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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:08 min | 6 d ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Into the holidays, a warning about toys. That are potentially dangerous, and one comes from a galaxy far far away. The group world against Toys causing Harm released its annual worst Toys list, which includes Star Wars Man DeLorean Dark Saber, the group says While young Children are encouraged to swing for battle, the saber is made of rigid plastic. With the potential for facial and other impact injuries. Also on the worst list. Marvel Avengers Vibranium power effects claw, inspired by Black Panther and scientific explorer SciFi. Slime wins news time A 35 Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy went on trial today he's facing bribery charges. Correspondent Elaine Cobb is in Paris. This trial came out of a 2014 investigation into alleged illegal funding of Nicolas Sarkozy's election campaign by Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi sometimes showed the former president and his lawyer were trying to influence the court judge to give them inside information. Sarkozy faces up to 15 years in prison and more than a million dollars Is in fines if he's convicted. Sarkozy is claiming judicial harassment accusing judges of breaching lawyer client privilege via wire tapping 43 degrees Now clear in New York, going down to 39 degrees in Midtown this evening, when today's time 8 36 another celebrity test positive for covert 1910 10 wins entertainment. Hi, everyone is Rodney Anderson with supreme lending Every single day. I have multiple people call my office that had been working on a refinance with another lender for 60, 90, or even 120 days. It's time to fire that lender and pick up the phone and call us at 1 800 express our goals to close our refinances in 20 days or less, and we're doing it every single day. Supreme Lyndon Johnson, equal housing lender and in the last 92 1298196730 49, 75 President Park Boulevard, Suite 800. Plato, Texas 75093, Texas SNL Mortgage banker Registration residential mortgage Loan originator as I see her read article after article see TV show after TV show The normal person out there on the street cannot overcome their fear to get to the.

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:42 min | 6 d ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Tom Constant. O Polis owns Omega restaurant and bakery and says his 85 employees understand why they have to temporarily close or I made this decision after many sleepless nights. And decides to talkto most of my employees. They're all on board. They all understand. They all hate seeing the restaurant empty like this inside, even though we have the outdoor, which is still not enough, and they all feel that this is the best move to do. This Sunday will be the last day of business until February, 1st New week means more calls for President Trump to conceive. A group of Republican national Security officials is urging congressional Republicans to demand President Trump concede. It includes former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge in a four page statement, They say the country must immediately begin the transition to the Biden administration. They say the delay is threatening national security. Steve Dorsey CBS NEWS Washington I'm former President Barack Obama, sharing his thoughts on one of President electro Biden's picks for his administration. Jack Sullivan is Mr Biden's choice for National Security advisor, Wicked, Smart, young, energetic and I think it is going to be outstanding but also served as national security advisor during the Obama administration. European Union officials say air quality has significantly improved in some European cities because of lockdown. Restrictions imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus improvements were particularly notable for the pollutant. Knife didn't dioxide and no. Two on fine particulate matter, which both can have A serious impact on People's Health. Ve report on air quality shows that among metropolitan areas with the largest energy concentrations, Barcelona's levels sank by 59% while Madrid's dropped by 47%. Lockdown measures in several EU member states during the first wave off the pandemic had a major impact on economic activity dramatically reducing road and air transport, plus shipping. That all affected the air quality in most regions. I'm Charles the lid asthma. Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy could be facing jail time. This trial came out of a 2014 investigation into alleged illegal funding of Nicolas Sarkozy's election campaign. By Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi sometimes showed the former president and his lawyer were trying to influence the court judge to give them inside information. Sarkozy faces up to 15 years in prison on more than a million dollars in fines if he's convicted Elaine Cobb CBS News This is Jo Jo thinks he's seen it all. I've seen it all golden crusted pork chop..

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Corruption Trial of Ex-President Sarkozy Opens in France

WBZ Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 6 d ago

Corruption Trial of Ex-President Sarkozy Opens in France

"Nicolas Sarkozy in court today. Charges of corruption. It's the first time a former French president has appeared in the dark. Nicolas Sarkozy is charged with corruption prosecutions say he offered a job in Monaco to a judge investigating allegations that Libya helped fund his 2007 election campaign. His lawyer is also on trial after phone taps showed they used secret phones to discuss the case. That is, CBS is

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Team plays Sweden tomorrow to see who wins group, f meantime, problems on the men's side, fief under fire. Police in France have launched a corruption investigation into how soccer's governing body picked the country of cutter to host the World Cup tournament in twenty twenty two decision that took many by surprise WBZ's, Deb Lawler, spoke with ABC's, Tom rivers, just moments ago about these big headlines all around the world. Those rumors have been kicking around for long time Deb and raise their head again yesterday. With former. The chief European governing body over here Michel Platini with custody in Paris. And heaters. Looking again, kind of decision made in twenty ten people were scratching their heads over the bid that was won by cutter for the twenty two World Cup and seeing if there was anything that they can produce evidence coz, because they're looking for anything that says, yes, we're some backhanders some corruption going on. So far despite say host of rumors there. They've been able to nail nothing nothing to the wall. So Michelle was was brought in and again he's transparent. I told him everything I had to tell them eighteen months ago. So we've gone through this process again. Also visors for Nicolas Sarkozy at that time, we're brought in and given statements as well. In the meantime, cutter gets the World Cup and twenty twenty two. Any soccer pedigree there? However, I think everything's gonna be air conditioned. Boy, it's going to be hot there, and that fief executive former fief executive taken into custody yesterday as reportedly been released by French police this morning, by the way, the USA women play Sweden in the World Cup tournament tomorrow at three o'clock..

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"President Nicolas Sarkozy has lost an appeal to send him to trial over challenges of illegal campaign financing empowers goats at this morning that it had rejected Sarkozy's appeal. According to AFP, he'll stand trial on charges that he legally exceeded campaign spending limits and his failed two thousand and twelve re election bid, giggle is no longer opening campus in trendy district. Berlin due to strong opposition by local campaigners. The tech giant was planning on setting an incubator for startups. Anti gentrification activists said the move showed that protest works and former Malaysian Prime Minister, nausea, Breisach is facing charges concerning the struggling one MTV state fund. He's not being accused of six additional accounts, including breach of trust. Nausea has already been hit by thirty two charges, including corruption bribery abuse of power. And money laundering. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron it took on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred and twenty countries Omnion guarantee. This is Bloomberg markets. Thanks very much Leon now UK Prime Minister Theresa may has survived. Another meeting of conservative lawmakers. They expressed loyalty to then for stray Shen rather than frustration at her Brexit plan. After may said they must hold their nerve while she perceives a deal with the EU. But Mace cabinet remains deeply split on keeping the K in the customs union indefinitely to avoid hard border with Ireland for more. We're joined by Richard Whitman, professor of political and international relations at the university of Kent and also associate fellow at Chatham house. Richard great to have you on it seems as if Theresa May has nine lives perhaps more when it comes to a premiership. Do you see her running out of road going forward? I think the. Trump that she has really now is when it comes to the crunch point. I mean, clearly she's in a position in which she's able to get her fixed to kind of hold their fire in terms of the moment in which they've really got the chance to just stick the Beijing. And that moment hasn't come yet. But as she finalizes the deal with the EU, and when she comes back to parliament with a package that's going to be the point of maximum danger for her and other that's the that's he she really gonna define attorney ship. Now, how could I mean, it would be interesting to see her rivals toss her out? But with him would they replace her? I mean who would even want that job right now. Wall. I think you've absolutely hit the nail on the head. I mean who would want the job now and who'd want the job, basically, picking up the deal that she's done over the Deel she's moved along and then trying to sell that as a sort of starting point for their new leadership. So I think it's very very difficult to imagine a situation now between now and the win the deal is done with the youth. The deal can be done that you would have a sort of leadership challenge come to the fore. And I think most of the candidates who are preparing for leadership challenge. I really preparing to sort of pick things up off to. Sort of running into difficulties in Paula. Yeah. You speak their about those parliamentary difficulties in us oppose. Well, the market is asking alongside everybody else for that matter is when and if there is a deal with the EU whether or not able to actually pass parliament. What what's your reading of the tea leaves when it comes to that? Well, I think what we're looking at. Now, I really is which way are a number of labor rebels gonna go. Which way are you gonna fund the DUP the Democratic Unionist Party going to go on the deal, and absolutely crucially? How does how Theresa May and more importantly, I whips actually manage the business. So how do they work at the votes in a way that they may build up of momentum towards the withdrawal, a great deal and try and diffuse this question of what the future relationship looks like they're kind of check is issues in a way that allows her to sort of get quite a long way down the road. So she's she's sort of she's built up the political capital, which says, we got this, and we'll defer some of the bigger questions intimidate later and that oversee with them beyond your new leadership in the long run. Do you expect Brexit to actually happen to a point when the UK is not in the customs union doesn't have to follow the rules isn't subject to the European Court of Justice? I think that time horizon is is difficult to make predictions on. Because. Seaming the UK gets to you assuming it moves into transition, and we see that transition then through into the end of twenty twenty. I think it's perfectly possible to imagine. That transition gets rolled further forward until the the details of the e u u k future deal, and even there once the deal is done. There's going to be a ratification process, which means you're going to have some kind of interim arrangement in place provisions arrangement in place. So I think we really probably looking at kind of half decade process of unraveling. All right. Thanks very much for joining us, professor of politics and international relations at the university of Kent. Richard Whitman all sorts of societas, fellow at the Chatham house, Marcus. Thanks very much. Matt straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. European equities or extending losses are the headline level. But we are seeing some glimmers of hope with the.

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Really One of the best ever from what everybody does One of the best ever also So Quite a bit in the United. States Watch the entire The semi finals games Congratulations beautifully done can at best ever terms that he speaks in the news media hasn't caught up to this yet and they never will because they can't because it's a. Bring problem with them it's a hard wiring problem with, the World Cup day just. Wrapped it up yesterday the final France beat Croatia in. The World Cup final I'm kind. Of an underdog guy I don't really care. Very much about soccer the World Cup kick kick punch guys, running around, in shorts playing kickball That said I did watch the game yesterday and it was for a World Cup game it was. It was, kind of. Exciting there's a. Lot of scoring and it was sort of fun and I did watch the whole game but I felt for Croatia kind of wanted them to win and I'm headed to Croatian. A couple of weeks as a matter of fact so, I was thinking well leagues. Croatia wins they'll be very happy people when we get. There but no such luck so. He congratulated on the on the World Cup. And then the and it was held in Russia of course, they did Held in Russia and. Putin was at the. Event yesterday and macaroni and from Aaj was there the French President Nicolas Sarkozy was there there were. Some world, leaders from Hellhole. Countries around the world what do we call them. On the radio there was some of those but it's soccer honestly Americans are never gonna care that much about soccer I don't think let's do roller ball or something we want a sport of the future President Trump this morning while sitting there with Vladimir Putin who Obama sucked up to for eight years and. Got nowhere with most of, we have a lot. Of good things to talk about Discussions on everything The military to missiles We'll be talking a, little bit about China Great opportunities together Frankly Getting along very well for the last Not too long Getting close, to two years Having And as I campaign getting along with Russia is a good. Thing It's yeah I I believe in all reasonable people. Believe that the United. States getting along with. Russia as good thing not a bad, thing now they're Comey's Putin's Comey in the left is a menace and there are minutes. Here and. There are medicine Moscow. And they, messed with our elections they hacked? That's what they do you know who, else does that, the Chinese, they do it up the yin. Yang the North Koreans North Koreans do all kinds of terrible, things they print hundred dollar bills American currency. And twenty dollar bills and they spread them all over the place it's one of their ways of making. Money the, North Koreans because they're Comey's and it's what. They do you know the Cubans do all kinds of terrible things but the media was, fine with, that when Obama was sucking, up hard to the Castro. Brothers thrilled no talk of human rights no talk of political prisoners I was on Fox News.

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Marcus talk radio five sixty k s f o auden do you're listening to russia's week in review gary we're just cruising right along it was as good as speeches nicolas sarkozy get your i don't think people remember this but sarkozy when he was the president of flaws came to washington had a big state dinner and had a joint speech i had a speech before joint session of congress dazzled any wild everybody and the guy came off as much more of a patriotic conservative american than any democrat in the house of representatives and today the new french president macron was often the same riff and he was sounded wonderful he was talking about liberty he was talking about freedom he was talking about democracy and then he went off the rails toward the end of this thing and started talking about climate change and the denny's no planet b democrats in the place to stood up and started laughing and applauding and i having all the day from their side of the aisle and then the guy starts sure i am sure one day the united states will rejoin the better once again the democrats stood up and win lots nothing in the only way that's going to happen is if we ever elected democrat again and global warming is still a big issue out there which i should say climate change it will be because it isn't it isn't going to go away and then while this guy is going on and on he was really good fox he was really good talking about liberty democracy freedom the relationship historically between the united states and france i mean he was really good he's got this down pat he could have been a navy american he could have been a thoroughbred if you didn't know any better a thoroughbred conservative with a french accent and then the guy goes off the rails talking about globalization saying nationalization is bad we can't do this nationalization of stuff we can't because because the world is going to continue to evolve we cannot we cannot get into isolation as as though that's what the united states is involved in it's not we're not becoming isolationist and we're not this whole definition of nationalism and populism nationalism by itself as though.

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Just cruising right along it was as good a speeches nicolas sarkozy get your i don't think people remember this myth sarkozy when he was the president of flaws came to washington had a big state dinner and had a joint speech hannah's speech before joint session of congress dazzled any wild everybody and the guy came off as much more of a patriotic conservative american than any democrat and a house of representatives and today the new french president macron was off on the same riff and he was sounded wonderful he was talking about liberty he was talking about freedom he was talking about democracy and then he went off the rails toward the end of this thing started talking about climate change and jenny's no planet b democrats in the place to stood up and started laughing and applauding and i standing all the day from their side of the aisle and then the guy starts sure i am sure one day the united states will rejoin in once again the democrats stood up and went nuts nothing and the only way that's going to happen is if we ever elected democrat again and global warming is still a big issue out there which i should say climate change it will be because it it isn't it isn't gonna go away and then while this guy is going on and on he was really good folks he was really good talking about liberty democracy freedom the relationship historically between the united states and france i mean he was really good he's got this down pat he could have been a navy american he could have been a thoroughbred if you didn't know any better a thoroughbred conservative with a french accent and then the guy goes off the rails talking about globalization thing in nationalization is bad we can't do this nationalization stuff we can't because because the world is going to continue to evolve we cannot we cannot get into isolation is as though that's what the united states is in it's not we're not becoming isolationist were not this whole definition of nationalism and.

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The little guy were just cruising right along it was as good a speeches nicolas sarkozy gave you i don't think people remember this but sarkozy when he was the president of flaws came to washington had a big state dinner and had a joint speech had a speech before joint session of congress dazzled any wild everybody and the guy came off as much more of a patriotic conservative american than any democrat in a house of representatives and today the new french president macron was off on the same riff and he was sounded wonderful he was talking about liberty he was talking about freedom he was talking about democracy and then he went off the rails toward the end of this thing started talking about climate change and there is no planet democrats in the place to stood up and started laughing applauding and i standing all the day from their side of the aisle and then the guy starts am i am one day the united states will rejoin in once again the democrats stood up and went nuts the only way that's going to happen is if we ever elected democrat again and global warming is still a big issue out there which i should say climate change it will be because it it isn't it isn't going to go away and then while this guy is going on and on he was really good folks he was really good talking about liberty democracy freedom the relationship historically between the united states and france i mean he was really good he's got this down pat he could have been a native american he could have been a thoroughbred if you didn't know any better a thoroughbred conservative with a french accent and then the guy goes off the rails talking about globalization saying and nationalization is bad we can't do this nationalization stuff we can't because because the world is going to continue to volve we cannot we cannot get into isolation as as though that's what the united states is involved in it's not we're not becoming isolationist were not this whole definition of nationalism and.

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"I say upside that over the last few sessions is now beginning to dip a little bit lower now but the move over the last couple of sessions has been quite strong to the outside us ten year this is in the wake of the fed sounding a little bit more hawkish yesterday the yield two point seven seven at this point in time you'll just going down a little bit similar story for the bond trading point four nine six eight man all right thanks very much for that now on a talk a little bit about this geopolitical risk that we're seeing a rise up around syria western leaders taking further steps towards possible military action there indeed yesterday the us president spoke with his defense secretary jim mattis and he said to the world in a tweet that missiles are coming to syria although the white house is now kind of backed up on that uk prime minister theresa may is going to recall her cabinet for an emergency meeting to discuss their reaction today for more on the western response to the escalating tensions around syria bloomberg government editor tony czuczka joins me here in the berlin studio tony i'm what i'm most interested in i mean we don't have to talk about what president trump has done but it is weird what's the european response what's been the response from germany and from around the the rest of the the you the the response is really focused on france for for all the usual reasons i mean they have you know they have military muscle and a willingness to use it that's not the case in germany where maybe on france you should also add that that you have a young new and if he like assertive president although we've seen this in the past to of course when when nicolas sarkozy was president of france went into libya or you know like into the air war now germany is is is a totally different story as i think we know there there are constitutional hurdles rooted in germany's past two major military missions abroad and there's also know material problems in other words the by all accounts gerbil terry military's readiness is poor and they're just even if they wanted to really enter into the fray here say airstrikes syria which seems extremely unlikely they would be hard pressed to do it because because the the.

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Well president emmanuel mccaw undertook when he went into lycee palace the mammoth task of modernizing the french economy and not is no small task as you can imagine and the moment just looking at the scenes in central paris today with the sncf as the national railway operator beginning we'll set to be thirty six days of strike action extraordinary scenes in some of the stations today with people actually falling off the platforms onto the tracks because there's so much chaos in the in the railway stations in central paris this is looking like being a fight that's not going to be easily won by either mr mccall or by the once all powerful trade union theory franz we'll to that point tom and i guess it's hard to look at this not in the context of it being a significant anniversary of the sort of sixty eight protests and all the rest of it but if we think back to what one of macron's predescessors nicolas sarkozy he notably didn't he talked about crushing that very spirit of sixty eight but that's not really i don't know is that a tenable objective for macron have or does he just need not worry about that and just try and get individual pieces of of this sort of reform achieved step by step but i think miss the michael needs to communicate to the french public the need for these reforms on the logic behind these proposed reforms to try to win them over and at the moment but he's going to be a huge battle on both sides can be a tug of war between the unions and the government and at the moment it looks like just over half of the french public according to surveys that i've seen support president mecom but it's sort of fifty one percent it's very marginal majority he has in terms of public support for this major overhaul of the.

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The us consulate in saint petersburg it's in retaliation after us lead actions against the kremlin russia's planning to expel about sixty us diplomats the us and european allies expelled the dozens of russians in response to the nerve agent attack on an ex spy and his daughter in england russia denies involvement in that attempted murders japan says it's been in touch with north korea but refused to say whether a possible meeting between their leaders is being discussed a japanese government spokesman says the country has communicated with north korea via multiple channels all along japanese newspaper reports that north korea mentioned a possible summit in june following one with president donald trump well just a week after francis former president was charged with illegal funding his election campaign with money from the libyan regime nicolas sarkozy is in trouble again cbs news correspondent bob cobb is in paris french judge has signed the order to bring nicolas sarkozy to trial on charges of corruption and influence peddling in two thousand fourteen investigators following up on allegations of illegal campaign funding discover the former president and his lawyer we're using secret phone lines to discuss the case phone taps showed they were trying to influence a court judge to give them inside information sarkozy faces up to fifteen years in prison and more than a million dollars in fines if he's convicted elaine cobb cbs news paris now we check sports first place on the line for the bruins tonight when they host the lightning at seven o'clock garden time bs coming off a two two road trip home started there game hopefully time out nicely with the end of the first red sox game of the season it's opening day to day coincidence that tampa is playing the socks while tampa are skating against the bees wbz's adam kaufman has more on the red sox in the ticket dot com sports studio sales three and over the two eighty six in.

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Nicolas Sarkozy: France's ex-president to face corruption trial

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Nicolas Sarkozy: France's ex-president to face corruption trial

"The us consulate in saint petersburg it's in retaliation after us lead actions against the kremlin russia's planning to expel about sixty us diplomats the us and european allies expelled the dozens of russians in response to the nerve agent attack on an ex spy and his daughter in england russia denies involvement in that attempted murders japan says it's been in touch with north korea but refused to say whether a possible meeting between their leaders is being discussed a japanese government spokesman says the country has communicated with north korea via multiple channels all along japanese newspaper reports that north korea mentioned a possible summit in june following one with president donald trump well just a week after francis former president was charged with illegal funding his election campaign with money from the libyan regime nicolas sarkozy is in trouble again cbs news correspondent bob cobb is in paris french judge has signed the order to bring nicolas sarkozy to trial on charges of corruption and influence peddling in two thousand fourteen investigators following up on allegations of illegal campaign funding discover the former president and his lawyer we're using secret phone lines to discuss the case phone taps showed they were trying to influence a court judge to give them inside information sarkozy faces up to fifteen years in prison and more than a million dollars in fines if he's convicted elaine cobb cbs news paris now we check sports first place on the line for the bruins tonight when they host the lightning at seven o'clock garden time bs coming off a two two road trip home started there game hopefully time out nicely with the end of the first red sox game of the season it's opening day to day coincidence that tampa is playing the socks while tampa are skating against the bees wbz's adam kaufman has more on the red sox in the ticket dot com sports studio sales three and over the two eighty six in.

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Refuge from crime and the data exploitation scandal engulfing a formerly little known british company cambridge analytica these and more coming up former french president nicolas sarkozy was charged on wednesday with corruption the french judiciary is formally investigating whether sarkozy received as much as fifty million euros from libyan exdictator moammar gadhafi for his successful two thousand seven election campaign helen seaney has the details and this roundup of european news nicolas sarkozy has been dogged by investigations since he left office in two thousand twelve but the five year probe into whether his two thousand seven election campaign received funding from the late libyan leader moammar gadhafi has been the most serious at issue our ally gatien's that suckle z accepted around fifty million euros from gadhafi the some is more than double the legal campaign funding limit and the payments would also violate french rules against foreign financing judges this week decided they had enough evidence to charge sarkozy with passive corruption illegal campaign funding and the concealment of libyan public money sarkozy has always denied the allegations and said this week that the accusations were web of lies that have made his life hell slovakia has a new government ending a political crisis sparked by the murder of an investigative journalist and his fiancee young could ceac and martina kuznetsova was shot dead last month could ceac was probing fraud cases linking members of the italian mafia with slovak businessmen and government officials there murder led to the biggest protests in the country since the fall of communism and calls for a new government and an impartial investigation into their murders those protests led to the resignation of veteran prime minister robert feet so on thursday pater pellegrini was appointed his successor the european commission has approved a buy out of us agro giant monsanto by german chemical firm by up the deal were fifty four billion euros will create the world's largest integrated pesticides and seeds company however the eu said strict conditions were attached to the takeover to ensure that they'll be effective competition and innovation in the agricultural market the deal means that bio will assume over seven billion euros of monsanto's debts the megamerger has been criticized by environmentalists and aid organizations who say it gives the world's biggest manufacturers too much market power.

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"In these attacks will often happens is there's a denial that an attack has even taken place in the first days on what the accusation is at that's the government that's the army trying to buy themselves time to announce at least the release of some of the recapture of some so that when they have to admit that attack take place they can fight that up with good news has been resolved i'm not just erodes trust with the government on with the president of course let's move onto story that happened quite late last night we've known it's coming but in fact seru confirmed that's not which means that the times has a photograph on its front page of nicolas sarkozy but the main story the fact that he's actually been charged we would have been under british law is any on page thirty five five sarkozy charged with taking fifty million euro gift from the gadhafi's so we all remember of course cozy back in those heady days between two thousand seven and two thousand twelve remember those days well we had to worry about then was global financial crisis and the disintegration of libya so who we transported back here sarkozy was in charge he's accused of taking this money from gadhafi four his election campaign in two thousand seven he denies any wrongdoing now there's a couple of interesting points here first of all i mean he's sixty now interrogation on tuesday then he was allowed to go home before returning i tell you tell you i'm not sounds to me like quite an intense interrogation but even that has been he's been criticized for that he's accused of having preferential treatment by being allowed to go home mitt interrogation on the funny it's not funny but the interesting thing here is the the criticism from politics of it seem quite confused so we have critics of sarkozy's from the left and the right saying this clearly must be investigated which obviously it should and obviously is but you have to remember the sarkozy joined the military operation to depose gadhafi just a couple of years after allegedly taking this money from him which adds this bizarre aspect of wasser nerve gadhafi thought he was getting out of it donating money to someone who would later.

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the latest global news podcast from the bbc world i'm nick miles and at fourteen hours gmt on tuesday the twentieth of march these are our main stories another possible bomb has exploded near austin texas it's the latest in a lethal spate of attacks that's terrified residents people are scared right now to walk their dogs people are scared to take their kids outside and the only thing they're telling us right now just to remain vigilant we hear why form of french president nicolas sarkozy has been questioned by police and china's president xi jinping has been setting out his vision for the future so what will it mean for china and the rest of the world also in this podcast the bishops plan to bring the northern white rhino back from the brink of extinction protests in slovakia over the murder of a reporter who was investigating alleged corruption within the government and why they've been calls for paris to ban a brothel when then have sex with silicon does but i it was packed with metal to create shrapnel the latest package to explode in texas this time at a distribution center in the town of shirts with clearly designed to maim or kill it's believed the device merb'ys intended for a recipient in the city of austin whether have already been several explosions at residential addresses it's not known who's behind the attacks michael bushehr a former department of justice officer says the authorities can't rule out a link between the explosions on the past i've seen cereal are sincere bombers who are trying to get a message across it's times they'll send messages through the through the media leave something behind the let you know here's why i'm doing it and here's what i want you to do to do to make me stop there others who do it for vanity they like the attention when they see these kind of things and those are the most troublesome ones because you really don't know what's motivating.

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Boy Scouts discriminated against Utah teenager with Down syndrome, lawsuit says

CT on the Hill

01:18 min | 2 years ago

Boy Scouts discriminated against Utah teenager with Down syndrome, lawsuit says

"A former president of france is in custody at a police station near paris nicolas sarkozy is under investigation over possible illegal campaign financing in the twenty stood rather two thousand seven presidential election that he won sarkozy has strongly denied any wrongdoing yellow gatien's are that he received millions of euros from the regime of late libyan leader moammar gaddafi are the boy scouts prepared for this the father of a scout with down syndrome filed a lawsuit what are what are they teaching with this it's okay to discriminate logan blocks down syndrome has prevented him from completing some of the requirements to become an eagle scout but the national parks council in utah making some accommodations to help the fifteen year old advances local people are like hey let's go ahead and do that logan's father chad blythe says the boy scouts of america clipped his sons wings wanting who different mirror badges are known void in the eyes of national boy scouts like the suing the scouts and the parks council for outrageous and reckless conduct be organization saying it offered logan alternative merit badges and a path to becoming an eagle steve rappoport fox news on wall street stock futures are doing much before the opening bell the morning after a big selloff from the dow plunged three hundred thirty five points i'm dave anthony fox news radio good morning i'm teresa berry sean murphy clouds today.

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Sarkozy questioned by police over ties to Gadhafi

The Brad Davis Show

01:52 min | 2 years ago

Sarkozy questioned by police over ties to Gadhafi

"And the ad council president trump says it's time to get tough on drug dealers maybe very tough president trump's in a very clear message manchester it's time to get tough in the battle against the opioid epidemic at a firehouse in new hampshire state hit hard by opioid addiction the president unveiled his plan to address the crisis the plan includes cutting off the flow of illicit drugs across our borders and within communities expanding education and awareness providing access to treatment and recovery efforts in seeking out the death penalty for some drug dealers now the justice department says the federal death penalty is available for some drug related offenses of the worst kind fox's griff jenkins former french president nicolas sarkozy has been placed in the custody early today as part of an investigation that he received billions of euros in illegal financing from the regime of the late libyan leader muammar qaddafi a judicial source with direct knowledge of the case says that sarkozy was being held at a police station west of paris sarkozy in the former chief of staff have denied wrongdoing in the case which involves his winning the two thousand seven presidential campaign in france what are storm watches posted again for big section of the northeast even the winter officially ends in a few hours from now the first day of spring or technically the vernal equinox even though your weather may not feel like it as a fancy term for one of the two times per year the sun's most direct rays shine on the equator the earth tilts at an angle of twenty three point five degrees on its axis relative to its plane of orbit and fox's janice deans has parts of the country won't have springlike temp several inches of snow are possible from dc up to boston computer happy first day of spring in new york city tanya j powers fox news dow futures are back in negative territory asian markets have closed mixed the dow dropping three hundred thirty five points yesterday.

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Our paris correspondent following that news of nicolas sarkozy being questioned by police over those allegations that he denies his picture all over the front pages of french media websites have just been looking through this morning now let's talk tit for tat a phrase that we often overuse when it comes to diplomatic spats such as that going on at the moment between russia and the uk twentythree russian diplomats and others are going to leave london today they've been kicked out because of the diplomatic argument over the attempted assassination of former double agent sergei scrip palace the nerve agent case which is causing such trouble moscow's ambassador to the u k that's the russian in the uk said it was nonsense that these people were intelligence agents in about eighty people are going to have to leave the embassy because it includes family members and so on now russia has expelled a number of british stuff from moscow in return that socalled tit for tat we're talking about this and how these things die down as well how do you get away from this don't you just escalate charles crawford former ambassador which was at the british embassy in moscow in nineteen ninety six when nine of his colleagues were told they had to leave within a matter of days so on this issue of first off the russians who are being expelled how will they have been chosen by the british i would assume they've been jerry's and because the british government think they are involved in spying activities of different shapes and sizes the russians have a range of intelligence services.

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Report: Ex-French president Sarkozy in custody as part of campaign funding probe

BBC World Service

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Report: Ex-French president Sarkozy in custody as part of campaign funding probe

"Bbc news with sue montgomery china's annual parliamentary session is closed with president xi jinping outlining nationalist vision of his country as a rising global power he spoke of the china solution to world problems john sudworth was there following the earlier vote to abolish the presidential term limits xi jinping's closing speech offered a glimpse of what he intends to do with his now unlimited indefinite power this is young we are ever more close to realizing the great rejuvenation of the chinese nation he said it's not the first time we've heard such phrases but this was a strongly nationalistic speech with the biggest applause coming for mr she's warning to taiwan and hong kong in particular that independence movements would be defeated judicial sources in france say the former president nicolas sarkozy has been taken into police custody he's being interviewed in connection with an investigation into alleged irregularities over a political campaign financing french media say the police probe relates to alleged funding from the late libyan leader colonel gadhafi during mr sarkozy's presidential election campaign in two thousand seven twentythree russian diplomats and their families are due to leave london today having been expelled by britain in retaliation for what the british government believes was a nerve agent attack orchestrated by moscow on saturday russia responded by ordering the expulsion of a similar number of british diplomats james robbins reports for britain this is both expulsion day and another decision day the russian embassy in london we'll say goodbye to it's twenty three diplomats ordered out by the prime minister as undercover intelligence officers as they leave theresa may and her senior ministers will consider possible next steps against russia after moscow's response on saturday expelling the same number of british diplomats will britain now decide to launch a second round of measures the united states and south korea are to.

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Military goes back to the government now the minister was trying to say oh yes but he'd at a reassurance of that wouldn't really stab you i suspect or little skeptic about that what i think there'll be a lot of a lot of agendas in mamar there's a lot of economic interests this is a huge swirling list 'ro array of entrusts we're going to hit lots of different views i think they'll have to be immense pressure applied to myanmar to persuade it that there really is no choice they've got to find a way to get these people by but just before these attacks the kofi annan commission did produce some very practical widely applauded proposals for a longterm solution that but acknowledged it's going to be enormously difficult you've nadia how bitter and longstanding the history is between range of muslims and local were kind buddhists go way back to the second war it's very deeprooted now we had these attacks amount of being there that were kind buddhists who a burning down villages are absolutely paranoid about muslims coming about they've armed themselves the army says sympathizes with them this is going to be an enormous job and remember ours being backed very strongly in its hardline approach by its biggest neighbours india and china both of whom are very fearful of militant islam taking root and other a hinges joe intensive a global global influence in the west doesn't have that much say these days jonathan thank you that harms twenty prostate four months after winning the french presidential election emmanuel macron is facing protests on the streets criticism in the papers popularity ratings in an dipped more sharply than the for any of his recent predescessors but he isn't the first french lead at a suffer a rapid slide in approval when in power in fact it is pretty routine jack share nicolas sarkozy francois alone all more popular out of office than in our paris correspondent lucy williamson has been looking at why the french turn on that pr presidents.

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"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"nicolas sarkozy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Were all that they wear an i remembered them they well especially what we call that the time was still call them google guess say that each said the broken face is because they had been so heavily scarred an inch it an and of course we have new during the nicolas sarkozy presidency we buried the leftists veteran of the festival wore an and he was given a state funeral and i remember not to them bells chiming for the last at seoul there and they who we hatches sperry it and and of course we are going to live through that in at that lasts at people who lived through the second world war and who were witnesses uh either survivors of concentration camps o or less resistant yet and so in it's becoming a history and historians now in the absence of witnesses at forming an incredible task because as important role in reminding abe apps absent late because now children at one have any at people to talk to you about all those events that nick loyd comeback on that that role of historians now given that all those who ford aw no longer with us what do you see the role of the historian now when it comes to telling the story of the first world war well i think it's very good question and i think that the role of a historian is ready to make sure the past it's still accessible to people when dinner agree on every aspect of the festival will that i think is really to impart the importance of this event in the twenty th century and everything that comes after verse were wars the great model tragedy at everything that we see our significant percentage of what happened subsequently in the 20th century a goal is horrors so to stem from that that great cataclysm in 1914 to 1918 so i think reminding people of of what can happen in certain circumstances is very important nick coaching yes i i suppose woke them interests me and looking is inside the um the modern perspective is this conflict that you alluded to between the political so of the united democratic representatives whether it was lloyd george or or or his or other or opposition colleagues and.

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