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"naji razzaq" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on KQED Radio

"ABC's reaction has been face. Some people listening might be thinking gosh, we should absolutely shut this down. But genetic technologies can be both bad and good. I feel very blessed and very lucky to find me be a mother with hope match by fear. It's the idea that you're making that just healthy babies, but better babies smarter, stronger taller. We'll sort good from bad and even hear from those who actually try to make it work. Certain. The honest answer is I generically engineer people this week. The inquiry asks should we fear designer babies? I the world news. Hello. I'm Eileen McCue. With the BBC news the stray as defense ministers says one of its citizens who's been detained in China since last weekend is being held under. What's described as residential surveillance? Christopher Pyne who's visiting Beijing. Restated Australia's request for swift concert access to young John. Steven McDonnell is in Beijing young June is in the custody of Chinese state security agents here in Beijing, according to a Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman watching told a regular press briefing that the Australian writer is being investigated for alleged involvement in criminal activities endangering China's national security young June is detained under a form of so-called residential surveillance in the past Chinese dissidents have been held under the same category in secret locations where they can be interrogated free from the restrictions of. Official institutions. Donald Trump has said he will wait until after America's partial government shutdown is over before delivering his state of the union address. The democratic speaker of the house had revoked an invitation to deliver it in congress because of the ongoing funding route from Washington, Chris Buckler reports Donald Trump had talked about going ahead with his state of the union speech somewhere other than congress. But he says that no venue could compete with its history tradition and importance the president is locked in a battle with Democrats over his demands for five billion dollars to build a border wall with Mexico ROY is left a number of government departments without funding and hundreds of thousands of federal workers not knowing when they will next get paid. The Venezuelan leader nNcholas Maduro is facing ever deeper international isolation after neighboring countries joined the United States in recognizing one Guido of the opposition as interim President Mr Madera responded by ordering. American diplomats to leave Venezuela. This Guido has said he will establish a transitional government Carlos Camacho as a Venezuelan journalists based in Caracas, we've been down this path before or we have to national assembly and now we have to pressure. My little tried to expel US diplomatic personnel from Minnesota and why dot Tuesday put. So the secretary Mike Pompeo is said, well, we're not gonna listen to my load on this one. There is certainly a conflict, but my oldest just not going to go quietly into that good night. Why though will eventually need to at least make a show of force helix? Tshisekedi will later today be sworn in as president to the Democratic Republic of Congo in a ceremony in the capital Kinshasa will be the first ever peaceful transfer of power in the country despite questions about Mr. Tshisekedi's victory. BBC correspondent said there was no desire among the population. To begin a campaign of protests. BBC news. The French finance minister granola mayor says colors goin has resigned as chief executive and chairman of the carmaker Renault Michigan is currently under arrest in Tokyo where he's accused of financial crimes while leading Reynolds Japanese partner. Nissan, if convicted he could be sentenced to jail for many years. He denies any wrongdoing. Ukrainian court has found the country's former president Viktor Yanukovych guilty of high treason. Mr Yanukovych fled to Russia five years ago after security forces clashed violently with demonstrators who'd been protesting against his administration. He faced several charges many of which relate to Russia's seizure of Crimea. A conference of Malaysia is hereditary rulers has elected Sultan, Abdulah of the hang to succeed. The national thrown after the surprise abdication of Mohammed the fifth earlier this month Malaysia has retained constitutional monarchy in which a new king is chosen every five years from among the country's nine Islamic sultanate's. Jonathan head reports militias nine hereditary sultans play a March three ceremonial role. But they do have the power to pardon and to confirm senior government appointments as such they can be very influential. The new king who replaced his ailing father Sultan of the state of Pohang only last week. There is no largely for his involvement in various Malaysian sports associations, but his father was known to be close to former prime Minister Naji Razzaq whose political basis in Pohang, and who after his unexpected election defeat now faces numerous criminal charges. So the relationship between the new king and the new government headed by the veteran, Dr Maha tear will be one to watch pressure. Scientists have succeeded in using hot water drill to cut a two kilometre deep hole through the antibiotic icesheet to analyze the underlying sediment. Researchers hope this will help them work out. How the ice is moving. BBC news. You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me, Michael. Ashland each week one question. Four expert witnesses and denouncing. Late last year, a Chinese scientist. Hey, John Kway announced that he had successfully edited the DNA of twin human embryos now newborn baby girls. Okay. Thank you. I must have policies. Results leaked. I'm speculating. The reaction. Many scientists were appalled. Politicians condemned him is now under house arrest. The phrase everywhere.

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Carlson will likely see rain through the early morning hours a steady temperature around forty eight degrees. It'll be pretty breezy too. We could see rain maybe even thunderstorms today in the early morning hours. Some of this could be real heavy at times the temperature today will rise to about fifty four. This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me, Michael. Chinese scientists announced the birth for the first time ever of genetically edited babies reaction has been fierce some people listening might be thinking gosh, we should absolutely shut this down. But genetic technologies can be both bad and good. I feel very blessed and lucky to find me be a method with hope matched by fear. It's the idea that you're making not just healthy babies, but better babies smarter, stronger taller, real salt. Good from bad and even hear from those who actually try to make it work. Certain. The honest answer is I generically engineer people this week. The inquiry asks should we fear designer babies? I the world news. Hello. I'm Ali McHugh with the BBC news. This failures defense ministers says one of its citizens who's been detained in China since last weekend is being held under. What's described as residential surveillance? Christopher Pyne who's visiting Beijing. Restated Australia's request for swift contour access to young John. Steven McDonnell is in Beijing young June is in the custody of Chinese state security agents here in Beijing, according to a Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman watching told a regular press briefing that the strategy in writer is being investigated for alleged involvement in criminal activities endangering China's national security young June is detained under a form of so-called residential surveillance in the past Chinese dissidents have been held under the same category in secret locations with I can be interrogated free from the restrictions of. Official institutions. Donald Trump has said he will wait until after America's partial government shutdown is over before delivering his state of the union address. Democratic speaker of the house had revoked an invitation to deliver it in congress because of the ongoing funding row from Washington. Chris Butler reports Donald Trump had talked about going ahead with his state of the union speech somewhere other than congress. But he says that no venue could compete with its history tradition and importance the president is locked in a battle with Democrats over his demands for five billion dollars to build a border wall with Mexico ROY is left a number of government departments without funding and hundreds of thousands of federal workers, not knowing when they will next get paid the Venezuelan Nita nNcholas Maduro is facing ever deeper international isolation after neighboring countries joined the United States in recognizing one Guido of the opposition as interim President, Mr Madera responded by ordering. American diplomats to leave Venezuela. This Aguado has said he will establish a transitional government Carlos Camacho as Venezuelan journalists based in Caracas, we've been down this path before or we have to national assembly. And now we have to press in my little tried to expel US diplomatic personnel from Pella and why dot to Tuesday put so stay secretary, Mike Pompeo. He said, well, we're not gonna listen to my load on this one. There is certainly a conflict, but my oldest just not going to go quietly into that good night. Why though will eventually need to at least make a show of force inex-? Jessica Tandy will later today. Be sworn in as president of the Democratic Republic of Congo in a ceremony in the capital Kinshasa. It will be the first ever a peaceful transfer of power in the country despite questions about Mr. Tshisekedi's victory. BBC correspondent said there was no desire among the population to be. A campaign of protests BBC news. The French finance minister Bruno Lemaire says colors goin has resigned as chief executive and chairman of the carmaker Renault. Michigan is currently under arrest in Tokyo where he's accused of financial crimes while leading Reynolds Japanese partner. Nissan, if convicted he could be sentenced to jail for many years. He denies any wrongdoing. Ukrainian court has found the country's former president Viktor Yanukovych guilty of high treason. Kovic fled to Russia five years ago after security forces clashed violently with demonstrators who'd been protesting against his administration. He faced several charges many of which relate to Russia's seizure of Crimea. A conference of Malaysia is hereditary rulers has elected Sultan. Abdullah of the hang to succeed. The national thrown after the surprise abdication of Muhammed v. Earlier this month, Malaysia has retained consta-. The traditional monarchy in which a new king is chosen every five years from among the country's nine Islamic sultanate's. Jonathan head reports militias nine hereditary sultans play a March three ceremonial role. But they do have the power to pardon and to confirm senior government appointments as such they can be very influential. The new king who replaced his ailing father as Sultan of the state of Pohang only last week is now largely for his involvement in various Malaysian sports associations, but his father was known to be close to former prime Minister Naji Razzaq whose political basis in Pohang, and who after his unexpected election defeat now faces numerous criminal charges. So the relationship between the new king and the new government headed by the veteran. Dr Maha year will be one to watch British scientists have succeeded in using a hot water drill to cut a two kilometre deep holes through the antibiotic icesheet to analyze the underlying, sediment, researchers hope this will help them work out. How the ice is moving. BBC news. You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me, Michael. Each week one question. Four expert witnesses and answer. Late last year, a Chinese scientist, John Kway announced that he had successfully edited the DNA of twin human embryos now newborn baby girls. Okay. Thank you. I must have politics. Results leaked speculating taking on me. The reaction. Many scientists were appalled..

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're listening to the bbc world service i'm butler today business daily is looking at the situation in venezuela ahead of elections in the country with inflation in the thousands of percent output in free fall and food and drugs in dire shortage the country's rapidly descending from latin america's richest to one of its poorest economies are us sanctions though gonna help make things worse that's in a couple of minutes bbc news with david austin police in malaysia have carried out a second night of raids on properties linked to the former prime minister naji razzaq they've seized hundreds of boxes of luxury items and handbags full of foreign currency in say they're still trying to drill into a safe mr not jeep and his wife were banned from leaving the country after he lost power in recent elections he denies wrongdoing the chinese foreign ministry has cast doubts on reports that beijing was offering a two hundred billion dollar reduction in its annual trade surplus with the united states china has dropped punitive measures against imports of sorghum the key us cereal crop in an attempt to ease trade tensions with washington the world health organization has raised its assessment of the risk to public health from the bowler outbreak in the democratic republic of congo from high to very high at the national level eleven more people are confirmed to him the court abo an emergency session of the un human rights council is to begin shortly on the violence at the gaza border that followed the inauguration of a new us embassy in jerusalem arab states had called for the meeting response to the killing of fifty eight palestinians by israeli troops the pakistani army says it's shot dead five suspected suicide bombers who were trying to attack a military facility in the southwestern city of quetta a gunfight ensued has the attackers tried to drive into the base counting votes is underway in burundi after a referendum that could allow president pierre in kroons to stay in office for fourteen years after his current term ends in twenty twenty meghan markle's mother doria raccoon is due to meet queen elizabeth day before we're daughter marries into the britain's britain's royal family it's still isn't known who walk ms markle down the aisle in her wedding to prince harry as a father is too well to attend bbc news hello i'm ed butler.

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on AP News

"Malaysia's aviation bodies protested claims by air asia's chief that it ordered the budget airline to cancel extra low fare flights in the runup to last week's elections the malaysian aviation commission said tuesday it lodged a complaint with police over the comments air asia's chief executive tony fernandez released a video on sunday in which he publicly apologized for supporting defeated prime minister naji razzaq whose longrunning coalition lost the main ninth election he said he buckled under government pressure and was foolish to think his endorsement would appease the government and protect jobs the commission tuesday said it had approved the one hundred twenty extra flights requested by air asia it refuted first lady melania trump is recovering after surgery at walter reed hospital to treat a benign kidney condition ap washington correspondent saga megani reports she'll likely remain hospitalized for a few more days her office says the first lady underwent a successful embolism procedural late in the afternoon president trump made the short flight walter reed national military medical center where he spent about an hour with his wife to urologists with no personal knowledge of the firstly in these conditions say the most likely explanation for the procedure is a kind of non cancerous kidney tumor one of the doctor says many times embolism asian patients go home the same day or the next the white house says mrs trump's expected to remain hospitalized the rest of the week saga megani washington attacks to help fight homelessness is being slapped on large businesses in seattle like amazon and starbucks seattle city council passed a compromise plan that taxes businesses making at least twenty million in gross revenues about two hundred seventy five dollars per fulltime worker each year that's less than the five hundred dollar per worker that had initially.

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on AP News

"Malaysia's aviation bodies protested claims by air asia's chief that it ordered the budget airline to cancel extra low fare flights in the runup to last week's elections the malaysian aviation commission said tuesday it lodged a complaint with police over the comments air asia's chief executive tony fernandez released a video on sunday and when she publicly apologized for supporting defeated prime minister naji razzaq whose longrunning coalition lost the may ninth election he said he buckled under government pressure and was foolish to think his endorsement would appease the government and protect jobs the commission tuesday's that it had approved the one hundred twenty extra flights requested by air asia it refuted fernandez's claim it had summoned air asia over the matter laxative laced brownies of cost of michigan woman her job at an engineering company police they employees tipped off police that a woman with a grudge plan to serve the brownies that a going away party for an employee she didn't like the woman's name hasn't been released but police in selene michigan say the company fired her after the plan was revealed selene police chief jared heart says officers confiscated the tainted confections and none of them were eaten the news reports that heart says the forty seven year old woman on nationally denied putting laxatives in the brownies but after learning police investigators would test them she admitted that she had art says the woman doesn't face any charges but if anyone had eaten the brownies it would have been considered a criminal act with dozens killed and more than twenty seven hundred palestinians wounded monday in border clashes with gaza the world health organization says it's created a medical crisis for gaza's health system rupert colville the u n high commissioner for human rights those suffering life threatening injuries facing nightmarish scenario in the absence of article adequate hospital beds and medical services was still witnessing cases in which injured demonstrators are effectively prevented by israel from exiting gaza for treatment around half of the wounded were hit by live fire most of them struck in the legs which isn't immediately fatal the coleville says it's still considered deadly and unnecessary we stress the game lethal force may only be used as a measure of last not first resort and only when there is an immediate threat to life will series injury call is calling.

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on AP News

"To help avoid collisions and all those self driving cars are advancing tesla and police warn drivers that they have to stay alert tesla's co founder elon musk complained on twitter this incident is garnering so much public attention but no one is marveling that the car is so safe the driver only suffered a broken ankle i'm jacky quin malaysia's aviation bodies protested claims by air asia's chief that it ordered the budget airline to cancel extra low fare flights in the runup to last week's elections the malaysian aviation commission said tuesday it lodged a complaint with police over the comments air asia's chief executive tony fernandez released video on sunday in when she publicly apologized for supporting defeated prime minister naji razzaq whose longrunning coalition lost the may ninth election he said he buckled under government pressure and was foolish to think his endorsement would appease the government and protect jobs the commission tuesday's that it had approved the one hundred twenty extra flights requested by air asia it refuted fernandez's claim it had summoned air asia over the matter with dozens killed and more than twenty seven hundred palestinians wounded monday in border clashes with gaza the world health organization says it's created a medical crisis for gaza's health system rupert colville the un high commit schnur for human rights those suffering life threatening injuries face a nightmare scenario in the absence of adequate adequate hospital beds and medical services was still witnessing cases in which injured demonstrators are effectively prevented by israel from exiting gaza for treatment around half of the wounded were hit by live fire most of them struck in the legs which is an immediately fatal but colville says it's still considered deadly and unnecessary we stress again lethal force may only be used as a measure of last not first resort and only when there is an immediate threat to life we'll serious injury call villes calling for an independent investigation into israel's use of lethal force for the ap i'm bob kessler with riven welcome to total wine and more boy this this beer out of the way how about if i find a.

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on AP News

"The financial resources they'll need to deal with their care requirements when they get older and only one in ten expect to get the same level of benefits from social security medicare or medicaid that are available now statistically about seven in ten americans will need some type of long term care as they get older but the new poll finds just twenty two percent of those under age forty think it's likely they'll need those types of services someday mike rossier washington malaysia's aviation by these protests and claims by air asia's chief that it ordered the budget airline to cancel extra low fare flights in the runup to last week's elections the malaysian aviation commission said tuesday it lodged a complaint with police over the comments air asia's chief executive tony fernandez released a video on sunday in when she publicly apologized for supporting defeated prime minister naji razzaq whose longrunning coalition lost the may ninth election he said he buckled under government pressure and was foolish to think his endorsement would appease the government and protect jobs the commission tuesday's that it had approved the one hundred twenty extra flights requested by air asia it refuted fernandez's claim it had summoned air asia over the matter laxative laced brownies of cost a michigan woman her job at an engineering company police say employee is tipped off police that a woman with a grudge plan to serve the brownies at a going away party for an employee she didn't like the woman's name hasn't been released but police in selene michigan say the company fired her after the plan was revealed selene police chief jarrett heart says officers confiscated the tainted confections and none of them were eaten the arbor news reports that heart says the forty seven year old woman on nationally denied putting laxatives in the brownies but after learning police investigators would test them she admitted that she had art says the woman doesn't face any charges but if anyone had eaten the brownies it would have been considered a criminal act welcome to total wine and more my boy this out of the way how about if i find a.

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on AP News

"Aviation bodies protested claims by air asia's chief that it ordered the budget airline to cancel extra low fare flights in the runup to last week's elections the malaysian aviation commission said tuesday it lodged a complaint with police over the comments air asia's chief executive tony fernandez released a video on sunday in when she publicly apologized for supporting defeated prime minister naji razzaq whose longrunning coalition lost the may ninth election he said he buckled under government pressure and was foolish to think his endorsement would appease the government and protect jobs the commission tuesday's that it had approved the one hundred twenty extra flights requested by air asia it refuted fernandez's claim it had summoned air asia over the matter an experimental boola vaccine will be used in the congo to fight against an outbreak announced last week this is the ninety bowler outbreaking congo since nineteen seventy six when the deadly disease was first identified the world health organization says congo has thirty nine suspected probable and confirmed cases of a bowler since april including nineteen deaths congo's ministry of health is requested that the w h o send four thousand doses of the vaccine they should arrive by the end of the week the abol saination campaign will i target health workers three nurses are among those suspected cases and another is among the dead the teams on site of already identified more than three hundred and fifty contacts who are people who have had contact with the patients mobile laboratories we deployed on saturday welcome to total wine and more i challenge you to wine tasting showdown maybe we should just explore some wine if you come blow me away with the wind you must admit defeat assure try this.

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on AP News

"Try this cabernet sauvignon my this is out of this world and always at the lowest price let's get this cockfield explore eight thousand wines and twenty five hundred beers like delicious wines that now come in canes or shop online at totalwine dot com total wine and more the selection is ridiculous t shirts showing an incorrect map of china have been recalled and destroyed by american clothing retailer gap the company has apologized for what it said was unintentional mistake of selling t shirts and china within a romania map of the country gap took action on monday after photos began circulating on chinese social media of a t shirt with a map that appeared to leave out southern tibet the disputed south china sea anti juan itself ruled island that beijing regards as chinese territory the photos were reportedly taken at a gap shop in canada gaps the latest of several companies to apologize for perceived slights to china's sovereignty its promised to carry out more rigorous reviews in the future malaysia's aviation bodies protested claims by air asia's chief that it ordered the budget airline to cancel extra low fare flights in the runup to last week's elections the malaysian aviation commission said tuesday it lodged a complaint with police over the comments air asia's chief executive tony fernandez released a video on sunday in which he publicly apologized for supporting defeated prime minister naji razzaq whose longrunning coalition lost the may ninth election he said he buckled under government pressure and was foolish to think his endorsement would appease the government and protect jobs the commission tuesday said it had approved the one hundred twenty extra flights requested by air asia it refuted fernandez's claim it had summoned air asia over the matter attacks to help fight homelessness is being slapped on large businesses in seattle like amazon and starbucks seattle city council passed a.

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on AP News

"Election tallies being counted i'm jacky quin within ap news minute primary results are being counted in idaho nebraska oregon and pennsylvania where candidates are vying for nominations in eighteen congressional districts republicans also voted for challengers to democratic governor tom wolf the state department is reviewing reports north korea's threatening to scrap it summit with president trump because of the us south korea joint military exercises spokeswoman heather nauert let's not get ahead of ourselves this news just came out we need to verify it get into information on that but we're going forward and planning our meetings next month a setback for former trump campaign chairman paul manafort judge says the special counsel was within his authority to bring criminal charges rapper jay z was in new york never a concert but answering questions from the security and exchange commission over iconex a company that bought his apparel line i'm jacky quin militias aviation by these protests and claims by air asia's chief that it ordered the budget airline to cancel extra low fare flights in the runup to last week's elections the malaysian aviation commission said tuesday it lodged a complaint with police over the comments air asia's chief executive tony fernandez released video on sunday in which he publicly apologized for supporting defeated prime minister naji razzaq whose longrunning coalition lost the may ninth election he said he buckled under government pressure and was foolish to think his endorsement would appease the government and protect jobs the commission tuesday said it had approved the one hundred twenty extra flights requested by air asia it refuted fernandez's claim it had summoned air asia over the matter the carolina panthers are being sold for a record two point two billion dollars according to associated press sources they say hedge fund manager david tepper is agreed to by the nfl team from founder jerry richardson the people spoke to the ap on tuesday on condition of anonymity because the team hasn't officially announced the sale it's still subject to a vote at the nfl owners meeting next week in atlanta richardson announced in december that he was selling the team amid an nfl investigation for sexual and racial misconduct in the.

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio well investor attention likely to return to the state of the global economy this week we've got several interesting data points coming retail sales industrial production data due out in the united states and also in china and traders will be watching malaysia's equity market today after mater mohammed naji razzaq's ruling coalition in what was a historic power shift has lots of interesting ramifications muddier saying that he will be very positive for the business community so that might be on the plus side but on the negative side lots of investors will be concerned about a lot of the old policies being thrown out and for instance scrapping gst may put slightly in doubt the government's revenue position so a lot of that will be weighing out in the markets today let's get to paul allen in sydney he's taking a look at the markets in new zealand and australia today for brian is x futures pretty flat right now just about four points the dollar also stabilizing at about seventy five and a half cents us and over new zealand very quiet stopped the new trading week there as well for the takes off just six points right now brian yeah the greenback finished the last week little changed and we also had ten year treasury yields kind of steady below three percent we spent a lot of time in the two nineties now at two ninety six year at the moment and of course we'll get some action wants to tokyo market opens up they trade treasuries there or price seventy fifty five gold thirteen hundred eighteen it's thirty five minutes past the hour reshad yep north korea saying it is setting a date for a ceremony to dismantle its nuclear test site ed baxter covering global news in a bloomberg nine sixty san francisco newsroom ed yeah russian if my mathis correct it's about ten days away they're talking about.

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"For this team this competition is about more than just a football twenty countries are building teams for this world cup and off the pitch they'll also be a congress children from the for velez of brazil to foster homes in the u k will share their experiences of life in cam so the bills will get to tackle stigma and discrimination as well as their opponents on the pitch but for now they are very much focused on the football can you win the football geez no i really hope so i should tell me with a big smile we all definitely going to try that report was from sarah raynsford in moscow still to come a brave new world beckons for football's moneymen and the fans gear up for this year's eurovision the veteran politician mahattaya muhammed has been sworn in as prime minister of malaysia making him the world's oldest leader the ninety two year old who had presided over malaysia for twenty two years until stepping down in two thousand and three came out of retirement to lead the country's opposition party to its first ever victory he unexpectedly defeated his former protege najeib razaaq southeast asia correspondent jonathan head reports from kuala lumpur the day that began with a shock election result few hit expected ended with cheers for the ninety two year old man who'd made it possible that he returned from being sworn in as prime minister matia muhammed who retired fifteen years ago after running the country for more than two decades is back this time at the head of an opposition movement whose members he wants harrison's jailed but which he recently joined to help them out his successor naji razzaq whom he accused of shaming malaysia with his corruption malaysia has never experienced a political transition before dr mattia began his with a warning to the outgoing prime minister that he now faces possible prosecution.

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"For this team this competition is about more than just a football twenty countries are building teams for this world cup and off the pitch they'll also be a congress children from the for velez of brazil to foster homes in the u k will share their experiences of life in cam so the bills will get to tackle stigma and discrimination as well as their opponents on the pitch but for now they are very much focused on the football can you win the football geez no i really hope so i should tell me with a big smile we all definitely going to try that report was from sarah raynsford in moscow still to come a brave new world beckons for football's moneymen and the fans gear up for this year's eurovision the veteran politician mahattaya muhammed has been sworn in as prime minister of malaysia making him the world's oldest leader the ninety two year old who had presided over malaysia for twenty two years until stepping down in two thousand and three came out of retirement to lead the country's opposition party to its first ever victory he unexpectedly defeated his former protege najeib razaaq southeast asia correspondent jonathan head reports from kuala lumpur the day that began with a shock election result few hit expected ended with cheers for the ninety two year old man who'd made it possible that he returned from being sworn in as prime minister matia muhammed who retired fifteen years ago after running the country for more than two decades is back this time at the head of an opposition movement whose members he wants harrison's jailed but which he recently joined to help them out his successor naji razzaq whom he accused of shaming malaysia with his corruption malaysia has never experienced a political transition before dr mattia began his with a warning to the outgoing prime minister that he now faces possible prosecution.

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Well we're starting off on a new footing this is a wonderful thing that he released the folks early that was a big thing very important to me and i really think we have a very good chance of doing something very meaningful and if anybody would have said that five years ago ten years ago even a year ago said that stop possible so a lot i will say this a lot of very good things have happened so that's president donald trump in the middle of a q and a session on the tarmac after at andrews air force maryland very early in the morning and he's surrounded by a us administration officials by the first lady melania trump and by these three men in their fifties and sixties detained for between one and three years in north korea and now released by kim jong un into the hands of the secretary of state that is mike pompeo so he's very pleased and and talking about you know essentially what a what a significant move this is for the trump administration and speaking to kim yes talking about his warmest respects to the parents of a previous dates detainee in north korea talking about how pompeo has done a fantastic job good chance of doing something meaningful with kim he says let's get some our other breaking news stories top new stories shabby carolina and malaysia we begin in malaysia where the ruling coalition has lost power for the first time in sixty years this is the opposition under the leadership of former premium muhammed has pulled off a stunning upset bloomberg's has armand says markets were expecting incumbent naji razzaq to remain in power a victory for mahatma could dramatically change the political environment in malaysia at ninety two he came out of retirement to bring prominence raza and his government down after four out of a myriad of issues including the one md corruption scandal and the rising cost of living in malaysia at a news conference mahathir said he hopes to be sworn in today in.

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello welcome back to the thought show on the bbc world service with me jordan dunbar and with me lizzy mcneil coming up how to challenge the mental biases that tend to lead us astray when we think about the state of development it's often better than we imagine plus victims of romance fraud why are they susceptible to the con stewart that's all coming up in a moment but first a summary of the world news bbc news with neil nunez israel's as it has attacked dozens of iranian targets in syria including weapons stores missile launches and intelligence facilities the strikes came in response to what it said was a rocket attack by iranian revolutionary guards on its positions in the golan heights the israeli statement said syrian air defense systems are also struck after they fired despite being warned not to engage the winning candidate in malaysia's election mahachi mohammed has staked his claim to form a government after his stunning victory over his former protege naji razzaq the ninety two year old said any delay would be disastrous for the country earlier the outgoing prime minister najah razzaq said he accepted the verdict of the people but cast doubt on whether dr mahato had upon entry majority the three americans released by north korea on wednesday have landed at andrews air force base outside washing they're being greeted by president trump the white house said the men were freed as a gesture of goodwill ahead of the planned meeting between mr trump and north korea's leader kim jong on the former head of am buying one of china's largest insurance companies has been sentenced to eighteen years in prison for fraud and embezzlement we'll share who was detained last year state media said the court also ordered more than one and a half billion dollars to be confiscated from him officials in kenya say adm bust after heavy rain overnight causing huge destruction and at least ten deaths the breach happened in the town of salah north west of nairobi hundreds have been left homeless the royal bank of scotland has agreed a four point nine billion dollar settlement with us regulators to end a probe into its actions in the run up to the financial crisis of two thousand eight arby said most of it would be covered by money already set aside that's the latest bbc news you're listening to the thought show on the bbc world service i'm jordan dunbar and i'm not mcneil coming up white fraudsters target.

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Will be handed it makes perfect sense for it to happen that way and you know he i think they would believe they need some sort of good news because to tell the truth even here in south korea there's a lot of concern that pulling out of the iran nuclear deal might have actually damage the chances of north korea getting up its own nuclear weapons i mean you can imagine if you're kim jong un why would you now believe washington when it says it will do this or do that in exchange for north korea giving up its nuclear weapons and australia and opposition senator katie ganic has become the latest politician to be removed from office for falling foul of a constitutional ban on dual nationals serving in parliament his sydney correspondence how will griffith australia's constitutional crisis rumbled on since july with politicians including then deputy prime minister found to be in breach of the law latest round of departures follows a ruling on the case of senator katy gallagher which said she didn't renounce her british citizenship in time for the two thousand sixteen election she has resigned and four others in a similar position followed suit most are likely to seek reelection but questions over the constitution remain with a six month inquiry into whether the law should be changed world news from the bbc several large explosions have rocked parts of the afghan capital kabul police in the west of the cities have their fighting militants in an area close to a security compound local media reported an explosion there followed by intense gunfire further explosions within heard elsewhere in the city malaysians are voting in a tightly fought general election the scandal ridden prime minister naji razzaq's ruling coalition has been dogged by corruption scandal rising living costs and increased ethnic tensions he's facing a challenge from his old mental and predescessor the ninety two year old mahattaya muhammad jonathan head is in the capital kuala lumpur it is absolutely astonishing what she mahathir muhammad i can't imagine many people twenty years younger with the same amount of energy this is the man who dominated not just malaysia he was such an extraordinary personality dominated the region when he was prime minister in.

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"naji razzaq" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"naji razzaq" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The north koreans that china's view on things can be trusted he ruled malaysia for many years but could the ninety two year old former prime minister mahattaya hammered out to secure another term and office or voting is underway in the general election with the governing coalition led by the prime minister naji razzaq facing its toughest challenge in decades outside a polling station this voter was optimistic my hope is peaceful and all nations will exercise their constitutional and come out and jonathan head who's in kuala lumpur told us more about the fierce rivalry between the two former allies dr mahathir mohamed is the great elder statesman of malaysia he seemed very much as they creator of a modern malaysia he was prime minister for twenty two years has come out of retirement at the age of ninety two it's staggering to watch him because he is remarkably healthy for that age abandoned his party and turned on prime minister najib razak the man he helped put into his job nine years ago to lead the opposition replete with ironies because he's now finds himself in alliance and opposition with anwar ibrahim another former protege who he turned on the late nineteen ninety s and whom he put in prison they were the bitterest rivals but then now together in this oughta lions in desperate attempts to break the six decades long monopoly on power they say because i've talked to my accuses prime minister not cheap of record corruption of extraordinary cronyism soak increasing grip on power has to be broken it's been a very very intense campaign lots of personal attacks by by both sides prime minister najib has fired back this is the opposition is an alliance of convenience that would crack up in power and that is untested and unreliable so it's been very very strong we're still very unclear how it's gonna turn out at the end of the day so briefly is there an appetite for political change in malaysia and is this going to be a free and fair election there is an appetite for change in many areas particularly urban areas where most malaysians now live but the way in which.

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