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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Is John. How often does that happen in Pakistan that they just call off court for that day? Well, I think in this particular case, this is interesting. This's a bit a typical. This's not a normal for the Islam. But high court just cancel all cases because the chief justice Currently has suddenly become unwell. It is common for the Pakistan People's Party to engage in deferred deflect techniques on to delay things as much as possible. So then it seems like it seems like the cover up began with back when when this was reported to the State Department under Hillary Clinton and the Joe Biden administration. But at the same time while they was shaking down countries for kickbacks and all kinds of corruption, they want to push this under the rug. Absolutely, and this ties into the Carrie Lou gerbil. And when I spoke about this yesterday with Bernie said Carrie Lou gerbil was something that is key in her case because I pointed it out yesterday. At this point right now carry lumber built between provided $1.5 billion to Pakistan infused from us. We were giving Pakistani in government $1.5 billion under the 2000 and 10 in 2014. Now bin Laden was practically shaking out in 2011. So after giving them $1.5 billion after year one. Then they gave us up where bin Laden That's my theory. When she went to report this case to the U. S embassy, they told her to be quiet. She was raped in the same month that he was taken out 29 days removed. But at the time, the Pakistani in relationship with the U. S was critical and Cynthia out was just not something that they were willing to fight for. Cynthia. It sounds like the U. S government was kind of playing nice with the Pakistani government for intelligence. I've been laden and they couldn't come out right after that, and start reporting a rape against the interior minister, So this was really covered up for political reasons. Wasn't I believe cell? I'm in T concisely. I believe I became inconvenient Political truth. I was just in the wrong place at the wrong time and the interior minister was one of the key people in the Pakistan People's Party. That allowed the Obama Fighting administration and Hillary Clinton's safer play. State Department basically wrecked havoc in Pakistan. Then I know you've been digging into, you know, sexual abuse, rape all kinds of different, really serious woman's issue on a shelf for quite some time eyes, probably difficult with your insider status in Hollywood and stuff. To come out and call out the Bidens and the left. Why are you so committed to this? I mean, we should all be committed to Americans being safe abroad. But what really got you involved in this? She's an American citizen in Pakistan, fighting for her right to be able to tell her story and she went to our embassy, and they didn't help her. That for me was a huge, huge issue is an American citizen. Who else can you go to, if not your embassy and they dropped the ball on her story is covered up in Pakistan. Imagine how many other women who don't have the rights that American citizens have the same rights that we do? How many women on the ground in Islamabad? How many of those rights are not existed? Most women in Islamabad not they do not have. So I got interested because Cynthia Laurie is very unique. And she is the voice currently because once the high court in Pakistan grant CERT F I r report, the rest is history. And he knows this. So Cynthia. In a really strange turn of events, it could turn out of the court acts properly. Here. You could actually be a symbol for a woman's rights movement in Pakistan and maybe across borders to other women who writes like in India. If it happens, it happens. John. Frankly, I've been fighting corrupt media Big Jim wooded diplomats for over 10 years here in Pakistan. I've been watching American politics mostly remotely from from Kistane, and to be quite office. I'm a registered independent the previous election. I was hoping Bernie Sanders would take it. I wanted to see a woman office but not Hillary Clinton because I was here when she flew over. During her state Department days. In my opinion, one of the most corrupt individuals on justa shame from me is a woman and then you know I wasn't a huge fan of Donald Trump. But I wanted someone who was a non politician in office that could help sort of clean up the mess and shake things up. And then I wondered, is my own government just being complacent or are they actually So let me ask you this. You were an independent. You were Bernie Sanders fan. You want huge trump fan, but something about his outsider status. And now his commitment to law and order makes you think that he is a great choice for you. What do you say to Donald Trump on the administration about what happened to you on the Hilary and the Bidens and Obama's I would say, Listen, President Trump from abroad on the other side of the world. I literally can identify with you regarding the liberal media Faith news. I have been subjected to faith News. The space women's movement. The Women's movement, also known as the Got much here in Pakistan will not support you unless you are politically convenient unless you subscribe to their narrative, and I refused to do so. Because I Pakistan has enough Problems of its own. But frankly, it's one that it is the only regional true ally that needs to be treated like an ally by the U. S government, and the U. S government needs to investigate what the return on investment is the President Trump is a businessman. What was the R ally? What was the cost benefit analysis for this Carrie Liver bill that happened during the CPS administration. And what has the American taxpayer gain from this? So you should request an audit of the beneficiaries of that bill because I promise you it was going straight into the party. And let's make a note here that Molik was PPP part. It was the former interior minister that was accepting money from Hillary Bombshell stuff, Cynthia God bless you and your gods feed God stay with you. Hopefully and please report back to us As soon as the court decides to open again, and You speak about your case? Thank you. And I just want to say quick. Thank you, Teo Ahmed Raza, Missouri and Iman froze and associates, my legal team who know PPP from the inside out. They have stuck without stuck with me throughout this entire summer of terror on I just want to thank them for sticking by me and helping me to convey my truth. All right. Cynthia Ricci from Pakistan's and Sam's from New York. Thank you both very much. You guys stick right there. We're gonna kick Do you use Viagra or Cialis? 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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:04 min | 2 d ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Was supposed to be a critical decision at the Islamabad High Court. But the chief justice interestingly enough, called an unavailable in all cases were canceled today. Cynthia, this is John. How often does that happen in Pakistan that they just call off court for that day? Well, I think in this particular case, this is interesting. This's a bit a typical. This's not normal for the Islamabad High court to just cancel all cases because the chief justice apparently has suddenly become unwell. It is common for the Pakistan People's Party to engage and deferred deflect techniques and to delay things as much as possible. So then it seems like it seems like the cover up began way back when when this was reported to the State Department under Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden administration, But at the same time while they was shaking down countries for kickbacks and all kinds of corruption, they want to push this under the rug. Absolutely. And this ties into the Carrie Lou gerbil. And when I spoke about this yesterday, did you see with Bernie instead? Carrie Lou gerbil was something that is key in her case, because I pointed it out yesterday at this point right now, Carrie Lou gerbil was between provided $1.5 billion to Pakistan infused from us. We were giving Pakistani in government $1.5 billion under the Carrie. Here's 2000 and 10 and 2014. Now bin Laden was practically shaking out in 2011. So after giving them $1.5 billion after year one. Then they gave us up where bin Laden wass. That's my theory. When she went to report this case to the U. S embassy, they told her to be quiet. She was raped in the same month that he was taken out 29 days removed, but at the time, the Pakistan in relationship with us It was critical, and Cynthia was just not something that they were willing to fight for. Cynthia. It sounds like the U. S government was kind of playing nice with the Pakistani government for intelligence on bin Laden, and they couldn't come out right after that, and start reporting a rape against the interior minister, So this was Really covered up for political reasons. Wasn't I believe cell I meant T concisely. I believe I became inconvenient Political truth. I was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. And the interior minister was one of the key people in the Pakistan People's Party that allowed the Obama fight in administration and Hillary Clinton's Shaffer play State Department. She basically right havoc in Pakistan. Then I know you've been digging into, you know, sexual abuse, rape all kinds of different, really serious woman's issue on US show for quite some time eyes probably difficult with your insider status in Hollywood and stuff. Come out and call out the Bidens and the left. Why are you so committed to this? I mean, we should all be committed to Americans being safe abroad. But what really got you involved in this? She's an American citizen in Pakistan, fighting for her right to be able to tell her story and she went to our embassy, and they didn't help her. That for me was a huge, huge issue is an American citizen. Who else can you go to, if not your embassy and they dropped the ball on her story is covered up in Pakistan. Imagine how many other women who don't have the rights that American citizens have the same rights that we do How many women on the ground in Islamabad? How many of those rights are non existent? Most women in Islamabad? Not they do not have. So I got interested because Cynthia Laurie is very unique. And she is the voice currently because once the high port in Pakistan grants for F I r report, the rest is history. And he knows this. So Cynthia. In a really strange turn of events, it could turn out of the court acts properly. Here. You could actually be a symbol for a woman's rights movement in Pakistan and maybe across borders to other women who writes like in India. If it happens, it happens. John. Frankly, I've been fighting corrupt media. Big Jim would it diplomats for Over 10 years here in Pakistan? I've been watching American politics mostly remotely from from Kistane, and to be quite office. I'm a registered independent the previous election. I was hoping Bernie Sanders would take it. I wanted to see a woman office but not Hillary Clinton because I was here when she flew over. During her state Department days. In my opinion, one of the most corrupt individuals on justa shame from me is a woman and then you know it wasn't a huge Tran of Donald Trump. But I wanted someone who was a non politician in office that could help sort of cleaning out the message and shake things up. And then I wondered, is my own government just being complacent or are they actually Implicit. So let me ask you this. You You're an independent. You were Bernie Sanders fan. You want huge trump fan, but something about his outsider status. And now his commitment to law and order makes you think that he is a great choice for you. What do you say to Donald Trump and the administration about what happened to you on the Hilary and the Bidens and Obama's I would say, Listen, President Trump from abroad on the other side of the world. I literally can identify with you regarding the liberal media Faith news. I have been subjected to faith news. This faith women's movement. The women's movement, also known as the Got much here in Pakistan will not support you unless you are politically convenient unless you subscribe to their narrative, and I refused to do so. Because I Pakistan has enough Arms of its own. But frankly, it's one that it is the only regional true ally that needs to be treated like an ally by the U. S government. And the U. S government needs to investigate what the return on investment is. President Trump is a businessman. What was the R ally? What was the cost benefit analysis for this Carrie Liver bill that happened during the GPS administration. And what has the American taxpayer gain from this? You should request an audit of the beneficiaries of that building. Because I promise you it was going straight into the PPP party. And let's make a note here that Molik was PPP party. It was the former interior minister. That party was accepting money from Hillary. This's bombshell stuff, Cynthia God bless you. And you know God's feed. God stay with you. Hopefully and please report back to us. As soon as the court decides to open again and speaking about Your case. Thank you. And I just want to say it quick. Thank you, Teo Ahmed Raza, Missouri and Iman froze and associates, my legal team who know PPP from the inside out. They have stuck without stuck with me throughout this entire summer of terror. On. I just want to thank them for sticking by me and helping me to convey my truth. Alright Cynthia Ricci from Pakistan's and Sam's from New York. Thank you both very much. You guys stick right there. We're going. I'd like to eliminate your expensive cable bill forever or get new satellite..

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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:13 min | 4 d ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Khan told me about this and my heart immediately. And the meat to movement here in the U. S. With Harvey Weinstein proved to us that you don't need to much to put a bad man away. And when women unite, beautiful things happen, and we are bringing the meeting Islamabad and Cynthia right now That's what you're fighting for your fighting for women's rights You're fighting to put This man away and to set the precedent for other women. Can you tell us a little bit more where you're at with your court case specifically, And then you can go back and talk about what led you and the nights that occurred with your rape. Yes. Yes. Thank you. Thank you, John for having me currently right now we're waiting for what's called an S. I R, which is the first information report. And this is really according to Pakistani law on when someone presents a particular complaint. They are entitled the cognizable offense that is, they're entitled to that. F I. R by law and former interior Minister Mama likes has done everything he could in his power. To prevent this F I r from being lodged in the F I, R allows the case to proceed forward and for investigators to do their job they are supposed to dio today actually was supposed to be a critical decision at the Islamabad High Court. But the chief justice interestingly enough, unavailable in all cases were canceled today has Cynthia Let me ask you. This is John. How often does that happen in Pakistan that they just call off court for that day? Well, I think in this particular case, this is interesting. This's a bit a typical. This's not a normal for the Islamabad High Court just cancel all pieces because the chief justice apparently has suddenly become unwell. It is common for the Pakistan People's Party to engage in differs deflect techniques on to delay things as much as possible. Wow. So then it seems like it seems like the cover up began with that when when this was reported to the State Department under Hillary Clinton and the Joe Biden administration, But at the same time while they was shaking down countries for kickbacks and all kinds of corruption, they want to push this under the rug. Absolutely. And this ties into the Carrie Lou gerbil. And when I spoke about this yesterday, what Bernie instead carry Lutherville was something that is key in her case, because I pointed it out yesterday at this point right now, Carrie Lou gerbil was between provided $1.5 billion to Pakistan infused From the U. S. We were giving Pakistani in government $1.5 billion under the 2000 and 10 in 2014. Now bin Laden was tactically taking out in 2011. So after giving them $1.5 billion after your one Then they gave us up. Where? Bin Laden Wass. That's my theory. When she went to report this case to the U. S embassy, they told her to be quiet. She was raped in the same month that he was taken out 29 days removed. But at the time, the Pakistani in relationship with the U. S was critical. And Cynthia was just not something that they were willing to fight for. So, Cynthia, it sounds like the U. S government was kind of Playing nice with the Pakistani government for intelligence on bin Laden, and they couldn't come out right after that, and start reporting a rape against the interior minister. So this was really covered up for political reasons, wasn't it? I believe so I'm into it Concisely. I believe I became inconvenient Political truth. I was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. And the interior minister was one of the key people in the Pakistan People's Party that allowed the Obama Fighting administration and Hillary Clinton's pay for play State Department to basically right Cabot in Pakistan. Then I know you've been digging into, you know, sexual abuse, rape all kinds of different, really serious woman's issue on US show for quite some time eyes probably difficult. With your insider status in Hollywood and stuff to come out and call out the Bidens and the left. Why are you so committed to this? I mean, we should all be committed to Americans being safe abroad. But what really got you involved in this? She's an American citizen in Pakistan, fighting for her right to be able to tell her story, and she went to our embassy, and they didn't help her. That for me was a huge, huge issue is an American citizen. Who else can you go to is not your embassy and they dropped the ball on her now for a story is covered up in Pakistan. Imagine how many other women who don't have the rights that American citizens have the same rights that we do. How many women on the ground in Islamabad? How many of those rights are non existent? Most women in Islamabad, not right. So I got interested because Cynthia story is very unique. And she is the voice currently because once the high port in Pakistan grant her F I r report, the rest is history. And he knows this. So Cynthia. In a really strange turn of events, it could turn out of the court acts properly here. You could actually be a symbol for a woman's rights movement in Pakistan and maybe across borders to other women who writes like in India. If it happens, it happens. John. Frankly, I've been fighting corrupt media big, dimwitted diplomats for over 10 years here in Pakistan. I've been watching American politics mostly remotely from from Pakistan, and to be quite office. I'm a registered independent the previous election. I was hoping Bernie Sanders would take it. I wanted to see a woman office but not Hillary Clinton because I was here when she flew over. During her state Department days. In my opinion, one of the most corrupt individuals on justa shame from me is a woman and then you know I wasn't a huge fan of Donald Trump. But I wanted someone who was a non politician in office that could help sort of cleaning out the medicine and shake things up. And then I wondered, is my own government just being complacent or are they actually Implicit. So let me ask you this. You were an independent. You were Bernie Sanders fan. You weren't huge Trump fan, but something about his outsider status. And now his commitment to law and order makes you think that he is a great choice for you..

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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:55 min | 10 months ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Karachi Pakistan to a wealthy aristocratic family with strong a political ties. Benazir's father Zulfikar Ali Bhutto founded the Pakistan Peoples Party otherwise known as the P P P A popular Socialist Party that lead Pakistan in the nineteen seventies sometimes has to appear to be optimistic nevertheless feed that that is you for the future but this is dwindling at the same time I defected. That's lifetime and as your first and primary language bridge was English though. She did speak Urdu on occasion. From a young age she showed great promise and received a Western style. Education prestigious convent schools in Pakistan Khuzistan. In one thousand nine hundred. Seventy one while Benazir was attending Harvard. University her father was elected leader of Pakistan on a socialist platform. Then is your graduated with a bachelor's degree from Harvard in nineteen seventy three and then moved across the Atlantic to the University of Oxford where she studied philosophy political Kossi. It's making in nineteen seventy seven soon. After she finished Oxford and return to Pakistan Benazir's father was ousted in a military Kuu. I'm a Hamad will hawk. Zia became the military dictator of Pakistan and Benazir's father was executed two years later in nineteen seventy jeanine though Benazir and her mother were frequently under house. Arrest from nineteen seventy nine to nineteen eighty-four Benazir took up her father's mantle as head of the PP PP finally having had enough Benazir's political aspirations Zia exiled Benazir on her mother. The to move to London in Nineteen eighty-six Zia ended martial law and Benazir and her mother were allowed to return to Pakistan. Benazir quickly became the foremost member of the political opposition to Zia during her time. In England Benazir admired the work of Margaret Thatcher upon her return she shifted the P P P from a socialist socialist platform to a liberal one. It changed the course of my life. I had no intention of going into politics and had my father lived. Perhaps perhaps I would have chosen a different life for myself. A more stable life. The political shift helped Benazir navigate a political power vacuum created by the mysterious his death of Zia in a plane crash in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight in the ensuing elections. The P P P one the largest block of seats in the National Assembly and Benazir here was sworn in as prime minister on December first nineteen eighty-eight. This made her the first woman leader of a Muslim nation in modern history. As Prime Minister her Benazir tried to enact political and social reforms but was almost completely stifled by the Islamist and conservative parties as such. She wasn't able to effectively combat. The many issues facing Pakistan including pervasive corruption widespread poverty an increase in violent crime in August of nineteen ninety the president of Pakistan Gulan conned accused Benazir and her new government of corruption and nepotism Benazir was dismissed from her position and a new election was called. It's generally accepted that. The following election was rigged by Pakistan's intelligence services to ensure victory for the Islamic Islamic Democratic Alliance or J. I A Conservative Party in the years that followed Benazir served as leader of the opposition in the National Assembly in one thousand nine hundred ninety three the I J I government was also dismissed for corruption in elections held in October of Nineteen ninety-three the P P P again unearned a majority of votes and Benazir was Prime Minister of Pakistan. Once again this time around Venezia's determined to focus on economic privatization and greater the rights for women to areas. She believed were holding Pakistan back three years later. Renewed charges of corruption were brought against Benazir on. Is You're on her government these new accusations along with a series of controversies like the assassination of Benazir brother and a bribery scandal involving her husband. Bend led to her government's dismissal by the president. The P P P took a beating in the nineteen ninety-seven National Assembly elections and Benazir chose to go into self exile. The following year. The new prime minister was continuing to pursue. What were believed to be politically motivated? Corruption charges against her Benazir moved to Dubai and continued to run the P.. From there in two thousand seven rumors began to circulate. That Benazir was returning to Pakistan to run in the two thousand eight elections and she planned to run on a platform of greater military accountability to the civilian government and calls for a stop to the growing Islamist violence. In October tober Benazir officially arrived in Karachi from Dubai. They were great celebrations by her supporters following her return from exile though they were marred by a suicide aside attack on her motorcade that killed many supporters standing nearby. Either plus Sweden me not to come away. Intimidate me into not coming and I'm not going into be intimidated. I've made my decision and I'm returning for better or for us after attending a rally on December twenty seventh. Two thousand seven Benazir's Benazir's motorcade was hit by another suicide attack. This time Benazir herself was killed though. al-Qaeda took responsibility for the attack. It's it's widely suspected that the Pakistani Taliban as well as elements at the intelligence services were also involved in the years following her assassination. Benazir's here's come to be regarded as an icon for women's rights. 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Pakistan Peoples Party, Elliot Dari And Pakistan discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

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Pakistan Peoples Party, Elliot Dari And Pakistan discussed on BBC World Service

"The former president of Pakistan, as Elliot Dari has been arrested in slamma bag for money laundering. Mr. dairies, Pakistan Peoples Party has accused the government of targeting him as part of a political

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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the shade. There are hundreds of party activists. They've come from all over the country summit driven for over twenty hours to get here. But she the entire senior leadership of the Pakistan People's Party has matter. They are all going to have a big recession tomorrow to decide what on earth they're going to do next. We'll hear more about that. And just a moment. But when not reporting live on the BBC World Service. I was talking to everyone. I could at one point zero widower Asif Zardari, very was sitting crosslegged on the ground in the courtyard, all alone. Everyone was keeping a respectful distance. I caught his eye. He waved me over is the most diamond my life. I've. I've seen many times in my life. I've been in prison for the last eleven and a half years. I lost my nephew who was nineteen years old. In when I was in prison. I had my father in prison for three and a half years. I lost my mother in prison. Distorted in prison. I came out of prison, I had a heart attack. But nothing has devastated me more than this. It's not that. It was not in our minds. You would always aware of the dangers. She faces the Tomoe hoping that leave it succeed and deadliest and the people who back the latest did not succeed, but alas it wasn't. So you say terrorists and the people who back them food. Do you think was responsible for your wife staff? I don't really know. Exactly, she when she addressed a press conference after the last attack. She said the same that I don't care whether it's extra allow it is the hand behind the hand behind the guy who's doing. So I don't exactly know, obviously, she was aware she even came here and chose her grave. What.

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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On car imports as well as prospects for reforming the World Trade. Organization Five, people, including two, firefighters in two young children have died. Rapidly growing wildfire in northern California authorities say about thirty eight thousand people are under evacuation orders and five thousand homes are at risk Meanwhile authorities in Greece say there are serious indications that wildfires. Which have killed more than eighty people near aphids may have been. Started deliberately officials say more than two thousand homes have been damaged and roughly a quarter of them, will have to be demolished the government is facing mounting, criticism over its handling of the situation Cricket, legend Imran Khan is that the. Takeover ask Pakistan's next, prime, minister with support from independent and smaller regional parties his party won. The most seats in the recent elections but failed, to win an outright majority ruling Pakistan Muslim League came in second head of the Pakistan People's Party the opposition. Parties rejected the result and said they would call for new elections The White House says it expects to host Russian President Vladimir Putin. In Washington for a summit with Donald Trump next year the news came hours after the Russian leader said. He'd also be willing to meet the US president in, Moscow provoked bipartisan anger at his summit with Putin in Helsinki earlier this month by casting doubts over US intelligence. Agencies conclusion that Russia intervened to help get him elected in two thousand sixteen And President Trump has hailed the US economic growth after second quarter GDP increase at a solid four point one percents that's best is twenty.

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White House says, it expects to host Vladimir Putin next year

01:42 min | 2 years ago

White House says, it expects to host Vladimir Putin next year

"On car imports as well as prospects for reforming the World Trade. Organization Five, people, including two, firefighters in two young children have died. Rapidly growing wildfire in northern California authorities say about thirty eight thousand people are under evacuation orders and five thousand homes are at risk Meanwhile authorities in Greece say there are serious indications that wildfires. Which have killed more than eighty people near aphids may have been. Started deliberately officials say more than two thousand homes have been damaged and roughly a quarter of them, will have to be demolished the government is facing mounting, criticism over its handling of the situation Cricket, legend Imran Khan is that the. Takeover ask Pakistan's next, prime, minister with support from independent and smaller regional parties his party won. The most seats in the recent elections but failed, to win an outright majority ruling Pakistan Muslim League came in second head of the Pakistan People's Party the opposition. Parties rejected the result and said they would call for new elections The White House says it expects to host Russian President Vladimir Putin. In Washington for a summit with Donald Trump next year the news came hours after the Russian leader said. He'd also be willing to meet the US president in, Moscow provoked bipartisan anger at his summit with Putin in Helsinki earlier this month by casting doubts over US intelligence. Agencies conclusion that Russia intervened to help get him elected in two thousand sixteen And President Trump has hailed the US economic growth after second quarter GDP increase at a solid four point one percents that's best is twenty.

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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on 1A

1A

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on 1A

"But even they thought they were getting mixed messages from the administration. One of them said to me, Mr. Trump talks very tough against run. And then suddenly he says, we want to make a deal. We can't do a deal with these people. Another person said to me, I thought I thought Mr. Pompeo was four regime change, but he hasn't actually specifically say another one said, actually, we know what he's saying. So they're bit confused by what the administration actually has in mind. And David back made the the US under the president's direction pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal, which was abandoned ministration policy. How does that fit into this narrative? I think that is the more important narrative here, because you know, we're still waiting for the bite full of US sanctions to come back into force, which seems to be on track to happen. You still got the European saying they can salvage this thing and the Russians and the Chinese are kind of, you know, they have interests there as well. But the question is, at what point does Ron say, okay, this is a farce. We can't say this deal. Get the economic benefits we were promised and go in a direction that makes things even more unpredictable. So Pakistan held a a quite raucous general election this Wednesday for their soon to be prime minister. Interestingly, it's only the second time in Pakistan seventy or seventy one year history that there's been a transition between civilian governments. So often, the military has intervened in the military is always in the background in Pakistani politics. But what's happened is that a former international cricket star named Imram Khan has named himself the winner despite allegations that the vote was rigged and that there was coercion behind the scenes Barbara, what do we know about how that election was run? Well, they seem to have been the main dynamic of it, and there were several was these accusations that the military, what's targeting the governing party the Pakistan military league of Nawab Sharieff who is in jail on corruption charge. And was supporting Imran Khan. So there were allegations that the the run-up wasn't fair and that Mr. Khan was was benefiting from it, Dettori support. And then during the election itself, there were a lot of allegations of fraud which are still being claimed. And as you said, Mr. Khan has claimed victory, but they're still looking into those the Gatien's. So we'll see how quickly he's able to take to form a government because if the opposition is going to keep up with the with the protests and that might be difficult. But it is interesting to see con in this position when I was in Pakistan about ten years ago, he had entered politics. Of course, he was the splashy cricket star, but by then he'd sort of reinvented himself will stop there. I don't know because the flashy cricket star is, you know he's to Pepsi commercials. He's darn good looking outlet, Oxford educated, yeah, he's a very smooth customer and and not somebody who would have predicted. We'd go into politics, but he has. Going into politics quite seriously. So tell me a little bit more about his image before he became a politician covering you covered a lot of a celebrity for sure, also had a reputation for womanizing, you know, partying, that sort of thing, but he did reinvent himself in the nineties. So a while ago as a kind of pious populist sort of politician as an anti poverty campaigner, but was very much on the margins for a long time because Pakistan's civilian. Politics are dominated by these two political dynasties. The PL end of Nawab Sharieff than the Pakistan Peoples Party of the late Benazir Bhutto and he has presented himself as an alternative third force. And when I was there, he was still very much on the sidelines. But I do remember young people being very enthusiastic about him. They thought he would bring change, and that is the bulk of of his support as well as the middle class who who believed that he is going to be able to fight entrenched, corruption, dude, lallera. It was just mentioned. Corruption was one of the issues, but my question to you is going to be what, what is his appeal besides his personality? What are the policies that he's putting out there that makes him the public responsive to him in the way that they never happened before he said in his victory speech that he's going to govern Pakistan in a way that it's never been governed before by that he means and you know, it will be cleaner..

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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"The question is which way will people vote would tip in his direction and he he's very confident of winning. Remember this isn't the first time that he has stood. In the elections, he's always been a rather charismatic figure because of his history as a cricketer cetera. But he's never really had that much of an impact, but he's confident that this could now be his time. He, of course, has denied that the military has been into faring his his, his, his, his rivals and say, well, you know, he, of course, he would say that, but the fact that that that this seems to be able to for tilt towards him considering he was a rank outsider in previous contests that that effectively makes him a stooge. What I find fascinating is that if the final result and you're absolutely correct, we should know tomorrow dull show that both sides are level pecking. It's possible the term, the son of Benazir Bhutto, who is who is leading the Pakistan People's Party. He could be the kingmaker even the Imran Khan said that he wouldn't go in with him or indeed with Nawaz Sharif. But then on the other hand, he may have to forge cut deals with other candidates. Some of whom shall we say unacceptable to the west because. They they have, should we say rather violent Paul spot into sociation with them? I'm not that opens up another potential there that if I'm whoever wins it, fade, then end up having to cut deals with some of these individuals where does that leave the United States? Because of course, they've always pointed the finger at Pakistan is not doing enough to contain terrorist outfits based in the country. And I'd like to examine that a little bit more, but I can. We just talk about now is sheriff who is campaigning from behind Mary thing that he is a victim of a conspiracy or is he guilty as charged? I mean, it was all laid out in the Panama. Exactly. Well, I mean, again, it's so difficult to tell because so often I'm not just in Pakistan, but in all sorts of other countries. Corruption is used politically so that it's it's extremely difficult to divine, whether surely there is corruption at all sorts of levels. And it would be very surprising if I, if he weren't tainted in that way. Nonetheless, the way it came out in the way it's been used makes it political. So I think that while saying all that and saying gene, the so much bad news about this election, the Trump down the extent of army presence, the the killings of the violence, all those sort of things. But the same time, what we have is an election that's being held, where we actually, we really, really don't know the result. And yes, as a as Julia to set. I mean, there's three main candidates and it looks especially from the coverage has to be said too. I think the coverage in Britain as well as in Pakistan has given the very strong impression that Imran Khan is really home and dried, but maybe he isn't maybe this more uncertain to that and the actual complexion of any government that he may be able to. Form. So wild is all these sort of adverse circumstances. Nonetheless, the idea that Pakistan will have a new government and no, it's true that any government in Pakistan is likely to be able to rule only at the behest of the military. The military is were ways there. Nonetheless, we have a an enormous electric that has gone out to vote today, and we don't actually really know for certain what the what the results going to be Julia. You pointed out that, of course, the con- has been not in politics for twenty years. He's never held office, and I wonder if his very inexperienced is the reason that he has the backing of the military. Could it be that the military wants an inherently unstable government said that the intelligence service the ISI sets foreign and indeed domestic policy. I'm not bodies a very interesting point because look mean he'd be up against an hour Cherie who's corden experienced wildly. Character. Of course, you've got the author main the other key player in they some because they're all three main the main candidates. But this is the son of Benazir Bhutto, but remember that he's twenty nine years old..

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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I cast my vote at the police station Feeling tired and I returned to the shop after, that as I stepped out of the shot but. Hardly walk to stack when this. Blast occurred we got down on the. Ground most people started running, after ten minutes when McKay us. Was over we started picking up the injured we carry them into private vehicles because ambulances hadn't arrived yet backed by not as is. A journalist with the door newspaper in Quetta we spoke to him just after the attack and today when. People were going out to, cause the votes so suddenly is. Suicide bomber blew himself. Up in credo city so was the. Target the target. Was the chief? Good police Cheema, was gone why was it and in Italy The Islamic. State claimed responsibility? For the attack But those who died who were they Civilians, and security personnel they that Lindsey did but the civilians who. Were, they voters waiting to cost votes yeah they do voters dead gone out to call the Islamic state had had, threatened had it to, disrupt this elections Ted and I mean in. Mustang, district of bullets stunned last week they also attacked the electoral campaign in which were one fifty people died so Nixon's that, the Islamic state has been carrying out attacks against candidates were contesting elections. In, Baluchistan as noble stunned the situation is complex and besides Islamic, state dental balut insurgents who are carrying out attacks in interior. Parts of. Bullets Not designed journalists with dawn. Newspaper in question in. A moment we have to be speaking to our, correspondent in Islamabad let's go now though to Donna con man the? Fellow at the institute of development studies at the university of Sussex in the United Kingdom she's on the line. Now any election in any country is always, important but how would you rank this one in the history of Pakistan Hi thank you for having me on the show I think this is a very important election this is the first time in Pakistan's. History that two consecutive governments will have completed their tenure and then handed power over peacefully, to the to another elected government so the fact that we had an election in two thousand and. Eight and then exactly five years. Later in two thousand, thirteen and now in two thousand eighteen. Is. A significant move forward given Pakistan's history of moving between military regimes. And democratic elected governments pretty much rejected actually it works. In in these patterns of sort of ten, years tenure durations of regimes and the fact that we've now moved possibly beyond that is a. Significant moment in the. Country's history it's said to be very close people, use the expression neck and neck between the two parties yes why Well in the two thousand thirteen election PML and had established itself as the largest party and the Pakistan People's Party. Was the second largest and then there was the third largest which was Iran Hans Pakistan, Tehrik in south now the race seems to have been is nectar neck race according to most of. The polling results that we have. The tween Nevada Sharief's, Pakistan Muslim League novas and in Ron. Ron. Sparks Pity I and and the fact that PTI has certainly gained in the last five. Years has received quite a bit of attention but, I think a large part of the story. That has been reported in the press quite widely is the fact that b.. N. nausea response he has been, constrained to, a very large extent in terms of the the arrest of the ex prime minister himself along with that of his daughter who was who was meant to. By all accounts meant to succeed him they're both in jail right now through this election and there's been other arrests within the party other bodies have also talked about a constraint electoral space within which to campaign so what we have. Now though I mean it's it's while, I say that there's been constraints space what. We do have and it's an important thing within a democratic transition is a very competitive election and I think there's some level of, excitement, about, the fact that it is at, least still Competitive Do we know what issues voters have been considering when they come to cost for? Votes most of Pakistan's voters live in rural areas why they had to pick one party over the. Other this is actually one of the missing pieces in the puzzle of Pakistan's. Politics the fact that we know very little so far about how it's voters vote in how they make. Decisions we have fairly large sort of conflicted stories about dependent, ignorant rural. Voters and my research shows I've been working in rural areas on how voters behave and the way they make their choices for for many years, now and they're very strategic in voting in using their voice to vote for, to to gain access to things that they care. About and the things they care about often are very basic services These these are these are neither dependent voters and nor are they strictly clench. Realistic in the sense of selling their vote to the highest bidder but the very strategic? In the way they use their vote and how to gain greater access to basic services like water. And sanitation and education and health and just having doctors come in and they're. The health centers so there's the problem then is to try and connect that kind of voting behavior to. To the following of parties and whether or not these translate, into stable. Support basis for political parties we also don't understand the voting behavior of of fifty percent of the electorate which is women and we know in, Pakistan that the gap has been quite large the gender gap in turn out, has been very large this time this has there's. Been a twenty four percent increase in the registration of women Which is a very positive. Development but there's a difference between women registering and actually coming out vote and, just in the. Last few minutes there's been a report that there's so many women. Have turned out in one open city vote that this. Caused a ritual for, disruption on the streets so this is all this is all fantastic News but overall I think if we brought a rural voters in urban voters together I, think a really broad story that we could talk about is the fact that they care about policy issues very much they care about the economy they. Care about rising prices the care about jobs We'll look many, things that Chandana Khan My fellow at the institute of. Development studies of the university of Sussex we have now made contact with. Our correspondent ten Islamabad's Kamani and Sekundar. We had that bomb blast in quarter how has it been, elsewhere in the country on polling day.

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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

"The opinion pages of the wall street journal this is foreign addition now mary kissel welcome back to foreign edition mary kissel in new york city hugo restall well who knows where he is maybe he's on top of a mountain somewhere in rural china calling in from his satphone hugo let's go to a place that we don't talk much about on this program pakistan holding a general election on july twenty fifth and it's important the contest pitting the ruling pakistani muslim league nawab's party against former cricket star imran khan's pakistan to reiki in soft party the old pp the pakistan people's party also a choice for voters but they are trailing in third according to the polls hugo let's give listeners a preview here why is this contest so significant wire you paying close attention to it well the pm l n which was is still led by sharieff the former prime minister who was removed from office of last year by the military and the judiciary is essentially a secular pro business generally responsible party that that was doing a fairly good job of managing the economy and most significantly wanted to dial back pakistan's support for terrorism and improve relations with india and the military which is is aligned with the terrorist groups and has been supporting them for decades could not stomach this and removed to noah's from from office and so we've had this sort of period of of a year in which noah's been fighting with the military which is never a good idea in pakistan because the military really calls a shot i mean the old cliche that many countries have military but in the military has a country it's true holds true i mean there it's essentially a garrison state and you know elected prime ministers are allowed a certain amount of power to govern domestic issues but they better not touch foreign policy and security policy and so by by fighting with them so directly has caused the military to back the imran khan party the pti which is a much more pro fundamentalist party a much more left wing party socialists in its in its leanings and if that's if imran khan were to be elected as prime minister it really would be a disaster for pakistan because it would probably wreck relations with the us i mean iran is very antiamerican it which caused a lot of problems in policy in afghanistan conflict with india and damaged the economy so pakistan could really go into a downward spiral which would be good for nobody you know we have to remember that not only is it causing a lot of mischief and its neighborhood but it's now a nuclear power so we we really have to be worried about this possibility the good news is i think that the pm l n is not entirely spent force it is still leading according to some polls has a very strong powerbase in the punjab the most populous region of pakistan and i you know it's it's possible that it may be able to pull out a victory in here the if we say victory though hugo you know it's it's unclear just how fair of an election it might be given how sharieff has been treated i mean you have to laugh when i hear media commentators here talking about a quote unquote deep state in the united states oh please pakistan is the state that actually does have a quote unquote deep state where you have actors in the bureaucracy and the judiciary in the military who really are actually pulling the strings and i think the persecution of the sharief's who were tried and convicted of graft charges and kind of trumped up charges i mean that's the deep state and it really does raise concerns for me hugo as to whether or not these votes are really going to matter or if magically you know you're going to see them wrong con with a a decent size margin of victory come the twenty fifth well the silver lining is that all this persecution of of the the sheriff family has created something of a backlash and this persecution narrative maybe their their best electoral asset so voters may maybe turned off by this and may decide to to support them there's some evidence of that but you know we don't know how big that affect is going to be in a week is a long time in pakistani politics i mean a lot will will hinge on the rallies that are held in this last week and and you know how the the.

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Say that he doesn't tell i would say that all right there looking now here you are chairman of the p p p you've got these elections in july if the national assembly you want to do well yourself voters want you to address those basic development issues i talked about food shelter clothing education health and all the rest of it is that the key plank now if your a campaign platform i'm so glad you asked me about because that's exactly what my slogan is an extraordinary election is rotea copper and mcgahn ill say heads which means food clothing shelter education health and jobs for all the boxes on people spot seen as obviously you're young man seems very progressive in your thinking on women's rights on minorities rights and so on you've got some rather eyecatching policies as well informed foreign policy for instance you you believe in military action against the taliban in pakistan army is that a good idea do you think when you see that neighboring afghanistan ashraf ghani there we saying well you know we may need to negotiate with some elements of the tally on your deliberately taking a very different tack there are absolutely i feel the actually pakistan has been solely focusing on the military component against extremism and it needs to be a broader approach we absolutely have to people who challenge i stay to take up against the state we have to challenge them militarily but we need a holistic overall approach that doesn't only focus on terrorism but also focuses on country extremism which would require a would require education reform curriculum reform police reform judy shoulder form and provide the economic opportunity equal economic opportunity this is the overall comprehensive package that i believe the pakistan peoples party can lead and provide whereas the current government has been led by behind reacting to events and haven't been meeting on the issue of extremism and terrorism which.

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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And economic socialism was very much the mantra of the pp and but it's lost its roots disagree with obviously she is an opponent she runs against the elections so she has her right to criticize the pakistan people's party is very much committed to the same ideals i know i am committed the my mother's ideals and i will fight for them i will die for them and i do wear showing the daily basis where she ignores issues that face the people of pocket stan from extremism to poverty to financial kale the pakistan people's party and myself continued to advocate for these principles where not in government today we are in opposition but we're doing what we can from the opposition's i mean your father is is all ghibli still playing an important role in the policy and the american pakistan journalists has much tougher says below woods political career has been scripted by his father and members of his team he could revive his mother's party if you breaks free from his father's influence and takes charge of the p p p bill is in control of the pgp you or your father in democratic parties you work together and you make decisions through consensus myself my father don't dictate decisions we have a central executive committee of the party then makes party policy decide spotty policy and we implement that policy as far as my political career is concerned i'm in no rush and i'm not worried i'm twenty nine years old and i'm in this for the long haul box stance in control of the party or is your fault in control of the party orgy work together the box slim people's party faces a lot of challenges these challenges aren't going to be defeated in a single day you have to be committed one of all one of your challenges is that your popularity is really plummeted as a party in the elections the loss elections in two thousand thirteen you won fourteen seven seats and the reading party the pm l n pakistan muslim league now is got one hundred and eighty nine seats even in a byelection in the hall where your party was born recently the party had a fraction of votes and part of the problem is that the ppp's being seen is mired in corruption the masses feel that the opposition politician imran khan has called your father the.

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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sharp reactions to comments by the american rapper kanye west suggesting that the enslavement of african americans over centuries may have been a choice speaking on the entertainment channel tmz he said like people were mentally imprisoned and they were choosing to be enslaved his comments sparked a backlash on social media kanye west later tweeted that he was trying to argue that african americans must not be mentally imprisoned for another four hundred years bbc news welcome to hard talk on the bbc world service with me noppadol badawi elections that you in pakistan in july and running for a seat in the national assembly is the air to the country's main political dynasty my guest is bill bhutto czar dari son of benazir bhutto twice prime minister of pakistan who was assassinated in two thousand and seven he's chairman of the pakistan people's party founded by his grandfather fifty years ago the p p p has seen his popularity plummet in recent years can bill over bhutto's are dari restore its fortunes and turnaround a political legacy tarnished by allegations of corruption patronage and incompetence made bhutto's dari a welcome to hardtalk thanks for having me your grandfather was executed your mother assassinated youth received death threats why put yourself on the front line of politics like this thank you very much saying you know three days off so my mother's assassination in december two thousand seven the party central executive committee decided that i was to be the co chairman of the bucks lend people's party with your father at least at that time the country was in chaos from karachi to kashmir people were rioting the country was burning and the party austin i wasn't exactly something that i could turn down i stepped up and did what i have to do my mother often said that she didn't choose this life the chose her and i believe the same applies to me i'm committed to trying to complete my mother's incomplete mission for a peaceful prosperous and democratic pakistan your mother was in self imposed exile before she went back to pakistan in two thousand and seven i saw her couple of months before she was assassinated and i asked her why go back to pakistan when you've received these death threats and she's saying i feel that it is my duty is you just said to go back she was very fatalistic about what might happen to her did she ever discuss the possibility.

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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Targeted murder attempt a british authorities say a radioactive poison was years they say the two were specifically targetted police officer who immediately treated them at the scene also in serious condition uk medical officer sally davies with reassurance to the general public when i visited have being secure as she says low risk pornstar stormy daniels a suit president donald trump saying a hush agreement to prevent her from talking about their purported affair is not valid because the president never signed it the white house spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders says the issue is already settled this case had already been won in arbitration and and that there was no knowledge of any payments from the present and he's denied all of these allegations and pakistan has elected a woman from the country's marginalize hindu minority to the senate for the first time ever krishna komarica hala a member of the pakistan people's party hails from the socalled untouchables the lowest rung in the caste system the still prevails in pakistan and india so history there global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg all right at thirty nine past the are dan schwartzman with us we're going to update on global sports now so tottenham knocked out of champions league play right doug very disappointing event is knocking out tottenham eight pseudo on win at wembley stadium if one of eighty four thousand fans they take the two legs four to three aggregate event scoring both goals the second after son young men scored for the spurs at the thirty nine minute mark manchester city they'll moves on to the quarterfinals that the champions league despite a two one home loss added yet stadium to basel stake both legs five two aggregate loss marks the first home defeat for city since december of two thousand sixteen with a likely it increasing that arsenal boss arsene venture will be let go after twenty two years germany coach yawkey love has emerged as a leading candidate to replace.

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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Journalists from the reuters news agency have been visited by their families and friends for the first time since they were arrested a man malta the weeks ago the path who is charged with illegally obtaining information had been reporting on burma's military actions against hingis muslims in rikind's state thousands of supporters of pakistan people's party have converged at the mausoleum of the former prime minister benazir bhutto to mark the tenth anniversary of her death she was killed by a suicide attacker off to an election rally in rawalpindi in two thousand and seven the government blamed the pakistani taliban for the killing south korea's foreign minister has criticised a two year old deal between seoul and tokyo on comfort women the south korean women forced to work in japanese military brothels during the second world war the minister said the nine million dollar compensation agreement had failed to take into account the views of victims officials in south korea say four defectors from the north of shown signs of radiation exposure the government in seoul said the refugees had lived near north korea's underground nuclear test citing gilju county but it was difficult to confirm whether their health had been affected by radiation bbc news hello and welcome to business daily with me jay wakefield in busy central london special programs i will be looking at small city solutions to the problems facing urban areas fool around.

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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To the moscow's hospitals or anywhere else even outside syria and they need to be referred to the riots medical center this has been deserted by their family and friends for the first time since they were arrested in myanmar two weeks ago the pair had been reporting on burmese military actions against for hinge muslims in recalling state jonathan hedge reports the arrest of the two reuters journalists earlier this month has been widely condemned as an assault on media freedom with the us the european union and the un all calling for their release however after appearing briefly at a causing yanggon today the detention was extended for another fourteen days that the request of the police who say they need more time to question them while loan as joso who were charged with illegally obtaining official information and intending to share it with the foreign media organization thousands of supporters of pakistan's people's party have conveyed asked at the mausoleum of the former prime minister benazir bhutto to mark the tenth anniversary of her death she was killed by a suicide attacker after an election rally in rawalpindi in two thousand and seven security has been stepped up around the site as hundreds of thousands of people are expected at the venue world news from the bbc south korea's foreign minister gung young law has criticised a two year old deal between seoul and tokyo on the south korean women forced to work in japanese military brothels during the second world war they were known in japan as comfort women the issue has long overshadowed bilateral relations miss gangs said the nine million dollar compensation agreement reached in 2015 had failed to take into account the views of the victims officials in south korea safe four defectors from the north have shown signs of radiation exposure the government in seoul said the refugees had lived near north korea's underground nuclear test site but it was difficult to confirm whether their health of being affected by radiation a former minister of ivory coast uber ally has been sentenced to twenty years in jail for complicity in the killing of eighteen people in 2012 including seven united nations peacekeepers the attorney general of ivory coast said mr ally had provided the financial means to establish.

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"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"pakistan peoples party" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To the moscow's hostels those or anywhere else even outside studio and being to be the fruits of the riots consent medical center his agency has been visited by their family and friends for the first time since they were arrested in myanmar two weeks ago the pair had been reporting on burmese military actions against range of muslims in recalling state johnson heads reports the arrest of the two reuters journalists earlier this month has been widely condemned as an assault on media freedom with the us the european union and the un all calling for their release however after appearing briefly at a court in yanggon today the detention was extended for another fourteen days that the request of the police who say they need more time to question them while loan as joso who were charged with illegally obtaining official information and intending to share it with the foreign media organization thousands of supporters of pakistan's people's party have confirmed to the mausoleum of the former prime minister benazir bhutto to mark the tenth anniversary of her death she was killed by a suicide attacker off to an election rally in rawalpindi in two thousand and seven security has been stepped up around the site as hundreds of thousands of people are expected at the venue world news from the bbc south korea's foreign minister gang young law has criticised a two year old deal between seoul and tokyo on the south korean women forced to work in japanese minute tree brothels during the second world war they were known in japan as comfort women the issue has long overshadowed bilateral relations miss gangs said the nine million dollar compensation agreement reached in 2015 had failed to take into account the views of the victims officials in south korea say four defector from the north have shown signs of radiation exposure the government in seoul said the refugees had lived near north korea's underground nuclear test site but it was difficult to confirm whether their health being affected by radiation a former minister of ivory coast uber ally has been sentenced to twenty years in jail for complicity in the.

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