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"nesia" Discussed on The Free Agents

The Free Agents

02:57 min | 8 months ago

"nesia" Discussed on The Free Agents

"The open door button for the minivan to the point. Her hats has to reach him and help him. Okay so so you know. He's he's not used to this dad stuff dad life. He's not about it but that's what he's doing. And then meanwhile you got com trying to help lead sweaty as we love to call her a regained her memory because she's still got him nesia from from the last flick and he's he's trying to help her out take sorta race wars back. I couldn't believe resources back. I sorta got excited. I mean it's so long this point. You're like wow my god that's like that's from the first movie and then i'm like is that hector that's hector that's actor first movie that she punches when she like she has a bit of a freak out after she. She wins her race. Got a little tip from dom. She's racing. I couldn't tell who was racing and sandals somebody was raising was sweaty. Letty couldn't believe what he later. Danger always sweaty. Yeah but she wins in like freaks out. She's like these like it's triggering right being back at race wars and that's what sort of punches hector. Because everybody's just congratulating letter breathe a little bit but anyway what are you going to start this movie jd. We'll go to first with with. Brian getting used to be in a data than dom really trying to get. Let back into be lady you know. Yeah i mean. I think it was a good Strategy for dom to try to get you know. Take letty to the familiar places. And i like you where it was kind of pumped above race wars being back. you know. They didn't change the name. It which is fortunate. Yeah but what it. How are you going to fit that. Hey it's race wars race wars. what's that we created. Race wars unfortunate name on for like why did we name it. That why flash. We got the brand. We got the trademark inconstant or they get there and it's just it's basically like oh we're calling it a rumble in the desert. Why does that well. It used to be called stores exactly but you skipped over the opening of the movie where we meet where we meet shah right. Yeah well yeah. I was gonna get to it sort of it's a meanwhile thing but you're right it is actually seen. It is the first scene but this with our with our two main characters. You're fine with what trying to do with lady and brian getting used to being that. Yeah i mean. I thought it was a good idea to get her in a place i mean. Unfortunately she got overwhelmed and punched. Poor hector i mean but he could take punchy his pretty good surprisingly. But hey it's letty. Sometimes she goes off on punches. You right in the face and for brian..

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"nesia" Discussed on PodQuiz

PodQuiz

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"nesia" Discussed on PodQuiz

"Twelve roger federer. thirteen was jimmy connors. The fourteen was pete. Some price and number fifteen was chris effort round four. The fun around was geography and the end sitting on sixteen. Mount everest is part of the himalayas. Questions haven't seen the un's group that was not a group of greek islands. Was the pentagon needs. I just made that up. Eighteen stretch of water separating australia and new zealand as the tasman sea team. That river formerly known as zaire is the congo and number twenty. I needed three of the ten countries that the sahara spans. Any three of the following with algeria chat egypt libya mali mauritania morocco nesia sudan or teenage year. That's it quiz eight five full. Thank you very much for listening. I hope you enjoyed it. Feedback is as a appreciated. Some people leave their schools on the website. Www dot put crystal. We can email me. Quizmaster poled crystal or this facebook and twitter pisces. A few mistakes before we go. Happy birthday to gareth with from emily. Michael people stay deanna from job and happy birthday tracy from.

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"nesia" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"nesia" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Could make its trap close. It does when it catches a fly and also without damaging the plant the researchers also detached the trap portion of the venus flytrap and attached it to a robotic arm so that a signal could tell it to grip something very thin and fragile like a piece of wire. The hope is that plants as living sensors could help monitor environmental pollution from gas or water and also act like soft robots. Yeah the off robot. Part of this really caught my eye being able to use that material that sensor. I don't know if you'd have to keep growing vitas fly traps to provide it but the idea of soft robots is. They're able to do things that metal servoz can't because because they're softer gentler. They don't damage. The people who work with them and on a venus flytrap being able to move threads that can provide a lot of sensitive manipulative ability to robots robots. Don't have right now. That's a massive massive potential. Cool thing when it comes to aesthetics for example you know how much pressure somebody puts on a prosthetic arm and prosthetic fingers having that gentler take rather than the big like you said cervo big awkward robot take that most of robotics seems to be stuck with right now. This is a much cooler. Granular approach to movement. And i hope it translates to some of that as well. That would be really cool. It could also be the beginning of What's that musical you know where the venous flow beets people. Steve martin and martin short. I can't remember rick. Moranis wasn't a little shop before. Stop there we got there all right. Let's check out the mailbag. Let's do we got a nice email from scott who rode in wasn't used god john different guy. Yeah she thought maybe adam nesia different style. Scott says between the possibility of the next apple. Watch having a glucose monitor to the coverage of big. Foot's connected insulin pens. Y'all did a great job explaining an understanding them especially understanding the lifting of the management burden with bigfoot. that's a real tangible relief. Thank you so much. Scott scott goes on to say come. October all have lived with type one diabetes for forty years and in my time seen t one detect covered rarely understood or explained well by those outside. the community. scott also says as a side note yes. Sarah's smart lights are still just as valid after the big announcement as they were before we can all get along. No problem yes you. You're saying my lights don't seem that important in light of this but but scott says no. Your your lights are still important but thank you scott and i hire compliment. I cannot imagine being paid From someone within a community saying that that you know because we work hard to try to get this stuff right to to sing. We did at this time. So thank you scott early appreciate that. Yeah thank you so much love. the feedback. Love all of your feedback. You got questions comments. You can send to all of that to us. We read it all. We promised feedback at daily tech new show. Dot com also shouted to patrons.

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"nesia" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"nesia" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Could make its trap close. It does when it catches a fly and also without damaging the plant the researchers also detached the trap portion of the venus flytrap and attached it to a robotic arm so that a signal could tell it to grip something very thin and fragile like a piece of wire. The hope is that plants as living sensors could help monitor environmental pollution from gas or water and also act like soft robots. Yeah the off robot. Part of this really caught my eye being able to use that material that sensor. I don't know if you'd have to keep growing vitas fly traps to provide it but the idea of soft robots is. They're able to do things that metal servoz can't because because they're softer gentler. They don't damage. The people who work with them and on a venus flytrap being able to move threads that can provide a lot of sensitive manipulative ability to robots robots. Don't have right now. That's a massive massive potential. Cool thing when it comes to aesthetics for example you know how much pressure somebody puts on a prosthetic arm and prosthetic fingers having that gentler take rather than the big like you said cervo big awkward robot to most of robotics seems to be stuck with right now. This is a much cooler. Granular approach to movement. And i hope it translates to some of that as well. That would be really cool. It could also be the beginning of What's that musical you know where the venous flow beets people. Steve martin and martin short. I can't remember rick. Moranis wasn't a little shopping. There we got there all right. Let's check out the mailbag. Let's do we got a nice email from scott who rode in wasn't used god john different guy. Yeah she thought maybe adam nesia different style. Scott says between the possibility of the next apple. Watch having a glucose monitor to the coverage of big. Foot's connected insulin pens. Y'all did a great job explaining an understanding them especially understanding the lifting of the management burden with bigfoot. that's a real tangible relief. Thank you so much. Scott scott goes on to say come. October all have lived with type one diabetes for forty years and in my time seen t one detect covered rarely understood or explained well by those outside. the community. scott also says as a side note yes. Sarah's smart lights are still just as valid after the big announcement as they were before we can all get along. No problem yes you. You're saying my lights don't seem that important in light of this but but scott says your lights are still important. But thank you scott and i hire compliment. I cannot imagine being paid From someone within a community saying that that you know because we work hard to try to get this stuff right to to sing. We did at this time. So thank you scott. Early appreciate them. Yeah thank you so much. Love the feedback. Love all of your feedback. You got questions comments. You can send to all of that to us. We read it all. We promised feedback at daily tech new show. Dot com also shouted to patrons at our master under grandmaster levels today..

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"nesia" Discussed on SUSCAST

SUSCAST

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"nesia" Discussed on SUSCAST

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What if we vaccinated everyone in poorer countries first?

Coronacast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

What if we vaccinated everyone in poorer countries first?

"Hello this is corona cost a daily podcast all about the coronavirus. I'm health reported teigen. Thailand and opposition journalist alter norman swan is tuesday the ninth of march two thousand and twenty one. So let's talk today about who gets vaccines when and let's talk about it from a global perspective because we've been talking a lot in australia about phase one a phase one b and all that sort of thing but really we have virtually no virus. It'll in australia. And it's running rampant around the globe and as we were saying yesterday when the virus running rampant in poorer countries. there's a high likelihood of variants popping up. That could cause problems with vaccines that we've got so ruth is ask us. Would it be betta for australia to vaccinate ourselves first and then turn our attentions to helping. Poor countries get vaccinated all to prioritize vaccinating people in poor countries first and then vaccinating australians. Second well there is a way through this but it's politically fraught one is that you could really go and make sure that all workers. That's everybody airport. Workers airport catering workers airline crews etc and their families and households are all unionized and preferably with the pfizer. Vaccines works quickly and his high performance. Hopefully against the variance and higher performance than astra. Also if you were to immunize. Australians before they come back home harder much harder to do then serious pretty well protected with our contact tracing and so on. And we've got time and therefore you could in theory divert two countries around us at an earlier. Stage the problem there is we would have to actually go into those countries and help them implement. It's not enough just to jump. Fis are at their door and hope that it actually gets there. We would have to devote resources to helping like we did with hiv by the way to helping. Those countries implement prevention and implement immunization campaigns. Many of them are pretty good at it but the probably need help to do that. So it's not just. The vaccine is the services in order to do it and the cold chain which is quite considerable so the issue could and it makes public health sense internationally if you could suppress this in countries where it's running rampant and have fewer variants being thrown off. Then you would actually make a big difference. But if you think of indonesia it's a huge country with a vast population and it would require concerted international effort to make sure indonesia it's enough doses and implements them and then you've got the pacific islands some of which are very competent. Doing this sort of thing and some of which might have problems. It's not straightforward australia's a rich country. But it's not particularly be country on the global scale would estimating vaccines really make that much of a difference. Mchugh difference to the pacific islands where the populations are small and we could certainly deliver enough vaccine to really get great coverage and places like fiji to value solomon islands and so on because the small populations and we can certainly devote enough vaccine there to get really great coverage the issues indonesia which is going too fast population as i said and chaotic health system in some parts and some of the islands massive cappella ago. So the question is what do you do. But indonesia howdy helping to nesia the sort of those. We could give would be a little bit of a drop in the ocean which require other nations to help out am and other suppliers to help heart.

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Stopping human traffickers in the Sahel

UN News

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Stopping human traffickers in the Sahel

"The work of the un and its partners never stops to prevent human traffickers from exploiting desperate people in west and central africa as they embark on dangerous journeys across these heart desert in search of opportunities further north and in europe to explain what is being done to tackle smuggling gangs. I spoke to vessel coastal. He's the un refugee agency's special envoy for the central mediterranean situation of concern to us are refugees. War already formed protection in the country normally neighboring country or four gene but because of the issues relating to covid many lost their job loss sometime their shelter on some may consider moving on to try to find better protection elsewhere. One thing. I know that people might be keen to find out about how cold it has affected or impacted on migration. Because what's clear from the report released. Is that human smugglers human traffickers. They haven't had any trouble in going around the restrictions have they know absolutely. It's a market opportunity for smugglers traffic yesterday diversified. Their will for try to make some more attractive for these people to embark on those donates on in order to sit come vent a border closure in particular land border closure. They take higher risk on some of the people unfortunately trapping those journeys. Could you maybe tell me some life stories that are featured in your report from the u n refugee agency. There's one that really struck me a somali boy who was travelling unaccompanied from somalia to ethiopia to sedan and then to libya than ultimately to malta. Absolutely on we get to lia people like that they don't stop at the first country of asylum because editor condition are not there editor because they were confronted to incident in the first place. They arrive on the feel. It's not safe address some time. It's because the traffickers has light to them and told them well. We have a job lineup for you in libya. Make you cross through europe on. Those people don't realize that even before reaching libya they're going to get into trouble while crossing swatter countries because the so-called gentle smugglers actually turn very quickly nasty traffic years. Yeah let's just back that up with some data. I know you're report. Says more than five hundred people died trying to cross the sea from libya and twenty twenty often on overcrowded inflatable boats. So what is the. Unhcr the urine refugee agency trying to do with local governments when with local governments. We try to tell them to combat trafficking activity because there are too many known human traffickers that have never been brought to justice on that applies to many coastal states but we trying to work also with communities to tell them to offer another alternative that there might be other solutions on the weights too late when the people reach libya which wisden sarah territory because going to be tempting for people to want those boats on belief the traffic yourself telling them pretty. Tell me about some of your community initiatives. There's one that you cool telling the real story that tries to prevent smuggling and trafficking exactly debts targeting eastern africa mentally eritreans on somali we have mobilized diaspora in europe on the square to let people tell their story. What up to them. So it's sunny filter. Dissolve videos disarm chat forum where people talk to people in their language on. Tell them exactly what has happened to them to try to demystify. On debunk the narrative of the traffic use. Where's your focus at the moment because libya's being in turmoil for so long and it was such a poll for migrants. But we hear that bikini fast has a really growing displacement crisis to yes. there's been a significant increase. In displacement in the western side countries i mean most trillion people displaced because of the conflict. Not that many people leave the region. Manley malians few citizens from rookie. Necessa but many stay-at-home was displacing. Nesia stay nesia. They don't on baucom those dangerous johnny. So that's one area of focus western sale. The other one is the crisis linked to what has done in tigray recently over the last two months on the displacement weariness you appear on ensued. How can you tell me about some of the solutions for placing people who need international protection with their families and talking about family reunification. There are some pilot projects that you've launched with egypt sudan and others. Yes we try to look again at the narrative of many states saying you know but legal pathways exists. People need to use them rather than to embark on the dangerous journeys on. We realized that in reality goes legal. Press quiz extremely difficult to access. If you are refugee camp in eastern sudan you may not get the commission to leave the count to go to the capital city. Where you know. The unbe skilled the country where you have release may not be open or may not exist at all so what we try is facilitate access to the documentation on simply procedural four people. Could we quickly go back to the unaccompanied somaliland. Do you know what happened to him. He ended up in multi indian. Didn't he yes he did you. I don't know what happened to afterwards but the majority of those unaccompanied children from somalia depending where they come from. They will get a protective status in europe in principle

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"nesia" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"nesia" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

"In some ways that they they felt they got something in return from al shabab. The critics pay al-shabaab tax or fee. Al-shabaab leave them alone. It guarantees degree of security is something that government do the in some cases you actually get the local population saying what it's worth it to pay these groups because then they'll leave us alone. We'll have a bit of protection. So it's interesting to see the way that the groups have become less kind of foreign funded even though they will still be getting some money from overseas but they're getting taxes locally and in fact i heard from one senior united nations official who i spoke to said that in fact al shabaab and i don't know whether this is true. This is what they totally al-shabaab was actually sending. Some money had raised locally overseas to help fund extremist groups outlet in the well so that was really interesting because normally you think the money would be coming in to africa but if it's true that they're actually funding groups outside africa. That's a whole new level of threats that we're confronted with mary within all of this chaos. It seems that not all the news is bad. From african. in many countries social and economic indicators have improved. We've podcasts at about that. As and there's a new trade initiative among african nations are the african nations also working together in anti-terrorism efforts or is this to spread out into atomised to be able to do something from the inside. I mean they're all efforts. Like if you look in nigeria and in the suhel there are groups of countries have got together for example nesia cameroon nigeria to try to combat the threat of poco haram and slavic states affiliated groups. That but they don't seem to have had tremendous success partly because you've also got not know armies trying to deal with the problem and then international voltage as well so that they're not very well. Cooled nathan that quite a confusion so but they're all kind of regional efforts. You get the same in that same. Mozambique tanzania because they've will now been tapped by mozambican miss. They say that they're going to be working closely with the move on beacon that problem you have with the somali example. You have an african union force. Made up of countries like uganda. Windy djibouti.

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The latest On The Indonesian Plane Crash

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:33 min | 1 year ago

The latest On The Indonesian Plane Crash

"Boxes from a passenger plane that crashed into the sea soon after takeoff in indonesia on saturday have now been located authorities. A confident that they will be able to retrieve the two flight. Recorders the boeing seven three seven was carrying sixty two people when it vanished from radar on its journey borneo. We'll get the latest now with greg. Waldron who is age managing editor a flight global. Greg joins us now on the line from singapore greg. What is the latest information we have about this plane well. Currently sauvage operations are still underway located the wreck of the aircraft and they continue to pull up debris from the aircraft. They put up. A part of an engine has well. I think that happened last night. So they really. The aircraft appears to be fairly shallow water and they know exactly where it is so retrieving the flight data recorder and the cockpit. Voice recorder. Shouldn't be that much of an issue. I would expect that news maybe today or perhaps this week we'll see that'd been reports from fishermen on the ground that they heard a big impact there was a big wave and so on. Do we get the impression that the flights broke up in the sky or on impact wants too early to speculate on. I saw a report quoting an official in indonesia's saying that they believed the aircraft may have been intact when it hit the water. But it's really too soon to say what the condition of the aircraft was when it came down they'll have to be released thorough investigation to determine exactly what happens probably too soon to say exactly what happened. But i'd imagine that if you in the water into the senate he'd certainly here's something because it's quite a big aircraft just to be clear. This was not a mocks. A budding max. Certainly not though. The aircraft that crashed was a seven three seven. Five hundred was about twenty. Three years old formerly served with the united airlines. And it's very different aircraft from the max. Max is a much later updated version of the seven. Three seven two generations later in fact so technologically. It's quite a different aircraft but for boeing. Which of course is suffering all of these problems over the max. It's just not good news. Well certainly not going said a challenging few years with the max. Of course one of the max. Crashes happened in indonesia was a lion that was operating it but you know again Every crash is unique in. Its own way. They'll have to be a detailed investigation into why this specific crash occurred You know these things happen in boeing will be participating in the investigation will be the airline indonesian authorities. The us faa so a lot of people will get involved to figure out what happened but again. This aircraft is largely unrelated to the max indonesia's flight safety record is the worst in the world. Why is that. What certainly had a challenging twenty years and flight safety you major crisis you have the crash the other day you had a. Qc eighty five one. The asia crashing twenty fourteen. And you've also had of course the liner max crash in twenty eight t know. We talked about earlier on. But i would say that the challenge with no nesia is. They have made some progress in improving safety. But i think there's still some cultural issues. They really need to create a culture of safety within the airlines where you know procedures are followed very closely where you know rules are followed very closely and there's no corners cut. Now it'll be. I think very helpful greg. Thank you very much indeed. That's quick waldron from flight.

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"nesia" Discussed on Insureblocks

Insureblocks

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"nesia" Discussed on Insureblocks

"And We have gone through the crowd watching process The for two seasons now and we have done the correlation with ground truth to Bali and the results are really encouraging that the addition of crowd were Chin really brings. Let's say a more reliable and precise assessment but of course this is in the early days. Do you have some like precise examples in terms of how the crowd watching result? You know provided you more complete or more. A detailed assessment is not more complete is more precise. Let's say so. For example we do. Is We have a platform. That is the watcher platform. And inside their water platform. We generate the The picture let's say of the different fields that with the best of farmers inside the group and we give different Satellite Image and different layers. Like the Anomaly. Guy Or a loan or what the index or index so there were terrible assess group by group and provide if assessment. Let's say I don don't percents loss and then another Watcher would say fifteen percent lows and another was her was say twenty and another which was say Forty so and we have in average better group fifteen watchers participating so then this consolidated that Answer will give a percentage and what we do to kind of by At this point in time is We have our partner on the field and They gather still Let's say more Ground Truth Information and we compare the result without watchers their algorithm with a parameter would come up along with their workers are Responding in a consolidated manner and it's always closer What the watchers reply. Asa Community Dan the value that is given. Okay okay but at the beginning of the show. You're saying that you know for Visa Network. What was key was it to be cost efficient and scalable. How how. How will you ensure you stick to that if you're GONNA have Crowd watchers to also scale for your solution. Yes so for us. The watcher communities very important to grow this watcher community and For example When you when we start having a lot of Are immersed in even this year. What we do is fair watcher. We today we assign In A RANDOM WAY. A number of Sons to assess so one watcher will not receive anything. Everything will receive a subset of questions but with this really key is that we are implementing now a reputation based incentive mother because I this is one of the conditions to make Crowd working working efficiently but wisdom of the crowd working efficiently back and the second one is because the watchers will motivated. And we'll have more incentive to indicate Time every month to do this assessment so today it takes on average ten minutes to assess the three hundred Plots that we have in different groups and songs and they do it once a month and now we're their incentive model. We want to let say open up this watcher platform to a wider audience of watchers. And bring this up. incentive marvel behind and something that we have seen as well as Some insurers star in the micro issue dance to space as well are struggling on the loss assessment because either they go to the field or either they used at allies as the half of the Big Basis risk and we are currently in the process of doing some I wouldn't say violet but like a dry run to compare the results of their assessments and compared it with if they would use it in our platform so we are contemplating to do our assessment platform. Us standalone module. Okay okay. So let's talk about your existing operations who you mentioned earlier on that you are operating in India Kid. Could you perhaps Locker through how it is being used today. Yes so we started in India in March April. Two Thousand Mundane even before creating the company. So we have. There are a very strong partner is called Dan It's a foundation But inside the Dan Umbrella. There is Group that is Dan people move which is a mutual with the license and today they serve two million households and they are in fourteen states. So it's a big organization and They provide Credit savings and has to ally insurance to their members and they wanted to bridge the gap towards weather related risk for a farmers so we started working together. We define the product for their farmers and we did One season from March to summer and the second system from September to January. And now we are on the third and the Wade works. They Wade works with them is a bit defendants than what we are doing. Elsewhere because our last mind to was farmer in or different projects is through mobile money but with Dan. The last mile is still cash based because they had structure on the field for cash. And they do everything Organized in that way and they are quite efficient To be honest so the way it works is we have an own boarding up that the people that works on Don in the different regions they have this up and they can onboard farmers to the platform and then is the same every month. We assess every month these people in the different regions receive Who is entitled to Pay Out? And then they will Launch the pain and this is the way it works. The last mile is still cash base and Manav but asked this structure was already in place and working for other products. It's it's sending Kremlin vision. So we decided to keep it as it is and not disrupt these last month understood and What are your plans for the next twelve months? You're looking to expand within the market. Are you looking to expand outside of India so I would say our plans? The first in highlight these survive on survive. The the first line and the online is definitely we want to scale in Yasser. Our objective is to cover five thousand farmers inventive twenty. We also have a very interesting project in Nesia which which is with the breeders so we have developed a product for breeders and sorry busted list so Yeah they are nuts. Farmers fix in land. They move with the animals. Okay can we right right? Yeah and we have developed product for them together with the Association of Breeders of West.

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Remembering Sin No More (Hebrews 8:12)

Pray the Word with David Platt

06:32 min | 2 years ago

Remembering Sin No More (Hebrews 8:12)

"Hebrews. Chapter eight verse. Twelve for I will. It'll be merciful toward their iniquities and I will remember their sins. No more And just wanting urge you to meditate on this verse to Soak in this verse let let it. Soak into your heart. This is in the middle of the author of Hebrews under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit is talking talking about what Jesus has done on the cross for us. What he is made possible for us? And this is a quotation. This is God speaking from in the Old Testament in a way. That is all the more true. Through Christ crisis the fulfillment of God's promises and God God says I will be merciful toward their iniquities. Make personal with through trust. I in Jesus through faith in Jesus God says to You I will be merciful toward your iniquities and I will remember your sins no more. Oh don't WanNa let then. So can you think about all your sins. Airs the challenge your thinking about them. God himself chooses is not to remember them like God the Omniscient King of creation. The one who knows all things so it's not like he has an Nesia but the beauty of what the Bible is teaching. Here is the God who knows all of your sins and my sins more than even we do. I don't even know all the ways I've sinned against God the gravity of those sins against God like like I've I've confess my sin to God but I don't even know the breadth and the depth in the seriousness of what that means because I still don't understand the depth and breath of his holiness and what it means for me to sin against him like I have an idea of that but I know I don't even grasp the reality take God. Does he knows how serious tennis he knows. Every way we have ten in the beauty is God says I will be merciful toward your equities. He's an hour. Remember your sins. No more no more. Just let that soak in those doors. No more so when the adversary Syria accused his you. When the adversary remind you of all the things you have done tries to beat you down with the weight of past send it just so in Hebrews Chapter Eight Verse Twelve. God has said to you. I will be merciful toward your iniquities and I will remember them. No more and through if he remembers them no more than you do not have to dwell on them. Yes yes let's learn from the pain of past sin as we pursue Holiness in the present and the future but let us not beat ourselves up for that which God remembers no more for that which which God has said I am merciful toward you. God we praise you. Praise you for your mercy. We praise you. Jesus this for paying the price for our sins for covering our sins with your blood just like Hebrews chapter nine teachers so that we can stand before for you and you remember our sins no more all glory be to your name that you don't count any one of our sins against us so especially for those who feel beatdown bypass who feel like they're walking around with a scarlet a on them were walking around feel like they're just scarred and stained by sending the past they'll never get past it got re pray that by your grace they would get past it. God by your grades they would. No you don't remember there's INS anymore. Just Hebrews twelve adjust shower over them constantly just all throughout the day. You remember their sins. No more you're merciful toward their iniquities. You remember their sins. No Oh more God. Help us to live in this mercy. Alvis to grow in holiness based upon this mercy empowered by this mercy to to leave sin and thought of it behind a walk in all in is in. Righteousness that you've bought for us. Got Reappraise you. You know when we one day. Stand before you for all who trust in Jesus as the sacrifice for arson Sam trusted induced as our savior and Lord that on that day when we deserve to be cast away from you into eternal opponent for ten that you will look at me and all who trust in you and you will say. I don't remember your sense all God. Thank you for this mercy parade. Help us to spread this mercy. GotTa repay that. There would be more people who hear those words on that day because of our lives to make the gospel known did. Hey Gary pray for the below CH- in Iran Muslim people who don't know your mercy in this way. God please please please mayday. No the good news is the God who will remember sins no more faith in Jesus Gallery braise you for Hebrews Numbers Chapter Eight or twelve. And we prayed you'd help us to live in this mercy day in and day out thank you for being merciful toward inequities and remembering our sins no more in. Jesus name Amen.

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News in Brief 23 August 2019

UN News

03:22 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 23 August 2019

"This is the news in brief from the united nations. A surge in deliberate attacks against students teachers and schools in western central africa has led a to a tripling in school closures in the last year the u._n. Children's fund unicef said on friday in a new report. The agency warned that a generation of youngsters had been robbed given education in eight countries in the sahel region sounding the alarm in geneva was unicef goodwill ambassador mizzou now melon a former syrian refugee. Nearly two million children are out of school at iota conflict so it is not an easy number. It is important to highlight those challenges linda's to highlight the struggling those people because they need us. They need our attention. I had to flee my homeland in syria and two thousand thirteen here team and they also had to lift if you can't it wasn't easy for me and also i can feel like those children who cannot go to school because education. Is something really really really important to me myself together. By unicef to june indicates that nine thousand two hundred and seventy two schools have been closed in makino fasso cameroon maroon chad central african republic democratic republic of the congo mali nesia anti-g area as a result of insecurity three times the number at the end of two thousand seventeen fifty four people have died in sudan because of flash flooding since last month and nearly one hundred ninety four thousand people have been affected across the country tree humanitarian have said citing an alert from the sudanese authorities the u._n.'s humanitarian coordinating archer reported that fifteen out of eighteen states dates have been hit and more than thirty seven thousand homes destroyed or damaged. Here's a spokesperson jens locker. The fake people are in need of emergency shelter food health services and clean water and sanitation. There's also an urgent need for victor control to limit the spread of waterborne diseases by insects and drainage of stagnant water with rainy season expected to last until october and more rainfall forecast humanitarian are concerned by the high likelihood of more flash floods of the one point one billion dollars required to respond to all aid needs in sudan this year only thirty percent has been provided by donors and finally hey to the democratic republic of the congo d._r._c. where the ebola virus outbreak continues to prove hard to pin down but you in health experts remain positive they can't arrogated it speaking in geneva dr michael ryan from the world health organization or w._h._o. Explained that two of the biggest challenges daily security risks in the northeast along with the massive movement of people all potential carriers of the virus at the peak of this outbreak. We were tracking twenty two thousand context everyday tracking twenty two thousand the different people every day in an area where people hundreds of thousands of people move in the province every day. It's been a huge challenge while they disease has spread in the last last two weeks to mwenga in south kivu. Dr ryan insisted that one of the biggest steps forward was the development of vaccines and therapeutic medicine's latest data shows at the outbreak has led to a total of two thousand nine hundred twenty seven cases of infection and one thousand nine hundred and sixty one deaths daniel johnson u._n. News.

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Sahara migration route: Many would die without us, migration agency warns

UN News

03:34 min | 3 years ago

Sahara migration route: Many would die without us, migration agency warns

"They cod move with you and us every month, the UN rescues, Ron one thousand in two hundred people from divest Sahara, desert near Niger, many after they've been abandoned by traffickers, who promised to take them to Libya, Nigeria or Morocco, in an interview with Daniel Johnson from you and us jewel millman from the UN migration agency, ICM says it without its help virtually all of them would perish what we follow the SARS what we found since the beginning of time. Is that they're extremely lethal temperatures are high conditions are very rough hard sometimes to find water very hard to find fuel trucks, get abandoned migrants, get abandoned. There are accidents. There are people who died hydration or even murder. So if finding it's an extremely lethal environment. It's also an enormous expanse of territory to try to cover. We do our best we've done one hundred and eighty nine mission. Since April twenty sixteen approximately twelve hundred people month are taken out of the desert this way. It's an average of forty a day. Of course, we're not finding people every day. And you think you. Saved twenty thousand lives. You think since two thousand sixteen we think it's safe to say that the entire population that we brought out, which is almost twenty thousand people virtually all of them would have perished if we had not been able to find them. So the migrants themselves must know that the journey is paralleled, that they're going to be in the hands of traffickers, that there was a high risk of them dying. Why do they continue to do this? Well, certainly, they know that, and certainly another risks involved, we hear a lot of people say that it's God's decision when I die, or I would have died, if I stayed at home, I mean, there is a kind of fatalism that comes along with this, that desperate, they're desperate or they're hopeful there Embiid who can't always know, but we do know is ninety eight percent of the people that we brought out, do choose voluntary return to their homes. So it makes it very strong impression to escape death this way and they'd rather go with the known misery at home than continue on how many change their mind again. We just don't know. So we're talking about nesia here. But in neighboring Mali, you don't really have access, but you would like to. Yeah, we're at a lot of countries across the region. We want to make clear that the twenty thousand rescued isn't simply one country and there are other countries we'd like to do more and like Molly. But this is something that we've been active in across the region, including in southern Libya said, what happens next you're going to continue to rescue these people. You have these refuge centres, Fulton as a big win in ECE macaroni, think you were saying, so we're just going to carry on listening to, you telling us about these people crossing the Sahara, and dying being picked up, what's Iowa? I'm going to do about this. We plan to add resources to an ongoing project called the missing migrants project. We use it all over the world. It's very key. Indentifying routes and particularly hotspots violence are dangerous lurk. We've had a lot of success with this around the world pointing out places where there's an alarming concentration of homicides or behavior deaths this very helpful to thirties, and help to our own planning and trying to rescue people and know where the act of spots are across the world and we plan to add those resources in this region. So we can do a little better job of identifying danger before it takes another life. Finally, maybe you could just. Explain the kinds of how chips that people men, women and children are facing once they decide to get in a truck crossed the Sahara hardships, obviously, mistreatment by smugglers is a key trucks are overloaded trucks are poorly supplied trucks have to be pushed out of revenge or holes that they get stuck in the often, the migrants are not only neglected in their welfare, they're often used as part of the machinery, to move others along when someone gets hurt or falls off a truck, they will often be abandoned.

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"nesia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"nesia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Morning, crash. I'm wro O Rivera live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom highway twenty two in Westminster husband shut down because of a car crash garden grove fire captain fan wen said the crash caused a fuel spill the tractor trailer which was traveling eastbound also in that same location collided with the front portion of the passenger vehicle, that was disabled, subsequently that tractor trailer map that collision veer towards the left glider with the Senate divider wall and overturned becoming fully engulfed in flames siege be officer Duane Graham says one person was killed in the crash. A man has also been arrested. Deputies in Palmdale are looking for the guy who stabbed a thirteen year old boy with a needle or syringe in the front yard of his home. The attack happened yesterday nights LA county sheriff's Lieutenant Joshua. Barton says the boy went outside of his home when the stranger attacked him for no reason, moment, obviously, provoked on solicited on known to the victim. The boy was taken to the hospital and is okay. Power has been shut off to residents in yellow county in northern California because of a fire, the fire started yesterday afternoon and has burned more than seventeen hundred acres a mandatory evacuation order was issued for homes and ranches along county road, forty one PG nesia power as a precaution. The police chief of south Texas town has fallen off a fishing boat and Galveston bay came. Police chief Chris read fell off the boat when a large wake from passing boat knocked him into the water on Friday. He is an advocate for children and for Justice, and he is a gentle giant and just one of those men that would give you the shirt off their back the money out of his pocket the community held a vigil for read last night. The US coastguard said reads.

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The return of measles

BrainStuff

05:19 min | 3 years ago

The return of measles

"Anyone around in the nineteen sixties and earlier new not to mess with the measles measles, aka Rubia is a dangerous and highly contagious. Infectious disease. It was common knowledge back, then that if you're lucky measles merely came with a high fever, cough, runny, nose red, watery eyes, the infections signature angry red rash. But if you're not so lucky, you can add to that any number of complications, about ten percent of measles patients, get severe diarrhea and ear. Infections more. Dire complications include pneumonia and encephalitis, which is brain swelling that can further cause convulsions deafness cognitive impairment, and even death contracting disease while pregnant can cause premature birth low birth weight for the baby and even miscarriage and some people develop a rare and fatal central nervous system disease called sub acute, sclerosis, penance f- litis about seven to ten years after they've had measles today. However, many people don't know much about this terrible disease, which one struck three to four million people. Annually in the US alone and killed four hundred to five hundred per year. That's because in nineteen sixty three a highly effective vaccine debuted and measles, infections plummeted them in nineteen seventy eight the centers for disease control and prevention began working to totally eliminate this infectious disease from the United States through widespread use of the measles, vaccine, it worked by the year, two thousand measles, was declared eliminated from the nation during the decades when measles was steadily on the decline memories of the disease and its many dangers also disappeared. Unfortunately, measles began showing its ugly red face again in the late two thousand and twenty teens. And as of two thousand nineteen, it's raging in many parts of the United States, including New York state in Washington state, while many of these outbreaks occurred because of people with the infection coming into the US one large outbreak in two thousand fourteen that second three hundred and eighty three people was largely due to an unvaccinated group of Amish people. Another outbreak started at Disneyland in California in two thousand fifteen possibly due to someone contracted measles overseas. One hundred and forty seven people became sick. The return of measles is concerning enough. But in two thousand fifteen study showed people who came down with measles, where risk for getting a raft of other diseases, their immune systems had developed a sort of amnesia when measles attacks your body, it goes to war with your white blood cells, specifically, binds to your beat and T-cells, then wipes them out being T-cells are highly specialized cells critical to your health. They're the ones that recognize infectious germs in your body, then quickly multiplied to fight off, these unwelcome invaders, a subset of your being T-cells also remembers each infection you can contract if that kind of bacteria or virus strikes, again, they recognize it, and prompt your immune system to spring into action, so fast that you probably won't get sick. That's immunity. But because measles, trashes your white blood cells. It places you at high risk of coming to other infections and not just for a few weeks after you get it after mass measles, vaccinations occurred in the nineteen sixties childhood deaths from measles plunged as expected. But. So did childhood deaths from a host of other infectious diseases in resource poor countries, the drop in childhood death rates post measles? Vaccination was as much as thirty to fifty percent in some of the poorest nations. It was a whopping ninety percent. In two thousand twelve researchers began to figure out why this is a study with rhesus monkeys showed that, while the monkeys immune systems began producing Nubian T-cells a month after contracting the measles, these new cells only remembered that the monkeys had had measles in the past. They didn't recall any of the other infections. The monkeys had had basically the monkeys immune systems had him nesia. This meant the primates would have to go through all sorts of illnesses, again to regain the immunity levels that built up since birth, and it appears that the same is true for humans in two thousand fifteen results of a study were published in the journal science that showed children who got the Musil's and survived. We're more likely to subsequently die from another infectious disease than kids who never got the measles in the four countries studied Denmark, England, Wales and the United States, the children's immune systems all appeared to be weakened for two to three years post measles. Although the measles vaccine is highly effective. Measles remains one of the leading causes of death among young children globally. Nearly one hundred and ten thousand people died from measles around the world in two thousand seventeen mostly children under the age of five on a more positive note because increasing numbers of kids are receiving the measles, vaccination deaths from this infectious disease plunge. An incredible eighty percent between two thousand two thousand seventeen which quotes to the prevention of about twenty one point one million deaths. Measles is still common in impoverished countries, especially those in African Asia where vaccination levels are lower. Furthermore, outbreaks are especially damaging in countries recovering from natural disasters or undergoing violent conflicts in these situations. The administration of vaccines is often interrupted some more people are at risk of contracting the disease, and when many people end up in cramped quarters such as refugee, camps or emergency shelters. The situation is ripe for an outbreak since measles spread so easily transmitted mainly through coughing sneezing and close personal. Contact the virus concern. By for up to two hours in the air and on surfaces. This means an infected person can coffin one room, then leave and a second person walking into the room. Two hours later can contract measles, simply by breathing in the contaminated air. With a highly effective and reasonably priced vaccine available. The fight continues to radically measles from the earth.

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Woman leaves kids to save brother in Syria

Invisibilia

06:39 min | 3 years ago

Woman leaves kids to save brother in Syria

"Have a special present for you today. Courtesy of our friends at embedded it's this amazing story of young woman, whose mother of two small children, and who leaves them and risks her life to save her brother from Syria where he's fighting with ISIS. Now admit I have a soft spot for nontraditional efforts to fight terrorism. Some of you might remember that a few years ago, I did a story about a small Denmark town, where a couple of cops at an also Eleanor slave and link tore life-link kept getting calls from parents who sons had gone missing in the three. They were young men from Muslim neighborhoods. And then there were five on the newer seven who'd been radicalized. Seventy two was ten and snuck off to fight in Syria. I mean, what could we do these cops were trying to figure out what? Can we do about it? What Allen and tore life? Ultimately did was create one of the most unusual counter-terrorism approaches out there to hear their story. Just scroll to the season two called flip the script in urine visibility feed, but I listen to the stellar reporting for my colleagues Ruth Sherlock and Kelly mcevers. Here's Kelly in two thousand ten a guy set himself on fire into nesia in eventually died. People went out into the streets and demanded that the dictator of Tunisia had to go and soon millions of people across the Middle East. We're doing the same thing including in Syria. You might not remember this, but the war in Syria, actually started as a protest. Pretty soon, though, government forces started shooting protesters, and people started fighting back, that's when it became a civil war government versus anti-government. Then it became something else. I covered Syria back then, and to go there, we would have to sneak over the border from Turkey. At one point, we started to see these other guys crossing the border to. Guys with long beards and short pants carrying gun sized boxes guys who would say they were doctors. But looked like something else guys from the Gulf, the former Soviet Union Europe and Africa. And the Turks wanted to let these guys into Syria. So they could help fight against the Syrian government. What they didn't know what none of us knew was it, eventually some of these guys who came over the border would have other goals like fighting not just the Syrian government, but anyone who stood in the way of their Olten it goal to build an Islamic state. That was how it all started today's show is about how it ends. That's coming up. Support for this podcast and the following message come from Dulles International Airport with a dedicated in toll free airport. Access highway from the beltway. I a d means it's accessible to DC with the highest on time takeoff percentage of any airport on the east coast. I a d means I'm already departing and with nonstop flights to more than one hundred thirty five destinations. I a d means I'm already at my destination. More at fly Dellis dot com slash fast. Support also comes from gusto, providing payroll, benefits and HR built for the way small businesses work with gusto. Your federal, state, and local payroll taxes are all automatically calculated paid and filed on your behalf. You can even use gusto to offer your team health benefits and for a one case more than sixty thousand businesses nationwide us gusto for full service payroll. HR. Tools and health insurance. To learn more, go to gusto dot com slash NPR. If you've been following the news, you know that has now been driven out of its territory in Syria and Iraq, some hardcore fighters are dead. Some are in prison. Some are regrouping around the region. But what they left behind is a newer, and in some ways, even more complicated problem, tens of thousands of people who were living under the Islamic state now have nowhere to go the world literally does not know what to do with them. Some of them women and children who chose to follow their husbands, or boyfriends or fathers to ISIS territory. Others were forced to go or kidnapped. And there are others men who lived and worked under ISIS, but it's not clear if they actually fought or killed anyone. What's more complicated? A lot of these guys are from Europe and North America countries that aren't super eager to bring back anyone affiliated with ISIS. Ruth Sherlock covers Syria for NPR, and she's been reporting on the people who ISIS left behind for months. And she has the story of one woman who's looking for her brother to protect your privacy. We're calling this woman. Rima. And her story is all about what you do when someone you love gets caught up in a situation that is way bigger than you could have imagined. Here's worth. Even before he disappeared Remo worried about how old brother, she worried because he was in his thirties and struggling, he had trouble keeping jobs. She says he'd sometimes leave his home for months, even years at a time and cut off contact with his family in Canada. He seemed depressed and then one day, Reema hood that the police had come to her parents house, apparently hit brother had been stopped trying to cross from Canada into the US and the office of the US officer asking, why are coming here. My brother told him that I have a meeting with John McCain, as in Senator John McCain, Reema says the people at the board attend him back, and then the police came to let the family and when she talked to her brother about it. He told me the same story my border. He told me that he receive an Email from John McCain, and he was a guests. And he won't go to Washington to meet him when he told me this. I'm like, okay, God. He's just sick. He had I called my mama. I told her could do. Please call Dr and just win your son in the hospital. I should no, no. He's just doing it depression. Don't worry, I'm like, no mom. No, please.

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"nesia" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"nesia" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"And the people who are responsible for turning the page or sometimes exactly she said, the people you would expect to be responsible. I mean. Again, not to mitigate what turning the page meant. But one can understand that after the civil war of the magnitude of the bloodshed of the American civil war, and you're trying to figure out. Okay. How are we going to stitch this nation together? You have to make some decisions on the fly of what you're going to talk about what you're gonna focus attention on. And one can understand why some people would decide that well in the interest of national reconciliation. There's certain things we're just not going to dwell on like, for example, the treatment of union prisoners by southern by confederates, but there are others who participated, and I won't get in the weeds loan here. But just to say that for example, one wouldn't have you probably didn't immediately think to yourself, well, professional historians. Played a role in this em nesia prison camps, but they did. In the early twentieth. Century into the mid twentieth century, professional historians. Played a large role in discounting any evidence of the full horror of the prison camps in offering excuses for them, and that was driven by impulses, partially internal to the historical profession, but it was also driven by that broader interest of white northern historians and white southern historians finding some sort of common ground where they could agree on terms about the civil war and in the process, they decided if you will much like the national leaders that. Well, let's just let's just not make big issue out of the civil war prison camps. And then we have this phenomena from it stretches probably earlier than the civil war. But I would imagine the intensity of of people coming out of that war. It makes it much easier for people in law enforcement to justify torture of prisoners as you as you talk about from I guess from the late eighteen hundreds into the almost up until the World War Two. This seems to be fairly rampant amongst. Police departments. Tell us about that. Now, it ends for that era. I think the. There are many aspects of American history that they sort of develop organically, and after the fact it's hard to imagine what it was like before them. And one of them is is police, of course, the United States had local communities in the United States had very fragmentary if that would be the proper word police forces of any kind really before the eighteen forties. And then a few American cities started to mimic the British particularly London practice of having actually professional police forces, but they're really quite small on the whole and read or at hock until after the civil war. But as you mentioned, I think the influence of the civil war the kind of organizing principle of the war in the military experience meant that police forces after the civil war became much more professional they adopted many attributes of the military intern. Terms of ranks of officers, uniforms codes of conduct etc. And they also assumed a very particular role which was they weren't just to maintain order, which is what constables had done in the past. But they were also supposed to gather evidence to help the state prosecute wrongdoers, which if you think about it, we sort of take it for granted. That's what police do. But that's not what police have to do. You could have the two different functions separated. As for example, they do in many other countries of the world. So the police aren't developing evidence so much as they are maintaining order there. Others do the evidence your work. Well, what this gets to is is you could imagine if police are simultaneously maintaining order and supposed to also generate evidence, this is an era when in the United States there was virtually no forensic science. Like, we see on CSI and re really until the nineteen twenties and nineteen thirties..

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"nesia" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"nesia" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of the news. You would probably miss data's quick. So you remember that mayor of Baltimore, right? The lady who Hefferin pills her name? She had the scandal over this, no bid book deal. You're remember this. So basically, what happened is it was like with a number of different vendors or. Entities. But it was university of Maryland medical center, they apparently she was giving them business and they bought a bunch of books her little her kid books. Healthy. Hollywood sounds like it socks. And when she was on the board like it was six figures. And then apparently, she got a book deal cancelled. They spent the Maryland the university of Maryland medical center, they spent five hundred thousand dollars to purchase a hundred thousand bucks from her company. She's head to return a hundred thousand dollars so far. So she's out. Now, I can't believe it's even taken this long. Right. I mean, how does it even how does it even take that long to get that to happen? Five hundred thousand moving on down the line. Apparently, let's see here. The here's a CNN shock poll. Oh, I have an article I wanna share on this to this comes while this. I broken this down to actually look and see it's a CNN pool. So, but they had they have Vader or Rourke ahead of Trump in their CNN poll. It's thirty three percent of registered voters thirty three. So it's over seeing fold. I know that much because it's only thirty three percent of registered voters who participated are Democrats twenty six percent Republican. So that's oversample, but quite a bit. Yeah. So I don't know how that that's not an. Yeah. So let's toss this into the trash. There's no way I really wanna get into that article right now. So Obama's former official right romance novels. Ben Rhodes says well, he's he had tweeted that who's writing about former President Obama saying that the future president talking about Trump pedals and Bs, but he didn't say, yes. I think we all remember Ben Rhodes background, right? Then roads and the scandal that he got into when he was bragging about feeding a narrative to journalists who didn't know enough about foreign policy to really identify what happened in Iran and Tepa held an anti May Day thing in Portland, and it course, it right away turned into a riot lots of fighting some people arrested apparently and a couple of people were assaulted, including reporter Andy nesia who was on hand. He said it was a celebration of Marxism. Socialism communism. Apparently he was assaulted, and they cheered all cops are quote, unquote air. Yes, they said quote. All right. We got more in store. Don't go anywhere. Traffic's there that there is a beast getting you where you need to be mornings at after you. W? I P C. July PC mobile news all the level. The. Kick says.

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Early to wed: child marriage in Africa

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:44 min | 3 years ago

Early to wed: child marriage in Africa

"Each year in sub Saharan Africa more than third of girls Mary before the age of eighteen in a country such as nesia the rate is high as three at a four. The practice. Persists mainly in places that are remote and underdeveloped. But as our correspondent Tom Gardner found some lessons on how to reduce child. Marriage rates can be gleaned from an unexpected place. I went to this village in Highland easier. Pickled come up sort of place that hasn't changed. Great deal over the centuries is still very much traditional society religious, smallholder farmers. But what's interesting is? It seem particularly good results in the last four or five years and bringing what was relatively high prevalence of child marriage down quite dramatically one-third of the villages in this district reported no child marriages at all last year and the combat village. I went to had one and is that unusual in Ethiopia. Well, this brutally. Speaking is the story every year appear. There was once a month. Africa's top five countries for marriage so talking almost fifty percent of women marrying before they were eighteen the practice dropped by third in the past decade, which is the world's sharpest decline. So in the village of I met work. Eighteen years old two years ago when she was eleven apparent decided to happen, married, basically for economic reasons, which is to logic and the root of this practice school was too expensive to them. So it was time for her to be married. And what did she tell you about how she felt when this plan for her had become clear what she worried about. The tiger. Where? She she told me through my translate that she now the goals the women who've been married young. And she still have it suffered in ticklish. You mentioned her mother who married at the age of ten. That I was a civil or. How much she physically when she gave birth, but we're managed to to escape the marriage that had had been arranged. How crucially see to the initiative? She's centrally reported her parents to her school principal and two local officials the officials than to parents and persuaded them to cancel the wedding comes the preparations, and you mentioned that her mother herself had married. Young is not common for victims of child marriage to pass the practice onto their own daughters. Well, yes, you know, I met a woman would. Behan ella? Give it but alone herself at nine and she tried three times to thirteen into marriage with an older, man. She told me just how much she suffered as a job. Doc times repeatedly and the child at fourteen then why does he want that for her teenage daughter? America to talk with an husband. I could walk on the family farm. She was sick herself. And she said she wanted to bring another man into the household who could have. Thought is that again, and she also told me to say used to older sisters had gone to school and hadn't been successful. So she didn't want to say do the same. Somewhat. Chris why nutty, and you're kind of speaks to some of the kind of cultural factors as well. They're play here beyond simply economics. And I was told by some of the low cools that there's a belief that goes want to exceed in education. The I go she mentioned, particularly when the older generation. There are still these derogatory terms for girls who married an older age we met a boy in the village as well who told me that the older generation believes the practice leads to stronger. Marriages genetic collagen, the children Marian and grow up together. They have this kind of strong bond, but I mean in practice the groom is much older. And the concern really is to ensure the Jewish the bride by magnum young. But what can be learned from Ethiopia success in reducing child? Marriage rates. I think we've had some really good positive improvements in declines in child marriage at the national level at Abell. Aero car is country director at the Population Council. I think though that the progress that we've made has been patchy and confined to certain regions most of the declines have been in urban areas and also in specific regions like the horror region because I'm horror has traditionally been known as a child marriage hotspot, it has had a lot of attention over the past ten years perhaps to the detriment of some other regions that received less attention. But in terms of the progress that we're seeing OB it's in Apache way, anyth- Euboea or their their lessons to be drawn about what's being done that could benefit other countries. Yeah, I think first and foremost is government commitment in Ethiopia. The European government has committed at the two thousand fourteen London girls summit to? Radically Chelm marriage and GM by twenty twenty five up to now, they still chair the alliance to end child marriage, and they're making a lot of efforts to really see. This is the last generation of girls that subjected by the practice, but at the same time, I also think that across sub Saharan Africa, different governments and also programmers have to pay attention to the patterns of child marriage because it's not a one-size-fits-all solution. You have different patterns and different cultural practices surrounding child marriage. And that kind of implies different approaches to tackling the practice. Critical variable tends to be buying some community leaders in particular religious ones like Preasto, ma'am. So in Kamata is back to the village breezed. And then you have to have better now. Which is very much opposed to an advocate of child marriage. Bush to his judging I think really mattered in terms of change in the attitudes of the rest of the community as very religiously about country and traditionally offered oaks Christian priests promotes a child marriage because they themselves practice it in order to marry virgins simile imams of vote the prophets marriage to a young go as a justification. So that you can get the religious leaders onside than the rest of the community is likely to follow. And so Tom, you really do see this message being spread and change really taking hold. I think it's going to be very educated entirely. But I think I think there are reasons to be hopeful, I think the better educated society becomes the move the practice will fade away. And I think after Jude's among the younger generation of changing you could hit that from one of the girls, I meant to say. Have you?

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 Arab League rejects Trump's Israel policies at annual summit

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00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Arab League rejects Trump's Israel policies at annual summit

"Arab leaders into nesia for the start of the annual Arab League summit are divided on several regional issues, but they are starting off United in rejecting US recognition of Israeli control over the occupied Golan Heights and fears Lama Orion has more although Syria was missing from the summit because it was kicked out of the league and twenty eleven representatives from over twenty countries jointly condemned President Trump's decision reaffirming that the Golan Heights is serious territory. They also condemned Trump's announcement last year to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital Kingston man of Saudi Arabia said he absolutely rejected any measures undermining serious sovereignty. But there were a few major leaders missing from the summits like Sudan's ommited, but she and Algiers President Abdelaziz Bouteflika. Both of them are dealing with mass protests in their countries

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"nesia" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"nesia" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Him to read the magazine, and then close it up but refer to it later if needed this page showed him how to open the exit door and deploy the slide down to the. Bravery was cliff for everyone to see but off to seventeen hours the stalemate was reaching its conclusion outside it was getting dunked and the auxiliary power unit which had been providing cool air and powering the lights in the crop began to run short of fuel. When it started to shut down the situation on bold changed dramatically those the Achraf lights began to fail. The hijackers assumed it was a prelude to an attack by commandos, and they tried to blow the Croft up one man setup prayer and then find his fellow hijacker to decimate the belt made of plastic explosive that he was wearing. But luckily in the dunk, he missed his mock any a small explosion. Those through hungry Nate's. But again in a stroke of good fortune several failed to detonate and some still had that pins in then they began firing indiscriminately into the crowded mass of passages despite being wounded early in the Meli nesia acted swiftly realizing that she could help passengers to escape she armed and then opened an emergency exit as the slide inflated. She must have known that all she needed to do to save a life was to jump onto it and descend into the dunk nece, but she stayed by her dole, directing the passengers out to safety and stat the terrorists were emptying the guns into the innocent hostages trying to kill as many as they could. But then they saw ninja relentlessly trying to help the passengers out of the. Craft that was when the suffering Coulter by the half and shelter point blank. She had been shielding three children from the gum. Other exits had been opened and many passengers escaped out onto the cross wings jumping down in the dunk dumbness. Eventually the gunman ran out of munition and some cabin crew. Who would be on the wings bravely returned to the comment inside the at Croft so try and help passengers the two who returned found profusely bleeding ninja still at a post of duty. She was lucid but had lane. The finale fifteen minutes carried her to the slide and safety to be received the other end by another member of the crew who helped to an ambulance, but she died before any medics could assist. She passed away any hours from twenty fourth bust. The Pakistan on me special service group, eventually stolen, the crofton. Sees the terrorists out of the three hundred ninety one passages from fourteen nations remarkably only twenty died, but over a hundred were injured some very seriously on July the six nineteen eighty eight the five Palestinian men were convicted in Pakistan for their roles in the hijacking and sentenced to death. Although the sentences were later commuted to life in prison. Now, this bottle of the story is over though, some years later, it was discovered that the hijackers were no longer imprison that seems a little unclear if they were released or escaped about old remained free until the FBI Colt up with lead suffering as he tried to take a flight from Bangkok to jolt. Even after his extradition to them as states a was convicted of ninety five challenges of Mudehwe attempted mud. Plus, many other John Jason sentence to one hundred and sixty years in jail. He remains in the Colorado supermax prison in solitary confinement on the sentencing. Judge Sullivan told suffer Reney you are a coward and cold blooded murderer. This is better than you deserve. The remaining full men..

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"nesia" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

08:23 min | 3 years ago

"nesia" Discussed on KOMO

"737 max crash and the lion air jet crash last October, komo's Tena rants I spoke with Jonathan O'Connell from the Washington Post about what pilots were told between those two crashes. You report on a. Couple of meetings that Boeing had with various pilot groups what were these meant to accomplish these meetings happened after you know, after the initial quite crashing into nesia. And after that crash Boeing issued a safety bulletins through the FAA sort of explaining the software that they had in this airplane and adding some instructions on how to use it. Now, the fact that the software existed was news to pilots because Boeing FAA had release these new plans without really acknowledging some of the soften the new software that was in them because they didn't think the Palestinian training for them. But when they were very upset so very quickly arrange meetings with these two pilots groups, both of whom work for airlines that have these seven thirty seven max jets and sort of tried to explain themselves. There's there's there seems to be some sort of conflicting recount of what happened in those meetings. One pilot tells you that. The Boeing kind of flat out said oops and Boeing saying no that's not how that worked out. Yeah. Right. So we have spoken to a number of people in both of those meetings, all pilots Boeing has not answered questions about the meetings. They sort of they have denied a couple of the comments of the pilots say were made in those meetings. I think the main takeaway from the pilots was first of all the pilots are not universally upset with Boeing they are not the pilot groups have not even called for the plans to be grounded in the US as the FAA decided yesterday. So they feel right now the pilots have been informed that the planes are safe to fly and save their members, obviously. But they do feel like they should have known about the software earlier, and they stand by their their views meetings, which was that Boeing was kind of scrambling to explain itself and tried to help the pilots understand the software better. But then they didn't go ahead and do the training before another plane crashed now, the seven thirty seven layout is so attractive. Airlines because the planes are so similar model to model. Why are some pilots saying the seven thirty seven max is different enough that it requires more training, but the differences with the max eight and nine and a couple of other other models. There's a couple of what is it that they have larger engines and those entered their mouths a little bit forward on the airplane and took out for that Boeing is instituted this new bit of software that would help food you kind of steady the plane in case, the the the position of the the engines there 'cause it's the nose to come up with all bit. Now, the part of this that was confusing for pilots is that if you if you if you don't turn off that software, it's sort of tastes control in very specific situations. When the sensors are getting bad data. So when you're in the cockpit cockpit there, it's a situation where the pilot is getting bad bad data in the first place, which has to do with whether the sensors are working on another issue. And then they're having trouble controlling the plane, and there used to be able to sort of grab the control pull. Doc, ready things are steady things. And with this new software, which they did not know was in the plane, in some cases, there were certainly a trained on. They did not know that would happen. We're still waiting on the flight data recorders to be analyzed. But if you were to react between the lines from what you're receiving from Boeing, do they indicate what they think the cause of the crashes or are they leaning toward the same cause as what happened in Indonesia. Well, fundamentally, we don't know what caused the crash, and we won't know until there is more data, you know, hopefully that walked planet. Boeing has stood by the safety of the max airplanes from the get-go from the time. Now all the way through both crashes to right now today, they say those airplanes are safe. They're safe to fly in they agreed that with FA with FA decided to temporarily ground the planes, but they still stand by the safety of the planes. And they're just I guess they're perspective. Now is the planes are safe. But we were gonna take every last measure in order to make sure everybody feels comfortable about that. Jonathan O'Connell is business reporter with the Washington Post. You can read his coverage online. At washingtonpost dot com. That's komo's Taylor van Cise. Six ten time for sports from the Harley exterior sports desk. All right. We've got some news out of Pullman Washington, where the headline is leadership change coming for cougar men's basketball, what that means is athletic director. Pat, Chun has fired men's head basketball. Coach Ernie can't the Cougars under can't in his five years leading the program had a record in Pac twelve play of twenty two and sixty eight they were horrible this past season. They us by about thirty last night to Oregon at the Pac twelve Turney. I've already talked to a few cougar fans building they are quite happy. Can you tell me what he did wrong didn't recruit good enough players in the ones he had? He didn't coach him up. Well enough again now on the flip side on this side of the state, husky fans quite happy with their head basketball coach Mike Hopkins. Huskies a winning today at the Pac twelve turning down Vegas. They knocked off. USC seventy eight seventy five so in tomorrow's semifinals. They'll be taking on Colorado. The buffaloes handling Oregon state seventy three to fifty eight that game will go tomorrow. Six o'clock pre game coverage right here on your home of the huskies. Komo news starting at five thirty more husky talk tonight at seven o'clock the Thursday night doghouse with your host. Komo's Bill Swartz mariner third baseman cows eager who I tell you this. He's going to miss ten to twelve weeks. Meaning it may not be until mid June. Before we see Kyle in uniform after he had surgery on his left hand to repair tendon damage, the M's left today for Japan and their season opening game in six days against the Oakland. A's we'll have more sports in thirty minutes. And new study shows that if and when that so-called rainy day comes about one in five of us aren't going to be ready bankratEcom chief financial analyst, Greg McBride spoke with komo's Tom hutler. I guess the admonitions and warnings about saving money are falling. On deaf ears for many of us, we despite the repeated admonitions, and despite the fact that more people are working people are making more money. We're not seeing the needle move on savings. Still about twenty one percent of working Americans are not saving any of their earnings. And even those that are saving, but saving meager amounts. Still not improving relative to what we've seen over the last several years too. Few Americans are actually shaving sufficient amount. Only about one in four Americans are at the other end of the spectrum whether saving more than ten percent of the ring comes looks like the younger age groups are the ones that are having trouble putting that money away. Yes. Millennials and generation x in particular. They are most likely to either not be saving it all or they are saving. They're just saving a token amount. Baby boomers by contrast, much, higher propensity to both be saving and be saving more than ten percent of income. And what's interesting too? Tom is at millennials were most likely more than any other age groups say that they hadn't gotten around to it. As to why they're not saving, which would really underscored. How important it is to automate that savings set up the direct deposit from your paycheck into a dedicated savings account. Use the payroll deduction to fund your 4._0._1._K, those types of things make it happen before you have to think about it makes it a lot easier to do that over time as your income grows. And you'll be able to save more start when start early start. When your earnings are are low makes it a lot easier later than just flipping a switch expenses. I'm sure have a lot to do with the fact that they haven't quote gotten around to it. But do you do like you say have to make the the sacrifice, and especially I think when you never see the money if you have an automatic payroll deposit or something like that. If you don't see it, you can't spend it. That's really the whole key is yield to get that money working for you before you have a chance to to spend the money, and you're right like having a lot of expenses for the third year to row was the top reason that American site as. Why they're not saving more money. Well, some very important information there from Bank raid dot com. Greg McBride speaking with komo's Tom hutler..

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"nesia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

08:13 min | 3 years ago

"nesia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And I think that this is things that we call Lamy's that are gonna come out of the woodwork, AVI. Well, we wanna make sure that you're fully insulated in order that you don't have a. Big disruption, and then you're forced to go back to work. You know retirement for many people means shifting from that accumulation mode, where they're just sucking as much money as they can to distribution mode with their assets, which really are two different retirement strategies. He knows it's been interesting Mark just to kind of reflect back on the changes that have come with my firm over the last decade of doing this and over a decade, I guess and this shift that's happened from when we first started in two thousand eight two thousand nine obviously, our clients came in because their portfolios were bleeding, and they had just retired. And now they just saw this twenty thirty forty fifty percent drop in their portfolio. And they're sitting there looking at us going. How do I take this? And now supplement my income. We saw clients that had had a pension that that Pinson was simply a promise it went away. And now they're looking at their portfolio this down twenty thirty forty percent. And needing to supplement even more their income in retirement. So again, we don't want that to happen in that very very, well, we'll go through market fluctuation during your retirement, so it's interesting to talk to people now. Right. So here we are at the end of this really nice bull run. And we're seeing volatility in the market and people have gotten. They just totally have in nesia that the fact that they could lose from their portfolio is so fast. You know, I say this all the time the market takes the stairs up in the elevator down. And so when you shift from that accumulation mode to the preservation and distribution mode that simply so that you don't have to fill that that twenty thirty percent drop in your portfolio because you no longer have the time or the resources to accumulate more. Because at this point you've stopped working. So again, we want to build that protection around the retirement assets. So that they. I don't have to you know, again loose sleep at night worried that they're going to run out of money before they run out of life. And that's that's one of the biggest things that we want to build up when we're working with the client gonna make sense, and certainly one of the biggest differences in retirement today compared to say our grandparents is that there's a very small majority of people today that retire in the pension world. Today's retirees live in the 4._0._1._K world. That's the world of Wall Street and your money like two thousand eighteen you mentioned the banking and housing financial crisis. Whereas dropping thirty forty fifty percent that would be scary heading into retirement if you just lost half of your money. So market risk is certainly a big risk out there. But there are other risks. Well, let's start with market risk. And maybe talk to his Brooklyn about some of the risks that we might face in retirement. Well, there's also longevity risk right? And so Mark it risk. We know the market's going to go up. Margaret Sanger, go down, the market's going to go sideways, but if we combine that with longevity risk the chance that a person's gonna live so long that they ultimately run out of assets to support themselves. It's even more. Important to think about well. My portfolio's down eight nine ten percent. And it could take two years to recover from that. You've saved two years off of your retirement income. Possibility. So the other risks that we that everybody poses, and again, this is that any phase of life, but even more so later on in life is health risks and health care costs. And you know, I don't understand why the health care system is so expensive it's broken. And you know, the cost to ensure yourself is very very high continues to go up. We just renewed our employer plan here for my own company. And I mean, we all got the same employees. They're all on the same health. You know, nothing's changed. And yet it increased by seven hundred fifty dollars a month. And I'm just going what in the world, you know, again. This is something that we've got to factor into our clients planning as well because we know the older you get the more need you are going to have or healthcare. And so whether that's a long term care home healthcare, and we want to make sure that we don't work really hard. And then deplete your sets because we didn't plan well for your health care. The last thing is inflation. And this is the silent killer of all retirement plans. If you're living on a fixed income five years from now that fixed income if it did not keep up with inflation. Then you're going to start filling this pinch from the everyday ordinary expenses things like getting groceries gas in your car close, you know. And so these are things these are not neces-. Theory, luxuries their necessities. And if your income is not keeping up with inflation. Then you're going to slowly eat into that which could put you at a deficit month to month. So these are all things that we want to make sure again that we built into your TEFA financial freedom road map. So you have a step up and income whether it's every year every five years, sewn and so forth. So if you're concerned about what might happen within your portfolio. If we have another two thousand eight on Wall Street, you are not alone. Give us a call. We'd love to sit down with you. And show you some answer shea some different strategies that you couldn't implement into your overall retirement plan. So that you can sleep well at night that you're not worried about another twenty thirty percent drop in the in Wall Street, so it's really easy to do. But I can't do it for you. That means you've got to pick up the phone and give us a call here at eight four four TEFA show. That's eight four four eight three to seventy four sixty nine. Now. Keep in mind. There is no cost. There's no of. Allegation to work with our firm. And I promise you there is no pressure. You know, our goal is a firm is to bring value. And if we cannot do that for you, then we're going to we'll we'll be able to show you the right direction to go in order to find the right fit for you. Again, that number is eight four four eight three to seventy four sixty nine you're saying this meaning is not like going to a timeshare meeting where they might look to lock the doors until you agree when you leave. I wanna I wanna be able to leave. Not. There's no pressure like that. I promise. Brooklyn, generally, the president and CEO of Texas financial advisory offices in San Antonio, new braunfels and Victorian. Of course, you can find out more on the website, Texas, financial advisory dot com. I'm Mark, Elliot. We're talking about these pillars of a sound retirement strategy right now we're talking about some of the risk. And according to government figures a man reaching age sixty five today can expect to live on average until the age of eighty four point three for a woman returning sixty five today, the average life expectancy is eighty six point six. Well, we know those are averages more and more people are hitting the age of one hundred than ever before. That's why longevity risk might be the biggest overall wrist to everybody's retirement success. But Brooklyn back to what you were talking about health care, long term care all of that those costs just continue to go up and up and up and the longer we live the more challenges we have issues with health. And it's the number one reason for retirees filing for bankruptcy is because of a healthcare challenge talk a little bit about how do we address healthcare cost and the inflation risk if he would well, we know that the older you get. Get the more need, you are gonna have for health care and Medicare doesn't cover everything. So we help you figure out if you need a supplement or if you're going to have to self insure when it comes to home health care, long term care. You know, we've seen clients again medicine has advanced which we're very very thankful for. But again, we've had clients that have had cancer, and there is a cost associated with curing their cancer, which could take, you know, take a hit on your retirement savings. But these clients that have had cancer they've survived, but it changes things. Right. And and then maybe it's slowed them down. Maybe they need a little bit of help around the house. Whereas prior to them having cancer, they didn't need that help. So those are expenses again, not necessarily paying a medical Bill but associated with their healthcare that long-term care wouldn't cover our home healthcare wouldn't cover. So if you'd like.

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"nesia" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"nesia" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"So he's sitting it's like just the background and the shoddy pixels. It looked like he was being held hostage. And he was given a ransom note. Thereto it's like, you know, I've been called captive. You've gotta come save me. They want to fifty million dollars, whatever. But instead he was just arguing for leader. That leader doesn't deserve any of the hate. She's getting online leader has done nothing wrong. And this went on and on and like, you could tell he was reading off of something that she had given him. And we can I just wanted to point this out as like how far he's fallen into her trap. Not that he was like a peach, and he could have been saved. He was. Mess from the beginning. But we'll dive into all of them. They're nonsense later on because there's just so much with these two there's so much drama, and I feel like okay. So I just want to talk about an hour. So the league stuff that like she was getting a lot of hate online. Because so I know that she on was trying to be one of those influencers on Instagram, but she got dropped by a number of her sponsors. I at least four like Shirley mind, smile, vegan style black mask where some of them. And then she tried to she sort of did this picture with a fab fifth box that made it seem like she was an influence for them. And it was like we don't know this is we don't like her we're distinct distancing ourselves from her. Because they got a lot of comments from people online that were essentially saying she's garbage person. Please don't like don't do deal with her essentially. Yeah, it's interesting because I feel like I wouldn't say that I think the ninety day fiancee's fandom is that big. But my God where people really vocal about their distaste for leader. And for leaner to get these things hold or disassociated completely just shows. How horrible she was that the minority the vocal minority was a majority and really loud about there is a change or addition to send her back to into nesia. So I'll cared enough to make one of those. Yeah, I feel like the last time. I remember I remember change dot org to send someone back would have been Bieber to Canada. Oh, yeah. Well that didn't work at it. No, no. It did not you guys still have him. But he's cool. Now. I feel like he's okay. Okay. Yeah. So okay. Oh my gosh. I I don't even know what else to say about them. Oh, no. I do. I want to talk about the dad Eric's dad because they replayed this clip at all and it reminded me of it. But I wrote down this quote. So this is something that Eric's dads said to Eric you're going to have to stand behind your children. Believe me, it's not always easy to watch some of the decisions your children's make children make and bite your tongue. Obviously talking about Eric in the situation. So I'm just secretly hoping that Eric's dad, the grandfather to tasha and journal. Jernigan other one I'm hoping I'm hoping that they're able to help it obviously they have their set. Mom is a well. But I I don't know. I just feel very warble for tasha and other one. Yeah. No. They really are getting the short end of the stick here. Is there any way you could come out of this situation? Feeling less important to your father than this. Like, you got kicked out completely kicked out. He took the side of this person. He's known for a really short amount of time. She she is bringing in a kid of her own that he now has to prioritise over his in existing kids. And then he expects them to apologize any expects them to show up at his wedding, which speaking of perfect segue to talk about that awkward ice bar meal when they all met he met with the daughters to convince them to come to the wedding when they were at the diner. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Oh my God. Genita- is that the youngest one?.

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"nesia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"nesia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tired shifts hero. A similar formula? Because it's been a long time. So they're filling them that schilling them from Kasumi. Now 'til CEO. My God God is walking. Much has been made of the great successes being in tackling people smuggling in this area, but some traffickers determined to carry on, and I've come to meet one of those on the very outskirts of the town and a gusty neighborhood. Piscopo Queen Abraham she's not his real name his face partially concealed by a hood tells me that since the crackdown. He's been forced to take lead and dangerous back routes through the desert. Some strewn with mines to avoid police patrols as a result. The trip to Libya now cost migrants twice as much. What would have to happen to persuade you to stop your involvement in this trade? If they give us money, then we will definitely talk for two years. Now, they have been promising to give it to us. But we haven't seen anything yet. That is why we have to go back to work. We can't penalize a local association representing many of the region six thousand x people smugglers claims that only a small fraction of them have received promised e you in juice moments to stop and many like Abraham at now going back to trafficking, and it seems they won't be short of custom take thirty four year old man sofi from Congo Brazzaville convinced that she's nothing left to lose. A man is undeterred by the terrible risks ahead. Seizure continuity, are they say if I had to sit in Congo. I would have killed myself because I had no family there and no money to leave on. So even if I'm going today, I would rather my corpse was somewhere else then in my own country novel almond Sophie from Congo Brazzaville ending that report from nesia by the BBC's, Mike Thompson. Mike Thompson.

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"nesia" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"nesia" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Keith olbermann. Calling him in. Yes. Okay. Yes. Thank you. And he probably actually did. I'm sure Thom Hartmann said Trump has a wall ad on cable news with you. Don't vote hate pit. Yep. Paid for Trump twenty twenty campaign or words to that effect. One. Does anybody have a clip of it too since with his ad Trump has declared that the wall is a reelection device for himself. Why are the networks giving him airtime? That's what the networks did. That's how they gave him billions of dollars worth of free airtime during the campaign, and they're still doing it. They haven't learned their lessons at all. You know what I tweeted that yesterday? I said they have not learned a thing doesn't fifteen oncogene using just disgusting. It is one of the is like this descru- Sade. I'm on. I'm just I keep bashing them. Because I don't know how else to get it out of my system. It's just drives me nuts. Okay. I'm going to have trouble reading, I think this is the one I'm having trouble reading because I was this goes. Yeah. No, no why yesterday when I was reading it. I was like wait William Weld award missing well before government shutdown Trump said that exit strategy from wall stalemate was using the Pentagon emergency declaration gets him there. That's that's where I that's a typo gets him. The fact I don't know that. Yeah. There's word missing here. The fact that we get tied up in court is besides the point he'd simply attacked the courts along with Dem's in the media. Okay. Okay. I'm glad so glad you had the same. Because I was like I when I read it, and I put it into the tweets I was like, I get it that and there's a typo. It's like what? Now, how to see from politico drafts of Pompeo speech later this week in Cairo. Also have him praising the Saudis for their handling of the kashogi nays and saying Iran should learn from Saudi Arabia on human rights and the rule of law. This is what should have everyone terrified right now that kind of shit because this isn't a thorn Tehran regime, ramping up and we've got it. Can I end on my own tweet? Yes. Trump hold a tube of yellowcake claim a refugee named Betty Crocker. Rod it in mispronounced nesia claim he ate a mushroom cloud pizza after mumbling something about a smoking gun and declare a national emergency. I don't even know anymore. Yeah. That works. And and you don't need to watch the speech because there you have it. Although again, let me say you don't have to watch it. I'll watch it. So you don't have to David Daniel. Dale of the Toronto Star will no doubt be live tweeting it at Deepdale eight and he will be on this program tomorrow. So we can talk about that. And and how he enjoys being a journalist of Washington. Correspondent for the Toronto Star in the Stanage. All right, God allow find her on the Twitter's that God laugh and here every Tuesday. Thank you Laffy. Yes. Thank you to talk to you later. Bye. And you thank you for being here as always tomorrow. Daniel Dale from the Toronto Star will be our special guest. I'll see you then. Bye..

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"nesia" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"nesia" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Keith olbermann. Calling him in. Yes. Okay. Yes. Thank you. And he probably actually did. I'm sure Thom Hartmann said Trump has a wall ad on cable news with you. Don't vote hate pit. Yep. Paid for Trump twenty twenty campaign or words to that effect. One. Does anybody have a clip of it too since with his ad Trump has declared that the wall is a reelection device for himself. Why are the networks giving him airtime? That's what the networks did. That's how they gave him billions of dollars worth of free airtime during the campaign, and they're still doing it. They haven't learned their lessons at all. You know what I tweeted that yesterday? I said they have not learned a thing doesn't fifteen oncogene using just disgusting. It is one of the is like this descru- Sade. I'm on. I'm just I keep bashing them. Because I don't know how else to get it out of my system. It's just drives me nuts. Okay. I'm going to have trouble reading, I think this is the one I'm having trouble reading because I was this goes. Yeah. No, no why yesterday when I was reading it. I was like wait William Weld award missing well before government shutdown Trump said that exit strategy from wall stalemate was using the Pentagon emergency declaration gets him there. That's that's where I that's a typo gets him. The fact I don't know that. Yeah. There's word missing here. The fact that we get tied up in court is besides the point he'd simply attacked the courts along with Dem's in the media. Okay. Okay. I'm glad so glad you had the same. Because I was like I when I read it, and I put it into the tweets I was like, I get it that and there's a typo. It's like what? Now, how to see from politico drafts of Pompeo speech later this week in Cairo. Also have him praising the Saudis for their handling of the kashogi nays and saying Iran should learn from Saudi Arabia on human rights and the rule of law. This is what should have everyone terrified right now that kind of shit because this isn't a thorn Tehran regime, ramping up and we've got it. Can I end on my own tweet? Yes. Trump hold a tube of yellowcake claim a refugee named Betty Crocker. Rod it in mispronounced nesia claim he ate a mushroom cloud pizza after mumbling something about a smoking gun and declare a national emergency. I don't even know anymore. Yeah. That works. And and you don't need to watch the speech because there you have it. Although again, let me say you don't have to watch it. I'll watch it. So you don't have to David Daniel. Dale of the Toronto Star will no doubt be live tweeting it at Deepdale eight and he will be on this program tomorrow. So we can talk about that. And and how he enjoys being a journalist of Washington. Correspondent for the Toronto Star in the Stanage. All right, God allow find her on the Twitter's that God laugh and here every Tuesday. Thank you Laffy. Yes. Thank you to talk to you later. Bye. And you thank you for being here as always tomorrow. Daniel Dale from the Toronto Star will be our special guest. I'll see you then. Bye..

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College World Series Mississippi State Bulldogs bring late-inning magic to Omaha

Fresh Air

00:47 sec | 4 years ago

College World Series Mississippi State Bulldogs bring late-inning magic to Omaha

"The sports desk through go it's the oregon state beavers in washington huskies no strangers to each other as pac twelve foes but they're meeting in the college world series in omaha one team will move on the other team goes back to either corvallis or seattle there season will be over right now scoreless tie game of the second inning in omaha in the college world series huskies trying to advance and move on at least play one more game world cup soccer action today it was sweden with a one nil victory over sweden excuse me with one no victory over south korea belgium beat panama three nil and also we've got to nesia and england with a one one tie right now that game is in the first half and the mariners off today to travel to new york where they opened a ten game road trip the first of three against the yankees a team with the best record in.

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Mali, Alexis Tsipras and Chadwick discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

02:22 min | 4 years ago

Mali, Alexis Tsipras and Chadwick discussed on BBC World Service

"On this week's cultural frontline we may tell the tastes creating work in response to the continuing conflicts in iraq and syria the artist michael rackets on how he's reimagining ancient iraqi artifacts destroyed by the islamic state group i'm the artist activist on chinese dissident i way way talks to us about why he continues to tell the stories of refugees that's all coming up on the cultural frontline after the latest bbc news bbc news i'm john shape police and canada's a fourteen people have been killed in a collision between a truck and the bus carrying a junior ice hockey team the humboldt broncos fourteen other people were injured and taken to hospital three are in a critical condition the crash happens near tisdale in the southern province of saskatchewan the former president of brazil luis inacio lula da silva has spent the night at a union building defying a court order to hand himself in by late friday to start serving a prison sentence his supporters have surrounded the building while the ghost the actions between his lawyers and the authorities are continuing newly is appealing against his twelve year sentence for corruption texas has become the first us states to deploy national guard troops along the border with mexico to try to curb illegal immigration president trump has said he wants up to four thousand troops stationed in the full states on america's southern frontier until his planned wall is built a united nations peacekeeping has been shot dead in gal says he in northern mali the soldier was from nesia on thursday to peacekeepers from chadwick killed in an attack by medicines the greek prime minister alexis tsipras has repeated his demand that turkey should release to greek soldiers saying they should not be poems to power games and blackmail the two men were arrested on the turkish side of the border over a month ago and charged with espionage they say they lost their way in fog facebook has been urged to do more to prevent the style of nazi memorabilia through its website campaign us at the trade in such items could fund and encourage extremist groups and a court in the indian city of jaipur has had an application for bail by one of bollywood's biggest stars salman khan the actor who's fifty two has been sentenced to five years in.

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