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Extremist Prejudice: Rebranding Navalny

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:57 min | Last week

Extremist Prejudice: Rebranding Navalny

"A ruling is expected today from a moscow court that would designate the movement of jailed. Opposition leader alexei navalny terrorist organization on friday. Mr navalny ended a twenty four day. Hunger strike that had carried him to the brink of death as he insisted on being seen by his own doctors across russia his supporters had faced arrest as they protested in moscow. They chanted freedom to novella and let the doctors in the increasing repression of those protesters and the threat of rebranding of the opposition as extremists come. As president vladimir putin's approval numbers continued to sink. The world wondered last week what he would do with. The hundred thousand troops massed at the border with ukraine. In the end they were pulled back. that's rattling and the poll. Numbers are all intimately connected to the threat. Now post to the group led by mr putin's most effective critic alexei navalny. He's decided to end his son destroyed because he felt the russian authorities have sufficiently satisfied. His demand demand was to be allowed access to independent medical. Care arkady ostrovsky bizarre russia editor. What they have done is they took him into a civilian hospital. He was examined by non prison doctors. There's non prison. Doctors then passed on all the results of his tests to navarre on his own physicians. His own doctors told him that if he didn't stop his hunger strike now they would soon have nobody to treat a all and in his instagram post which he pass through his lawyers he also said he was very moved by all those people who declared hunger strike in solidarity with him. He didn't want to cause other suffering so he thought it was the time given all those things to strike

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Amnesty strips Alexei Navalny of 'prisoner of conscience' status

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:55 min | 2 months ago

Amnesty strips Alexei Navalny of 'prisoner of conscience' status

"There was a time when a figure like alexei navalny might have been able to count on if little else the full-throated support of amnesty international. The russian opposition figurehead would appear to meet. Every definition of a prisoner of conscience imprisoned on exceedingly dubious pretext spy unpleasant authoritarians and slash. With no record of ever having furthered he's caused through perpetrating inciting or suggesting violence however amnesty appear to differ on the basis of remarks made by navalny about immigrants a few years back. Amnesty has announced that whatever they will classify navalny as prisoner of conscience is not one. Join with more on this by mark kelly. Russia analyst and author of several books most recently a short history of russia. Mark festival to this maneuver by amnesty. Aren't they missing the point of prisoner of conscience a little bit that it's not necessary that you actually agree with them. Yeah absolutely and this is definitely something of an own-goal for amnesty. And especially so because it seems to bury much be have been triggered by a campaign or if not orchestrated by the kremlin but certainly sort of very much augmented by kremlin friendly. Voices in on social media does hurt navarre only at all it. Does i mean we go. To realize that the kremlin the moment is trying to portray him as anything but a immoral icon. I mean this wine set of charging him with treason or anything like that. They've gone for embezzlement. And basically he's dismissing a great patriotic war veteran and this is going to be an ready. It is being magnified by the russian state media as if it somehow amnesty deciding that novell abadan of course amnesty saying they still think that he should not be imprisoned so forth but that kind of nuance doesn't matter. So the kremlin is definitely gonna use this for it's worth which part of the russian electorate public does this stuff play with though i mean the charges against navalny especially that one. You alluded to of having insulted a veteran of the great patriotic. I mean that's absurd even if true that you would put somebody in the dark for that. The point is this is a long game. Let's be honest. Nevada is going to be in prison for at least two and a years. and what. the substandard kremlin tactic. They basically throw so much mud that even if each individual charge is when you look at it pretty ridiculous at some point just begins to sift into the subconscious of of many of the potential electric. Who aren't really people following the news in detail. They not committed inobound nights. They just went on the they. Just get unsensitive. Oh yeah you know what there will lose court. Cases wasn't their rulers allegations. The hope is that it'll stick again. It's not a sophisticated tactic but they hope is that skin. They have so much control over the media and probably a couple of years to do it. They can black and his reputation before he ever sees the light of day. We have talked before about the strategic sense of this from your vladimir putin on the russian regimes point of view as like why you would turn valley into the center of a circus rather than just ignore him. They hoping though that if he is sent to the salt pile fluently for at least two and a half years that he will just be forgotten about. Definitely the idea. I mean again. They hope is that this way he just simply becomes someone who again used to be someone now. Of course. The difficulty is the moment they have him in a top security prison within a prison. In due course he's going to have to go out and presumed me to just an ordinary prison or in this case a penal colony which is how the russians classify that their prisons and at that point. You know there is the chance that he will have access to whether it's sort of illegal cell phones that he can send out the message and so forth so the there is going to be this constant narrative struggle navanly's people want to keep his memory alive. They want to make into a current thing. The kremlin indu course will want to make him into just some past figure who gets forgotten the you. You have responded to the persecution of nevada by imposing some sanctions which do more symbolic than anything else navalny's supporters unsurprisingly asking the eu to expand those sanctions but is there anything the eu can realistically do in the sanctions department which is going to Compel russia to adjust their behavior. Navales concern because russia can't back down now right valley's going to the penal colony for at least two and a half years yes. There's no real question about that but look sanctions are more than anything else about political symbolism and when you just assigned to go for four fairly obvious candidates who basically have no property in the eu. And unlike we're unlikely to becoming to holiday in the south of france the symbolism the message you're giving is basically we have done the least possible we really don't want to get involved in this if the e you had come up with with a much more robust package of measures. Of course it wouldn't have meant. The putin would suddenly have quake in his boots. Before ios it burrell and reversed his policy but it would have said look. We do take this seriously. We will consist on adding costs to your actions. The trouble is at the moment that actually what they basically said is quite the opposite. The russia obviously does hope that we've out navan the as its figurehead than the protest movement that he leads will just sort of dwindle. Evaporate and disappear. Is that light clear. The discussions about how the rage could be maintained. I mean i'm thinking back to those color revolutions in eastern europe in the early part of this century in one of the reasons or one of the ways they succeeded as that they were substantially lead a loose so the authorities seeking to suppress the movements. Didn't really know who they should cart off. Yeah absolutely and this is one of the problems. I mean they pass. The opposition has had the great virtue of his finger navalny as figurehead because he's very charismatic and effective but now they novelli shaped hole and really echo three ways. They could indeed dwindle all it could. Well be that we will find new leaders. Arising i mean it might be as in belarus that actually you'll find for example navales wife emerging as a new figure all others who can basically fill that role. The third possibility is though if this movement which is essentially very much it's nonviolent. It's political if this fails then there is also the risk that actually people become more radicalized. They feel that we. We tried everything we could within the system. We're going to have to try and go without the system. And i think this is the moment we actually have. No idea. notice the kremlin which way it'll go

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Oxford University To Begin Trial On Mixed Vaccines

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Oxford University To Begin Trial On Mixed Vaccines

"The university of oxford is to start to trial combining vaccines made by astrazeneca. And it's an order to introduce more flexibility and speed in vaccinating the world but it comes to switzerland has said it needs more data before it approves the oxford astor's annika job despite both the uk and the eu not only approving it but fighting last week over. Getting hold of enough doses. Let's hear from dr chris smith monocle twenty health and science correspondent. Good morning chris. Good to have you back. How does this work then when you combine to actions well this technique is good hetero lagos vaccination quantum mouthful. But what it basically means. Is you give persons one jab of one time and then a bit later on after three four weeks twelve weeks you give them a totally different vaccine. But also on the designed to program the immune system against coronavirus. We've been doing this thing fractured decades for different kinds of infections. And it works really well and the reason. It probably works very well. Is that when you go to school and you learn your lessons you then learn how much you've learned when you sit in the exam whole basically it's knowledge but it's being applied tested and stressed in a different way and it sort of similar with how the immune response works to Seeing one kind of stimulus decry navarre's than another one. And you make them much more. Resilient and robust response that way or at least not as the theory that's the outstanding knowledge. We haven't tried it with krona var so to make sure that what we assume is happening. That's why the government is putting forward this seven million initiative to find

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After Shopping And Shipping Crush Come Record Returns

Morning Edition

03:39 min | 4 months ago

After Shopping And Shipping Crush Come Record Returns

"Beginning of the year is the traditional time for fresh starts. New resolutions and returning gifts. You didn't want its peak season for online returns in this story. NPR's Alina Cell Yoke introduces us to a word that's new to me. Returns. My getting The end of the year. You think it would be the time when stores and retail companies could finally exhale from the crush of holiday shopping? But for many, it's just the beginning. This is the calm before the storm. From our perspective. Marcus Jenna's chief operating officer at B stock, which helps stores resell the returns, and January is when the big wave of those returns comes crashing in. Right after the big wave of shopping, Shin says, returns in the first place give people confidence to buy stuff. Online sight unseen returns really are highly correlated to sales. But then the more stuff we buy, the more of it is likely to get sent back and this holiday season so record setting sales, causing the 2020 ship McGee, Aiden, overwhelming postal and delivery services. So what comes next is a record setting volume of returns, which Twitter mavens of retail have been trying to call returns. My gettin doesn't really roll off the tongue, right? We're all just trying to figure out a nice way to talk about this stuff. Whatever you call it. The phenomenon is real. This year surveys air, finding the majority of shoppers planning to return at least some of their holiday gift. Nerve are which handles shipping and returns for hundreds of brands, predicts twice as many returns this year compared to last here CEO Amid Sharma and I would estimate just in the shipping cost for retailers. To get those items back. It's going to be over billion dollars over a billion dollars. Sharma says. A few trends feed into the surge of returns, and the first is pretty straightforward during the pandemic. More shoppers are buying online instead of in stores and things we buy without seeing or touching. Get returned Much more frequently in general, is 4 to 5 Times higher returns in online channel was his instruction, especially in the apparel and footwear, clothes and shoes. He says 30 to 40% of them might get returned. And there's one thing in particular that online shoppers have been doing a lot, especially during the pandemic by the same item, either in different size or in different color or style, with an intention off, keeping one and returning the other items. This is expensive for retailers who call it wardrobe being or bracketing. My favorite analogy came from Kerry's ate at warehouse robotics company Locus who says it's modern day Goldilocks. I called the three Bears concept. They're ordering a size up in a size down, but they find the one that's just right and the other two items, then our return. This has been going on for us long as online stores allowed free or relatively cheap returns. But This year in a pandemic with fewer opportunities to check things out in person. Even more shoppers discovered this option. Also, more people have been trying new stores, which means shopping at places that never visited before unsure of sizing and quality. And finally, Sharma from Navarre says they're sorry. Found one more reason. Pandemic weight changes almost 40% off. Customers have mentioned that their sizes have changed during covert time. And hence there buying multiple items making sure they fit very 2020 excuse for shopping like Goldilocks. Alina, Sell you NPR news.

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"navarre" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

04:48 min | 5 months ago

"navarre" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"They don't know that they're violating accords. Also if people are dropping out of the sky from the past all the time which they apparently are why is it such a big deal when they do and nobody seems to have mentioned. Oh yes somebody else fell out of the sky this thing that happened before we get travelers all the time. Here's what we do with time travelers. everybody knows it's possible and yet they're treating discovery like it's some kind of circus freak and it's like. Oh no they're romulus has got one of those too so it's like we have a whole can we also have hoc. Could it be that maybe because navarre was so secretive especially when serb like earth when they pulled away from the federation put up a bunch of walls or his mind in this case that they were just like. We're not gonna tell anybody anything including the secret. Time traveler that we have now ingratiated. The only human who has seemingly living on navarre.

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Mavericks & Legends: Isabella of France

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:32 min | 1 year ago

Mavericks & Legends: Isabella of France

"And contested figures in English history. Let's talk about Lean Isabella of France. Isabella was born in twelve. Ninety five she was the only surviving daughter of Philip. The fourth King of France and his wife Joan. The I of Navarre Isabella had three older brothers. Who at Various Times all reigned as kings of France or Navarre? Isabella was twelve years old when she went to England and married Edward the second a month later pair was crowned King and Queen of England. Isabela was too young to participate in English politics. At first she soon became known for her intelligence and diplomatic skills. Those skills were vital when mounting tensions between the king and lower nobility erupted Edwards favorite nopal. Here's Galveston was murdered in thirteen. Twelve by Jealous Barons. Who believed he'd become arrogant? Violence could have escalated quickly. But Isabella's smooth things over and for some time. Her diplomacy worked. Shortly after Galveston's murder Isabella gave birth to her. First Child. Edward of Windsor. She would give birth to three more children over the next step role. Years leader rumors claimed that Isabella and Edward had a troubled marriage from the start. That wasn't the case. They were a relatively happy functional. Couple until Edward chosen new favorite Noble House and the thirteen twenties Edward through his adoration at the Dispenser Family. A father and son do. The king had a particular affinity for Hugh Dispenser. The younger would married one of his nieces and thirteen o six and was appointed as his chamberlain in thirteen eighteen. The Dispenser Family was despised by many in the royal court. Were Hughes arrogance. Greed and excessive wealth Isabella in particular hated and feared them and Hugh may have contributed to some of the relationship woes Isabella and her husband when England went to war with Isabella's brother Charles. The Fourth of France Edward started to treat as it felt like an outsider and confiscated her lands in March thirteen twenty five Edward Sent Isabella to France to negotiate. Peace with Charles. Thanks once again. To her diplomatic skill the talks were a success Edwards set his and Isabella's thirteen year old son Edward of Windsor to perform the final ceremony. The agreement with her son the heir to the throne under her control in France. Isabella saw an opportunity. She offered her husband an ultimatum. Isabella refused to return home. Unless King Edward Removed Dispenser From Court and allowed her to return to her royal duties as normal. The king refused so Isabella state in France while there she started an affair with an English baron named Roger Mortimer who had escaped from prison after being arrested for leading a rebellion against the king together. Roger and Isabella formed a political alliance and decided the time had come to overthrow the king. Isabella's secured ships money and troops patrolling her son to a Belgian noble. It's September thirteen twenty six Isabella in with an army of mercenaries and exiled nobles. Many of the king's supporters joined her side right away including his two half brothers and his cousin. The dispensers were quickly captured and executed parliament force. King Edward the second to abdicate his throne to his fourteen year old son in January thirteen. Twenty seven Edward. The third began his reign. He wasn't yet of age so the country was ruled by a Regency Council. Isabela and Roger weren't officially part of that council but they seemingly had to factor ruling power and considerable influence for several years. Eventually Isabella and Roger Mortimer became as unpopular as the king before them in thirteen thirty Edward. The third ordered the arrest and execution of Roger Mortimer and sent his mother into retirement. Is it Ella? France passed away in thirteen fifty today. Many see Queen Isabella as a historical seductress who led her male victims to their dooms plays and novels painted her as a cruel

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'Are we all going to die?' We answer kids' questions!

Coronacast

06:54 min | 1 year ago

'Are we all going to die?' We answer kids' questions!

"We heard there were lots of kids who had questions about crew Navarre's so we asked you to send them in and hundreds of you did. This episode is for them. Sorry if you have a little one in your life together have a listen and hopefully this will make things a little clearer. We're GonNa try and answer as many as we can today so let's get started. High analysts said that an Foia Zolt analysis can know what that the crying advised? Look like recurrent viruses is so tiny that you can't see it without a special microscope but if you look at it through that microscope it looks like a little bowl with spunky things will petrels coming out of it and the first scientists who looked at these viruses thought that they looked a bit like the outside layer of the sun which is cold. It's Khurana so in another language code. Latin Corona means crown. So if you look at the picture for this podcast you can get an idea of. What the corona virus might look if it was big enough to see it's like a spiky bowl hike earner cost my name is Quincy and. I am from Adelaide. My question is how do they test people for Corona virus? And how do they keep the people who are testing from getting it by two really good questions? Quincy how they do. Is they poodles swap out into knows that goes right down to the back of your throat as well. Because you news connects with your throat. And the swirl around a little bit to pick up secretions and then the test. Those secretions looking for the virus. Actually don't for the virus itself they actually look for the genes the genetic code on the virus they multiplied and if they find the genetic code for the virus they say that you're in fainted and how they keep people testing from getting the virus. They wear what's called personal protective equipment? So the they're waiting. Full gear gowns covering them masks and sometimes goggles and gloves. So that they don't get infected so the protect the people from getting the infection. Hi I'm rocket nine eleven. I'm from Ballantyne New South Wales and my question is why the neighbor was the corona of ours. And how do I know what's true and what's not people are worried? And sometimes when people are worried they share information trying to be helpful. But it's not always true and also there sometimes people out there who share fake stuff on purpose because they're trying to cause trouble and so the best way to figure out what's true and what's not is to figure out what sources you can trust and just into will raid them. The best sources are going to be based on what scientists are telling us through the research that they're doing so the best thing for you to do as a kid talk to. Your parents will talk to adults you trust and work out with them how to figure out what sources seem trustworthy and follow those. Hi I'm Lisa. I'm eight years old and I'd like to know how to scientists come up with vaccines for new viruses like curve in Nineteen Gordon. I was really frightened coming into this one. Teagan we get questions and sure enough. We are great question Lee. So maybe for everybody out just explain what. A vaccine is a vaccine fines. Apart of a germ that you can inject into people safe late. So they don't get the disease and that it stimulates your immune system which is a bit like an army and it stimulates this army to fight the infection when it comes in so the army remembers the infection from the vaccine and the army is ready to go and should the infection. Come in Jerem coming after that. The army marches to attack it and get rid of it now. The trouble with viruses is that it's it's hard sometimes to develop a vaccine which is safe which doesn't give you the infection itself. So what they do for covered nineteen whether recovered nineteen is finding different ways to marshal the army to get the army to remember the covered. Nineteen so this remembers covered nineteen so when it sees covered nineteen it goes and attacks and fires all the guns at it in a way that is safe so you're not going to get the infection so one way they're doing it in. Australia is find a little bit of the virus and hold it down as if they're holding it down with a set of tweezers. We're talking about things that are so small You'd need very special microscopes to see it and the hold it down and then the train the army against that little bit of the virus hoping that that little bit of the is enough to for the army to recognize the rest of it and the the general vaccine to that little bit of the S- called RN e in the viruses run former material. Another vaccine that they're developing overseas in Boston actually gets one of the messengers that takes messages cell from one part of the cell to the other to tell the army to generate an immune response and they're generating vaccine which puts in a messenger into the cells to tell the cells to generate an an immune response to covered nineteen virus when it comes in and they're all sorts of technologies like that which are really new technologies that have never been developed before really exciting and one or two of them are probably. GonNa turn up with a really good vaccine from brisk this. Why can't we have taught me to lenny? Everyone's doing the very best. They can to stop spreading germs. So as few people get sick as possible so we know that one of the why this virus spreads is through touching people who have it and sometimes people can be seen and not know it yet. So if you're living in the same house of someone and not seek its. Arcada have hugs with him. But if you're not living in the same house as someone that's why maybe just taking a break from having hugs with them for the moment. The good news is that this won't last forever. Scientists are working really hot to find a way to protect people from corona virus. And once they do. We can get back to hugging friends again. Hi I'm abby and I'm nine I have asked my like many other kids and I've heard deflategate current a virus when you have asthma. Your symptoms can be worth wise that abby. Good question to three things. I'll say so your age ten not to get very severe disease from from covered nineteen thousand. Don't tell you don't tend to get very sick. Says the first reassuring thing you can pass onto other people. So that's why we're trying to isolate everybody but you tend not to get to seek. So that's a that's good news and it's also good news for your Asmaa because if you're not going to get to seek in your asked me makes it a little bit. Worse is only a little bit worse off. You know a mild illness. Oh you wouldn't be too worried. I think older people. I'm talking about people at your grandparents age. They're more risk and if they've got severe asthma real problem for them but for everybody with asthma. You just gotta get your small under really good control now and I and I don't know what you're on but you people are sometimes on a blue puffer to help them before the take some exercise and there's sometimes on a brown kind of power which settles down the inflammation in your lungs. If you're taking too much of the blue puffer and you're using the blue puffer a lot during the day that's a sign

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The Basque Carnivals

Travel with Rick Steves

06:24 min | 1 year ago

The Basque Carnivals

"Let's start with a look at the Mardi Gras and Carnival celebrations going on in Basque country. The customs and street parties will vary from town to town one of the oldest cultures in Europe. The Basques include some interesting public festivities in the days leading up to the fasting period of length traditions. That sometimes go back further than anyone can remember for a peek at how they do carnival in Basque country. We're joined by Claire Noah. She's from Hess Barron in the French Basque country and a Gustin lives in San Sebastian. On the Spanish side of the border. Welcome Claire and Augustine. Thank you very much so first of all. You're both from best country. Claire who are the Basques just very briefly and the basket is one of the oldest civilization in Europe and we are divided on those two parts one in France in another Barton Spain and Augustine. Those the language of Basque people yes. We speak Basque language which we call Skater. Who Scatter I WANNA talk about. Carnival carnival basically is the blow out before lent that leads up to Holy Week and Easter. It goes way back to even pre Christian Times on trying to get through the winter and there's a hope for resurrection for new crops in the fields for the end of the hunger time and the darkest depths of winter. I think the meat was going to go bad. And they had to eat it. All or something or carnival. Carney is the word meat and that led up to forty days of denial lent and then Easter so we know Mardi Gras in New Orleans. That's basically fat Tuesday in French. And IT'S CARNIVAL TIME RIGHT. Turn tell me about carnival. Because it's a big deal in Basque country. A Gustin what is carnival in your perspective. As a person in Basque country we have to waste of Celebrating carnival the more more than Christian celebrations. There are more popular on the Spanish side on the more traditional Pagan celebrations. That you can find in the past country of France. The difference is the recent history. I mean this pagan celebrations were banned by the dictator Franco for thirty five years He banned the use of the language and all kind of Celebrations related to pass or and this was banned. Sue was probably lost the in that time. So let me get this straight. You've got Basque culture. Which is a lot of ways? The same in France and in Spain but carnival is a mix of Christian and pagan traditions. And when you see these crazy creatures jumping up and down in Europe in many cultures it's pre Christian and it's a way to integrate the the indigenous religion in ancient times with the Christian. The newer religion and Franco was allied very carefully with the Catholic Church in Spain. He didn't want any pagan influence in the Spanish Basque country so he said this is a Christian festival none of that Pagan stuff but in France they were more free to have let loose with the pagan craziness. Correct correct Franco considered himself the highest representation of the Catholic Church and turn the country into a religious state Now clear I would imagine in France. Then you have some pretty wild costumes when people dress up during carnival especially where the Pagans go crazy in the French side of the border. What is the carnival? Can you just were on radio but paint a picture for look like for me? It's colorful with many natural things so we will have flowers leaves and we will have ribbons. We will have a chilling chuck which is a small bells everywhere. So you have to hear the carnival and you have to say it's an explosion. Okay of joy. It's just a moment where you go out from last year and everything that went wrong and you wish something really good for the next one so you just have to explodes yourself and just let it go. Go out with your animal part of you. Let your animal free and you're inside and we all have this side in so we have just. This is the perfect moment just to and then you start again so you dress up. There's music there's staying up all night. What's going on in different places? You've got different carnivals into French part of the Basque country three provinces for example Nepali which is really famous. You've got cash Celtic. So those people are going from house to house every weekend before carnival low even after they go to each house. They had get to know the neighborhood. So it's kind of ritual and they'll go to every house they sing. They play music. They DANCE. They share several cups of wine. And then it's a big party the tired but it's it's really nice. This is so interesting because I've been going to the best country for a long time and I have to be honest. I feel there's more character and enthusiasm in Spain because the French Basques are more French to me. More controlled by Peres but here on carnival. You let that ask animal that when you hear Claire. Talking about that from the Spanish Basque side on Carnival do you relate to have an animal you're gonNA lose all And fortunately now we have just a couple of little towns in the north of Navarro which are having the celebration in which the these men are carrying big belts that are bouncing and making big noise. Dig Like cowbells accounting. Yes huge cultures. A lot of this You know animal caretaking in the Malki. As the purpose of it is to wake the nature awake. The youth. Springtime is communist very much related to the end of winter. Welcome in the New Year and also we can in the nature and the spring is coming. So he's very much really. That's something you can see in two different towns in the north of Pamplona Navarre and also a couple of towns in the area outside San Sebastian. When I think of eastern Spain anyways I think of processions solemn processions like in savvy and so on some Amazon Too Holy Week Carnival feels a little more. Just apart and in. Holy Week is more sacred. Yes especially in the spiny side. You'RE GONNA see is big. Parades like you'd like him to turn off taller than most popular. One people go from all the areas. Go and see this parade. Our guest from Basque country are Agustin Cerita from San Sebastian Spain and Claire. Moya from aspirin a little town outside zone in the southwest corner of France.

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VAR Gives Chelsea the Blues

ESPN FC

12:36 min | 1 year ago

VAR Gives Chelsea the Blues

"Interesting way do we stop for today's game because obviously massive result for Manchester United but it feels like a match that was defined by those decisions looking table. Five points on the ninth and seventy arsenal as everybody. Back into the mix is for where we start. Just go over a few things quickly. Chelsea one one in six in the League manager having a brief please exacly the goalkeeper again. Well they copy understaffed that again. We'll talk about the reasons not plan. You may say definitely has You know gives you the confidence. Go Cuban behind you and really copier was way over his left for the false goal. Checks cut score struggle scoring. And all the good play on the English officiate in Var is just an absolute utter shambles on talk without you say the afterward this because it did win. The point through them chronic. Let's start with the Harry. Maguire one McGuire off the game said basically he could see by try was falling on him so he put his leg up to stop him falling on a guy who set off given some story to make it to make it sound reasonable decision. They made the truth. Does he kicked caught by. Its Way and a painful position and I don't understand the controversy because it's straightforward any normal human being anybody who's entity football should see that surveyed cow then. He's not given as a joke. Mate rarely the head of the p. g. m. oil an England. The referees should fall on has sold off the back of vest season alone onto the Taylor was at referee that Raffray game when hung homeland son was sent off. That was he missed that one as well but it was officiated by Var. It was very similar. Motion Offi win because as a dispiriting. Navarre is the crux of the matter. Here because antenna Taylor said it. Before as the on field official the game should be refereed by the onfield official. He was in a game he was with instant. Harpen five yards from the monitor from the very thing. That might really doesn't want the referees to go and look because it's taken up too much time it was five yards from the Monitor. It can poke the Cross and then a concession decision between the cows I mean as frightened the stubbornness and ignorance of these officials in England. Just a quick poll from the boys. Frank Red card view on Harry Maguire. Yes of course. I have nothing to say more than what the Guy said you know? I've been a defender and you you ego works when when in fact somebody pushes you and you get out and the funding start to to laugh at you and you have a reaction. And that's exactly what McGuire. He was upset but it goes but surely pushed him and the and when he saw me kicked him stretch his leg and he's a straight red card. We go a little bit. Further than Craig is going is the guy who washed the war. Don't understand football in never played football. If he would have played football it would have understand that it was a clear foul from McGuire. Read one hundred percent I think Russia is on and it was his decision in the first half as well which was real bizarre. One when William Yellow Car took Puno Fernandez on dropped the shoulder. Tony little step over went to the byline clear. Foul and the referee gave will end the yellow card for diving and it was almost an and the boys are absolutely right and Craig's absolutely spots on it. That was the perfect chance for Anthony. Taylor who's a couple of yards away from the monitor just to go and double check just freeze on sanity. If you like just to double check the situation it was a definite kick out higher. Guan Yu exactly what he was doing and it was. I think it's I think it's clear everyone. That was a clear red card. What about the disallowed goal in the second half that we saw? Chelsea thought they made the breakthrough dawn thing thought the again the guy is sitting there in Vr. And the and the decision when it's when it's fast and furious all young girls of it and it was very easy to spot and I don't know what the solution is because these are easy decisions. Sometimes I feel as you should have a next pro. You know in your room but it doesn't really make any sense saying I'm calling myself because the guys inveigh Autzen. I would see quite clearly see that Fred was the first one that pushed asprilla Quetta. He then falls into into Brandon Williams and then everyone assumes up Brandon Williams is being fouled but the first foul and the first push came from from Frank de agree. I totally agree. I think the guy in the wars wearing the Manchester t shirt in. Because if you don't WanNa see McGuire you cannot avoid seeing what Fred did. Fred pushed spirit. Who didn't have anything to do? But Pushing William so it's nonsense of course nature desk grace eight because I was. I'm a former Jesse. Players have people who are GONNA say he wants to defend Chelsea. None of which you did. Well they were courageous APPREC-. They did a good pressure pressing on my on. Chelsea deplete very well that game but the ref give them the game. The Ref the guy in of all the revenue done look at the Monitor but the Guy Lavar give them begin in this way. Like with sat here for guys discussing the same incident and it's rare where everybody agrees so wholeheartedly about it. Sometimes you could say well I could. Maybe see what the officials saw here but on this occasion and it's not anti united buyers or anything like that it just seem well day the officials you have to accept we brought br vow was brought in so the decisions that were that. Were wrong the maiden such. It's not decision would be fixed. We get VR and somebody looking at that monitor. Still can't see it. There's nowhere else to go and this is. This is what was stolen. And we've seen a lot of people crying vars ruining the Game Games gone. But this isn't vast phone if you're showing an official what we've all seen and he comes to that conclusion as that's nothing to do with David. Technology is to do with human interpretation. This is a simple debate. Whether you're wearing a red shirt of mandated as a foreigner a Bushel of jealousy. This is this is not. This is an impartial debate. Because it's so simplistic and the decisions. No when we were watching the Zuma goal I think we all say they're going to chop off because that's what it lake no that the reason technology here's is for people like us and people like the referee and people that support the whole when the effect of CD something as technology goes Bot and goes. Oh Ho. Let's clarify. There's something else in there and as soon as we saw push we all went. Well he's pushed anti is going is going to give the goal. Yeah and when he doesn't flabbergasted let me go back to your point or colleague made us not here and I'm not having to go with a discussion with VR and looking at monitors six months ago and Preto. An jokingly said we have to get used to looking at monitors referee and looking at replays. Now for what the hell was it talking about here but as it turns out the saw the job the saw think when it comes to understanding as an AFO that was right. Yeah these primarily griff rhys who by the way no it'd be seen at the two thousand eighteen World Cup because they were good enough cannot even luke a replay and give a sensible decision. That's a worry and the so-called dancers league in the world governing in France. They are worse than that. So it's a big forum. I think reference the afternoon out to understand football and the tricks of the players. Okay away from officials way from von. Let's talk about the significant this significance of this result Song Chelsea. Yeah because as you mentioned Kappa dropped again batch y starting when he just looks completely out of form as you're at least gave you a little something when he came off the bench. Justice called the government. We Chelsea goalkeeper is crystal clear. That Frank Lampard has a beef with CAPA-. I believe I understand. He wants he doesn't like him. I'm not as it doesn't seem as a goalkeeper. It doesn't think is good enough and he wants a moat. The Chelsea worried that if she held a fortune on this guy and hence the massive. So there's a fight going on what literally speaking as a fight between lobbing the ball that moment so when you do that then because clearly. It's so tight that you're gonNA have to play your best players. I mean she may finish in the top five. Or so yeah. It's it's Monday so when you make that fight with the bald as it seems to be winning because when you're not winning games you put yourself under more pressure on. That's an interest will cape what was going to come back and today then I'm not saying that's why be loss but he's a clear fi on with the ball that jail if they don't want to financial laws and he signed these road. That's fine when you winning games regular then not moment. Hammond and I talked to be creek. What an argument about whether y plays as you replace a was well the truck by the door by Schwab hustled a goal knauss two games and because he stand he's GonNa start him false quick said to me that is mental. If you want to get in the top four and you play your best. Yeah no I argued still will argue about it but what you cannot argue about. Its when you're putting somebody like Caballero and ahead of kappa. The difference between by Schwab is minimal in my opinion but the difference between Caballero and Carepa is a car and you saw in the forest goal show is a hundred percent all the B. B. Stable. Not play the best people got it done. Frank Lampard twentieth fats. During wrong he is content. There was a number things than I did. The kappa one's a bizarre one. Because the guys are right. It doesn't fancy kept. The middleman is obviously a check who's think sporting director or performance coach. I think one of the very highest level. So he's obviously in favor of capital because he finds Zuma's Gawky thinks he's really good despite a record fee for him so that's where that's where the dilemmas coming from on the pitch tonight thought competition with Suppo the best part but Chelsea was so imbalanced down the left hand. Side Reese James. Spent it right back enough. Liquid applied at left back and every time they went down the left inside cutting back on his right foot and you know. Lonzo is sitting on the bench tonight. So it's easy. In hindsight brothel. There was a guy. Maybe you could have bought one for more balanced and does your rude. Botch y wants a massive debate. Why because of his legs and what you can offer 'em behind is a midfield player. You'd WanNa play Giroud all day long. Because he's a good presence holds the ball really well and you bring these Midfield Plaza into the game. Meanwhile voiced. We've got to give credit. You GotTa sign for Bridge you win. No matter what the officials or whatever happens you got the job done and you all very much rate champions. They go and the race teams ray so say And they're one of them It's not a great Jason. Black has to be said in Chelsea showing cracks. The interesting thing is we've we've been very critical of has been critical socio the front paws. GonNa if he doesn't get this team from that position they were in over the

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Trump Says Trade War With China Could Drag On

Squawk Pod

06:48 min | 1 year ago

Trump Says Trade War With China Could Drag On

"President trump sent a shockwave through the markets after announcing a trade deal with China might make more sense after the twenty twenty on election then early this morning as we started squawk box the markets reversed course and indicated to open higher on a Bloomberg report. That people familiar with the matter said the. US and China China are getting closer to agreeing on the amount of tariffs that would be rolled back in a phase one trade deal. This is all happening while. President trump is in London for the seventieth anniversary of NATO's founding and let's get back to Becky I guess there's a lesson from the last twenty four hours. It's every trade headline could swing things in one direction or the other markets gets are watching this waiting to see what happens as we get closer to that December fifteenth deadline for win. Additional tariffs are expected to go on. If there's not a trade deal that's reached yesterday. Yesterday was A little bit of a rough session for stocks the Dow at one point following more than four hundred points before closing down by two hundred and fifty points. That's just worst day since early October. And that tells you a little bit about where we've come in these markets the idea that a one percent pullback. We haven't seen that in over two months. How are we hitting new highs for two three months up to thirty one day or so on the SNP? But I think a lot of that was built on the assumption that you would see if not some trade deal that was done. Additional tariffs on our back to that. We're back we're GONNA supposedly according to this person who knows which persons which campus which we're going to have something by December fifteen th and there will be additional tariffs anyway anyway when it was all said and done we have a two day. One wasn't caught call market trauma. Let's at one point. One point nine percent point nine for all time is one percent for the year one point nine percent down from all time by the way much needed needed it. It's good thing overall. I need more Shaka tree is a what is this. This is not even a I don't know this is like a hangnail. Look equity even psoriasis. Equity exposure exposure has been optimistic for the entire year. You have a friendly fed. That's underneath the market. That's supporting the market. Anytime cautious optimism evolves into extreme stream optimism which over the last couple of weeks. It seems to have. It's good if you temper. That enthusiasm have a little bit of a pullback in the market because that leads you to the next road higher. Let's get the latest trade buzz from Jeffers in Washington who was it. Amen was up from our side and it was at the the more Eh wasn't Navarro. Probably have you think it was Mnuchin or something the source for this Bloomberg piece that we're all talking about this morning yes you know. There's like three senior administration officials who do tend to talk not sure I can name exactly which senior administration officials Bloomberg but they're saying. US China move closer or to trade deal Despite heated rhetoric so that gives you a sense that we might be getting halfway there but a lot of these reports have been giving you the sense that we're getting halfway there and halfway there and halfway there as you know you can go halfway there forever without actually getting there so not clear what this necessarily means. The president is in London then where he has been making headlines about trade during the course of the week a lot of complexities on the global stage here for the president to sort through in London and will watch for those relationships during the course of the day today as we see these further bilateral meetings between the president and European leaders and whether we get any indication from any of those where any of these trade negotiations between the US and the European countries or the US and China where any of that is going to land. Joe There. I guess ascribing some some of president trump's comments or not ascribing but describing them as not necessarily policy but sort of speaking just off the top of his head. That's what we're hearing about the COP off. The COP does a lot of off-the-cuff does he does. And you know in in the way does it. You gotTa Love It. It's like I'm thinking that but I'm not going to say but right after he said it. which is it's just? It's kind of funny question yesterday. I don't want to answer that question. And then he answered the question he did Eh. Makoni is pretty funny to you. GotTa admit where he goes. That was the biggest non-answer you know your. That's why you're such a good politician because you really don't say tense meeting between Emmanuel Macron and big handshake Sanchez to write a squeezy handshake from down to one hundred percent taxes on two point. Four billion worth of French goods will make a relationship a little still thinking thinking about that. Can you still get. I still get French onion soup without without a terrorist. We're so we're GONNA in front of. Ah French fries. Though I saw another potatoes are getting smaller. I saw that today. I don't know whether it's climate change whether it. Hey Ain't you really concern me with getting getting halfway there and then halfway the halfway there because that's asymptotically analysis you will never get there. You realize that you can see where you're you're trying to get and you get closer to eat within a millimeter of getting there. But then you're only by two. Yeah you'll never ever get there. Let's just hope you're wrong about that. I mean that's the question is are we getting. There does indicate some underlying reality or are these just officials sort of talking to reporters on the on the sly one thing that's obscured scared with all the back and forth the Mnuchin wing that Navarre wing is. Is there a deal on the table for the taking if we wanted it right now is there takeoff on the tariffs and buy some. You'll score is that. Is that deal on news. That skinny deal on the table right. I mean it seems like the Chinese would would agree to buy something from the US in exchange for the US holding off on tariffs the question is how many what tariffs and which which of the tit. For Tat responses responses during the course of the year will be rolled back at what time that is much more complicated negotiation but you could imagine that the US was willing to roll back all of its tariff. Eric increases the Chinese would buy some goods call today. But that's not what the president got in this for. That's not what he wants. But let's get to Eunice you in Beijing for the trade bus from China just outlined launched in a bid on what you guys were discussing with aim on that Bloomberg report just based on on versus in China has said they are already thought that they we had an agreement on Tariffs Robak over a month ago. Our about a month ago. I know that's when the commerce ministry if you remember had said that there there is going to be a phase out of these tariffs and said it quite quite a proudly then the next day president trump head backed act away from it. So I think it's probably worth taking this latest report with a grain of salt until the until we actually we see hit

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Witches & Saints: Jeanne d'Albret

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Witches & Saints: Jeanne d'Albret

"Spiritual power throughout history this month or highlighting women who made incredible contributions to and through religions as well as those who were charged and punished for alleged heresies or supernatural abilities today. We're heading back to the sixteenth century. French wars of religion are women. If the day was one of the most powerful female political figures of the period alongside Queen Elizabeth I and Catherine Domenici she played a leading role in the religious conflicts that dominated the second half of the sixteenth century as the acknowledged spiritual ritual and political leader of the French huguenot movement. I'm talking about John. Dall Bray Queen of Navarre John was born in fifteen twenty eight at a royal palace outside of Paris. She was the only child of Marguerite of Navarre King Henry the second Lavar a tiny sovereign Afrin St stuck between France and Spain Henry also claimed sovereignty over a number of territories in the south of France. John's mother Marguerite Greet was an incredibly accomplished woman. She was a celebrated author of courtly novellas and spiritual works and she was also an early patron of the Protestant reformation. John was heavily influenced by her mother and was drawn to reformed Christianity specifically calvinism as well as humanist just thinking in fifteen forty seven John Married Antoine de Bourbon Duke Vendome with whom she had five children. The only to to a son and a daughter survived past childhood after the death of John's father. She antwon ruled jointly over their territories in south southwestern France. John continued to be drawn to protestantism. Even after her mother's death in fifteen forty nine on Christmas Day fifteen eighteen sixty John publicly converted to calvinism and declared calvinism the official religion of her kingdom that made her the highest ranking Protestant Austin in all of France and designated enemy of the Catholic Church and the Catholic Counter Reformation Movement after converting John joined the Huguenot movement in their fight against French Catholics. The HUGH DOTS were an ethnic religious group of French. Protestants concentrated in the south and west of France as their numbers and influence grew. The Hugo knots were persecuted by French Catholics leading to a series of religious conflicts known as the French wars of religion region fought on and off between fifteen sixty two and fifteen ninety eight when war broke out in fifteen sixty two John worked behind the scenes to fund fund the humane what's she used her own vast fortune and mobilized patronage networks. She also used her influence at the French court to plead eight for their cause. Still she stayed pretty publicly neutral during what became known as the first and second wars when the third war broke out in fifteen fifteen sixty eight John faced both the threat of a noble rebellion and Royal French invasion of her territories. She was forced to flee to the hugh. You cannot stronghold of Larochelle on the Atlantic coast of France with her two children into a pond John's arrival she became the de facto leader of the city the and began publicly directing the Protestant insurgency while and La Rochelle Genre letters to foreign rulers sympathetic to her cause asking for assistance assistance she even used her own jewelry as backing for a loan from Queen Elizabeth I of England she assumed control of Huguenot intelligence gathering fortifications of Larochelle finances and maintaining control of the civilian population of the city that included taking care of the many Edison refugees looking for safe haven. John also played a major role in military activity. She even went to the battlefields. During during intense fighting to rally the troops inspect their defenses in fifteen sixty nine John wrote a memoir entitled Ample Declaration Shen in which she defended her actions and those for fellow Hugo noughts a year later in fifteen seventy. John was the primary force of negotiating the peace treaty with Catherine Domenici. The de facto ruler of France at the time to end the third war as part of the Treaty Sean reluctantly agreed to an arranged marriage between her son Henry and Catherine's daughter Marguerite in exchange for agreeing to the marriage hugh cannot gain the right to hold public office in France after signing the marriage contract. John took up temporary residence in Paris to prepare for the wedding two months before the big day gene fell ill after a day of shopping five days later on June ninth fifteen seventy two Jean died not long after her death a rumor spread the John was actually poisoned by a pair of perfumed gloves given to her by Catherine de Medici though the story persisted over the years. There's no evidence to support the claim. There is evidence that John may have been suffering from tuberculosis access despite her death John Son's wedding happened and he eventually became King Henry the fourth of brands the first of a long line the French Bourbon kings tune in tomorrow for the story of

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Protesters dangle from Houston bridge and close part of shipping channel

WBZ Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Protesters dangle from Houston bridge and close part of shipping channel

"A protest on a bridge out in Houston Greenpeace USA is staging a demonstration pretty dramatic there repelling off the bridge trying to stop oil tankers from getting through their pro testing the danger of fossil fuels and the need for renewable energy. the Coast Guard has closed part of the shipping channel down because of the protest this is a Timothy Navarre with the local sheriff's office he says they're not going to pluck those protesters off

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Spinal Muscular Atrophy, US And Novartis discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Spinal Muscular Atrophy, US And Novartis discussed on WBZ Morning News

"How much US regularly approve the most expensive medicine ever. Gene therapy Medicare a disorder that rapidly destroys a baby's muscle control our mission at Novartis is to discover new ways to improve an extent, people's lives. The gene therapy developed by Navarre will cost more than two million dollars. Treats, a rare condition called spinal muscular atrophy, which strikes about four hundred babies born in the US each year.

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PS4 Full Game Downloads Being Pulled From Retailers

Latest In Tech News

02:16 min | 2 years ago

PS4 Full Game Downloads Being Pulled From Retailers

"Rumors of disk consoles in streaming services. Could have a severe impact on game stops businesses enough sow stadia Navarre cater all coming out all going to digital format. Might be the beginning of the end.

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Federal prosecutors broke law in Jeffrey Epstein case, judge rules

PBS NewsHour

06:45 min | 2 years ago

Federal prosecutors broke law in Jeffrey Epstein case, judge rules

"First a federal judge ruled yesterday that prosecutors led by labor secretary Alexander Kosta into thousand eight when he was US attorney in Florida broke the law by concealing plea agreement as I'm Navarre's reports the sex crimes case involved more than thirty underage victims. The plea deal a decade ago for billionaire hedge fund manager Jeffrey Epstein, reduced charges a federal sex crimes with a potential life sentence in prison to lesser state charges of soliciting a minor and just thirteen months in county jail. Epstein was accused of building a vast network of underage girls. Some as young as thirteen girls he sexually abused in his Florida mansion and allowed other adult men to abuse as well in twenty eleven a Coster wrote. He wasn't aware of the full extent of Epstein's abuse back when he struck the plea deal. Many of the details only came to light late last year. When the Miami Herald published an extensive investigation. Including interviews with dozens of victims. The work was led by reporter, Julie K Brown who is ward at the George Polk award earlier this week and Julie K Brown joins me now. Julie welcome to the news hour. It's an extraordinary piece of reporting, it boggles the mind, though, why it took so long to come to light. So just start there. Tell us how did you first learn about this story? Why did you start to dig at it the way you did? Well, the pieces of this story that the outline of this story had been known for many many years a lot of journalists had written about this deal sort of scratching their heads about how could something like this happen. And when Alexander Kosta, the Miami US attorney in Miami was nominated by President Trump last year is labor secretary or in two thousand seventeen rather as labor secretary. I sort of wanted to hear what he was going to say when he would be asked about this case, and I was kind of. Astonished that he wasn't asked much about it at all in the answers that he did get give really weren't responsive to the questions he was asked. And so I thought you know, it's been a long time this was before the metoo movement. But I kept thinking I wonder what these victims these girls at the time they were thirteen fourteen fifteen now in their late twenties and thirties are thinking about the fact that he has advanced so far in his career after in essence in their minds, betraying them. So I said about trying to find out who these victims were and eventually convinced just a handful of them, quite frankly to to go public, but I spoke to many more than a handful of them and the details that they share in those interviews with you are just so incredible jaw-dropping and the consistencies across so many of their stories I want to share actually just a quick piece of one interview from one of the women you interviewed her name is Virginia Roberts, and here's what. She told you used to happen at Epstein's house ended with sexual abuse and intercourse. And then a Pat on the back you've done a really good job. Like, you know, thank you very much. And here's two hundred dollars. You know, before you know, it on being lint out to politicians into academics. And people that you royalty. And and people that you just you would never think like how did you get into that position of power in the first place, if you're this disgusting evil decrepit person on the inside Julie women, like Virginia lived for over a decade knowing that the US attorney, Alex Kosta in this case declined to prosecute the man who abused them when you first approached them were they willing to talk to you. Now, I will hit now that was probably the hardest part trying to convince them to trust me because a lot as I mentioned. There has been a lot written about the case. They have never really spoken publicly because quite frankly, they felt that their story really had never been told. So part of what I did was I I did some homework on it. I interviewed some sexual assault survivors and some counselors to try to prepare me not to interview them in such a way as to get to the root of their trauma without re traumatizing them, which was, you know, a delicate balance so help us understand that because obviously in your series of reports, you lay out the physical evidence the witness testimonies, everything there was to build a case against Epstein. How do we understand this decision? Not to prosecute. What do we know about what happened behind the scenes before a cost of made that decision we actually know a lot because these girls after the? Deal was signed. They file a federal lawsuit against the government alleging and claiming that they violated the crime victims Rights Act because they they didn't inform these girls of this plea bargaining, and they kept it secret. And as part of this lawsuit, the government had to turn over a lot of emails and letters and those emails and letters showed a pretty collegial relationship between the prosecutors and Epsteins lawyers, and we know now the federal judge yesterday said that that that plea deal the way that it was signed without notifying victims that was illegal Sarah Sanders over at the White House was asked about that today. Because as we've noted mister Acosta is now the labor secretary under President Trump. She said it's something they're looking into. But I guess from the victim's perspective, those women you have spoken with what is it that they want to see happen? Now, what is Justice and accountability? Look like all these years later. Well, you know, they really want to see him go to prison. They wanna see him. Punished. For the crimes that he committed. We know because of evidence that has come to light over the past several years that he wasn't just doing this in Palm Beach. He's accused of trafficking girls in New York and other places around the world and. The question is out. There is why haven't federal authorities reopened this case, or at least a opened a new case in another jurisdiction. And I think that these women feel that prosecutors in the Justice department has just worked to help cover up this case rather than expose an Epstein did. And and to find some kind of Justice for for these girls a lot of questions still remain, Julie Kate Brown. It's an incredible piece of reporting you've done for the Miami Herald. Thank you so much for being with us today.

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"navarre" Discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on Inside Europe

"Now neighboring states have blocked their borders, and refugees are forced to remain in the camps required to file for asylum, a process that takes up to eight months to be completed in recent days. Migration of thord is have started transferring some hundreds of migrants to the mainland to ease the overcrowded facility. They hope to move as many as three thousand by the end of this week. But critics say the plan offers no true remedy as inflows. From Turkey continue, and it will just be a matter of time before the camp fills up. Again, it's not the first time international aid groups have been critical of conditions in Maurya, but now on the Gatien's have also surfaced of potential fraud in the management of e funds. And that has finally drawn the concern of Brussels, a recent newspaper expose in Athens, revealed that defense, minister banners, commandos had authorized several catering and plumbing contracts to close business friends without opening them up too competitive tenders. What's more the businesses according to the newspaper over charged the state for the deal pocketing, much of the funds. Mr. has denied the allegations, pressing charges against the newspaper and leading to the arrest of three journalists, but the newspaper, as well as others have Oude to press ahead with revelations, putting pressure on the government in Athens to deliver on its promise to look after the neglect refugees. He's on thicker Salvatti, w Athens, and I'm Keith Walker in Bonn. Germany. This is inside Europe. The French singer and actor shows as Navarre died this week at the ripe old age of ninety four and his long under lustrous career. He wrote a thousand songs for himself and others and recorded twelve hundred. He was undoubtedly the most well known French singer around the world. And as John Lawrenson writes in this obituary from Paris, an extremely interesting one. The fish. I can't fall. Flash regretted Mishi song that stayed at number one in the UK charts for four weeks in the early seventies which broadly ardor and poetry of the Frenchman in love to a more recent generation when they used it to start the nineties romantic comedy, Notting hill his greatest success in English speaking world. It's one as Navarre song that didn't go down well with the French, perhaps because the word she sounds very much like a very rude French way of saying, go to the bathroom, the things you have to do to crack the Anglo American market as divorce was really big. And yet famously small and not just a bit short when you ask people what they don't like about the French, they often say arrogant as Navarre his public persona in any case was extraordinarily self deprecating last year, walking out on stage at Paris's enormous Bessie indoor stadium. Then ninety three year old said his audience. Account. See you very well. I can't hear very well. My memories gone, but I'm going to sing anyway. I'm not Pavarotti those who know me know of this Ross Bing voice. I was born with a cold as the writer muck Lambeau has put it as Nevada was disgrace overcome. And from the beginning. One of wurley at amuse. It is..

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Charles Aznavour, the "French Frank Sinatra," dies at age 94

24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Charles Aznavour, the "French Frank Sinatra," dies at age 94

"Zero five two. The singer known as Francis. Frank Sinatra has died Charles Aznavour got his start as a songwriter and protege of Edith PF. He was ninety four years old. As Navarre wrote about one thousand songs for himself and other popular French singers the love ballads, she was on top of the British charts for four weeks in nineteen seventy four. I was born in Paris on may twenty second nineteen twenty four to Armenian parents who fled to Paris in the nineteen twenties. He was married three times and had six children. He survived

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Facebook, Twitter face U.S. Congress over politics and the internet

First Light

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Facebook, Twitter face U.S. Congress over politics and the internet

"Trump in as the confirmation hearings continue the tech sector hits Capitol Hill Wednesday. There's a lot of emphasis today on politics. Twitter and politics Twitter tends to be. Pretty divisive. Jack Dorsey CEO of Twitter will appear longside Sheryl Sandberg CEO of Facebook as they testify before the Senate intelligence committee. The topics will include state-sponsored misinformation and bias and harassment on their platforms. Then that afternoon Dorsey will testify in front of the house energy and commerce committee, and specifically on the issues that include freedom of expression, and broad editorial discretion, and in the midst of it, all congress will only have eleven days with both chambers and session pass a spending Bill and avoid a

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"navarre" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And it was way better the second season navarre dallas and her husband played the they didn't play but they were sort of the you know like the commentators fellow commentators color commentators announcers and i think it has been in existence for three or four seasons the problem was one of the judges was accused of sexual harassment slash inappropriateness right and so the most recent series they decided not to air even though it was already filmed which is really frustrating oh man we have taken some deep bradley dirt alert this is like this my sweet spot and also her and her husband were horrible in that role and i love her but it wasn't a good fit for a good fit for them well it seems like they're split is okay and again they've been separated for some time we wish them the best and another celebrity divorce of a longtime marriage is of the long island medium theresa caputo is so sad to me her marriage kaput that's cute theresa computers marriage kept who'd thank you i'm really sad sal sal sal what was his name his name larry larry oh my god sal kid it could be so theresa larry they've been married for twenty eight years they filed on april sixteenth of this year and they announced their separation last december so it's no surprise that their marriage has officially ended they share two adult children together not sell bradley leary junior and victoria oh my god i used to love i i haven't i'll i'll be honest i haven't watched the show in the way that i used to meaning i don't watch it anymore but i used to watch it religiously and we got to meet them and she actually gave on hell alexis 's husband a reading who when we were at their show at mysticlake a number of years ago and then we got to talk to them after the show backstage and she was they were both like i'm telling you you know we we see celebrities occasionally and she and her husband were legitimately very nice people and treated everyone very very well well that's wonderful to hear yeah right and it's sad divas she wasn't like standoffish she was very warm and open well that's sad to hear that because genuinely good experience with them but again it seems like they like nia and her husband had been living separate lives for some time anthony bourdain in the news again today because according to his will he was only worth about one point two one million dollars and that includes four hundred twenty five thousand dollars in savings and.

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"navarre" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Us now and i wish we had played some really funky music we didn't it was too late as we were trying to find something by the ramones but joining us now is navarre tagliani and she has written a book and what a life what a life you have had all my gosh the book and his musical road kill's and other tales some with moral some without so this is about all of the the years that you've been on the road and yeah i mean you have in the boys but okay tell us first of all you've been stocked grouped screamed at recorded applauded you i mean you've been on the edge of rock and roll from your early touring days you made music with a lot of superb musicians willie dixon i mean it goes on muddy waters joey ramone ramone brothers what was it like few you really take us inside the music scene during the seventies and eighties into the ninety s like well during those years i didn't really appreciate what it was like wasn't until i i looked back at it that i really appreciated what it was like to know those pioneers of of music american music the only music indigenous to our country right so how why why now tell us about the book and why you decided to write the the musings and and the stories today it's a strange story way decided to write it i was with a just for giggles i stopped at the booze of a psychic when i was i think hit florida's halloween nights or something and she said you know you know a lot you need to write it i well i'm not a writer just for my girlfriend's maybe to cheer him up something bad is going on in their lives at least they can take comfort and thinking well at least i don't have heard stupid lives but i'm not a writer and she said well you know more than you think you know and i said well i suppose i do but no and i thought about it and i i decided to do it.

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"navarre" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on The Takeaway

"The only thing he had to offer was his relationship with president trump so apparently that is that's what we're talking about here is this a pay to play essentially that he did he offer access is that what he's getting paid for clearly the companies said one novartis one navarre disofficial was telling people yesterday that they were in fact seeking access in the official statements they said they were seeking an understanding of the president they were seeking insight into the president but it's really important to understand here i think this point is kind of confusing essential consultants elsie was not a real company it was a shell company it had no employee's it had no infrastructure there was no lobbying firm paul manafort currently under indictment for money laundering actually was a lobbyist head a lobbying firm michael cohen just had his name and that email signature private attorney to president donald j trump to sell so i think it's a really important question and and in fact novartis sort of was like well he didn't really do anything for us and so we didn't renew his contract but we paid him anyway because we couldn't get out of it so it looks like it was purely a way to get in with trump administration i think what is so striking about this story as everybody understands that that's what happens in the world even donald trump clearly understands it but now actually what we're seeing people are just sort of saying like yeah that's what we were going for.

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"navarre" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Worse in so i think is a is a great quote from navarre ramakand and he says give your worst political enemy but power to decide what is hate speech in what is this information menu realize free speech isn't something we should ever compromise on wait i'm coming from around the list stuff is we have to be free speech absolutist obviously was listening to this podcast you know into blockchain in crypto currencies and this is one of issues that we're going to have to face in really have strong positions on going forward in reasons for is that free speech in the united states in a lot of countries around the world is protected but money is controlled government thinks of should have controls on money and be able to decide who you tannin canton money too but bitcoin is about this realization that code is speech in money is just called and so monies speech and so we have as real challenge coming and that is society eighty is used to free speech but controlled money but what happens when money becomes speech in so wanted to things is going to happen ever money is going to become less controlled or we're going to see free speech come under massive attack and i think that's what we're racing with governments when they're coming after cryptocurrency and try and regulating control it we've got this question of are we going to let them control free speech that is why everyone is listening to this podcast should be free speech absolutist because this is why this is so important right i'm gonna just a couple of things that you mentioned here i you said would rather have a racist have free speech in his open or is it close.

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"navarre" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on Around the NFL

"Of knee he is made more per year annually than any quarterback in the league since coming into the league bradford but you kind of have to bet on missing time that means we're gonna see a lot of mike glennon throwing to larry fitzgerald its final year potentially not a great thought i haven't complimented mike glennon much on this podcast over the years but you could do worse for a backup that him and larry fitzgerald has experienced catching passes from john navarre and john skilton athlete mike and he said one hundred and ten catches with the the likes of those quarterbacks here's the thing and i know you you're going to mention this is that they sign andre smith at at tackle and their tackles are nightmare maybe they're going to cut jared ville de or maybe they're not and it's like sam bradford and mike glennon behind one of the worst passed protecting lines in the league that doesn't sound like you said recipe on plan d on on all of the things that they could have wanted to happen cloak e so the cord place right now the tennessee titans making money moves malcolm butler so this shows we don't do anything nobody knows anything all this talk about malcolm butler that only colleen's allowed to make money moves or say that excusing got you copyright connie fox all the stock the malcolm butler is market was quiet and he might have to accept approve it deal well not so much because butler ends up signing a five year deal worth more than sixty one million with thirty million and guarantees rap sheet reported this on tuesday so butler joins new head coach mike vrabel and also for another former patriot logan ryan in that backfield that's a lot of money west they also then go out and sign dion lewis away from the patriots a four year deal rap sheet reported were twenty million three million in incentives your thoughts on these deals.

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"navarre" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"They i mean they got coverage there was video of their highlights of the first couple of games my sense is the lavarra ball felt the name slipping off the first page and decided that he would say that lonzo will be in his third year and i want to let every nba team no quote that lonzo is not going to resign with the lakers but will go to any team that will take all three of my boys championship championship championship they sold even need to pay them a whole lot we make enough money on the outside lonzo plays best when he's with his brother is is some of the other things he said listen here's where i've gotten with navarre ball it's it's a catch 22 i think because okay so you ignore if you are a a media i'll let you ignore lavarra ball because you feel like he's just saint stuff just to say stuff we'll guess what the vare ball gets cliques so people get upset when the var ball gets covered and i'm one of those people sometimes on maguire why am i even looking at this wise as even part of my newsfeed right now but the problem is the reason i we keep getting fed live our ball is because people keep clicking on the var ball is this this whole snow cart as iin story yeah it's this whole snowball effect where if your media outlet you can't ignore the all navarre ball because you're you're going to be behind the eightball as far as cliques are concerned it's such a.

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"navarre" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"A genetic the unstable entity and it means that it adapts it evolves and it becomes resistant to things like chemotherapy drugs is there a way in which the cances could evolve to duck away from your virus so the virus can no longer attach itself to the cancer and get in father mechanism that your relying on at the moment i'm there's always a possibility against the length of the animal studies not long enough to see that that we didn't see anything like that in our in our animal studies so we haven't seen any evidence of that sounds for encouraging doesn't it now given that these all code viruses at navarre viruses is than all the possibility that if someone has experienced exposure to a virus like this before they could be immune to it and therefore that would limit its ability to work yeah it is possible especially if you give the fires in the blood stream but from other studies with similar viruses it seems to be possible for the virus to steal reached a tumor the first time may be the second time you would have to modify the virus a little bit but it's not the major problem most of the virus we reached a tumor so what's the next step than you've proof that you can do this in coach should cells you've prove you can do this in a limited way in animals animals though naturally get pancratic cancer is like we do so there is an inherent limitation to what you can achieve and animals is the next step then to go into humans the next steps would be i would like to or we would like to first investigate a little bit more about the immune response in animals and then we would go on and study toxicity in larger animals and after that we would be ready to apply for funding to go into early stage clinical trials he probably could also slow dinner parties both of you but to them have you seen the film i am legend oh he added.

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"navarre" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Set the table for the next year from the team before and i want to bring up john davar john navarre with a great quarterback michigan it 2003 we were at michigan state and we beat him twenty seven to twenty in a great football game after the game in that locker room john novartis exactly what your talk about czech he got up i said man i watch your nossa we got two games left we gotta go to northwestern then we're gonna come back and play a high state and i want you know i'm going to do everything i can to win this championship for michigan i would everything i can and i'm asking each tip what are you to follow be take with me and let's all play our best for the next two weeks so the wicked with this piqued in championship those are the kind of guys that you look at john jensen in 1997 he was one of the best captains we head he and greece in those guys but it nineteen ninety eight if you recall we started out slow we lost the first two games in i started going around the lac right started watching players i realise one thing they all thought it was 1997 they all thought that all well would a show up and we could win the game could run defeat last year so i started going to lock every night and i kept saying hey man this is our team this is the 1990 18 we're not ninety seven anymore this is our team try with john janssen and i said john listen you got to talk to the players because i still think that it's just as easy as you think back at ninety seven the baker that way in 1998 in effect that way this this is a whole new team and a whole new way to look at things and i said john if you could just talked to these guys will by god she had a team meeting with at the top of it he took a bit of that meeting room and he said hey man this is our team now we're playing for the michigan team of 1998 not 1997 and not night 1998 and we need to get on the.

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"navarre" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

Now What? with Arian Foster

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

"Um you know some would i guess beloved by when president in haiti by another one in like the span of a year but that but so um it's it's it's hard for me to fathom that that a sitting president is so involved in social affairs like that he is like he he criticizes the media he criticizes people we criticised i it's just it's insanity to me and his apologists to me are even worse because they're they're they're normalizing uh egotistical like i i've never seen anything like this like human beings what is it is plagued is split journalism in a very awkward position because as sports just sports in general like you're not used to get certainly their presidents who loves sports and and that's usually the the vantage point in which we cover laos nascar our guarantee you yuli his so like you know george w bush love baseball right was a baseball owner for uh for period so and you know president obama love college basketball so we used to it from that standpoint but then you have a president who has openly attacked the nfl openly attacked nfl players openly attacked navarre ball he was talking about life was going to be a strange dana reading the history books last the president of our ball at like that actually affects so that has put you know those of us who covers sports for a living where even though politics has always been in sports which aggravates me greatly about having his conversations about county cap renege when people i stick to sports okay but the deal you'll sit there and and talk about how muhammed ali was the greatest athlete you've ever seen as as martyrs i vow in it is just amazing how we repeat the same stupidity amazing we do history history um is is more kind to trump blows them the now is an illusion as we look ahead john carlos was on my parker which was super dope.

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"navarre" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

At The Movies with Arch and Ann

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

"As a big m d dark room attached to a popcorn stay uh zack and he was exonerating he'd be basically that he had to give up ninety percent of the money that came in through the box office but he kept everything came in at the popcorn standing at the violent days i just one final note uh in the departure lounge the patriarch of the of the howard family rates our passed away just about a week ago he was in a bunch of movies himself howard's dead yeah ron navarre the ron howard clint howard in the grandfather of brice dallas howard in page howard uh in rance was all know he was a great character actor cool hand luke chinatown splash he was in ed wood which we talk about um and so we we wish him well yes indeed we wish him well and so what are the viewers owned a we don't have viewers we have extra leslie under the plan s fee we have all are are over and we have legitimate akram plan we have another guest in the studio we have uh we have a friend of bob saw oh rachel is here against them we're very excited the shout out radicals out i shall that's awesome my making your broadway debut you're not you're not a broadcasting uh student i guess are you student oh well speaking of the microphone zayn malik we're going to battle gafur whole led european union glad you you're you're and your with a good guy.

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"navarre" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Runas nag hasn't i always i go to us meanwhile meagre navarre note nizzola numbness in his eyes mommy's muddled loyal naming dino at that time abbey nina hails neil superstars feeling like a pop star drinking any bed jump in in the poonch ohio bra get a ton of ben in on a chosen nauseous grand and now no ma showing they lie servers why you khaga raj you only got seas with decatur hiding tuesday you'll why's he say on lagos net grain and his him i say i got underway like i always as jet crashed dos measure on a calm cost meters czar you know you are not hard and made a sharp knives the child they lie gorazde well i though roster other above imp man of motherhood is now in jail stop the omega3 never know just show in this child's silos mommy's loyal going on that i may then that god sure sure it's awkward these brooke and jubal's awkward tuesday phone call what do you do when you think that your husband is hiding something my suggestion has always been daily fullbody cavity searches what is he hiding in there what does he hiding in there that's the question and kindle thinks that her husband is hiding something so i'm assuming she wants advice on what sort of latex glove to use in her full body searches that right kindle e prompted like there mary nobody's getting that much action or eight jubal we got some great advice for you you think your husband's hiding something like in.

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"navarre" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Number ten the continuing anthem protests in what a bunch of nonsense number nine david dies as charles manson crooks i think that's a better way of referencing the feuds that trump view this time with a wide ball what a waste of time uh the at t time warner merger net neutrality is number six russia investigation more red aries number five north korean named on the terrorist what what are they ba waiting for number four at the gop tax plan now worth three sexual misconduct allegations number two and raw more uh should give the turkey of the year award because that's what he is my opinion that's number one i think that's on this item if micheal we're here at argue with them about that at the people less jerry jones and roger goodell at number ten gene manson at nine david cassidy at eight navarre ball at seven larry nassar it's six john conyers who will be retiring soon it the five joining the old lech his club and all the arose is already in the old his club easing of a for al franken may be a member of that uh without well depends on what continues to be the focus of uh of the people who are naysayers roy more another alleged number two and donald trump i don't know where he is on that list better he's on this list at number one as usual so at the lavarra ball and and trump do we have is that worth any time gentleman look for him said the president of the united states on a day when we give thanks is so needy that he needs to be given banks egged takes the bait and prolongs these feuds in public and sometimes conspiracy theorist in me wonders is it a diversion watched the other hand you know one doesn't he won't be paying attention to while he's doing this and as he was doing this muller's investigation cranks of uh with the apparently general kelly's about the flip so there's always that going on but even if it wasn't what did these tweets tell us when translated into other languages and other cultures were a world leaders are measuring this i don't think it's speaks well of us well it does in but there's something deeper it isn't we tend.

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"navarre" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:40 min | 4 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on WCHS

"Of yvonne he's the number to call during the week to get your question do professor kaku welcome back to science fantastic with professor michio kaku give us a call and perhaps you can have your thoughts heard on over one hundred radio stations that carry science fantastic once again give us a call okay well let's move right along now and go to the next listener phone call jay navarre beach florida i question croat won't be happening with the polish i hear the night shift him what thank you so much okay interesting question first of all we have to differentiate two types of polar shifts believe it or not does not one but two first is the magnetic poles the magnetic poles do move in i'll explain how we know that in a minute so that's one kinda pull shift the other polls shift is the geologic north pole around which the earth spins now we don't we do not expect a polar shift of the geologic access of the planet earth if that were to happen it who would care the earth apart that would be armageddon that would be a catastrophe beyond human imagination shen we don't think that's going to happen however the magnetic poles do shift regularly in fact the magnetic field of the earth is diminishing right now even as we speak there is a slow diminishing of the strength of the earth's magnetic field which we can actually measure meaning that at in the coming millennia it means that the magnetic field probably go near two zero and then shift and then perhaps the polls is themselves will move now first of all we know this by simply digging into the lava flows of hawaii go to hawaii hi dig into the ancient lava flows going back thousands of years underneath your feet and when lava solidifies it harden's the direction of the north pole in the magnetic materials of the magma so by simply digging into the the the crust of the earth digging into the lava flows measuring the direction of the north pole you see that it shifts its shifts as you go deeper and deeper in to the lava flows so we are going to be having another polish shift in the.

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"navarre" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Going to keep going well and let's go back and secondly this logically mr trump elected last fall by the whatever the blood road electoral college the popular over the electoral college okay links be looking for men's you look for heller also obviously is in trump's best interest right now to tank the economy or have economy grow i mean it's hard to figure out where his motivation road should be pretty obvious if the economy grows he chancer very good who get reelected the comey tanks chance to regret he won't it's no matter how the of navarre whose novice rut that's the way weight's going to go with obama or buscher trump it is a matter of course policy still thinks bushes present by the way so yes to any how it's in their best interest to grow the economy into help people get jobs and trump understands us he's opposes if anybody interesting he gets and so i don't see him trying to intentionally derail the us economy ride i'm an certainly not be his own this in writing a longterm in so there's the steve said often the two jobs for politician monte elected the seconds to get reelected her and i agree i think trump should say mind i think he's similar animal on the eastern run you know trump get reelected in try to do things but i think he's gonna try and make the communist moody's possible for nothing more than a week ago you can dry absolutely because he's going to want to look like a winner amini writers whether it's very hard cleared like i want to look like a winner he doesn't look like a oneterm president carter europe's writing know and i'm not trying to put down jimmy carter jim kerr was and trying to destroy the economy saying the.

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"navarre" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"navarre" Discussed on WTMA

"Usually thought he battled dwell fifty wtma a wtma god job i've read story at 600 do the powers back over more than thirty five hundred sean g customers after a car crashed into a utility pole as the energy confirms the outage sparing from volley beach dole albro it was caused by car crashing into a utility pole on folly road near here's teeter lines were closed on folly a needle grasses authorities responded it's happened at four a airman crews had replaced utility pole we understand power has just now been brought back although she got her shared twenty nine year old man accused of shooting a woman in their head is been arrested following a standoff at a charleston okara parliament cobb legs last night the north you're also police department say lavarra walker was taken into custody at align street hama downtown charleston the us marshal's office and the charleston county sheriff's office responded to the gadsden green homes for the wattage suspect they regimes derailing a building walker's family also came out of the apartment complex and pleaded for himself the turn himself in here's his mother and sister of all this among mom love you i want you to give your seven tomorrow coal us the if we hit you have people who tenure in navarre this is a free in the name of jesus methods to for god inheriting mother come out wherever you are in the name of jesus we love you deficit harfa god come on out of our sister there about twenty minutes later walker in another individual walk out of the home residents reported a large police presence there around eight thirty last night.

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