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"old bouteflika" Discussed on NPR News Now

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"old bouteflika" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news. I'm barbara klein. The chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark milley is meeting with his nato counterparts in greece. This weekend setting a path forward in afghanistan is high on the agenda now that us coalition forces have left and the taliban has seized control. The chairman of nato's military committee raw bauer says military forces the ultimate guarantor of allied freedom without a stall incredible military to becca up. Diplomacy will fail and while military action is always the lost resort sometimes. It is the only rational response. Millions urging allies to establish more base and intelligence sharing to keep terrorists from regrouping and setting up bases in afghanistan. President biden says diplomacy will drive. Us efforts there. France has recalled. Its ambassador from the us and australia. Npr's eleanor beardsley reports. It's the latest fallout from the defense alliance between the us uk and australia. That excludes france france says it was blindsided and feels betrayed by the uk us australian submarine agreement which effectively scuttled its own. Forty billion dollar submarine deal with australia. Domini moee z. An analyst with the montana institute says the french american relationship will recover. But what's happened. Maybe a fatal blow to nato may may not recover. Nature has been defeated in afghanistan. And know nato is no longer a club of countries that trust each other. In addition to recalling ambassadors france also cancelled a gala at its embassy in the us to celebrate the anniversary of a revolutionary war. Battle won by george washington fighting alongside the marquis. Lafayette eleanor beardsley npr. News paris the department of homeland security announced. Today it's immediately implementing a new comprehensive strategy to deal with thousands of haitian migrants who've massed in del rio texas jerry clayton of public radio reports the says within the next few days customs and border protection we'll be sending at least four hundred additional personnel. Cb is coordinating with agencies including immigrations and customs enforcement and the coast guard to move individuals to other processing locations. The amount of flights to remove immigrants to haiti and other destinations will be increased. Humanitarian aid will be increased and the administration will be working with several other countries including haiti. The biden administration has reiterated that the us border is not open and discouraged people from making the journey. The del rio port of entry has temporarily closed with traffic being rerouted fifty seven miles away to eagle pass. I'm jerry clayton in san antonio this is. Npr spacex says its first-ever ever civilian crewed capsule. that's been orbiting earth since wednesday is due to return to earth this evening inspiration for officials say they're planning for splashdown at seven. Oh six eastern time. They're seven potential splashdown sites off the florida coast. The us department of the interior says it will move headquarters for the bureau of land management back to washington dc mountain view west news bureaus maggie mullen reports bureau of land management headquarters was moved to colorado just last year. The trump administration said that it would put decision-makers closer to the land they manage but hundreds of beal employees either quit or retired. Now the department says it plans to have to headquarters and national one in dc where leaders will be close to budget and policy decisions and western one in grand junction. Where some senior staff will work at sheppard is with the public land's foundation hopefully all the employees and how they do this and it sounds like they intended you that a time line for the move was not provided for npr news. I'm maggie molin and shared in wyoming. Algeria's beginning a three day mourning period over the death of former president abdelaziz buddha florida. He was eighty four years. Old bouteflika's twenty year long rule was riddled with corruption. But he's being honored for his role in algeria's war for independence from france. I'm barbara klein npr news..

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Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Algeria’s Longest-Serving President, Dies at 84

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Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Algeria’s Longest-Serving President, Dies at 84

"Beginning a three day mourning period over the death of former president abdelaziz buddha florida. He was eighty four years. Old bouteflika's twenty year long rule was riddled with corruption. But he's being honored for his role in algeria's war for independence from france. I'm

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"old bouteflika" Discussed on NPR News Now

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04:38 min | 4 months ago

"old bouteflika" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news. I'm barbara klein. The department of homeland security says it's taking immediate steps to deal with thousands of haitian migrants awaiting processing in del rio texas they include deploying hundreds more border agents transferring some migrants to other processing locations and increasing removal flights. Out of the us. The pentagon is now calling a us drone strike in afghanistan last month tragic mistake. Npr's windsor. johnston reports top military officials had said the attack was in response to an imminent threat to the kabul airport where us troops were scrambling to evacuate americans in afghan allies. The military initially claimed the strike had prevented multiple suicide bombers from attacking the airport but after an investigation the pentagon says it miscalculated when it targeted vehicle deemed to be a threat at the time officials say the drone strike killed up to ten civilians including seven children not terrorists linked to the islamic state group. Npr's windsor johnston. France has recalled its ambassadors to the us in australia after australia struck a submarine deal with the us and the uk that abruptly ended a massive defense contract with france. Npr's eleanor beardsley reports. France signed a forty billion dollar deal with australia. Five years ago to build conventional submarines now. Australia has cancelled that deal. Having entered into a security pact with the us and uk that includes getting access to american and british technology to build nuclear powered submarines political analyst. Nico bashar own says. The french feel betrayed a feeling that friends. And maybe your whole besides the uk treated quite fully and taken for granted. She says the french are disappointed. By president biden whose administration in her words is turning out to be much like that of mr trump. Eleanor beardsley. Npr news paris. covert hospitalizations. Are beginning to ease in parts of the south but blake farmer of member station. Wpn reports intensive care units in the region are still dangerously full. The problem is that patients are sicker than they were doing previous surges. Even though they also tend to be younger they ended up spending weeks or even months in the hospital requiring. Lots of attention from icu. Nurses who are in short supply. Doctor harold narrow more is the chief medical officer at blunt. Memorial hospital in maryville tennessee and says bringing in staff from out of town is becoming harder and harder or do we find the people to give exper- tastes on level care. We all wanna provide and the challenges. That are very very frightening. Franklin roughly ninety percent of hospitalized cova patients in tennessee are unvaccinated for npr news. I'm blake farmer in nashville. This is npr police and national guard troops in washington. Dc are on standby today as supporters of those arrested in the january. Sixth capital insurrection. Begin a rally this hour fencing. Once again in circles the capital the national headquarters for the bureau of land management is moving back to washington dc after being based in a small city in colorado for more than a year as colorado public radio stena sieg reports the move reverses a trump administration decision many past and present beal employees say the headquarters moved west was employed a weaken the agency. Bob more former director for the blm in colorado says for the federal government doesn't work try to have headquarters of the national organization anywhere but washington dc is the widely denounced by national democratic lawmakers. Having the blm's top office in colorado did have bipartisan support in the state republican congresswoman loren. Bogert called the move back quote clearly. A partisan attack on rural communities from npr news. I'm stena sieg in grand junction. Algeria is beginning a three day mourning period over the death of former president abdelaziz beautifully. He was eighty four years. Old bouteflika's twenty year long rule was riddled with corruption. But he's being honored for his role in algeria's war for independence from france. I'm barbara klein npr news..

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