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"mr zarif" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"mr zarif" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"I feel like this is a sign of the moment people seat that the jason <unk> growers in seven wrestler the water. Maybe this i mean i just wanna put forward that. It's been a long time in isolation spend five along with with is the no uniting project that is not something to do with war and the chinese have for all the laws or follow oh right <hes> with iran. We've seen the trump administration <hes> tear up the deal <hes> even though every observer including our own u._s. State department so unconfirmed that iran was following deal deal down to the t- the europeans were angry but there isn't necessarily any sort of muscle behind that anger and now we've seen this kind of cycle of <hes> <hes> of of tension in in terms of these ships caesar's. What what do you see as the dynamic between the united states iran in in europe right now related to this conversational because again here the europeans are s case of spinelessness in the europeans know that the deal that was after a great settled compromise by all sides deal that was struck in creating interesting is a very good team europeans known that they tell you that quite open secondly the europeans note that had not violated the deal but as you said sodas the u._s. department sodas z. every those the deal was not violated typing the europeans are desperate for your ramya oil you know the other avenues order from all natural gas from russia from libya compromised by sanctions by vase stupid was was so that europeans are desperate for iran. They try to create a mechanism to be able to pay for oil around your scientists so for for this reason you're not team was good europeans. No they runyan's having violated the deal and the europeans are desperate for you would think that in a rational world european social democracy and so on would stand up and say that the united states leaving this deal this ridiculous victimless. I mean they would come beyond the united states. That'd be sharply critical when the u._s. Government decided to sanction relief the foreign minister of ron you know in a normal word would've expected the foreign ministers of iota and the european union's foreign chief for four-mile federica murimi. You would have expected them to come out in public and said this is outrageous. All that happened was released a very mild scape and saying we will continue to meet mr zarif really. Is that the best you can do. I mean this spinelessness of the center is what is happening the word today. We need to you see this. It's easy to see alert. What's left notes doing it's. This is not a problem of the left. This is the problem of center that has been dissolved jelly. So what and what was the rationale i mean just elaborate on the sanctions against jawad zarif because that is really really the height of the aggressiveness and the absurdity of the trump line in the spinelessness of the europeans and i'm not i'm not making a value judgment here. I don't want sanctions nations against anybody who was a great deal. Things are moving forward and so on but when someone pulls you know when someone comes forward and they say oh we sanctioned some you know commander in the republican you know in the in the republican guard or whatever okay this makes inside a certain logic. This is sort of part of the kind of conflict zones in the middle east javad-zarif. No one has done more to try to soothe all of these tensions and move forward diplomatically but mr zor was educated. Almost entirely in the united states is speaks fluent english his extremely bright and well prepared purse. Let's just put that out there. You need to have secretary secretary of state. Mike pompeo on your show. You need to ask him why he's jealous of mr very high. I asked i somebody in the u._s. State department. What's the story here yeah because i wrote a piece about this. He told me look. Let's be frank. The river's been doing the u._s. Talk shows and the trump administration is frustrated. They can't on stand the fact that this guy is so good and you know partly..

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Trump administration announces sanctions on Iran's foreign minister

The World

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Trump administration announces sanctions on Iran's foreign minister

"The United States has imposed sanctions on the Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif senior trump administration officials said that Mr Zarif it helps to carry out what he called the reckless agenda of the Iranian government Germany's foreign minister has said his country want to participate in any US led naval mission to secure the strait of Hormuz aka mas spoke of the need to avoid any further escalation of tension between Iran and the

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US, Iran conflict hardening over attacks on 2 tanker ships

Democracy Now

12:46 min | 1 year ago

US, Iran conflict hardening over attacks on 2 tanker ships

"Tensions between the US and Iran are again, ratcheting up as the US accused Iran of orchestrating an attack Thursday on Japanese and Norwegian oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, Iran, denied any involvement, and accused the Trump administration of trying to sabotage diplomacy secretary of state. Mike Pompeo directly accused Iran attacking the oil, tankers just hours after the incident. It is the assessment of the United States government that the Islamic Republic of Iran, responsible for the attacks that occurred in the Gulf of Amman today, this assessment is based on intelligence. The weapons used the level of expertise needed to execute the operation recent similar rating attacks on shipping and the fact that no proxy group operating in the area has the resources and proficiency jacked with a high degree of sophistication. On Thursday night. The United States also released video of which acclaimed was runs revolutionary guard removing an unexploded mind from the side of the Japanese oil, tanker attacked, however, the president of the Japanese company that owns the ships that it was not attacked by mines, but to flying objects, he also said he does not believe any objects where tach to the side of the ship Iranian ships did approach the oil tankers after the attack. But according to multiple news accounts. The Iranians helped rescue dozens of crew members from the tankers the timing of the incident, also raise many questions as it came as Japanese Prime minister was visiting Iran and an attempt to bring Ron in the United States. The negotiating table. Iranian-american treat a party said, quote sounds like some are afraid Japan may succeed in starting diplomacy. The message of peers to be, don't you dare stand in the way of my war plans? Treat a party said last month, the US blamed, Iran for attacking four other oil tankers in the Persian Gulf, but offered no evidence will. For more, we're joined now by VJ per Shah, director of tri-continental institute for social research, chief editor of leftward books. He's also the chief correspondent of globetrotter he's the author of several books, including the poorer nations possible. History of the global south. Welcome to mockery now VJ per shod respond to it's happening right now in the Gulf of phone line. Hello, amy. It's I think important to bench into the woods you just used. You said that only hours after the attack, or the bombings in the Norwegian and Japanese thank the US secretary of state went out there and blamed, Iran hours of to, you know, it's very interesting. There's a kind of rush to blame Iran for anything that's been happening around the go. Full moves people who look closely at the oil business understand that fifty percent of the world's oil goes through the Gulf of law, Moos, the understand that, you know, getting oil is a dangerous activity, all kinds of things happen are accidents this by the see there, a series of it'll quite a common risks faced by all tankers. Iran is not one of those high on the list of Sparta's risk assessors are concerned. And the of course, this is the first thing, the United States government has said, as you said, without the evidence. So within a few is and without any evidence, the United States government wants more provoking, some sort of response from Iran, perhaps, or at least to try to galvanize public opinion to believe that Iran is a threat to the would what's really important here is yes. The fact that Shinzo Ave, the first Japanese Prime minister to visit Iran in forty one years. He goes to Iran ah shortly after the Iranian Foreign Minister visited him in Japan. In fact, Mr. Zarif visited Shinzo abbey in his home. They had a very important conversation with Shinzo obvious said that the Iranian nuclear deal is a factor of stability for West Asia. This goes directly opposed to the Trump adminis-. Stations view and what's very important here is we're not talking about a country, that's far from American the American audit. This is Japan, a reliable ally of the United States, which is not only reliant upon Iranian oil, but understands that, the warmongering in West Asia is going to be very bad, not only for Eurasia, but for the would and I think we need to understand that as Shinzo Ave is in Japan, this attack this several Taj. Whatever it is, is an rallies on the Novi jn Japanese tankers. And again as Shinzo Ave is in Iran. That's right. He wasn't there on the first time in forty one years, and he has been saying, actually interesting. This is a right-wing prime minister. This is not a person of the left he's been saying that there needs to be a return to the table. It's not only Japan saying this Amy. It's also the Europeans, the Europeans of very keen that the US not break fully from this Iran deal. The Germans in fact have been looking for noted mechanism for payments India, which is one of the largest budgets, Iranian oil had to back off because of these new very tight sanctions put in place by the US government. But the Indians are also not that interested in this new approach by the Trump administration. They would like to continue to buy oil. In fact, it's kind of 'isolation that the United States is facing its is related alongside the Israelis the Saudis and the United Arab. Emirates nobody else wants war. Nobody else wants this deal to end. And so I think it's really out of frustration that you see the United States jumped the gun come in very quickly and say that Iran is, is doing this, Ronn is doing that. And therefore, we have to retaliate. It's important to remember that in two thousand seventeen the CIA created a special unit. Call the Iran mission center run by Michael d Andry, and this is an important outfit because its entire mandate has been to ratchet up pressure on Iran. I don't know what happened to the Norwegian or thank. Oh, the Japanese thank good. But I'd be very interested to hear what the Iran mission center at the has been up to since twenty seventeen and runs. Foreign minister mohammad-javad reef tweeted Thursday, reported attacks on Japan related tankers occurred while PM obey Shinzo. Was meeting with our toll hominy for extensive and friendly. Talks suspicious doesn't begin to describe what likely transpired this morning, Iran's proposed regional dialogue forum is imperative. He said, VJ per shot. Mr. Zarif is a very capable diplomatic very reasonable person. He has been leading Iranian diplomacy, and has opened many doors to a diplomatic solution for the standoff around Iran. And I think we need to take seriously what Mr. the saying here when he uses the woods suspicious, I think we should underline that would again. I'm not saying what happened in, in the Gulf of our Moose's very clear that there are alternative explanations. We don't know what happened. We should be suspicious of the negative would forward by the US department, but we should also be suspicious about what happened, we need to ask questions, considered this form a regional standpoint, the United States, the Russians and others are in the middle of very serious diplomatic effort in Ghana stone. There are meetings of the US held in cutter, there are meetings that the. Russians of held in Moscow to dial down the almost nineteen year war that has been taking place in Afghanistan. Imagine if the United States strikes against Iran right now, it would bring catastrophe further to Ghana stone, it would open up the wounds in Iraq, and in Syria, Mr. Zuma's made it very clear that in a tack on Iran is not merely an attack on Iran. It's going to create even more catastrophe in that region. That's one of the main reasons why the Chinese are very interested in not allowing any kind of warn that region. They ever lauded stick, especially in terms of their belt and road initiative, which cuts right through this region goes three run. Nobody wants a war here. It's important for Americans to stand that the US government is deeply isolated on this issue of Iran. And on the way that the US government portrays, Iran in the rest of the would Iran is seen. As a stabilizing force in that region for some strange reason. The US government believes that Iran is an interloper. In other words, there almost eighty million Iranians who live in West Asia, and this seemed to be out of place, whereas the United States, which is, you know, thousands of miles away a portrays itself as a regional active. This is very bizarre for people around the world, and I think Americans need to understand it on Thursday, members of the House Armed Services committee from both parties said Pompeo told them in a classified briefing that the United States could use the two thousand one authorization for these military force or a you enough to attack Iran without congressional approval. This is Michigan democrat Elissa slot. Can we were absolutely presented with a full formal presentation on how the two thousand and one A M F might authorize war on Iran? Yes, I'm sir. I'm sorry, sir. Secretary Pompeo set it with his own words. The af was passed in the wake of the nine eleven attacks authorizes, the president take military action against those responsible along with any quote associated forces, your response to that VJ per shot. And what role do you think Saudi Arabia is playing in all of this? I mean look, this is very chilling. Very disturbing marching us into a war. In other words, they're marching the world into war. They're pushing Iran, the sanctions of attic, catastrophic impact on Iran's external revenues its ability to earn money. There is serious medical crisis inside the country, I think focus should be on that. We've already seen how sanctions destroyed countries how they put a lot of stress on the country, but that's not the focus of anybody's attention. In allowing people like Mr. Pompeo John Bolton. Another set the agenda here, you know, they're being allowed to say that Iran is the criminal country. Must be there for tact. I think this is very disturbing. Saudi Arabia of forces playing a lead role in this. I mentioned the Iran mission center, Mr Michael Andreas is very close to the Saudis. In fact, has. Played an important role in the drone program, and it's likely to have had some role in Saudi warned Yemen. So I mean, this is something people to consider this very quick, March to war must be stopped. The reason saying this is not just about Iran. It's about the region. It's about Eurasia and the Trump administration, I think is playing fast and loose with the facts and is being very reckless with world affairs on this in a we see the Trump administration behaving recklessly mercurially, perhaps in other parts of the world. That's true, but with Iran, I think the finger is right on the trigger and the very fact that bumpier gave this briefing should suggest to people that this is not the time to be cynical. Sick sit back and say, I don't think they're going to do it. It's very likely that the United States is going to make some strike on Iran, and that strike is going to open further the. The gates of hell for the region J for shod director of trion continental institute for social research, Fedor of

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"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Who was a thirteen year old boy when he was assaulted by George pal he said that he doesn't want to speak to the media. He doesn't want to give up his 'unanimity, but he has spent his struggling with depression and loneliness because he trusted someone he should have fared. So while we've seen a lot of emotion here outside called really Fulton are turning to the plight of the victims. And the decades of silence and struggle that has finally ending today. The North Korean leader Kim Jong UN arrived in Vietnam on the eve of his summit with President Trump a guard of honour welcomed him Dong dang train station on the border with China. Mr trump. Is expected to fly in later on Tuesday. Jeet Lou is in Hanoi alone is due to meet with his North Korean counterparts at some point today and President Trump will do likewise tomorrow during the day in the evening. They will both meet briefly before going on to have dinner together and really the days when we're expecting to see a low the nitty gritty in this issue of obviously North Korea denuclearizing the Americans want to see evidence of that. And of course of the North Koreans on their part want to see the trade blocs and sanctions removed. A day after offering to resign. The Iranian Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif says Sharon's foreign policy is being poisoned by infighting. Mr. Zarif said diplomacy had to be free from party and factional fighting. He's been subjected to frequent criticism by hardliners since concluding the nuclear deal with the United States BBC news. The United Nations has launched an appeal for more than four billion dollars to fund aid operations in Yemen. Where about twenty four million people are in desperate need of assistance. A N pledging conference is being held in Geneva from where imaging folks reports the scale of Yemen's crisis is too immense for most of us, even to imagine the vast majority. It's people are now deprived of the basic necessities for survival food water medicine safety. Millions of people are malnourished and facing famine. Even if the UN gets the billions of dollars it is asking for the next challenge will be delivering the aid aid agencies can't deliver them because the fighting continues despite the tentative truce agreed in December. Members of the Lima group of Latin American countries and Canada of the international criminal court to consider whether Venezuela is guilty of crimes against humanity for a fusion to allow aid into the country meeting in Colombia, the majority of the group of fourteen countries criticized the government of President Nicolas Maduro for its use of force and called for a peaceful return to democracy. It also said there were serious and credible threats against the opposition leader and self-declared. Interim president Kwon do Ben Israel's foreign minister accused the Lima group of promoting a campaign to bring down a democratically elected president. A team from US-based Univision television has been released from detention in the Venezuelan presidential palace where the had been there. There had been conducting an interview with nNcholas Maduro the team said that he had not liked their questions and confiscated their equipment and recording then Israel. As information minister Jose Rodriguez said the government had welcomed hundreds of journalists to the media Florida's palace, but did not support cheap shoes. BBC news. Though, the BBC World Service. Up. Columbia threshold of a new era. Two years ago. A peace agreement between the government and the rebel army signaled fifty years of conflict a truth and reconciliation process has just begun. Guitar no artists about the roles. They play in shaping the country's future. I'm Nikki Beatty and onstage with me..

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13:56 min | 2 years ago

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"This is WNYC FM HD and an New York. Coming up here on the BBC World Service. After the news is hard talk. With me say Noppadol, we Manhattan hammered was known as one of Asia's strongmen, he stood Malaysia through economic crises and manage to transform the country into one of the continent's successful manufacturing powers. He stepped down in two thousand and three often more than twenty years in office. But now at ninety three he's back in power. I think last as by Muniz did not result in people condemning me for not developing their country. They don't call the candy and the Asian tiger. Now, I've been asked to do something I will try when will you stop two years and hand over to NYU, Brian if that is what the nation wants out. But I made a promise I will stick by my promise two years, and then you step down at ninety five. Yes, that's Malaysia Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on how. Talk after the news. This is the BBC news. Hello. I'm Jonathan izod. The Indonesian President Yoko widow has made his second. Visit to parts of the island of sullaway. See they were hit by a devastating earthquake on soon. Army? He said that returning to the disaster zone. Hit observed that efforts to help survivors were gathering pace, and that he wanted to see people return to their daily activities seven cargo planes landed in parliament on Wednesday morning. The BBC's Jonathan head is there. There are very very long journeys into this town. It's very isolated. It takes them a long time. They'll be white about Lucy as well. And he police escorts to get them in. But really was needed on the ground. Here is some kind of system for distributing it. It's still not clear how they would do that people are very desperate. And he comes in on his own is likely to be swamped. We're beginning to see some signs of organizations in government buildings where set up displays people, but where the beginning to prepare the possibilities of aid distribution. But it's it's very early days yet, he's going to take several more days before there's something systematic that many of the. Earthquake victims will actually feel helps them China has ordered one of its biggest film stars to pay nearly one hundred and thirty million dollars in fines and unpaid taxes three months after she disappeared has been intense speculation about the whereabouts of fan bin being one of the few Chinese actors to break into Hollywood, Robin Brandt reports fan bin being is China's best-known female acting stone yet she disappeared from view in June after weeks of what was over certainly secret detention. She's now being told to pay the equivalent of around one hundred thirty million dollars in back taxes and fines state media say she used her companies and misleading contracts to under report her film earnings. It's reported that the actress who's appeared in the X men move is won't be sent to prison if she pays up the United Nations highest court is due to rule shortly on Iran's appeal to suspend the sanctions put in place by President Trump after he pulled the US out of a nuclear deal with Tehran. Iran has argued that the. International court of Justice. These latest US sanctions are causing suffering to the Iranian people from the Hague. Here's an Hologhan, Iran. Bruce lawsuit under a friendship treaty signed in nineteen fifty five before these Lubbock revolution. Under the twenty fifteen deal to Horon agreed to limit its nuclear program and give access to international inspectors in return for an end to western sanctions despite being the UN's. Highest course, the ICJ has no powers of enforcement some of its previous rulings have been ignored by both countries. Iran's foreign minister Jeffords Arief says his country is willing to hold talks with the US, but has expressed concern about the reliability of President Trump as an ago skating partner in a BBC interview. Mr. Zarif rejected the idea of a summit like the one held by Mr. Trump with North Korea's leader, Kim Jong UN he said that would only result in a photo opportunity. This is the world news from the BBC. Police in France say a notorious gangster who broke out of jail using a hijacked helicopter has been recaptured. After three months on the run read one eight one of France's most wanted criminals was detained in the northern region of Cray fi was serving a twenty five year jail sentence for armed robbery when he was helped to escape in July. For the first time in its history. The UK's most senior court will have a majority of female judges when it has a case in London today. Clive Komen has more details on Monday lady Arden was sworn in as the supreme court's third female Justice alongside its president. Baroness HALE and lady black today all three will sit in the case with two male justices, giving the cord its first ever female majority the law. It's often said takes its time. And he's taken the highest court in the land six hundred years to achieve this milestone. While around fifty percent of the populations female just twenty nine percent of court. Judges a women farmers in India who staged a mass March to the capital Delhi say they've ended their protest because the government has accepted many of their demands on Tuesday tens of thousands of farmers clashed with police who stopped them from entering Delhi. But overnight several thousand farmers were allowed to proceed they say the. Government has now agreed to increase crop prices about half Indian population relies on farming. But many say they're vulnerable and struggle to survive. A tiny robots has landed on asteroids it perceives a mission to find clues to the origin of the solar system, the mascot craft launched from Japanese probe landed safely on the review asteroid and made contact with its team the robot part of a French and German collaboration is about the size of shoebox and will move around review by hopping with a battery life of just fifteen hours. Simple, analyze the composition of the surface of Ryu. Goo samples will be returned to earth in two years time BBC news. Now in the BBC World Service, hard talk and some people may find the opinions expressed towards the end of the program. Offensive. Welcome to talk on the BBC World Service with me. Now, my guest today is the oldest head of government in the world. Malaysia Prime Minister Mahathir Muhammad. He came back to office in mayo after a shock election victory against his own former ruling coalition the country has been mired in allegations of corruption swirling around the previous government, which has dented confidence at home and abroad. First time round Mahato was prime minister for more than twenty consecutive years until two thousand and three. Can he leave his own checkered past behind lead Malaysia to a brighter future Prime Minister Mahathir? Muhammad. Welcome to hard talk. Thank you extraordinaire returned to power in may four you after fifteen years of retiring. What made you want to return to government looking to me frequently groups of people asking me to do something about the government wished they've found not the kind of usual government. He's very oppressive. He's very club. So you've got these big corruption case against the former prime Minister Najib Razak in connection with one MD, which is the state's sovereign fund. Six hundred eighty million dollars missing. Hey says he was given that by the Saudi Royal family and that he's done nothing wrong. And when there was a case against him when he was prime minister, he was cleared of all charges. You seem to think he's already guilty. I. He says Q then he got it from Saudi, but nobody ever gives that amount of money to anybody. How'd you in the history of the world how to unite? Well, I have never read of anybody getting that kind of money have you lost Saudis, whether they did not. Well, the Saudis they have given him. Money when moved leaves a trail behind the documents sure deductible, the money was in their bang, and then the Bank send the money over. And how did they get the money in the first place? So his properties properties connected to him. Have all been raided and twenty eight point six million dollars in cash was found plus four hundred thirty designer handbags belonging to his wife. And you said, it is obvious that he has stolen money shouldn't you really leave all this to the courts. Well in the first place, the Americas department of Justice. That statement that the money was stolen from one MD be. They wouldn't have made that statement unless they have proof real proof that it was stolen money. But it doesn't necessarily mean that the former prime minister, you resigned stone. Anyway, I mean, should you not allow the core? I for us to put him before the charge him, and is up to the court to decide whether our evidence is Greg or he's denial is all right. But he has denied this just make sure that that you know, that I mean what the four hundred and thirty designer handbags. I mean, your your finance Minister Lim Guan says realistically, the hopes of recovering thirty percent of the money misappropriated. That's all you can hope for you're not gonna go very far by trying to revivify your economy with the proceeds of four hundred thirty designer handbags, all you know, we're not talking about and baked loon we're talking about lots of money, billions of dollars, which has been stolen. And is now nowhere to be found. All right. When you were prime minister, you said a couple of years scaring, an integral there was corruption that happened when I was prime minister, but not on this scale. So do you accept any of the plane yourself for the state of affairs that Malaysia finds itself in now might in corruption allegations eve, I accept the blame? Then all governments must accept the blame. Because. These corruption is found every way to some degree. There is no country. They can both the has no corruption at all. But did you perhaps set in motion something which we see today after all you were head of this coalition, which has been in power for more than sixty years. Jeepers Ike was somebody that you thought would be a good prime minister. So you part of the system know their system may be the same, but many different. I mean that system has had four prime minister five premises before him in days of corruption on that skill against all those, but the system can be abuse. And what he did was to make his UC's authority through stealing money allegedly. As I keep on saying, prime minister Nejib Brazil says he is not guilty entirely innocent. But in the time that you prime minister at book by the Wall Street Journal's Barry Wayne claimed that a hundred billion ringgit that's about tens of billions worth of dollars. What missing on your watch? That's unaltered money at that time. They didn't prove that I took any money. We did lose money because some of our people get involved in trading and currency. The laws. Many. It was it wasn't me. I couldn't take the blame for somebody being saying you haven't benefited yourself personally, living a lavish lifestyle or anything like that. They have seen my hours they have seen my lifestyle. And they know I live, lavishly like the president last prime minister. So Nejib was somebody you had approved of as I said in some of his predecessors of the last minute. But Dr we and Anwar Ibrahim, of course, he was your deputy prime minister when you were in power nine hundred ninety eight you pushed him out as deputy, prime minister. It is said because he was pointing to state contracts which were being awarded to some of your cronies. That's what he said at the time. And you thought don't want this man hanging out, really. So we saw the case against him. He says trumped up charges of sodomy. Do you really think he was guilty of sodomy? The court decided the he was guilty and said the team do it wasn't me. What he sees about? These accusation is his opinion. He's a clinician. Whether the Trump up or not is up to the court to decide up to prosecutors and the defense suffered terribly he spent six years at first in total the best part of a decade, but six years I in solitary confinement denied access to his children. He's a father of six and even when he was released in two thousand and four when you will no longer prime minister, you continued your to rate against him. You said imagine having a gay prime minister. Nobody would be safe. That's what you said. Well, that's that time, but you also necessary for me to work with him to oust the. Najib has prime minister. So both of us decided to forget, but the pass because this is far more important, and we focus on that issue and nothing else..

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"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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04:56 min | 2 years ago

"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That there hasn't been maybe optimal. They weren't as well prepared as they could have been that said we've witnessed aid supplies being flown from here. Truckloads of aid is an army and floating on the jets and also Red Cross efforts to take medicine and medical staff and search and rescue teams, but it's all reaching three four nine even five days after the event there are still areas broken off because of the road conditions teams have struggled to get to the White House has dismissed as misleading claims by the New York Times. Donald Trump helped his family to avoid millions of dollars in tax in the nineteen nineties. The paper has alleged that the president used dubious tax schemes and fraud to hide much of the fortune given to him and his siblings by their parents, a lawyer from Trump described the allegations as false tax officials in the state of New York saying, I vigorously pursuing all avenues of investigation. Iran's foreign minister. Javad? Zarif says his country is willing to hold talks with the US, but has expressed concern about the reliability of President Trump has negotiating partner in a BBC interview. Mr. Zarif rejected the idea of a summit like the one held by Mr. Trump with North Korea's leader, Kim Jong UN he said that would only result in a photo opportunity in stark contrast to the comprehensive nuclear deal from which the US withdrew earlier this year. You know, what's happened in the United States? When President Trump came to office was not a revolution. It was simply a change of administration and the nuclear deal is not a personality. It's an international agreement. United Nation's highest court is due to rule shortly on Iran's appeal to suspend the sanctions put in place by President Trump after he pulled the US out of the nuclear deal with Tehran and Hologhan reports from the Hague ceramic Washington of strangling its economy, and forcing Iranian citizens to ensure economic suffering Washington argued that the I C J had nutritious diction to rule on the case as it concerns a matter of national security, Iran, Bruce, its lawsuit under a friendship treaty signed in nineteen fifty five before the Islamic revolution. Under the twenty fifteen deal to run agreed to limit its nuclear program and give access to international inspectors in return for an end to western sanctions reporting from the Hague. You're listening to the. Latest world news from the BBC. One of China's biggest film stars has been ordered to pay nearly one hundred and thirty million dollars in fines and unpaid taxes, three months off. She was last seen in public. The investigation into the financial affairs of the actress fan bin being has led to a wider probe into entertainment industry contracts in China. Robin Brandt reports fan Bing, Bing is China's best-known female acting star yet she disappeared from view in June after weeks of what was almost certainly secret detention. She's now being told to pay the equivalent of around one hundred thirty million dollars in back taxes and fines state media say she used her companies and misleading contracts to under report her film earnings. It's reported that the actress who's appeared in the X men move is won't be sent to prison. If she pays up police in France, say Anatolia's gangster who broke out of jail using a hijacked helicopter has been recaptured after three months on the run at one eight one of France's most wanted criminals was detained in the northern. Region of Cray with three other men. Police said weapons were seized fade was serving a twenty five year jail sentence for armed robbery when he was helped to escape in July five years ago. He staged a breakout using explosives for the first time in its history. The UK's most senior court will have a majority of female judges when it has a case in London today. It's the first time in six hundred years that the country's highest court has had a mainly female bench. Although the supreme court itself was set up less than a decade ago. Three of Britain's twelve supreme court. Judges are women. A tiny robot was due to have touched down on an asteroid three hundred million kilometers from earth within the past few hours, the mascot craft successfully separated from its mother ship before beginning to descend early on Wednesday morning, the robot which is part of a French and German collaboration is about the size of a shoebox and will move around the asteroid by hopping blessed it successfully landed two other small robots on where you go in September. That's the BBC news. Thanks for the latest news day with James and learn Indonesia in just a moment, then we hear allegations strenuously denied about Donald Trump's tax practices that a flying car from the Netherlands and floating cars on the stock market Aston. Martin's IPO. We begin with that story the difficult task facing.

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"mr zarif" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"mr zarif" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Have had to school of thought seen civilization nine hundred seventy nine in iran in regard to the us the first one always have been insisting you cannot trust the us and you should not negotiate with the us because the us would never stick to any commitment agreed in any therefore it's better never to negotiate with the us second school of thought has been saying that yes you cannot trust the us but we have too many difficulties to many dispute and some common interests issues in the region and beyond and it's better to start to have a direct negotiations and to see what that americans would comply with the commitments or not actually after over three decades the nuclear issue was the first issue ever iran the us have negotiated at very very high level and they agreed on a very comprehensive package called nuclear deal jcp way but it was not at the same time steve as you know it was not bilateral agreement although the us played a major role to reach this agreement it was international agreement europeans they invested since two thousand three on these negotiations and also it had the international atomic energy agency backup resolution moreover and more important it have you and resolve lucien backup all four years old about is true hussein moussavian but now of course given that the united states is the biggest player and barack obama of course was a key mover and getting the deal done now that the united states has walked away iran has to calculate whether there is life still in the deal and whether the economic gains that were part of that deal can still be made without the united states and that's why foreign minister gerard mr zarif gerard zarif has been in moscow now in european capitals talking to the uk germany and franz do you think iran has faith that.

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01:32 min | 3 years ago

"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the four all of that is true hussein musavian but now of course given that the united states is the biggest player and barack obama of course was a key mover and getting the deal done now that the united states has walked away iran has to calculate whether there is life still in the deal and whether the economic gains that were part of that deal can still be made without the united states and that's why foreign minister gerard mr zarif gerard zarif has been in moscow now in european capitals talking to the uk germany and franz do you think iran has faith that the europeans can continue to sticks the agreement and can give iran the benefits it needs from the deal in economic terms steve it is really a big moment on iran e you relations because as you know i have been dealing with european iran european relations since mid nineteen eighties and always there was a big question in iran whether europe is independent from us whether iran can have a separate independent good relations with european union or not iran has decided to stick with the deal with p fourplusone it means europe plus russia plus china rifi interrupted iran hasn't made the decision to stick with the deal without conditions the conditions laid out by.

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02:08 min | 3 years ago

"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"What it's used for but small firms say they're struggling to implement the new laws that's after the news bbc news i'm john shea the indonesian port city of sora has experienced its fourth suicide bombing just two days all involving families accompanied by young children in the latest attack police say a family riding motorbikes set off explosives at a checkpoint near the station several of the attackers died partial results from saturday's parliamentary elections in iraq suggest the alliance led by the prime minister hyder body is trailing behind to other political groups with most of the votes counted a political bloc led by the influential shiite cleric muqtada al sadr is in the lead the united states is moving its embassy to jerusalem later after president trump's decision to recognize the city as the capital of israel mr trump's daughter ivanka and her husband jared kushner will attend the inauguration ceremony the us decision that's being welcomed by israel but it breaks with decades of international consensus the iranian foreign minister javad zarif says russia has confirmed its readiness to respect the twentyfifty nuclear deal despite the us withdrawal from the international agreement mr zarif was speaking in moscow as part of a diplomatic offensive which includes beijing and brussels at least sixty people have died in fast dust storms in india officials said the northern state of utah per dash had borne the brunt of sunday's violent weather local reports say the high winds and lightning devastated many villages the world health organization says it hopes to be able to deploy an experimental ebola vaccine in the next few days to deal with an outbreak in the democratic republic of congo thirtyfive suspected cases have been reported at an australian man has beaten the odds by winning the national lottery twice in one week it was celebrating a win of more than three quarters of a million us donnas when his numbers came up again and he pocketed another one point one million and that's the latest bbc world news.

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02:44 min | 3 years ago

"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sky darkens as huge dust clouds obscure the sun then comes the wind and in its wake heavy rains and thunderstorms the indian meteorological department issued a warning before the storms hit but with such widespread damage it is hard to prevent injury and death lightning strikes reportedly killed some of the victims justin rowlatt reporting this is the latest world news from the bbc the iranian foreign minister javad zarif is in moscow as part of efforts to keep the twentyfifty nuclear deal alive following president trump's decision to abandon it mr zarif began his diplomatic offensive in beijing over the weekend and we'll go to brussels on tuesday the head of britain's domestic intelligence service am i five is warning that the islamic state group aspires to carry out devastating and more complex attacks in europe after its loss of territory in the middle east andrew parker is expected to tell security chiefs in berlin today that's britain and the european union must maintain a close security partnership after brexit here's gordon carreira giving the first public speech outside the uk by serving i five head andrew parker will tell an audience in berlin that the shared strength of european intelligence partnerships has never been more crucial to combat what he calls the intense and unrelenting international terrorist threat in his first public comment since the soulsby poisoning mr parker will also accuse the kremlin of flagrant breaches of international rules and warned that the russian government is pursuing an agenda through aggressive and pernicious actions by its military and intelligence services the mexican government has condemned the high level of violence which has plagued campaigning for presidential and general elections due in july three local meryl counted have been murdered over the past week increasing the tally of candidate deaths to more than ninety s since september the world health organization says it hopes to be able to deploy an experimental ebola vaccine as early as this week to deal with an outbreak and the democratic republic of congo four thousand doses will be sent to the remote northwestern region of ecuador the director general of the who has visited the region where thirty five suspected cases have been reported so far more than half of them fatal and that's the latest bbc world news thanks for that hello welcome news day with lawrence and shaima on the way the latest from indonesia second day of suicide attacks background also we ask why is donald trump tweeting his support for chinese workers in the.

"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:07 min | 3 years ago

"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Iranian counterpart job outside where watched with disbelief by many in iran upon his return to tehran mr zarif was welcomed at the airport as a hero and messenger of hope my father i start asking me to send toothpaste he said he could find it in iran for the same price as in london for a while life seemed to be back to normal but hopes were quickly crushed after the shock election of donald trump doubts about the future of the deal grew iran's economy which had barely recovered from the sanctions was hit by a fresh wave of uncertainty even before trump's decision to withdraw from the agreement the iranian riyal had lost half of its value on tuesday the familiar chance of death to america could once again behead from hardline mp's in parliament and activists in tehran's also these square taking us back to square one when i phoned my father the next morning he jokingly said it looks like we're going to need you to send toothpaste again rana racking poll next to israel but not for everyone a group of eighteen thousand ethiopian jews has appealed to the israeli president to help them emigrate israel many wants to be reunited with family members who are already there tens of thousands of ethiopian jews went in the nineteen eight thousand nine hundred ninety s airlifted from the dangers of starvation and war the mass migration and the dramatic military operations to carry them out where pointed demonstration of israel's commitment to being a safe haven for jews from anywhere in the world but does that commitment still hold simon mavens met one young man who's trying to find an answer cintel you shift role as young gifted and black and jewish but how jewish the question is important because it determines whether he's entitled to immigrate to israel from ethiopia where he spent his eighteen years of life so far i i come across an israeli.

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02:37 min | 3 years ago

"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The executive director of the world food program has called e international community to support its humanitarian efforts in north korea saying sanctions having an effect on its work speaking after trip that saw unprecedented access to north korea david beasley said he sends to new optimism among the country's leadership in the runup to talks with the us denuclearization but he called on the world not to lose its focus on the pressing humanitarian needs in north korea there is an exception for humanitarian support and access regardless of sanctions and we have that humanitarian exception whether it's united states or the united nations but the sanctions are having an impact as to where sanctions should go to this nation i'm gonna leave that up to the political leaders in which they regardless of the politics don't let innocent children suffer david beasley voting is taking place in iraq's first parliamentary elections since the country declared victory over the islamic state group our correspondent in baghdad is martin patience prime minister alabama's eighty one praise for the fight against the islamist extremists and security has vastly improved across the country the many iraqis are deeply disillusioned by widespread government corruption and are weak economy the vote also comes just days after us president donald trump pulled out of their ran nuclear deal some iraqis fear that the country could once again become a casualty in any struggle between america in iran martin patience reporting the iranian foreign minister javad zarif is embarking on a diplomatic tour to try to rescue the international nuclear deal from which the us administration withdrew earlier this week mr zarif were i traveled to beijing followed by talks in russia on monday and in brussels on tuesday with his european counterparts we'll news from the bbc the government in quarter allah has asked sweden and venezuela to name new ambassadors in the country ultra accusing the current envoys of meddling in quarter mama's affairs the foreign minister sandra who've arrow said the swedish diplomatic core guatemala corrupt country while the venezuelan envoy was accused of having links to an organization opposed to guatemala as president the people of east team or going to the polls for the second time in less than a year after a tense and acrimonious campaign elections last july resulted in a narrow victory for the fritter lean party over the national congress for team construction that by the.

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BBC World Service

02:37 min | 3 years ago

Iraqi polls open in first elections since victory over IS

"The executive director of the world food program has called e international community to support its humanitarian efforts in north korea saying sanctions having an effect on its work speaking after trip that saw unprecedented access to north korea david beasley said he sends to new optimism among the country's leadership in the runup to talks with the us denuclearization but he called on the world not to lose its focus on the pressing humanitarian needs in north korea there is an exception for humanitarian support and access regardless of sanctions and we have that humanitarian exception whether it's united states or the united nations but the sanctions are having an impact as to where sanctions should go to this nation i'm gonna leave that up to the political leaders in which they regardless of the politics don't let innocent children suffer david beasley voting is taking place in iraq's first parliamentary elections since the country declared victory over the islamic state group our correspondent in baghdad is martin patience prime minister alabama's eighty one praise for the fight against the islamist extremists and security has vastly improved across the country the many iraqis are deeply disillusioned by widespread government corruption and are weak economy the vote also comes just days after us president donald trump pulled out of their ran nuclear deal some iraqis fear that the country could once again become a casualty in any struggle between america in iran martin patience reporting the iranian foreign minister javad zarif is embarking on a diplomatic tour to try to rescue the international nuclear deal from which the us administration withdrew earlier this week mr zarif were i traveled to beijing followed by talks in russia on monday and in brussels on tuesday with his european counterparts we'll news from the bbc the government in quarter allah has asked sweden and venezuela to name new ambassadors in the country ultra accusing the current envoys of meddling in quarter mama's affairs the foreign minister sandra who've arrow said the swedish diplomatic core guatemala corrupt country while the venezuelan envoy was accused of having links to an organization opposed to guatemala as president the people of east team or going to the polls for the second time in less than a year after a tense and acrimonious campaign elections last july resulted in a narrow victory for the fritter lean party over the national congress for team construction that by the.

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02:22 min | 3 years ago

"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The food web beatty cody appear highly sensitive to the changing ocean chemistry expect did this century the report projects that the number of cadre into the charity will shrink to just a quarter of the current level or maybe even less a threeday summit will open in senegal later on monday that eliminating the practice of child maharidge in west and central africa democracy is in the capital dhaka china marriage remains common practice in west and central africa with figures as high as seventy six percent of girls under eighteen married or fourcd mary de nesia as young brides usually draw pants of school gals access to education he still conceded the best way to combat the practice poorer parents mary their daughters early to reduce their financial burden why some religious practitioners value marriage at a young age iran's foreign minister dzhavadav zarif has rebuffed his american counterpart rex tillerson who asserted iranianbacked militia's fighting the islamic state grouping iraq should now disband or go home because the battle was almost over mr zarif said august wouldbe ruling in baghdad and damascus rorick not for the sacrifices made by iranian and iraqi cheetah's bbc news reports from nigeria's say suicide bombers have killed more than a dozen people in two separate attacks near the northeastern city of my duggary milne group has said it carried out the attack but the city is a frequent target for the jihadist group boko haram the united nations is holding a special conference in geneva on monday to raise money to alleviate the plight of more than half a million ranger muslims who have fled near marta bangladesh the un says it has become a massive humanitarian emergency it says more than four hundred million dollars is needed to provide clean water shelter and food until the end of february the new charge for the most polluting petrol and diesel cars comes into force today in central london the talks this city or t charge costs ten pounds or just over thirteen dollars a day this is in addition to a daily congestion charge levied in the british capital's hymns 2003 air quality in law london regularly breaks european pollution limits.

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"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

WNYC 820AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

"Matter how hard you try you can't stop it gravity has taken control andrew falling i fill 25 stories seventy five miles an hour and it was the most physical pain i ever or have ever experienced at four seconds those four seconds has it would have i just had ordered dugout please save me to incredible stories of folding in dealing with the aftermath of the impact that's coming up on outlook weekend after the news bbc news with race recreate the us secretary of state rex tillerson is in beijing for talks with president xi jinping and other senior politicians rising tensions between north korea and the us are expected to be top of the agenda the trump administration believes china is crucial to efforts to force plan jiang to stop developing nuclear weapons the iranian foreign minister mohammad javad zarif has said he assumes the united states will abandon the international deal restricting tehran's nuclear activities next month the us congress will begin the process of reimposing sanctions on iran if president trump says tehran has failed to stick to the terms of the deal that mr zarif says the european union could keep the agreement to life hundreds of activists in a spanish region of catalonia are occupying schools designated as polling stations for sunday's controversial referendum on independence they wanted to make sure the buildings can be used for voting something to central government wants to prevent the governor of the indonesian island of bali has urged people who live outside the immediate danger zone of the rumbling mountaga mvahl qena to attend hain he said the number of evacuees has become too high the cambodian opposition say approximately half of lawmakers have left the country out of fear they'll be arrested following threats from cambodia's longtime leader and send the opposition party's leader was charged with treason earlier this month police in southern germany have detained demand for questioning in connection with a plot to extort millions of dollars from supermarkets by concealing poisoned food products on that shelves the man was detained late on friday after tipoffs from the public the veteran bollywood indian television and seatte acces tom ota has died of cancer aged sixty seven he was a thirdgeneration american in india who often portrayed the role of british colonial oppressor bbc niece.

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"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Life than knowing reports washington may next month start the process of reimposing sanctions on iran if president trump tells congress tehran isn't sticking to the nuclear deal us officials acknowledge iran is technically in compliance but mr trump says iran is malign and working against the spirit of the agreement by december david in the middle east for mr zarif donald trump is the unreliable partner who will break america's promises he says europe will recognize iran's positive role in regional security should sanctions return he says the eu would offer legal protection to european investors in iran president trump has accepted the resignation of his health secretary tom price who had come under pressure after it emerged he had been using expensive private jets while travelling on government business mr trump had said he was disappointed at mr price activists in the spanish region of catalonia are occupying schools designated as polling stations for sunday's contra virtual referendum on independence on friday thousands of catalan separate states held a final rally in barcelona tom burridge reports last night peres slept in schools risking arrest to make sure polling stations and not closed down catalan police have reportedly been ordered to start clearing people out early on sunday morning the regional police will have a tricky balancing act if the situation is to remain calm catalonia's government says more than six thousand ballot boxes kept in secret a ready for use but the spanish states has been working to disrupt the referendum world news from the bbc the guy governor of the indonesian island of bali has urged people who live outside the immediate danger saying if the mount tackle volcano to return home help griffeth is in bali it's more than a week since bali was put on high alert after hundreds of earthquakes recorded around the base of mount agum time around seventy thousand people have been moved from the exclusion zone around the volcano but another 70000 have also left their homes in the surrounding hills according to the island's governor monday among gluco plastic those additional evacuees risk becoming a burden on should go home golden to latest data the volcano remains in a state of heightened unrest with plumes the vapor horizon from the crater police in southern germany have detained a man for questioning in connection with a plot to.

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"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

WNYC 820AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

"The us secretary of state rex tillerson is in beijing for talks with chinese leaders rising tensions between north korea and the us expected to be top of the agenda the trump administration believes china is crucial to efforts to force pyonyang to stop develop nuclear weapons here's on asia pacific editor cdr hatton eager to push china to impose more economic sanctions on north korea the trump administration repeatedly threatened to impose sanctions of its own on chinese companies that had ties to north korea in august the us treasury named several chinese companies that would be locked out of the us financial system for doing business with pyongyang that seems to a push china into action it's told north korean and chinese north korean joint ventures in china to close now china will probably do some pushing of its own nudging rex tillerson and the trump administration to words negotiations with north korea the iranian foreign minister mohammad javad zarif has said he assumes the united states will abandon the 2015 nuclear deal under which tehran promised to stop enriching uranium in return for the lifting of sanctions mr zarifeh's expressed the hope that europe would keep the agreement to life then knowing supports washington may next month start the process of reimposing sanctions on iran if president trump tells congress tehran isn't sticking to the nuclear deal us officials acknowledge iran is technically in compliance but mr trump says iran is malign and working against the spirit of the green meant by destabilizing them at least for mr zarif donald trump is the unreliable partner who will break america's promises he says europe will recognize iran's positive role in regional security should sanctions return he says the eu would offer legal protection to european investors in iran president trump has accepted the resignation of his health secretary tom price who had come under pressure after it emerged he had been using expensive private jets while travelling on government business mr trump had said he was disappointed at mr price activist in the spanish region of catalonia are occupying schools designated as polling stations for sunday's controversial referendum on independence on friday thousands.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Seven days this was the week when iraqi kurds voted for independence we are came all its july the other is that we have all these these button we have to be grand despite fury in baghdad and elsewhere now you go to gorgone airspace and ground options is rule on the table all options are on the table right now and being discussed the week when angola mirko lost independence in government when saudi women once some independent scouting held of the car keys i attend on the tv decided to channel and they was and i couldn't believe it i started laughing and jumping in screaming inhouse so excited great victory i'm were look at the curse or is this a blessing of bali's angry volcano all that after this i'm raise mcrae quit the bbc news hello the iranian foreign minister mohammad javad zarif has said he assumes the united states will abandon the 2015 nuclear deal under which tehran promised to stop enriching uranium in return for lifting of sanctions in an interview with british newspapers missed his arif for expressed hope that europe which keep the agreement life ben living's reports washington may next month start the process of reimposing sanctions on iran if president trump tells congress tehran isn't sticking to the nuclear deal us officials acknowledge iran is technically in compliance but mr trump says iran is malign and working against the spirit of the agreement by destabilizing them at least for mr zarif donald trump is the unreliable partner who will break america's promises he says europe will recognize iran's positive role in regional security should sanctions return he says the eu would offer lee go protection to european investors in iran the us secretary of state rex tillerson is in beijing for talks with chinese leaders rising tensions between north korea and the us are expected to be top of the agenda mr tillerson is due to speak later with president xi jinping president trump has to the resignation of his health secretary tom price who has come under pressure after it emerged he had been using expensive private jet swallowing government business nor a baker is in washington donald trump swept to power with a promise to drain the swamp and to end politics as usual in washington now it turns out that his health secretary tom price used hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars.

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02:31 min | 3 years ago

"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bbc world service it's seven hours gmt this weekend with on on and i will take you to spain a day before the catalan independence vote some parents of planning to spend the weekend in schools to safeguard polling booths runoff most of the weekend inside the school people fear who were lured other through the keaton some of ours include fear the us pulls out nonessential staff from its embassy in cuba over sonic attacks through bergeres issue with respect to of armed certain individuals have suffered we've a of people home is under review will get a key cuban perspective on the story and my two guest this morning unesco as a political scientists in london and danny see scan the roger he's the secretary general of civic is a civil society organisation that's all coming up on weekend after the news hello i'm race my creek with the bbc news the iranian foreign minister mohammad javad zarif has said he assumes the united states will abandon the 2015 nuclear deal under which tehran promised to stop enriching uranium in return for the lifting of international sanctions in an interview with british newspapers mr zarif expressed hopes that europe would keep the agreement to life ben learnings reports washington may next month start the process of reimposing sanctions on iran if president trump tells congress tehran isn't sticking to the nuclear deal us officials acknowledge iran is technically in complying hence but mr trump says iran is maligned and working against the spirit of the agreement by destabilizing them at least for mr zarif donald trump is the unreliable partner who will break america's promises he says europe will recognize iran's positive role in regional security should sanctions return he says the eib you would offer legal protection to european investors in iran the us secretary of state rex tillerson is in beijing for talks with chinese leaders rising tensions between north korea and the us are expected to be top of the agenda the trump administration believes china is crucial to efforts to force pyongyang to stop developing nuclear weapons the governor of the indonesian island of bali has urged people who live outside the immediate danger zone of the mountain volcano to return hain the governor said only the seventy thousand people who live within the nine kilometre radius danger zone should stay.

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"mr zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Still to come on the forum the tangos started as a radical new dance a musical genre with roots in south american urban ghettos before becoming an established artful but it was also caught up in political and social upheaval we join me on my guess three tango aficionados to explore tangos golden age it's downfull an unexpected revival all after canoe saw bbc knees with deputy press timour more republican us senators have said they will oppose their parties planned replacement for president obama's health care system making it impossible for the bell to pass in its current form mike lee and jerry maran said hey the new legislation does not go far enough in repealing obamacare replacing it was one of president trump's key election promises that just as in california have voted to extend the us states pioneering law to cut carbon emissions the cap and trade program requires businesses to taint opec which permits to release pollutants mr trump has said venezuela will face strong economic action if it goes ahead with plans to let an assembly to rewrite the constitution mr trump described present nichols maduro as a bat leader he dreamed of becoming a dictator on sunday millions of venezuelans rejected the proposed assembly in an unofficial shall referendum iran's foreign minister mohammad javad zarif has said he hopes the conflict in yemen will not lead to direct confrontation between iran and saudi arabia mr zarif said that while the two countries did not agree either yemen and syria they could work together to bring this conflict to an end according turkey has ruled that sixyear human rights activists detained earlier this month should remain in custody pending trial on terror related charges the six amnesty international activists who montana vested in a raid near istanbul on suspicion of being members of an armed terrorist organization amnesty has dismissed the allegation as absurd the african football authorities will begin in a two day meeting in morocco today to discuss the future of the game on the continent and on the issues they'll consider is the timing of the africa cup of nations which is played every two years and currently clashes with the european football season this presents a problem for many of africa's star players who also represent european club sites unless the latest phoebe sienese.

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