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"nikki eighties" Discussed on The Breaks
"So a couple of years ago meek was in prison For Probation Violation meakers famously bring on probation for majority of his adult life. is the whole special about it on Amazon prime which exit professional. Yeah Free Meek. When he first went to prison he was dating Nicki Menaj They subsequently broke up. They both moved on me. Allegedly having a child with his new girlfriend Nikki is dating a childhood friend so yesterday yesterday social media exploded because the pitcher emerged. Okay so nicky in her new boyfriend fiance husband onto what he is at this point enough petty. Yes I know his name for some day. They took a picture together and somebody photoshop. That picture of him and put it in a Jimmy. Jazz display window and make like the pitcher. I would like to to brush it. was I thought that was really a mannequin. In there I did too. I had to look closer. Like Oh snap him. Photoshop job I think like a Gossip site posted their meat. Liked it and Nikki off. Allegations were thrown heavy allegations allegations. Nikki accused of putting his hands on sister and spitting on her cues him of his mother and filming it and she also accused him of hitting her Jiechi nursing her Yeah so meek. Of course responded bringing up Nicki Menaj his brothers Was it rape conviction of that. Underage Child when he got twenty five life without life. You and it was just it was all bad and Obviously these don't like each other a couple of weeks ago they ran to each other that in La and It was all bad talking. Very finest atmosphere meek made the point that Nikki. The industry now is finding the Nikki's Nicky's really a bad person Nikki made a tweet saying in response to the allegations about her knowing about her brother being essentially Lia pedophile that mcnew that the accuser steak users mother sent a video to Nikki. Saying if you give me twenty million dollars I won't press. I won't proceed to try to get charges right. Get your brother. That tweet is gone when I saw that I thought to myself so we must get shafted. David dinners junior man. I love that twitter because I grew nine and I'm sitting stuff. He says he he without thinking he tweeted. He said so. What you're saying is you had that tape and did didn't give it to the defense or you so you don't have it in your lying and you're trying to fit your brother who's a pedophile? Either go I don't look good. There's no third option. That's your brother. Cool I get it I get it like angry tweeting. Yeah what a lot of women do. She posted the picture meeting. This bad ED built in words like everybody was like would you Dayton him and he was built like de so like you liked it at one point. It'll be mad. Don't come at Adam now about this about his looks like upset. Bre like shut out. You know we've talked about Nikki before and I'll I'll be honest with you. It really does bother me to see where she's at her career because Nikki is so talented and I listened to the Queen App not too long ago and I was like this is not a bad latte album. It wasn't a bad album. It just really got overshadowed by Oliver Antics. And all the bargaining issue did about not being number one and Travis doing what he was doing. And then all of the distractions. She's from Queen Radio if I was her labeled or PR. Until you get off radio. Because I think that her previous management Tez I think he just quit. They say he couldn't. I'm now I'm blobel the thing he just said like. I can't do this anymore. And I think it's best that you find somebody new management because I like that will tell you. I think I imagine it would take a toll dealing with someone like Nikki and all that she does in as emotional as she gig. 'cause a lot of the stuff that she Box On people who runs off here emotion like she didn't she doesn't say in think about a response anything like the girl who worked for cans civil. Yes she wait for Nikki. Line making the album every five almost forty. You know where we're going to get some adult music. And she went on her about that he had to do was just so. That will one person's opinion in the Nikki turned around at his interviews out of Regret Making Anaconda layers right. Yeah and so it was Peter Rosenberg and everybody everybody else who criticize you for making those relief poppies singing songs like you balked everybody without Even like sitting taking the time to sit down and analyze what was being said it. Just it just really sucks because Nikki road. Her wave without letting people really know she was and now that it's come out who she really is is turned a lot of people off. She just seems to be mean a million meaning mean-spirited then it seemed like she just wants to surround yourself with people who enabler. Don't mind it I definitely see that or people. Yeah people who don't mind donahue brush it off and let's just let's just Nikki Nikki. Yeah it's sad because like I don't think earned drake have a good relationship anymore. They direct with one point is like you know what it was cool in the beginning when I you know we were kind of coming up together but now it's like I don't have to deal with this anymore. Don't have to deal with you I think he's the only one who Kinda Kinda stupid but even when I don't they deal with Wayne is more like when I see you're cool to see a once a year. Yeah I think I think I think Nori asked. Ask the metal Drink chance podcast. I think Wayne's to my recollection. His answer was more so like you know. It's all still love you know. I'm always have love for for her. And Drake more like eight. Either one of them like whatever they got going on I got going on but I'm doing me like you say when I see him. It's all love. There's no there's no hate so I don't really think they leave the house like that so either interview. It didn't sound like he left the house or ordeal at home so he just he just like. Will you know it was fine. They'll say that they're saying they need to talk to him. So I I hate the fact that every time we do talk about Nikki eighties and a very negative light and like you said see where her career was to where she is now is rather say right like nobody ever had anything positive to say about you and like you said we're in. We're we're in a town where now everybody is really showing you their personality where they'd be Meghan whether it be The baby or Cardi or so on and so forth and I see who you are and your personality and people don't like it you can't. She can't handle that because I think in her head. She thinks that she's he's probably this sweet person that is just misunderstood. Know people say about because they just don't get me that we get we get it. We get it just just you know her attitude and personality something. We had to deal with an industry. Large had to deal with because it would be viable options right now. There's so many other African if you don't have to talk to you can talk to cash talking Megan Malato CD Girls Sweetie or the.
"nikki eighties" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Also be talking to one of my two guests photography. Christopher Roach about his new London show, devotion, and film opinion. Est. Catherine Bray is still with us. Let's head back to Hollywood. Now actress Anne Hathaway has stoned in the devil west product. She won an Oscar for her performance as phone teen in miserable. She played a scientist in interstellar and is currently appearing alongside rebel Wilson in comedy movie. The hustle. It's about two cone women in the south of France and Hathaway plays Josephine. Chesterfield a glamorous seductive British woman with a huge home and the necessary skills for defrauding gullible wealthy men revel. Wilson is penny rust a fun loving ustralian. He's not quite as count collected in coming thought. They put their differences aside and team up to swindle naive tech billionaire the BBC's Hugh Stevens asked an Hathaway if it was as much fun to make as it was to watch. It was so much fun. It was hard work. You don't films of even the ones that look fun are going to say they're grind because it's the most fun job in the world. But it is it is hard work. You gotta. Kind of downgrade up, but there are so many moments, and there's always like a moment in a scene where rebel would get a free take. And she would just kind of just go. I mean, he's so talented, and she's just got that thing where she can just pull comedy out of the air. And I'm usually here comedy involved, insulting me. So I I loved it for those who don't know the hustle, a remake of dirty rotten scoundrels, which I didn't know it was a remaking. I yes, do you study those originals before you go into a remake like this all at study? I call it have a really good time. Watching a great movie. Really? I wouldn't have wouldn't have been great. If that was just homework growing up watch this funny film. Yeah. No. I didn't. I didn't study it because I knew that while there would be similarities, it was gonna be on thing. But I just watched it just to enjoy it just because it's such especially the Michael Caine. Steve Martin version. It's such a classic itself. They did I'm still after our version, which I'm really proud of. I still don't know how they did it. I laughed out loud. So many times during the hustle. That's the way you say it. I like the word because you from New York safety struggling that New York is a place of of hustling, you're hustle in New York. I'm thinking about Jay Z. I'm thinking about your president all hustling the streets of New York for a long time and kind of made it to the top of they gain. What's New York like at the moment, and what's happening? On the road for. Sorry. But you know, what I actually wrote my two best friends after Dan, I said are flowers blooming yet. And they've been sending me pictures of like every flower, they come across. So as far as I know, New York's gorgeous and blooming, you know, I think it's like everywhere right now, which is everybody's doing their best keep their chin up. But I feel like circumstances aren't making it easier for any of us to do that. But we have each other. Yeah. I love that you stayed in New York as well you born and raised there, and you've made it your home. But I guess you do a lot of traveling with your work. So that Magna little was take you home. Oh, yeah. Yeah. My parents are based kind of you know, in and around New York and my husband's parents are same same deal. And I don't know I've tried to live other places, and I want her Tilda Swinton say this lovely thing about Scotland, she says, it's where I know which way the grass grows, and I guess for me, it's like, I know which way the garbage stench flows. But I just love it. I really really love it. It's you know, what everybody talks about the energy of it. It's just I still after all these years. Got a thrill every morning when you mentioned the stench that. Other things to love to just gonna stay there. You gotta make up your mind to love that. I read into the hustle and saying that you did it for the fun of it wanted to your point in your career now way, you can actually do what you want to. You can choose to do for the love of it. Sorry. It's I know I said that myself I'm gonna hear it said back to me. I just kind of wanna go sh no, no, no, no, no. Because so it's all going to kind of crumble and disappear. But but I did feel confident at this moment when it came across my path. I that I could just do it. Because I wanted to have a great time. And I wanted to put something fun out into the world. And I thought, you know, why is that any less valued or important than putting out something serious or thought provoking, or you know, soul-stirring or any of those we need fun. We need laughter and sometimes and if you can give high quality stupid, give high quality. You know, I'm proud of the high quality stupid high quality, Steve what a great phrase, Anne Hathaway, and the hustle will be on a screen you. You're listening to the town. I'm Nikki eighty film critic Kathryn Bri. What do you think the enduring appeal of the con artist is we've already said that you like Tom Ripley, Patricia Highsmith character who essentially. His comes on justified. Do you think he think we like can morally dubious count to what is it can you finger on it? It's a bit about that morality, and that's always fun in fiction, but I think the specific appeal of the con artist or of the heist in the hustle. It's that it involves brains. It's not about somebody busting their way into a Bank and popping of a gun. And it's it's a little bit more mischievous, and it might be very, very horrible. But that person has sort of had to earn it because they've got to be really intelligent to pull off a good corner. Good heist. It also makes it more open. I think Tim women than sort of really physical in traditionally anyway in film, it something that female colossus can pull off with as at three Plum, boys. Well, we just saw Steve mcqueen's widows do exactly that with a bunch of women. Didn't wait even though. Use the fact that they're women almost to hide implying sites the same as Anne Hathaway in oceans exactly the big list here, and you've just named to them ready. Christopher do you like a comb in terms of viewing film? I love them. Midnight run. One of my favorites. Actually, I found the hunter played by Robert deniro, very cynical guy. Picks up a guy on the run for white collar crime and the two of them spend, most of the film handcuffed together crossing the state's winding each other up because they're often also buddy movies, the hustle is. And I think but movies the characters were those two men or two women opportunity for the actress to reveal themselves and very comedic way, which they wouldn't otherwise we like an ill much, buddy. Definitely I mean, otherwise it would work if it was to people who were the lethal weapon franchise. They were funny, and it was very successful. But this thing is one of the classics. I don't have talked about importance to her of her city about growing and still living there, we've heard capon shit today to about her relationship with Australia and saying that, you know, you never really leave. Can you relate to that Christopher you travel overload? Really have a home city growing up. We moved around a bit on London's my home. Now. I love London. Another city spent a lotta time as in eastern bowl, which really energetic. Thriving city. It's I think one thing that is modern having common is that they have the old historic traditional and the the new contemporary that keep reinventing themselves. I think that's what makes I think those two cities special for me. You're listening to the found the VC World Service. Nikki Bedi, let me turn my full attention to you now for topography and filmmaker Christopher rich. So your new exhibition in London is cold devotion, and it explodes faith traditions from around the world from this monasteries into two churches in Ethiopia. There's a photo that this one really looks like a painting pilgrims at dawn. You also capture images at the burning cuts of India's abouts like Varanasi what used to be called Banaras, which is a very spiritual place for Hindus. And you've got a holy man of election. Great dreadlocks big orange tika. Another little Mark on his head on. He's actually in the river. Ganga looks like me to to bathe in the Ganges. And there's also the sufis accusers that world services of Chechnya before we go into any of the detail. Sailed places any favor would interest. You say much about capturing faith traditions is really for graphing people. It's not really the architecture and artifacts of religion photographing humanity, and I think through the prism of their spiritual beliefs and faith traditions. Everything's a bit more magnified. Searching for connection for meaning the hopes dreams and challenges Diaz commission of everybody that you take. If someone's some sees I'm going to take a photograph of them. I will raise my camera quizzically. Yes. Casually. Someone say no respect they'll say two hundred rupees. Yes. So how do you build that sort of trust with the subject? For example, you followed death in some sort of a more bit y when you were funerals in all consciously. Seen on YouTube video of all these men running around in this crazy way in chanting. And I took me about a year to find out where it was and it was in Chechnya. And so I took off Chechnya and discover that this press. Zucca frequently happens funerals. So I became a funeral trace on turn up with my step ladder and cameras and introduced to the bereaved and asked if I could take photographs and those insisted first thing I'd have to sit down at the family table in a meal, and then I could take photographs, but it was it is about being sensitive because he's a very private moments a lot of the traditions photographed, and for me, the joy of all is actually when making that connection with the subject of the federal when they see the IC the beauty in some way connections made. And I think they trust I'm sincere in what I'm doing. I like the image of turning the is coated, and it's it's a stunning procession of Tibetan monks. And the yellow hats swathed in burgundy the yellow, can you tell me more about that. Yes. It's the turn of the butter. So it's takes place during a fortnight in the heart of winter. The mon- land Chamo prayer festival. And the Buddha. They carry start the future Buddha, the maitre voter the Buddha. Who's yet to come? The statue of him around the village in order to prepare the way for his arrival just lucky without photograph because it was a narrow little footbridge crossing stream. So they will have to come in single file creating that lovely procession. We live in this increasingly globalized world in same many ways, our lots of the traditions that you filming dying out are you aware of that? Yes, they are. So without the value in some ways in taking these photographs capturing something that some of the threat. Oh, yeah. Know how much value that has? But has there they're all under threat?.
"nikki eighties" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Service right here on WNYC, AM, NFL, New York. Still to come on the outside with me. British actor Idris Elba tells us he's about to play a singing animal bit different from Luther stringer bell Mandela. Australian actress Margot Robie describes working with Quentin. Tarantino just the funnest that you've ever been on as music playing from the sixties. He's just so excited to be on a set and Oscar winning composer, Justin Hurwitz tells us about using a in on his school for I man, all that and more coming up on the arts our. BBC news with Stuart McIntosh. Britain's prime minister is facing defeat later in a parliamentary vote on her proposed terms for the country's departure from the European Union. The government's opponents argue the withdrawal deal is legally and constitutionally unsound and creates uncertainties that put Britain's future at risk. Is Moheb Ullah senior member of the Afghan Taliban has been detained in Pakistan, Taliban, sources described the move as an attempt to pressurise the militants amid efforts by the United States to bring the Afghan conflict to a close the foreign ministry in Canada has updated its advice for Canadian citizens traveling in China, urging them to exercise a high degree of caution. The warning comes after a Canadian man was sentenced to death on drug trafficking charges following the arrest of a senior Chinese telecoms executive in Vancouver judges at the international criminal quarter due to deliver their ruling today on an acquittal request from the former Ivory Coast. President Laura Bo charged with crimes against humanity. He's been in custody for seven years, the constitutional court in the Democratic Republic of Congo is set to hear an election complaint later from Multan Lou the runner-up in December's vote, but Royallieu is demanding a recount of the votes after. Arrival opposition Viggo Felix tissue. Katie was declared the winner the head of Japan's Olympic committee is he was questioned by French prosecutors last month, but as soon at Cowes zoo Takeda repeated his denial that there was anything improper about Tokyo's bid to host the twenty twenty summer Olympic Games. A Japanese court has rejected the latest request for bail for the former Nissan chief executive colors gone. He faces three charges of financial misconduct. And Iran's attempt to launch a satellite into orbit has failed. The country's telecommunications minister said the satellite didn't enter the earth orbit. BBC news. Welcome back to the arts are on the BBC World Service with me, Nikki eighty and if you've only just joined us, here's a.
"nikki eighties" Discussed on KGO 810
"Chip Franklin on K G O eight ten. All right. So Nikki you, and I were just talking about a breaking story Jim Acosta. Yeah. CNN CNN the guy who was can we get that sound in a minute. Jim Acosta was talking to President Trump early today, and we ready and this is what occurred listen up. Honestly, I think you should let me run the country you run CNN or if you did it. Well, your ratings. On on the Russian. Are you concerned that that you may have heard about anything with you? Because it's a hoax, are you? That's enough. Put down the mic. I'll tell you. What CNN should be ashamed of itself. Having you working for them? You are a rude. Terrible person. You shouldn't be working for CNN. Okay. So they denied his White House credentials today. He had to turn them over. They've revoked them, right? Which is not a story, and is a story or a couple of reasons, and I know Nikki feels strongly about this that you think that we did you guys in news should be less of the story than the story itself. I think that when you're a reporter out on a story once you insert yourself into the story, then then you're losing focus of the actual story. I understand how it happened. How Jim Acosta's fight with President Trump has in and of itself become news. But it's taking away from the actual news that I do believe Jim Acosta wants to cover. So it's kind of this gray area that we've led into for everybody listening Nikki's eighty years old just in case, you didn't know, she's an old crotchety news. I'm just saying. Typewriter? It's it's it's a way that we the fake news media when Jim Acosta who I do believe journalists when he starts to becoming the target of people that are Trump supporters. You lose sight of what he's trying to cover that's respect. But you're saying, and it's funny because over the years. From what I write five years before. I started doing talk radio. I started in ninety three they had the fairness doctrine. And a lot of people forget what the fairness doctrine is. I would not be allowed to do my show today with the fairness doctrine, which was in. I think in eighty seven. I have to go back and look at this. I know eighty seven is a pivotal year. But I think it actually was they passed a Bill in congress that got rid of it or the FCC said that no longer applies. But the fairness doctrine used to say that if I come out and said something about Duncan Hunter. Or that was bad that I would have to allow Duncan Hunter to come on the show to rebut. What I said personally, I would love that. Because I love to argue. And I you know, again, if you if you want to get on this show, the best ways generally to disagree with me. That said the idea that I'm not a journalist. I'm a talk show host. I don't have. I don't pretend to be neutral or how I do try to look at things from both sides. So I'm smarter. And I want to be on the right side of an issue. But this to me that's fascinating that again, I don't know what the reaction will be from CNN. Well, see Sarah Huckabee Sanders is tweeted basically that they're never going to tolerate a reporter placing his hands on a young woman. And if you look at the video all the internet is trying to do is take the mic because I think she was in charge of passing the everyone could hear the pool reporter can record the questions from the reporters. That's how it works. She was just doing job. She tried to grab it. He of was keeping it away from her. And then. You put her hand on the microphone. He pulled it out and their arms may have bumped Jim Mukasa did not it's on video put his hands on this enter she did not he did not Bill Clinton did. But he did not anyway. So. Anyway. So we find ourselves and just this bizarre. Again, another event, I mean this stuff. Is it should I remember? I remember nine eleven the morning nine eleven and my producer. Don, heirs we said to a dead Newsday. And then since then it's been over the top insane. I mean since that moment, I mean again. I've got to tell you. I am it's overwhelming to look at what this administration is doing to to erode the American faith in news and in journalism. I, you know, I wanna talk to kids today that are major in insurance. And there's more and more, you know, the the schools now major schools are expanding the journalism department's because kids want to major in it. I'm like, I'm sure their parents like going to make any money, right? But they want to learn they want to learn about how to write a story that is factual and the inverted pyramid. In other words, get all the don't bury the league if the lead up front. You know, what happened the four four w A four right before ws who what when why who wear what why five anyway? So the idea though, that that that they'd see a cost was somehow making himself a part of the story it only occurred because Trump made it happen. And so Trump wins Trump wins here. He makes it look like a cost something's wrong with the Kosta. And there's nothing wrong with him. I I don't know him personally. I think he's kind of a nerd about the news. And I think that was what played out here Brian Kerr who we had on the top of the show today actually gave his time up. So it cost to continue. I mean, he was supposed to get the Mike next. And he looked at any said you hold onto a Jim can keep going. He's I don't need one. Because Brian just yells out at Trump. I. I think journalism is is in danger because of the way Trump has put cynicism and disbelief into American's minds about the things they hear and see the comes across their television and radio, and that is might be the most dangerous thing he's ever done. All right. Coming up. We're going to speak to the poetry prize winning reporter from the Washington Post. She is. Correspondent and she writes about politics great stuff to she was actually in three different articles today in the Washington Post. But you also had one about the number of women record number of women headed for congress. What does that mean other than it's good for young women? I think that are thinking about doing something different with their lives to see succeed is your greater part of that picture to women respond differently to legislation and to ideas, of course, they do. And what could that mean moving forward? We'll talk about that. And a lot more your Keijo,.
"nikki eighties" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Well, yes. I mean, there's been favorites. Late Niro day mainly because a jury, this press point with Donald Trump. Nikki eighty name checked Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, and lavish praise on both these people. And that was notice that was given. Maybe the hint people is, is vodka Trump born de Jared. Kushner am in the ruining here as she spoke about Mr. Kushner as a hidden genius am saying that we're better as a country because they are in this administration. So that's, that's one reason why Vancouver Trump's name has come to the fore and Don Trump as you. You said there was offset this m just a few hours and he did say that he told the Ivanka his daughter will be terrific, would be incredible, but that he feared he would be accused of nepotism if he appointed her. Somebody else who seems to be in the running is the former deputy national security adviser Dina Powell. She is currently working Goldman Sachs in New York at so logistically that may work for her as she'll currently living in New York and would stay there. As she yourself. It is quite friendly with wits Nikki Haley. So there some of the names that have been bounded by also the current Basseterre to Germany. Ambush Trump was asked about Dina Powell again. They're in the few hours and he did not 'em. He said, she's in the running essentially so that there are some of the names that are being put out there at the moment. He said he's going to make a decision in the next week or two or said it could be sooner than that. John when she was giving rather all leaving speech with Donald Trump at aside, made the mind boggling. So many ways she she said, something that she the, I'll give it has a point. The United States is respected her husband spiked in the last couple of years. She says, we're going to do something. We follow it through this is this is what we do. What does she's like to? She's not. She certainly might have presence felt at the United Nations, but her departure and her successor, whoever it may be, where does that leave the United States on the world stage? Now, I think it's impossible to answer that question without knowing who succeeds a see. A very forceful personality people who work with her, say that the the, the very strident, vocal personality in public is actually just a watered down version of the vocal strident personality. If you get in private full of energy, very, very clever able to marshal facts. You know, you can agree or disagree with politics, but there's no doubting her intellect, she's going to be very difficult to follow. And to be honest, none of the people who have been Carney tipped to succeed. Her seemed to meet that kind of problem, not even banker season you. We mentioned at the beginning of this interview that this is not the end of Nikki Haley. She will be an, I think Donald Trump said she can have a have any job that she likes when she comes back. Which sounds auto by the second. What do you think are prospects? Are the words White House have been mentioned in the same sentence as her name? I think he's a serious candidate to become. President in the future, not in twenty twenty, but maybe maybe in future on. I think the key issue here is that she has managed somehow to a push the Trump agenda to be a part of the Trump administration that so offensive to to pretty much have to country here. And yes, a lot of Democrats across on anti-trump actually respect her unlike her. So she is managed to pull this off to be some kind of a centrist person, which of course is the holy grail of you as politics here is to get that candidate who could maybe win people over from the other side as well. I think Republicans are keeping close eye on her. I think she's definitely a presidential material may be vice presidential material maybe in the not not too distant future, but she set herself today. She's rude at twenty twenty. But after that, I think she could definitely be a contender on the line from Washington that was Suzanne Lynch. Thank you very much..
"nikki eighties" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Punk band Honeybunch channel, characters from the nineteen thirties they tell me why and there's the dream pop sounds of Yama washy their Japanese singer Yoshino she tells us. About the music that influences her really free. Stuff. And, also Africa music Africa mayor Vic and the rhythm all that and more coming up. On the, south backstage at with me Nikki eighty I'm Stewart MacIntosh with the BBC news Hello. Dozens of South Koreans have arrived in North Korea for a reunion, with family members they've not seen for more than sixty years the series of. Brief meetings he's the first for three years and reflect to. Thaw in relations between. The two careers the Eighty-nine South Koreans many of. Whom are now elderly and frail was separated from their relatives by the Korean war among those chosen for the, reunion, is, ninety, one year old Lee Graham soom who will meet her some for the first time since. Nineteen fifty This Linda Google I'm sure recognize him he. Was three when we were separated now seventy one I, want to ask him how are we lived through these years whether he was raised by a. New mother or whether his father raised him on his own new Venezuelan Bank. Notes to be issued later, as the government tries to track tackle an economic crisis the monetary authorities will in effect slash five. Zeros from Venezuela's ailing bolivar currency in. An? Effort to stem hyper inflation here's Katie what some critics say this overhaul is nothing. More than a facelift that fails to address. Venezuela's grave economic problems not. Only will the new sovereign bolivar shed five zeros but it will also be backed by, the petro crypto currency. That investors have called a sham this little understanding of how these changes will work in practice. Over the weekend people were both buying supplies unsure of what the, next few days would bring that confusion was compounded by an announcement last week That the minimum wage would be increased by more. Than three thousand. Percent greases ended a. Three-year euro zone bailout program which was. Designed, to help, it cope with fallout from a debt crisis the rescue fund known? As the Europeans ability mechanism has dispersed loans equivalent to more than seventy billion dollars to support the Greek government's efforts to reform the nation's troubled economy and recapitalize banks here's Russell Patmore Greece has, been through eight years of harsh austerity and received three bailouts with loans more than two hundred and sixty billion euro. About three hundred billion dollars from. Countries in the euro-zone and the IMF Athens is now free to borrow money from the. Financial markets with the blessing of its lenders and according, to Mario Santana chairman of the European stability mechanism Greece can stand on its own feet he. Thanked the Greek people for their cooperation and also said there will be no. More follow up rescue programs, for the first time since two thousand ten the technology giant apple has removed number of illegal apps From its app store in China following criticism from the country state media, that it was failing to adequately filter out band material Apple said it was acting to prevent gambling apps which are illegal in China from appearing in its store offers Chinese state media. Claimed at apple had pulled twenty five thousand APs of the nearly two million, dollars for but said that some loopholes still remained this is the world news from the BBC Shots have been fired at the United States embassy in the Turkish, capital Ankara media reports say bullets hit the window of a security guards but caused no casualties the assailants, fled the scene. And are being sought by police the attack comes at a time when tensions between Ankara and Washington of escalated in part over the. Trial of an American pastor detained in Turkey Flood, waters only slowly receding in the southern Indian state of Kerala. Where hundreds of thousands of people remain in relief camps at least two hundred people have been killed this report from your. Ghetto for the past twenty four hours there's been no rainfall in most parts of the state but it is taking time, for the water to recede because in some low lying areas it was so high that even tall coconut trees were submerged and that's why rescue is still working to pull out people who are stuck in these flooded, areas using. Boats and helicopters there is a greater focus now on supplying food medicines and other material to the hundreds of thousands living in relief camps stagnant water in countless. Parts of the, state, means, there is a great risk of diseases, breaking out a public. Inquiry opens today in Johannesburg into alleged corruption and misuse of. State funds by the former South African President Jacob Zuma Mr. Zuma is accused of grunting the tres a wealthy business family influence over government or Appointments contracts and state owned businesses, a former. Finance minister estimates that nearly seven billion dollars of public funds were looted through corrupt practices The Japanese Olympic committee has sent, four of its basketball players home? In. Disgrace after they were accused of using the services of prostitutes during the Asian Games in Jakarta the head of the Japanese delegation. Yes a hero Yamashita told a news. Conference that the athletes have, been spotted in a red, light district still wearing their team jerseys following their win over Canada on Thursday that's.