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"mr morales" Discussed on TV's Top 5

TV's Top 5

05:42 min | 10 months ago

"mr morales" Discussed on TV's Top 5

"Really been in a writer's room before i'd poked my head in on the third rock from the sun. Writers rooms whole different thing like twenty people all in a room pitching jokes and you know on a sitcom where every third line. You're supposed to get a laugh and this is very different than what we were going for. we ended up with. Yeah it was me and four other writers and we definitely wanted one of them to have some some real experience in biard. Vr sort of executive producer. Along with me and now is bruce kaplan who did a wonderful job and you know he had written on seinfeld six feet under and girls And then and then. I was just reading scripts you know and finding i. I don't like very many scripts. And and so. When i find one that i like. That's that's rare and special and we were able to hire three other writers and all three of them were they to them wrote his team. Rosia and julia and then rosa was another great writer and they can. They all contributed so much. It was a really fruitful collaboration. The five of us. And and i definitely think that the writing was so much better with me working with the for them than it would have been if i had tried to. Just do it. All alone will josh josh. Your character here has a has a roommate Victor who's played by arturo castro and one of the early episodes is focused entirely around that character. Did you know what the beginning that it simply couldn't be only joshua's perspective that you had to open up the the perspective and the vision somewhat at least yeah. I really like the protagonist structure because to me. That feels like how life is you. Never you know in life. You only get to see the world through your own eyes. You never get to go outside of that. And and you know ensemble filmmaking sorta cheats in that way you get to spend some time with these characters and then you go and do a scene with these other characters and the viewer then becomes more like some kind of omniscient some omniscient knowledge about about the world whereas when you're when you stick with one character the whole time to me that feels more like how life feels And so you know my first movie was also in that protagonist structure and so this one. But i yeah like you said i did wanna cheat. I thought that netscape sort of one of the fun things about doing a series as opposed to a movie. The movie you can really a movie should kind of just have one thing to say and it should all really add up to that one thing but when you're doing a series you can have those one things that you can have your big takeaway of your whole season but you also you have the right and you're supposed to. I think audiences want you to go off on tangents and do things you know. Take this episode and go here. We wouldn't normally expect and so yeah having our our episode. It's episode four. It's called mr morales. Instead of mr cormon and it follows arturo 's character the whole time and And he killed he. I really love that episode and Yeah it was. It was there from from the beginning when when we when we convened the writers reminded already written a very rough very rough kind of brainstorm outline of of the rest of the season. And i always thought it'd be cool to do an episode where we followed him and yeah then it got a lot better once. The other jumped as well. Well i mean the show. Structurally begins in august twenty nineteen and follows the course of a school year. Obviously josh's is an elementary school teacher and the school year leads into a global shutdown. So obviously it's not the way that the entire season was probably conceived buds. What were the conversations about whether or not co vid had to become part of the show and how different was what viewers will see in over the these ten episodes compared to what you originally wanted to do. Yes so we had all our scripts written when we started shooting and like i said a second ago after three weeks we stopped and had to shut down and we knew we had to do some rewrites. Just for practical reasons that we wouldn't be with for a while. We were planning like okay. We're gonna shoot in la during the pandemic we're going to have all these protocols and testing and blah blah blah. but still. we won't be able to pull off a lot of some of these things we won't be able to shoot in crowded you know it'll be hard to shoot in a crowded classroom. We won't be able to go to dodger stadium so we started kind of knowing. We had to rewrite just for those practical concerns but then we kinda ran up against the bigger concern of all right. When is this coming out. What will the world be like. We don't know you know as we were rewriting with no idea how long the pandemic was gonna last or not last and we could. We were faced with a few options one. We could pretend the pandemic never happens but that didn't feel right because we're making a show about real life. It would make sense if our show was perhaps more fantastical or escapist but we're trying to make a show about how life really feels so. It didn't make sense to say okay. We're in an alternate universe where the pandemic never existed..

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Bolivia's Former Interim President Jeanine Áñez Arrested for Sedition

BBC Newshour

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Bolivia's Former Interim President Jeanine Áñez Arrested for Sedition

"Our ultra Bolivia now where there seems to be a settling of political scores. The country's former interim president, Janine and yes, has been arrested on sedition charges. They're linked to her alleged involvement in a reported coo of 2019 against the former president Evo Morales. His ally, Louise outside is now in power, and Mr Morales is demanding punishment. The alleged coup plotters, Janina Anya says she's the victim of political persecution will have to try to find out more about what's happening and go to the capital. A pause. Enjoying Monica Makiko Monica. Just tell us first about the arrests, not just of Janine. Yes, but others as well. Yes. Lisa, In fact that there are two former minister off Giannini, Anya's government that has also being detained. There are other arrest orders that are taking place right now. We don't know how many there will be arrested because this is not just one case. There are many cases and basically they're being arrest because because because they said that they have conspired against the Constitution. The charges are terrorism and sedition. This is said to have taken place in 2000 and 19. Why are the arrests happening now? We basically don't know what the government have decided to do this. This is the this is in fact, something that happened in 2019 and then beat remind you, Lise. That doing the time that Giannini Anya's came into power, she has bean she had the back up off the constitutional Tribunal, as well as from the U U and as well as the Away s so she had basically all the support in order to, uh, to assume as president of Bolivia legally, So this is this is something very strange that it's happening in the country, and we basically don't know why one off the keys could be the fact that that the movement to a socialism have lost all the major cities. And some of the major states in the country on the elections that we have last Sunday. This election's once where to elect governors and also mayors and Mrs municipalities. And basically the government. The movement to a socialism have lost all the major cities in the country. So probably this is one of the reasons why this is happening. In fact, the second turn the second round off this elections That has to be done that has to take place on April 21st. It's right now in danger, because because of this, and also is there any coincidence that ever, Morales has just arrived in Bolivia from when a Zara's where he'd been Living in exile. Well, yes, probably. That's part of the reasons we just don't know yet. Nothing is very clear because the accusation doesn't have really, uh, legal

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"mr morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"mr morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Help take bite, colored planning converted Into action a little prayer that will start on January. 20th 2021. Mr Biden said Getting the corona virus pandemic under control was his top priority. Introducing Mr Bindon onstage, Kamala Harris, thank him for having the audacity to select a woman as his running mate. In January, Ms Harris will become the first female U. S vice president on the first person of black or Asian descent to hold the post. She spoke of her commitment to putting the American people first. I will strive to be advised President Like Joe was to President Obama. Loyal Honest and prepared waking up every day. Thinking of you and your family. Because now is when the real work begins. Donald Trump is the first U. S president for nearly 30 years not to win a second term. He has yet to concede and has not spoken publicly since his defeat was announced while he was playing golf. His campaign team, which has alleged electoral fraud plans to pursue legal action. Peter Bose has this report. Turning to Twitter. Mr. Trump once again claimed that he had won the election having received as he put it. 71 million Legal votes. 75 million voted for Mr Biden. Without providing evidence that president claimed bad things happened on election observers were not allowed to see what was happening as the bullets were being counted. A short statement from the white I was saying that Donald Trump would accept the results of a free and fair election came shortly before Joe Biden's victory rally. Peter Bose reporting. World leaders have congratulated Joe Biden on his victory. Although there has been no word so far from Russia or China. The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, hailed Mr Biden as a great friend of Israel. He thanks Donald Trump for taking the relationship between the two countries to unprecedented heights. The the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi described Mr Biden's win as spectacular. The NATO Chief Yeon start. Enberg tweeted that the U. S president elect was a strong supporter of the alliance and said he looked forward to working with him. You're listening to world news from the BBC. Authorities in Slovakia will conduct conclude a nationwide Corona virus testing operation today, which is being keenly watched by other countries dealing with high levels of infection. Over two weekends, Health workers directed by the army have been attempting to test everyone over the age of 10. Long queues are voters have formed in Myanmar, which is holding only its second Democratic election after half a century of military rule and sound soup cheese National League for Democracy is favorite to win another five year term. Since its victory in 2015, there's been widespread persecution of re hinge of Muslims. Jonathan had reports. Myanmar's ethnic minority populations are likely to vote for their own parties. This time robbing the National League for Democracy of Seats in border areas. In Rakhine state Muslim RA hinges, many still confined to camps. Are once again barred from voting. But the NLD is likely to do well in the majority Burmese Heartland, where uncensored cheese reputation has held up on where the main opposition is a military backed party, which is not likely to perform well. She is near certain TTO win enough seats for another term of office and continue her uneasy coexistence with the still powerful armed forces. The exiled former president of Bolivia Eva Morales, has said he will return to the country on Monday following the inauguration of President elect Louise are safe from his Movement for Socialism party. Mr Morales has spent the last year in Argentina after fleeing Bolivia in the wake of mass protests over claims of vote rigging during his controversial reelection and international gymnastics competition is getting underway in the Japanese capital in what's being seen as a crucial test ahead of the delayed Tokyo Olympics next year. Four teams from Russia, the United States, China and Japan are at the Yoyogi Stadium for the contest. Held with Corona virus restrictions in place BBC News It's 606 GMT This is weekend.

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"mr morales" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"mr morales" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"I'm Debbie rests with the BBC News. Joe Biden has told supporters that America has had enough of the chaos of the Trump presidency, Addressing a rally in the key state of Ohio on the last day of campaigning The Democratic contender, said. We are done with the tweets. The anger the hate the failure on DH the irresponsibility, he said. America was on the cusp of change. Tomorrow. Tomorrow we have an opportunity to put an annua presidency that's divided. This nation tomorrow we can put an end to a president has failed to protect this nation. Tomorrow. We could put it into a president is fan the flames of hate all across this country. Speaking in North Carolina, President Trump dismissed his poor poll ratings is fake, adding, We're gonna win anyway, and he revisited familiar campaign themes. Way will continue to cut your taxes, cut regulations support our great police. Support our fantastic military care for our veterans. Protect your Second Amendment, Defend religious liberty and endure more products are proudly stamped with that wonderful phrase. Made in the USA. Officials in Ethiopia say the rebel aroma Liberation Army has staged what they describe as a horrendous attack on civilians in the west of the country. People in war, Leggo province said dozens have been rounded up and killed, houses burned and livestock stolen. The national human Rights body said at least 32 people had died. But the real figure was probably hire Calculon evil tell reports from Addis Ababa. The exact number of fatalities is hard to come by. Activists say there could be more than 100 killed or Amir's government released a statement today calling the incident which occurred on Sunday evening, a carer act. A team has been sent to police or district the location of the violence to determine the exact magnitude off the damage, but the distal could be high. The government run media, in an horror that's like the most populous state in Ethiopia reported that the perpetrators rounded up up to 200 people before the attack. Another opposition leader has been arrested in turns a near over a call from mass protests against the re election of President John Magaw. Fully tuned ELISA, who stood against Mr Magoo fully and Wednesdays pole was picked up by police in Dar es Salaam. Reports say he had been seeking diplomatic protection. Lawyers for the film actor Johnny Depp say he'll appeal after losing his libel lawsuit against a newspaper that called him a wife beater. They described the victory for the Sun newspaper as perverse and bewildering. The newspaper welcomed the ruling from the judge who upheld allegations by depths. Ex wife the actress Amber heard. That he had regularly used violence against her and she had feared for her life. Listening to the world News from the BBC. People in cities across Poland are blocking traffic in the 12th consecutive day of protests against a court ruling that will introduce a near total abortion ban imposed on women held a banner reading. Poland is a woman while in Warsaw and Katowice. People in cars blocked main thoroughfares. More European countries are tightening their corona virus restrictions as they grapple with sharply rising infections. Italy is looking at bringing in a nationwide nighttime curfew, restricting travel between regions and moving secondary schools online. In Germany. Chancellor Merkel has wanted that people will have to limit contact for the whole winter in Britain. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has hit back at critics who said he was bringing in a locked down several weeks too late. There is no alternative but to take further action at a national level. I believe it was right to try every possible option to get this virus under control at a local level, with strong local action on strong local leadership, and I reject any suggestion that we are somehow slower in taking measures in our European friends and partners. Olivia's former president, Abel Morales, says he intends to return to his country to fight for the policies he had enacted. Before his bid for re election last year was shrouded by allegations of fraud. Mr Morales repeated his belief that he had been toppled in a right wing coup. His former economy Minister, Luis Arce, who won the presidential vote last month, has stated that Mr Morales will not have a role in his government. The U. N has highlighted what it calls a worrying trend on the nature of the threat Journalists face around the world. A report shows that while fewer journalists have been killed in war zones over the past two years, A number of those killed for exposing corruption or rights violations has increased. Mexico was the most dangerous country. That's the latest baby seniors. W O R T thanks. It's listener, sponsors and community. Shares of Wisconsin community shares and its member groups envision a future where we all have clean water and air..

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"mr morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"mr morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Part of our broader look across the BBC World Service at the U. S elections and what the world wants. We're going to explore what the world can actually expect. Donald Trump's put America first of the heart of his presidency in the international arena. It's meant walking away from the Iran nuclear deal on enhancing relations with Saudi Arabia, Israel, Bahrain and the have established diplomatic relations. Tensions with China have ratchet it up. There's war over tech and trade. Meanwhile, ties with traditional European allies have been strained. What a second trumped her mark a definitive end to U. S leadership on the global stage. Should allies and foes prepare for a more permanent world of competition rather than cooperation. And what would a Biden presidency change? What's next for US foreign policy? That's the real story from the BBC coming up after the news. Hello. This is Daniel Gallois. Yet Scott with the BBC news as Corona virus cases continue to rise sharply in the United States, the handling off the pandemic has remained a central issue in the electoral campaign 11 days before the country goes to the polls. Several media outlets is saying more than 80,000 new cases have been reported. President Trump promised supporters at a rally in Florida that the pandemic would end soon, accusing his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, of overstating the health crisis. His Peter bows Around the country. People are still experiencing the downside of Corona virus, whether they're personally affected or they know tomorrow remember their family or their out of work because of Corona virus, or they can't go to the gym or they can get their hair cut. It's affecting everyone. In many, many ways, so it is seemingly hard self to tell the country that there's light at the end of the tunnel is the way that the president expressed this. The president of Poland, Andrzej Duda, has tested positive for the Corona virus. A senior presidential officials said President Duda was fine and consulting the medical authorities. It comes as Poland wrestles with the record set in cases. Adam Eastern reports Poland's 48 year old president took a routine test on Friday after he gave an award to the country's teenage French Open tennis champion egos Fionn Tech on visiting Warsaw's National Stadium, where work has started to set up a temporary hospital. He was wearing a face mask doing both events. Collins public health Services struggling to cope with record daily infections and deaths from Saturday, gatherings of more than five people are banned on restaurants and cafes. They're closed. Children must be accompanied by an adult when outdoors on the over seventies are being urged to stay at home. The Corona virus pandemic continues to worsen in the Czech Republic, which has registered its worst daily figure yet for new infections more than 15,000 over the last week, more people with the virus have died there as a percentage of the population than anywhere else in the world. The state news agency in Argentina has reported that the former Bolivian President Evo Morales has left the country bound for Venezuela, the Tellem agency said. Mr Morales traveled in an official Venezuelan aircraft. Mr Morales left Bolivia in December during unrest over last year's disputed election. Louise for Hardy reports, According tto the lamb. This is supposed to be a short visit is supposed to be back in Argentina by the weekend. On. People are speculating that he would have AH high profile meeting with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, one of the closest allies toe moralist before anyone where Alice was forced to leave office nearly a year ago. So again a lot of speculation if this is going to be a big political gesture before what many are expecting is his return. Olivia to try toe claim his position ofthe influence in the in the new government, Weld knees from the BBC. Two states in Nigeria have relaxed curfews imposed earlier this week after unrest linked to nationwide protests against police brutality. In Lagos state. A 24 hour curfew is being relaxed from eight in the morning to six in the evening local time while in Ondo, the governor has lifted it entirely. But a new curfew has come into force inquires state with a governor accusing people he called hoodlums of hijacking the unrest to mask their criminality. A Pakistani television channel. Geo News says that one of its reporters has gone missing in Karachi. Ali Imran, Sire did not return home on Friday evening after going out, Amnesty International said it fit he had been subjected to an enforced disappearance for his reporting. And called on the authorities to establish his whereabouts immediately. At least nine people, including four women, have been killed in central Afghanistan in a roadside bomb attack. Officials said. Their van was caught up in the explosion near Ghazni city. There was also a secondary blast, injuring two police officers who rushed to the scene to help the victims. Local officials blamed the Taliban for the attack, but the insurgents have not responded so far. A NASA space probe successfully collected so many rock fragments from an asteroid on Tuesday. It's at risk of losing its consignment. Theus Iris Rex mission aims to bring material from the asteroid Bennu back to Earth in 2023. A mission team say they are victims off their own success. As James Kelly reports, some of the larger pieces have wedged open the lid of the collector at the end of the probe's robotic arm. As a result, a portion of the precious payload has escaped on the crafts activities have had to be curtailed toe avoid scattering the remaining cargo. Scientists are now working to stow the material in a secure capsule on the probe as quickly as possible. James Kelly reporting BBC news This is the real story from the BBC. I'm little a shark with your weekly.

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"mr morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"mr morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This news. Hello. This is Danielle Yaakov yet scam with the BBC News as Corona virus cases continue to rise sharply in the United States, the handling of the pandemic has remained a central issue in the electoral campaign 11 days before the country goes to the polls. President Trump promised supporters at a rally in Florida that the pandemic would end soon and accused his Democratic rival Joe Biden of overstating the health crisis. Peter Bose says this is likely to remain the key theme. Was set into this pattern now of the Corona virus, being the central theme and certainly the biggest concern of Americans and we're hearing every day. Now the number of new cases is increasing at the latest figures at the highest For three months, and in more than half of all U. S states. We're seeing spikes and perhaps significantly in some of those battleground states like Florida on Wisconsin, especially where some of the hospitals are talking about being overwhelmed. That's the subject. It's on the minds of Americans and especially Joe Biden on DH, his camp. They will hammer away at that issue, and especially as long as that the president continues to Sound optimistic in terms of beating Corona virus. The French president, Emmanuel Macron says his country will be fighting Corona virus until at least the middle of next year. As cases they're surged past a million. Two thirds of France is now under overnight curfew measures. And to nearly half the country's intensive care beds have been taken by covert patients. The president said Further restrictions were likely Tijuana at this stage, We have no other choice but to slow down. Meaning reduce social life as much as possible to limit contacts to break the spread. If we really want to preserve our health system and our fellow citizens, we are forced to do this. President of Poland, Andrzej Duda has tested positive for the Corona virus on officials said President Duda was fine and consulting the medical authorities he was tested on Friday. The news comes as Poland wrestles with a record spike in cases. State news Agency in Argentina has reported. The former Bolivian President Evo Morales has left the country bound for Venezuela the speculation he may meet his ally, the Venezuelan president. Mr. Morales has been in Buenos Aires since December after widespread unrest over last year's disputed election. Here's the BBC's Louise Fajardo. He still faces criminal charges in Bolivia for terrorism. The president elect has said that he believes that it will moralists would still need to face the justice even if he decides to go toe Olivia to return to his country. So in the midst of all this, we suddenly hear that the Venezuelan government hasn't played to pick him up and take him to Venezuela, apparently according TTO version said, quoting The Argentina state news Agency Tellem. This is supposed to be a short visit Wild news from the BBC. Pakistani television channel Geo News says that one of its reporters has gone missing in Karachi Ali Imran side did not return home on Friday evening after going out to a nearby bakery. Amnesty International said it feared he'd been subjected to an enforced disappearance for his reporting and called on the authorities to establish his whereabouts immediately. The first phase of voting has opened in elections for Egypt's lower house of parliament. The legislative body is due to hold its first session in January. A coalition which supports President Abdel Fattah el Sisi is expected to win. It took nearly 70% of seats in the Senate election in August. Opposition parties have been allowed to participate in the poll. In Nigeria. A curfew introduced after unrest linked to nationwide protests against police brutality is due to be lifted in Lagos state. 24 hour curfew imposed earlier this week is being relaxed from eight in the morning to six in the evening local time. The situation was calm in several Nigerian cities on Friday. A NASA space probe, which slammed into an asteroid on Tuesday to collect a sample of rock fragments is at risk of losing its consignment. Is James Kelly reports. The team in charge of the spacecraft are trying to save as many fragments as they can. It's hoped that when the A Cyrus Rex probe returns to Earth in a little under three years time, it will bring with it the largest sample from space since the Apollo era. But it's been a little too successful. It gathering rock fragments. Some of the larger pieces have wedged open the lid of the collector at the end of the probe's robotic arm. As a result, a portion of the precious payload has escaped. And the crafts activities have had to be curtailed toe avoid scattering the remaining cargo scientists and are working to stow the material in a secure capsule on the probe as quickly as possible. James Kelly reporting. BBC news. Welcome. This is weekend and.

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"mr morales" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"mr morales" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tina Steps, Britain of the Brussels correspondent for The New York Times and Oliver Maternal co founder of forward Thinking with me, That's weekend following this news. Hello. This is Danielle Yaakov. Yet scam with the BBC news as Corona virus cases continue to rise sharply in the United States, the handling of the pandemic has remained a central issue in the electoral campaign. 11 days before the country goes to the polls, President Trump promised supporters at a rally in Florida that the pandemic would end soon. And accused his Democratic rival Joe Biden of overstating the health crisis. Peter Bose says this is likely to remain. The key theme was set into this pattern now of the Corona virus, being the central theme and certainly the biggest concern of Americans and we're hearing every day. Now the number of new cases is increasing at the latest figures at the highest For three months, and in more than half of all U. S states. We're seeing spikes and perhaps significantly in some of those battleground states like Florida on Wisconsin, especially where some of the hospitals are talking about being overwhelmed. That's the subject. It's on the minds of Americans and especially Joe Biden on DH his camp. They will Hummer away at that issue, and especially as long as the president continues to sound optimistic in terms of beating Corona virus. The French president. Macron says his country will be fighting Corona virus until at least the middle of next year. As cases they're surged past a million. Two thirds of France is now under overnight curfew measures. And to nearly half the country's intensive care beds have been taken by covert patients. The president said Further restrictions were likely tea at this stage. We have no other choice but to slow down. Meaning reduce social life as much as possible to limit contacts to break the spread. If we really want to preserve our health system and our fellow citizens, we are forced to do this. President of Poland, Andrzej Duda has tested positive for the Corona virus on officials said President Duda was fine and consulting the medical authorities he was tested on Friday. The news comes as Poland wrestles with a record spike in cases. The state news agency in Argentina has reported. The former Bolivian President Evo Morales has left the country bound for Venezuela the speculation he may meet his ally, the Venezuelan president. Mr. Morales has been in Buenos Aires since December after widespread unrest over last year's disputed election. Here's the BBC's Louise He still faces criminal charges in Bolivia for terrorism. The president elect has said that he believes that it will moralists would still need to face the justice even if he decides to go to Bolivia to return to his country. So in the midst of all this, we suddenly hear that the Venezuelan government hasn't played to pick him up and take him to Venezuela, apparently, according TTO versions, quoting The Argentina state news Agency Tellem. This is supposed to be a short visit, while news from the BBC Pakistani television channel Geo News says that one of its reporters has gone missing in Karachi Ali Imran side did not return home on Friday evening after going out to a nearby bakery. Amnesty International said it feared he'd been subjected to an enforced disappearance for his reporting and called on the authorities to establish his whereabouts immediately. The first phase of voting has opened in elections for Egypt's lower house of parliament. The legislative body is due to hold its first session in January. A coalition which supports President Abdel Fattah el Sisi is expected to win. It took nearly 70% of seats in the Senate election in August. Opposition parties have been allowed to participate in the poll. In Nigeria. A curfew introduced after unrest linked to nationwide protests against police brutality is due to be lifted in Lagos state. The 24 hour curfew imposed earlier this week is being relaxed from eight in the morning to six in the evening local time. The situation was calm in several Nigerian cities on Friday. A NASA space probe, which slammed into an asteroid on Tuesday to collect a sample of rock fragments is at risk of losing its consignment. Is James Kelly reports. The team in charge of the spacecraft are trying to save as many fragments as they can. It's hoped that when the A Cyrus Rex probe returns to Earth in a little under three years time, it will bring with it the largest sample from space since the Apollo era. But it's been a little too successful. It gathering rock fragments. Some of the larger pieces have wedged open the lid of the collector at the end of the probe's robotic arm. As a result, a portion of the precious payload has escaped. And the crafts activities have had to be curtailed toe avoid scattering the remaining cargo scientists and are working to stow the material in a secure capsule on the probe as quickly as possible. James Kelly reporting. BBC news..

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Morales aide claims victory in Bolivia's election redo

BBC World Service

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Morales aide claims victory in Bolivia's election redo

"The Socialist candidate Luis Arce looks set to win Bolivia's presidential election without the need for a runoff. Exit polls suggest he's won more than 52% of the vote. His Nicholas, Russia. If the results predicted by the exit polls are confirmed with SARS is Socialist Party will have made a remarkable comeback on Lee. Last year, It's veteran leader, former President Evo Morales went into exile after an election that was annulled because of fraud allegations. Not yet clear whether Mr Morales will return to Bolivia for the time being, though Mr Darcy has made it clear he'll try to heal the bitter divisions on govern for all Bolivians at the time when the country is facing a difficult economic

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"mr morales" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"mr morales" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Polls after the presidential election have been released. And they seem to suggest that the ally of former President Evo Morales is predicted to have taken more than 52% of the vote. That would be an outright first round win. Now, you may remember a year ago they were furious protests about the election power cuts, dodgy counting all sorts of things, and it led to the left wing president Ahn president for I think, 14 years, Mr Morales. Standing down on going into exile where he currently is. Mr Morales has Bean vowing to return home straightaway. If his former minister Luis Arce wins. It looks like he's ahead. Short while ago I spoke to journalists Monica Machi cow in the middle of the night in La Paz, and she's been following events into the early hours of the morning. Well, exit port both off them. That just being published, said that Mr Lewis ourselves from the movement towards socialism have born between 52.4 and 53% of the boats. Both exit polls confirmed this victory. We really don't know what's going To happen. Tio president, former President Omar Alice, because hey, haven't referred to him what he was given his first pressure off the person, he said that you wanted a rent off unity, and he wants to govern toe all Bolivians, but why he wasa candidate. Mr. Vance's said that even more Alice can come back into the country. Every time she wants to go. He has to face also some some some processing the justice that he has now That's interesting because he said Morales himself said before the election. He said that well, if I say wins, I'm coming straight back now. He wouldn't have done it if the opposition had won because he He has these rather difficult sort of charges to face. Will he still is he still under investigation? Even though his party appears to have won the election. Can he come back? Well, he can come out, but he has to pay just is different with me were. He already said that he was going to do that and expressed the will and declination in order to come back into the country the next day. We don't know what's going to happen today on Monday. It's almost two o'clock in the morning. It's going to be pretty exciting to see what happens on listen. After all the arguments. I mean, I don't want to go into it again because it was a year ago, but You know there were power cuts. There were all sorts of allegations that Morales his party had bent the election in its own in its own interests. Are there any concerns about the integrity of the result this time or do we think that it's been properly conducted? It has been properly that definitely this is not what happened last year, and I truly believe that the US couldn't well, we don't know if it will not last year, but it's off yours that it's obvious that we get a lot of support. But that's the showing. And in the end, that's Monica much. A cow in Lapa has spoken to speak to us just A short while ago as Monday, Torme's We will watch developments with interest, particularly whether Mr Morales does what he said he was going to do on DH returns to Bolivia. Newsday from the BBC World Service, Claire MacDonald and Laura's Pull out with you. Thanks for joining us. Tens of thousands of people rallied in Paris and cities.

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"mr morales" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"mr morales" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In France to show solidarity for a teacher beheaded for showing pupils cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad with 250,000 deaths recorded from covert 19 in Europe. So far, we take a closer look at the work of the European Centers for Disease Prevention and Control and ask how they've managed during the pandemic could cold water swimming hold cure for dementia? Our correspondent Justin Roland, is a keen cold water swimmer himself. He has been finding out what level the sports news with Matthew Kenyon. Will bein will be here with the businesses? That's Newsday. BBC World Service all on the way straight after your latest world News updates, stay with US. Hello. I'm David Harper with the biggest Chinese exit Polls from Bolivia say the Socialist candidate Luis Arce has won the country's presidential election. Taking more than 52% of the vote. The polls suggest his opponent, the centrist Carlos Mesa, took 31 a half percent Richard Howl's reports. Louisa say is the socialist to the former president Evo Morales. If the exit poll is correct, he is expected to win with no need for a runoff he served in Mr Morales is administration as economics minister. Mr Morales was forced to stand down and went into exile Island was not allowed to stand in Sunday's ballot because of fraud allegations that led to the annulment of last year's election. The left wing ex president still has considerable support among indigenous Bolivians on the unions. But even if his colleague, Mr ASA is confirmed as president, it's not clear when or how Mr Morales might return home. New official figures in China say that the country's economic recovery has continued its rebound from covert 19 lockdowns in the third quarter but has fallen short of Economistsforecasts his robbing Brandt. That's below market expectations, but nonetheless, it shows a ongoing, very healthy recovery. China the beginning of the year that calamitous covert outbreak, its economy contracted by almost 7%, We got growth of following three months. A 3.2%. And the trend continues on the figure continues to rise. Now 4.9% of the economy here 4.9% bigger than it was this time last year and remember that in the context of China, the world's second biggest economy, being the driver of global growth as well. In the Chilean capital, Santiago, a day of demonstrations against inequality turned violent as Vandals burned two churches, virtually destroying one of them. Jane Chambers is in Santiago. Protesters cheered as a church called San Francisco de Broca erupted into flames. It was singled out because members of the police force often use it as a place of worship. Some demonstrators accuse him of human rights abuses, including allegedly pushing a protester off a bridge in a recent March. In a televised speech, the minister of the interior supported the police protecting the metro stations from being damaged again after they were largely destroyed in protests a year ago. He condemned Sunday's violence, which included firebombing apiece headquarters and looting shops. A BBC Arabic service investigation into Islamic schools in Sudan has uncovered systematic child abuse. With boys as young as five being chained or being beaten by the teachers or shakes in charge. There were about 30,000. Such institutions, known as Cal was in Sudan, where Children are taught to read, write and memorize the Koran. Children were routinely chained up to stop them running away or whipped for making mistakes. World News from the BBC. French president Emmanuel Macron has called for security at schools to be strengthened in the wake of the murder of a school teacher in their Paris on Friday, his teacher's somewhat party was beheaded by an Islamist inspired youth after he had shown a caricature of the Muslim Prophet Muhammed. During a lesson on freedom of speech. Mr Macron also called for the monitoring of radical Islamist propaganda online. Thousands off. Indigenous Australians are expected to join a legal action against the West Australian state government claiming compensation for years of unpaid work on farms minds and as domestic servants. Phil Mercer has the details in the 19th and 20th centuries, indigenous Children as young as four were forcibly taken from their families. To work in mines on farms and as domestic servants in Australia. Many received little or no wages, and some were paid only with bread and beef. Lawyers have said conditions were akin to slavery. Up until the late 19 seventies laws controlled every aspect of the lives of indigenous Australians from buying clothes toe whether they could marry. They also allow wages to be withheld. Any report has documented widespread and systematic torture in North Korea's pre trial detention system. The report by the American organization Human Rights Watch is based on interviews with 30, former North Korean detainees and officials. They say that detainees are routinely beaten with sticks or by kicking to obtain confessions. Some said they were forced to remain immobile for many hours. It will be beaten if they moved. Italy's prime minister, Just happy content, has unveiled further restrictions intended to stem a surgeon Corona virus cases. Local mayors will have the power to close public areas after nine PM, restaurants will have to display.

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"mr morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"mr morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's a simple campaign out Louise are sick of the quarter. The man leading the polls. Another world is possible, it says, showing images of Bolivian people dressed in their national costumes. And the big focus on Bolivia's agricultural riches to its not that that would no doubt make predecessors ever moralist proud. It's a different candidate at the same party, the movement towards socialism or Mass in Spanish. And crucially, it's the same message because many voting for mass in these elections are still in a way voting for ever. Remind us all of Arabia. Grass. Here's a local ciencia. Even from exile in Argentina. Evermore Anus is making his presence known with posts on social media and support from afar. Mr. Morales was Bolivia's first indigenous president. A man once seen as a political game changer in this poor and unequal country. But last year after nearly 14 years in power everywhere, Alice was pressured to step down by the military. That triggered political turmoil, and the opposition sees this weekend as an opportunity for change. Mr Morales, his supporters say his departure amounted to a coup. They want him back or at the very least, someone else who could represent him. I mean, I have my own. Abel Morales has a person d mails. Rodriguez is a 25 year old lawyer from the region of Cochabamba, where the Mass Party enjoys huge support. He was a man who represented the countryside. And indigenous king. He rose to power and made Bolivia every known not just in the region but worldwide. It was a source of pride because that's the background they come from. You can identify with that. It was like, Wow, one of us got their most Colorado you're gonna pull it. Females. There was never a fan of politics Until this past year. She's now a keen activist for Mass and thinks Louis's Arcee, a former economy minister, is now the best man for the job. Bolivia Super Saloon, but the man trailing Mr Darcy in the polls. Centrists and former President Carlos Mesa doesn't agree. The fact that Mr Darcy was in charge of the economy isn't seen as his strong point. Given the deep recession. Bolivia is now in prison. Carlos Mesa has the vote of 22 year old student Miguel Raise Vietnam. Okay, It's a big year for Miguel. It's his last year at university, so he's got to find a job. Not easy in these uncertain times. Right now he's the only contender of all the other contenders that escape of winning the election against resource in on the party of Mass. We don't want the return of mass. I liked to defend his program because he's focusing on increasing the private inversion. On decreasing the central government size and also the centralizing the power, which I think is something really value right now for our country for Miguel Evermore, Alice represented the very worst of power even memorize, retired after 10 years. It will be like a great president and people will remember like Daddy. But he decided to stay if decide to manipulate a constitution that we have. This was just not correct on the busy streets of La Paz. Life carries on. Neither candidate is expected to win enough votes to avoid a runoff in November, but this weekend will help to define the future of the country. Gonzalez. Jamus is a political analyst. Agora wins he wins with around 30% of the vote. That means that around 70% of the population is against he big gun. Create a social and political problem, But this is democracy will be also the challenge for our system. We have to accept the result. The outcomes off these elections on guy thing. That's the rule of the game. The fear, though, is that these elections may doom or to divide, then unite this country in terms.

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"mr morales" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"mr morales" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Likely a muggy partly cloudy high of 86 Tuesday, cooling off a partly cloudy high of 80 to 65 degrees in Milwaukee, 7 31 A W. T. M J CBS News Special Report. The Labor Department is about to release jobs numbers for the month of July out of work. Americans like Mary Benedetto say they need help this unemployment, not just for me for everybody, I'm sure lot of people worse than make talks on a new relief bill broke down again last night. A grim prediction on evictions. CBS's CAMI McCormick, 30 to 40 million Americans could lose their homes in the next several months without quick and significant. Errol intervention, a group of institutes and organizations presented findings showing more than 40% of renters could be evicted. By the end of the year. Nearly 20% were unable to pay. July's rent and Labor force participation in July reported at 61%. More jobs added but a slow down from the previous two months. CBS NEWS Special Report I'm Deborah Rodriguez. W T. M J NEWS TIME. 7 32 from the W. T. M J Breaking News Center. The Milwaukee Police Department has a new acting chief after the Fire and Police Commission unanimously approved emotion to demo chief Alfonso Morella's to make a motion to demote Alfonso Morales to the rank of Captain Fire and Police Commissioner Reagan Robot. Kowski isn't alone in expressing frustration with MPD under Morales his leadership by personally Don't feel you have worked with us as your oversight board just like the public. Mr Morales intentionally lied to me several times when I challenged.

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"mr morales" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"mr morales" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"List allied listening to a delay an archives. You can download it. The bottom line is lack operated far as guests. Turn this is the premier show and I. Thank you, so Mike your time and having me on Mr Land Okay. Thank you. I'm looking forward to having you on again. Further on in just a pleasure to talk to you all the best. Thank you you know people say people say is well versed in boxing on wolf verse in political assassinations in the thousand nine six kids. You Martin Luther King Malcolm X. now. Malcolm X. Ed much for the Martin Luth again the Bobby Kennedy assassinations along with the JFK assassinations. I studied them intently. I studied government records were released as study autopsies forensic reports, the whole nine yards course my police background, so it helps a little bit with that, but at the end of the day we do. I have to say all three men were killed by elements of the US. Government Kennedy was killed in the video coup Bobby Kennedy was killed by CIA agents down there in la I mean. Mr Morales David Morales Lou who was David Morales. He was Michael Carbajal Michael, Kara Hall the two thousand and Nineteen Eighty, eight Olympic silver medals for Bras meals Felix Phoenix Arizona. That was his uncle I kid you not in David Morales told the OH. Man Carl Carl's father I think his name was reuben and Rubin told me that they he admitted to. To killing Kennedy and that he was Aaron L. A. When they killed. Bobby Kennedy too, so we've got pictures of David. Morales in an Ambassador Hotel that night, June fifth, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty eight, and of course any cops to it with these guys got drunk a little bit. You know people talk people get drunk. They talk solid happened so that. Dave Morales, and then of course. When he was when he was buried, he died very mysteriously, Dave Morales of back in the seventies late nineteen seventies. When When they had his funeral, they had three hundred cars. It is funeral and they were all limousines that were brought in from other parts of the state. Now there was they didn't have enough limousines for all the secret agents that we're going to be there I kid you not he was Mr. Cei- had his own parking space at the. Dave, Morales, and of course that ties into boxing senior was the article of Michael Little hands of stone, raw car ball. You're tuned to ring talk live worldwide. You're inside the world of boxing MMA, touching little gear their political assassination, the nineteen sixties with that on the other side of the break. We'll talk Mike Tyson before we finish things up your on.

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"mr morales" Discussed on The Heat

The Heat

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"mr morales" Discussed on The Heat

"Nobody nobody cared that moments incredible. Nobody nobody nobody paid attention in that moment. But of course does now I think it is mistake. And she regrets. There'd been allegations that Morales has been inciting supporters to confront security forces Is Is there much to that. Do you think he's responsible for that. Yes thoroughly early yesterday. The government showed a video where he speaking with the leader of his party and and he's a given instructions very clearly how to block road and then say precisely explicitly saying we have to get in the cities without food. And that's former president. Morales giving those instructions so clearly. He's making all these all these programs. They say that the is debate going on right now in Congress to introduce a new law for new elections but the party that wants to introduce that law is in the minority minority. So what happens next very good questions. We really don't know Because this is an annual scholarship is in the minority and and and that coalition is trying to push to elections as soon as possible and the majority is trying not to have those elections because they want Mr Morales back in Bolivia so it it. It is very polarizing and worrying. Maybe if Congress cannot approve this low maybe president and the news will Approve an something like an executive order to call for new elections. Maybe ninety days she actually she said that the in Congress there's obstacles to to the low that she presented that the mass party presented another project of follow. Hello Anyway that. We don't care which Royce approved we want elections. You know you mentioned earlier. That one of the conditions being made by ever-more analysis parties that he be allowed to contest any new elections. Do you see any scenario under which that could happen. I yesterday Oh oh yes sorry about that no blackout in believe yes. Oh I don't know what to do or believe in asking how often you're getting out of the house Well actually almost once a week and I think that they are intentional. Be Mass Suporters. I said this that they made those threats that they were going to make those Blackouts but I'm not sure if these one is intentional or not. They also said that they were going to cut the water supply to donate through the La Pass neighborhood. Saw It is crazy. Okay okay Let me go through that Last question again. So what happens next because you have a situation now where. The Party of Royce is placing a condition on having new elections. They say he has to be part of new elections. He has to be able to participate in it. Do you see any scenario where he will be able to return to Bolivia and take part in those elections. Yesterday my answer would have been no. There's no chance to have more or less in the ballot today. I would say that he's probably a solution because we have this scenario of violence. That is an apparently endless. He supporters are blocking the EH roads. There is food shortages in the past another cities. We don't have fuel So there's no cars on the streets. There's no aw public transportation so we are really in a in a very worrying situation. If this situation of violence and Berlin station estill goes on for some more weeks or months. I don't know maybe Morales should being the ballot I Dunno if morale is really makes the country really an unstable impossible to govern. Maybe it would be a solution but it would be a solution By forcing the rest of society you have him back if we look at President Morales Record. He was very popular president one time. He had a huge amount of success in fighting poverty health policy in Bolivia and the economy did very well. Is there a danger. Here that this could be reversed. I hope not because poverty went down and also self esteem of indigenous population was also up. We had uh inclusion of new sectors like peasants and indigenous to our political system and society. So that was good. We hope that those things are not going to be really reversed But also the economy was very good because the prices of raw materials for high and now those prices are going down especially the price of for our main at produce that we export to Argentina. Brazil is natural gas gas prices in the to the price of oil and oil has been going down for the five years in one time was over one one hundred dollars per barrel and now is maybe seventy or sixty so I think that also the price these factor is going to be important for for our economy. Also the point is that as you said. They've been demonstrations in Bolivia over the past few days. And could you have a free and fair election. If these demonstrations continue the the country is in in this array right now we have protests in in many places especially in Lopez We have food shortages because because there are blockades in the in the roads and we have this problem with the with the fuel. We don't have fuel because they are brocade in these fuel plant so we don't have a public transportation or even we don't have almost the capacity of us our cars for example. My car I can use it because I don't have field so we don't have fuel have food shortages. We have this violent protest. It is very hard. Organize those elections so maybe ninety days the situation is GONNA be calmer. We hope but thanks so much for speaking with us today. You pleasure. I'll Ronda is the editor of Brooklyn. DIG It out and was speaking to us from La Paz in Bolivia the heat is produced by CGT in America our executive producer says the tyranny h. and the senior producer. John Gilmore Zana. Al Shabaab was our guest booker today. 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UN chief urges restraint for Bolivians

UN News

01:05 min | 2 years ago

UN chief urges restraint for Bolivians

"Authorities in Bolivia are being urged to uphold the safety of citizens and foreigners in the country amid the political ICAL crisis brought on by the resignation of president. Evo Morales this past weekend. UN Secretary General Gutierrez made the appeal on Sunday following living reports of attacks against the Venezuelan embassy in the capital Lopez in light of continued wars some developments in Bolivia. The secretary general reiterates his his appeal to all Bolivians to refrain from violence and to the authorities to ensure the safety and security of all citizens government officials and foreign nationals according according to a statement issued by his spokesperson he also calls for respect for state and local institutions as well as the inviolability of diplomatic missions. and Mr Morales who was elected in two thousand and six was Bolivia's first indigenous president. His resignation followed weeks of protests stemming from the disputed the twentieth of October presidential elections in which the opposition and civil society leaders denounced alleged irregularities

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Unpresidented: Bolivias leader resigns

The Economist: The Intelligence

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Unpresidented: Bolivias leader resigns

"Bolivia doesn't have a leader. Yesterday Ava Morales who's been in power for fourteen years years resigned as president. You know there have been protests throughout the country in Santa Cruz. Bolivia's biggest city citizens barricaded hundreds of intersections hoping to paralyze the city and Starve the government of revenue. Ah Mr Morales claimed victory in a tight election last month amid claims of electoral fiddling after the vote count was unexpectedly paused for a day. Mr Morales emerged. Curiously as the outright winner on Saturday observers from the Organization of American States confirmed irregularities in the poll whole including Dr Tally sheets computer breaches. Mr Morales bowed the recommendation of

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"mr morales" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

08:55 min | 3 years ago

"mr morales" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Doctor lunch book, Joe Biden has told us he's going to announce that he's running for president tomorrow. We're all going to pretend to be surprised tomorrow on the Chris Plante show nine till rush. WLS AM eight ninety we should probably set the over under when he gets out of tomorrow afternoon after five o'clock because Jill Biden is not have legs for the third presidential campaign. Not to mention is zero point zero dollars. I'm John, you know, who you are. We'll take it until seven o'clock, and then the great one Mark Levin is seven until ten here tonight on WLS. I gave you the back story of this federal civil rights lawsuit. We're while Keegan man, they Mike Morales has filed us and he says he was threatened with the loss of his public housing. And with being jailed after all they did was forward a political posting on Facebook with crudely drawn devil horns added to photos of the Waukegan mayor Sam Cunningham. And his mother Mary. Ross Cunningham, vice chairman of the Lake County board. Now, this very interesting and kind of involves story, and I must say it also involves a recordings recordings made. So there's there's tape recordings here. And also, our attorney general quality role has been dragged into it kind of an ancillary manner. So then mind, let's welcome Mike. Morales says attorney here Kevin O'Connor as founder and principal of O'Connor law firm, the specialize in personal injury and wrongful, death and medical malpractice. But also civil rights violations. So Kevin welcome to double del sur, can you? I've given kind of the back story when when of this all star forward on this other guys Facebook posting that's causing so much. Trouble allegedly. Thank you for having me around March ten that maybe a little bit earlier. All he did was re post what somebody else had posted, which is some devil horns on on the. Top of you know, these two political figures head which is different than what was done, you know, by the Dixie chicks to Donald Trump, just political satire. Now does he have like a history Mr. Morales with the Cunningham's? I I know he they that Sam Cunningham knew him, or, you know, knew of him as when he was running or part of his campaign. But there's no like close history or any run ins or anything like this and just to be clear the original posting and assumed the altering of their photos was done by guy described as a community activist. Ralph Peterson junior now let's get into the kind of murky here who called who and who recorded who. And where can we hear this recordings? Yes, we can make them available for you. So what ended up happening is not March ten the mirror called Sam Cunningham called Mr. Morales at eleven forty five PM at night on his cellphone to tell him to remove the posting. And the way he was describing it made. Mr. morale, very nervous. What kind of what kind of descriptors were were involved? Well, he's as you'd better remove it. You know, things of that nature, and he just felt when somebody's calling him on his personal cell phone at eleven forty five at night telling you know, it's the mayor Tony you better remove it. He felt intimidate was that record. In other words, we go to voicemail or was he talking to him? You know, he was actually talking to him. So he answered the phone and then he took notes afterwards. I assume kinda wrote down a, you know, remember what happened. Yeah. Then he started to get nervous. And so he thought that somebody was going to do something to him or or you know, we're going to threaten him. And sure enough he got a call from a Mary Cunningham, he returned to call saying, why are you calling me, and she's the vice chair of the county board? And then she returned that call and at that point, she has recorded making many threats against him saying he's gonna lose his housing saying he could do ten years in the box threatening in which L in most disturbingly saying that she talked with Coombe Iwo wall who is a threat buddy of her son. Sam Cunningham, the mayor and that he's going to take action on this against him, which we believe we would hope believe never happened. We're going to certainly find out. Can I this is kind of you don't have to answer this. But how how is it the politicians? No matter what Keegan or Chicago or Washington DC are so stupid to call people and get themselves on tape making threats haven't they watched the sopranos? I think it's political Boeing at its best, you know, at its worst. We can call it something else. But I think they've gotten away with this and Lake County for so long. I'm hearing from other people now that this is a routine pattern Lake County that these officials think they can do whatever they want. They've enjoyed you know, this free reign of kind of pushing their weight around House, Mr Peterson involved in the recordings. He is not involved in the recordings at all. All he did was on behalf of Mr. Morales contacted him. Knowing activists in the community said I'm really scared. Can you do something and he filed a complaint with the ethics board with the county and the county f export Rodney escaping his last name now responded and said we looked into this and we see no ethics violation by her calling and threatening him. We learned later that Rodney on the ethics board. Apparently mariam. Rodney Marian Marian. Yes was put there by. Put there by her or help to get in his spot, by Mary Cunningham. So it's no surprise that. He came up with a conclusion that she didn't do anything wrong. What will Mr. Mr. Morales? What will he ask for to settle the suit? Well, the most important thing is to get injunctive relief to prevent would be done to prevent this threatening people and the second part is, you know, he he's afraid to go out of his house at this point. He's very afraid he thinks people are watching him and following him. You know, when they make threats to us housing and is living arrangements because he is disabled. It's very scary for this, man. And this is all again just to double bag because he doesn't particularly have a acrimonious history with either the Cunningham's, he just forwarded on somebody else's Facebook post in as a more to that story. No more to that story. That's all he did. And they decided to pick on him because I believe because they knew he had some kind of county housing and final questions Kwami Rahul, then asked about this. And as he said anything he's not we will we are going to reach out to him. But unfortunately, the only way we're going to be able to reach out to him through a deposition, which is gonna come down the road either. He's gonna read that he said after her or clearly Mary Cunningham is lying threatening with lies to, you know, Mr. Morales. I'll take the ladder on that bet right now. I'll take the ladder. I wouldn't doubt your bet there eater. How did you wind up finding Mr. Morales just out of curiosity as a client? I've done a lot of Lake County work, I handled several cases of police brutality and things of that nature up there. I'm pretty well known to try and fix. What's wrong? I even appeared before the committee of the last Maryland Waukegan and offered my services for feet three to stop some of the things going on up in Lake County. And they just didn't take me up on it. Key is really a nice community that could use an infusion of capital. I think they have a nice downtown Genesee theaters terrific. I love that cigar store on the same side of the street on the east side. They're just south of the Genesee theatre like that. Downtown was kind of a little bit more capital. I think you're you're absolutely right. That the funding is not there. Unfortunately, I think that political people that are up. There are not looking out for the community more looking out for themselves. We'll reach out to the Cunningham says to be fair, and let them respond should they want to on tomorrow's program? Thank you, Mr. O'Connor. Now. Thank you for having take care. Did you know that you could win a thousand dollars? Listen, weekdays for the national keyword at eight eleven two and five that's four times a day four times thousand that's how you get the name took a lot of people in promotions to come up with us four K a day. See how that kind of just rolls off the tongue. 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"mr morales" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:53 min | 3 years ago

"mr morales" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Ernst, I grew up castrating hogs on an Iowa farm. So when I get to Washington, I'll know how to cut four. Okay. Yes. I think you're doing that commercial Lauren. I believe that that is I think you're mistaken point well taken thank you. And then a we were talking about this last hour. Delta Airlines has joined American and United now and essentially limiting especially in coach whether or not you can recline your seat, which I applaud because I I'm six foot four and a half and getting shorter every operation, but I never ever ever ever reclined, my CBS, I think it's rude. And a lot of you have texted in that, John, I recline you recline. And I replied I said, no, no, I never go with a mob mentality. Nobody reclines on how air we seats. Do not recline on holler. We have a lot of space for you. But they do not recline and they never will set. You wanna reclined you've got to fly private business business you fly business class and most holler is business class. So base here. Buying a couch and free drinks anti way. It's really annoying when someone reclines and you've got your food tray out. It is. I just think it is very very rude as I said last hour what I've done in the past if unflagging coach, and I realized that walked by the person, I realized this guy's probably going to put a CPAC on me. I just say, hey, I if I could just ask, and I'm going to reward you. I will buy you a couple of drinks if you agreed not to put that seat back, and that has worked more often than it has what about when the person behind us kicking their chair or you've got a kid, and they're rocking. The number one layer, no kids fly, of course. No, no, no kids and everybody has to dress a properly define how to no kicking. No talking. And we reserve the right to essentially zip tie you and cover your mouth duct tape and put you right down in cargo. A lot fun signed indentification for the airline at holler. If you get outta line at the captain's discretion down you go the rest of the flight. That's it. Let's see Karl we get to cow quickly before we move on up to our Keegan high Carl go ahead, sir. Didn't return or payback. Why because his peers are driven snow deal. He repaid it in a series of checks three hundred thirty one thousand they repaid that they've denied any wrongdoing. Obviously, they thought they were within the the parameters of the law. Joe Berrios agreed now it's kind of suspicious, and again, I want to give the reporters at WBZ little attribution here. The first lady did in fact put one toilet back in after they received the tax abatement or not even the tax break. So that seems somewhat suspicious, and the reason that MK's brother, you know, the the governor's brother in law and her former personal assistant are allegedly under investigation by the feds is they made false representations on the tax appeal affidavits when they declared that home the Gold Coast mansion had in fact been without functioning bathrooms for years. And years before the twenty fifteen toilet removals. That's what the feds according to the reporting here. That's what the feds found suspicious, and that's why they're under investigation. Atta boy gbi. Well, I I understand why everybody takes every legal tax advantage. I don't begrudge anybody for doing that. Whether it's Pritzker or rounder or any billionaire in between, but you know, you've probably had some help from sir office holder at that time who's now left, by the way. There is no trail of any subpoenas Barrio says he's not been contacted. It's unclear whether Kim FOX's county investigation remains active, and you heard what the governor said just a couple of seconds skill. And I also want to point out WBZ receives financial support from the Pritzker foundation. So this must be somewhat uncomfortable day over there, navy pier. That's a nice neat package. That's for sure it all kind of comes around doesn't it here in Chicago? Thank you, sir. Appreciate your call. Right now onto a Chicago style intimidation north up in Waukegan Lake County, a law, Keegan man alleges in federal civil rights lawsuit that he was in fact threatened with the loss of his public housing after he forwarded a political posting, of course, on Facebook on or with crudely drawn devil's horns added to photos of Waukegan mayor Sam Cunningham, and the mayor's mother Mary Ross Cunningham, which just happens to be the vice chairman of the Lake County board, we're going to talk to the attorneys, representing this gentleman and just a few minutes, but they claim that this gentleman's first amendment rights. Now, then violated when the mayor called his client, Mike Morales is the gentleman's name late at night several times in an attempt to intimidate Mr. Morales after he shared the image on Facebook, which was originally posted by somebody else a community activist, Richard. I'm sorry. Ralph Peterson junior then according to the attorney O'Connor. Mary. Ross Cunningham, call Mr. Morales and told him to remove the post or he could lose his Lake County housing authority voucher, which he receives because he's disabled boy, this reeks of cycles, Chicago style politics, doesn't it the pictures that he forwarded after somebody else posted it on Facebook that picture the mayor and his mother besides the horns, the devil horns, the altered images of both the Cunningham's showed red dots for eyes and a trickle of red coming out of the corner of their mouths. So we'll talk to Kevin O'Connor who has represented mR. Morales about this coming up next at about six nineteen or so on WLS John Tbilisi's time to six fifteen take a look at album from the junction to lake cook. It's twenty minutes..

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"mr morales" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"mr morales" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Per cusses. HIV the answer would be zero. There is no testing. And so isn't it true? That when you have the outbreak in Seattle of measles measles or rebel in Chicago that this is an example, how literally over a couple years millions and millions of foreigners come into our country with these various diseases for which they had not been inoculated for for which they have no vaccinations, and that this is a major health risk. I mean, I don't want to blame. The outbreak of measles in Washington state on immigration because nobody knows what the originating cause of that was. But you know, the fact is when you have people coming into the. United States who have not been tested for contagious diseases that you do put the population at risk. And whether it was the cause of the outbreak of measles in Washington state or something else was when you have kids and classrooms people in public spaces who have these communicable diseases. It does put the population at risk, and we have an obligation to make sure that the people come into the country do have been checked for health issues. But because you point out you can't do that when people sneak across the border when people come to an American embassy or consulate around the world and apply to come to the United States. We can do that when they sneak across the border when nobody's looking it's obviously impossible to do that. But you know, there are also other complications in a world where people travel all around the world for legitimate reasons, you are going to have to deal with these things, but we can minimize it by making sure at least the people who are coming on a permit. Basis. Do have the kind of help chicks that would that are necessary to ensure that they they don't pose a risk on Tuesday morning headline. This was several days. Go Tuesday morning man who shot a California cop previously deported arrested, but cops would not honor the ice detainers, the illegal immigrant killed on Tuesday morning and a shootout with California police had been deported. Arrested and released over ISIS. Objection on several occasions and a graphic forty eight second clip released on Wednesday body Cam footage from Sunday from Tuesday's traffic stop shows. Hobby or Hernandez morale is rolling down his window, grabbing a handgun and opening fire. A Napa county sheriff deputy Riley Gerard who. Fortunately, was not killed fire was returned. And Mr. Mr. morale, Mr. Morales is now with now with the afterlife, and we have numerous can you give other series examples of crimes committed by illegal aliens who should not be here. There are countless, you know, there was another California police officer Newman, California, just around Christmas time who was murdered by an illegal alien who had been deported returned to the United States had come to the attention of law enforcement authorities and yet because California has a very strict sanctuary policies. They did nothing about it. The sheriffs in those counties. Have complained publicly that, you know, this police officer would still be alive today..

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"mr morales" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

12:46 min | 3 years ago

"mr morales" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Mellman who's with fair federation for American Immigration Reform and IRA Mellman. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show. How are you? I'm doing well. Good to have you. Good to have you with me now IRA relative to so many issues about the southern border is about the so-called emergency. Can you lay out their refutation to the argument of the radical left in this country that somehow there is no crisis on the southern border that the criminal rate of immigrants is lower than the rate of shall I say native born Americans then immigration is a net plus for this country. And in fact, the way of the lows immigration on the southern border. We've had in the last fifteen years I can rattle those things off as if they're true, please explain well. That's a lot to cover there. But you know, the impact the opposite is true. You have more than half a million people coming across that border illegally every year. Half the people, I think in most people's mind would constitute a crisis. In addition to that, you have massive massive abuse of our political asylum system. This is a program that was set up for humanitarian purposes. Able to protect people who are truly being persecuted by their own governments. Now, we have backlogs of seven hundred eighty six thousand cases, waiting to be heard in our federal court system, essentially, it is paralysing the federal judiciary judiciary system, and congress refuses to act to change the standards for requesting political asylum here in the United States, even though they know that this is the root cause of the problem, and you've got other laws that say if you're a minor and you show up at the border. We have to let you in all of these things could easily be changed congress refuses to act so the president invoked emergency powers best. He can. You know, the president is also as you mentioned that crime comes along with open borders and the other side has been saying, oh, no there's no problem with crime in spite of the fact that we hear a ball kinds of heinous crimes being committed. On a very regular basis. You know, we've now done some research on this and using government data. It is evident that illegal aliens commit crimes and are incarcerated at three times the rate of the general population. So it is a crime issue. Most illegal aliens are not criminals, but you know, aced enough of them are that it has you know, it results in three times as many legal aliens being incarcerated based on the representation the population than everybody else. So on all of these counts, we have an emergency. It's an emergency, by the way that congress has contributed to and you know, he has to deal with it as best. He can this is not a perfect way. But it's the only tool available Kim at this point, and, you know, IRA when I hear the argument of Nancy Pelosi and other radical leftists that somehow the criminal rate of immigrants is lower than native born she she lumps into that pot. Could be judged one point eight million. Legal immigrants who came here. Like in the year two thousand eighteen we had the highest number of legal immigration to America ever in American history, which is one point eight million and those groups of people because they tested for diseases and illnesses their backgrounds are checked out that group performs rather well because they're legal. So what she does is mix into the end of the bold that illegal immigration along with the illegal immigration. So you're saying that you have exempted out from the from the pool those that are legally here by immigration, which are generally, they become great Americans. You're talking about just illegal immigration. It is three times the rate of native born Americans. That's absolutely, correct. And that that's been what they've been doing for a long time lumping legal immigrants who have gone through a screening process before they arrive in the United States with illegal aliens who are violating the law by their mere presence here and then go on to commit other offenses once they're in the United States. And you know, that's the way they arrive at their statistics. And by the way. You know, the the this statistic, you just gave that one point eight million legal immigrants coming to the United States that also undermines Nancy Pelosi's. And some of these other folks argument that we have a stingy immigration policy that, you know, people are forced to violate our laws because we just don't let people coming into the United States. The fact is we have historically high levels of legal immigration to high impact. But, you know, the the reality is that we have the most generous legal immigration policy in the world and any country has a right to say, you know, enough is enough. We're going to settle in it. And then we're going to enforce the law because we simply cannot accept everybody who wants to come to the United States. You know, we we understand why people want to come. But unfortunately in a world of seven and a half billion people. Everybody can't come to the United States. Well, the CDC specifically on Monday sites. The possibility of cross-border movement of HIV measles per cusses, rebel. Rabies hepatitis A influence at Burke, yellow sus, syphilis and many other diseases when legal immigrant comes. There's testing done sixty to ninety days before their arrival to make sure that there are free of these diseases of the half million or more who fled across the southern border. Every year. How much testing is done of them for Burke, hepatitis rubella, raviolis measles, per cusses, HIV the answer would be zero. There is no testing. And so isn't it true? That when you have the outbreak in Seattle of measles measles or rebel in Chicago that this is an example, how literally over a couple of years millions and millions of foreigners come into our country with these various diseases for which they had not been inoculated for for which they have no vaccinations, and that this is a major health risk. I mean, I I don't want to blame the outbreak in Washington state because nobody knows what the originating cause of that was. But you know, the fact is when you have people coming into the United States who have not been tested for contagious diseases that you do put the population at risk. And whether it was the cause of the outbreak of measles in Washington state or something else was when you have kids in classrooms people in public spaces who have these communicable diseases. It does put the population at risk, and we have an obligation to make sure that the people come into the country do have been checked for health issues. But as you point out, you can't do that when people sneak across the border when people come to an American embassy or consulate around the world and apply to come to the United States. We can do that when they sneak across the border when nobody's looking it's obviously impossible to do that. But you know, there are also other complications in a world where people travel all around the world for legitimate reasons, you are going to have to deal with these things, but we can minimize it. By making sure at least of the people who are coming on a permanent basis. Do have the kind of help chicks that would that are necessary to ensure that they don't pose a risk on Tuesday morning. Headline is several days. Go Tuesday morning man who shot a California cop previously deported arrested, but cops would not honor the ice detainers, the illegal immigrant killed on Tuesday morning and a shootout with California police had been deported. Arrested and released over ISIS. Objection on several occasions and a graphic forty eight second clip released on Wednesday body Cam footage from Sunday from Tuesday's traffic stop shows. Hobby or Hernandez morale rolling down his window, grabbing a handgun and opening fire. A Napa county sheriff deputy Riley jarara who fortunately was not killed fire was returned. And Mr. Mr. morale, Mr. Morales is now with now with the afterlife, and we have numerous can you give other serious examples of crimes committed by illegal aliens should not be here. There are countless. There was another California police officer Newman, California, just around Christmas time who was murdered by an illegal alien who had been deported returned to the United States had come to the attention of law enforcement authorities and yet because California has a very strict sanctuary policies. They didn't think about it. The sheriffs in those counties. Have complained publicly that, you know, this police officer would still be alive today. If not for the fact that California had these policies in place, you know, the most notable example with Kate Steinle in San Francisco, but it's you know, it's not just all happening in California. It's happening around the country as more and more jurisdictions are declaring themselves sanctuaries and refusing to cooperate with immigration customs enforcement agency, the same way that they would cooperate with any other law enforcement agency in the country. You know, if somebody was stopped and arrested in Los Angeles, and they found that there was a warrant out for them by the Cincinnati police force the cops in LA would pick up the phone call the police and Cincinnati and say, we got your guy come and get them. It's this one law enforcement agency that they've carved out an exception for not because it's good police policy. But because they want to make sure that our that our immigration laws are not enforced in this country. And when the radical left says well. There's not much crime committed by illegal aliens couple of weeks ago, I had on Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who's the press secretary to President Trump. She pointed out that of the fifty states and this glorious union of ours. There's only one state that actually keeps records on illegal aliens committing crimes. So if you if you're in Chicago Cincinnati Austin, Tampa, if you're in Sacramento, and you're an illegal alien picked up the local police does does not remark or does not note that you are here illegally. And so the one St. that kept the record which was Texas had six hundred thousand crimes committed in one year by legal aliens. And so the other forty nine states, how can anyone accurately could say that legal aliens are committing crime one local police do not gather the facts the statistics. How is that possible? One of the things that you can look at it's what they're looked at. When we came to this conclusion that they do commit crimes at a higher rate when it states and local governments lock. Yup. Criminal aliens in jails or prisons, they are entitled to a certain level of reimbursement for the costs from the federal government. So, you know, they may like your legal aliens, they may want to protect illegal aliens acquitting criminal aliens. But they also liked the federal dollars. And so you can kind of discern from the amount of money that they are getting through this program that reimburses state local governments how many illegal aliens are in their in their state local prisons, so it's not a perfect system. But it's a pretty good indication because when it comes to collecting money, then they do keep records. Well, the illegal person may have committed five ten twenty thirty crimes. And that means you still collect one time for one day. It doesn't mean that one criminal committed one crime. That's correct. And of course, you know, there are crimes that are committed and the perpetrator does not wind up in prison because the police don't solve the crime. So yeah, I mean, I it's again, not a perfect system. You tend to have recidivism so somebody who's committed one crime is likely to have committed to others. And by the way, that's one of the reasons why these jurisdictions should be turning these folks over to ice for removable because you know, if you have been convicted of a crime here and you're put back out on the street. There is a high probability that you're going to go out and re-offend that they're going to be other needless victims and the politicians who make these policies are responsible in some way for the damage that is caused by the by their actions are Melman of fair federation for American Immigration Reform. Can you give the American people high? Oh, Kentucky, Indiana, Florida, California, New York, New Jersey, Illinois, can you give us some idea? How much illegal immigration is costing this country on a net basis. On a net basis about one hundred sixteen billion dollars a year a hundred and sixteen billion. Yeah. And by the way, that includes the cost of the children were born in the United States under the current interpretation of the fourteenth amendment or US citizens, but never those are costs incurred because the parents violated the law. So, you know, this is an ongoing cost a, you know, we're squabbling over whether to. Come up with twenty five billion dollars one time cost to build a secure barrier along the southern border..

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"mr morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:21 min | 3 years ago

"mr morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"BBC World Service at six hours GMT welcome to weekend with Judy America. Coming up the Saudi teenager locked herself in a tie hotel room, refusing to go home is welcomed to Canada by their foreign minister Christie Freeland. Pleasure. Welcome. A very brave new Canadian. The president of South Africa's Cyril Ramaphosa has urged men to unite against rape and sexual assault. More determine. Women country. Plus, we'll have all the latest international sports news here on weekend. After the latest world news. This is the BBC news. Hello. I'm Jonathan is odd. The British Prime Minister Theresa may has warned that parliament cannot and must not let the British people down by failing to deliver. Brexit MP's are likely to vote against E U withdrawal agreement in two days time, Mrs Maes warning came in a newspaper article more from Chris Mason, the Sunday Times, she feels the government fears losing its ability to govern in the event of defeats on Tuesday. It's advisers have warned that backbenchers could seize control of parliamentary business, and so for instance, legally compel the government to request that Brexit is delayed. We will risk not leaving the European Union at all Theresa May writes in the Sunday Express desperately pleading with her colleagues toback had deeply unpopular deal the votes. The prime minister ads is the biggest and most important decision that any MP of our generation will be asked to make the White House has said a wash. Washington Post reporter accusing President Trump of concealing details of his conversations with his Russian counterpart by Putin is so outrageously inaccurate. It doesn't even warrant a response. The newspaper says Mr. Trump heads details of those conversations from senior officials Steve Jackson reports the Washington Post lists five meetings between the two men of which it says, no detailed records exist. It quotes. Unnamed officials are saying that after meeting with Vladimir Putin and Hamburg in two thousand seventeen Mr. Trump took his interpreters notes and instructed the translate to not to discuss the talks with anyone else in the administration. The paper says no transcripts exist of another meeting in Helsinki in two thousand eighteen which the two presidents spoke behind closed doors for two hours with only their interpreters present this appears to be its odds with the approach taken by previous US presidents and may fuel concerns about Mr. Trump's relationship with the Kremlin officials in northern China say at least twenty one people have been killed in a coal mine collapse. Sixty six miners were rescued off the accident near the city of Shenmu in Shaanxi province. The number of fatalities. In Chinese coal. Mine accidents has fallen sharply over the past decade. Thousands of people in Guatemala have marched to protest against a move by president Jimmy Morales to close a UN backed anti corruption commission that sought to investigate him. Marchers. Waved banners reading we reject the government of the corrupt Warrenville reports, the international commission against impunity in Guatemala was created in two thousand and six in the aftermath of the country's bitter civil war. It has helped. Prosecutors bring cases against thousands of senior officials and executives when the former comedian Jimmy Morales came to power in two thousand sixteen he supported it. But when the commission sought to investigate Mr. Morales over alleged election finance violations, he decided to end its mandate saying it had overstepped its duties on Wednesday Guatemala's constitutional court blocked, the president's decision after opponents accused him of an abusive power. BBC news. A former commander of the FARC rebel group who negotiated the historic peace deal with the Colombian government has released a video six months after going into hiding in the twelve minute film. If I'm Markus accuses the Colombian government of betraying the terms of the agreement. He says four hundred community leaders and eighty-five former fighters have been murdered since the peace accord was signed two years ago. The government of president even Duquet vocal critic of the peace deal says it's taking steps to increase security for former rebels Houlihan Castro a former housing secretary in the administration has launched his bid for the US presidency in two thousand twenty the forty four year old who is the grandson of Mexican immigrants will face plenty of competition in the race for the democratic nomination. His John Donaldson the next president won't be sworn in for more than two years, but the race to unseat Republican Donald Trump look set to be a crowded field. More than twenty five people thought to be considering a run to win the Democratic Party nomination. The late. To confirm he'll seek America's tights office is Houlihan Castro. A former mayor of San Antonio in Texas other potential candidates on the democratic side include former vice president Joe, Biden, senators, Kamala, Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders as well as the Texan congressman better a rock. The Greek prosecutor has ordered an investigation into alleged threats to lawmakers to make them vote against a deal with neighboring Macedonia to change its name. The Macedonian parliament narrowly voted in favor of renaming the country, the Republic of north Macedonia. But the agreement will take effect after ratification by Greece. Greek nationalists are unhappy with the name change five. People have died in heavy snowstorms in the mid west of the United States in the state of Missouri. Which was one of the hardest. Hit nearly fifty centimeters of snow fell. And more than eight hundred road accidents were reported the storm is not moving east towards Virginia and Washington DC. Several other states were also affected BBC news. It's six minutes past six GMT. Welcome to weekend from the BBC World Service with me Julian worker later on in the program with the Indian general elections around the corner, we look at the push for non resident Indians to be given proxy voting status founding for this off India like Martin Gandhi, Dr Beaman bitcoin non-resident Indians for years and under current systems of law. They would not have been able to what? So we have a similar connections and also concerned about our motherland that's later, but I the Saudi teenager whose efforts to escape her family gained worldwide attention on social media has arrived in Canada, which is granted her Silom. Delighted Rahaf half Muhammed Al Kanoun emerged at Toronto airport looking exhausted. But smiling and wearing a Canadian sweatshirt last week most Canadian had turned up in Bangkok saying on Twitter that she was in danger. Of being forcibly returned to Saudi Arabia where she feared she'd be killed by her relatives because she'd renounced Islam she appealed for help and was given UN protection. While she applied for asylum in the west speaking to reporters at the airport, the Canadian foreign minister, Christina Freedland, describe ra- half a brave new Canadian..

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