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04:59 min | 1 year ago

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"Other. I'm Neil Nunez with the BBC news state run television in Egypt has announced the death of the former president Muhammed Mosey. It's at the sixty seven year old fainted in court during a trial hearing on espionage, Giannis and subsequently died. Mr. Mosey was elected in two hundred twelve following the Arab spring. More from Modigliani we've had the set and many reports that confirming his death after he gave his statement in his he's he's been how little triumph for several cases. But this one is the biggest that's the having communicating with HAMAs and degrade scape from our weather, not thrown president, which happened in two thousand and eleven. He was being sentenced on this. But this is a retrial that started a few months ago author, he has given his statement, he fainted, then win take into a hospital. Suddenly it happened, so that raise many questions, it's a really dramatic incident. The head of the UN World Food Program has warned that the agency could begin to suspend food aid in Yemen because supplies are being diverted, citing a lack of independence in rebel who fi controlled areas. David Beasley till the UN Security Council that the WFP continued to face fierce resistance and it needed assurances if we do not receive, these, then we will begin a phase suspension of food assistance, most likely towards the end of this week, if and when we initiate suspension, we will continue our nutrition program for Noor malnourished children, pregnant women and you mothers, and we will also keep pushing and pushing to get an agreement we want to resolve this quickly so that the people can get the help they need and the help they deserve a year after the United States withdrew from the Iran, nuclear deal to Ron has warned that it's about to breach a key. Commitment of the accord president house on Ruhani won't last month that his country would stop observing the strictures on its enriched uranium Concer, nausea reports. Iran is teetering on the brink of scrapping is two thousand fifteen nuclear agreement with world powers. It says by then, it would have built up more than three hundred kilograms of low enriched uranium a ceiling set by agreement under new American sanctions. It cannot export any excess stock as has been the practice it would have to shut down its nuclear enrichment program. If it wants to stay within the limit that is something it has been refusing to do a Sudanese opposition movement has called an supporters to start nighttime rallies to protest against wanted described as the massacre of demonstrators in the Commodore Khartoum the forces of freedom and change called for the new protests to start across sedan on Tuesday, BBC news. News. The United Nations at about eight million children in ten of Nigeria's states, do not go to school with an average enrollment rate of just fifty seven percent. The majority of those out of school were girls and the states, most affected are in northern Nigeria near the Islamist insurgency in the northeast international auction house, other Bet's says it's being boats by the French businessman Patrick dry. The three point seven billion dollar deal marks a returned to private ownership for the firm after thirty one years. John to bloom reports. So the b share price soared today as Mr. draw he offered to buy them for fifty seven dollars each sixty one percent more than they were worth on Friday that premium and the supporters other baseboard means this bid is under certain to succeed that will make several long-term investors in the auction house. Very happy. They bought it shares because they thought they would massively undervalued. So the bees was hit hard by the credit crunch as even the rich. Collectors decided to rein in spending, but its fortunes have been revived by a resurgent international art market. It has conducted several record breaking sales in recent months. The American fashion icon blurry Vanderbilt has died at the age of ninety five an errand to one of the greatest family fortunes in US history. And the subject of bitter child custody battle, she earned the soubriquet, poor little rich girl. Gloria Vanderbilt was upon air of designer jeans and later became a painter and writer per son. CNN correspondent Anderson Cooper announced her death. The final games ought taking place in group b in the women's football World Cup in France Spain and China are battling it out to join Germany, as one of the two teams to qualify automatically from the group. The other will hope to qualify as one of four third place teams. That's the latest BBC world news..

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01:44 min | 2 years ago

"neil nunez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Of Central American migrants marching peacefully to a border crossing into wanna to apply for asylum for a better life in America. Well, they're now being watched and guarded by Mexican police while folks working with the national human rights commission and Grupo beta migrants support agency they're trying to get those folks to look for jobs in Tijuana where they're telling them that they're thousands of job openings trying to get them to apply for humanitarian visas in Mexico instead of adding their names to the waiting list of several thousand migrants trying to apply for asylum to get into America, the US government only processes about one hundred applications per day to Wanda's main crossing there in San Diego. And now this gunmen have attacked the Chinese consulate in Pakistan's. Biggest city Karachi two policemen were killed as the man stormed part of the building. At least one person a policeman or a security guard is wounded Donnie television. Station says one of the attackers is also dead. And a suicide vest has been recovered the Baluchistan Liberation Army said it's carried out the attack. It's BBC news correspondent Neil Nunez reporting before we break for sports yet Twenty-one dogs left out in the freezing cold as why Suffolk County police say they arrested fifty two year old Jose Borges of rocky point just before ten Thursday morning. Police officer on patrol her the dogs barking and found him in the backyard of a home freezing. All rottweilers now Suffolk. Police say Borgos says he's a breeder now charge with violating state encounter regulations on how dogs are allowed to be kept outside given attempts animal control took the rots handled decide whether they should go from here. It's four forty one. The.

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06:22 min | 2 years ago

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"Over this week, a clever packet of sweets. They do actually tastes just like jelly jelly an ice cream or board game. And a magic table at first, you know, they were gobsmacked looking at all these objects just appearing on the table. The first reaction was I want to touch it. All three of them have one thing in common. They could be used to help millions of people living with dementia. Ninety percent of people that live in nursing homes with dementia suffer from apathy, and it has these Astras effect on their wellbeing. We'll find out how these three things a mental help and assess whether they actually do that's all coming up after the BBC news. Neil Nunez with the BBC news. The main parties to the two thousand fifteen Iran nuclear de LA to sign up a legal entity to maintain business with Iran after renewed US oil sanctions take effect in November ministers from Britain, France, Germany, China, Russia and Iran magin New York to discuss a mechanism the European Union foreign policy chief at Rica Mogadishu said they were determined to continue trading. Participants welcomed practical proposals to maintain and develop payment channels notably the initiative to establish a special purpose vehicle to facilitate payments related to Iran's exports, including oil and imports which will assist and reassure economic operators. They're seeing legitimacy business with it on the founders of the popular photo sharing app. Instagram have announced their resignations from the company's executive. Board Caroline system, and my Kreiger started the site in twenty ten they continue to run the centerpiece after it was acquired by Facebook two years later, reportedly for a billion dollar some more from our correspondent Paul Blake. Word industry is essentially that the two of frustrated with Facebook's leadership, and that essentially they've grown concerns that Facebook has been trying to squeeze more and more out of Instagram, which is one of its products today acquired six years ago Instagram has been that sort of crown jewel over the past few years. It's been the place where Facebook has been able to grow revenue, grow user the user base. And the the reports coming out of Silicon Valley say that these two that founded Instagram have grim concerned that Facebook has been trying to squeeze it and do more to drive traffic back to that core. Facebook product from Instagram itself. The US State Department has approved the possible sale to Taiwan of spare parts for military aircraft worth up to three hundred and thirty million dollars. Taiwan said the purchase would boost itself defense the move. Is likely to anger China as in the suit reports from Taipei? Thirty million dollar contract. Includes parts that will be used to repair and upgrade a variety of military aircraft, including the f sixteen fighter jets, the C one thirty cargo planes and some indigenous fighters that Taiwan built now in the steamer things actually thirty million is not a lot of money. The we're hearing some analysts that more advanced weapons sales are on their way. So the US plan to approve more weapons sales. So definitely this will increase the tensions between Beijing and Washington some news Johnston. The Swedish prime minister, Stefan vein has lost a confidence vote in parliament. Which means he will step down voters delivered a hung parliament in the general election two weeks ago, the anti immigration, Sweden, Democrats voted to remove Mr. Louvain, but it remains unclear whether they will back an opposition government. This is the latest world news from the BBC. The French finance minister Bruno Lemaire says FRANZ is not ready just yet to allow the charity rescue boat. Aquarius. Too dark in France, his comments come after the charity, which operates the vote. And so as military-run requested permission to land in Marseilles, nearly sixty migrants Orrin board eighteen reported to be children police in Vietnam say they've shut down and online gambling network worth almost twenty six million dollars and arrested. Ten people say the illegal sports betting operation stretched across central and southern Vietnam. The United Nations refugee agency has named a south Sudanese surgeon as the winner of the nonsense refugee award. The prize is given to an individual who the UNHCR says goes beyond the call of duty to help people forcibly displaced from their homes Mary. Harper has details. The surgeon Dr Evan Atta runs a hospital in the town of Boone JR. In the northeast of south Sudan. It's the. The only functioning hospital in the area and serves close to a quarter of a million people. Most of them have been forced from their homes by warrant famine doctor at hospital performs an average of fifty eight operations a week. It also treats patients with HIV teepee and other diseases and thefts maternity hospital. Doctor at assez running the hospital is more than just a job. It's a calling a veteran. Singaporean diplomat is calling on the city state repeal a colonial era law outlawing consensual sex between men Tommy Koh serves as ambassador at large for Singapore's foreign ministry in the Straits Times newspaper. He argues that the law should be updated to recognize scientific evidence that homosexuality is normal. The Singapore government has defended the law arguing that the conservative majority wanted to remain in place. That's the latest BBC world news. Stimulation to the brain. Enjoys it. This is what he also every time. He comes. They do enjoy today ideas that can help people with dementia. Stay happy and healthy clever games and a.

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02:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Six thirty here in London Hello and welcome. To Newsday from the BBC World Service with Lawrence Velarde and. Shaima halio the humanitarian crisis in the Lake Chad basin disturbing report highlights typically the situation of young women we'll go. To Libya where four hundred inmates have escaped jail in Tripoli. On, a backdrop of. Fighting between rival militias also we have now customary, sliding currency update is the place oh winning this week possibly ABC news with Neil Nunez to journalists from the Reuters news agency have been sentenced to seven years in prison. For violating the country's official secrets act the journalists one loan. And Joseph who's had they were framed by police because of their reporting of a massacre of Hindu people loiters has. Condemned the verdict which is also been criticized by the United. Nations, the US and, Britain Many of, Brazil's most important historic artifacts are believed to have been destroyed. By a huge fire that's torn through the national, museum in Rio de Janeiro most of the buildings which was home to some twenty million exhibits have been gutted the museum house the oldest. Human remains discovered in the Americas the UN refugee agency has warned that the boat journey made by tens of thousands of. Migrants trying to reach Europe across the Mediterranean is becoming more deadly. The fatality rate has risen from one in forty two people making the crossing a few years ago to one in eighteen a rights group has warned that teenage. Girls living in the Lake Chad region of north west Africa are at risk of significant violence. From both Boca haram, jihadists and your own communities plan international's girls in the area live in a state of unrelenting fear China. Has entered the website of, failures national broadcaster for what it says are breaches. Of the country's internet Rules ABC's at Beijing had not, explained exactly what the company had done wrong four hundred inmates have escaped from a prison in the Libyan capital Tripoli police say the prisoners. Broke out as fighting intensified outside the prison between rival militias Israel's public broadcaster has apologized for playing music by the German. Composer Richard Wagner whose works have been avoided there for decades because. Of his anti semitic views and the promotion of his music by the Nazis that's the latest BBC news Thank.

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05:12 min | 2 years ago

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"Of the US open Hello I'm Neil Nunez. With the BBC news a court in Myanmar has sentenced to journalists. From the Reuters. News agency to seven years. In prison after finding them guilty of violating a state secrecy law the journalists were alone and Joensuu said they were framed by police because of their reporting on a massacre. About the military of Ryan Jim Muslims has condemned the verdict which has also. Been criticized by the United Nations the US and Britain the long-running case has been widely seen as a test of media freedom in Myanmar Jonathan head has, more details it is, very bad news. From, the point of view of all those who argued that this was a. Politicized case that these journalists were being prosecuted because of. Their investigations if the military the case itself that the police put was at best. Confusing these journalists say they were, set up that they were invited by the police to a meeting where they were hand Did documents which they didn't. Even res within arrested immediately and their lawyers have said in court that they content of the documents. Had already been published anyway it is worth remembering that, the real point about these two journalists they're both Bernice journalists was that they were the first ones to come up with compelling evidence. Of a massacre from testimony inside the country firefighters are trying to control a huge. Blaze which is tearing. Through one of Brazil's largest and most historic museums much of the. National museum in. Rio de Janeiro is in. Flames the two hundred year old collection contains twenty million exhibits Julia Carneiro is there firefighters are hard at work trying to quench the fire at Brazil's national museum but I. Can still see the flames burning very vividly inside sparks shiny through the wide. Windows of this old colonial building this museum was founded two hundred years ago and just recently had celebrated its spice Centenary and house twenty million artifacts related to history anthropology archaeology, ethnography and how many of these crucial chapters of Brazilian history and world history have gone up in flames the UN refugee agency has warned. That migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to reach Europe facing ever more deadly journeys UNHCR says the fatality, rate has risen from one in forty two people making the crossing. A few years ago to one in eighteen now some sixteen hundred thoughts to have died this year Mark Saltzman is is salt marshes a spokesman for the, agency will calling for the European starts he's in particular to come, up with a coordinated strategy whereby boasts can systematically disembarked. In different parts of Europe and where asylum claiming conditions in reception centres are in Place ready to receive those people who arrive BBC news children's rides group is warning that teenage girls living in the Lake Chad region of northwest Africa are at risk, of, significant, violence, from both Boko haram insurgents and their own communities plan international says. Girls in the area which includes. Parts of Nigeria Nisha Chattan Cameroon live in a state of unrelenting fair vulnerable to kidnap rape and, forced marriage China has. Censored the website of Austrailia is national broadcaster for what it, says are breaches of the country's internet rules ABC which launched a Chinese. Language service last year confirmed the ban but said the, authorities in Beijing, had not. Explained, what the company had done wrong Israel's public broadcaster has apologized. For playing music by the German composer Richard Wagner which has been avoided there for decades because of his anti semitic views and the promotion of his music by the Says the broadcasters classical music station played a part of his piece twilight of the gods more from Daniel man Richard Wagner music isn't meant to be heard in public in. Israel his operas may be performed across the world but in Israel although there's no law banning the nineteenth century composer historical sensitivities forbid this darkness were contained ideas on racial purity. He said the Jew was incapable of artistic expression he might nee secret of his antisemitism in. His controversial pamphlet. Jewishness in music and he was Hitler's favorite composer these Riley public broadcasting cooperation apologize for what he called, an era and said that the editor urged in his autistic, choice four people are missing in the American state of Arizona after to recreational boats. Collided on the Colorado river the impact flung everyone into the water and sank, the vessels ten people were injured two of them seriously a number were rescued several miles from the site of the Impact after having been swept away BBC news Many thanks, for the latest Hello welcome. To new St. Lawrence and China with you we go straight to Brazil just.

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05:26 min | 2 years ago

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"Hello Neil Nunez with the BBC news in Zimbabwe supporters. Of president Emmerson, Mnangagwa and, his opposition rival Nelson Chamisa have been urged to wait in peace for the results of Monday's election appeals come after. Deadly street clashes from Harare Andrew Harding has this report Zimbabwe's army and the opposition both being blamed for the violence that erupted in Harare the government says MDC. Alliance protesters went on an unprovoked rampage burning cars and attacking buildings in order to disrupt the election before results being. Announced but the decision to. Send soldiers onto the streets is also. Being widely criticized the military showing little restraint as it swept through the. City attacking and shooting civilians the focus now returns does, symboblic electoral commission and whether or, not, it, will release the results of the presidential poll the opposition believes it's. Candidate Nelson Chamisa is being cheated of victory it's It's hard to imagine all sides will. Now accept the results President Trump has thanked the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un for allowing the. Remains, of American soldiers killed in the Korean war, to be returned to the United States Laura bicker is in Seoul Donald Trump's tweet comes just hours after the means of what's thought to be fifty five US servicemen killed during. The, Korean war where flew into Hawaii their return was part of a pledge made by Kim Jong and President. Trump when the, two leaders, met in Singapore in June the tweet also hints at further contact and another meeting as Mr. Trump thanked chairman Kim. For his letter and said he looked forward to seeing him soon earlier this week US intelligence suggesting North Korea was continuing to build nuclear weapons was leaked to. The media and has led to concerns that Pyongyang has no intention of giving up its weapons Mr. Trump's tweet suggests. These reports have not set. Back the current rapprochement between the two. Countries The United States is seeking the, extradition of two Ukrainian citizens arrested in Spain and Poland who are suspected of being part of a hacking group a. Third suspect is already in. The US Dave Lee reports defense seven group is said to have attacks more than. One hundred companies most were in the US but others were in. The UK Australia and France the hackers targeted point of sale systems stealing details. For fifteen million payment cards the group is understood, to still be active but US attorney net Hayes said hackers were plain wrong if, they thought they could hide behind, their keyboards in far away places these. Really defense Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, has ordered another halt in fuel and gas shipments to Gaza he said the decision had been taken in view of what he called the continued Tara of incendiary. Balloons that have ignited hundreds of fires in Israel this is the latest world news from the ABC A Japanese newspaper, reports alleges that the Tokyo Medical University altered test, results female applicants to restrict the number of women. Students the Shimbun daily, said the manipulation of scores began in two thousand eleven after the percentage of female admissions increase to about forty. Percent it's against the discrimination aims to keep the percentage to about thirty on the basis that many female doctors quit when they married and had children A state owned newspaper in China has, dismissed American reports that Google is. Planning a return to the Chinese market with a censored version of its search engine Andrew would reports from. Hong, Kong a news, website the intercept was the first to report Google was planning a search engine, for mobile phones in China that would ignore controversial subjects and websites blacklisted. By Beijing the intercept said it had seen internal Google documents and had spoken to insiders but a state. Owned business newspaper the China Securities daily says what it called relevant, departments had denied that Google would be available in, China again eight years ago Beijing blocks Google searches. And Google closed its, operations on the mainland of China but people in Hong Kong can still use Google to search the web a. Study has suggested a link between abstinence from alcohol in middle age and developing dementia in later life the researchers found that those who are teetotal When they were fifty have a forty, five percent higher risk than those. Who drink moderately people who drink over the recommended limits are also at an increased risk the Canadian rap. Star, Drake is extra, release the official music video for his hit single in my feelings videos based, on the track have gone vowed and social media thousands around the world. Of attempted what's known as the KiKi challenge by jumping out of a moving car and dancing alongside it. There have been many injuries as a result Hello this is the thought show on the. BBC World Service with me Beth sake offensive and with me and the Bishop in today's program getting creative with statistics how, can we find a way to captivate entertain and inform people and we ask why female friendships a so vital in the lives. Women and girls from the highs to lows.

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Chinese newspaper dismisses report of Google's 'censored search engine'

BBC World Service

05:26 min | 2 years ago

Chinese newspaper dismisses report of Google's 'censored search engine'

"Hello Neil Nunez with the BBC news in Zimbabwe supporters. Of president Emmerson, Mnangagwa and, his opposition rival Nelson Chamisa have been urged to wait in peace for the results of Monday's election appeals come after. Deadly street clashes from Harare Andrew Harding has this report Zimbabwe's army and the opposition both being blamed for the violence that erupted in Harare the government says MDC. Alliance protesters went on an unprovoked rampage burning cars and attacking buildings in order to disrupt the election before results being. Announced but the decision to. Send soldiers onto the streets is also. Being widely criticized the military showing little restraint as it swept through the. City attacking and shooting civilians the focus now returns does, symboblic electoral commission and whether or, not, it, will release the results of the presidential poll the opposition believes it's. Candidate Nelson Chamisa is being cheated of victory it's It's hard to imagine all sides will. Now accept the results President Trump has thanked the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un for allowing the. Remains, of American soldiers killed in the Korean war, to be returned to the United States Laura bicker is in Seoul Donald Trump's tweet comes just hours after the means of what's thought to be fifty five US servicemen killed during. The, Korean war where flew into Hawaii their return was part of a pledge made by Kim Jong and President. Trump when the, two leaders, met in Singapore in June the tweet also hints at further contact and another meeting as Mr. Trump thanked chairman Kim. For his letter and said he looked forward to seeing him soon earlier this week US intelligence suggesting North Korea was continuing to build nuclear weapons was leaked to. The media and has led to concerns that Pyongyang has no intention of giving up its weapons Mr. Trump's tweet suggests. These reports have not set. Back the current rapprochement between the two. Countries The United States is seeking the, extradition of two Ukrainian citizens arrested in Spain and Poland who are suspected of being part of a hacking group a. Third suspect is already in. The US Dave Lee reports defense seven group is said to have attacks more than. One hundred companies most were in the US but others were in. The UK Australia and France the hackers targeted point of sale systems stealing details. For fifteen million payment cards the group is understood, to still be active but US attorney net Hayes said hackers were plain wrong if, they thought they could hide behind, their keyboards in far away places these. Really defense Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, has ordered another halt in fuel and gas shipments to Gaza he said the decision had been taken in view of what he called the continued Tara of incendiary. Balloons that have ignited hundreds of fires in Israel this is the latest world news from the ABC A Japanese newspaper, reports alleges that the Tokyo Medical University altered test, results female applicants to restrict the number of women. Students the Shimbun daily, said the manipulation of scores began in two thousand eleven after the percentage of female admissions increase to about forty. Percent it's against the discrimination aims to keep the percentage to about thirty on the basis that many female doctors quit when they married and had children A state owned newspaper in China has, dismissed American reports that Google is. Planning a return to the Chinese market with a censored version of its search engine Andrew would reports from. Hong, Kong a news, website the intercept was the first to report Google was planning a search engine, for mobile phones in China that would ignore controversial subjects and websites blacklisted. By Beijing the intercept said it had seen internal Google documents and had spoken to insiders but a state. Owned business newspaper the China Securities daily says what it called relevant, departments had denied that Google would be available in, China again eight years ago Beijing blocks Google searches. And Google closed its, operations on the mainland of China but people in Hong Kong can still use Google to search the web a. Study has suggested a link between abstinence from alcohol in middle age and developing dementia in later life the researchers found that those who are teetotal When they were fifty have a forty, five percent higher risk than those. Who drink moderately people who drink over the recommended limits are also at an increased risk the Canadian rap. Star, Drake is extra, release the official music video for his hit single in my feelings videos based, on the track have gone vowed and social media thousands around the world. Of attempted what's known as the KiKi challenge by jumping out of a moving car and dancing alongside it. There have been many injuries as a result Hello this is the thought show on the. BBC World Service with me Beth sake offensive and with me and the Bishop in today's program getting creative with statistics how, can we find a way to captivate entertain and inform people and we ask why female friendships a so vital in the lives. Women and girls from the highs to lows.

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World shares mixed on fears of higher US tariffs on China

BBC World Service

07:03 min | 2 years ago

World shares mixed on fears of higher US tariffs on China

"Fake President Trump holds. A rally in Florida as its former campaign chief goes on trial in connection, with the, Russian. Election meddling inquiry adaptability the key to homo sapiens managed to survive. Were other species didn't it's like people can just do it like we were armed with the skill very shortly after reading Africa and the ability to figure out how to live in a very. Difficult environment very quickly, that's after, the news Other, Neil Nunez with the BBC news a judge in the United States has blocked. The online distribution of blueprints for the three d. printing, of, guns in June the Trump administration decided to. Allow the designs to be made available via the internet Peter Bowes has this report three d. printing is the process of making, a, physical, object from a three, dimensional digital model homemade. Guns made almost entirely a three d.. Printed plastic components known as go guns because unregistered untraceable and don't have serial, numbers in, June. The US government reached an agreement with a nonprofit grouping Texas allowing. It legally to publish gun blueprints online a judge in Seattle said he was blocking the distribution plan because it could cause irreparable harm to US citizens US media reports say sources close to President. Trump say he's consider During tariffs of up. To twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. Sergeant stab good escalate the trade dispute between the world's two largest economies nNcholas Russia reports this would not be the first, time President Trump impose tariffs on Chinese imports but the goods targeted now would have. A bigger impact on consumers Mr. Trump had previously threatened Levy ten percent talks between Washington and Beijing have reached a standstill. And increased to twenty five percent Mike pressure China to return, to the negotiating table tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. Are already in place and have been reciprocated an airliner, has, crashed on takeoff during a heavy hailstorm in. Northern Mexico injuring eighty-five people the governor of the state of Durango said the plane had been hit by a gust of wind, as, it, left the runway will, grant has more Many Mexicans feared the worst when they. Saw the first images of the smoking wreckage of the Eyadema Hueco flight in a field. Outside the airport in dude angle yet incredibly it appears to more than one hundred passengers and crew on board at, the time had an unlikely escape Who must immediately the reports of passengers walking away from the damaged plane and seeking help on, a nearby highway the state governor in Durango Jose Ross. Has said via Twitter there had been no casualties low the number of injured. And the extent of their injuries still isn't clear. The US homeland security secretary has welcomed the Facebook's decision, to shot to more than thirty accounts which are apparently aimed at influencing the midterm elections casting Nielsen said any attempts to interfere in elections was a direct attack on democracy for this book took down almost ten thousand posts it said it could not be certain of their source but some had links to accounts used by the Kremlin world news from the BBC Prosecutors in the trial of, President Trump's former election campaign manager Paul. Manafort say he filed, false tax returns and tries to hide millions of dollars in foreign banks they're accused him, of using the money to fund a luxury lifestyle Mr. Manafort has pleaded not guilty to charges of Bank fraud. And tax evasion Amnesty International says, one of its employees has. Been targeted in a hack using. Isreaeli made government surveillance software it said the employee was sent a message. About a protest which contained a link designed to allow the sender access to their device Agnes, decided had traced the malware decides sides linked to the. Israeli firm NSO group and in so at its technology was solely for the. Investigation and prevention of crime and terrorism but said. It would investigate Amnesty's claims a new study says climate, change will render densely populated areas of China uninhabitable by the end of the century William otter reports this study published by scientists in the US finds that. From twenty seventy, onwards the north China plain will be hit repeatedly by heat waves, so intense that healthy. Adults sitting in the shade could perish within six hours the area runs along the Yellow River and includes the cradle of Chinese civilization. Nearly half a billion people call it home while it borders mega cities like Beijing and Shanghai much of it is fertile farmland should the humidity from Evaporating irrigated fields combined with, the vising temperatures researchers say the plane. Could be the first, real casualty of climate change that's if global CO two emissions including China's own continue pace Abandon wearing Muslim face veils in public comes into force, today in Denmark the measure was. Passed by the Danish parliament. In may a protest rallies planned later involving both Muslim and non Muslim. Women wearing the niqab in defiance of the law police are able to. Order women wearing face coverings to, leave public areas BBC news Hello I'm Emilio San Pedro and this is the newsroom from the BBC World. Service last month the Trump administration gave the go-ahead controversially for the design of three d., plastic guns to be available to everyone online, that meant in. Theory anyone could, download the, blueprint for the plastic firearm plug it into a three d.. Printer and with the right. Materials. Instantly create a gun with no, background check required and today, the gun access advocacy group defense distributed was due to put these blueprints online but a, judge has now issued an order stopping this publication several US states including Massachusetts went to court to stop these plans for. Being made available it's attorney general is moral Healy, I think most people in this it's pretty outrageous that Sunday the. A department store by three d. printer take it home and look up these files and all of. A sudden they have made a gun and it's a matter of national. Security because Basically what the Trump administration, was going to do we're going to allow criminals and terrorists to make their own guns at home We think, it is wrong on so many levels and we're really pleased with this court issued disorder, and I think that that future courts if they're going to consider this will also. Come out the same way speaking outside court the Washington state attorney general. Bob Ferguson also welcomed the judge's ruling complete, total victory everything we asked for we got from judge last name to be clear we're asking for a nationwide temporary restraining order putting a halt to.

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Greece, Macedonia to sign deal ending yearslong name dispute

BBC World Service

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Greece, Macedonia to sign deal ending yearslong name dispute

"Up in hospital but even though she was conscious she could not speak or move except for her eyes through her eyes move was like those tiny spong and yet i couldn't really believe that so i asked to rig it ucs she blinked and i also again do you understand what i'm saying and she linked again and then i knew that she was still in the find out how the couple managed to communicate through just a blink after the news neil nunez with the bbc news the first of more than six hundred migrants who were refused entry by italy and malta have arrived in spain the migrants were aboard an italian coastguard vessel which docked at the port of valencia shortly after dawn his damon gramatica the i if the ships arrived in at houghton valencia just as the sun was rising adorned glow in the background and spanish police boats circling is the vessel docked at the key side after we could see it's taken a thousand mile journey across the mediterranean to find a safe port prepared to take in the six hundred thirty people plucked from the waters off libya at the private rescue ship the aquarius on the doctor medical teams translators and red cross officials spain's new socialist government says it wants to show a different more humanitarian way for europe to deal with refugees and by grins crossing the sea greece and macedonia judah sign an agreement shortly aimed at ending decades of dispute about macedonia's name onto the deal greece's neighbor will be known as north macedonia guided lonely reports the two prime ministers will meet at lake presper on the border between that country's the scientists symbolic straddling both the greek province cold macedonia and the former yugoslav republic which is contentiously shed its name for the past three decades they'll put pen to paper on the greek side before heading for an early lunch and what they've agreed to call north macedonia they may receive a hot reception from protesters' police in athens used tear gas to disperse thousands of people who gathered at the parliament building on saturday they were chanting traitors as.

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"In he starts to stammer and i continuously proven wrong it's very rewarding join me what students learn to become the first far will against her turtles to fax it you can't handle the truth coming up after the news hello neil nunez with the baby easy news the saudi led coalition has launched its threatened assault on yemen's port city of our who data which is held by the iran toothy rambles frank gardner has the details from yemen from the air land and sea saudi led coalition forces have reportedly begun their assault on the outskirts of the rebelheld city of data in an operation dubbed golden victory yemen's rebels have control the vital port city for more than three years aid agencies say any attack on the city of six hundred thousand would be a humanitarian catastrophe but yemen's foreign minister told the bbc the decision to force the who is out of her data was taken more than a year ago he said the window of diplomacy was shutting down and that a deadline given to the un to force the hutus to abandon the port was agreed by all members of the saudi led coalition the japanese defense minister it's on odera has expressed his concern about president trump's announcement that the united states was suspending its joint military exercises with south korea mr trump made the announcement after his summit with north korean leader kim jong un which has been welcomed in pyongyang robin brand is in so on the front page of wednesday's workers daily newspapers showed the flags the handshake the smiles t men seemingly meeting on equal terms north korea's state run media also emphasized the surprise pledge from the president to halt what's it called irritating joint military exercises carried out by the us and south korea neither the american military command here nor it seems south korea's leaders knew that was coming others in the region a worried about that japan's defense minister said the joint military exercises play a vital role in east asia security in the united states they outcome of the summit has been broadly welcomed among mr trump's core supporters and on the conservative tv channel fox news the president has been praised for a historic diplomatic breakthrough but there's also been skepticism among both republicans and democrats that beyond abroad proposal for denuclearization there was a lack of detail the.

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02:15 min | 3 years ago

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"Harry and megan marks a new chapter for the british royal family will be looking at some of the forces that have monarchy in their sights we'll be hearing from the director of the australian republican movement who says the royal family's represent race inheritance and privilege so is a president with power or a dignified super ambasaddor preferable to a crowned head of state that's all after summary of the news bbc news wave neil nunez police in malaysia have carried out a second night of raids on properties linked to the former prime minister naji baraza they have seized hundreds of boxes of luxury items and handbags full of foreign currency and say they are still trying to drill into a safe mr najia and his wife were banned from leaving the country after he lost power in recent elections he denies wrongdoing china has dropped punitive measures against imports of sorghum mckee usc wheel crop in an attempts to ease trade tensions with washington sorghum is used to feed pigs and also in the liquor distilling process the trade is worth a billion dollars a year the world health organization has raised this assessment of the risks to public health from the ebola outbreak in the democratic republic of congo from high to very high at the national level eleven more people are confirmed to have quarter boater an emergency session of the un human rights council is to begin shortly on the vitamins at the gaza border that followed the inauguration of a new us embassy in jerusalem arab states had called for the meeting in response to the killing of fifty eight palestinians by israeli troops counting of votes is underway in burundi after a referendum that could allow president pierre currencies to stay in office for a further fourteen years after his current term ends in twenty twenty the opposition says some people are forced to vote the australian government has refused to say how many athletes from last month's commonwealth games remain in the country more than a dozen disappeared during the games visas for compete for competitors expired earlier this week meghan markle's mother doria ragland will meet queen elizabeth later a day before her daughter mary's into britain's royal family.

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Israel, Taiwan and Taiwan China discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Israel, Taiwan and Taiwan China discussed on BBC World Service

"Bbc news with neil nunez they affairs of renewed violence in the middle east today as the palestinians prepared to mock knockabout or catastrophe day the day they commemorate the expulsion or flight from their homes of at least seven hundred thousand palestinians as a result of the creation of the state of israel ed comes one day after the us moved his embassy to jerusalem sparking protests the taliban have launched a coordinated attack on the city of ferrara in western of ghanistan reports say parts of the city have fallen and people are fleeing the open society foundation founded by the billionaire george soros has announced it's closing it's hungary office and relocating to germany blaming an increasingly repressive political and legal environment mr sarah's denies hungarian government accusations that his own dacian is part of a plan to bring unsustainable numbers of migrants to europe australia has ordered athletes who disappeared from last month month's commonwealth games to hand themselves in before the end of tuesday or face deportation more than a dozen competitors from four african countries are missing authorities in the us city of seattle art attacks large companies two hundred and seventy five dollars each of their employees in a bid to raise money to tackle homelessness and build affordable housing amazon and starbucks are among the firms affected the german football federation has criticized two of its internationals measured ozone and ilici gone for posing in photos with the turkish president regimen type oda won the do players were born in germany but of tacky in the us clothing giant gap has apologized to beijing for selling t shirt featuring a map of china that does not include taiwan china considers taiwan to be a renegade province awaiting reunification gap said the emission was an unintentional mistake bbc news this is.

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Taliban militants besiege Farah provincial capital in Afghanistan

BBC World Service

02:16 min | 3 years ago

Taliban militants besiege Farah provincial capital in Afghanistan

"Auden shift ski he's interested in global manufacturing and the forces shaping its future alexandra misery he researches the garment industry in india and beyond nina rappaport an architecture critic fascinated by future of making things especially in the city and joshua b freeman a historian who studied the global factory story so join us for the forum after the news neil nunez with the bbc news fresh protests against israel are expected today in the palestinian territories on the seventieth anniversary of what estonians goal the nakba or catastrophe details from tom bateman in jerusalem the palestinian president mahmoud abbas described israel's actions as a massacre saying yesterday was one of the most violent days the palestinian nation had seen he declared three days of mourning and a general strike adding that his people would not stop their peaceful struggle all sides seem braced for the prospect of further bloodshed palistinian in gaza had intended that six weeks of protests would culminate today to mark seventy years since their dispossession in the conflict surrounding israel's creation in addition the funerals of many who died will take place adding to a volatile atmosphere the taliban have launched a coordinated attack on the provincial capital of ferrara in western of ghanistan reports say parts of ferocity have fallen to the militant group and people are in panic trying to leave town aliyah a traffic reports fighting the tower head off the farah provincial council told the bbc heavy fighting was continuing between the afghan forces and taliban insurgents mr buck our said afghan forces stationed there needed immediate support eyewitnesses said the taliban have captured the provincial office of the national security directorate there are also reports that the deputy chief of police has been killed fighting is now ongoing five hundred meters from the police headquarters eyewitnesses also tell of a real panic amongst the people as everyone tries to leave the city the afghan defense ministry now says all available military force including from the air is being deployed to bring the situation ferrall on the control the iraqi political bloc led by the former shia militia chief moqtada asada is headed for victory in the weekend's elections with more than ninety percent of the results now announced the surprise success of his group will give him considerable influence in deciding who will become prime minister the us city of seattle has voted to impose a new tax on the.

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02:40 min | 3 years ago

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"Hello neil nunez with the bbc news president trump has ordered the us commerce department to help save the chinese technology companies ed t e which is in danger of going out of business because of a us exports man donald trump tweets you that he was working with the chinese president because too many jobs in china were at risk here's chris butler ta mix smartphones and telecommunications products and it relies on american companies for some of the technology that goes into this product so for example microchips and specialist glass but last year they admitted were find a huge amount of money for legally shipping telecommunications equipment to iran and north korea and the us department of commerce ended up placing a seven year ban on us companies being able to supply that goods and products to the chinese firm this has been a real bone of contention for the chinese government on they have been involved in conversations as part of their wider trade talks that have been taking place between washington and beijing there's been an explosion at the police headquarters in indonesia's secondbiggest students were by a day after suicide bombers attacked three churches there a number of people are believed to have been killed simon clemson has the details video footage of the incident shows two motorbikes approaching a police checkpoint officers step up to speak to the drivers and are apparently caught in the blast although it's not clear how many people were killed or injured there have been a number of bombings by islamic militants in indonesia recently sunday's attacks at three churches were blamed on a couple and their four children who had recently returned from syria at least thirteen people were killed and dozens injured responding to the latest incident the country's president pledged to push three new antiterrorism legislation the world health organization says it hopes to be able to deploy an experimental ebola vaccine as early as this week to deal with an outbreak in the democratic republic of congo thirty five suspected cases have been reported so far more than half of them fatal who directorgeneral federal's at hanham gabrielle's has just visited the region that things we have really encouraging and the house by house quantock facing and they have at to people who had contact as my agent and it will help for boxing nation also the united states will open its new embassy into rousselin later following donald trump's decision to recognize the city as.

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02:51 min | 3 years ago

Washington, Editor and America discussed on Midday on WNYC

"We will move the american embassy to the turtles capital of the jewish people jerusalem and later today the us embassy will reopen in jerusalem the mexican government condemns the murders of three candidates in the past week so what's behind them some areas the executions are linked to drug trafficking drug cartels three generations at the same family killed in an apparent murdersuicide in western australia and could antibiotics be the main cause of potentially lifethreatening allergic reactions during surgery neil nunez with the bbc news president trump has ordered the us commerce department to help save the chinese technology companies anti which is in danger of going out of business because of a us export ban in an apparent uturn ahead of important trade talks this week donald trump tweeted that he was working with the chinese president because too many jobs in china were at risk chris bokola is in washington ta makes smartphones and telecommunications products and it relies on american companies for some of the technology that goes into this product so for example microchips and specialist glossed but last year they admitted were find a huge amount of money for a legally shipping telecommunications equipment to iran and north korea and the us department of commerce ended up placing a seven year ban on us companies been able to supply that goods and products to the chinese firm now this has been a real bone of contention for the chinese government on they have been involved in conversations as part of their wider trade talks that have been taking place between washington on beijing there's been an explosion outside the police headquarters in indonesia's second biggest city sewer abaya a day after suicide bombers attacked three churches their video footage shows to people approaching a checkpoint on motorcycles before apparently blowing themselves up local media report suggests a number of people were killed including police officers the mexican government has condemned the high level of violence which has plagued campaigning for presidential and general elections due on the first of july three local merrill candidates have been murdered over the past week are america's editor candidate reports the cabinet minister alfonso navarette said the government was committed to cracking down on violent acts the mexican risk analysts attell cat said there'd be nova ninety deaths since september security experts suspect the von system by criminal gangs trying to install friendly lawmakers in their territory and scare off rivals most of the victims were running for local office far from the national spotlight the world health organizations as.

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02:26 min | 3 years ago

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"Hello i'm rory kathryn jones and let me ask you a question do you ever feel you need more money well now you can just create your own digital currency and sell it to people the process is called an initial coin offering all ico it's fans say it's a way for new companies to raise money quickly and will transform the global financial system but skeptics warn is just the latest get rich quick investment grays let me take you into a world of magical money after the news baby's e news with neil nunez israel has launched a wave of strikes against syria in response to what it said was a rocket attack by iranian revolutionary guards on its positions in the golan heights israel's editor tax dozens of iranian targets in syria including weapons stores missile launches and intelligence facilities it said syrian air defense systems are also struck the malaysian prime minister najib razak has said he accepts the verdict of the people after his shock election defeat at the hands of his former mentor the ninety two year old mahathir mohamad the vote marked a stunning political comeback for dr mahathir he ousted the party that's been in power ever since independence the three americans released by north korea on wednesday have thanked president trump and his secretary of state mike pompeo for securing their release they'll be matched by the president when they arrive at the andrews air force base the the white house said it was a gesture of goodwill ahead of the planned summit between mr trump and kim jong on the former head of unbiased one of china's largest insurance companies has been sentenced to eighteen years in prison for fraud washy al clay was detained last year on charges fraud and embezzlement state media said the court also ordered more than one and a half billion dollars to be confiscated from him the royal bank of scotland has agreed a four point nine billion dollar settlement with us regulators to end a probe into its actions in the runup to the financial crisis of two thousand and eight the penalty is less than some analysts expected and obvious said most of it would be covered by money already set aside california is such to become the fast us staged mandates solar panels on almost all new build homes it's part of the state's ambition to source half its electricity from renewable sources by.

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02:13 min | 3 years ago

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"Hi my name is regina leaping i'm from the solomon islands a commonwealth nation in the pacific ocean sea levels here are rising around three times faster than the global average some of allen's have already been lost to the ocean my family used to live on an island but due to see rise we have to move join me regina leaping in allen's on the front line in a few minutes on the bbc world service abc news with neil nunez reports from the united states say the director of the cia mike pompeo traveled to pyongyang for a secret meeting with the north korean leader kim jong on the reports say the meeting took place during the easter weekend earlier mr trump acknowledged the us had held die ranked high level talks the two leaders are due to meet this summer the former us first lady barbara bush has died at the age of ninety two the only woman to have seen both are husband and her son sworn in as the american president mrs bush had been on well for some time and had declined further medical treatment the us drug enforcement administration has to have new powers to limit the quantity of painkillers are opioids that can be made each year by drug manufacturers the new regulations would give the da the ability to force drugs firms to cut opioid production if there was evidence that the drugs they've made where being misused malaria ex experts are calling for a renewed efforts to combat the disease which is becoming more common after two decades of decline campaign isn't health groups say the up to and is caused by increased resistance to drugs at insecticides and cuts in funding and research president trump has voiced his support for an american pasta who is on trial in turkey accused of helping what ankara describes as terrorists organizations mr trump said pastor andrew bramson was being persecuted for no reason but jackie accuses him of helping the band to kurdish dan workers party and a group led by fetchy lagoon a major surfing event in australia has been called off after two shock attacks on swimmers in the area.

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm neil nunez with the bbc news the american and british galvin men's are expected to decide today on their response to the suspected chemical weapons attack in syria the us national security council but me to finalize recommendations to president trump on military action from washington johnson at the white house briefing last night the president's press secretary made clear that no final decisions have been made or military action against syria all options were on the table but that will change today when the national security council meets to finalize its recommendations to present to the president the nfc comprises the most senior intelligence defense and foreign policy staff from across government they thin monitoring potential targets in syria and report the president assad's forces have already moved some of their aircraft to try to protect them from attacks one senior source told me that while no timing said being finalized this weekend seemed the most likely moment for action a chinese official who was once considered a possible future leader has gone in tron on bribery charges soon june cy was under last year the youngest member of the ruling polit bureau and was the communist party leader in the metropolis of chongqing the quarter was told that he had used his position to procure at large amount of money and goods from those who wanted his help the european parliament civil liberties committee is due to me to debate the reelection of the nationalist government in hungary last weekend the committee he could ask for sanctions to be imposed on the country from budapest here's nickel and then visit the european parliament as well as eu leaders are divided over how to handle the challenge posed by to.

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02:38 min | 3 years ago

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"Hello i'm neil nunez with the bbc news the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons is due to hold an emergency session in the hague as i shouldn't requested by russia will discuss the poisoning of the former russian spine sergei screw pile and his daughter in britain and only get has this report if british prime minister theresa may told parliament the attack involved a military grade nerve agent and that the only plausible explanation was that russia was culpable an allegation moscow has repeatedly denied on tuesday the head of britain's military research central portion down confirmed it had identified the chemical used as a novel talk but said it was not their job to say where it was manufactured investigators from the opcw visited salisbury and collected samples they're expecting to receive the results of the independent lab tests within a week the head of the brazilian army has spoken out against impunity on the eve of a supreme court ruling on whether the former president luiz inacio lula da silva should be sent to prison for corruption general ed waldo villas boas said of the army respected the constitution and was attentive to its institutional missions thousands of brazilians demonstrated against lula these protesters explained why poppulation is protesting for justice brazilians are sick of violence of so much impunity bazillions now this will change if we mobilize going out onto the streets and demanding it that's is what we should be doing here we are calling for lula to being jail and end to immunity i want this man the whole gang in jail together every corrupt person in the country school china is to announce a series of retaliatory trade steps in response to the latest round of proposed us tariff hikes on chinese goods they cover more than thirteen hundred separate items from flat screen televisions to jet engines and robotics golfing is the spokesman of the chinese commerce ministry nathan what the united states has done is gravely violated the basic principles and spirit of the world trade organization china will immediately put the us move to the dispute settlement mechanism at the wto at the same time china would take reciprocal measures with the.

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Putin demands Russia be included in probe of Russian ex-spy's poisoning

BBC World Service

02:38 min | 3 years ago

Putin demands Russia be included in probe of Russian ex-spy's poisoning

"Hello i'm neil nunez with the bbc news the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons is due to hold an emergency session in the hague as i shouldn't requested by russia will discuss the poisoning of the former russian spine sergei screw pile and his daughter in britain and only get has this report if british prime minister theresa may told parliament the attack involved a military grade nerve agent and that the only plausible explanation was that russia was culpable an allegation moscow has repeatedly denied on tuesday the head of britain's military research central portion down confirmed it had identified the chemical used as a novel talk but said it was not their job to say where it was manufactured investigators from the opcw visited salisbury and collected samples they're expecting to receive the results of the independent lab tests within a week the head of the brazilian army has spoken out against impunity on the eve of a supreme court ruling on whether the former president luiz inacio lula da silva should be sent to prison for corruption general ed waldo villas boas said of the army respected the constitution and was attentive to its institutional missions thousands of brazilians demonstrated against lula these protesters explained why poppulation is protesting for justice brazilians are sick of violence of so much impunity bazillions now this will change if we mobilize going out onto the streets and demanding it that's is what we should be doing here we are calling for lula to being jail and end to immunity i want this man the whole gang in jail together every corrupt person in the country school china is to announce a series of retaliatory trade steps in response to the latest round of proposed us tariff hikes on chinese goods they cover more than thirteen hundred separate items from flat screen televisions to jet engines and robotics golfing is the spokesman of the chinese commerce ministry nathan what the united states has done is gravely violated the basic principles and spirit of the world trade organization china will immediately put the us move to the dispute settlement mechanism at the wto at the same time china would take reciprocal measures with the.

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China imposing new tariffs on U.S. products in retaliation of Trump tariffs

BBC World Service

02:15 min | 3 years ago

China imposing new tariffs on U.S. products in retaliation of Trump tariffs

"The coming up on the outside with me nikki baby oscar winning director steven soderbergh shot his new movie unseen on an iphone he tells us why and director abel juvenile tells us about her new film a wrinkle in time and working with the special effects team nothing's being decided by the effects people i'm the director and i am involved in every part of the process so i think there are some situations where a director may feel uncomfortable and step out of that top part of the process but for me it was a real joy genucel monet talks about her new album dirty computer and the british gorge of musical theatre sir andrew lloyd webber really rates the new sound of roadway the new writers who are writing with a much much broader spectrum influences a much wider and they're much more based in robelike mine were all that and a nigerian author who's that in my coming up on the arts our hello neil nunez with the bbc news china has imposed new import taxes on three billion dollars worth of us goods in response to president trump's increased tariffs on steel and aluminium products mr trump has also warned of additional tariffs on chinese goods as a penalty for violations of us intellectual property law are china correspondent steve mcdonald has the details from today one hundred and twenty eight hundred nine hundred states products a subject to chinese tariffs larrikin pork and scrap aluminium at a rate of twenty five percents knots fruit gene sing and wine at fifteen percent the measures announced by china's finance ministry said to be in response to washington's first round of tariffs on steel and aluminium the trump administration said it had to act to curb what is described as china's theft of foreign intellectual property but analysts have warned that tit for tat rounds of tariff imposition risks dragging other countries into a fullblown trade war essential left candidate in the presidential elections in costa rica condos alvarado has decisively defeated his conservative challenger details from willow ground the result now irreversible many costa ricans have breathing a huge side relief plenty.

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

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"Come after this news update from the bbc world service hello neil nunez with babies news the un agency which provides relief for palestinian refugees own ra as colder decision by the united states to suspend the lodge trauma of its funding regrettable abrupt and home for the united states seven it'll deliver only 68million of this year's instalment withholding the remaining 65 million the future consideration chris ghana's is onerous spokesman decision except in one of the longest standing most successful at it ever hits he went developments in tablets in the u n in the middle east and its state is the access of the hostile billion poison pills to over 700 i'm the schools are at stake is the thing see a machine when security of millions of palestine refugees we tend to the take the elderly the dying from little children and women so touches washington state nothing less than the secure see and stability oats permit leaks a group of 20 nations has vowed to tougher measures to curtail north korea's ability to evade existing sanctions over its nuclear program ministers meeting in the canadian city of vancouver also agreed to consider imposing new punitive measures on pyongyang bob shah has more no dramatic decisions were taken in vancouver foreign ministers discussed how they could work together more closely to tighten the squeeze on north korea to implement un sanctions to consider others and to stop smuggling especially by sea but the organizers projected a sense of solidarity and resolve declaring that the sanctions were beginning to bite a joint statement expressed support for the talks between seoul and pyongyang that have eased tensions for the olympics in south korea but there was scepticism especially from the.

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

"neil nunez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello i'm neil nunez with the bbc news in a major political offset in the united states the democratic party candidate doug jones has won this special election for a us senate seat in the conservative state of alabama mr jones a former lawyer known for prosecuting white supremacists said alabama had shown america the way to be unified and that it was time to celebrate can i is it my current joycelyn because as dr king like to quote the moral arc of the universe is long but it bans tore just the result is an embarrassment for president donald trump he's aborted the republican ponta gun dade roy moore who was fighting allegations of sexual misconduct with teenagers mr more has so far refused to concede i really want to thank you for coming tonight and realize win the vote is this close it is not over and we still got the go by the rules about this recount prevision but we also know that god is always in control doug jones is the first democrat and a quarter of a century to win a us senate seat in alabama more now from mick bronze this was an extraordinary victory for the democratic candidate doug jones in many ways this was a referendum on the character of his republican opponent the evangelical e populists roy mole who faced allegations which she's denied of sexual misconduct but it's also a stinging setback for donald trump who had strongly backed moles controversial candidacy against the advice of senior figures in the republican establishment donald trump has already struggled to pass legislation on capitol hill of the loss of a seat in the republicancontrolled senate makes the arithmetic even trickier for the.

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"neil nunez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"neil nunez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"World around them by bringing world events cultures a tissues into focus that's apm american public me ooh oh however far throw he travels to bbc will bring it home with with that now seth wayne reporters and correspondence located around the world the bbc world service and wnyc an nfl new york oh coming up on these are extra in the next half hour we'll move away from airports and other security uses of facial recognition software and look at other applications is already software that enables you to take a picture of the person sitting opposite you on the bus and then to see on your screen that social media profile well and also heard long before you could walk into a shop take a product and walk out with a sharp automatically charging you on the basis of facial recognition all that after this new summary bbc news with neil nunez police officers in spain have shot dead five suspected terrorists in the holiday resorts of cambrils south of the city of barcelona the militants who were wearing a barnes suicide belts had been linked to an earlier attack in barcelona in which thirteen people were killed in both incidents vehicles were driven into crowds the man responsible for the deaths in barcelona escaped and it's not yet known if he's one of those killed in cambrils the spanish prime minister mariano rajoy has said jihadist terrorists were responsible for the attacks a minute's silence for the victims of the attacks in barcelona will be observed across spain today mr hory also announced three days of national mourning meanwhile the police say the attacks are connected to a massive explosion which destroyed a house further along the coast on wednesday night police had large quantities of gas had been found which was intended for use in a bomb attack one person was killed in the blast it all the news the us navy has announced that about a dozen sailors ought to be disciplined after seven crewmembers were killed in a collision between viewership and the philippines cargo vessel in june the commanding officer of the us as fitzgerald will no longer serve aboard the ship police in the philippines capital manila have conducted operations against suspected of drugs traffickers for a third night this week several people are reported to have been killed armed forces chiefs and portugal will hold talks with.

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