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"mr. anwar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

09:30 min | Last week

"mr. anwar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Org's flash Seek campaign You're on night side with Dan Ray on WBZ Boston's news radio. Okay, so We're talking crime and punishment here and this one I think will blow your mind if you have seen the video. Let's say we go back to last Tuesday night, which would have been the march 25th sort of in a week ago tonight and gentlemen. His name is Mohamed Anwar. He's a Pakistani who came to this country in 2014. He's 66 years old lives lived in Springfield, Virginia, and he was driving for uber eats for those of you Don't know. And I've never availed myself of uber eats, but obviously uber is the car service. That you can call and thank you from point A to Point B and they also you could order food and uber eats will pick it up for you delivered to your door and during the pandemic, which you would call a frontline worker. So On Tuesday night, and it looks to me like it's some time around. I don't know. By the clock, maybe 5 30. Would be wrong. I'm just telling from the from the light in the reason I could tell the light is that this whole scene was videotaped by a witness. So these two teenage girls 13 and 15. Just let that sink in for a minute. 13 and 15. They decide they're gonna carjack the guy's car going to take his car. So somehow, he apparently has made a delivery comes back to his car and sees these two girls sitting inside his car. And he immediately attempts to get them out of the car. Now he's 66 that 13 and 15 so There's really no altercation per se, because Mr Anwar doesn't have The ability, the physical strength to I think, just pull one or both of them out of the front seat of his car was in the driver's seat one into the passenger seat. At this point, the person who's videotaping this scene starts the videotape and what you're gonna hear on the video. And, of course, the the odd the video tape exists. You can find it very easily anywhere on the Internet. Just put in D C Carjacking murder. We're gonna be able to play the audio so Mr Anwar. Pakistani here in this country since 2014. They're saying to him, you'll hear it on the tape. Hey, this is my car. This is my car. Uh, one of the girls tase is him. Now. What does she knew how to use the taste or not? When you hear one of them, say taze him taze him. Then he's trying to get in to the front seat to get control of his vehicle, which is parked immediately. One of the girls just the driver, obviously force it. Just racing down the street going from zero to probably 35 or 40 in a couple of seconds. The car careens off a couple of other cars on the street. He's hanging on to the front door initially looks like he's trying to run with the car. He holds on And you'll hear this crash horrific crash. The individual who's videotaping is running down the street. It's not that far. It's probably I don't know. 60 yards 70 yards may be tough to tell the car crashes turns on its side. When you get there, you see that Mr Anwar's body is up against Ah, building. Contorted in a way he's dead. There's no question about it In a matter of about 30 seconds, he goes from alive to dead. Bang. The two girls are climbing out of the car. That they have flipped over. And one of them once they both get out, wants to go back in the car to retrieve her cell phone. Now there was some looks like military personnel. There was near the Navy yard in Washington, D. C and there's some people in again camouflage fatigues. And the camera guys saying these bees they stole his car. They stole his car. They've been arrested. They have been charged with felony murder. Wanted now play the audio. I've tried to paint the scene as best I could if you've seen this video You know that no description of it. Can do it. Justice Rob Play cut 75 that what's going on? Hold on. That music. Oh, my God. She's still in your hair. Yeah, he called the cops pull, okay? You heard you hear the car crash on and the The witness who's been videotaping this on a cell phone eyes able to run down the street and he tells the police these girls stole this car. 13 and 15 years of age. No human empathy by the way, Carjackings in the District of Columbia this year. Have increased 350%. In New Orleans Carjackings have increased this year, 126%. In Minneapolis. Carjackings have increased 537%. Carjackings. Uh which, by the way, that is the crime. That Gary Sampson committed here several years ago in New England, and he killed Three people associated with those cars. Jackie's that is a federal crime. It's a federal crime by virtue of taking place in the District of Columbia, but it is a federal crime wherever it takes place in the United States of America. These girls will Never faced the death penalty as they should. These girls will probably not do any time substantial time in prison. And there will be no uproar about this being a hate crime. But I suspect that they probably looked at this guy saw him. They weren't hijacked Carjacking the car off a 28 year old American. Or a 35 year old American. They were hijacking the car of a 66 year old. Pakistani It's unbelievable when you see this. The younger girl is from the Southeast section of D. C, the older from Fort Washington, Maryland, police said. Um Anwar immigrated immigrated. I should say this is from CNN by the way from Pakistan in 2014, his family said on a gold fund Me page. He was a beloved husband, Father, grandfather, uncle and friend who always provided a smile. When you needed one, he leaves behind a family near and far who cherish love and miss him dearly. Now. Here's the line from CNN, which has upset me. This is from their article on Saturday, March 27th the CNN article, Okay, written by Jay Croft. Whoever Jay Croft is I'm have a tough time reading this, But here we go. The girls 13 and 15 assaulted onward with a Taser while Carjacking him. Which led to an accident in which he was fatally injured, police said. An accident he's abused, suggesting the police see it as an accident, or he characterizes it as it accident. It was a crime. Which led to the crime. In which he was fatally injured. Here's the number 617254 10 30 triple 8929 10 30. 617931 10 30. That's the ladies line. I'd love to hear your thoughts on this. Um what should the punishment for these young monsters be? Uh, again. If we had capital punishment for juveniles, it would be wonderful, but we don't What should the punishment be? And what can we do in this country? Which seems to me in many cities now? Is basically succumbing and B and becoming literally the law of the streets. Carjackings in D C up 350%. Ah! Let's just I just gotta open up the phone lines. I gotta breathe. I hope you breathe it. I hope you die, Elin. Let's have at it. It's night side with Dan Ray. Hey, 10. Don't be easy. 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"mr. anwar" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:15 min | Last week

"mr. anwar" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"6 37 talk radio 6 80 Wcbm Sean. There's amazing piece of audio is a stunning piece of video of that. Either this half our next half hour. Just want people to hear this. This is on exchange between Senator Ted Cruz on a Biden staffer who had been hired basically to prevent Anybody actually see what the hell is going on on the border? It is a first. Please stay for this because what happens is it is amazing what this administration is doing. But after all, Joe's a nice fella. So I guess they can get away with this kind of stuff. If if any other president had find this crap, there will be hell to pay Sure again. You're right. It's It's amazing. It's stunning, but it's expected from this regime. We have a couple of up at the top of the hour. If you've not seen the video you really should of what happened in D C. Over the weekend between there was a A Muslim man is a mover, each driver His name is 66 years old eyes Mohamed Anwar. And two black teenage girls. 13 and 15 years of age attempted to carjack his his vehicle. They tased him mad, a Taser? And then he attempted to steal his car. Unfortunately, Mr Anwar was hanging on to the driver's door. The door was still open when the girls put the car in gear and took off down the street. As they rounded the corner. The car rolled on. I don't know exactly how it happened of Mr Anwar was killed. On it. All of it was caught on tape My cell phone from a D C resident and you can hear and you have to watch it. It's it's disturbing. It's graphic. It's horrifying, but even more disturbing than the actual crime itself. Which is again they both have been charged with felony murder. 13 and 15, and it's It's an ongoing problem. It's a coming of age story for us. Just not in DC It's in Baltimore is well. Carjacking is a violent crime, and I'm wondering if out over the next thing we're almost he decides. Not to prosecute. Well, here is a dead man's body lying on the sidewalk in D. C. I am the one of the perpetrators nonchalantly walks right by his body worried about her cell phone, which was still in the car that was rolled over on its side. Not a single care about human life or what she just did, which took the life of somebody, but she was worried about that damn cell phone. Even complicating that matter is far left Wing D. C. Mayor Mariel Bowser victim blaming Right after the death and of a brutal murder by these teenage girls. She tweeted out quote. Auto theft is a crime of opportunity. Follow these steps to reduce the risk of your vehicle becoming a target. Blaming the victim. For the Carjacking, and she is now updated her Twitter account and has deleted that tweet that has prompted outrage among D C residents and the CNN, referring to the two black teen girls caught on camera murdering this uber each driver, quote and accident. It was a accident. So nonviolent crime, Shawn. Yeah, that's a non violent. You know, One of them had realist cause he had resisted. You know if he had resisted, that's going with you, right? This is the This is the Maryland mostly next step now simply don't resist when somebody is doing you physical harm. There will no longer be a crime that we will bother prosecuting. Now add that to what's been going on in Los Angeles. We told you about George Gascogne. Young is horrifying as a state's attorney there. We had Maryland mostly on the East Coast. We have others in between. New York City has just Past qualified, ending qualified immunity for police officers, the first city in the entire country to do so. The decades old protection that preventing officers from being sued or reliable from his conduct. New York Now the first In the country to end qualified immunity. This measure Paris is part of a package of police reform bills. It is on its way to passing here in Maryland as well. That does not have a good hand, folks. I mean in New York City was going to happen is a lot of cops. Will now decide they'll work somewhere else or in a different field. Other first responders will follow not just in New York City, but here I am elsewhere. Those say, why should I put my entire Life at risk, not just my life of my financial life, my family my home at risk because somebody decides to target me unjustly, because believe me, the costs involved in defending yourself. Against this kind of attack are substantial. And it's not exactly like we pay police officers and firefighters and e M. T s. You know, seven figure salaries. This is not happening. No. And the thing is that this is the after last summer's defund the police debacle for the Democratic Party. They've figured out what we can't come right out and say. Let's pull their funding. Let's take their money. There are other ways of more than one way to skin a cat and one another way to emasculated police is to make sure that they don't want to work as police officers anymore, And that's exactly what this does. It ends there their protections. They're going out every day, and we've played some of the incredible things police officers have done to save lives in our good news segment on a semi regular basis. Look, there's some bad apples on her in any sure session, But this is going to, I think, put cities at risk. But people who live in cities at risk on Gwen out, saying the city crime spill out into the counties as well. 6 43 right now. Traffic and weather on the threes. Check Whitaker. Good morning. Good morning Brought to you as a service to Chris Weymouth and the Weymouth Group of Keller Williams. Center Keepers. Traffic looks good. Just made a quick check at both the tunnels all is well, 8 95. Both lanes are open. South bound 95 looks good. Most of that traffic is south.

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"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"These kinds of incidents are multiplying, and it's absolutely central to make sure that is national unity say clearly that this is not something that can have Turkey. Sources have said they have audio and video evidence. Mr. kashogi was murdered inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Saudi Arabia has strongly denied it was involved calling. The allegations lies. The US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has called on Ankara to quickly free. Other Americans in prison in Turkey to the release on Friday of the evangelical pastor Andrew Brunson. Mr. Brunson is expected in Washington later on Saturday where he'll be met by President Trump among other Americans. Detained in Turkey is the NASA scientists say Congo, a dual US Turkish national and two Turkish employee of the US diplomatic missions. The International Monetary Fund says its members had promised to refrain from competitive currency devaluations as trade disputes continued to threaten global growth at a meeting on the Indonesian island of Bali, the IMF said they would discuss ways of improving the World Trade Organization so that they could better handle trade disputes. The pledge comes amid a weakening at the Chinese Yuan to the lowest level in decades, and Dave trade tensions between China and the US. Voting is drawing to a close in a key by-election in Malaysia the disease to see the return of a former deputy, prime minister and opposition leader to an active role in Malaysian politics. The poll is being seen as the first test for a more Abraham as Roger Walker reports. Anwar Ibrahim is expected to win the by election in Port Dickson, but analysts say he needs to win convincingly to maintain his momentum and fulfil his ambition of becoming Malaysia Prime minister in may is to Anwar joined forces with his former bitter political rival Mahattaya Muhammad to win a shop general election victory over the baddest Shan national coalition which had govern the Lazio for more than sixty years. The two made a pact with the ninety three year old doctor Mahattaya promising to hand over the premiership to Mr. Anwar in two years at least eighteen people have been killed by flooding and landslides in Indonesia's Nelson mantra province rescue officials said. Twenty four small villages in the region were affected by heavy rain. Local media reports said that an Islamic boys' boarding school is buried by landslide. And ten more people are missing at the site news from the BBC. Australia's prime minister says he will change the law to bar independent religious schools from expanding students based on their sexuality. Scott Morrison said in a statement, the attorney general were draft legal amendments within the next two weeks earlier this week, Mr. Morrison appeared to defend league's government proposal would have guaranteed the right of religious schools in Australia to turn away gay students and teachers. Officials in the poll say eight climbers five South Koreans and three Napoleon guides have died after a storm hit their camp on the Himalayan peak in the west of the country. Another is missing Amboro sanity Rajin has more details. The South Korean Nepali climbing team were camped at the foot of mount Guja waiting for a window of good weather. So they could attempt to reach the summit and Napoli. Police spokesman told the BBC violence Tom hit the region completely destroying the camp is said the bodies of the climbers were spotted among the wreckage of the camp by your rescue team a helicopter managed to reach the site. But was unable to land near the camp due to severe weather conditions. The year is about two hundred kilometers northwest of the capitol. Cotton officials are hoping to send another recovery team on Sunday. When the weather improves police in the US city of Detroit have opened an investigation after the badly. Decomposed bodies of eleven infants were found in. Full ceiling at a former funeral home. A search of the building was ordered after police received an anonymous tip off giving them the exact whereabouts of the bodies police say they will be contacting the parents of the babies they have the names for. Search and rescue teams in the US state of Florida have begun work in Mexico beach. The town hardest hit by hurricane Michael. Hundreds of people are unaccounted for a total of sixteen people have been confirmed dead across the southeast of the United States. As a result of the storm. BBC news. Muslim nose day. It happened at around six thirty in the evening, Louis, Mika Ramirez is a Colombian coffee farmer. Just like his father before him yet, unless they see at around six forty five my mother received a call me, and they said that my dad had been accident that he was at the toll booth and there's been an accident. And that's where we went. And the neighbor took us in his car to see what happened. And very subtly when we got out of the car. So my dad lying there in the cover of the truck..

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"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

15:36 min | 2 years ago

"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello. I'm Caroline Wyatt. And welcome to the world this week the program that tells you how the world has changed in the past seven days. This was the week when the earth heard a final call to save the planet from catastrophic climate change. These dramatic changes that need the deployment of new technologies new approaches and also changes in behavior. But is anyone listening when another Russian spy was unmasked. We'll debate spies lies and global influence the week a Saudi journalist disappeared presumed murdered in Turkey. I don't like it too. Terrible. Terrible precedent. We can't let it happen. And frankly, we're working with Saudi Arabia. We want to find out what happened. He went in. And it doesn't look like he came out what happens next, and we'll take a closer look at the man from Brazil nicknamed the tropical Trump and the metoo movement in India is the tide turning for women there. Olot after this. Hello. I'm Jerry Smith with the BBC news. The United Nations secretary General Antonio terrace has told the BBC the truth must be established about the disappearance of a dissident. Saudi journalist is his country's consulate in the Turkish city. This damn bowl Turkey sources say they have documentary evidence that the Saudi security team murdered Jamal Khashoggi. A delegation from Saudi Arabia is in Turkey to take part in a joint investigation into the alleged murderer. Mark Lowen is in the Turkish government officially is cooperating with the Saudis and being pretty cautious in order not to kind of completely blow up the diplomatic relationship between Ankara and Riyadh at the moment, which is an important relationship. But at the same time what they're doing is. It's leaking incriminating evidence through the media to tighten the screws on the Saudis to up the pressure to get western support for the Turkish case that this was a premeditated murder. And to build a case in which there is basically an incontrovertible evidence. The US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has called on Ankara to free. Other Americans in prison in Turkey quickly. After the release on Friday of the evangelical pastor, Andrew Brunson among other Americans detained in Turkey is the NASA scientists say Congo a jewel US Turkish national and two Turkish employees of US diplomatic missions. Malaysia is former deputy prime minister and opposition leader Abraham is contesting a key by-election today. The vote is being seen as the first test for Mr. Anwar since his return to political life earlier this year. Here's Roger Walker. Anwar Ibrahim is expected to win the by election in Port Dickson, but analysts say he needs to win convincingly to maintain his momentum and fulfil his ambition of becoming Malaysia Prime minister in may is Anwar join forces with his former bitter political rival Mahathir Muhammad to win a shop general election victory over the battery Shan national coalition, which had government Lazio for more than sixty years. The two made a pact with the ninety three year old Dr Mahathir promising to hand over the premiership to Mr. Anwar in two years. Officials in the poll say eight climbers five South Koreans and three Nepali guides have died after a storm hit their camp on a Himalayan peak his emperor Senator rod. On the South Korean Nepali, climbing were camped at the foot of mount Guja waiting for a window of good weather. So they could attempt to reach the summit and naturally. Police spokesman told the BBC that Tom hit the region completely destroying the camp is that the bodies of the climbers were spotted among the wreckage of the camp by rescue team a helicopter managed to reach the site. But was unable to land near the camp due to severe weather. Conditions officials are hoping to send another recovery team on Sunday when they were the improves news from the BBC. The International Monetary Fund says its members had promised to refrain from competitive currency devaluations has trade disputes continue to threaten global growth at a meeting on the Indonesian island of Bali, the IMF said they would discuss ways of improving the World Trade Organization. So that it could better handle trade disputes. The pledge comes amid a weakening of the Chinese Yuan to his lowest level in a decade. Search and rescue teams in the state of Florida had begun work in Mexico beach. The town hardest hit by hurricane Michael. The storm devastated communities across the region. Hundreds of people are unaccounted for a total of sixteen people have been confirmed dead across the southeast of the United States. As a result of the storm broke long the head of the Federal Emergency Management agency. Famer said he expected more fatalities to be recorded. The Republican candidate for governor of Pennsylvania in next month's US. Elections called Wagner has taken down a video from social media in which he threatened his democratic opponent. Mr. Wagner was heavily criticized for remarks he made in the video in which he threatened to stone all over his opponent's face governor wolf, let me tell you between now and November six you better. Put a catcher's mask on your face because I'm gonna stop all over your face with golf spikes because I'm gonna win this for the state of Pennsylvania worth throw you out of office, Mr. Wagner is well behind the incumbent, Tom Wolfe in opinion. Polls ahead of the November election. Australia's prime minister says he will change the law Tobar, independent religious schools from expelling students based on their sexuality. Scott Morrison said the attorney general withdrawal of legal amendments within the next two weeks earlier this week, Mr. Morrison appeared to defend elite government process proposal. They would have guaranteed the right of religious schools to turn away gay students and teachers. BBC news. Hello. I'm Caroline Wyatt. And welcome back to the well this week prepare for rapid far-reaching, an unprecedented changes in all aspects of society, unless we are ways fast. That was warning from scientists this week on the risks of rising global temperatures. The report said that far from keeping the rise under one point five degrees celsius as planned the world was now completely off track heading instead towards a rise of three degrees. The report was the result of several years of research and a week of haggling between scientists and government officials that meeting and South Korea at the intergovernmental panel on climate change. The study says the going beyond arise at one point five degrees celsius will be dicing with the future of mankind. And that temperature could be exceeded and just twelve years time staying beloved or require urgent scale changes from governments and individuals. But is that realistic? My all star environment editor, David. Chapman. I think there's a curious multi universe working here. Because in career at lots of government sent delegations to scrutinize the report and really put the scientists through a tough challenge to justify their numbers and their conclusions. And so audit official level a lot of governments have endorsed this report. But that's very different from saying that they'll do anything about it. We certainly know that Donald Trump is in the process of withdrawing America from the Paris agreement which is the only international agreement to tackle climate change, the front runner in the presidential election in Brazil wants to do the same for Brazil. And Australian government is effectively got it all it's climate initiatives and action. So I think we've got a situation where lots of governments around the world assigned up to the rhetoric of doing things about this. Some of them are Britain is phasing out the burning of coal for. Example other countries have set very ambitious targets of their own. But perhaps some of the biggest players particularly America, the world's largest economy. They're just not gonna buy into this at a political level. So if this report has not yet focused mines in governments. What could there are some very interesting changes in technology and industry? So for example, fifteen ten years ago, if you look to renewable sources of power particularly soda and wind they were very expensive at prices for those in sources of energy of now tumbled. I mean, just in the last five years in some cases, they're comparable to the cost of burning coal. So you see a massive shift where suddenly in a lot of countries you're getting the construction of solar farms without any. Form of subsidy. And that changes the equation completely. I think you're getting major companies high tech companies, Google and Facebook and so forth and some industrial manufacturers consumer goods MAs and Unilever making their own investments in renewable which further driving down the cost boosting the market. And I think that can only continue any grounds dropped miss when you look at the really major developed fast developing countries, you look at China or you look India places where people are beginning to want to adopt, very western-style lives. Yes. The consumption of energy shoots up the more developed your economy people want if they're in a hot country fan and then an air conditioner on the move from a bite to a motorbike, and then a car, then if you get richer in your country of foreign holidays enticing, so aviation is expanding massively. So the trend is for us all to you. Use more energy on the other hand, there's been a revolution in energy efficiency. So if you walk into your kitchen at night and see all the little red dots on all the devices that are are operating. Actually, they're all using less power than earlier generations of those things. So that's one really important shift. I think is that people perhaps more sensitive to it. I mean, looking at a younger generation one of my children whose Twenty-three has decided to go vegetarian. I'm issue. Just as looked what meet involves in terms of greenhouse gases, not just the animals themselves. But also the growing of the feed for them, and you hear of more more people making that shift a conscious decision, and that is the kind of ground swell of change that may make it more possible down the track to meet the kind of targets at the scientists to talking about David Shaw, C'mon. The real identity of the second suspect in the Nova Chaka tack on the former Russian spy Sangay scruple was revealed this week thanks to his granny's sharing. The photo of him receiving a special award from President Putin himself, an investigative website Belling cat discovered. The real identity of the man who used the earliest Alexander Petrov. He was in fact, Alexander Michigan a military doctor employed by the military intelligence service, many marked the apparent lack of basic tradecraft. But this week could British security minister counseled against on the estimating the skills of the Kremlin's once-mighty espionage services, the British authorities accused the two men of attempting to murder, Mr. pal and his daughter Yulia with the nerve agent in the city of Salisbury in southwest England. The west has accused Russia's military intelligence of running a global hacking campaign that targeted institutions from sports anti-doping bodies to the chemical weapons watchdog I was joined. By our security correspondent, Gordon Carreira Moscow. Correspondent Sara Raynsford. I all star first how Moscow was responding to the latest revelations. I think we've had an increasing sense here that that pretty uncomfortable about these revelations when President Putin came out and talked about Sergei skip all the intended targets of this poisoning. He referred to him as a traitor under the scumbag, and he was really sort of spitting contempt as he spoke. And I think that was a very direct attempt to shift the focus onto him and away from all this speculation and information that was coming out about the key suspects in the poisoning, and we speak every day to Mr Putin spokesman at the beginning when we started asking about the identity of the I suspect he started trying to answer me. And he started trying to come up with some kind of response. But in the days that followed that he backtracked in essentially, the Kremlin's been stonewalling ever since and saying look we went to the press about this. All this information is coming through the press and three what he called pseudo media like. Elon cat. And so that's not someone that we're prepared to engage with and therefore we went comment any further. And Gordon does the west do you think need to be cautious about seeing these alleged attempted murderers as a source of math, and and house Russian intelligence got sloppier or other revelations this week partly down to much greater access to data. Sources. It's been tempting to make fun of certain aspects of this particularly the idea that these two men were were tourists who came to see the hundred and twenty three meter cathedral spire in Salisbury, as they said in their Artie interview that provoked a lot of amusement mirth and on the internet and elsewhere, but officials and others have been cautioning to say. Well, let's remember that someone died as a result of the chalk, boys. Ning an innocent woman. Dawn Sturgis who picked up that perfume bottle in which the Novacek was alleged to be contained and died as a result in terms of of why more has been coming out. I think there's two things one is. It's tempting. To say, well, this is amazing sloppiness. But actually, I think it's two things. One is the Russians are simply it looks. At least in the western perspective. More aggressive in terms of what they're willing to do. And if you're more aggressive, and you're doing more you're gonna get caught more often. I also do think they underestimated the extent of what you can do with data and with analytics, Nope and source information, but certainly there are elements in which you look at the trade craft as they call it about the Russian intelligence officers, and you don't quite understand why they did that. And particularly why they put those two people up on our RT when it was clear that that would aid people in trying to understand who they really were Sarah, Gordon, talks of a more aggressive stance. If you like and Russia's involvement in the scruple poisoning is the most recent and high profile case, but that does seem to have been under Mr Putin of Moscow, intervening abroad, sometimes militarily sometimes by hacking, but in ways that are often hostile to the cause of liberal democracy. Is there a strategy behind that? I think that's a big. Question. And I suppose you need to kind of separate out some of the supposed- acts of aggression. I think perhaps there are still big questions over what exactly happened with the script calls on what Russia may have been trying to achieve there. I know there's a lot of speculation about this being President Putin simply sending a signal that he hates traitors, and he'll get them wherever they are. But I think there are still big question marks over actually what the motivation might have been and whether or not there's something else behind it. But certainly in terms of other foreign policy goals in terms of Russian action in Syria and terms, of course, of what happened in Ukraine, this is really about Russia trying to rewrite the world picture, I guess to restore Russia's place on the world stage, and.

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"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"These kind of incidents are multiplying, and it's absolutely essential to make sure that international community say clearly that this is not something that can have Turkey sources say they have documentary evidence that the Saudi security team murdered Mr. kesha. Gee, this Saudi Interior Minister said allegations that his country was responsible lies. The US Treasury Secretary. Steve Mnuchin has said he's following developments on the investigation into the disappearance of Mr. kashogi that said. He's still planned to attend an investment conference in Saudi Arabia later this month, the head of the International Monetary Fund. Christine Lagarde said she would go to the meeting the World Bank. Chief Tim Kim has withdrawn a number of businesses and media firms say they will stay away. The US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has called an Ankara to free. Other Americans in prison in Turkey quickly. After the release of the evangelical pastor Andrew Brunson. The American government has said no deal was struck as crisp clear in Washington explains. Brunson appeared in court and was actually convicted of charges of spying, and effectively helping terrorist groups, but he was immediately release nonetheless there are questions specifically about why this happened at this stage uncertainty. The US has been putting on a novel or pressure over the past two years as he been detained and they've been trying to do all they can and a low President Trump has said that there was no deal. They're helping some reports in the US media suggesting that there was an attempt to have some kind of negotiation. Some kind of secret deal behind the scenes Malaysia is former deputy prime minister and opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim is contesting Akiba election today. The vote is being seen as the first test for Mr. an well since his return to political life earlier this year. Roger Walker reports. Anwar Ibrahim is expected to win the by election in port diction, but analysts say he needs to win convincingly to maintain his momentum and fulfil his. Ambition of becoming Malaysia Prime minister in may Mr. Anwar joined forces with his former bitter political rival Mahattaya Muhammad to win a shop general election victory over the batter. Shan, national coalition which had governed Malaysia for more than sixty years. The two made a pact with the ninety three year old doctor Mahattaya promising to hand over the premiership to Mr. Anwar in two years world news from the BBC search and rescue teams in the US state of Florida had begun work in Mexico beach. The town hardest hit by hurricane Michael. The storm devastated communities across the region. Hundreds of people are unaccounted for a total of sixteen people have been confirmed dead across the southeast of the United States. As a result of the storm. Officials in the poll said at least eight climbers are missing on the goodra him. Oh, peak ultra snowstorms. They're kind of police spokesman said five South Koreans and therefore Nepalese guides are presumed to have died. Ambro sanity Rajon has more details. The South Korean Nepali climbing team were camped at the foot of mount Guja waiting for a window of good weather. So they could attempt to reach the summit and Napoli. Police spokesman told the BBC violence Tom hit the region completely destroying the camp is that the bodies of the climbers were spotted among the wreckage of the camp by your rescue team a helicopter managed to reach the site. But was unable to land near the camp due to severe weather conditions. The year he is about two hundred kilometers northwest of the capitol cotton undo officials are hoping to send another recovery team on Sunday when the weather improves. The Republican candidate for governor of Pennsylvania in next month's elections. Scott Wagner has taken down a video from social media in which he threatened his democratic opponent. Mr. Wagner was heavily criticized for remarks he made in the video in which he threatened to stone Paul over his opponent's face with golf spikes, Mr. Wagner, later explained. He shouldn't have said what he said. Personal data about thousands of workers at the US defense department has reportedly being compromised after cyberattack. A Pentagon spokesman said an investigation had been almost into the hack. A US government report issued earlier this week said the Pentagon had been slow to protect major weapon systems from cyber attacks. BBC news. Six GMT this weekend from.

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"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is the BBC news with Kelly the United Nations secretary general has told the BBC that the truth must be established about the disappearance of a dissident Saudi journalist that his country's consulate in the Turkish city of his stumbled. Antonio could terrorists said incidents of this kind of becoming more common and the international community would not tolerate them. Come Ahmed reports. The UN secretary general's demand for the truth would increase diplomatic pressure on Saudi Arabia over the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi who was US resident on Washington Post writer, the journalists visited the Saudi consulate in eastern bull type of the second and has not been seen since sources close to the Turkish intelligence services claim that there is evidence basic soggy who has been critical of the Saudi regime was killed any involvement is strongly denied by Saudi which has sent a team to Istanbul to investigate the case together with the Turkish authorities. The US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin has had his following developments on the investigation into the disappearance of Jamaica Shoji, but said he's still plan to attend an investment conference in Saudi Arabia later this month, the head of the International Monetary Fund. Christine Lagarde said she would go to the meeting the World Bank. Chief Jim Kim has also withdrawn the US Secretary of state Mike Pompeo has called on Ankara to quickly free. Other Americans in prison in Turkey after the release of the evangelical pasta, Andrew Brunson. The American government has insisted no deal is struck. As Chris Buckley explains down. Drew Brunson appeared in court and was actually convicted of charges of spying on effectively helping terrorist groups, but he was immediately release nonetheless there are questions specifically about why this happened at this stage uncertainty. The US has been putting on a normal little pressure over the past two years as he is being detained and they've been. Trying to do all they can and a low President Trump has said that there was no deal. They're helping some reports in the US media suggesting that there was an attempt to have some kind of negotiation. Some kind of secret deal behind the scenes, the former Malaysian Deputy Prime minister and opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim is facing the first test of his return to political life. Mr. Anwar who was pardoned earlier this year after being jailed in two thousand fifteen is contesting parliamentary by-election today. Roger Walker reports. Anwar Ibrahim is expected to win the by-election import Dixon but analysts say he needs to win convincingly to maintain his momentum and fulfil his ambition of becoming Malaysia Prime minister in may Mr. Anwar join forces with his former bitter political rival Mahathir Muhammad to win a shop general election victory over the baddest Shan national coalition, which had governed Malaysia for more than sixty years. You're listening to the. World news from the BBC officials in Nepal said these eight climbers missing on the gurjin Himal peak after snowstorm start their camp. A police spokesman said five South Koreans and therefore Nepalese guides are presumed to have died. The Venezuelan government says it has released a political prisoner who had been held for four years mostly in the country's intelligence services building in Caracas. The statement said Laurenti Sala who was a student leader have been freed and was being flown to Spain for treatment the ficials said he'd been released because of concerns he might take his own life. Laurenti solace mother has not confirmed yet that he has left the prison the Republican candidate for governor of Pennsylvania next month's US elections, Scott Wagner has taken down a video from social media in which she threatened his democratic opponent. Mr. Wagner was heavily criticized for remarks he made in the video in which she threatened to stomp all over his opponent's face who governor wolf, let's. Me tell you between now and November six you better. Put a catcher's mask on your face because I'm gonna stop all over your face with golf spikes because I'm gonna win this for the state of Pennsylvania. We're throwing you out of office is well behind the incumbent, Tom Wolfe in opinion. Polls ahead of the November the sixth election personal data about thousands of workers at the defense department is reportedly being compromised after a cyber attack. A Pentagon spokesman said an investigation of being launched into the hack which was discovered on the fourth of October and search and rescue teams in the state of Florida have begun work in Mexico beach. The town hardest hit by hurricane Michael the storm devastated communities across the region. Hundreds of paper on the counted. For a total of sixteen people being confirmed dead across the southeast of the US. As a result of the storm, a number of f twenty two stealth fighter deserve to have been damaged after being left behind at a Florida. Airbase BBC news. It's six oh, six GMT. Welcome.

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"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:34 min | 2 years ago

"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In a statement. Amazon said it had zero tolerance of abuse of it systems and is conducting a thorough investigation. It added that any employees precipitated could face not only losing their jobs, but potential legal and criminal penalties. Jonathan savage is coming up to four twenty GMT. Reminder of our main news typhoon men Kuta slashed parts of southern China about two and a half million people were vaccinated from their homes in Guangdong province leading Democrats have called for a delay. In the vote on Brett Kavanagh, President Trump's nominee for the US supreme court until allegations of sexual misconduct against him are investigated and Amazon is investigating claims that its employees accepted bribes from independent sellers to delete negative reviews. You're listening to the BBC World Service. He spent years in jail, but now Malaysia Anwar Ibrahim is getting ready to contest parliamentary seat, and he hopes to be installed as prime minister within two years by his old nemesis. Matia Muhammad the ninety three year old one a shock reelection in may after he and Mr. Anwar had made up and teamed up to defeat would they saw as a corrupt government? Sharon Lyle caught up with Anwar Ibrahim and asked him why he was impatient. To return to Malaysian politics, contrary to the negative perceptions. My presence ensure the stability the clear transition process and these excellent relations with the president prime minister, Andy. Next. And I think that's what the country needs given the present economic and political scenario that's been criticism about how the parliamentary seat has been vacated for you many saying that your daughter should've vacated his seat in Parlamento line for one is who is currently serving as deputy, prime minister. And that this is the stall to potentially dynasty and it smacks of nepotism. So what do you have to say to that criticism? We have only gave a categorical statement that the the issue. Cremation as would leave office that Smith clear, so why didn't she leave now because I told Dr Maha they intend to serve in the government entity. He appreciates it because I think I need to give him the space for him to take the major task. We just know quiet of a stronger leader, and that we need to support already. There's lots of speculation that. The economic affairs minister might be groomed for the prime minister role silly confident that in two years from the time is up. In the democratic process is nothing off of Joseph of power, there'd be caught intrigues said. But as I seat in my personal with the prime minister, and with the leadership of the puck that relation this absolutely no basis whatsoever. The agreement was signed and this. Ball with Maha is excellent. How can you be so cold? Didn't it will stay coordial when we meet. We tend to joke about it. We wouldn't an excellent team unprecedented in the history of many countries, then before of his battle again. Off modern times bitter, personal angry, Chris. But then we decided look the continues a change and we have to work together. We both a love the country is just like saving the country and to do that we decided to team up. They talked to him every day. Not every day. Of course, I want to be to be deemed to be had a singing all the time. But at least once a fortnight long sessions, and otherwise I would. Mccall, and he has been extremely code and give an excellent access to me. Anwar Abraham talking to Sharon Lyle, President Vladimir Putin is due to meet his Turkish counterpart registered how you doin' later to discuss the Syrian crisis their previous talks failed to agree a ceasefire in Italy province, the last major rebel stronghold Turkey back some but not all of the opposition groups in it live and has troops stationed there. Russia along with Iran strongly supports the Syrian government from Beirut your land Nell reports negotiations between Russia and Turkey have continued since a summit in Tehran ten days ago ended with disagreements and after a series of air strikes when a Syrian government offensive to recapture it lib looked imminent the last few days have been relatively calm. President one has warned that a full scale assault would result in a bloodbath and send a new wave of refugees into his country. Turkish officials have been cooling targeted operations against the Jihadist group which control. Most of the province like, Damascus and Moscow, Ankara classes, it's fighters. As terrorists Turkey has recently sent reinforcements to a dozen military posts, it has within it lip. You'll now Stewart has some other stories from our news desk. The president of Peru Martine is Kara has threatened to dissolve congress. If it fails to approve a number of anti corruption reforms this week. He's convened an extraordinary session of both houses of congress on Wednesday to debate the changes to the constitution proposed by his cabinet. Mr Karas says the measures are necessary to address the political and judicial crisis in the country. A new study suggested sooty particles in polluted air breathed in by pregnant women can reach the placenta through the bloodstream, the research focused on particular cells in the placenta that formed part of the body's immune system and protect the developing fetus by engulfing bacteria and pollution particles. The team studied more than three thousand such sales from the placenta of five London-based new mothers and found patches of tiny carbon particles and the British Singaporean account is back on top of the charts with his first solo number one album in the United States in thirty six years with Egypt station, the seventy six year old Bacardi experiments with a younger rock field. In addition to his classic Beatles. Sound there you go? Thanks to it. Last week Ethiopians, retrain celebrated the reopening of two key crossing points than twenty years after a border war. Shut them. It's the latest move the rapprochement between the neighbors and means families divided by the conflict. Are now able to visit each other a peace deal ending the border war was signed in two thousand but was never fully implemented McLean and THEO paean born US based singer who recently performed at a music festival here in the UK Martin Vinod asked her out she felt about the latest developments. I feel incredibly optimistic. I mean, this is a great moment for Ethiopia right now with the new prime minister and this piece. It feels like a relief like a weight lifted. It feels like, you know, just the joy of watching so many videos of reunions reunifications family that had been separated able to come together. Again, it is just such a hopeful moment, and it's also been beautiful to watch the world enjoying those videos those stories because we all long for reconciliation, whether it is big way between countries or whether it is whatever rifts have hit our own lives, we long for reconciliation. And so those stories those videos that we've all been seeing just feel like anything is possible. I go back to your pretty regularly RBIs there last September. And I was there the June before that and I'm going again in November. And this time, I'm bringing my whole band. And that's something that's very important to me because I have a big fan base in Ethiopia. And of course, my family is also there so those two things together make it just the natural thing to do. Performing in era. Yes. I absolutely would if that was possible. Then I absolutely would I I have a friend who organizes concerts, and she's an Eritrean woman living in Hamburg and. This might make that dream that she's had in that. She's invited me into her dream of performing this. Now makes that all the more possible..

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"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Man who twenty years ago had groomed him to be his successor prime minister then sacked him and had him arrested and jailed dr mahat here retired as prime minister fifteen years ago then reconciled with mr anwar joins the opposition and helped bring down the ruling party they had both once dominated in doing so they ousted another protege of dr maha tears the corruption tainted ninety razzaq prime minister until last week and thought to be almost unbeatable dr mahat here at the staggering age of ninety two now finds himself prime minister once again with anwar ibrahim at his side if you're confused well malaysia aren't dr mahattaya is such a familiar figure in their countries story that his reemergence has ignited a warm nostalgia for the days when he built modern malaysia out of what had been largely poor agricultural society and when he bestrode the world's stage firing off inflammatory comments and heralding the arrival of the fast growing asian tiger economies indeed his presence in the opposition coalition was essential to reassure malaysians used to being ruled by the same party for sixty years that they could risk voting for change dr maha here is one of a handful of outsized personalities who helped build nations in post colonial asia and he's the only one left lee kuan yew of singapore died three years ago king sihanouk of cambodia three years before that so harto of indonesia died in two thousand and eight about the irrepressible dr m shows no signs have been ready to join them his energy and razor sharp wit during the election campaign pain left his competitors far behind remarkable.

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"mr. anwar" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"mr. anwar" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Diplomatic dance and as i say this is a a reality check for all of us jonathan marcus it's an extraordinary act of reconciliation anwar ibrahim has been released from jail as promised by his former political nemesis the country's new leader mahatma muhammad mr anwar was originally jailed twenty years ago for what he said were full soda meet charges he was imprisoned again in two thousand fifteen by ninety bras the man who lost power in a shock election results last week to the ninety two year old dr maha tear at a noisy news conference in kuala lumpur the seventy year old mr anwar said he believed malaysia was on the verge of a new era there's a new dawn i think that'd be put them in this year me chinese indians gutters and even then tire spectrum gutless of liz religion whose food by the principles of democracy and freedom correspondent in malaysia jonathan head has been witnessing these historic events crucial part of the agreement between the opposition movement that anwar lead and mahattaya muhammad who in the end proved decisive and getting enough support to overcome a system that massively favors the the former ruling party and brought about this historic election victory and what you were has already been meeting the king inside the palace that's extrordinary to the king even wanted to see him i'm just thinking about it this man was convicted prisoner officially a criminal justice you hours ago he's not getting audience with the king obviously his partnership with mahatma hamad is going to be the key to how malaysia moves forward now these are two men who were very close process jay and mentor back in the nineteen ninety s who fell out don't tomorrow it here the current prime minister actually had input in jail first of all on these trumped up sodomy charges well two periods he sentenced spent inside in the nine thousand nine hundred and there's been a lot of bitter comment.

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Malaysia: Anwar Ibrahim released from prison

Global News Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

Malaysia: Anwar Ibrahim released from prison

"Diplomatic dance and as i say this is a a reality check for all of us jonathan marcus it's an extraordinary act of reconciliation anwar ibrahim has been released from jail as promised by his former political nemesis the country's new leader mahatma muhammad mr anwar was originally jailed twenty years ago for what he said were full soda meet charges he was imprisoned again in two thousand fifteen by ninety bras the man who lost power in a shock election results last week to the ninety two year old dr maha tear at a noisy news conference in kuala lumpur the seventy year old mr anwar said he believed malaysia was on the verge of a new era there's a new dawn i think that'd be put them in this year me chinese indians gutters and even then tire spectrum gutless of liz religion whose food by the principles of democracy and freedom correspondent in malaysia jonathan head has been witnessing these historic events crucial part of the agreement between the opposition movement that anwar lead and mahattaya muhammad who in the end proved decisive and getting enough support to overcome a system that massively favors the the former ruling party and brought about this historic election victory and what you were has already been meeting the king inside the palace that's extrordinary to the king even wanted to see him i'm just thinking about it this man was convicted prisoner officially a criminal justice you hours ago he's not getting audience with the king obviously his partnership with mahatma hamad is going to be the key to how malaysia moves forward now these are two men who were very close process jay and mentor back in the nineteen ninety s who fell out don't tomorrow it here the current prime minister actually had input in jail first of all on these trumped up sodomy charges well two periods he sentenced spent inside in the nine thousand nine hundred and there's been a lot of bitter comment.

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"mr. anwar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mr. anwar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The internet chances are a good chunk of the clicks your ad generates is coming from robots not people so much so that by some estimates billions and billions of dollars are being wasted on digital advertising we find out what the industry is doing about it after the news bbc news with jonathan is the former opposition leader in malaysia anwar ibrahim has declared a new dawn for his country hours after being released from prison the seventy year old received a royal pardon following a shock victory for the coalition backed by mr anwar and headed by his former political nemesis mahachi muhammad anwar now says talk to mahatma has his full support north korea has threatened to cancel next month's summit with the united states if washington keeps pressing for it to give up its nuclear weapons unilaterally the first vice foreign minister said pyongyang had made it clear that the us must end its hostile policy as a precondition for denuclearization earlier it pulled out of this week's talks with seoul in protest at the resumption of us south korean military exercises the governor of the western afghan province of farah says a taliban attack on the main city has been brought to an end by salangi said about three hundred taliban and twenty five afghan security officers had been killed the taliban have confirmed they withdrawn but said only nine of their fighters were killed indonesian police have shot dead four men who attacked a police station in sumatra armed with swords killing one officer one attacker was reported to have been carrying a bomb human rights lawyers say they have enough new evidence to have the former gambian president tried on murder charges they say interviews with thirty jamie's former close associates of established that a death squad known as the jungle is operated under his direct orders killing in two thousand and five at least fifty five west africans most of them ghanaians guatemala has become the second country to move its embassy in israel to jerusalem recognizing israel sovereignty over the city the japanese economy has shrunk for the first time in two years but most analysts are optimistic the decline is temporary and japan will continue to recover from a lengthy period of sluggishness that followed its economic boom in the.

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Bbc, Riyadh and Peckham discussed on

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Bbc, Riyadh and Peckham discussed on

"The says the bbc news hello i'm jonathan izod the malaysian politician anwar ibrahim has declared a new dorm for his country after being released from prison he'd been jailed for a second time three years ago on what he said were trumped up charges of sodomy he was pardoned following shock election victory for the coalition backed by mr anwar and his former mentor and rival mahathir mohamad this report from jonathan head abraham has already been meeting the king inside the palace that's extraordinary to the king even wanted to see him i'm just thinking about it this man was convicted prisoner officially a criminal justice here hours ago obviously his partnership with mahathir muhammad is going to be the key to how malaysia moves forward now these former friends then rivals now is again are going to have to work out how they transform this country in all sorts of ways how they make the judiciary independent again how they may business cleaner how they make politics more fair and more competitive is a huge task north korea has down to the next month plans summit between its leader kim jong and president trump pyongyang threatened counselor talks if washington kept pressing for it to give up its nuclear weapons unilaterally laura bicker assesses the north korean reaction maybe feel that they're making all the concessions and get nothing in return also i've noticed over the last few weeks that the state media releases have been growing rather edited by the idea that president trump is boasting that they've brought chairman kim kid the table they will feel in north korea that chairman cam is coming from a position of strength so there's a huge gap in what north korea believes the us believes at the moment and they're only a few weeks to go before the two leaders meet police in indonesia have shot dead four men who attacked the police headquarters on the island of sumatra armed with samurai swords the men launched the assault after ramming their car into the police station gates in the town of peckham borrow in riyadh province one policeman was killed local media say one of the attackers had a bomb it comes after a series of deadly assaults on indonesia churches and police stations and network linked to.

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"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"If the us is going to withdraw from the deal if europeans are not going to implement their commitments and violate the deal if the five plus one they cannot deliver the commitments it is really justified for iran to depart from the deal because the deal cannot be implemented unilaterally from the iranian side and this is not realistic to expect iran unilaterally to implement the deal so sane moussavian on hardtalk after the news this is the bbc news hello i'm jonathan izod the malaysian politician anwar ibrahim has declared a new dorm for his country after being released from prison he'd been jailed for a second time three years ago on what he said what trumped up charges of sodomy he was pardoned following a shock election victory for the coalition backed by mr anwar and his former mentor and rival mahanta mohammed this report from jonathan head abraham is already been meeting the king inside the palace that's extrordinary to the king even wanted to see him i'm just thinking about it this man was convicted prisoner officially a criminal justice here hours ago obviously his partnership with mahatma muhammad is getting to be the key to how malaysia moves forward now these four my friends then rivals now allies again going to have to work out how they transform this country in all sorts of ways how they make the judiciary independent again how they may business cleaner how they make politics more fair and more competitive it's a huge task north korea has come down to the next month plans summit its leader kim jong un and president trump pyongyang threatened cancel the talks if washington kept pressing for it to give up its nuclear weapons unilaterally laura bicker assesses the north korean reaction maybe feel that they're making all the concessions and get nothing in return also i've noticed over the last few weeks that the state media releases have been growing rather edited by the idea that president trump is boasting that they've brought chairman ken to the table they will feel in north korea that chairman kim is coming from a position of strength so there's a huge gap in what north korea believes the us believes at the moment and they're only a few weeks to go before the two leaders meet police in indonesia have shot dead four men who attacked the police headquarters on the island.

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"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The news with jonathan is odd the former opposition leader in malaysia and what you brian has declared a new dawn for his country hours after being released from prison the seventy year old received a royal pardon following shock election result the delivered a victory for the coalition backed by mr anwar and headed by his former political nemesis mahathir mohammed mr anwar now says talk to mahato has his full support north korea has threatened to cancel next month summit with the united states if washington keeps pressing for it to give up its nuclear weapons unilaterally the first vice foreign minister said mr said pyongyang had made clear that the us must end its hostile policy as a precondition for denuclearization earlier it pulled out of this week's talks with seoul in protest at the resumption of us south korean military exercises indonesian police have shot dead four men who attacked a police station in sumatra armed with samurai swords killing one officer one attacker was reported to have been carrying a bomb it comes after a series of deadly assaults on indonesian churches and police stations khalida zia bangladesh's former prime minister and opposition leader has been released from prison on bail on health grounds she was sentenced to five years for embezzlement but insists the charges are politically motivated human rights lawyers say they have new evidence to support the prosecution of the former gambian president yahya jammeh for the alleged murder of dozens of his opponents they say they've established that a death squad operated on the direct orders of the president a wellknown mexican journalist has been killed outside his house in the southern state of tabasco witnesses say one color sweater was shot several times by gunmen on a pickup truck a new study has found that the disrupted body clock could puts people at increased risk of diseases such as depression and bipolar disorder and the study has found chimpanzees have cleaner beds than humans despite spending more than half their lives in them bbc news it's not about being africa nonnorth i think it's about embracing your own personal sense of style and where you're from and what makes you you wanna make pieces that transcend any borders so how do you manage your culture or tradition to make globally acceptable welcome in the studio from the bbc world service in the next half.

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"mr. anwar" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mr. anwar" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"As one dozen know who's who now i mean israel the united states all against palestinians violating international law in disregard to the majority of the nations of the world including britain other countries it is it is really quite remarkable and quite remarkable what where does avoi come from or is this just a situation whereby as we'll probably have to find that with so many other situations we'll just have to sit it out until the trump administration end we have to sit it out obviously have no choice but i do think that people have to keep resisting people have to keep putting their voice out there voicing their anger over this i don't think that we should be bessie fide as israel wishes or as the united states wishes in this case as well i don't think that that silences announcer i think we should keep making the case as much as possible because it's about people lives it's about the it's about humanity actually the end of the day four of us talk tat asha thank you for joining us on monocle twenty four year with the globalist and moment we find out what iran has been doing to preserve the nuclear deal but i with the time at seven oh nine here in london let's get a recap of the latest news headlines north korea has threatened to pull out of a summit with the us president donald trump if the us insists on young gives up its nuclear weapons program the meetings take place next month but the north has accused washington the harboring sinister intentions the malaysian politician anwar ibrahim has been freed from jail it'd been in prison for three years for sodomy and corruption charges he denied the country's new prime minister mahattaya muhammed sorta pardon for him enabling mr anwar to make a comeback to politics and japan's economy has shrunk for the first time in two years the world's third biggest economy contracted point six of a percent experts a decline in consumer spending and capital expenditure arte blade those are the headlines this is globalist.

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"mr. anwar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"mr. anwar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A week ago jonathan had has this report and what abraham the man whose political downfall twenty years ago sparked off the reformist movement which is just triumphed at the polls and who spent two periods in jail for his opposition is free the newly elected prime minister mahathir muhammad wants mr anwar's mentor and the man who sacked jailed him twenty years ago sought a royal pardon for him which was granted this morning this is the result of a once unthinkable reconciliation between the two men which helped to end the sixty year long monopoly on power of their old party north korea has threatened to cancel next month's schedule summit between its leader kim jong on the us president donald trump earlier the north castigated of the us and south korea for sunday's resumption of their joint military exercises and canceled this week's talks with sola jonathan reports the state news agency and north korea issued a statement saying that america would have to undertake careful deliberations about the fate of the plant north korea us summit in light of what it called this provocative military ruckus that was in response to a longplanned military exercise between the us and south korea but more ominously for the prospect of the summit it was followed up by a later declaration that north korea would never give up its nuclear program and wouldn't bother it away in return for economic assistance that's been the american central objective and at the white house they'll be hoping this is a bump in the road a bit of muscle flexing by peon yang a warning not to take them for granted a new report says the number of people internally displaced by conflict in africa doubled in a single year the report found that nearly three million people were displaced within their own countries in twenty seventeen the united states envoy tasked with trying to end the war in ukraine says more sanctions against russia are likely with the details here's joan officia velka spent.

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"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Coming up on the bbc world savage the chain in know second episode exploring the relationship between political power and eat we're looking at the role in propaganda a food writer will take us on an officially approved tour of north korea and meet a man he spent ten days living and eating with fighters from the islamic state group all that after the news bbc news with jerry smith the newly elected prime minister of malaysia mahathir muhammad has said there will be an immediate royal pardon for his former rival and more recent political ally the jailed opposition leader anwar ibrahim dot com hotair also repeated a pledge to stand aside within two years to allow mr anwar to take the premiership the philippines high court has removed the country's chief justice from office it rolls that maria sereno had failed to submit statements of earnings when she applied for the role in twenty twelve mrs serrano has been a fierce critic of president rodrigo deterrent is deadly war on drugs police in western australia have found seven dead bodies in a family home in most being treated as a murder suicide for of the debt which holdren all had gunshot wounds the united nations children's agency unicef has appealed for emergency funds to save four hundred thousand children from starvation in the kasai region of the democratic republic of congo yussef says they're suffering from severe acute malnutrition.

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Malaysia's Mahathir plans lean cabinet, seeks Anwar's pardon

BBC World Service

01:37 min | 3 years ago

Malaysia's Mahathir plans lean cabinet, seeks Anwar's pardon

"Coming up on the bbc world savage the chain in know second episode exploring the relationship between political power and eat we're looking at the role in propaganda a food writer will take us on an officially approved tour of north korea and meet a man he spent ten days living and eating with fighters from the islamic state group all that after the news bbc news with jerry smith the newly elected prime minister of malaysia mahathir muhammad has said there will be an immediate royal pardon for his former rival and more recent political ally the jailed opposition leader anwar ibrahim dot com hotair also repeated a pledge to stand aside within two years to allow mr anwar to take the premiership the philippines high court has removed the country's chief justice from office it rolls that maria sereno had failed to submit statements of earnings when she applied for the role in twenty twelve mrs serrano has been a fierce critic of president rodrigo deterrent is deadly war on drugs police in western australia have found seven dead bodies in a family home in most being treated as a murder suicide for of the debt which holdren all had gunshot wounds the united nations children's agency unicef has appealed for emergency funds to save four hundred thousand children from starvation in the kasai region of the democratic republic of congo yussef says they're suffering from severe acute malnutrition.

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"mr. anwar" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"mr. anwar" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Encouraged to switch to promoting healthier products the policies shortage generate strong support from health campaigners the advertising association said rules in the uk will already among the strictest in the world and were enforced rigorously by regulators the newly elected prime minister of malaysia mahatma muhammad has said the imprisoned opposition leader anwar ibrahim we'll get an immediate royal pardon is to unwind a former deputy prime minister was jailed three years ago on charges of sodomy he says we'll politically motivated mr heartier has promised to eventually hand over power to missed anwar who was once his arch enemy but is now an ally our correspondent jonathan head reports from kuala lumpur twenty years ago mahachi muhammed sacked anwar ibrahim deputy prime minister and had him imprisoned on dubious sodomy charges today he's calling for his release from a second jail term imposed three years ago such is the remarkable turnaround in malaysian politics which has seen the ninety two year old former prime minister returned to office this time as leader of the opposition inflicting the first ever defeat on the ruling party he wants lead getting on what brahim pardoned was one of the conditions for dr maha tier to be accepted by an opposition movement he wants tried to crush he says that the king has agreed that this should happen soon the veteran leader has also repeated a promise that he will step aside to allow mr anwar to take over as prime minister within two years one of the founders of the militant palestinian group hamas has said mass protests on the boundary between gaza and israel will not stop there have been demonstrations for the past six weeks in the runup to the seventieth anniversary of the formation of the state of israel next week in an interview for this program doctor mahmoud zahar said he expected the protests to continue beyond the anniversary because they had the support of ordinary people in gaza mp's have warned that britain's armed forces could be more than twenty billion pounds short of the money they need to buy new military equipment the commons public accounts committee says there's a significant funding gap in the ministry of defence is budget over the next ten years the mode is currently conducting a review of its spending out offense correspondent jonathan bill reports the md wants to spend nearly a hundred and eighty billion pounds on new submarines warships armored vehicles and.

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"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"mr. anwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And on the balance of forces within its leadership and how will the iranian public react mr trump's decision clearly has an impact on global security on regional rivalries in the middle east but does it give the green light to war who the opportunity to negotiate something broader and better that will keep the peace that's the real story from the bbc coming up after the news hello i'm ws with the bbc news the newly elected prime minister of malaysia mahathir mohammad has said that the imprisoned opposition leader anwar ibrahim will get an immediate royal pardon dr mahachi said mr anwar would be able to return to politics but did not elaborate on whether he would be brought into the cabinet straight away can parliament so these process take long time whether he would immediately joined the cabinet will be decided when the time comes anwar ibrahim format deputy prime minister has been imprisoned since february twenty fifteen jonathan head reports from kuala lumpur twenty years ago mahachi muhammad sacked anwar ibrahim as deputy prime minister and had him imprisoned on dubious sodomy charges today he's calling for his release from a second jail term imposed three years ago such is the remarkable turnaround in malaysian politics which has seen the ninety two year old former prime minister returned to office this time as leader of the opposition inflicting the first ever defeat on the ruling party he wants lead getting on what abraham pardoned was one of the conditions for dr maha tier to be accepted by an opposition movement he wants tried to crush the philippines high court has made history by removing the country's chief justice from office it ruled that maria sereno had failed to submit statements of her earnings howard johnson is in manila this is the first time in the philippines the chief justice has been removed from office in this way mrs serena has also been facing separate impeachment proceedings for twentyseven allegations of wrongdoing including corruption and betrayal of the public trust speaking to bbc news she described the allegations as hogwash and said that the actions against her were unconstitutional and political mrs sereno has been a fierce critic of president rodrigo deterred he's worn drugs a campaign which has seen thousands of drug users and dealers killed during police operations he united nations has.

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