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"pedro sanchez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On a day like this I would look at the Bloomberg imap function SPX I'm app and you just see how much green is out there so really a lot of broad based buying You teach me how to use the terminal It's been here for more than a year and I still feel like I've barely scratched the surface Unfortunately unfortunately I got you to answer all my questions I will show you I will show you either way That's the way today is Jamie Dimon jumping on board the get jab or lose your job basically Yeah that's actually happening And I think we're going to see that happen more and more with other companies We're also hearing from Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez saying that Europe should consider the possibility of treating COVID-19 as an endemic illness That's familiar given that we've heard similar things from lawmakers across the world And I feel like you always bring that up with anybody we talk to in the healthcare community I was like is this we have to start thinking more from go from pandemic to pandemic Well let's get into it with Brian granny chief executive officer at Atlantic health system Atlantic health system serving nearly 5 million people throughout 11 New Jersey county 7 hospitals 17,000 team members nearly 5000 physicians Brian's great to have you back with us How are you Great Thank you Great to talk to you guys again Hey Brian one of the things where I want to start with you is just an update from the hospitals and what you're seeing there Just give us the numbers and how full they are how under stress they are Sure So in our hospitals today we have over a little over 500 patients and program we have at hospital at home another hundred Now to give you some comparison that compares to about 902 hundred when we were at the beginning of the pandemic We're about half of where we were Despite the fact that cases have spiked dramatically who are the people who are being hospitalized with COVID right now Quite frankly the bulk of the people that are getting hospitalized have not been either completely vaccinated or boosted And let's just let me give you a number to think about 14 of the patients that we have in our hospitals today and I told you that the aggregate number have had a COVID and a booster What that tells me is get your vaccines get your booster and there's a very slight probability you're going to end up in a hospital So 14 of the hundreds of patients you have who are hospitalized with breakthroughs right So what that is Yeah yeah And that's a very low number So my plea to anybody that listens is this thing is real Get your COVID booster and that's going to relieve the pressure we have in our hospitals The numbers do you feel like they're peaking Yes The last week or so we've been flat at around this 500 number and are modeling really shows us that we're going to go down in the next week or two And if it follows a pattern that is occurred in other countries you're going to see a precipitous drop and every morning when I get up and look at our data pray that that's starting How are emergency rooms doing Like if you go to an emergency room in the Atlantic health system are you seeing quickly Emergency rooms are very stressed not just at Atlantic but in every area where we have this high COVID level of activity And one of the reasons is people are using it as a testing center And that was very apparent two weeks ago because you got to remember we're in week four right now of this what I call 5th search And so what we've had to do in order to decant those emergency departments has put testing sites outside the emergency departments and also create them throughout our communities And we now have over 15 centers So our EDs are still very busy but not as crazy as it was two weeks ago So Brian you know shocking we all think about it Here we are in our third year of this And we're talking about pandemic two endemic and maybe that is a way to manage it more But how do you see it What are your thoughts You've got a plan You've got a massive system You've got a team What are your biggest struggles right now We talk a lot about the shortage of healthcare workers What are your biggest concerns for this year What are your biggest hopes My biggest concern in my biggest hope is that people get vaccinated and they get boosted If we do those simple things it's going to affect all aspects of this getting people back into restaurants getting people back into their offices as well as decanting the healthcare system But we've got the tools now If you think about this back when this pandemic started the glimmer of a vaccine and the glimmer of half antivirals was almost impossible to imagine And we have that today So we just got to get people to use the use of technology we have in the innovation that we have And this thing will then become endemic And we can treat it like a flu Would you say that any of your hospitals are overwhelmed right now Our hospitals are very very busy and our teams have been doing an incredible job Because you've got a couple of this with the fact that team members are getting sick also because this is endemic I'll throw another quick number out at you We run we run testing for both asymptomatic meaning people who have no symptoms might want to go somewhere and symptomatic patients the spread on that is only 5% in terms of positivity If your symptomatic and you get tested it's about 35% If you're asymptomatic it's about 30% So this virus is in the community look to your left look to your right You're going to see somebody that's had COVID or has COVID And because of that I think that that is a huge huge drag on everything Brian quickly 20 seconds Have you had COVID I have not had COVID Okay Well let's hopefully keep it that way Tim and I same thing Fingers crossed I could have had it at the beginning I would have no idea That's the same I know That's how I felt Brian You always give us great insight.
French President Macron isolating after positive coronavirus test
"Steve Inskeep. Good morning. Emmanuel Macron. The president of France has tested positive for the coronavirus. MPR's Eleanor Beardsley is in Paris. Hi, Eleanor. Hi, stave. How is he? Well, he said to be fine so far, but he has some symptoms and the Elysee Palace is that's why I gotta test this morning. He's going to be isolating for a week, and he's continuing his schedule of meetings today but by videoconference, and obviously he's canceled his lunch for today. Now his wife, French first lady Brigitte Macron, is also in isolation. She's a bit older than he is. She's 67 My call is 42. You know, French media is all abuzz now about who he could have gotten it from and who we may have given it to, and the French prime minister has already gone into isolation. And so has the Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sanchez, who had lunch with Macron on Monday. He's said to be isolating until Christmas Eve. Okay. How seriously had the French president been taking the virus? Steve very seriously. He's had different approach than some of the other world leaders who have gotten it like Boris Johnson, British Prime minister. Our President Donald Trump and the Brazilian president. Fireball so narrow to name a few. They were very cavalier. They even poo pooed it. They never wore masks. Macron is always seen wearing a mask. You know, he's stressed that every decision he's made has been with huddling with the country's top scientist, Steve not really not not literally huddling then when good, but anyway, you talks with them going exactly And you know, France has been one of the hardest hit countries in the world and in Europe right after Italy and Britain with deaths, it's been bad. The country's just come out of a second national lockdown that reduced the daily rate from 60,000 to 14,000 cases a day. But people are still being urged to take precaution. There's an eight PM overnight curfew now, in effect, people are being told where your mask at the Christmas dinner table, you know you go outside. You don't see anybody who's not wearing a mask, even outside in the streets. And I think you know, the Elise a palace is emphasizing the fact that macron someone extremely careful who's closely watch. He's still got it. That means the virus is still out there circulating everyone is vulnerable circulating. Although 14,000 cases a day that's a much lower rate than the United States, even when you adjust for population and so forth, Francis Not in the worst position in the world, but still here they are with the president. Testing positive are the French authorities in a position to distribute a vaccine soon as we're seeing in the United States and Britain and elsewhere, well, watching that going on in the U. S and Britain everybody wants to hear the government has outlined his strategy. Elderly homes, first health care workers to By the end of the spring, it says, you know, all non vulnerable public will be vaccinated. You know, the European Medicines agency. That's the use equivalent to the FDA has not approved of icing the vaccine, the father buying tech vaccine, It's going to be done soon. France already has more than a million doses on order for the end of December. The EU and macron they want to for that. You two start vaccinating, you know, simultaneously altogether very important Symbolic. Germany has mentioned the date of December 27th so it may be taking place around them. But in the French case, they're just saying, we have our own process. We want to be careful. Here. We need a few more days and weeks. Is that right? Well, it's the European Medicines Agency that has to to to approve this vaccine, and everyone is waiting on that right now, and people are starting to trumpet the bed. It needs to happen soon. But you know, everyone is told him to told to be very careful until the vaccine comes. But it is being promised this month. They're gonna began vaccinating Eleanor. Thanks. Thank you, Steve. That's NPR's Eleanor
Brexit talks continue
"Let's get started with. Brexit talks in brussels with jim sam. Jim was speaking on friday morning after a marathon summit session last night. I hope you've had a coffee. What if anything's happened so far on subjects of brexit summit and to be honest not a lot so the you leaders spent all night. He said up debating something quite different actually rather than discussing tariffs with the uk on fish. Quotas they were discussing coal mines and emission targets with poland's is wool sores objecting or has been objecting to some new environmental missions so dot swell emmanuel macron amoco and their colleagues spent all. Doing that was a very very brief point. On brexit's warning us live on july in the european commission. President debrief them on had dinner with boris. Johnson elliott is week. it was understandably very downbeat. She said she didn't want to put a percentage on it but at the moment it looks like there's a higher probability of a no deal outcome and the deal but the negotiations would continue to day in over the weekend and of you would be taken on sunday so that's where we are. No leaders intervened forty. 'cause it wasn't planned that they would but it was. Maybe they were to knock it to you to be on this by this point but it is telling actually how little brexit was summit nita. Angela merkel no emmanuel macron nor sponge prime minister pedro sanchez mentioned brexit. All when they arrived at summit yesterday when they listed all the topics that we're going to be discussed and sean michelle also made a point of saying that there will be no long discussion on brexit. And michelle is european council president. He's the one chairing the meeting. So brexit very deliberately pushed to the margins is not a good thing from boris. Johnson's puerto rico. The leaders didn't seem to discuss it much. I think it's a sign that at dinner. Didn't yield a breakthrough and it's a sign. The moment leaders all happening to continue living in the hands. The negotiators dating the eu is resigned to a no deal yet and i think the ease wed no deal would have serious consequences for both sides but also sense on the east side that the brits always obsessed with summits that was obsessed with getting beyond brussels in some way i think dream. Uk scenario is just hammering out directly with mr. macron. Mrs michael and i think the eu is basically denying the uk dots. The was saying we are not going to let this topic common and take over gender. We have other stuff to worry about
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Today eight business is forced to make sacrifices by the new restrictions. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR news Rome and I'm Lucy a. Barnaby This in Barcelona, where a second state of emergency was declared the Sunday and a nationwide perfume from 11 P.m. to 6 A.m. was put into place. You know you don't buy your Spaniard In a televised address, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said Spain and Europe are completely immersed in a second wave of the pandemic. He gave Spain 17 autonomous regions. The ability to limit mobility. So far, five have closed their borders. The state of emergency will last 15 days, but Sanchez is hoping to have enough parliamentary support to prolong it until April of next year. While the daily that three is much lower than what it was at the peak of the pandemic when nearly 1000 debts were being reported a day hospitalizations are rising at the rate continues to rise. Spain's health emergency chief Fernando Simone said hospitals could collapse by mid November. Under the first state of emergency declared in March, Spain had one of the world's strictest confinement rules. For three months. People weren't allowed to leave their homes except for going to work to a doctor's appointment to buy food or walk the dog. Cases were brought down to almost a trickle by the end of June, when the state of emergency was lifted, But some Spaniards are now left wondering how the situation has gotten out of hand yet again. In Barcelona. Hundreds of people protested against the curfew on Monday evening, asking for an increase in funding for public services instead of restrictive measures for NPR news. I'm Lucy a Bana villas in Barcelona. This is NPR news. Traffic.
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"County, creating long drives for many voters. Early voting is expected to limit long lines during the pandemic. Still, with only nine days, New York has the shortest early voting period in the country functions. Alex Hogan, France has recalled its ambassador from Turkey after Turkey's president, Erdogan said his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron, Native mental treatment over his attitude toward Muslims and Islam. Macron's office called the comments unacceptable, saying outrage and insult or not a method. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News podcasts Network alone Marino and stare walls. I'll tell you what. Trump has no political option but to proceed if he left it open. Biden was going to use it the way Trump used the Scalia C 2016 no doubt about it. Also, that's what his voters want right. Trump's base would not want him to chance losing the seat. They would be very angry with the president, he said. We'll just see what happened. They want this subscribe and listen now by going to a fox news podcasts dot com We're a nation founded on principles on freedom with leaders who changed the course of human civilization. When we take part in democracy, we control our destiny. We exercise our rights and hold our leaders accountable and we always speak our mind. We may be separated by issues, but we're united by a common truth. America's ultimate power. Lies in her people. Democracy 2020, It's in your hands. Fox News America is watching. Pope Francis has met with the Spanish prime minister at the Vatican, which has had a rash of covert 19 infections confirmed in recent days. Neither Francis nor Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez wore masks while.
Dutch hospital airlifts patients to Germany amid virus surge
"A Dutch hospital airlifted patients to Germany because of a virus surge helicopter rises into a blue sky carrying a Koga 19 patients from the Netherlands to German intensive care. First such international airlift since the global pandemic first threatened to swamp that's hospitals in the spring. In regions across the continent on absence of noise, who set it to underscore the extent of the resurgence of the virus as major cities from Rome to Paris, rain in nightlife and other activities as part of increasingly drastic measures in Spain. Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez publicly appeals for the country to pull together to defeat the new Corona bar. Serge people the most Lord Lord, I'm Charles live
Dutch hospital airlifts patients to Germany amid virus surge
"A Dutch hospital airlifted patients to Germany because of a virus surge helicopter rises into a blue sky carrying a Koga 19 patients from the Netherlands to German intensive care. First such international airlift since the global pandemic first threatened to swamp Dutch hospitals in the spring. In regions across the continent on absence of noise, who set it to underscore the extent of the resurgence of the virus as major cities from Rome to Paris, rain in nightlife and other activities as part of increasingly drastic measures in Spain. Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez publicly appeals for the country to pull together to defeat the new Corona bar Serge
Dutch hospital airlifts patients to Germany amid virus surge
"The Dutch hospital has airlifted patients to Germany amid a virus surge helicopter rises into a blue sky parents could get nineteen patients from the Netherlands to a German intensive care unit the first such international ended since the global pandemic first threatened to swamp the hospitals in the spring in regions across the continent an absence of noise was set to go on to school the extent to the resurgence of the virus as major cities from Rome to Paris radiant nightlife and other activities as part of increasingly drastic measures that's pretty much a menace in Spain's prime minister Pedro Sanchez publicly appeals for the country to pull together to defeat the new coronavirus surge people emotional adult I'm if I'm chosen to live this month
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on When in Spain
"If you sign up at $5 or more you will get access to bonus when in Spain content and that's enough of that. So let's get into the interview with William chislet khong My first question to him was house Peyton changed beyond all recognition comparing today modern Spain with Spain just after the death of Franco and the transition to democracy. So that's Thursday. We pick up the conversation. In nineteen eighty-two Alonzo get the Deputy Prime Minister that said we're going to change the Spain so much she'll be completely unrecognizable. Is it unrecognizable now? So unrecognizable. It means that you know, many of many of the things that we enjoy about spray will no longer be here economically. It is unrecognisable. Although tourism is still off the industry here as it was an 82 we no longer have any steel plant. I think I'm right in saying we have a flourishing car industry, which was in its infancy. Well not quite know maybe say it's life lessons in eighty-two now, it's very much in his adulthood. But essentially politically it also unrecognizable. We have 16 parties in Parliament. I don't know how long run eighty-two but I don't think there were 16, but of course, we now have a very unstable Parliament many Spaniards urine for the time when we either had a p p government or apathetic government care phone number. Perhaps with an absolute majority those days. I think I've gone forever you think so. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We have a coalition the moment which many people don't realise motor is now the only country in the e u has not had a coalition government in the last forty years and Spain now has one and has had one for not very long and and as you can see it's a fairly squabbling Coalition, which I suppose by definition Coalition governments tend to be but this one seems to be pulling in different directions and put a missing socialist for example, but Amos wants to get rid of the monarchy says it publicly which I think is absolute disaster Don Pedro Sanchez either is unable or unwilling to sort of call order and say Hey, you know, you're in the government. We are a government supposed to monarchy. You should be saying these things that's quite a good segue to take us up today. The challenge is that Spain faces structural changes and you've written quite extensively on this. I'd like to start with education. I think in your opinion this is a kind of root of many problems in Spanish society and Spanish economy. Today is the education system tons of reforms over the years but really in practice doesn't seem to change very much. What are the problems that you see with the education system explain. This is a country that has a an early School Leaving rate by that. I mean those who reach the age of Sixteen which is legal age when you can leave school of 17% at the moment at the height of the boom. Up until 2008 the early School Leaving rate was 32% So in other words one in three sixteen-year-olds in I think it was 2007 had left school at sixteen. Most of them were not going on to do what obviously they weren't going to University because you got going University is going to succeed..
Coronavirus: EU leaders start third day of recovery talks
"A summit of European Union leaders in Brussels. We'll reconvene on Sunday for an unplanned third day as they're trying to reach agreement on an economic stimulus package on DH there next budget. From Brussels. Here's Kevin Connolly, the Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sanchez, so the talks were intense on the vast amount of money in play 1.8 trillion euros over seven years. Means the political stakes are very high. Wealthier countries like Austria and the Netherlands want Co vered recovery helped to come more in the form of loans than grants and to be given in return for economic reforms. The state's likely to receive hope in southern and Eastern Europe present the idea of supervision or scrutiny by Richard Partners. Some sort of compromise now seems to be within reach, but it's certainly not
Spain begins 10-day mourning period for coronavirus victims
"On Wednesday Spain began ten days of mourning for its corona virus victims a minute silence was held to commence the mourning process prime minister Pedro Sanchez and other low will make his took part in the Spanish parliament health workers and other citizens also stopped activities to honor those that have lost their lives the country has suffered more than twenty seven thousand deaths from covert nineteen the official morning until June the fifth is the longest in Spain since the restoration of democracy in the late nineteen
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on KOMO
"The governor called the critical benchmark the daily death tally peaked at seven hundred ninety nine on April eighth in Europe Spain is gradually reopening Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez says soccer will resume on June eighth Dave Packer ABC news homeowners one thousand FM ninety seven seven high markers for here at eleven thirty one let's get you caught up now the top local stories from the call twenty four seven news center earlier this week on the news sharing with you that see fair is a no goal for this year everything will be back in twenty twenty one Memorial Day weekend a popular hit due to the fact that was one of the only festivals left the Seattle center that was free admission thanks to your donations is a northwest folklife festival kicks off today there's a bit of a twist of course it's all online because the cold at nineteen the offensive performances will be streamed and what a line up they have instead of tickets people will be asked to make a donation when they enter the site and again they've really developed a great idea this year and where to go to all the entertainers for willing to be a part of it if you like to have a link to it we have it at our website have a look when you get a chance to come on news dot com slash hot links the thirty three foot boat that sank to the bottom box Friday afternoon everyone able to get off the boat right now secured at the side wall there in the salmon bay side of the locks the good thing is still in fresh water not the salt water crews are working to salvage that boat so far department set up by the oil boom around the vessel no leaks of any fuel were told see tech airport usually swarming with travelers Memorial Day weekend nothing even close this year as you can imagine Thomas Cole Miller went to the airport the latest here on social distancing efforts which are under way at sea tac airport traveler makes her way through sea tac where as of late it looks more like a ghost town in one of the nation's busiest airports it's a bit of a shock for some like Kayla Dahlin.
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Get ready service back in mid March prime minister Pedro Sanchez has used a state of emergency as the legal framework with which to implement the the very strict lockdown which is being place ever since then and every two weeks he goes to Congress to request a new extension of the state of emergency in there for an extension of the lockdown until now there hadn't been too much of a problem for him but over the last few days supports for his lockdown extension had started to flake away from other policies as they started to express opposition to this particularly the main opposition popular policy and how it looks as if this extension to the state of emergency might be in jeopardy today there's gonna be a votes later on this evening what's it does look as if he off the Simpson lost minutes negotiations with other parties prime minister Sanchez does appear to have just enough support to get this through and where are we with infection and death rates in Spain well they they have a folding vice affections and daily deaths have you fully very stately really since the beginning of April when at one point we were saying nearly a thousand deaths every day that has been falling for example yesterday the daily deaths for the previous twenty four hours was a hundred and eighty five that's the kind of figure that we've been seeing over the last week or so and infections are now that's that around two hundred and twenty thousand but does have to be falling very steadily as well but the government's the main maintains of the lockdown in place although it is still it is starting to lift some restrictions his coat in Madrid you're listening to the news from here on the BBC world service then yeah as headlines the sock tens of thousands of students have returned to school for the first time in the Chinese province of who paid whether corona virus outbreak began the United Nations has appeals to southeast Asian countries to allow boats packed with Mahindra migrants to talk to prevent possibly hundreds of people losing their lives industrial orders for German goods have fallen to their lowest level since records began in nineteen ninety one and scientists say they can now explain with confidence the process that causes the earth's magnetic poles to move we'll have more on that later but first climate texts that say because of the pandemic this year will see the biggest decline in carbon emissions ever recorded emissions from the use of fossil fuels are expected to fall by up to eight percent a drop which could be six times bigger than that recorded during the financial crisis back in two thousand and eight not to be too click is a co founder of the Pacific institute in California without a doubt we've seen some remarkable improvements in the environment during this terrible pandemic we saw this in China very early when their quality improved we've seen it in India in the United States all over the world we've seen some of these temporary improvements in air quality as our economies have have suffered but the key point is that they are temporary and has the pandemic winds down when it does has our economy's ramp up unless we're smart we're gonna go right back to the same kind of polluting economy we had a few months ago will not arise on violent correspondent Matt can you put this into perspective for as many houses stained with the fulls have to be to have an impact on climate change yes it's a staggeringly high bar action not arena we can all see that because there's less air travel and there's this car's road the missions are going down and the question is this this year they may go down between four and eight percent but to keep temperatures from rising more than one point five degrees Celsius this century and a level that scientists say is is the the base we need to keep to to avoid the worst impacts them the census also say we need a reduction of seven point six percent every year in admissions for the next decade I'm the professor who I speak to about this they say that if we get about a five percent reduction we have to continue doing this all the way up to twenty two fifty so that's quite S. as staggeringly tough bars I said depends obviously on how countries respond to the cover cover the emergency that would be the big debate in the days weeks to come but with rock thirty years of progress in protecting animals in Africa could be wiped out because of covert nineteen that's the view of the man who runs the conservation charity tusk Charlie Mayhew says thousands of staffers and Rangers are being laid off because of the plunging tourism in Africa which is worth about thirty billion dollars a year he says he's already seeing a decline in the number of ranger patrols protecting wildlife and vast numbers of newly unemployed people desperate to poach animals in order to survive the BBC's commercial reports in a helicopter scouring the vast plains of northwest province South Africa is Niko Jacobs way out on a call for rhinos that was poached he's the founder of nonprofit organization right now nine one one which points in transport injured riders to safety bring the backside first the calls they find is two months old her mother was found dead with a horn hacked off the coffee sedated her always bondage to make the journey less traumatic she's the fourth often have rescued in the last month pressure on Africa's wildlife is relentless it is getting much worse the tourism industry has collapsed both numbers of people losing their jobs many are now starting to page to put food on the table what has picked up significantly ease the meter and game poaching eggs that is where people go into the parks and reserves and you know go in with dogs incipio's to actually kill toward a whole crew do impala before meet for bush meat that they then sell in the foothills of mount Kenya a team of field ranges in fatigues wearing masks and carrying weapons climb into a truck and head out to patrol they'll coding a label a reserve that's the jewel in the crown of the tusk trust that protecting some of the world's most critically endangered species including the black rhino along with elephant cheetah lion and leopard but the cancellation of fundraising events and the loss of tourism revenue means the tusk trust is set to lose around two million dollars this year Charlie may he was the chief executive this is definitely the biggest threat that we seem to the conservation wild yeah we've had the the real pressure from the illegal wildlife trade I that is ongoing it's a constant battle the global lockdown hasn't stopped the international criminal gangs they have a negative rhino horn is more valuable than gold all heroin it's tempting for someone now after the job yeah that's the number one but he could tell us that when it was on to new E. is from the labour Conservancy way that coffee does making decision last season once these guys I know they don't have a job the one time income they may want to try other things that may be causing that I know personally find and send a post office fall for them because a lot of money to protect the iconic wildlife in Africa from humans that money it seems is now drawing up sure portion this is the newsroom Danielle has some of the stories from his desk south Korea's intelligence agency has said rumors about Kim jong-un's health were groundless and there were no signs he had heart surgery the north Korean leader recently went twenty days without appearing in public and miss the celebration of his grandfather's birthday one of the country's biggest events of the year some media reports claimed he was gravely ill or even dead but he then appeared as a fertilizer factory apparently in good health a U. K. government advise own coronavirus has resigned after a British newspaper broke how to report of a woman said to be his married lover visited his home in lockdown professor Neil Ferguson whose advice to the prime minister leads to the UK locked down said he regretted undermining the messages on social distancing and admitted an error of judgment in the US state of Georgia the case of an unarmed black man who was shot dead while joking is set to go to a grand jury Ahmed Obree was killed in February his family and campaign as a furious that the two suspects have been arrested or charged China Gallagher reports graphic video footage has emerged which appears to show the moment almost operate was shocked at the twenty five year old can be seen joking they're white pickup truck and two armed men there's some kind of confrontation and three gunshots can be heard the two men have been identified as Gregory met Michael a former police officer and district attorney's investigator and his son Travis they say they believe the victim was a burglar and say he attacks Travis met Michael Lewis a missed obvious family say he was murdered and targeted solely because of his race and killed without justification after the video emerged around a hundred people protested in the neighborhood where the shooting took place public figures have expressed outrage including Joe Biden he says Mr Aubrey was killed in cold blood now the prosecutor assigned to investigate the case wants it to go to a grand jury who will decide if the suspects are charged but with colts not set to reopen until at least mid June it could be months before decision is made portion there was a battle going on beneath our feet it's hot violent earned involves billions of tons of molten iron scientists cannot say with more confidence how it's affecting our navigation systems will Jonathan Amos is art science correspondent explained yeah this is the story of the north magnetic pole so a little bit of basics here the US has three poles at the north as the geographic Paul which is the the spin axis it's whether the access of the spin intersects with the surface that's kind of on all maps then there's a sort of geomagnetic pole if you imagine a a ball magnet with iron filings that you had at school in the shape of the felines used to make you can make up rules similar sort of idea of how the US magnetic field works for that and then there's the well the cool of the day all of the north magnetic pole and this is where the field lines of lines of force intersected surface of the earth vertically and this moves around a lot and in the last few years last few decades it's been racing across the top of the world are moving from Canada a toward Siberian very recently actually past the the international date line I also went very close to that geographic polished well within a few hundred kilometers and scientists think now that they can explain this this race why it is that the ball is moving so rapidly and it comes down to packages of of a field of magnetic field under Canada and underside beer in this kind of like a tug of war going on between the two of them and the Canadian patches been weakening and the Siberian patches been strengthening and it seems that Russia was winning the tug of war I'm very briefly what's the impact on global navigation systems what we have to take account of these movements you know navigation systems and so they issue a Marvel of this of a simulation of what the.
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on AP News
"With the death toll at 68 so far federal and Massachusetts state authorities are looking into a corona virus outbreak at the state run Holyoke soldiers home the home superintendent Bennett Walsh who's been placed on administrative leave has defended his response and accuses state officials of falsely claiming they were unaware of the scope of the problem Joe Miller a nurse who works at the home says due to persistent staffing issues workers were constantly moving between units and spreading the germs 81 employees have tested positive for the virus as have an additional 82 residents hi Mike Rossio Spain has outlined a loosening of coronavirus restrictions the first step on the road to national recovery prime minister Pedro Sanchez called his plan a road to a new normal but one without a GPS system individual exercise will be allowed from Saturday as well as head counts on all the personalized services in most places some shops will open on may 11 and socializing will be permitted in outdoor cafes balls as well as services in churches and mosques some regional authorities so wanted to come out from the near total freeze of social and economic life in stages on the different speeds depending on how provinces on islands who responded to the health crisis I'm Charles de Ledesma
Spain outlines gradual lifting of restrictions
"Spain has outlined a loosening of coronavirus restrictions the first step on the road to national recovery prime minister Pedro Sanchez called his plan a road to a new normal but one without a GPS system individual exercise will be allowed from Saturday as well as head counts on all the personalized services in most places some shops will open on may eleventh and socializing will be permitted in outdoor cafes balls as well as services in churches and mosques some regional authorities so wanted to come out from the near total freeze of social and economic life in stages on the different speeds depending on how provinces on islands who responded to the health crisis I'm Charles de Ledesma
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on AP News
"Prime minister Pedro Sanchez called his plan a road to a new normal but one without a GPS system individual exercise will be allowed from Saturday as well as head counts on all the personalized services in most places some shops will open on may 11 and socializing will be permitted in outdoor cafes balls as well as services in churches and mosques some regional authorities so wanted to come out from the near total freeze of social and economic life in stages on the different speeds depending on how provinces on islands who responded to the health crisis I'm Charles de Ledesma
Spain outlines gradual lifting of restrictions
"Prime minister Pedro Sanchez called his plan a road to a new normal but one without a GPS system individual exercise will be allowed from Saturday as well as head counts on all the personalized services in most places some shops will open on may eleventh and socializing will be permitted in outdoor cafes balls as well as services in churches and mosques some regional authorities so wanted to come out from the near total freeze of social and economic life in stages on the different speeds depending on how provinces on islands who responded to the health crisis I'm Charles de Ledesma
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Danny and Doug Spain's prime minister Pedro Sanchez says footballers will be able to begin practicing individually on may fourth that starts a four stage process that would then allow small groups to practice may eleventh with the goal of normalizing Doug things by the end of June Ali give those specs matches to be played behind closed doors all the way till January of next year the way for giving European football league so may twenty fourth to give details of their plans to restart their respective seasons if fully decide to cancel the rest of their year we'll get to that you'll have to provide a list on the twenty fifth of the teams that have qualified for European club competitions grave is hoping that Leeds will finish your domestic seasons also finishing both the champions league and the Europa league French prime minister Edouard Philippe has announced a new sporting event will occur in France until at least September that ends both the Liga one Liga two seasons both weeks and hope to restart sometime in June now the champions league which you a first look at a complete August will now have to decide what to do with PSG they're ready into the quarter finals and also Leon Bailey Ventus after the first leg in the round of sixteen NFL news James Winstead Anna Norman sayings have reached a deal on a one year contract he will be the backup to drew Brees last season brought over five thousand yards thirty three touchdowns and also thirty interceptions as well is the first former first overall pick just five years ago other NFL news Baltimore Ravens losing all pro guard marshal Yanda this off season already to retirement the team is now agreed to terms pending a physical DJ Fluker who was really east on Sunday by the Seattle Seahawks the twenty nine year old is played for the Chargers the giants and the Seahawks in his seven year career last season the ravens offense of line helped lead the team to medical record for rushing yards on the enforcement at your Bloomberg world sports update thank you Doug hi Dan thanks school what a week for markets we've got policy decisions to from the fed and the ECB and earnings still to come from names like Amazon Microsoft and Samsung we heard from alphabet after the bell today in the U. S. will run down the numbers and take a look at markets that's coming up on daybreak Asia this is Bloomberg NASA managers use at Bloomberg we know a lot of financial experts as a former president of the European central bank global financial workers is a classic textbook a lot of political experts if you were advising the president I'd states what's the thing that he's not doing that you should do lucky for you we know a lot of science experts you talked about as reagents which are necessary for the testing it's also the.
Children return to Spain's streets after 44 days
"Children in Spain being allowed out of their homes for the first time in six weeks Kubic nineteen has killed nearly twenty three thousand people there go ahead score reports real Madrid children have been the most tightly controlled group during a corona virus crisis in Spain but that no changes with the six million also children under the age of fourteen being allowed to go outside for an hour each day accompanied by an adult they're not allowed to go further than the Columbus a from their home or go to public parks but the measure has been welcomed by psychologists and parents especially those who live in small apartments the prime minister Pedro Sanchez has said he plans to lift more restrictions in early may if the pandemic continues to
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Summary Sanderson Spain's parliament is deciding if it should extend restrictions to combat coronavirus as the country's prime minister at Pedro Sanchez explains what we got up early this time today asking for an extension of the lockdown because we have to be immensely cautious during this current stage in Africa the Democratic Republic of Congo begins easing its restrictions in a rich suburb of the capital Kinshasa meanwhile China reacts to the decision by the US state of Missouri to sue the Beijing government over its handling of the virus China media analyst has the details in Pakistan summons says they'll defy orders to avoid places of worship as Ramadan the holy month in Islam gets underway on Thursday evening we'll get them out however they have lost their minds we haven't we would pray in the mosque no matter what happens after this update ABC news hello this is Jerry Schmidt Spain's prime minister Pedro Sanchez is also in the country's parliament to extend for a further two weeks the coronavirus lockdown that began in mid March he wants it extended to the ninth of may addressing parliament in Madrid Mrs Sanchez warns that any easing of restrictions needs to be done extremely carefully I mean seriously that it was him the many progressively the danger will continue to reduce and in conjunction with this production we will continue to modify the lockdown I always insist on the same premise protect the nation and keep our health system safe so that the de escalation can be realized gradually and securely the Spanish parliament is expected to approve the extension but some groups including the fall right Vokes policy and to counsel and parties have indicated they'll vote against Spain has recorded more than twenty one thousand coronavirus laying down as the second highest figure in Europe but is on break has stabilized the U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres has said that his country's take extraordinary measures to support their economies during the corona virus pandemic they should ensure that public funds are invested in the future and not the polished speaking in a U. N. video to mark the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day he laid out his guidelines for rescue packages as we.
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"In all states Spain is lifting some corona virus restrictions at the same time the Spanish prime minister warns against complacency on the part of the general public the B. B. C.'s guy had chosen Madrid a national lockdown has been in place for four weeks in Spain a so called economic hibernation has been part of those measures preventing the movement of nonessential workers but today they go back to work that would include construction workers and those who work in factories and heavy industry the prime minister Pedro Sanchez has played down the lifting of this restriction insisting that doesn't mark the beginning of a broader relaxation of Spain's lockdown south Korean officials warn that hard earned progress fighting the virus pandemic could be upset by new infections at bars and leisure spots highlighting global tension between governments desperate to maintain social distancing and citizens eager to resume their lives news and analysis at town hall dot com a federal judge rules that Alabama cannot ban abortions as part of the state's response to the corona virus should preliminary injunction issued Sunday prevents the state from forbidding abortions as part of a ban on elective medical procedures during the covert nineteen pandemic the judge said abortion providers can decide whether a procedure can wait the ruling was a victory for abortion rights advocates were fighting efforts in Texas Ohio Alabama and other states to prohibit abortion services during the covert nineteen pandemic a lawyer for clinics it will ensure abortion remains available in Alabama Ronda Racha reporting a Pakistani prime minister issuing a global please directed at the world's richer countries and international financial institutions to provide debt relief to poor countries being devastated by the battle against the coronavirus the end of all three that's our Dow futures are down three hundred six points more on these stories said town hall dot com go go get you access to licensed agents twenty four seven.
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Four two text street to four eight five four two to get started today the rate of corona virus outbreak continues to slow in Spain the country with the second most infections behind the United States has its great loses steam Spain's government the started the course is to consider when a consultant to reactivate an economy has been shut down hundreds of thousands of people out to work prime minister Pedro Sanchez says we could just start to see the light to the end of the tunnel but to get that son just announced he would have to ask parliament to extend the state of emergency but two more weeks taking the lockdown on mobility until April twenty six for most people the new growth of our schools is mild or moderate symptoms but for some it can cause severe illness and death I'm Charles last month nine rebels and three Indian soldiers were killed in a pair of gun battles in disputed Kashmere one in the Karen sector the other in call gam town more breaking news and more analysis both at town hall dot com I'm Rhonda roster the corona virus continues to wreak its havoc on sports around the world Bernie Bennett has an update the NC double a says hearings in oral arguments in infractions cases have been suspended through may thirty first amid the growing virus pandemic the NC double a announced the move in a statement on its website Friday it applies to cases before the infractions committee appeals in the new independent accountability resolution process created to handle complex cases in the wake of the federal corruption investigation into college basketball deadlines for schools in pending cases to file briefs and other documentation remain in effect including the release of rulings the Serbian soccer players been sentenced to three months of home detention for flouting a curfew imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus police arrested him in nineteen others for gathering in a hotel lobby bar in Belgrade on Friday more on these stories a townhall dot com I'm Rhonda rostrum let's say you just bought a house the bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably mow the lawn and skip anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn.
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on WTOP
"CBS news on the hour your home for original reporting I'm Peter king in Orlando the Surgeon General says this week could be a terrible one for coronavirus cases the country's top infectious disease expert agrees this is going to be a bad week on face the nation Dr Anthony Fauci said deaths will increase in the days ahead we are struggling to get it under control but by last night's White House briefing a sunnier view we are beginning to see the glimmers of progress I see light at the end of the tunnel Dr Deborah Burke's pointed to data from tests in New York day over day they're percent positive is finally starting to decline but elsewhere Burke said the spread continues deaths from corona virus are a lagging indicator Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington president trump continues to say a malaria drug could be used to treat corona virus patients I've seen things and I sort of like so what do I know I'm not a doctor I'm not a doctor but I have common said Dr Anthony Fauci tells CBS's face the nation hydrochloric Quinn hasn't been proven as a covert nineteen treatment the data are really just at best suggestive after more than a week quarantined at home for covert nineteen prime minister Boris Johnson has been hospitalized for tests in London his office says it's a precaution the queen has made a rare televised address Vicky Barker in London Britain's Queen Elizabeth thanking health workers and delivery drivers working through the corona virus pandemic I also want to thank those of you who are staying at home thereby helping to protect the vulnerable unsparing many families the pain already felt by those who have lost loved ones a wartime rallying cry against Britain's most implacable foes since the second World War she remembers three European countries may be on the down side of a pandemic more from CBS's Elizabeth Palmer in Spain a pop up hospital in Madrid's conference center has a thousand acutely ill patients the country has the second largest number of cases in the world after the United States but at last some good news one is that we see the prime minister Pedro Sanchez announced he is almost over and in Italy to the rates of infection and death have flattened Eloise again a pastor is defined that stage stay at home order by holding church services for the second week in a row and at Lodi California cross culture Christian church did the same in its parking lot Danielle Harvey is a church member.
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on AP News
"Assets aren't great loses steam Spain's government the started the coaches to consider when he consulted to reactivate an economy has been shut down and put hundreds of thousands of people out to work prime minister Pedro Sanchez says we can just start to see the light to the end of the tunnel but to get that such as announced he would have to ask parliament to extend the state of emergency but 2 more weeks taking the lockdown on mobility until April 26 for most people the new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms but for some it can cause severe illness and death I'm Charles de Ledesma
Spain reports 6,023 new cases as rate slows
"Assets aren't great loses steam Spain's government the started the coaches to consider when he consulted to reactivate an economy has been shut down and put hundreds of thousands of people out to work prime minister Pedro Sanchez says we can just start to see the light to the end of the tunnel but to get that such as announced he would have to ask parliament to extend the state of emergency but two more weeks taking the lockdown on mobility until April twenty six for most people the new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms but for some it can cause severe illness and death I'm Charles de Ledesma
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's six minutes past eight GMT welcome to weekend from the BBC world service with me Judy more echo with me throughout Masella more E. Arapahoe Argentinian journalist specializing in football based in London Patrick Beijing missive founding director of the democracy institute a think tank based in Washington DC so to corona virus in the World Health Organization is saying that Europe is now the epicenter of the pandemic and over the weekend two of Europe's biggest states Spain and France have followed a silly in announcing emergency restrictions to combat the spread of the virus he is Spain's prime minister Pedro Sanchez outlining the restrictions and the third one yes I don't think it would've been a love you can feel the style of an item up a special now would like to acknowledge that you have here is of the state of alert people will only be able to move on public rights the organization of the following activities firstly the acquisition of food pharmaceutical products and basic necessities secondly visit to health centres services and establishments trips to the work place to carry out your work professional or business activities well in Spain the BBC's guys head coach in the capital Madrid do it must feel an extraordinary place to be today guy yes it is and this Sunday morning so things are very quiet anyway and it's a little early to tell the exact impacts that these measures will have but just what Pedro Sanchez has said is extraordinary we haven't seen anything like this since the return to democracy over four decades ago Pedro Sanchez has talked about this as a major national challenge his call for unity in the face of what he has described as the the enemy of this virus ands that hit four he's taken these measures but Spaniards are not used to not being able to go out on to the street being able to meet in bars and cafes go outs in big groups together that's that's what makes the some Spanish culture in a way that gathering together in a large groups and doing things in large groups so it's going to be a big shock to people over the next couple of weeks I think that when you say a couple of weeks but I was I suppose in people's minds is the fear that it might lost a good deal longer than that.
Spain goes on lockdown amid growing coronavirus crisis
"Spain which is now under an emergency of at least two weeks has imposed a lockdown on all of its people the government is largely confining people to their homes except to buy essentials and go to work if necessary the wife of the prime minister Pedro Sanchez has tested positive for the
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The state of emergency declared today because of the corona virus by prime minister Pedro Sanchez governor Andrew Cuomo said again today he doesn't see a need to close schools statewide and will leave such decisions to the localities he's worried about health care workers needed to combat the corona virus having to stay home and care for kids if you close the schools there are people who will not show up for work the next day his statement comes as mayor bill de Blasio continues to face pressure from leaders of the teachers union and the city council to close schools as cases of the new coronavirus surge Cuomo said today accelerating testing in New York will lead to a rapid rise in total infections that are reported apple will close hundreds of retail stores outside of greater China until March twenty seventh apple has nearly four hundred sixty locations across the world outside of China including about two hundred seventy stores in the US CEO Tim cook said that all hourly employees of the closed stores will continue to receive their normal pay here's an unusual problem for unusual times the oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia is set to unleash the biggest flood of crude ever seen perhaps more than the world can even store as producers ramp up shipments and corona virus crashes demand more than a billion extra barrels of oil could flow into storage tanks global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg this is Bloomberg law with June Grasso from Bloomberg radio well house Democrats have a win against president trump in his battle to deny them information about him or his administration a DC federal appeals court has ruled that the justice department must release secret grand jury evidence from special counsel Robert Muller's investigation joining me is William banks a professor at Syracuse University law school bill judge Judith Wilson wrote it is the District Court not the executive or the department that controls access to the grand jury materials at issue here tell us more about the court's reasoning well it's a unique setting because the material was in the hands of a grand jury so you know one way to look at this case compared say to the other struggles over presidential information that this isn't so much a separation powers case as the others are this one is internal to the judicial branch and court serves their own way of doing a grand jury secrecy rules in general of course in the criminal process grand jury materials are presumed to be secret and not subject to withholding but there are exceptions and the exceptions are determined by a court of first instance in this case a District Court and so it was properly for the District Court to decide which of the materials might be available for at least they did that in the court of appeals or simply affirming what the District Court did quite a different reasoning in quite different outcome than the case from a couple of weeks ago one former White House counsel don the game was clearly in a way of having to answer the house subpoena bar it is similar to the one both by the same court some of the same jackets in fact the problem in that case according to the majority of the court is that the house didn't have standing to sue it wasn't so much a ruling about McCann's immunity from testimony and back to the judge found that he did not or would not have immunity from my testimony in the house but they two other drug use one of the same in a different one founded the house she really didn't even have an opportunity get a ruling from the court on the merits of different environments also build though didn't accord in that case which was just eleven days before this ruling did the court say that it couldn't decide a dispute between the executive and legislative branches it did and that was you'll and I I think there's a good chance the long bond court in the DC circuit might well take a close look at that ruling and even reverse that I think I would say okay I'll do a little better than fifty fifty that the in Bonn court would reverse the court of appeals in this case of course then the White House could appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States again a very real possibility but the real difference there is again though the clash between the executive branch and Congress the grand jury cases not back it's really internal to the judicial branch even though the material might be a benefit to Congress in carrying out its oversight functions the dynamics of the dispute for internal to the courts and the panel here delayed its ruling for seven days to give the trump administration a chance to seek an armed bank hearing before or all the judges on the appeals court so since the house Democrats have requested a nonbank hearing in them again ruling does it seem like the full DC circuit should decide both of them together I think there's a good chance that they will yes you know and I think that the correct legal outcome would be to reverse the began case and allow the issue to go forward over Matanzas custom owning and to affirm this case is a consistency there of the gang Casey it if Congress has no standing to seek enforcement of a subpoena the only other opportunity for Congress to enforce a subpoena is to send the sergeant at arms off to arrest Mr began that's a pretty unlikely scenario in twenty twenty one reasonable or even envision a ball in the nineteenth century not almost two hundred years later how much are the issues here going to be decided when the Supreme Court hears those three cases over president trump's financial records because if the court rights broadly cover this whole waterfront if you will but the corpses story quickly and you can currently are less inclined to resolve more than after results to decide the issues before them so I expect the Meryl willing it'll be very interesting to see how that comes down and how broadly they write it will be especially interesting since there was a previous Watergate era ruling affirming that grand jury materials could be shared with the house during the investigation of president Richard Nixon and in this case justice department lawyers suggested that had been wrongly decided thanks for being on thin Berg law bill that's William banks a professor at Syracuse University law school coming up on Bloomberg law the Supreme Court is backing the trump administration on a key border policy allowing the government to keep enforcing its remaining Mexico rule plus the director of the CDC disputes president trump's claim that the wall will contain the corona virus as a federal appeals court hears arguments over building the wall.
Spain goes on lockdown amid growing coronavirus crisis
"Spain is on lockdown not unlike Italy's lockdown spend cleared a state of emergency effective immediately for fifteen days that according to prime minister Pedro Sanchez after a cabinet
Spain's govt sets timing of talks with Catalonia leaders
"In a bit twenty one of Spain's biggest crises of the last forty years the Spanish government in the regional leaders of Catalonia will start holding formal talks this month prime minister Pedro Sanchez made the announcement Thursday shortly after meeting with the separatist leader of the northeastern region at the Catalan government street in downtown Barcelona as expected no major breakthrough came from the meeting on the divisive issue of canceling his independence from the rest of Spain Sanchez proposed to restart the dialogue at the point where pulse diverged Ottawa leaders have been pushing for a legal referendum on secession for the wealthy region while Sanchez is government has repeatedly said it would violate the Spanish constitution songes trying to steal the talks with social issues financing for Spain's regions and the impact of recent storms in the east of the
Socialists win Spain's election, but far right surges
"Their voting in Spain today the election was called by incumbent socialist prime minister Pedro Sanchez who won most votes in the last election in April but failed to form a government the four main party centered their campaigns chiefly on ways to deal with Catalonia's push for independence and feared surge of the far right party
Another Election in Spain Threatens to Deepen the Political Deadlock
"This Sunday Spain. We'll hold its fourth general election four years though. The Socialist Party picked up the most seats in parliament. Last April its leader. Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has not been unable to form. A coalition to pass anything into law and political divisions are mounting. Marketplace's Amy Scott reports. Three big issues loom mm over Sunday's election in Spain. One is the deadlock itself. It's you know. Let's get somebody who can govern that's Gayle Allard an economics professor at the I.. E. Business School in Madrid she says to is Catalonia where violent protests erupted last month over the imprisonment of separatist leaders. The far right party vox has been gaining gaining ground with its tough stance against separatists and then the third issue is the economy slowing down to about a two percent growth rate which is fine but high unemployment employment and government debt are also weighing on the country says Heather Conley with the Center for Strategic and International Studies. It really still has struggled with the type of good quality jobs that provide meaningful benefits and employment. And that's in part what's driving voters frustration with the current political l.. Stalemate a stalemate that if it continues after this election could be a further drag on
Catalan protests: Region's president urges immediate halt to violence
"The leader of the Spanish region of Catalonia has called for an end to the street protests by counsel and separatist that have shaken Barcelona for a third night in a row came Torres who wants independence said the movement should remain peaceful for directly that I like a lot Michael for calm and serenity the independence movement is not violent we have always condemned violence we cannot allow the incidents that are taking place in the streets of our country there is no reason or justification to burn because or to carry out of the acts of vandalism protest should be peaceful and civil came Tory was speaking hours after the Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez urged him to condemn the violence the protesters are angry at the jailing of nine cats and leaders over the failed bid for
"pedro sanchez" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"You know what would people get on. I guess dating apps that they might send died a fake picture but. people really send fake **** pictures. it's true. and it's really disturbing some people you should send your real **** if you're going to what if you don't have a good one it's that we would be there but then if you ever meet up with a novel you get nude it's going to be clear that you were lying on it's you you misled the customer exactly right. I will talk about this says there's a name for that we can't say on the air but I here's a good one for the Washington times Pedro Sanchez gray worked as an uber driver in southern California. I got addicted from his apartment money was rolling in fast enough so we figured it would broaden its pull riders he answered a request on social media for some off the books driving of illegal immigrants. instructions for each pickup or provided over what sap an encrypted messaging service run by Facebook he was promised a thousand dollars a pop to pick them up after they crossed the border into drive the north deeper into the interior. it's the gig economy of the border and one person calls it it's a good one I coyote. there's gonna be some stupid cutesy name. it says here the who what where and when can be exchanged over cell phones with why tamper Snapchat and sending a GPS pin location can connect the driver to the migrants even in the remote southwestern desert. the cartels a control the border post scouts who call drivers with real time updates on where the border patrol is and more importantly rages are not knowing whether a highway checkpoint is close to make a difference between a successful smuggling run or trip to jail even the foot guides dubbed the coyotes who traditionally migrants through the Arizona and California desert around border patrol checkpoint deeper into the interior are being replaced now migrants leaving Mexico are handed phones and are told to follow GPS map or to dial a scout for instructions to the pick up location on the US side see how tech really John makes it does look what it's done to migrant smuggling it's long it's revolutionary. but you're just on the weekend. thousand dollars awry always tell them that you like to trying I love try you know. their list to a ball game. that's. you didn't know that I didn't know that no that you kind of home do yourself I I do. from a four thousand dollars I could see what people do this are you a leader.
Everything you need to know about Spain's general election on Sunday April 28
"Europe where Spain is holding another election for more on the country's political landscape. Let's bring in Bloomberg daybreak Europe anchor. Neighbor, take Bob Spanish voters will go to the pose this weekend for the country's third general election in four years. Spain's economy has been a source of Chia, even as Germany, France and Italy have flounded, but the risk is an economic slowdown could happen van expected. Prime minister Pedro Sanchez is seen as a front runner. But the fragmented political landscape means a hung parliament is also a probability for more on the general election Madrid bureau chief Charles Pentti joins me to discuss great. Have you with us Charles? Thank you so much joining. So I mentioned that prime minister petro Sanchez is seen as the front runner going into the elections. Tell us more about that. Prime minister Spain he became prime minister when he he threw a whole you may remember competence Spain's surprise, prime minister. He was forced to call elections this weekend because he was. But coming out of that to weakness, he's actually very effective campaign. We see him as a clear front runner going into these elections. He will seems. Beat the biggest in in in parliament's. But but the question really is is whether he will enough to be able to form a ruling majority, and the you know, the way to do that is through building coalition. Spain has now become used to mechanism of governing coalition in the old days. We saw two very strong politics such as policy on the PB divide. But because of the effects of the crisis a decade ago. You know, the Kaplan cry fifteen what we've seen is m scape. And what we expect to see would be some results going to Hong Peng, Ponant and know, which Sanchez as the leading candidate will be reaching out to try and form coalition in Spain. What would be the implications of that of a hung parliament policy? Then. Coalition shape. If as seems likely Sanchez emerges as the biggest party. Has the short trying to form a coalition? These natural would be to reach out to the anti-establishment Pontypool on to his left politically. So that combination would have a certain consequences policy by Amos would seek to have a policy, and and that would influence Sanchez's thinking. To government. Another possible coalition with the centrist parties. So. Has ruled out that possibility. Seen as the more likely partner in postponed, right wing coalition. But that is another option. That's another pulse that could unfold based on what happens this weekend, right and talk to us about what that could mean for the economy. I mean Spain's unemployment rate some say gives campaign Fota to Sanchez's opponents. He's been doing well, we're in the sixth year of expansion engine duty Spain still coming out of his brutal financial crisis two thousand ten thousand two thousand twelve is recovering strongly. And and you know. This this year expects growth of two point two percent. It's a solid expansion. And we we see the economy going forward with plenty of momentum. People will be watching the impact the election result. Only Coney how policy may shape the economy going forward. But we don't detect them too much nervousness in the markets. For example, you know, setting Sanchez up. So now has no he's he's his socialist governments as so she's minority. Government has has has not been a coast is not a concern for for example. What should we watch full as the results come in anything that might move markets? The big surprise would be a a win for the right result. Which might lead people to think that a right wing coalition power in Spain by which I mean. This emerging national politics. You know, the main thing that unites. On independence. But I suppose have very committed to for example, cutting taxes. The market might might might applaud that that could be a result. Which would be a significant surprise full. Bureau. Chief Charles panty. Thank you so much for