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Woman Shot Protesting Myanmar Military Takeover Dies

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00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Woman Shot Protesting Myanmar Military Takeover Dies

"Young woman shot by police during protests in me. Amar died Friday the first confirmed death among thousands of demonstrators defying the military government during protests against the February 1st coup. The U. S State Department is calling on the military and Myanmar to refrain from violence. I'm Nora Rahm NPR

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Authorities search for recorders of missing plane carrying 62 people

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00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Authorities search for recorders of missing plane carrying 62 people

"The search will resume tomorrow in waters off Indonesia. The data recorders of a jet that crashed yesterday. Authorities have pinpointed the area where the recorders are, but divers air waiting for weather conditions to improve. The plane had just taken off from Jakarta on a domestic flight when it lost contact with air traffic controllers and plunged into the job is C For 62 people on board. This was the first major air crash and Indonesia since 2018 went on plane went down also in the Java Sea, killing all 189 people on board. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news.

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

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"News is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Nora Rahm Senate majority there. Mitch McConnell is putting off a bill to raise the amount of covert relief checks previously approved. President. Trump at first objected to that package, saying $600 was too low he wants 2000 McConnell says he'll consider bringing that up is part of other trump objections. But he praised the president for reluctantly signing the bill. This bipartisan compromise was our shot at getting help to working families on the urgent timeline. If they need, But Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says it doesn't go far enough. The Senate should vote to raise the amount. I don't want to hear that we can't afford it. I don't want to hear that it would add too much to the deficit. Senate Republicans added nearly two trillion to the deficit to give corporations a massive tax cut. The House already has approved the higher amount. The defense bill is also still up in the air. The House voted to override the president's veto. The Senate could take that up today. McConnell is urging his party to override it is well in a rare break with the president. In Southern California. The corona virus pandemic is pushing the health care system to its limits. Matt Gillam of member station KCRW reports two counties are seeing the highest infection rates in the state, one in four people tested for the virus in San Bernadino County are getting a positive result. Neighboring Riverside County. The two week average positivity rate is just below that at 24.1%. According to the state so called equity Metric, which tracks the virus and disadvantaged communities. Both counties that make up the inland empire have above a 25% positivity rate, making them the top two in California. Area..

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04:31 min | 1 year ago

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"Live from NPR news. I'm Nora Rahm. The Senate will not consider a standalone bill passed by the House to increase pandemic relief checks from $600 to 2000. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he might allow consideration if a bill also addresses other objections to the pandemic relief package raised by President Trump. Stocks opened higher this morning as $600 pandemic relief payments began going out. NPR's start, Horsley reports, The Dow Jones industrial average rose more than 150 points in early trading. Stocks were mostly higher overnight in Europe and Asia. London's footsie index rose as authorities in the U. K granted the first emergency green light. Rickover 19 vaccine jointly developed by Oxford University and the pharmaceutical company, AstraZeneca. Stocks in the U. S. Slumped on Tuesday after a push to boost pandemic relief. Famous 2 $2000 hit a roadblock in the Senate GOP Senate leader Mitch McConnell has tried to saddle the larger payments with other provisions that have less support among Senate Democrats. Boeing shares gained altitude early yesterday but end of the day flat. The jet maker's 7 37 Max plane flew commercial passengers for the first time Tuesday after being grounded for more than a year and a half. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington 41 year old congressman elect to Luke let low of Louisiana has died of covert 19 just days before he was scheduled to be sworn in in Washington. From member station W. O R K F Paul Braun has more but low or Republican first announced you tested positive for covert 19 on December 18th less than two weeks after winning his congressional seat in a runoff election. One day after announcing this diagnosis let Lowe was admitted to a regional hospital in Monroe, Louisiana. He was later transferred to caution her Ellis you health in Shreveport for more advanced care. He died there Tuesday. 41 year old is survived by his wife and two young Children. But low began his career in politics working for former Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal. He won the December 5th runoff in Louisiana and was set to take office in January. For NPR News. I'm Paul Braun in Baton Rouge after a marathon session. Argentina approved a law early this morning to legalize elective abortion, becoming the first major Latin American country to do so. NPR's Philip Reeves has more until now, abortions only being committed in cases of rape or where the mothers the mother's life was seriously at risk. This new law makes abortion is legal in the 1st 14 weeks. Supporters of it say that tens of thousands of Argentine women and girls are hospitalized each year because of unsafe underground abortions that more than 3000 women have died in the last few decades. Because this They hope that this'll do a lot to help end that. NPR's Philip Reeves stock prices continue to climb the Dow is now up 160 points the S and P is up 16. This is NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Kate Wolf. San Francisco's top health officer, says the city is seeing a Cupid 19 surge that could be tied back to Thanksgiving. He is urging people to ring in the New year at home. Public Health director Dr Grant Colfax says it will give few weeks before the city sees the full health effects of people gathering for the holidays. I can't emphasize enough how catastrophic it will be. If people celebrate in ways that we normally do for New Year's Eve, I see you. Bed capacity in the Bay Area is around 10% and coronavirus cases and related hospitalizations are higher than they have ever been during the pandemic. The Alameda County Superior Court is again trying to change the way misdemeanor jury service works. The East Bay Times reports the court is proposing allowing potential jurors to be called tow any courthouse regardless of where they live. Critics say the change will place undue burdens on low income jurors who may have a tough time finding child care and transportation Supporters say it will increase diversity. Felony trials have worked this way for years, and during the pandemic, the misdemeanor trial change was implemented. The proposal would make that permanent. The court system has tried and failed to make the change twice in the last two years. In sports pro hoops The Warriors beat the Pistons once 16 to 1 of six. College football. San Jose State is hosting a virtual Pepe rally today for their undefeated football team. 19th ranked Mountain West champions..

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KCRW

02:23 min | 1 year ago

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"Choir sing through masks at the Church of the native itty. Just a few dozen sat in the pews and empty chair was set out for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. Who did not attend due to the pandemic. The top Roman Catholic official in the Mideast Pierre Batista, pizza Bala, recovered from covert 19 a few days ago. He spoke everyone feels darkened, Tired, exhausted, even oppressed. For too long under the heavy burden of this pandemic, he said. Even those who govern us are groping in the dark. Palestinian authorities air limiting visitors to Bethlehem and Israel is headed to a third nationwide lockdown. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem This is NPR news. Intensive care units in California are being overwhelmed by a surgeon coronavirus cases. The state passed two million cases yesterday, becoming the first in the nation to do so. Health officials warn the situation may get worse if people failed to heed warnings not to travel or gather over the holidays. Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker says he'll sign a sweeping criminal justice bill that includes some of the first statewide restrictions on facial recognition. NPR's Emma peacefully reports. The bill places a moratorium on police using their own facial recognition technology. Any officer that wants to use the data now needs a court order or written approval from the D. M V. The state police or the FBI. It's a compromise for the Massachusetts Legislature. The original bill would have been the first statewide ban in the country, but the state's Republican governor said he would feed out any bill that included a ban. That drew pushback, including an op ed in The Boston Globe from players on the Celtics, who said the technology would quote supercharge racist policing. California is one of the only other places with statewide restrictions. It bans the use of facial recognition in police body cameras. Emma Peasley NPR news Broadway producer, Roger Berlin to die last week at his home in Manhattan of cardiac arrest. He had a successful career on Wall Street until he quit after a family tragedy and turned to the theater, where he had a string of hits The book of Mormon and Guys and Dolls. He won 25 Tony Awards. Roger Berlind was 90. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. Support.

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90.3 KAZU

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"nora rahm" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Additionally, all college students in the state will be required to get tested for covert 19 each week for NPR news. I'm Sonia Hudson in Salt Lake City. Tropical Storm ADA is lashing parts of southeastern Florida with heavy rain and life threatening flash floods. The area is already drenched from more than 14 inches of rain last month. It caused widespread destruction last week when it's strep through Mexico, said dozens of people were killed. This is NPR news. Riot place in Thailand used water cannon yesterday against pro democracy demonstrators in Bangkok. We're trying to reach the grand palace to deliver letters about their grievances to the king. Protests began in July. They want the prime minister to step down the monarchy to be reformed and the constitution changed to allow more democracy Protestors dis first after being allowed to leave their letters. Iranian Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif is calling on his country's Arab neighbors to embrace dialogue as the only way to end tensions and differences. Tensions between the U. S and Iran have reached a new high under Trump's residency. Baby See, Sebastian Usher has more. Javad Zarif has written his appeal to Iran's hostile Arab neighbors in Arabic. He tells them that President Trump is gone, and it's time to realize that betting on foreigners does not bring security. And only cooperation can achieve the common interests of the region. The Iranian foreign ministers tweet is partly aimed at the new U. S administration. Biden was after all vice president under Barack Obama, who sealed the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. He was one of Mr Obama's proudest foreign policy achievements. And as such swiftly trashed by his successor, the BBC Sebastian Usher, Ah village in southern India population 350 celebrated with singing, dancing and firecrackers yesterday. The news that Kamala Harris will become the next vice president of the U. S. It's the hometown of her grandfather. Harris was the daughter of an Indian mother and a Jamaican father. I am Nora Rahm, and this is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from the Public Welfare Foundation committed to advancing a transformative reproach to justice that is community led, restorative.

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KQED Radio

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"nora rahm" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Did. That try Bill was a disgrace. Trump is scheduled to more rallies in Michigan, including an event in Grand Rapids that was the site of his final campaign stop in 2016. For NPR News. I'm Quinn Klinefelter in Detroit. Later at a rally in Florida, the president suggested he may fire Dr Anthony found the nation's top infectious disease expert. After the crowd shouted Fire! Fauci! Trump said. Don't tell anybody but let me wait until a little bit after the election found she had told the Washington Post last week the U. S could not possibly the position more poorly. To deal with rising cases of the Corona virus. Political experts say voters shouldn't expect to know the results of the election by tomorrow night. Because of the pandemic. Many more people are voting by mail this year. President Trump says that votes counted after the polls closed. Maybe fraudulent. NPR is Dominican, Montanari says. That's not true. He's baseless. Lee casting doubt on the election on Democrats have been running up the score with early voting, and Republicans know this. Many states can't start counting those mail in votes. Until election Day itself and places like Pennsylvania that aren't used to this volume of mail in votes are likely to be taking a while to do this. It could be days until they get all of the votes counted. There's nothing nefarious about that. You know, that's how this works. NPR's Dominican Montanaro, You're listening to NPR news. The Texas Supreme Court yesterday rejected a request from Republicans to throw out nearly 127,000 ballots that had been cast a drive thru locations in the Houston area. A federal judge is holding a hearing today on a similar case brought by the same plaintiffs. We say the drive thru voting violates Texas law. Five European countries are now in their second lockdowns and others have heavy restrictions in place to slow a rapid rise and infections and deaths from the Corona virus. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports France, Ireland, Belgium and Austria are in lock down. Britain will begin a months long confinement on Thursday. Germany has closed all bars and restaurants. Spain has a nationwide curfew and Italy is banning travel between regions. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the virus was spreading even faster than the reasonable worst case scenario. Scientific advisors provided French Health Minister Olivier Very Hall said that Christmas would not be a normal holiday this year. Anger and exasperation over new restrictions led to protests and violence over the weekend in several Spanish in Italian cities. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS Rescue workers in the Turkish city of his mayor continue to search for people trapped in rubble after Friday's earthquake on girl was rescued alive today and a seven year old man was brought out yesterday. The quake hit Turkey's a Jan coast and Greek islands, toppling buildings and triggering tsunamis. At least 81 people died. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news..

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03:26 min | 1 year ago

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"Limiting ballot collection locations to one per county, the matter will continue to be litigated. Both sides have until Monday to file their responses. Health officials in Charlotte, North Carolina, say at least three people have died and more than 120. Others have become infected with Corona virus following a weeklong church event. Nikola Canal from member station WFSB reports The church has been ordered to hold future gatherings. The cases reportedly stem from convocation events at United House of Prayer held the week of October 4th. Worth 1000 people are believed to have attended despite local bands on large gatherings. Mecklenburg County Health director Give me Harris says The church is not cooperating with contact tracing and refuses to cancel the weeklong revival set to begin Sunday. Paris is issuing an abatement of imminent hazard, which bans church gatherings for two weeks. I do not take this authority lightly. I have been in public health for over 30 years. This is the third abatement that I had ever issued. Harris says She may also pursue a restraining order if the church does not comply. For NPR news. I'm Nick. Delicate AL in Charlotte. This is NPR news. Officials in southwest Cameroon say gunmen stormed into a school Saturday and started firing. At least four students were killed. There's no word yet on the motivation for the attack. Since 2017 there has been fighting between the army and groups seeking to form a breakaway state in the West. Relations between France and Turkey are growing more tense over last week's beheading of a French school teacher by a radical Islamists in the suburbs of Paris. NPR's Eleanora Beardsley reports Turkish president racing tie of Erdogan Says his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron should have his head examined for the way he treats his Muslim citizens. In a speech Saturday, Erdogan said a head of state who treats millions of members of a religious community differently should get a mental checkup. Elyse Palace responded immediately, calling it unacceptable that the Turkish president questioned the mental health of Macron. Over his attitude toward French Muslims. France has closed one mosque and is cracking down on Islamist radicals following the murder of a French school teacher by a Chechen refugee who was angry that he showed caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed in his class on freedom of speech. The French presidency also pointed out that Turkey is one of the few nations not to send condolences after the teachers killing Macron accused Turkey of sending jihadist mercenaries from Syria to fight for Azerbaijan. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS A search is underway for three crew members of a Russian oil tanker. It exploded in the sea of Azov Saturday. The ship was on domestic trip in Russia, officials say it appears the tanker is not leaking any fuel. I'm Nora RAHM NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Ecmc Foundation, working to improve postsecondary educational outcomes for underserved students through evidence based innovation. Learn Mohr CMC foundation dot or GE and Americans for the Arts. From PR. This's the moth radio hour..

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"nora rahm" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In timber stands. Heavy bug kill heavy fuels, and that In that area. We saw significant growth pretty much up to the county line eyes. The fire moved. North Primary fire spread being to these hundreds of people have been told to leave their homes. Farther north, the Cameron peat fire continues to burn. Is the largest wildfire in state history. You're listening to NPR news. A U. S Navy plane on a training mission crash in a residential neighborhood in Alabama Friday. Officials say both crew members were killed, but no one on the ground was hurt. Members of the U. S. Congress say Mexico is violating the spirit of the trade agreement recently enacted between the two countries and Canada. NPR's carry con reports six U. S. Senators, along with 37 members of the House and a letter to President Trump complaining about Mexico's current energy practices. The lawmakers say President Anders Manuel Lopez overlord is giving preferential treatment to Mexico's oil company PEM IX and the state Electric utility. In his first two years in office, Lopez Obrador's tried to block green energy power projects, including those financed by foreign investors. Environmentalists have filed multiple suits against the government. The U. S. Lawmakers say Mexico is unfairly delaying and canceling permits for US cos. Undermining the recently enacted trade pact. Mexico's Foreign Ministry did not respond to requests for comment. Carry Con NPR NEWS Mexico CITY The European Union voted Friday to allow restaurants and stores to sell plant based products such as veggie burgers and soy steaks and use such names. The largest farmer's association in Europe sort of van Saying marketing meat substitutes with meat names would mislead consumers the YOU accepted the opposite argument that said consumers are not confused and allowing the sales would promote a more plant based diet was in line with efforts to fight global warming. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Abe and Ida Cooper Foundation Commemorating Fred Cooper by supporting public radio programming that highlights issues including diversity, racism, equality, anti Semitism and sexism. And the N E. E. Casey Foundation. This's all of it on WNYC cm. Alison Stewart. Thank.

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90.3 KAZU

02:30 min | 1 year ago

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"And the tracing part is so important because communities of color had been disproportionately affected by this, Pelosi said. Although she's hopeful a breakthrough is forthcoming, ultimately quote it depends on the administration. Barbara Sprint. NPR NEWS The number of new cases of the Corona virus continues to rise in the U. S, especially in the Midwest. Hospitalizations air rising to record levels. Other countries are also experiencing a surgeon infections. NPR's Jane Arraf reports from northern Iraq there No Countrywide lockdowns Iraq as one of the highest infection rates in the region, and if you go around a little bit, you can see why there's very little social distancing there. Very few people wearing masks, hugging and kissing are still very much the done thing. NPR's Jane Arraf, This's NPR news. Anti government activists marched the Straits of Mince the capital of Belarus Sunday. Tens of thousands of people demonstrated despite a threat by officials to use firearms against protesters there, demanding that President Alexander Lukashenko resigned. After 26 years in office. They claim his reelection in August was rigged. It was another day of protest Sunday in Thailand, Protesters committed continuing efforts to get the military backed government to step down. Michael Sullivan reports Sunday marked the fifth straight day of protests by thousands of pro democracy demonstrators. Despite a government ban on Thursday that prohibits them. The largest crowds on Sunday were at victory Monument and the ASAC interception in the heart of the city, even as authorities stopped public transportation. In an effort to keep people from attending the rally spread on Sunday to at least 18 other locations around the country. The weekend protests were peaceful, and police made no attempt to intervene as they had on Friday. When they used water cannon to disperse a large crowd at the pop him one intersection. Human rights groups say at least 80 people, including many of the protest leaders have been arrested so far. For NPR News. I'm Michael Sullivan in Bangkok. Negotiators for Britain and the European Union meet again in London Monday in an effort to negotiate Britain's exit from the European Union. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said there is no point in continuing talks and it's time for Britain to prepare for a no deal exit when current agreements expire at the end of the year. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news..

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90.3 KAZU

02:00 min | 1 year ago

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"End of a separatist war in 1990 for the current fighting began September 27th. Hundreds of people have been killed since then. The world has just experienced. It's warmer September on record. NPR is Nathan Rot reports It keeps 2020 on track to be one of the hottest years ever recorded. September was a month marked by massive wildfires and rapidly developing hurricanes in the US To natural phenomenon that are being made Mork common and more intense by rising temperatures, but warmer than normal temperatures were not just recorded here. Europe had its hottest September on record. Australia and South America, the second hottest The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has been tracking global temperatures for 141 years, and the 10 warmest September's in that time span have all been recorded since 2005. Aside, among many that human caused climate change is not just in the future. It's here. Nathan Rot. NPR NEWS. A Russian spacecraft arrived at the international space station today. It was carrying a US astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts for launching site in Kazakhstan. The mission is the last Russian spacecraft to carry US crew member as the US revives its own launched capability. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Wallace Foundation, working to develop and share practices that can improve learning and enrichment for young people and the vitality of the arts for everyone. Ideas and information at Wallace foundation dot or GE. Good afternoon. It's great to be with you. For all things considered on 90.3 K C. You and Casey you dot or GE? I'm Mary Jane Peter's support. Verghese. You comes from teen kitchen project celebrating their eighth year with an online.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

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"Capital, is located. Some of the ballots listed an incorrect congressional race while others were sent to voters in a different precinct. Major league Baseball is mourning the death of a legendary player Hall of Fame pitcher Whitey Ford has died at the age of 91. He was a key member of the dominant New York Yankees of the 19 fifties and sixties. NPR's Tom Goldman reports. Whitey Ford was born in New York City, and when he entered the Hall of Fame in 1970 for, he said, I've been a Yankees fan. Since I was five years old. He would grow up to be a Yankees hero, a crafty left handed pitcher about whom his famous teammate Mickey Mantle once said. If the World Series was on the line, and I could pick one pitcher to pitch the game. I choose Whitey Ford every time foreign was nicknamed the chairman of the board and his 10 wins, 94 strikeouts and 33 2 3rd straight scoreless innings pitched our World Series records. Ford benefited from being on dominant Yankees teams, he said late in his career, he's sometimes Dr baseballs with mud and dirt, but none of this dimmed. His legacy is one of the greatest pitchers in the game's history. Some Goldman NPR News The World Food Programme won the Nobel Priest Peace Prize today, The Norwegian Nobel Committee said the United Nations Organization is being recognized for its work to prevent the use of hunger as a weapon of war and conflict. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include American Jewish World Service supporting human rights advocates worldwide as they respond to cope in 19 and defend democracies learn more.

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02:23 min | 2 years ago

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"They face charges of conspiracy, wire fraud, money laundering and other crimes. The two Malaysian businessman also face a range of charges, including racketeering, conspiracy and money, laundry. They are accused of working with hackers to target video game companies in the U. S and elsewhere, Officials say Malaysian authorities arrested the men at the request of the U. S government, which is seeking their extradition. Ryan Lucas. NPR NEWS Washington Shahidi Cigar became Japan's new prime minister Wednesday, promising to continue the policies of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Who resigned for health reasons. After nearly eight years in office. This is NPR news. In Venezuela. The government of Nicolas Maduro is being accused of crimes against humanity. NPR's Philip Reeves reports the allegations following investigation by the United Nations Independent experts commissioned by the U. N. Human Rights Council examined more than 200 alleged abuses. Their report cites numerous forced disappearances, arbitrary detentions and extrajudicial killings by Venezuela's security forces enforcing Maduro's rule. The report accuses them of torture, using electric shocks and genital mutilation on of shooting people at point blank range, then covering that up by planting weapons. The experts conclude. Thes weren't isolated instance. But state policy They say President Maduro and his interior and defense ministers were aware of these crimes and even gave orders and supplied resources. Phillip Greaves NPR NEWS reddish NATO members of the Senate Intelligence Committee, say top intelligence officials Will resume briefings on foreign efforts to interfere with the upcoming presidential election. John Radcliffe, the director of National intelligence, had said he was suspending in person briefings and would do briefings only in writing because of concerns about leaks. Now Rod Close says the briefings will resume for intelligence committees in both the House and the Senate. But not for the entire Congress. Federal Reserve policymakers wrapped up a two day meeting in Washington Wednesday later, Fed chairman Jerome Palace suggested short term interest rates. Likely remain a zero for the next few years and possibly even longer. I'm Nora RAHM NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the estate.

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90.3 KAZU

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"nora rahm" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"They face charges of conspiracy, wire fraud, money laundering and other crimes. The two Malaysian businessman also face a range of charges, including racketeering, conspiracy and money, laundry. They are accused of working with hackers to target video game companies in the U. S and elsewhere, Officials say Malaysian authorities arrested the men at the request of the U. S government, which is seeking their extradition. Ryan Lucas. NPR NEWS Washington Shahidi Cigar became Japan's new prime minister Wednesday, promising to continue the policies of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Who resigned for health reasons. After nearly eight years in office. This is NPR news. In Venezuela. The government of Nicolas Maduro is being accused of crimes against humanity. NPR's Philip Reeves reports The allegations follow an investigation by the United Nations. Independent experts commissioned by the U. N Human Rights Council examined more than 200 alleged abuses. They report cites numerous forced disappearances, arbitrary detentions and extrajudicial killings by Venezuela's security forces enforcing Maduro's rule. The report accuses them of torture, using electric shocks and genital mutilation on of shooting people at point blank range, then covering that up by planting weapons. Thie experts conclude. Thes weren't isolated instance. But state policy They say President Maduro and his interior and defense ministers were aware of these crimes and even gave orders and supplied resources. Phillip Greaves NPR NEWS reddish NATO members of the Senate Intelligence Committee, say top intelligence officials Will resume briefings on foreign efforts to interfere with the upcoming presidential election. John Radcliffe, the director of National intelligence, had said he was suspending in person briefings and would do briefings only in writing because of concerns about leaks. Now Rat Close says the briefings will resume for intelligence committees in both the House and the Senate. But not for the entire Congress. Federal Reserve policymakers wrapped up a two day meeting in Washington Wednesday later, Fed chairman Jerome Palace suggested short term interest rates. Likely remain a zero for the next few years and possibly even longer. I'm Nora RAHM NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the estate.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

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"A vaccine is unlikely become widely available until next spring or summer. The president says he's confused. This is NPR. 81 schools have been closed in France do to outbreaks of Cove in 19, NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports, the number of people being treated in intensive care in France Rose. There are now more than 800 people in I C U for covert 19 across France. Speaking from the tour to Francois President, Emmanuel Macron said the viruses circulating quicker and quicker in certain parts of the country and that it is here to stay for months, Macron said people must obey health rules to protect lives. Ahead of the Geneva based World Health Organization said Europe is at a crucial moment as the virus circulates and people are beginning to come back indoors in the fall. Michael Ryan said the continent must take tough measures to protect the vulnerable and keep the young in school. Eleanor BEARDS Lee NPR NEWS PARIS The Justice Department says it's charged five Chinese citizens With hacking into the computer systems of more than 100 companies and organizations in the U. S and abroad, including computer manufacturers, social media companies. Universities and think tanks to Malaysian businessman were also charged. The Justice Department did not say the Chinese were working on behalf of the government, but suggest that the government was turning a blind eye to the cyber espionage. Beijing has reportedly denied any such involvement. The Commerce Department says retail sales rose 6/10 of 1% last month, the fourth consecutive month of growth in that number, but lower than July. The report followed data the labor market is losing ground. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations..

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03:03 min | 2 years ago

"nora rahm" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With something you have to act immediate consciously no. That what you're about to do is likely to cost you your life. President. Trump had visited that site earlier in the day, he said, no matter the threat, no matter the odds, America will always rise up. Stand tall and fight back. An army sergeant Major was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor at a White House ceremony today. NPR's Brian Naylor reports Thomas Paine helped rescue 70 captives in Iraq in 2015 pain operating alongside Kurdish soldiers led an attack on an Islamic state prison under fire. His team used bolt cutters to snap the lock on a prison cell to free 30 prisoners. Pain, then went back inside as the building was collapsing and led dozens more to their safety. President Trump's as paying embodies American valor We stand in all of your heroic, daring and gallant deeds you truly went above and beyond the call of duty to earn our nation's highest military honor. Pain, enlisted in the Army months after the 9 11 attacks and has served 17 deployments. To Iraq, Afghanistan and Africa. Brian Naylor NPR NEWS This is NPR news. A section of concrete collapsed in a parking deck under construction in Atlanta today, officials say At least six workers were hurt. One of them was trapped under rubble for a time. And had to be lowered more than nine stories to the ground with a construction crane. According to Syrian state media. Syrian air defenses intercepted several Israeli missiles targeting the eastern countryside of Aleppo early this morning. Not a Hamzi has more. No casualties were reported, and state news said serious air defences had thwarted most of the missiles. London based Monitor. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says the Israeli missiles targeted a munitions factory and military base containing pro Iranian militias. The attack is the latest in a serious of Israeli strikes targeting military sites in Syria, according to state media, Although it rarely admits to operations in Syria. Israeli defense officials have said in recent months they would step up attacks on Iranian and Iranian backed forces in the country. Israel has said it will not tolerate Iran establishing positions in neighbouring Syria. For NPR news. I'm Nada Homsi, invaded by rain agreed today to establish diplomatic relations with Israel, becoming the latest Arab nation to do so. President. Trump made the announcement, saying he believes other countries will follow. Last month, the United Arab Emirates agreed to normalize ties with Israel under a U. S broker deal scheduled to be signed at the White House on Tuesday. Both decisions have dismayed Palestinian leaders. They say Arab nations should withhold recognition until they've secured an independent state. I'm Nora RAHM NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include.

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"nora rahm" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"nora rahm" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Expected to make landfall in Texas or Louisiana in the next few days. This follows Tropical Storm Marco, which made landfall in Louisiana yesterday, but has since been downgraded to a depression. An NFL officials says it's been a tremendous learning opportunity for the league as a dealt with a rash of false positive grown a virus test results this past weekend 11 teams were affected by the incorrect results. Dude a laboratory contamination. NPR's Tom Goldman reports 77 positive test results on 11 teams jolt in the league and for some clubs to alter training camp schedules, according to the testing company Bio reference. Further analysis showed all 77 most likely were false positives caused by an isolated contamination in its New Jersey lab. The NFL on NFL Players union are using the incident to examine their covert 19 protocols, the league's chief medical officer, Dr Allen Sills, notes. So far there hasn't been a major outbreak on any NFL team. I do think that we should acknowledge that our clubs have done a terrific job at following our protocols, and I think our protocols are working, but new challenges await when games and travel start next month. Tom Goldman NPR News in basketball, The Philadelphia 76 ers fired head coach of Britain around after seven seasons. The Sixers were 43 30 this season and we're swept by the Boston Celtics in the first round of the N B a playoffs. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Hub spot whose enterprise CR Rim platform is designed to help marketing sales and customer service teams generate leads gross sales and.

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"nora rahm" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"nora rahm" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Main challengers, Nazca fled to neighboring Lithuania. She hopes the president will do the right thing. Our president always says that he loves his country that he lost his people and if it is so so he has to do his best to stop this prizes. She says. The protest will continue. This is NPR. South Korea tightened restrictions nationwide in order to combat a new wave of Corona virus infections. NPR's Anthony Koon reports from Seoul. The country saw 332 cases Saturday. The highest number in five months. South Korea took tightened restrictions in the capital this week and applied them nationwide on Saturday. The restrictions include a ban on gatherings of more than 50 people indoors and 100 outdoors. On Friday, police raided the headquarters of the sun on Jae Yul Church in order to seize lists of members who constitute the largest cluster of infections in this wave. South Korea has been widely praised for controlling the virus through aggressive testing and contact tracing. But like other countries, the government has been constrained by concerns about the economy. In a population weary of social distancing. Anthony Kun. NPR NEWS SOUL, The White House says President Trump plans to hold a news conference Sunday at 6 P.m. Eastern time. Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says the president will announce a major therapeutic breakthrough on the Corona virus, She says the secretary of health and Human Services and the head of the Food and Drug Administration will also be there. Some users of the wee chat APP are suing President Trump over his executive order regarding the Chinese owners of we Chat and Tic Tac. The president has said he'll ban the use of the ABS and the U. S because they threaten national security. The Chinese government could obtain information on users. Ah lawsuit filed in San Francisco claims such a ban would violate the constitutional rights of users in the U. S. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations..

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"nora rahm" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"nora rahm" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News. I'm Martha Be bigger in Boston. This is NPR news. Authorities in southern Japan or asking more than 75,000 people to leave their homes after heavy rain triggered floods and mudslides. At least 12 people have died. Several people are missing. Tens of thousands of soldiers are being used to help and rescue efforts. The heavy rain is likely to last through the weekend and more mudslides or possible because of the saturated ground. NASA's Juno spacecraft is heading for its 28th close encounter with the planet Jupiter later this month. As NPR's Joe Palka reports, the probe continues to explore new features on the giant gas planet. Juno arrived at Jupiter four years ago, It went into an elongated orbit, plunging fairly close to the planet's cloud tops for a few hours. Before swinging far out into space for weeks. Keeping the close encounters short is essential because of the harsh radiation environment close to the planet. Recently, Juno has been exploring an enormous storm that just appeared on Jupiter and amateur astronomer here on Earth was the first to spot the storm. The probe has also been making in depth studies of the famous red spot and even bigger storm. Juno's main mission is to map Jupiter's gravity field, something that will take another year to complete. Joe Palka. NPR NEWS, The private satellite launch firm Rocket lab is trying to figure out what went wrong with the mission yesterday. It's wrong, had successfully lifted off from New Zealand but was unable to reach orbit and lost its payload of seven small satellites. Rocket lab had planned to make monthly launches for the rest of the year and into 2021. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Artist Foundation dedicated to the idea that people can live in harmony with one another and the natural world. Learn more about our kiss and its partners at artist foundation dot or GE. And the listeners who support this NPR station six minutes after one I'm Michael State in the South Bay. There is a brushfire burning and Cal fire says This is a 40 acres worth of a fire. It's off of east on road near Anderson Lake in Santa Clara County. Again,.

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