19 Burst results for "Pemba"

"pemba" Discussed on Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

05:16 min | 2 weeks ago

"pemba" Discussed on Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

"The tv they. They are an indigenous technology. So another rap. I'm an engineer. I like drawing charts so another this ramp chart here. It's almost like x squared. It goes up at the same time and it has to do with internet and it has to do with a cell phones because there's more cell phones in the world than there are people. Yeah exactly so you lay the fact that this amazing thing that's happening on our shift which is all the translation of all the scriptures as the story of jesus. The story of a love is being finished forever. Language in the whole world for the first time in history of the great commission. And there's also a means of dissemination and a generation whose indigenous around the world to technology is all happening at the same time. Well why do you think all of this is happening right now. Why are we. I say we are the second. Most bless generation in wolves history. The first one was if we took you by two thousand years ago and we definitely have to say was the most remarkable time when jesus showed on the scene and the king of the kingdom was born. But i believe we are the second most important generation that has ever. We have the only generation for two thousand years. That had the opportunity to finish the unfinished. Anyway the only generation with two thousand years that have lived that can fulfil do great commission and see that this good news or this gospel will be preach as a witness or testimony tall nation. So my question is how do we do that. When we are generation that a warrant for such time as i said has been entrusted with everything that is needed to be able to feel this earth with glory. Well i'll answer that with a little story. I banker friend of yours right. I think you're even on her blood democracy a friend of ours. Would i would call her a friend but she is so much my hero and i feel so much like an underachiever when i'm around her because she loves so well so we were in pemba and she came up to was a graduation there and she came in prayed for stephanie. My wife and i and stephanie how you doing steffi. I feel like i'm pregnant with two babies. I don't know what that means. And you know how you just got all full of the holy spirit and she says i know their names instead. Tell me that her name's she said the names are word which we've been talking about the word of god and power while word and power..

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"pemba" Discussed on Legal Wars

Legal Wars

04:30 min | 4 months ago

"pemba" Discussed on Legal Wars

"It's june fifth early morning just before. Dawn pemba gil. J sherpa unzips his tent and steps into the crisp clear. Air of basecamp pemba is thirty. Two years old with broad shoulders and high cheekbones. He's one of the best mountaineers in the entire world. He was born in nepal in the shadow of mount everest. A mountain climbed seven times but everest is nothing like the mountain. He's here to climb now his first attempt at k. to two experienced mountaineers the name incites both excitement and fear one climber road it makes no attempt to sound human it has the nakedness of the world. Before the first man or of the cinder planning after the last que to the tallest of the curriculum range that runs along the china and pakistan border. It's second only to mount everest in height but unlike everest which has flat. Sections of ketu is almost entirely vertical. Climb from its base. It rises like a giant pyramid. Twenty eight thousand feet in the air. A few thousand feet under the cruising altitude of commercial planes for millions of years severe storms and high winds have battered sides forming deep scars craggy outcroppings and deep valleys filled with ice and snow. It is a beautiful mountain to jagged diamond with teeth but most of all it demands respect. It is the most dangerous climb in the entire world. Thousands have reached the peak of mount everest. But only two hundred. Seventy eight have summited k two for that reason. Some climbers call k to the savage mountain. Pemba doesn't agree to him the mountainous beautiful. He checks his pack one. More time ben makes his way across base camp. The porters and cooks are already preparing breakfast. As pemba passes the mess tent he catches a whiff of freshly brewed. Coffee saves him t for me. He calls pemba was the first to arrive at base camp this year along with his team. They're called the dutch international expedition or nor team. There are eight men from four different countries. All experienced climbers all meticulously prepared for the quest pemba waves. Hello to his teammate juror mcdonald who emerges from a hung with an irish flag. Now mistake pemba. Have you seen the mountain. I think it's dancing with the sun. Soon we'll dance there too. Yeah come grins. He meant jer five years ago while on everest expedition and they hit it off right away. Ger isn't easy. Going irishman always ready with a laugh. He has a lifelong fascination. With sherpa us their spirituality. Their humility and their deep knowledge of mountaineering. It was jeter who convinced pemba to join the team for this expedition. Not just as sherpa but as a full member jer follows behind as pemba makes his way past the tents towards a small pile of rocks. Pemba is buddhist. Before he left home he met with his lama. Who assured him good. Things would come this summer but pemba needed to perform a prayer ceremony called pooja on specific dates while on the mountain. Today's the first pemba builds an altar from stones. He gently sets out an offering of food and water and places colorful prayer flags into the cracks between the rocks. They flutter in the breeze then he sits on top of the rocks pulls out his ipod and presses. Play music and chance. Fill the air given to him by the lama himself. Then he settles into pray he believes. The mountain is a symbol of the gods. His prayer is both an acknowledgement and humble request. We know we are going to disturb your peaceful place but please protect us. Allow us in a few others drift over drawn by the sound. The music seems to spring from the rock themselves inspires them to contemplate the magnitude of what thorough to attempt any uneasy feelings. They try to push down they all know the stats and the quest. The top of the second tallest mountain one in four won't make it back down.

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'The Stories Are Heartbreaking.' What 1 Reporter Witnessed In Mozambique's Violence

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:46 min | 7 months ago

'The Stories Are Heartbreaking.' What 1 Reporter Witnessed In Mozambique's Violence

"Graphic violence. Kaba Delgado's were the poorest regions in Mozambique and was largely ignored by the central government. Into large reserves of oil and gas were discovered offshore. His international oil companies have moved into the area. Fighters have stepped up their attacks. Terrorizing Villagers, burning homes, destroying farms. And publicly beheading. Women and Children. But the government of Mozambique and trying to put down the movement is also implicated in the violence. Aid groups estimate that half a million people have fled their homes and are in urgent need of aid. Journalists are not usually granted access to the area. But nay Hewat occur accompanied it. Aid group to cover Delgado last November. And was able to speak to survivors joins us now. Thank you for being with us. Thank you so much for having me. What did they tell you? I mean, the stories are heartbreaking. We spoke with a 10 year old girl named Maria and she remembers the day that the Attackers came into her village. They started burning houses down, they started looting. Maria was separated from her family during the violence, and she told me that the Attackers forced her and the other Villagers to sit and watch as they beheaded. People that they had grown up with people that they knew. After she fled. She fled into the forest and her foot got caught in an animal trapped like a hunting snare. Eventually she was rescued and she was carried to Pemba, which is a southern city in the Kaaba Delgado province. And Maria recovered from her wounds, and she also had malaria in the local hospital. And that was when she discovered that both her mother and her father had been beheaded in that attack. You know, That's just one of the many, many stories that I heard while I was there, all of them with the same level of brutal and senseless violence. Who are the Attackers, or is there one answer to that? There are many answers to that. But I will try to give Ah general overview of how this developed from what we know, Um, outsiders. The countries that have been named have in Kenya, Tanzania. On brothers so outside influences came into the country and started preaching against the version of Islam that was practiced in cover Delgado at the time. And they began preaching radicalizing in the mosques up there. And I spoke with some civil society leaders who told me that you know there were folks in these mosques who told the government something is going on here. Something is going wrong and that Thies concerns were just not addressed urgently. By the government. And so what ended up happening is that you have a local population, primarily young men, primarily unemployed who hear this radical version of Islam, and that's how people say that this started And then if, of course, if you fast track it a few years in 2019 Isis, the Islamic state claimed credit for its first attack, and that really changed the dynamics. This went from being a kind of local issue of violence by you know citizens who were unhappy or felt left out or left behind. Becoming really an international geopolitical problem. And you know that brings us up to where we are today. Just just this week, the United States government Has classified the Islamic state Isis

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"pemba" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

Fat-bike Radio

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"pemba" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

"Mack. Daddies caddies repair shop. It was a cadillac. Only repair shop really very very briefly. Before you guys play it was it was kind of always a little hot. Rod was always like some sort of little. Obviously you know but yeah it was for very brief period and I remember looking over and kind of laugh and then it was manual for quite a while. He was a potato chip factory for a while. Too and a cookie factory built in nineteen twenty one hundred years s Sarah Go. Yeah so Tim has been there for five years three and a half years and a half years. Same thing yeah. But you're not new to brewing. I am not. We've been in business. It'll be ten years now. It's pretty much ten years now. You know what the Hell who's give or take a month or so but yeah we. We started up in Pemba Northern Wisconsin that we were just there today. We we came back a couple of hours ago and traveling to your second home. Yes penguins always gonNA be home. You know that that's really that's kind of where you know. That's where they'll Spread ashes even though actually what I really want to do is. We're on a really small EEK up there. It's kind of a it's not an it's a mucky bottom lasers like sand or anything on it. It's a good place to go. And just Kinda hang out and watch the wildlife and stuff but how I WANNA go is. I'm GONNA I love. I love working with Wood. You know and I WANNA make a little viking ship and I want to burn. Burn the lakes. That's I'd like to be there for that. I can take care of that. Yeah sounds wiser. Outlive us. We all know that. That's the way it works. Look at look at Tony. Being all social distancing over there an solid six solid brass. Come in to get my beer pushing the envelope to arms. You're like four arms. I am well but you know I got. We're short so besides Tim being our neighbor here everyday cycles it's and the brewery thing which we've had black Husky. I don't know how many times you've had dogfather.

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"pemba" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Mike Jackson outdoors Sunday mornings eight to nine AM I'm smart talk WCG AM and FM do not wait until his flight hit the ground before he lit a joint on a flight from Phoenix to Minneapolis and locked himself inside the plane's lavatory hold on maybe it wasn't the blood that was making him so nuts he blamed it on being on out of his mind on cocaine bonus he threatened to kill the flight crew so I guess he won't be flying the friendly skies anytime soon. an American tourist in Tanzania is dead just minutes after proposing to his girlfriend on the other side of the glass of the couple's underwater hotel room Steven Weber without snorkeler tank dove in the water outside of manta hotel on Pemba island presenting a ring in his nose to his girlfriend connection who said yes that was the one she saw Stephen him swimming back toward the surface local authorities are investigating what appears to be an accidental drowning. a fifth grader in Washington state is being called a hero for recognizing that his school bus driver was drunk the boy first call his mom describing the driver's condition mom confirmed his fears yeah the driver should be driving the kids said that the bus driver ran a number of red lights the forty eight year old was later arrested after successfully making all for stops. a California woman struggling to push her baby stroller got in on one a bit of help from to Bakersfield police officers who when I actually tried to push it and couldn't just like the woman realize that the extremely heavy baby was actually six thousand dollars worth of quarters that are non mom had just recently stolen from a nearby house. bonus the woman had missed a number of court appearances and was carrying math math right surprise. finally a Florida woman on tour in Louisiana has been cited for biting the private parts of the camel that had sat on top of her outside of a small town gas station the dromedary on display in Iberville parish was provoked after the woman's husband through a dog treat into the habitat into which of course their dog ran the woman chasing after the dog was then sat on by Casper the camel and did what she thought she had to do the old boys all boys were right there so she chomped down. a couple days a couple of misdemeanor charges cast with camel was not seriously hurt think you've got a good.

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"pemba" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In Indonesia and Ethiopia dozens of families have sued the company among the administrators Kenneth Feinberg who is in charge of compensation for victims of the September eleventh attacks the deadline to submit applications December thirty first the Max's are still grounded Terry Alden or ABC news a man's create a marriage proposal taking a tragic turn after he dove under water to show his girlfriend a note in the ring he never made it back to the surface a live forty year old Steven Weber wanted his girlfriend understand the depths of his heart condition Antoine was inside there under water bedroom that rents for seventeen hundred dollars a night of Pemba island in Tanzania when a surprise came to the window at thirty feet deep it was the love of her life with the ring she said yes but after this wonderful moment he dropped the CEO of the resort said Weber died while freediving alone a B. C. Stevo since army analysts say the bombing of Saudi oil fields last week would send gas prices higher and now the number showing that is the case as ABC's Alex stone in the past week the price of regular unleaded nationwide is gone up ten cents to two sixty five a gallon in the U. S. on average even with that increase prices are nineteen cents per gallon less than they were a year ago at this time the biggest increases have been seen in the lower Atlantic Midwest and Gulf coast. average price in the tri state two dollars and sixty six cents a gallon your next update will be at eleven o'clock rob carpenter newsradio seven hundred W. audible.

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"pemba" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"No no no they've been around I've I've you take on a trip yeah very very good at what they do totally trust for the people at least in my judgment I say that because not everyone's that way we've been asking at nine eight nine seven three about travel horror stories I've done Viver at the Victoria BC clipper vacations hundred times ever had a single problem hundreds twenty times are Thomas crowd was Thomas crown was it did that's the name of the Thomas crown affair that's a fair. well well that movie was great but they don't do involved. Thomas cook six hundred thousand people it's a travel company six hundred thousand people our ends like Mike's experience in what car was it where you're driving it they said. the car's admire last week so no so that was the expenses of people driving the reach now cars yeah I was driving a line card when I parked it yeah what all turned out fine and I walk in and then bake pops up on my in my email that today sorry we're not offering this anymore yeah so better than being on a trip and being held hostage in in in Tunisia some of the our former clients of Thomas coconut bay now say were going bankrupt people out of their trips trips are prepaid Thomas cook supposed to handle and everything people report being held hostage a ride farmer told the BBC they tried to leave the late or injures our resort in Hammond at. and security stop them you you can't leave you have to pay this Thomas cook paid like now do Thomas cook we paid them they pay you that's the way travel company works Thomas cook out of business six hundred thousand people affected by this so what are they going to do to like the view that person at the hotel securities gonna stop them and say sorry this is fraud if you leave your technically stealing so what's probably going to happen I guess from a practical application and I think that that's why sometimes resorts presume maybe erotic payment if not non payment from travel companies because Thomas cook is big yeah venerated been around a long time obviously coin through it either the end or near end of its service but there's plenty other shady ones out there which is why would they ask you for when you check in credit card for incidentals Sir bingo so by gas is that many of these people are going to find that charge and then they're going to have to dispute it in another arena but that these hotels are going to nail them on that unless they didn't actually require them to do that credit card for incidentals so that's like I'm guessing that's likely what's going to happen because it certainly has happened in other cases were smaller travel companies have gone belly up mid travel people the people said things like this are what is costing more than twelve thousand pounds things we brought here the wedding package everything we've organized the resort now that they're back up they can have that I see her fiance this people at thirty three members flying out costing thirty three thousand pounds at forty one thousand box another saying sorry that's the worst thing they're going to they're on their way to Greece yeah that's the worst thing that could ever happen on any vacation. what's the worst thing or that's the way it's got to be could anything worse happen like on a on a honeymoon. we talk about that yes. sure yeah I what I don't understand is when a company what bothers me more is when companies do things like this yeah and they know that they're burning through their cash and I know that that they can see that end and I know that sometimes they don't want to say anything because they actually expect some last minutes financing to come through that's gonna capital flowed a little bit longer but at some point it seems like just stop taking reservations when you you know you can't to meet your existing financial obligations I don't understand and hopefully if they did close and if they did take reservations when they knew they were going to be closing I do hope they face punitive damages over this is what I do is so well now assuming just handed me this so I was saying that's the worse the cap on a vacation. log can Nesha I'm twan. was on the Pemba island in Tanzania. with her fiance Steven Weber. and they stayed in a submerged cabin anchored in water more than thirty feet the this is so romantic this is so sad this is tragic on the third day Steven Weber dove into the sea ask Antoine to marry him. I can't hold my breath long enough to tell you everything I love about you but everything I love about you I love more every day he said on the first page. I'm a sheet of paper locked in a ziplock bag he was outside the submerged room she was inside she was videotaping the proposal he turned the page some more loving words she's giggling inside of course it's beautiful what he's doing. then he swam.

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"pemba" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Out of Tanzania and facts involving a couple from the United States Louisiana to be exact. a man from Louisiana reportedly drowned after he asked his girlfriend to marry him there it was an under water proposal she posted about this on Facebook a bizarre social media post including video of said proposal. and then wrote connected to the post you never emerged from those depths so you never got to hear my answer yes yes a million times yes I will marry you. his name was Steven. weaver junior of baton Rouge. and he died after he appeared to swim up to meet her in the video you can see him he takes this piece of like binder paper and it's in a giant zip lock and it says something to the effect of you know I love you I blah blah I can hold my breath long enough to tell you everything I love about you but everything I love about you I love more every day. that's nice and the flip it over on the back it says will you please be my wife marry me question mark question mark he pulls the pulls a ring out of his pocket. and then goes back up for air. or does he they were vacationing at the manta resort on Pam Pemba island in Tanzania and they're in one of those huts over the water looks really cool it's got a roof with the like at. kind of like a. Luton bed up there yeah you can jesters hang out I mean I don't wanna say mattress because that just sounded like there's just like a dirty mattress up there it's a dirty mattress we have a just has it on it so yeah so it looks more of a futon and it's got a dark blue cover on it you come on the hide any Bhutan's can get nasty to. listen I don't know what you've been doing. with the era my friend. now this is this is a sad story because it appears that it's you know she sees this at while they're in this under water or you know she's in the under water room and he can swim up to the window and and hold up this proposal and then she's gonna run up stairs and go see our man. and like yes totally yes one hundred percent yes but he never came back I came back up. it is not turned to his sister Mandy released a statement late yesterday. she said because this guy in the video she posted other videos from their trip he seemed a little off to me to be honest so I was opining that maybe drugs and or alcohol may have been a factor in the right his sister releases statement saying Stephen has had a very interesting life you know what that means yeah a lot of ups and downs but he always and will always hold such a special place in the heart of so many people he had this infectious smile he really played a significant role in helping people through the recovery process okay is lost it is passing is going to create a void in our lives we will never be able to fill. Stephen has been at the lowest point of his life a low point that anyone could ever experience. but never at one point did you expect anyone to feel sorry for him or to pity him. south I'm she's free diving at this point I mean in that I don't know how deep it I don't help book far below the surface of the water this window is but he's down there with a mask and flippers on. and he's holding this thing up against the window I. trust my wife's. ability to read. right but don't you think that's a gamble already expecting that your wife's gonna be able to get through the whole note while you're hold your breath there. it seems weird to me and the video itself very. very giggly you hear that when when she was..

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"pemba" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Continents and wage successful campaigns ranging from stopping mining and the annihilation of the endangered snow. Leopard in Mongolia to brokering major ocean conservation negotiations in the Cook Islands. The Goldman environmental awards have been granted to one hundred and ninety four winners over the past thirty years for KPFA. Pacifica radio on Karen, Smith's rains. Pounded parts of northern mas- Mozambique today several days after cyclone Kenneth struck the southern African nation while the United Nations said a woke workers face difficulties in reaching thousands of survivors. The government said that death toll rose to forty one the rains and flooding kept needed supplies from arriving in the main city of Pemba and will be a challenge in the days ahead as more wet weather is forecast. The government again urged residents of Pemba to flee to higher ground more than twenty two inches of rain falling in Pemba since Kenneth made landfall on April twenty fifth. Just six weeks after cyclone a die torn to central Mozambique. It's the first time to cyclones struck the country in a single season. And Kenneth was the first cyclone recorded so far northern Mozambique in the era of satellite. Imaging the United Nations. Humanitarian office said up to three inches of rain is forecast for the next twenty four hours and rivers are expected to reach flood stage by Thursday. Citing UK aid analysis saying it's the end of the rainy season and rivers already are running high. The government says tens of thousands of people in to districts north of Tampa and on IBO island need food and shelter about thirty five thousand buildings and homes have been damaged or destroyed at least three bridges of collapse. Stranding residents of some communities. Black women lawmakers and activists rallied in support of democrat, Muslim congresswoman Ilhan Omar today outside the halls of congress. Amidst of backlash against her let in part by President Trump, Omar the first refugee elected to congress has faced harsh criticism for her support of Palestine and her criticism of Israel, President Trump likened, Omar the perpetrators of the nine eleven attacks on Twitter earlier this month speaking to her supporters. She said there was little difference between antisemitism and Islam. Phobia and blamed Trump for spreading hate the occupant of the White House.

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"pemba" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Global engagement who's kind of to join us here in our studios in Washington DC, Mr. Bergman, thank you for joining us. Thank you very much. A second powerful cyclone has hit Mozambique just six weeks after a storm killed hundreds of people and displaced hundreds of thousands. No one can recall a time before that the country has been hit by two storms this intense in one season. This latest storm has killed at least five people and damaged thousands of homes and the United Nations says there could be more massive flooding. It's hard to imagine the scale of something like this unless you're there. So we've called Tommy. Trenchant? He's a freelance photo journalist, and he's in the district in northern Mozambique. That's near where the center of the storm hit and he's with us now. Tommy, welcome. Thanks so much for talking to us. Not a tool. Thank you, sir. Interesting that you've been in and around the center of where cyclone Kennett hit this week. Just tell us a bit of what you've seen. Yesterday. I was in a town called Makola which was right in the middle of the of the of the storms. I can't and in that town and surrounding villages, the inevitable destruction is really quite intense houses have been completely obliterated by the wind. And by falling trees and people reeling and trying to pick up the pieces in two days since the storm made landfall where are people staying like how how are they? How are they living at the moment? Well, I think everyone is making the best of this ration- some staying with with relatives that's supposed to -bility, but I met several people today who said they were sleeping rough one woman, and it created a shelter out of palm leads on the ground fast self just keep up off the west of the reign of his sleeping in that have a ruse and people there where you are. I take it. They've not experienced something like this before. Now in this part of Mozambique. It's it's a complete anomaly. It's it's unheard of. This close to the equator such a powerful storm. It's not something anybody was expecting. And I stand that you were just in Beira, which was covering the cyclone that you mentioned there, and how was the second. Major storm going to affect the ability of government aid organizations to respond to give us a sense of of what they're currently what they've been dealing with already and how they might adapt to this latest storm. Well, it's massive humanitarian operation. Unfolding in central Mozambique way hit last month. There are dozens of agencies trying to reach loss communities that still haven't received aid. And by some estimates there still over hundred thousand people have not yet received any assistance, the logistics of reaching these remote communities is is extremely complicated. Especially given that a lot of the roads being washed out partially blocked causing bottlenecks, and yes, it's not an easy business getting getting the benefits acities to these communities. So finally, as I mentioned, you're a photo journalist, could you just give us a sense of one or two of the images that have that have really stayed with you as you've covered these two major storms. Really, I think today the journalist. What's what's striking is just the scale of the devastation with palm trees and bits of roofs and best splinters of timber and the place just looks like total college. And I think that's what I've been trying to catch it in my photographs today that's eight transferred. He's a freelance photo journalist. We spoke to him from Pemba, which is a northern Mozambique tummy trencher. Thanks so much for talking with us and sharing your observations with us not to of having on the show. You're listening to NPR news..

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2nd killer cyclone could dump twice as much rain on Mozambique

BBC Newshour

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

2nd killer cyclone could dump twice as much rain on Mozambique

"Officials in northern Mozambique have sent out. Teams to assess the damage caused by cyclone Kenneth with warnings that the need for assistance will be huge one death has been confirmed in this city of Pemba where several people were also injured. Heavy rain is forecast, and there's a high risk of flooding and landslides pumps, a felony is in the capital of the worst affected areas. So far, Macomia Kissanga and evil. They're people's homes have been damaged others completely destroyed the fears that hundreds of thousands of people will be in need of humanitarian aid, the people of Mozambique of barely recovered from the devastating effect of cyclone die which made landfall in the port town of beta just over a month

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"pemba" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On the moon, still to come astronaut, playlists new view of earth and a near disaster. Waco yet, quote, the again along I saw the lunar horizon Gobind different directions. Eight times in fifteen seconds. Is that scary? Yeah. If you got time to be scared, but I didn't have time. That's all after the latest BBC news. Babysi- news, Jerry Smit. This relent can government says an estimates preacher accused of planning Sunday suicide bombings died in one of the attacks president Mitra policy. We say told reporters that is Thron hushing led the attack on the Shangri LA hotel in Colombo. He said police were still hunting for seventy cents base linked to these state group. President Xi Jinping of China has trying to ease concerns about his global infrastructure building program known as the Belton vote initiative. He told a gathering of world leaders in Beijing that who financially sustainable for the countries involved. The North Korean leader Kim Jong UN has accused the United States acting in bad faith during his meeting in February with Donald Trump. He made the remarks his summit on Thursday with President Putin. Reports from no the Mezin beak say many homes have collapsed and power has been caught in the city of Pemba since powerful storm struck on Thursday winds have eased from the peak of more than two hundred kilometers an hour, but their warnings potential flooding. A spokesman for protest is in. Don says significant progress has been made to reaching a deal with the military to hand power to a civilian government. A member of the Sudanese professionals association said the latest meeting with the transitional military council have been very positive. Amanda new-zealand has pleaded guilty to distributing footage from last month's musk in Christchurch in which fifty people died ops wide supremacist. White supremacist faces a maximum of fourteen years in prison. One of Taiwan's wealthiest men. Terry has been criticized for saying the hurry should not meddle in politics. Folks. Confounded made the remark after his wife left the family home because she was angered by his full of the presidency. Baby news..

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"pemba" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

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"pemba" Discussed on FUT FM

FUT FM

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on FUT FM

"Lost track. But it's two one heading into the final minutes of the. Game. United takes shot compelled bay who should have been sent off last time around in the air. His back is facing the ball and his arm is not only outstretched, but it is not in a resting position referee sensitive art VAR after a while the of the penalty. So look this happened to your team. You would not want to see that as a penalty. But at the end of the day arms were in a raised position in the air in it was unethical. It was in a different spot than when your arms should really be. And so on the UEFA website. They actually gave little descriptions for all divide decisions that were made that that day. And so they specifically slated up because Pemba jumped in the air at his back and put his arms in a spot where they wouldn't normally be if blocked the ball, so it blocked the ball from going into the bucks, and as a result that is why the penalty was given. So it's a tough call to make. I personally my gut reaction when I first saw it not a penalty. When I signed a few more times. I was like, okay. This is a fifty fifty call. Nobody is going to be happy with this call and so- rash berries the penalty. We win three one against PS g at home with an average team age of twenty three by the end of the match because of some of the injury. And obviously pug, but was out so many academy players in the lineup. It was it was truly a magical moment. It was probably the best United moment since Ferguson left, which is not to say. But for six years now, we've been arsenal or them. But finally, we're back to. Building towards the future and actually attacking and having a good time. Well, I mean, I guess that settles it not only peas g bottlers, but damn dude, they they're just not at that elite level like, you know, to get that top four club in Europe. So the row Madrid's the Barcelona's he got he catch this, by the way. Everyone listening. Don't worry this podcast is going to be about little bit longer than usual. We will get to. It's been an exciting week everything. Yeah. So what happened with Roma? Yeah. So with Roma to one in the first leg at home for us. So you know, they have the Waigel in the second. Like, we're playing horrific outside of everything, you know, our clubs in turmoil or coaches jobs on the line spoiler. He got fired. They make it one. Nell we make it one the penalty which was nothing to say they're obvious penalty. And then they make it to one in the dying moments because our defending was woeful. So we head into extra time and with five minutes left or so they get a penalty because someone shoots one of those shots that goes to our wide and someone could have slid in to tap it in. But the guy who could have slid in was talked by shirt by Florenzie. And at first I was like this is not a penalty. But it is a penalty even though he would've never gotten to it. Because he talked his shirt. The only thing though, is that I think it might have been off-side like the guy who sliding might have been off-side very slightly. But he did check with VAR, and I guess he didn't Email side. But whatever they get the penalty in their three one up dying seconds of the game, not even moments and they're all in the box. And it's one of those things where even though you're on the box. You're gonna have a lot of players in the box who are defenders because you're desperate. You're gonna have your striker in the box to defend three one lead up one goal. And our strikers chasing a ball that got headed out of the box. So he's he's.

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"pemba" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Pebble will not return XI's. So both of them are like when your kids fight and you're like going somewhere that they wanna go, hey, we're gonna go and Buster's or whatever kids fighting. Around and you're like, we're on. We're sorry. We're so sorry. We love each other. I love your hair. That's not good. That's not good. That I feel like is literally turned the entire booth around. We're going to turn this booth around. Pemba served as the Tigers play by play broadcasts, two thousand two Allen fifty eight. So fifty five and fifty eight. They're like ten ten years old and a twelve years older than us. Okay. This thing when people screw up and organization like that, you get to a fifty two guys in a booth and you wanna can somebody they give you an excuse, you jump on it, that's it. And they're probably making rates of pay that are gonna get a young guy organization. Well, they had who do they have shepherd and match shepherd and Kirk Gibson called majority of the games in Pemba absence, Kirk Gibson, obviously, of course, I mean, he's wasn't earning horror. Well, the the. It is a mainstay. Shepherds, a mainstay in Detroit sports media scene for nearly thirty and shepherd. He, he does a lot of the m go blue stuff for like Michigan yet. Hops around on that stuff to color commentary and stuff and Gibson because he was a coach, it's good. But to me, it's like, you know how hard it is to get work. It'd be like, if you're at the craft service table on your show and you just got into a fight with one of your co workers, you know how hard is to get on a show. You gotta be thinking of your kids and you're really you couldn't put this aside for what you have to be right. It's almost like married, like you gotta be right, and you're gonna put that aside from everything else. It's grumpy old men. It is grumpy old men, and it's people who think that they're right all the time we were who are never told to shut the hell. It's a bummer. It's really a bummer for, I think, let's say this is your thing. You listen to think what if like, Mike Shanna got in a fight with somebody. This is what I love Sirius radio. And if you get the.

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"pemba" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"How widespread do you think this actually is i think it's like the top one percent of kobe devote like the people that can't take anything other than kobe's the greatest of all time and no one comes close i'll be interested when you're out next week o'shea jackson junior who i think actually tops you yeah apologised yeah we're right there together i i will be interested to hear what he has to say i don't go shays come around there was a time when o'shea didn't want i agree great i think there was a time where his dad ice cube didn't want kobe yeah i think i think everybody has started because you know what here's the thing i do think they can win a championship this year i think it'd be highly unlikely but i i'm not ruling it out because a lebron lebron's bean to eight straight final yup and i think if you get to the finals your one injury away and the other team of stealing it so i'm not ruling it out i would i would agree with you that it's unlikely but i'm not ruling it out and if you would ask me that question before lebron signed here what said no now we got him we got a chance interesting david aldridge yeah he's aldridge's convinced that something's going to happen next year with james on the ground in la the lakers are all but assured to get one of the group of elite players who will be unrestricted in two thousand nineteen kawai leonard klay thompson kemba walker or someone else who shakes free or is otherwise available why think clay if they could somehow get clay is the perfect guide ron he'd be st fence is one of the best shooters ever could take the other teams best player so the brain wouldn't have to go crazy defensively obviously grew up a laker fan dad works for the team i mean that's the home run i am how would they deal with michael thompson and clay i feel bad for clay michael's going to demand that he did key we'll go take all his toiletries out of his room make clay them every night klay comes into the hotel with an instagram model which every nba player will be standing in front of the door no michael will demand this young lady and ask what her intentions are but i know that clinton michael really close they would have how much do you like pemba walker.

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"pemba" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"By its choreographer mark morris high hello mi onto something with anti when mark morris was commissioned by the city of liverpool the home of the beatles to revisit the album he knew that he might have to do something different well in the case the case being it would never have occurred to me in a million years to do a piece to music of beatles now now what a never ever would well first of all i work at from famously and exclusively only with living musicians rain my performances so one thing would be there unavailable rant right and uh the other things i don't use very much pop or contempory in a popular music or contempory music and i use a lot of what people call classical music concert musical of baroque music blood of twentieth century modern music modernised music so um and i hadn't really listen to that album seriously for a very very long time should listen to when it came out of do remember when i was an adorable child under twelve percent oh yacht as great and everyone you know beatle mania was a very very big thing in the united states partly because their way more people there than there are in britain right in a cell is like a huge thing that you couldn't escape iin fact saw them perform when i was eleven i saw that mean there was no music it was just screaming having first person i've ever met who has seen the beatles yeah i really i was like eleven i went with my sisters and their friend their girlfriends and it was in this huge theater in in seattle at the seattle center massive and there was no it was just screaming that's all there was in that turned out of in my research of myself and also the beatles that that was the tour that the finished in california that was the last two or they ever did right right and then they made this this record gyp it which was of course never meant to be performed so you've said that the show pepper lent when you said that the show pemba landed who both coughed at the emperor and they're pretty good as court choreographed you said that this show pepper land is for people who.

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"pemba" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

The Reboot Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

"Even better i thank you for for saying all of that in uh i said before the my egos dancing now may goes uncomfortable and um you know and then went when when your ego gets hard get a little sloppy enough of this tired now i need to take it what i would close with his justice notion that tom i have been helped by so many wise puke on my life and if i could just pay them back by helping somebody else i mean i know it sounds and the anti give whatever the hell and would it's like the minute you say things like that like the picture my therapist pops into my head who's 93 rain a woman i work with for so many years or auntie pemba children or uh sharon salisbury worker you do parka palmer these these people whose writings in their presence have reached in and said here's a hand here's a way out on you know some was asking me this morning you how do i pay you back i said just keep paying it forward air you know when when i'm dustin i'm dried up and i'm dead whatever please just keep paying it forward great answer oh thanks for doing this no thank you for doing this if you enjoyed this episode gutter reboot dot gov slash podcast to listen to all three seasons of our podcast conversations and leaves a review and i tips that's the best way for other people to find enjoy the show just as you have done and don't forget to join our mailing lists at reboot dot ieo slash sign up to you never miss an episode.

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"pemba" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"pemba" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Good evening we begin tonight with the cnn exclusive new details unreported until now from the us counterintelligence battle against russia's tampering with the election not only did it go right up until the final vote was cast were also learning it went right up to the line when it comes to the first amendment the scene election night war room the adversary disinformation designed to influence voters apparently from russian sources sin as shimon procure peasant pamela brown have the scoop tonight they join us shimon for will tell us about how some members of the fbi these how they spent election day yes so anderson on election night counterintelligence analysts and investigators were huddled in a room at fbi headquarters here in washington dc on election day monitoring social media and what they could see was streams of fake news negative stories about being posted about hello hillary clinton some having to do with our health according to multiple sources they were able to identify suspected russian links to the accounts that appear to be pushing the fake stories anderson in pemba was was the epa working with the white house there was a coordinated effort anderson so we learned that that teams at the fbi homeland security in the office of the director of national intelligence we're holding these conference calls every three hours with a team at the situation room and the white house to discuss any problems possible problems and the big focus was whether the boat could be tampered with uh there were some some minor issues at popped up across the country and related to tampering of the vote from alaska the door georgia but there were no major incidents or disruptions of the vote the fbi has said and by the way the fbi declined to comment for this sanders and sean i mean obviously look this raises concerns that the fbi was monitoring what people were reading but.

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