the man goes to work and then the woman man's home. I don't know what the problem you have with this. I don't have a problem with it. The man puts on his pants and he goes and he needs to make more money because he has to take care of the family. Yeah, I remember. I remember those days. Women don't have to take care of the family. That's fans drop exactly. The Salt Lake Tribune Fact checked Utah's reputation as the worst state for women's equality as part of a series published in July, and they examined the status of women in the Beehive state. The data showed that while women in Utah had improved over the years across different metrics gender wage gap Political representation, education and top jobs, they still lagged way behind women in other states. Way to go. But when? When I ask our legislature to pass the equal Rights Amendment again, we don't need that. When did you ask them that when it came up before? We don't need that. We've got plenty of laws that protect women. But apparently not. Elizabeth Olsen has praised her fellow Avengers star. Scarlett Johansson. In a conversation with Jason seized acres for Vanity Fair. I think she is so tough and literally when I read about this, I said good for you, Scarlett. Of course, Scarlett Johansson is Suing because she she feels that she has been She had a contract and they didn't honor the contract. It's a complicated thing. Disney has forced her into arbitration so that it will be handled behind closed doors so that none of us will know. I'm sure. I mean, Apparently she signed something at one point that said she would, which is why this could go to arbitration. Which is why you never put that in the contract. You have that taken out. Utah reports 2718 new Covid 19 cases over the week. Weekend 12 additional deaths. Chris Stewart. Yeah, our our my Congressman. Bill. Why doing my conga? Why didn't you fix that wife? Well, he's my congressman. I you know, I I just have to do what he says. During a Monday appearance on Fox News, Chris Stewart said. There's no way the Biden administration will be able to get every American and Afghan ally safely out of Afghanistan by the 31st..

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"mr gutierrez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"mr gutierrez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Show, we begin a serious called West Farms 1046 home. It's about community well being in the West Farms neighborhood of the Bronx, where covert rates and unemployment are high and what the residents need from the city as the candidates for mayor make their case. Also w N Y C sky right and Berivan Williams on their different feelings about black history Month Brian Lehrer show at 10 A.m. on W N. Y. C. Thistles W M. Y c 93.9 FM and ht New York Hello there. 7 A.m. in London. Good morning. Welcome to news day on the BBC World Service with Paul Hawkins on James Cardinal. Thanks for joining us. I thought sorry comes from the U. S. Republicans resist pressure to House lawmaker Marjorie Tait agree known for her sympathies for the fringe group Q and a on the Democrats are still pushing for a vote to move her off to congressional committees. Also, the world must make sure the military coup in Myanmar fails, says U N. Secretary General Antonio Good Arrangement. How do you do that? With China Standing in the way of any security council condemnation on condemnation only gets you so far. The U foreign policy chief is due in Moscow today and even before any talks Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has dismissed criticism of the arrest of opposition leader Alexei Navalny as off scale hysteria. Life in Russia, a little later sports business coming away, too, after the latest world News Hello. I'm David Harper with the BBC news. Rival Republican Party factions in the U. S. House of Representatives have reached on uneasy truce by agreeing not to punish to Congress women, one of them an avid opponent of Donald Trump, and the other a strong supporter who's been accused of making in century untrue statements. Is. Cheney said she had no regrets supporting the Democrat led initiative to impeach the former president for insurrection. She said a party meeting have been fruitful. We really did have AH, terrific vote tonight, a terrific time this evening. Laying out what we're gonna do, going forward a swell as making clear that we're not going to be divided and that we're not going to be in a situation where people can pick off any member of leadership. It was very resounding acknowledgement that we need to go forward together, and then we need to go forward in a way that helps us beat back the really dangerous and negative Democrat policies. Republicans also agreed not to remove Marjorie Taylor Greene from two important congressional committees. Canada has designated the US based far right extremist group, the Proud Boys, a terrorist organization. The all male anti immigration group describes itself as Western show Veniste. The Canadian government cited the group's involvement in targeting black lives matter protestors on its role in the storming of the U. S Capitol last month. The U. N Secretary General Antonio Good Terrace has pledged to mobilize international pressure to ensure the military coup in Myanmar fails, Mr Gutierrez told The Washington Post. It was absolutely unacceptable to reverse November's election results. Sporadic process. Protests have continued spreading to the city of Mandalay is our Southeast Asia. Correspondent Jonathan Head. Myanmar is under enormous economic pressure. You still got wars going on along many of its borders, ethnic armies who may get more active. Now you have a military that has carried out a very dangerous to it knows that it knows it's disliked. Is probably actually quite nervous about its control over the country if the economy continues to deteriorate, and that's quite likely under the conditions of this coup somewhere further down the tracks, maybe in the next couple of months, you could see much greater pressure, formal protests breaking out. A new study is being launched in Britain to look at whether using different Corona virus. Vaccines for the 1st and 2nd dose helps the body developed better defenses. Dominic Hughes reports. This new study will involve 820 specially selected volunteers, all aged 50 and over and we'll run it eight sites across England. The aim is to see whether mixing doses of the Oxford AstraZeneca and fires a biotech vaccines matches or even increases the production of antibodies that stick to the virus in order to stop it on T cells that attack just the cells infected with the disease. Introducing flexibility in the vaccination program could help should there be disruption to vaccine supplies, and it may be of huge benefit developing countries that have yet to get vaccination programs up and running well. News from the BBC. Trial of a group accused of decapitating a French mountain guide in Algeria begins in Algiers Today. Every Cordell was kidnapped and killed by local jihadists linked to the Islamic state Group in 2014 while exploring a new climbing site in the Jura mountains. Video of the murder to cause shock in France. One suspect Abdulmalik hams are we faces a possible death penalty if found guilty of the murder 13. Others are also accused of involvement or failing to alert the authorities in time. The U. S government says it has no intention of reopening talks with Venezuela. A State Department spokesman called the Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro, a dictator, and said direct negotiations between the two countries wouldn't happen any time soon. President of the Tokyo Olympic Games Organizing Committee, Yoshiro Mori has apologized for what he said were inappropriate comments he made that were against the Olympic Olympic spirit. But Mr Mori told journalists he wasn't thinking of resigning. He'd stirred controversy by saying women committee members talked too much. Tennis officials say the Australian Open tournament will begin as normal next week, despite Wednesday's announcement that hundreds of players and support staff must self isolate. Thursday's warm up matches were canceled after a security guard at a hotel in which athletes were quarantined, tested positive for covert 19 His Sharma to Leon. We were expecting big names for warm up events here in Melbourne Park today. This was a chance at some more practice ahead of the main event on Monday, badly needed really, for many of the players who were cooped up in hotel quarantine when some positive cases were detected on the planes that brought them here in Australia. None of that is happening today. With more than 500 players, officials and coaches now having to isolate they now have to return and negative test to be able to get back to the competition. BBC news.

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"mr gutierrez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"mr gutierrez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Agree known for her sympathies for the fringe group Q and on the Democrats are still pushing for a vote to move her off to congressional committees. Also, the world must make sure the military coup in Myanmar fails, says U N. Secretary General Antonio Good arranged. But how do you do that? With China, Standing in the way of any Security Council combination on condemnation only gets you so far. The U foreign policy chief is due in Moscow today and even before any talks, Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, has dismissed criticism. Of the arrest of position leader Alexei Navalny as both scale hysteria Life in Russia a little latest sports business coming your way to after latest wardens. Hello. I'm David Harper with the BBC news. Rival Republican Party factions in the U. S. House of Representatives have reached an uneasy truce by agreeing not to punish to Congress women, one of them an avid opponents of Donald Trump and the other a strong supporter who's been accused of making in century untrue statements. Is. Cheney said she had no regrets supporting the Democrat led initiative to impeach the former president for insurrection. She said a party meeting have been fruitful. We really did have AH, terrific vote tonight, a terrific time this evening. Laying out what we're going to do, going forward a swell as making clear that we're not going to be divided and that we're not going to be in a situation where people can pick off any member of leadership. It was very resounding acknowledgement that we need to go forward together, and then we need to go forward in a way that helps us beat back the really dangerous and negative Democrat policies. Republicans also agreed not to remove Marjorie Taylor Greene from two important congressional committees. Canada has designated the US based far right extremist group, the Proud Boys, a terrorist organization. The all male anti immigration group describes itself as Western show Veniste. Canadian government site of the group's involvement in targeting black lives matter protestors and its role in the storming of the U. S Capitol last month. U. N Secretary General Antonio Guterres. Rish has pledged to mobilize international pressure to ensure the military coup in Myanmar fails, Mr Gutierrez told The Washington Post. It was absolutely unacceptable to reverse November's election results. Sporadic process. Protests have continued spreading to the city of Mandalay. His are Southeast Asia. Correspondent Jonathan Head Myanmar is under enormous economic pressure. You still got wars going on along many of its borders, ethnic and armies who may get more active. Now you have a military that has carried out a very dangerous to it knows that it knows it's disliked is probably actually quite nervous about its control over the country. If the economy continues to deteriorate, and that's quite likely under the conditions of this coup somewhere further down the tracks, maybe in the next couple of months, you could see much greater pressure, formal protests breaking out. A new study is being launched in Britain to look at whether using different corona virus. Vaccines for the 1st and 2nd dose helps the body develop better defenses. Dominic Hughes reports. This new study will involve 820 specially selected volunteers, all aged 50 and over and we'll run it eight sites across England. The aim is to see whether mixing doses of the Oxford AstraZeneca and fires a biotech vaccines matches or even increases the production of antibodies that stick to the virus in order to stop it on T cells that attack just the cells infected with the disease. Introducing flexibility in the vaccination program could help should there be destruction to vaccine supplies, and it may be of huge benefit developing countries that have yet to get vaccination programs up and running well. News from the BBC. Trial of a group accused of decapitating a French mountain guide in Algeria begins in Algiers Today. Every Cordell was kidnapped and killed by local jihadists linked to the Islamic state Group in 2014 while exploring a new climbing site in the Jura mountains. Video of the murder towards shock in France. One suspect Abdulmalik hams are we faces a possible death penalty if found guilty of the murder 13. Others are also accused of involvement or failing to alert the authorities in time. The U. S government says it has no intention of reopening talks with Venezuela. A State Department spokesman called the Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro, a dictator, and said direct negotiations between the two countries wouldn't happen any time soon. President of the Tokyo Olympic Games Organizing committee, Yashiro Mori has apologized for what he said were inappropriate comments he made that were against the Olympic Olympic spirit. Mr Mori told journalists. He wasn't thinking of resigning. He'd stirred controversy by saying Women committee members talked too much. Tennis officials say the Australian Open tournament will begin as normal next week, despite Wednesday's announcement that hundreds of players and support staff must self isolate. Thursday's warm up matches were canceled after a security guard at a hotel in which athletes were quarantined, tested positive for covert 19 his Shana to Leon. We were expecting big names for warm up events here in Melbourne Park today. This was a chance at some more practice ahead of the main event on Monday, badly needed really, for many of the players who were cooped up in hotel quarantine when some positive cases were detected on the planes that brought them here in Australia. None of that is happening today, with more than 500 players, officials and coaches now having to isolate They now have to return and negative test to be able to get back to the competition. BBC news Thanks a lot. Good morning. Welcome. It's news day, James Carville and Paul Hawkins with the U. S. Russia, Yama and Portugal is where the next half hour we'll take a sport, of course, the latest from the English Premier League business headlines Also on the way on. If you want to share your views on any of the stories you hear on the program. We do love to hear from you. You can get in touch with this fire. Facebook isn't so Twitter. You can send us a text or what's that? There's no excuse not to get in touch the number plus four four 77 86 2050 85 No way we're gonna jump straight to.

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The UN Secretary General  Calls For Action on Climate Change

BBC World Service

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

The UN Secretary General Calls For Action on Climate Change

"Stop waging what he calls a suicidal war on nature. In a speech later today, Mr Gutierrez will describe the planet as broken and announced they're tackling climate change will be the main goal off the U N next year in a special broadcast on the BBC, Mr Good, Cherish, warns The planet faces disaster without urgent action by diversity is collapsing. Desserts are spreading oceans are choking with plastic waste and apocalyptic fires and floods. Cyclones and hurricanes are the new normal. Mr Gutierrez will urge countries, cities and companies to commit to immediate action. To reduce carbon emissions to net zero by 2050. New Zealand has become the latest country to declare a climate

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The coronavirus has now killed more than 1 million people

UN News

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

The coronavirus has now killed more than 1 million people

"The news that Covid nineteen has now claimed one million lives is an agonizing milestone UN chief. Antonio Perish has said mocking the toll, the UN secretary general said that it was a mind numbing figure but that the world must never lose sight of each and every individual life. The victims were fathers and mothers, wives, and husbands, brothers and sisters, friends and colleagues He. said in a statement which pointed to the tragedy felt by so many families unable to say goodbye to their loved ones without holding a hand or extending a gentle kiss although there was no end in sight to the pandemic nor the upheaval it has brought to our lives mister, Gutierrez urged people and nations to act in solidarity to overcome the disease warning against the. Dangers of misinformation Mr Gutierrez insisted that responsible leadership matters as does science and cooperation in the relentless hunt for a vaccine that must be available and affordable to all

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News in Brief 10 December 2018

UN News

03:26 min | 4 years ago

News in Brief 10 December 2018

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations in an historic move described by U N chief Antonio Gutierrez as a roadmap to prevent suffering and chaos the global compact for safe orderly and regular migration was adopted on Monday by more than one hundred fifty governments at an international conference in Marrakesh, Morocco, speaking at the opening intergovernmental session, Mr Gutierrez said that the Compaq provides a platform for humane sensible mutually beneficial action resting on simple, ideas, acknowledging that some states. Neither took part in the conference nor adopted the compact the UN chief expressed his hope that they would come to recognize its value for their societies to join in this common venture along with climate change. Unregulated migration has become a pressing issue in recent years every year. Thousands of migrants lose their lives or go missing. On perilous routes often fallen victim at the hands of smugglers, and other predators. Each year on ten December the world marks human rights day on Monday the day took on a special meaning as it coincided with the seventieth anniversary of the Universal Declaration on human rights. One of the key documents adopted in the first few years of the UN general assembly in the Afghan capital, Kabul. The UN mission known as you NAMA welcomed government efforts to extend human rights to all despite ongoing conflict, including the work of Afghanistan's, independent human rights commission. A new penal code and the employment of women in the civil service and the private sector acknowledging these achievements and offering the missions continued steadfast commitment. Yunan ahead tadamichi Yamamah. Motto pointed to some of Afghanistan's remaining challenges, particularly from ongoing conflict that continues to cause persistent high numbers of civilian casualties in keeping with the theme. Michelle Bachelet, the U N High Commissioner for human rights, pay tribute to lewd Miller Mikhaylov. Nah, Alexia calling her one of the greatest human rights defenders ever, MS Basha, let recalled that the activist who died on Saturday in Moscow, h ninety one was awarded the prestigious Sakharov prize for freedom of thought in two thousand nine miss Alexia was a Russian historian leading human rights activist and founding member of the Moscow Helsinki group. According to news reports miss Alex Cava continued to be outspoken in her later years criticizing Russia's annexation of Crimea in twenty fourteen. Teen saying it brought shame on my country and also denounced what she called the awful political killing of opposition leader Boris Nemstov. She wasn't intrepid defender of the rights of honorable people in Russia, and beyond and her life and work inspired generations of human rights defenders around the globe said the UN rights chief Liska Fiji, U N news.

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