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Language barrier: Cameroons forgotten conflict

The Economist: The Intelligence

09:42 min | 1 year ago

Language barrier: Cameroons forgotten conflict

"Not so long ago. Cameroon was a stable country in a fragile region. Today it's anything but for the past three years of bloody conflict. Raging separatist militias want independence for the English speaking areas of the mainly Francophone Country Poor governance silence. trigger-happy forces are burning down villages while the militias are becoming increasingly violent. Thousands have died in the unrest. More than half a million have been forced from their homes. I spent a week travelling in the anglophone the phone regions where the effects of the war are clear for everyone to see John. McDermott is our Africa correspondent in village after village that I drove through I saw fields feels that grown wild houses that are being burned down and several buildings are just been pot marked with bullets. The conflict was inescapable. The origins of the conflict go back at least a century after the first World War the former German colony of Cameroon was split up between Britain and France and then when those parts became independent in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine hundred and sixty one. They were spliced together to make modern day Cameroon and now the country is officially by lingual with roughly twenty percent of people speaking English and eighty percent of people speaking French but the English speakers claim. Decades of marginalization is Asian by the central government and year upon year. They've been promised more devolution to their regions but those promises have been repeatedly broken and so why did those attention start to increase three years ago. Those tensions had been bubbling for some time but towards the tail end of two thousand sixteen lawyers and teachers hit the streets protesting against the imposition of Francophone Systems and in response to those peaceful protests. The government hit back hard intern a year later. Some of the more extreme anglophones who are separatists I want independence they proclaimed the independent state of Amazonia Zonja which is named after the embassy in the southwest of the country and once more this led to another escalation this time violent international NGOs. Joe Think there's been at least three thousand people killed and perhaps several times more than not and so who's responsible for that. Violence is security. Forces is the a separatist themselves so neither are covering themselves in glory. Both separatist militias and security forces have committed atrocities. But there's also no doubt that the Cameroonian military is behind most of the bloodshed local. Ngo in Boya. The main city in the southwest region estimates that more than two hundred and twenty villages across the anglophone the phone region have been burned by Cameroonian military and you met some of the people who have been affected by that violence. Yes I met lots of people who'd been affected one man I met was called who had to flee his village of economic because of just a torrent of shootings and burnings by the military. He said he could recall literally hundreds of incidents where soldiers had fired at his fellow villagers story when a military gum Strauss. His immovable from galaxy censured was and in a when. You're hearing these stories. You can stop a why. Why are they doing this and for him? It just seemed like there was no questions asked us behind the soldiers they were just firing will do your neighbor in this to these two other people. I really cannot tell you. I really don't tell you because does does the systems municipal new way on Shugden. I do and you say the the army is responsible for most of the violence. But not all I mean well. What are the separatists doing so the separatists have mostly been attacking military and the military installations? But they've also also been attacking people on their own side who are deemed to be collaborators. With the State one woman I met Adeline worked for a state run company and call you you coming in Development Corporation which runs a series of plantations in the region and she described how one day she was accosted by about twenty of these militia men who attacked her tied to a tree stuff leaves her mouth is the diagnosed with autism or last about twitter witter and then chopped off a finger again. You ask them why they're doing this and her crime little as it might seem to us was to work for this state. Run Company and US was deemed a collaborator. If you have anything to do with the Francophone Central Government. You're into on this side. I mean that must have knock on effects for for the way. The country runs for the economy's for society. The economy is collapsing. The anglophone regions contribute about fifth of the country's GDP and the main in company is that plantation CD and since the attacks began a couple of years ago workers essentially stopped. Revenue is down ninety percent. MM sold a single banana when I went down to their headquarters in a tank with a the general manager and all his staff just seem completely full on these because because they had also been receiving lots of death. Threats phoned the separatists so I said you know how you how you dealing with this posed any side and he looked at me and I said I pray more or less and so in essence people are are simply afraid to to go about business as usual. Yes there's widespread terror amongst the population and it's especially acute amongst parents. Almost ninety percent of children and the anglophone regions have not gone to school for three years. This is partly because of forced displacements by the military but it's also because the separatists see schools as arms terms of the state. Now there are some incredibly brave educators who have set up ad hoc classrooms and buildings these displaced children again. It's not entirely entirely safe. I asked one of the teachers at the school. I visited Baya. How do you ensure the security of these children John and frankly she admitted you can never be one hundred percent safe award yet? If we knew in fact she said that there were often threats of kidnapping which has become increasingly common as separatists. Either seek to impose their will or frankly sometimes just seek to get extra money out of the population. So what about the people who aren't directly involved in the conflict in the anglophone region. How do they view the constant cycle of violence? It's hard to do polling in a war zone but when the violence began it seemed like there was a surge in support for the separatists who reviewed viewed as helping keeping local safe but as time has gone on and you find things like the sabotage of education opinion may be in slightly shifting against them. I interviewed a professor at the University of Boya Guy called Garner some of the inflicted on a community. Ah Ah change attitudes. And he said that loyalty to the separatists is indeed dwindling. No longer call him voice. Call them booze boys he he also told me that in what most anglophones want isn't necessarily independence they want more autonomy Habsi federal Cameroon's not a safe arenas we're waiting for it is. It is anglophone vessels from before but he was very keen to stress that the anglophones have grievances but there were the central government not the french-speaking compatriots. Do you think a kind of reduced appetite amongst the Anglophones Ford. This conflict will have any effect on it. I mean how do you see. The situation playing out at the moment went to win. A bit of a stalemate because the separatist militias take the towns and the Cameron Army camp take the Bush normally calls for a political solution. Cameroon lean governed as it is by president. Paul Biya who has been on the proverbial thrown for thirty seven years is prone to move slowly in September. He announced a national dialogue but it was a total sham. Some of the key people weren't invited and it wasn't really even about the anglophone crisis so what you have then is. Is this political process. That's going far too slowly also because the rest of the world doesn't take much notice it's an underfunded under reported crisis and the bulk of people are just stuck in the middle of these two warring sides. Many people just want to get on with their lives in peace and sadly that's only possible in a few safe places such as the very very center boyer one evening I was there in the center. I was waiting for the Bishop of the time. And I caught one of those few glimpses of normality through the open windows of the church. I watched a choir including many members been asked fled their homes from other parts of the region and they were they were practising their songs for me. It was just a little reminder that in the midst of all this violence and chaos there is an everyday urge. Just keep one can occasionally manifest itself in rather beautiful ways. John Thank you very much for your time. Thank you

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"paul biya" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"paul biya" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"Glenn for the most part against the will of the working class of the oppressed masses in those countries, and that's why the United States in part support some of these leaders because they know they can get what they want from the leaders and the military support that they provide financial support they provide to these leaders. They utilize them more to suppress the population as opposed to fight so-called terrorism. We can look at the Cameroon, for example, that training material sinuses support from the United States and the president Paul Biya uses that to unleash military on the Cameroonian people committing mass crimes and atrocities of major beneficiary of US largesses, your remove any in Uganda, for example, hundreds of millions of dollars in military Queant, and he uses that to crush the population. Right. Next door is another darling of the United States parka gun, which you're quite familiar with gets a tremendous military support from the United States got over a billion dollars in support from the US over the last decade or so and he uses those resources not only to crush his own population. But also to go into military adventures into the Congo. In fact, he's more of a threat to the Congolese civilian population than any so called ISIS that leaks Acadia can point to. So what we see here grand is these leaders being willing quick to jump in bed with the United States to get financed with support military support, and they utilized that in order to suppress their population while themselves, then if it for their own personal interest in for the small Qadri of elites that that's rounding Uganda and Rwanda. Are they ongoing threats to mass debt in the Congo? Having been responsible for the demise of more than six million people over the last twenty years or so, but Congo's also beset by if Golda with nine hundred ninety three confirmed cases and six hundred twenty one depths, maybe what the Congo needs. Most is the Cubans who have been most effective in combating Ebola in Africa. Logically that that would be a logical thinking that based on the support that the Cubans brought to west Africa Liberia in particular when we had the outbreak in west Africa. You would think that that would be a logical outreach on the part of the reason not to deny the fact that the Congolese are really the best in the world in terms of addressing the question of Bala. It was in the Congo that he Bono came about in nineteen seventy six and the leading experts in the world in the fight against the Bulla are con- released, but they can certainly benefit from the non-militarized humanitarian support that we've seen the Cubans provide not only in emergencies in the case of west Africa, New Bola break a number of years ago. But also just broadly in terms of health because the root of the spreading of. Disease viruses, such as a bowler is a week over a week, health infrastructure and Congo suffers from that. Then that the leaders have not invested sufficiently in the health instructor in the country and the region where the Bulla most acute right now is the Benny region north Givi region, and what complicates the ability of the doctors to address or contain the virus is Addison areas, instability, where you have dozens of militia groups where you have intrigue on the part of Congo's neighbor Rwanda who consistently seeks to extract Congo's minerals for no cost at all. And you have you gone to who's invested in the instability in the Congo. As it extracts, the oil on lake Edward that is shared with Congo. So. So you have a cocktail of factors that complicates the crisis in the east of the country. We're talking about neighbors who intervened contribution, instability, and exploit the resources, you have militia groups who are in the region where the state itself, the company state doesn't control. And then you have rogue soldiers in the Congolese military who also a part of the problem, and all that is placed in a geopolitical context where we're talking about some of the richest areas of African continent that have tremendous strategic minerals that are vital to major industries in the west talking about the aerospace talking about military industries. Are we talking about electron IX technology? So what that does is that puts the Congolese people the average Congolese at the bottom in terms of priority. So it's a. Very.

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"paul biya" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"paul biya" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The middle of a polar vortex and Chicago and assigned story with a difference as well an experiment to examine the lifespan of bacteria over a full five hundred years. So we look forward to bringing you the results. Then if you're still listening for now, we'll talk to the man who's getting it off the ground. But first to Cameroon where we are getting reports that one of the main opposition leaders has been arrested MAURICE canto leader of the Cameroon resist Renaissance Movement claims he won the election held in October last year, the official figures showed the opposition group taking only fourteen percent of the vote in second place behind the president Paul Biya who has been in power for thirty six years. Now, the government strongly denies electoral fraud, Mr. counter, urged protesters to join demonstrations last Saturday to challenge he this result and to stand up against the government, which he says is suppressing the voice of the opposition. Jimmy, these protests the security forces use tear gas and live ammunition to know more about what's going on. I spoke to Mr. kempter's lawyer Abu Bala, I almost him. If he knew why Mr Kim show was arrested. No reason has been given. But we know that professor who gray was treasurer of the party why been arrest. On others have been arrested. And if you follow the press conference of the minister of communication and data of theater administration. Clearly de statements led to the fact that they were accused of insurrection and also destruction of public property. Could you tell us why there were these need for these protests? What were people protesting against professor is come to the president of the party was run out of during the last election? Hot called for these cities of protests to protest against Allegra. Hold up because he was of the opinion that he won the election and all sorts of protests against the killings in the salvage on inauguration regions of the country as you're well aware. There's been a protracted struggle crisis in anglophone Cameroon that started in October two thousand sixteen we has resulted in the loss of men be lives. Close to one hundred and seventy eight. That have been bundle about half a million people are intimately base. So they were clam Maureen to call the attention of the nights the nights now community and for the need for man to try to find a long-lasting solution to the crisis. When you mentioned two reasons, then you spoke about that protracted violence protests against that. But the second one that you say was that Mr. come to is of the opinion that he won the last election. It's one thing to know. And it's another thing to be having an opinion to win an election. That's already trading on very thin ice to claim that you won the election. How does he know that if you follow the process, you succumb to denounce dot from information that he had got up from the police station and from his police officers on the ground he had won the elections. But we all know that this elections were not free and fair where the liquor commission electron is not an independent body. I think is within the confines of that. We. This clown more for a more transparent process in the election process is true that you can debate with one index onto nod. He has genuine reasons to believe that he had won the elections. But surely, I mean, according to Cameroon's electric electoral commission, domestic Hampton came second and Paul via the president. He's campo. He's group family deny all allegations of electoral fraud, surely something a claim like this is going to further destabilize an already very fragile situation in the country, accept the fact that the elections where where there was fraud during the elections this contra where we've had a tree of and complaints about election, rigging and the electoral commission is not independent. You know, there is a need for a broad big dialogue in Cameroon. Where all the stakeholders all the interested parties beat the politicians civil society. Sit on the table and try to address the root causes of problems. I in the country the of move forward without those addressing the problems. I mean, we need to go back to the form of a state. There's a need for it. And we constantly brought bits conference. So it's not about professor MAURICE come to Islam necessarily about the anglophone crisis. But I think it's the existence of Cameroon the need for political reform and need for genuine dialogue and discussions that was about Mr. comforto's lawyer there. This is Newsday from the BBC, very, warm, welcome. It's twenty two minutes to the hour. Now, let's talk about Ken edgy, Oppong known goners a bit of a maverick politician outspoken never shy of controversy and getting his opinions out there. Now when Mr. edgy upon exposed an undercover journalist and called his supporters to beat him if he ever came to his constituency, many, rather disapprove believe it come too far. But within. Once the journalist added Hussein Swahli was shot dead by gunmen on motorbikes in a car that was two weeks ago. Obviously the Rabin angry accusations aimed at Mr. Adua, Paul a members of governing New Patriotic Party police have questioned him they've taken no further action. So what does he say about the controversy? The BBC's Thomas nutty has been speaking to him in a crop. I never offered award for. If you want to know the truth, let me tell you what transpired where the investigations what Sean to you on TV. I got new who amid was so when I went to my office and Sean pitches to them, then they said. Honorable don't, you know, this guy into into two of us here, and you're paid his school fees? I don't know him. He has been coming to the premises auditor. I said, no. Don't allow the guy to come from this. When you see him here beat them up because he's. I said that. I'll give her award for anybody to go and beating or killing you'll never know. If they see him. Beat him up being away. My premise is a record and said that you'll be responsible for it. Premise. Yes. This. If he comes through my premises anywhere. My premises beat him up responsible for it because that time started exposing them. So if we allowed this guy to come knowing what I know you'll come and set me up and now let them set me up. So I said, why did you decide to publish images move while he was investigating trees? Please. I want to cool down. Have you also cooks? Why did amass put those pictures on TV nationwide? So what was the motive behind sick team mates pictures motive behind for circulating? Those pictures was to warn of the guy when they come to the apprentices because that is what they do. You remember parliament, and you believe in the rule of law? So why did into port them to the police? I don't trust the point. I have a lot of evidence showed anybody I will serialize it forgotten yesterday. Lassus and a lot of rip that I come get you voiceless people coming out with evidence sought out freak who don't trust point. And therefore, everything is hunky. Now, you circulated pictures. Do you think your best some more responsibility for what happened to him? Bear moral responsibility. I am rubber saving Guineans from criminals and regret. What happened to him? Yes. By showing his no regret. Disgrace with pupil jealous. Costume offices. He has destroyed Africa destroy destroy Gonaere's and go scot-free did you contributing to the death of our vows rubbish accidentally question. What method you have for our metal values family? I sympathize with them, and is unfortunate. But there shouldn't look at one person and the nature of his work as posing a lot of things. I did not by exposing this picture endanger the life of the journalists. Are you seeing that there'd be sure to? Horia ministers. Why don't you think it was a bitter? It's possible to expose of the undercover gentleman. I take exception to your where irresponsible, but I forgive you for that. It's not irresponsible because you want people to who this guy is I not show his pictures for anybody to go and kill him for people to be for one about when it comes to your premises. Put just. Use it take information and go and black men so rig mileage, I would never put my hand on it and cut it never regret for showing the pictures. He's not better than anybody. That's the Ghanaian politician can AGIP Hong speaking to the BBC's Thomas Najji over the killing of amid Hussein swallow..

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"paul biya" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"paul biya" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Anglophones separatists and Cameroon security forces has dispaced almost half a million people since tensions flared up in the western regions of the country. The humanitarian situation is deteriorating. A peaceful protest that began three years ago against the marginalization of anglophone Cameroon quickly turned violent as some call for the region's complete secession from Cameroon to form the abbot zone. Yah republic. President Paul Biya in his seventh term of office is pursuing a military solution to the crisis. I've been speaking to Adama diong the UN secretary general's advisor on the prevention of genocide this situation in the region. I would say continues to deteriorate with allegations of serious human rights violations perpetrated by both government security forces and the separatist elements. And these violation which includes targeted killings arbitrary RS sexual violence burning looting of how sees kidnapping is. Well, as mad as heading of soldiers is something we should really make every effort to bring to an end. And it has also an increase in reports of attacks against civilian in recent months. Some civilians have been forced to leave their homes because of the insecurity to seek refuge in Nigeria or other cities in Cameroon and human rights organization and humanitarian actors continue to face restricts onto access populations in need. I understand of course, that the government is working on decentralization process, which is one of the critical points of the grievances by the population in the anglophone regions who has pie to great autonomy and wrap it returned to peace. However, a number of their grievances remained to be address when we're talking about political stability here. We're talking about the president Paul Biya who's been in power for more than forty years. How do you fix something like this? When he's position is already seen as something seemingly eternal. Let's I put an end this violence, and I think it is important today that trust to be rebuilt between the government and the population throughout the county in particular to the region, the parties involved need to take immediate steps to prevent further violence and work together to it's a credible and inclusive dialogue and the. My office. Also, stand ready to support such an internal dialogue if requested by the Cambodian actors. I'm sure that for instance, the challenge of president be idea in the last election. Professor most come to will be certainly ready with other actors the religious leader, the civil society to really sit around the table. So that we can bring to an end both the Koran violence between separatists and covering army and on the other hand makes sure that we resolve also any political differences, the government needs to do more because human rights lawyer, blah, blah, blah and Goco at the director of one of the group c h RDA was jailed for eight months after leading the peaceful protests that sparked the conflict, so the government seems to be I suppose putting in prison very important figures that are trying to raise important issues. That's not my view the best way to resolve the crisis. The government needs definitely to reestablish the trust foreign often and productivity dilute and that was Adama Dieng. The UN secretary general's advisor on the prevention of genocide, you're listening to day from the BBC with Carney and Andrew may news, spawning is that air traffic is being rerouted around the volcano in Indonesia, which continues to spew out Ashley almost a week after causing a synonymous which killed than four hundred people and shares in Tokyo closed higher following record-breaking gains on Wall Street where share prices rebounded after those heavy losses on Christmas Eve. Skip the sports is now with Mike. Thank you Connie busy day of action in the Premier League on Wednesday one of the busiest days of the year. Always traditionally the day after Christmas day and Wednesday was no exception. Let's start at Anfield where a questionable.

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"paul biya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"paul biya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Lizards where their bodies flex a lot from side to side. You can see it was a very optimized swimming. This was a predator. There are more rooms and lots more bones and says Angola was mosasaurs jackpot. The first time we set foot. There was incredible. You couldn't walk one page without coming across some other fossil the ground was just littered with fossils. One in particular tells a grisly story, it's a mosasaurs skeleton complete lying flat on the table. Just as it was found in the end goal in rock, the looping spine and tail the head twisted back in death three inches long teeth. Three foot long jaws. There are two sets of smaller bones coiled, halfway down the beast as well as some random shark's teeth Jacobs explains. What happened this is three different mosasaurs in the stomach the big one and two small ones it eight. And then after the big fella died you see the sharks teeth from where it was scavenged shark's teeth came out as they ripped the flesh off the dead. Most of these and other fossils from Angola will be on few at the new exhibit at the Smithsonian in November. Then the original bones, go back to Angola. Jacob says their story is more than just how big and scary inches. Reptiles could be it's about how a new ocean in the conditions for new life were created how trade winds stirred up deep water full of nutrients, the nutrients attracted fish and big turtles, and they attracted even bigger sharks and ultimately Joliet. Reptiles geology controls destined. The in the sense that biology has to adapt to the stage that it's put on it was a drama that might have continued if an asteroid hadn't hit the earth in wiped out the giant reptiles and their dinosaur. Cousins opening the door to us the furry little mammals, Christopher Joyce NPR news scores of children who were kidnapped from a boarding school in Cameroon earlier this week have been reunited with their families. The authorities say the kids were released by an unidentified gunman. This is all happening amid mounting tension between Cameroon's minority English-speaking regions and the. Majority. French-speaking government NPR's ofeibea Quist arcton says two staff members from the school are reportedly still being held. Initial cries of anguish gave way to relief after two days of heartache when some of the nearly eighteen missing school children met up with their parents in Bamenda Cameroon's northwest commercial hub, this fifteen year old girl whose family preferred anonymity says the worst part of their captivity was walking barefoot in the Bush. The Dow was it striking very very long distances. Well, we started a journey at night under let us I did read the Tehran. Judge the students were kidnapped before dawn on Monday in Cameroon's, restive English speaking region, which has been plagued for the past two years, by instability and increasing violence between the security forces and armed separatists, the rebels accused Cameroon's dominant French-Speaking government of discrimination against their to anglophone regions and they're vowing to establish a breakaway Republic both sides blame each other. For the mass kidnapping Cameroon's eighty-five year old president Paul Biya made no concessions to the separatists telling them to lay down their arms. Talking directly to those living in the English speaking areas Cameroon's President said they know better than anyone what life would be like under the yoke of extremists who have been spreading terror and desolation feB Akwa Stockton, NPR news. This is NPR news. And this is WNYC New York. You're listening to morning edition. I'm Richard Hake. It's eight twenty nine forty six degrees. Fair skies right now in New York City, do expect a sunny day for New York City today. Highs near fifty five degrees some clouds tonight, and then rain tomorrow mainly in the afternoon into the evening support for WNYC comes from Kerry institute of ecosystem studies, presenting a conversation with scientists Marassi on the impact of drug.

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KCRW

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"paul biya" Discussed on KCRW

"Deserve a nation where our children are safe. Sick people. Get the healthcare they need immigrants are welcomed schools are successful. And it's no longer easier to buy a gun than it is to vote in the Senate. There are three races between Democrats and Republicans that remain still too close to call their in Arizona, Florida and Montana voters in Oregon have rejected efforts to repeal the. The state's decades old sanctuary law as Oregon public broadcasting's. Conrad Wilson reports the law limits, local and state police from enforcing federal immigration policy. Supporters of the law declared victory saying all eyes were an Oregon where the movement for immigrant rights notched a major victory oregonians for immigration reform. The group behind the ballot measure said they were disappointed in the results and don't plan any legislative efforts in the upcoming session. Especially in the weeks that lead up to election day is President Donald Trump did all he could to make immigration central to energizing his base, Oregon sanctuary. Law was signed in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven the race divided the law enforcement community, anecdotally, some voters have colored said the ballot measure served as a catalyst to organize canvas. And turn out and vote. This year's midterms brand PR news, I'm Conrad Wilson in Portland. The White House says that President Trump will speak later this morning. The president has been writing on Twitter saying he will discuss quote, our success in the midterms. Exclamation point your list. Listening to NPR. The Catholic church in Guam says it's going to file for bankruptcy protection. This is linked with the Guam archdioceses actions to avoid trials in dozens of lawsuits alleging child sexual abuse by priests. It's also a result of mediation that started earlier this year, the decision to move toward bankruptcy will also set a deadline for victims to come forward to make complaints against the Guam archdiocese reports from Cameroon say dozens of students abducted early Monday from a boarding school in the rest of English. Speaking region have been freed NPR's ofeibea Quist arcton reports the adults kidnapped with them are reportedly still being held Cameroon's information minister says all seventy plus have been freed but gave no details about the circumstances of their release. The authorities launched a massive search operation after the abduction a donor on Monday the kidnapping in Bamenda come ruins northwest commercial hub came in a troubled region. Whether. Security forces have clashed with armed separatists seeking independence for the English-speaking. Homeland. They say has been marginalized as he will sworn in for a seventh term Tuesday veteran French-Speaking president Paul Biya warned the separatists to lay down their arms fading, which he said they face the full force of the law. Ofeibea Quist arcton NPR news decker the Florida man accused of sending pipe bombs to prominent Democrats and critics of President Trump has been ordered held without bail in New York. A federal hearing for Caesar sack lasted just ten minutes.

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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Boeing issues bulletin on sensor problem after Lion Air jet crash

"Six one zero crashed into the job as he last week minutes after taking off killing all one hundred and eighty nine people on board Indonesia, authorities will share updated information on the ill-fated jet in media briefings later today in Jakarta, she's about Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Cameroon's President Paul Biya cooled for anglophone separatists to lay down their arms day after dozens of school children were abducted in an attack. Authorities blamed on the militants. Bloomberg's scattering. A Hoya has the details and Sunday, but men abducted seventy nine students and three staff members from the secondary school never meant to

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"paul biya" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"paul biya" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Around the world here is blue-box. Ben Clarke, good morning. Good morning. Theresa May sits ask her cabinet to approve a draft Brexit deal in the coming days, if she can persuade eurosceptic members of her team, and then stereo meeting broke up yesterday after just two hours with no agreements and the chance of wrapping up a deal soon seems to be fading one breaks at official says it will be tough to reach an accord and time for e you leaders to discuss this month. Boeings expected to sign a safety warning to operators of its new seven three seven max models in response to a a crash off Indonesia's coast last week that killed a hundred and eighty nine people. Bloomberg's Tarsius reports the bulletin will alert pilots the following existing procedure handle readings from flight monitoring system that can cost the blames will probably dive by an air skate. These six zero crashed into the Java sea last week minutes after taking off killing all one hundred and eighty nine people on board. Indonesian authorities will share updated information on the ill-fated jet in media briefings later today in Jakarta, she's about our Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Cameroon's President Paul Biya called for anglophone separatists to lay down their arms day after dozens of school children were abducted in an attack. Authorities blamed on the militants. Bloomberg's guttering has the details Sunday, but men objected seventy nine students and three staff members from the secondary school never meant to capitalist west of anger for north west region. A video was released on social media Monday, very kidnappers sharing some of the boys saying they were taken by separatists fighting to create an independent state SBN was on Tuesday. He calls the militants to end the insurgency and pledged to give more power to the central African nations English. Speaking regions in Abajian Caterina, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on a talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Ben Clarke, this is Bloomberg markets. Thanks very much indeed ban now with the morning sports update..

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KQED Radio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"paul biya" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The only thing we have our his passport photos and information from the internal passport database Russian database. So we only can see that his pictures are really similar to the guy who was dented as Petrov by the British police more details idea to come tomorrow when delegates from his to publish detailed report BBC news. The Cameroonian government has dismissed the opposition presidential candidate MAURICE counters claim that he won Sunday's election at a press conference. Mr. counters had he had received a clear mandate from the people and without providing any evidence victory called on the incumbent, Portia to organize a peaceful handover a government minister described the declaration as both illegal and worth. Klis. President Paul Biya is expected to win. A seventh term Turkey is president Reggio type Adwan says Saudi Arabian officials must prove that the missing Saudi journalists left that consulate in Istanbul safely. Jamal has showed g leading critic of the Saudi government has not been seen since he entered the building nearly a week ago. Turkish officials believe he was murdered. There James Robbins reports the fact that Jamal Khashoggi was last seen almost a week ago. Entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul and was not seen by anyone leaving remains the most powerful driver of suspicion. Something happened to him inside the building. Turkish officials have been quoted saying they believe the journalist was killed there because the consulate is Saudi sovereign territory. They cannot go in without permission Turkey's, president tell you one is increasing the pressure. He told a news conference the consulate officials cannot save themselves by simply saying he has left. They have to prove it. The French prime minister Edouard Philippe has worn. And his European counterparts that there is no national solution to migration and that it must be tackled. Internationally, speaking ahead of a meeting of g six nations in the French city of Leon Mr. Phillips said he expected a Frank exchange with Italy's interior minister Matteo Salvini who was accused the French president Emmanuel Macron of leading the pro immigration lobby in the EU the joint winner of this. He has Nobel peace prize. Nadia Murad has appealed to the international community to do more to fight sexual violence and genocide addressing a press conference. She said the world must fulfil its moral, and legal responsibility to bring those responsible for these crimes to Justice BBC news. Support for the world comes from legalzoom.

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"paul biya" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"paul biya" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good afternoon we have better news for the Nimitz crash south eight eighty before Tennyson both vehicles out of the. Left lane now on the right hand shoulder bit of a backup to Winton avenue and look out, Ian Oakland someone dropped, a chair five eighty westbound before. Golf links we'll see then at the. Right lane little trouble in San Francisco is, central freeway north one zero one before ninth street cement truck and car mixed. It up they're both on the right hand shoulder Julie Deppish for the afternoon report brought to you. On KiKi we by. Chain exchange I'm Judy Woodruff on the next news hour are now read this book club has an interview with pachinko, author men, gin Lee and we REVEAL OUR pick for August at Monday on. The news Join us for the story and other news all, ahead at, three on we d- the PBS NewsHour coming up after the world It's two twenty one I'm Marco werman and. This is the world we were just, hearing before the break some good news about African leaders from the charismatic new, prime minister of Ethiopia who seems to be building a reputation as a peacemaker to the, elections today in Zimbabwe the first seemingly free and fair elections there, in, decades right now though a less optimistic story about. Leadership on the continent it's from Cameroon which sits? On the Atlantic right where west Africa turns into central Africa Africa's next civil war. Could be in Cameroon that's a recent headline. From the Washington Post here's what we know villages in, Cameroon are being burned and government forces, have fired on protesters the president of Cameroon Paul via address some of this during a televised speech on national Youth. Day back in February Mesh competently out my compatriots the last few years have not been easy for our country She move which has had to take off simultaneously several major challenges mainly Missing the book oh haram French in the northern region is bounded I'm VAT of armed gung eastern border, earlier this month Paul via announced he'll. Run for reelection in October keeping in is eighty six. Years old and he's been in power already for thirty. Six years that makes him the second longest serving, president in Africa but here's the thing Paul via Israeli in Cameroon he. Spends most of his time ruling the country from Switzerland or France. John McComb Bawku is, a professor at. Weber university in Ogden Utah. He's also, from Cameroon professor and bucket thanks, for being with us I mean, there's a, lot to unpack here but I. Think for Cameroon one oh one I want to, focus on president Paul Biya Paul has been called this absentee president and yet. He's probably going to be heading into his fourth decade is ruler do most Cameroonians even know he's not in the country most. Of, the time not really troubling to do better Newspapers radios and even the. Internet in Cameroon controlled, they're closely by. The government people only get. The information, that the government wants to get, so sometimes when the prisoners out, of the, country it's often quite difficult for. The ordinary person to know that the president is, not isn't it is in the country is also quite difficult to find out. If he's there primarily because the president doesn't seem to. Go out of his way to associated with ordinary people Mini supposed to interact with people so it's very difficult for common is the president is there all if he's not there So the recent, news reports out of Cameroon have been. Pretty troubling Cameroonian troops seem to have gone after, Boko haram militants. As their mandate but they've been shooting at peaceful demonstrators women and children have been attacked in a nutshell. What's going on the government is using laws against terrorism to, make difficult for people to express genuine disaffection against the govern how much of? These troops been getting orders directly from Paul whereas? Administration is there any way to know It's very difficult to know for one thing if you have, read news, narratives about Mr. beer is that A cabinet meeting. In March of this year and it was rumored that that was the first cabinet. Meeting his ending threes so not individuals are getting the instruction directly from, Mr. be very difficult to determine but we have to assume that. If you're the president of the country you're supposed to be for everything that is done in your name so even if those people, are not. Getting directions, from they're acting on his behalf. And ease the president is responsible for the behaviors those people I mean, it's quite interesting what. You say because when it comes to western governments like the United States criticizing Cameron Paul. Pallbearer for this I mean the US in these governments have their own pursuit of terror? Around, the globe do you think the US government is going to criticize Paul when civilians are getting killed actually they have been. Some criticisms by the Trump administration about the nature, of what Has gone in Cameroon they haven't been as as. Strong as anglophones would have wanted the US government to do but I think. That the problem for the us government is that on the one on the US. Government was Bobby to cooperate with them in the struggle against transnational terrorism, in west Africa but on the other hand the US must be. Aware of the fact that there are a lot of human rights abuses agrarian Cameroon especially when it spent to the burning down villages, and the. Killing of, peaceful demonstrators so that balance must. Be made by the US because the US is they want democracy in, the world that stands. For individual liberties and the country cannot simply stand silent and allow what is going on. To continue now you underscored the anglophones just now Cameroon has an English speaking part in? A, French part and the English parts of the country have been forced to assimilate How. Much has that been behind the tension and violence the reason tension and violence and Cameroon I think that is one of the most important decision factors in anglophones are behaving right now primarily. Because when they're in education, took place in nineteen sixty one they anglophones and francophones were supposed to have institutions to be respected and, anglophones way ensure or rather sure that day institutions we maintained for example they would. Continue with common law don't continue with English as a method of instruction in schools also in commercial areas and so on and so on but what has happened over the years is that they Funchal have gradually tried. To assimilate anglophones into the French system and literally 'institutions and now Human Rights Watch has raised, the alarm of human rights abuses and Cameroon if the Washington Post Headline I quoted earlier is correct if a civil war should tragically settled on Cameroon would the narrative essentially be that postcolonial Cameroon will have drawn sides in, a civil war based on who the colonial powers were I e Franson and Great Britain well yeah that would really be unfortunate because. The problem, we have in the country in. Cameroon now is that there is not that effort to engage people in actually discussing what the problem is the president. Is assuming that he understands what the problem is so I think that going forward the most important way to avoid civil war is. To sit down and go through a process in which people actually, allowed to articulate. The problems without fear Labor terrorists essence treated brutally for that Cameroonians. Will go to the, polls in October if the a, wins he could rule, to twenty twenty-five he'd be ninety three how much would they be. Victory bring Cameroon closer to civil conflict whereas most Cameroonians were hoping that mister via will, not run for another term in office but he's announced that he and the chances that you get elected a very good because many members in the. Opposition, who had planning to run again see I've been getting out. So that make it possible for wings, and so if he because then again I believe that many people in down phone parts of Cameroon are going to lose faith in the government in that they don't believe that the government would be willing to listen to them and try to solve the problems that they've been complaining about John McComb who was a. Professor at Weber university and Ogden Utah thank you very much for bringing us up to. Speed on what's. Going on in Cameroon really apprec- She added thank you, very much Appreciate the opportunity.

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"paul biya" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"paul biya" Discussed on PRI's The World

"My compatriots the last two years have been easy for. Our country. Which has had to kick up simaltaneously several major challenges, namely. Pressing the book haram France in the northern regions bound us out me. I'm that of armed guns on Istanbul order. Earlier this month. Paul Biya announced he'll run for re election in October. Keep in mind be is eighty six years old. And he's been in power already for thirty six years. That makes them a second longest serving president in Africa. But here's the thing Paul via Israeli in Cameroon, he spends most of his time ruling the country from Switzerland or France. John McComb boku is a professor at Weber university and Ogden Utah. He's also from Cameroon professor in bucket. Thanks for being with us. I mean, there's a lot to unpack here, but I think for Cameroon, one on one, I want to focus on president. Paul Biya Paul via has been called this absentee president, and yet he's probably going to be heading into his fourth decade is ruler. Do most Cameroonians even know he's not in the country most of the time, not really. Do the foul data newspapers radios aren't even intended income Rune control where closely by the government people only get information that the government wants to get. So sometimes when they prisoners out of the country, it's often quite difficult for the ordinary person to know that the president is not day isn't. It is in the country is also quite difficult to find out if he's there primarily because the president doesn't seem to go out of his way to associated with ordinary people. The way government is supposed to intact with his own people. So it's very difficult for note if that president is dead all, if he's not there. So the recent news reports out of Cameroon have been pretty troubling. Cameroonian troops seemed to have gone after Boko haram militants as their mandate, but they've been shooting at peaceful demonstrators. Women and children have been attacked in a nutshell, what's going on the government. Is using laws against terrorism to make it difficult for people to express genuine, a disaffection against the government. How much of these troops been getting orders directly from Paul b o, whereas administration, is there any way to know where it's it's very difficult to know for one thing. If you have read a news narratives about Mr. beer is that he hill a cabinet meeting in much of this year, and it was rumored that that was the first cabinet meeting his end in threes. So whether or not individuals againing structure directly from Mr. be has very difficult to determine. But we have to assume that if you're the president of the country, you're responsible for everything that is done in your name. So even if those people are not getting directions from him, they're acting on his behalf, and it is the president. He is responsible for the behavior of those people. I mean, it's quite interesting what you say. Because when it comes to western governments. Like the United States criticizing Cameroon. Paul be for this. I mean, US in these governments have their own pursuit of terror around the globe. Do you think the US government is going to criticize Paul when civilians are getting killed? Actually, they have been some criticisms by the Trump administration about the nature of what is going income ruined. They haven't been as as strong as anglophones would have wanted the US government to do. But I think that the problem for the us government is that on the one on the US government wants to cooperate with them in this struggle against transnational terrorism in west Africa. But on the other hand, the US must be aware of the fact that there are a lot of human rights abuses agrarian Cameroon, especially when it spent to the burning down villages and the killing of peaceful demonstrators. So that balance must be made by the US because..

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"paul biya" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"paul biya" Discussed on PRI's The World

"But lo and behold, when he showed up in high field that kassy's votes those who are gathered there to cast their own vote, chanting his name and calling him a hero that for me, that was one of the remarkable things of today to see him casting his vote for the opposition as it said and him being cheered like a hero as he was leaving. And he acknowledged that he raises fists. He clapped his hands and then entities black limousine and left. Robert Mugabe doesn't seem to go away just seems to continue to be able to. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Still still looming Leuven shatter. Chatrel miles tend to associate professor in African politics at Oxford University speaking with us from Harare in Zimbabwe. Thank you very much for having me take care more from Africa, unsettling news from Cameroon that's coming up after the break. You're listening to the world. I'm Marco werman and this is the world. We were just hearing before the break, some good news about African leaders from the charismatic new prime minister of Ethiopia, who seems to be building a reputation as a peacemaker to the elections today in Zimbabwe, the first seemingly free and fair elections there in decades right now, though, a less optimistic story about leadership on the continent. It's from Cameroon which sits on the Atlantic right? Where west Africa turns into central Africa Africa's next civil war could be in Cameroon. That's a recent headline from the Washington Post. Here's what we know villages in Cameroon are being burned, and government forces have fired on protesters, the president of Cameroon. Paul Biya address some of this during a televised speech on national Youth Day back in February mesh average competent..

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"paul biya" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

WLRH 89.3 HD3

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"paul biya" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

"To put up with a fake book and handled it well and so will he the president is due back at the white house today after spending the weekend of the camp david presidential retreat meeting with top congressional republicans and several cabinet members the main secessionist movement in cameroon's english speaking area says its leader has been detained in neighboring nigeria and bears have had the acquisced arc to reports a group accuses armed men of abducting him as he chaired a meeting in the nigerian capital a statement from the secessionist movement seeking an independent state in majority frenchspeaking cameroon's and defend region says its lead us to judaize are you cabby and nine others were seized while holding talks friday in a hotel in applejack it blames cameroon's eighty four year old francophone president paul biya and his quits henchman for killings in englishspeaking areas and warms they will be held to account for many months left in antigovernment protests and unrest in these regions which complain them marginalized by cameroon's frenchspeaking majority last month the president vowed to end attacks by separatists he described as a band of terrorists or februirk stockton npr news that guy and prowashington this is npr news iran's revolutionary guards say the ronnie and people in the country security forces have put an end to the antigovernment protests that have gripped the country guard issued a statement today blaming the unrest on the us israel and saudi arabia as well as on an opposition group that's been exiled officials say at least twenty one people were killed in clashes and hundreds were detained during the protests that were sparked by anger of the economy the spotlight on tonight's golden globes red carpet will be more on what fashion designers were are showcasing then you'll carson reports of many are expected to wear black to the ceremony to show their support for times up a group that set up a legal fund to help victims of sexual misconduct the accusations against former film producer harvey weinstein opened the floodgates to charges again other hollywood heavyweights former major players have been written out of shows or snub denominations hosts seth meyer's said on the today show how he and his riding staff plan to navigate what he calls the elephant in the room definitely argun nor it try to figure out how to address live in a.

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"paul biya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"paul biya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Formal negotiations a crew of thirty two people are missing after an iranian oil tanker collided with a bulk freighter and caught fire off china's eastern coast today spilling oil into the sea npr's rob schmitz reports thirty iranians and two bangladeshis are missing from the tanker which we still afloat but on fire one hundred and sixty miles off the coast of shanghai authorities from china and south korea are aiding in the rescue and cleanup efforts the panamaregistered tanker was sailing from iran to south korea late saturday when it collided with a hong kong registered freighter carrying grain from the united states all twenty one crew members of that freighter all chinese nationals were rescued it wasn't clear what caused the collision the size of the oil slick was also not immediately known but the oil tanker was carrying nearly a million barrels of condensate type of ultralight oil according to chinese authorities rob schmitz npr news shanghai president trump is again pushing back against the new book about his first year in office in his latest tweet posted this morning he says ronald reagan had to put up with a fake book and handled it well and so will he the president is due back at the white house today after spending the weekend at the camp david presidential retreat meeting with top congressional republicans and several cabinet members the main secessionist movement in cameroon's english speaking area says its leader has been detained a neighboring nigeria bears if they'd be acquisced dark to reports a group accuses armed men of abducting him as he chaired a meeting in the nigerian capital a statement from the secessionist movement seeking an independent state in majority frenchspeaking cameroon's entertain beacon says it se sukwoo judas iook debbie and nine of his was seized while holding talks friday in a hotel in apple asia it blames cameroon's eighty four year old francophone president paul biya and his quits henchman for killings in englishspeaking areas and warms they will be held to account for many months there have been antigovernment protests and unrest in these regions which complain that marginalized by cameroon's frenchspeaking majority last month the president vowed to end attacks by separatists he described as a band of terrorists or februirk with stockton npr news that guy down from washington this is npr news and this is wnyc's in new york i'm david first the bitter cold that has gripped.

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"paul biya" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"paul biya" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Gin had to put up with a fake book and handled it well and so will he the president is due back at the white house today after spending the weekend at the camp david presidential retreat meeting with top congressional republicans and several cabinet members the main secessionist movement in cameroon's english speaking area says its leader has been detained in neighboring nigeria and bears if it'd be acquisced dark to reports a group accuses armed men of abducting him as he chaired a meeting in the nigerian capital a statement from the secessionist movement seeking an independent state in majority frenchspeaking cameroon's and defend beacon says its lead us he sukwoo judas iook debbie and nine others was seized while holding talks friday in a hotel in applejack it blames cameroon's eighty four year old francophone president paul biya and his quit henchman for killings in englishspeaking areas in warms they will be held to account for many months that have been antigovernment protests and unrest in these regions which complained them marginalized by cameroon's frenchspeaking majority last month the president vowed to end attacks by separatists he described as a band of terrorists or feb akwa stockton npr news that guy down from washington this is npr news iran's revolutionary guards say the iranian people in the country's security forces have put an end to the antigovernment protests that have gripped the country guard issued a statement today blaming the unrest on the us israel and saudi arabia as well as on an opposition group that's been exiled officials say at least twenty one people were killed in clashes and hundreds were detained during the protests set were sparked by anger of the economy the spotlight to on tonight's golden globes red carpet will be more on what fashion designers were are showcasing then you'll carson reports of many are expected to wear black to the ceremony to show their support for times up a group that set up a legal fund to help victims of sexual misconduct the accusations against former film producer harvey weinstein opened the floodgates to charges against other hollywood heavyweights former major players have been written out of shows are snubbed denominations hosts seth meyer's sat on the today show how he and his writing.

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"paul biya" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"paul biya" Discussed on WTMA

"Of fide there were dozens of deaths hundreds of detentions and arrest the internet was cut for more than ninety days the government agreed to open a dialogue these attempts failed to yet none of this is increased particularly surprising for cameroon this is a country that has become increasingly antagonistic towards dissent over the past decade journalists have been jailed descent has been repeatedly quashed in under the guise of fighting terror sound familiar this government and its security forces have been able to get away with a litany of dubious behaviour towards its own their salient role in the fight against boko haram and europe's fear of losing business to china has granted cameroon a reprieve from international scrutiny so much so the comorants president paul biya who has been there since like 19 eighty just pretends that none of these issues even exist the question is not whether free anglophone state should exist this is a debate which anglophones have been having are having themselves and it's not for me is the author here to prescribe what is clear is that as the people grow more for us treated and feel increasingly ignored the desire for an independent state or for returned to federal is and will only grow out of repression curtailing of rights or communication will halt that and as we saw in cambodia recently the oppression actually moves people against the state is certainly does there are people that have now change their minds and cameroon about how they feel about staying with the government because they're you know people they know been shot so that's the the latest from cameroon you're welcome to share your thoughts take control of the airwaves here whether you want to talk about the session or whatever happens to be on your mind on away tonight we got johnny raise game of the wherever he's got a new game that uh that he's into so tells about that and you can take control of the airwaves here you can.

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"paul biya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"paul biya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hundred thousand uk customers stranded abroad want more details from david domfront britain civil aviation authorities said that monarch airlines had been placed into immediate administration the largest uk based airline ever to face such a demonized the government says it will help to secure a fleet of thirty aircraft flying q dozens of mediterranean resorts to bring an estimated one hundred thousand stranded passengers home three hundred thousand future bookings have also been canceled the collapse of monnet come shortly after europe's biggest airline ryanair was forced to cancel hundreds of flights due to a shortage of pilots world news from the bbc a new financial service in japan has concluded that confidence among the country's manufacturers has jumped to its highest level in a decade the bank of japan's quartely survey of more than ten thousand companies showed up to me is the man business conditions were improving on the back of strong exports the report port come three weeks before the japanese general elections the president of cameroon paul biya has said he condemns violence and all sides after police shot dead at least eight people during protests by englishspeaking secessionists the unrest came on the fifty six dan the verse three of the incorporation of the anger glen phone region into cameroon james kopp no reports activists had called for the release of prisoners who had been arrested in a series of protests over the last year the mayor of komo told the bbc the protest as raise the flag of a secessionist movement in symbolic places in colombo including at the king's palace what started as a movement for greater ride it's has turned into a mole fullthroated demand for independence something the cameroonian government will not accept police in canada's say the man they have arrested on suspicion of starting a police officer and injuring four pedestrians and edmond to now berretta was known to them for believing in extremist ideology they say this on spanked a somali refugee who was most likely working alone the man drove a car at a police officer and then attacked him with a knife later a van hit four people a sikh politician jagmeet singh has been elected leader.

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"paul biya" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"paul biya" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Whole thing well he met with this woman and she she said she had information on hillary and never talked about hillary and the meeting and i've talked to people that have talked to the not one word about hillary was spoken and was all about this one act but yeah you have real instances are real collusion with foreign operatives in the hillary campaign in you avenue even heard about it is that would argue that's why shows like this are needed i would argue that's why shows like this are under fire i would i argue that's why shows people on the left one shows like this cancelled an attack or advertisers and get us off the air and it goes on to say that we've learned from both of our own investigation in public reports that the participants in the meeting misrepresented who they weren't who they work for meaning that donald trump jr meaty specifically we've learned that the person who sought the meeting is associated with fusion gps which is a perma recording to all the republic reports retained by the democratic operatives to develop op research using a foreigner this guy steel on the commission now those developments do raise serious issues as to who authorized and participated in any effort by russian nationals the influence our election except it's the democrats i have been telling you everything is upside down and topsyturvy it should be colmey it should be the deep state it should be hillary clinton and should be loretta lynch it should be all of these investigations do need to be happening there are real crimes that have been committed here no crimes committed by the trump people at all nothing that i see it all is inappropriate with the meeting had no idea what this meant and a media literally wedding there pants at the notion in the idea that they can get donald trump after all he has a hand phobia after all is a stairs and rand paul biya after all he takes two scoops of ice cream rather than one.

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"paul biya" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"paul biya" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"President meant a type negative press coverage but the co va tweet stayed up for almost six were a case of chivalry or a phobia a theory about why president trump grabbed the british prime minister's head and now getting me thumbs down cnn's jim ethics length all of us whether it be not shaking the german chancellor handle clutching the hand of britain's prime minister president trump's hand seem to end up in headlines french since the bbc headline donald trump is scared of stairs scare case short on one british paper back when president trump took prime minister may hand is thing navigated a ramp that the white house badmouth paul biya a fear of ramp since stairs when asked if the president has fear of stairs or white house spokesperson said no offense but this is an absurd question the russian investigation seems to be taking toll prison trump according to sources who speak with him in a general way they saving is not agreeing with president is gains way according to the sources nanya we have a challenge for you we'd like you to spell a word it has recently become popular not sure if you're familiar with it or if you know the definition you know the word costa affect commission please definition is an anonymous word made up by the forty fifth president of the united states in a late night tweet language of language of origin jewish gibberish hard news roundup and information overload hour here on the sean hannity show our toll free telephone number's eight hundred nine four one sean you want to be a part of the program does the president have a handful beer throws the president ever rampants steers phobia if you're against the president does he take two scoops of ice cream and not one scoop of ice cream and of course can you spell fathy it is a late night term that was made an oppressed by the president in a late night tweet this shows that the president is unhinged joe emeka say and that he's really a gounon a thug and our schmuck as they say on nbc news and of course the nonstop everpresent total complete doublestandard obsession with russia russia russia while ignoring all of the things that i laid out earlier which is detailed evidence concrete evidence even the politico got it of the.

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