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"One person was killed and eight injured as two suspects opened fire at a K through twelve charter school Douglas county sheriff Tony spurlock tells K M G H two suspects are in custody. We currently have two suspects in custody. I'm not releasing their names at this point. We're verifying their age. We believe we have one adult male and one juvenile male thirties of just released today. But one of the students shooters eighteen year old Devon Ericson shooting nearly three weeks after neighboring little and Mark the rim. Twentieth. Anniversary of the Columbine school shooting. Secretary state Mike Pompeo made a surprise trip to Iraq Tuesday and supported the government there. He says possible actions by Iran retaliation for stepped up sanctions by the Trump administration could impact Iraq. Mr. Pompeo said the purpose of visits was to meet Iraq's leadership and to show them what he said was US support for soften independent Iraq free from the influence of neighboring Iran. The secretary of state said he also wanted to discuss unfinished business deals that he said would allow Iraq to we need self from dependence on Iranian energy that is corresponded Peter Bowes from the BBC Georgia governor bride kept Tuesday. Day signed a law. One of the nation's most restrictive abortion laws measure, the bands the procedure once an unborn babies. Heartbeat is detected which could be as early six weeks. Dan starter is president of pre-born most abortions being done twelve weeks and under makes the spilling credibly relevant in the effort has save unborn preview in life in the state of Georgia says they will challenge the measure in court. This is townhall dot com. And now a quick comparison from grasshopper when you're always on the go. What would you prefer an office phone system? It's rachelle. Sorry. Miss cheerleader had an Air Inter run. But I'm back in the office. So give me a call..
"peter bowes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"In a policy shift. The Trump administration now wants all of ObamaCare tossed out a federal appeals court filing. The administration argues the entire law should be ruled unconstitutional previously the administration had called for just parts of the law to go. The Pentagon taking a major step forward and securing the southern border authorizing the transfer of one billion dollars to army engineers or construction of more than fifty five miles of wall along the border with Mexico unless there is a legal intervention and any kind of injunction brought in to stop the use of these funds the signs on that this money will be used in the near future to build those fences to build their froze to put up that lighting as part of the broader wall project, the BBC's Peter Bowes, President Trump says a witch hunt like the Muller affair should never be allowed to happen again. Mister, Trump's speaking out after being cleared of Russian collusion allegations. Guessing it's time for an investigation that would include the Obama administration. Role in what Mr. Trump calls a hoax? The president also saying that he would not mind at all if the Muller reports all of us, she made public feeling confident of his vindication. The president says it's up to the attorney general to decide but he wouldn't be bothered. If the full report is released he also says he hasn't thought about any possible pardons one of Donald Trump's closest allies in congress GOP Senator Lindsey Graham has a warning though for the president. He says if anybody close to Mr. Trump is pardoned it would not play. Well, that's White House correspondent, Greg Clugston. New home construction tumbled eight point seven percent last month groundbreaking on single family homes falling to its lowest level in close to two years. Wall Street having a good day. So far right now, the Dow up two.
"peter bowes" Discussed on KQED Radio
"There. Come those moments in life, where everyone might hate you. And you have to be willing to to believe that on you're on the right side of history. And you know, it'll be fine. I'm Rebecca Cosby, stay tuned for witness black history month after the news. Hello. I'm David Harper. With the BBC news, President Trump says he expects to be able to announce next week that all of the territory once held by the Islamic state group in Iraq and Syria has been retaken. He told a meeting of countries that have fought I asked alongside the United States that Washington would stay tough with any remaining fighters and would defeat every last one as correspondent in Washington. Peter Bowes explains Mr. Trump has been changing his position his attitude his assessment regarding so called Islamic state over recent weeks has been shifting it was back in December. When he first said that the group was indeed defeated the reports around with the time that he wanted to pull US troops out of Syria within a month. But since then he has taken a slightly more cautious view. And even now he is saying that he will wait for he says official word before he says perhaps as early as next week. He believes he could declare the. That group ISIS has been defeated Turkey's foreign minister Matthew Chevy show. Lou has stressed that Ankara would oppose designated safe zone for Kurds in Syria. If what he called terrorist elements were protected Mr. Chevy show. Lou said there was little clarity on have the American proposed area would operate anchor regards the Kurdish white PG as a terrorist group while Washington has supported it in the fight against the Islamic state group. The United Nations has appealed to all sides in the crisis in Venezuela. Not to manipulate humanitarian aid for political ends, the UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters in New York. Thanks humanitarian action needed to be independent of political military or other objectives. President Maduro sees opposition efforts to arrange foreign aid as part of a strategy to stabilize his government. The United States says it will cut millions of dollars in military aid to Cameroon over allegations of. Of gross human rights violations by security forces more details from Tracy Burcham marine security forces have benefited from millions of dollars of US, military aid, mainly for training and high tech equipment. Hundreds of American troops. Have also been stationed there to advise and train local forces in their fight against the Islamic state group, Boko haram and other militant fighters in the region last may the US ambassador to Cameroon Peter Henry bothering accused the Cameroonian security forces of targeted killings and offer detentions and burning and looting villages. The US says the Cameroonian government must investigate the abuse allegations and hold the patriotism countable. French warplanes have carried out fresh attacks. In Chad on what the military says was an armed rebel convoy that arrived from Libya last week twenty acts of around fifty trucks were destroyed by the Asterix which have so far failed to halt the advance of the convoy, French military says it's trying to prevent the destabilization of chats BBC news. Accident. Investigators say they've successfully recovered a body from the wreckage of a plane that went down in the sea between France and Britain carrying the Argentine international footballer Emiliano Sala his transport correspondent Tom Berridge after examining the plane using remote controlled underwater vehicles fitted with cameras investigators started a recovery operation when the weather conditions were for a time. More favourable, the air accidents Investigation Branch, working with other specialists said it successfully recovered a body in the most dignified way possible from the wreckage the identity of that body for now has not been made public weather conditions, then turned and they were forced to abandon the mission to recover. The large part of the plane's fuselage rescue is in the Turkish city of Istanbul have been working through the nights to search the rubble of an eight story apartment blocks which collapsed at least two people died and seven were injured. But it's faith others are trapped under command of debris. Britain's chief medical officers are edging social media companies to invest in technology to protect underage children from accessing sites in their first official advice on screen, time and social media. They say companies should be able to check that uses are thirteen or over our health editor, Hugh Pym has sent this report. The review by the UK's chief medical officers concludes. There isn't enough scientific research to draw a definite link between screen tournament health problems. And while they note that internet use can be of benefit to children. They are calling for more research into the impact of social media. But.
"peter bowes" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Almost double the number expected. An economic miracle is taking place in the United States. And the only thing that can stop it. Our foolish wars politics or ridiculous partisan investigations. North america. Correspondent Peter Bowes watched the president's performance, and he joins us now live, Peter. He started off sounding rather conciliatory. Do you think he got any further with this issue of immigration this evening? I don't think he said anything that we really hadn't heard before from the president. He he did sound quite conciliatory in the first ten minutes or so of the speech, but then we heard more of the same in terms of attacking the Democrats and blaming the Democrats for the impasse over the southern border situation, while the president wants a five point seven billion dollars to to build the wall, and he hammered away at that point again that in his view, the wall is the only way that a wall works and that he will eventually he believes succeed in putting up that wall firmly. Putting the blame at the foot of the Democrats for not getting to that situation already. And yes, not fulfilling his promise to the to his voters from a couple of years ago. I think he was really aiming a lot of his comments those people his base if you like that it put him in office. I think some of the attitudes that he expressed annoy Democrats, let's listen to walking Castro congressman for Texas for about the first.
Virginia governor apologizes for 'racist and offensive' costume in yearbook photo
"A political row is brewing in the state of Virginia. As you might have heard in the news after an offensive photo emerged showing the state's democratic governor wearing a racist costume the photo from Ralph Northerns nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook shows two men one dressed in black face as it's turned and the other include Klux, Klan, hood and robes, Mr. Northam has admitted that he appears in the photo. Although he hasn't said, which of the costumes he was wearing he released a video statement on Friday where he apologized but said he was a different man today that photo. And the racist and offensive attitudes. That represents does not reflect that person. I am today are the way that I have conducted myself as a soldier a doctor and a public servant. I'm deeply sorry. I cannot change the decision. I made. Can I undo the harm my behavior calls then and today, but I sat responsibility for my past actions. And I am ready to do the hard work of regaining your trust the BBC's Peter Bowes has been following developments. This is being seen as an extremely racist photo, the two individuals in it one in a Ku Klux Klan costume via the in a racist costume because he is in black face block face, of course, being the term used to describe a person wearing black makeup. Sometimes black grease paint. It dates back to the minstrel shows when actors white actors portrayed singing and dancing slaves. So you can see why that is so offensive to many people. And as we've heard he has been very quick to apologize. He has been widely criticized Republicans and Democrats as well have have come out. And said that he should resign. Come with a harassed very high profile at the moment presidential candidate or a Senator first term Senator she's the daughter of a black father from Jamaica, an Indian mother she said on Twitter that he should resign. She said leaders, a call to a higher standard and the stain of racism should have no place in the halls of government. Julian Castro's former mayor of San Antonio in Texas, the grandson of a Mexican immigrant. He said in a tweet that Mr. Northerns behavior was racist, and
"peter bowes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Been declared the worst in the state's history after the death toll jumped to forty four more than seven thousand buildings have been destroyed. President Trump is now agreed to declare a major disaster which will free up extra funding to fight. The fires correspondent Peter Bowes. Sent this report from LA. You can hear the wind raging through southern California. And this is the biggest problem for firefighters. Relentless gusts of up to fifty miles per hour across great swathes of estate and combined with extremely low humidity, and Tinder dry brush, some of these hillsides on the outskirts of Los Angeles haven't found any significant rain for months. This is a perfect storm for wildfires. We're going to continue to see these red flag conditions Wednesday in LA Ventura and orange counties and in San Diego working to see an extreme red flag condition. Red flag warning is the highest level alert. When a simple spot can cause a major wildfire initially. They said, oh, we got on scene about ten acres, but it's going to be a lot more than that. In the winter is. Statewide crisis. Probably one of the worst areas when we have sat at a win. Now, they're gonna shut down the one eighteen freeway five days after the first fire started burning fighters rushed to the scene of a new outbreak on the outskirts of Los Angeles jeopardy right now, you can see the direction the smoke is headed all of those homes there. I would assume they'll be back uet shin soon. They were in jeopardy but survived the flames, thanks to a rapid fire. Fighting response from the air underground this haven't been looking in northern California, moving sixty seven hundred homes and businesses were destroyed in the town of paradise and the death toll is expected to continue rising only a few homes are still standing this man says he refused to leave his property. My.
"peter bowes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Hello. I'm David Harper with the BBC news. The Turkish president wretched type one has promised to reveal new information shortly on the murder of a journalist inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Turkey says it wants to prevent what it calls attempts at a whitewash after the killing of Jamal kashogi glow reports from Istanbul in the three weeks since Jamal hashtag g was killed in the Saudi consulate here. There have been denials prevarication and shifting stories from Riyadh today. President Adwan will reveal what he calls. The naked truth Saudi Arabia's most recent explanation is that unauthorized officials murdered the dissident journalist, and that the government neither consented to the act nor knows where the body ended up but Ankara believes it was state sanctioned murder by a Saudi hit squad. President Adwan is clearly intent on holding the Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman to account President Trump says the United States intends to Bill. Hold up its nuclear arsenal until Russia and China in his words, come to their senses. Mr. Trump has accused Russia of violating a nuclear arms control agreement. Moscow signed with the US in the nineteen eighty s he said China should also have to sign up to the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty on North America. Correspondent Peter Bowes has more details. This is president from bringing China into this by saying that they should also be part of the treaty perhaps illustrates is concerned about a much bigger arms race way for mercy, but involving China in response to this China has simply said that it's completely wrong to bring China into this. And they hope that the parties Russia and the US can come work it out. The Chinese president Xi Jinping has officially opened the longest see bridge.
"peter bowes" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Has not adhere to the agreement. They should have been done years ago until people come to this. We have more money than anybody else by far we'll build it up until they come to their senses when they do then we'll all be spot. Roll all stop by the way, not only stuff will reduce which would love to do. But right now. Adhere to the agreement. I also US correspondent Peter Bowes for his assessment of Mr. Trump's threats reading between the lines. This is President Trump bringing China into this by saying that they should also be part of the treaty perhaps illustrates is concerned about a much bigger arms race way from Russia, but involving China as well. And he uses this phrase, the United States has more money than anyone else in Mogadishu its nuclear option until people come to their senses. And clearly he's referring not just to Russians the people and the leadership of China's. Well, these statements from President Trump over the past couple of days do seem to contradict his much criticised admirations of the Russian leader, Vladimir Putin. It's certainly a challenge of tone very much. So for President Trump a his relations with President Putin or indeed the Russians more generally, of course, the continuing investigation into potential Russian meddling all the Trump campaign meddling of the twenty sixteen elections that goes on the backdrop of anything in terms of relations between the president and Russia, but this is a marked departure strong criticism of a treaty which goes back to the Reagan era. And of course, we know that Reagan is is one of Donald Trump's heroes the American politicians, so it is quite a departure that he would want to get involved in something as serious and a significant as this treaty at this station's presidency. And there is a case was saying that these cold era treaties may need to be renegotiated to stop China having an unfair advantage over the US or Russia. That's certainly an argument and in response to this China has simply said that it's completely wrong to bring China into this. And they hope that the parties Russia and the US can work it out. But you might say, well, they would say that anyway, perhaps not wanting to be brought into a treaty of this nature, and the raw those who are saying that these deals go back several decades and should be looked at again Peterborough's the past three weeks have seen outrage and horror over the murder of a Saudi journalist, but for the past three years, the plight of millions of Yemenis caught up in war instigated by Saudi Arabia's crown prince has been largely ignored by the world, at least ten thousand people have died as a coalition led by the Saudis and supported by the UK the US in France has clashed with who rebels backed by Iran. The UN is warning that millions of people in Yemen could run out of food if the fighting closets biggest port data through which most of the country's food power. Passes. All again is one of the few western journalists to gain access to her data..
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"Which is kinda like being the sexiest person on life support. It's. Great. Great great, great that snow and the main individual categories. Matthew REEs won best lead actor in a drama. For spy thriller, the Americans and Claire Foy won best lead actress for her work on the crown a significant win for net flicks. I had the most extraordinary two and a half years of my life. I'm not gonna cry. On this program. And I was given a role that I never thought I would ever get a chance to play. And I met people who I will love to ever and ever and ever. And the show goes on which makes me so so proud, so I dedicate Mr. the next cost the next generation. And I also dedicate this to Matt Smith. Thank you so much so much clear for our correspondent Peter Bowes was watching for us in Hollywood Peter a big night for big hits. Yes. And I don't think it's quite life support yet for traditional or mainstream television. They did. Okay. And as you mentioned game of thrones. Of course, taking home the most prestigious award of the night for best drama also supporting actor in a drama for Peter Dink, but the streaming services. Yes, they did very very well. Indeed. The Malva smallest MRs may soli Armas show best comedy and a slew of other awards as well for writing and directing and for lead actress in a comedy, Rachel Brosnahan. And after dominating the nominations will net flicks be satisfied with how they ended up doing. I think Netflix will be satisfied. Clearly, the crown is a Netflix show cleverly one of the big winners and other awards for that show as well. And I think what this tells us is that certainly the streaming services are a major major force in. Television. They are producing television shows that how the credibility that how the acting quality and talent that in some cases, only money combine these are big budget productions now, and they reflect what a lot of people are saying is simply the new golden age of television that we have so many choices whether it is that traditional television set in the corner of your living room, or your tablet or even your phone. Indeed, major changes, Peter but awards can be life changing. They say, but two lives changed in an unexpected way. Tonight. Didn't they yes? If those an award for the best moment, it would go to what happened to land Weissenbach? They did win an award for directing the Oscars and ice story in itself. The director of the Oscar's winning an EMMY, but he also chose the moment to propose to his girlfriend who is in the audience. He came up onto the stage. He got down onto his knee. And he presented her with actually his father's ring that he'd wants to give them to his. Mother and thankfully, she said. Yes, indeed, a matters really not afraid of live television. Peter. Thank you, Peter Bowes in Los Angeles. The president of South Korea has arrived in the North Korean capital for talks on how best to revive the stalled negotiations on reading the peninsula of nuclear weapons moon Jae-in played a crucial role in brokering the historic summit between his North Korean counterpart and President Donald Trump in Singapore. Earlier this year will joining us from Seoul is our correspondent Laura bicker for more on this Laura two sets of talks are scheduled. How important is this to both leaders?.
"peter bowes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"In misleading political behavior face value these. Accounts appear to be those of independent outlets put in fact Facebook says. They were centrally controlled by. Russia Iran's page could Moscow raid is having one purpose really trying to drive a specific. Political agenda and. Facebook says that these pages targeted people across multiple internet services in the Middle. East Los in America the UK and the US BBC's Peter Bowes the leader of Syria's. Al-qaeda affiliate has vowed to fight on it live province country's last major. Rebel stronghold in the face of. A. Possible government offensive state-sponsored. Surrenders of rebel groups like those that are totally occurred in. Southern Syria will, not, happen in Italy Townhall dot com The federal judge hearing arguments, over a settlement allowing a company to post online plans for printing three, d guns says the overall issue of such untraceable plastic weapons should be decided by the president. Or congress district judge Robert laszevski says he'll rule on the legal issues involving the settlement between the company and. The Trump administration, he added however that a solution to the greater problem is so much better suited to the president or congress Lesnik previously issued, a restraining order blocking the online release, at the, plans nineteen states and the district of Columbia want the judge to, make it permanent Keith, Peters reporting experts say a powerful earthquake that shook Venezuela's northeastern coast and parts of the caravan caused little damage because of its depth seven point three quake largest strike Venezuela's since one, thousand nine hundred but at a death of some seventy six miles beneath.
Syrian militant leader slams Turkey and defends evacuations in new video
"Behavior face value these. Accounts appear to be those of independent outlets put in fact Facebook says. They were centrally controlled by. Russia Iran's page could Moscow raid is having one purpose really trying to drive a
Ancient 'Hobbit' Study Reveals an Island That Forced Humans to Shrink Twice
"Years of vicious fighting and with hundreds of thousands of. People dead has Bashar our side, won the war in Syria he holds all the major cities and his forces have just retaken the province. Of DARA where the uprising began in two thousand and. Eleven he's Kurdish opponents have traveled to Damascus to begin negotiations so is the war over or is a new phase of the Syrian crisis about to begin in the north of. The country Turkey and the Kurds are eyeing each other warily although, the so called Islamic state has lost, most of its territory it. Is still able to wreak havoc so can peace be reestablished can Syria begin to rebuild? And how will it welcome home more. Than five million refugees that's the real story from the BBC Coming up after the news Hello I'm David. Harper with the BBC news the opposition movement for democratic change alliance in Zimbabwe says it does not recognize. The victory of the incumbent the incumbent Emmerson. Mnangagwa in Monday's presidential election Mr. Mnangagwa was installed following the coup which. Asked Robert Mugabe last year the MDC says it. Will launch a legal challenge it's leader Nelson Chamisa, one little. More than forty four percent Andrew Harding is in Harari Emerson mnangagwa's said he was humbled by the resultant urge Zimbabweans unite behind his presidency tweeting that this was a. New beginning for the, country he secured fifty point eight percent of the vote just. Enough to avoid a runoff but the opposition has questioned the remarkably high turnout and maintains that. The election has been stolen they've promised to take to the. Streets in huge numbers much now depends on whether they can prove that the figures are substantially out of step with credible independent tallies US counter intelligence investigators are Ported to have discovered a suspected. Russian spy working at the American embassy in Moscow the guardian newspaper says the woman came under suspicion two. Years ago Peter Bowes reports the Russian nationalist. Said by the guardian to have had access to internet and Email systems. Giving her a potential window into highly confidential material. Including the shadows of the president and the vice, president a. US government official has confirmed the woman was working for the secret service in Moscow and statement the US secret service said it recognized all foreign service nationals could be. Subjected to foreign intelligence, influence especially in Russia but he's not it they were never. Given or placed in a position to obtain national security information the US secretary of state Mike. Pompeo has met his Turkish counterpart in attempts to avert an. Estimating escalating diplomatic crisis gene Turkey and America the meeting was held on the sidelines of regional talks in Singapore the US has said It will freeze the property and US held assets, of two Turkish ministers in. Protest at the, detention of an American clergyman in Turkey Andrew Brinson faces terrorism charges and you study has suggested humans with short stature on the Indonesian island of Flora's evolve, independently fastened years apart scientists decoded the genes of the islands modern day pygmy population to. Find out if they might be partly descended from members of an. Extinct species which have come to be known as hobbits their fossilized remains were found fifteen years ago, Richard Green is, associate professor at the. University of California they are not related at all it turns out that the. Folks who live there now. Are short genetically for largely the same reason that elsewhere in the world would be short. Painted a pretty clear. Picture that this island favors short stature because it has driven hominids. To be small twice Well news from the. BBC defense officials in the United States say Iran's military. Has become a major naval exercise. In the Gulf the drills involve scores have small attack boats a spokesman for the US military central command said they were monitoring increased Iranian operations in. The Gulf and the straight of HAMAs the US is, due to impose new sanctions on Tehran on Monday The US department of, Justice has, told a court hearing that volunteers and activists should take the lead in locating the undocumented, migrants who have been separated from their children most of. The families split up under the controversial policy have been reunited following a court order but not all hundreds of parents have been deported while that children was, still in detention centers research scientists for the defense department say recently repatriated, remains of America's Korean war debt appear to be from the renowned. Battle of Chosin which took place in the, winter of nineteen fifty fifty five cents of the remains transferred from North Korea include written information about where they were found tens. Of thousands of Chinese and US troops were killed navy strategic reservoir An Australian, climate has been rescued from a maintain in New Zealand's southern Alps where he'd been. Trapped for several nights in sub. Zero conditions is believed to have dug a snow cave to stay alive I n ship is has the story the climber named his left and Terry heart had been. Trapped on mount aspiring since Tuesday when someone in the United States picked up the signal of, emergency beacon and called New Zealand rescue center a helicopter with four rescue workers manage to find, him on Thursday but weather conditions, made it, impossible to early him so two team state denied bringing much needed food and blankets a, break in the weather allowed you straighten climber to. Be. Taken to hospital on Friday a rescue worker said the man is lucky to be alive and probably wouldn't have lost his another night and that's the latest, BBC news Hello welcome to the real story. I'm.
World shares mixed on fears of higher US tariffs on China
"Fake President Trump holds. A rally in Florida as its former campaign chief goes on trial in connection, with the, Russian. Election meddling inquiry adaptability the key to homo sapiens managed to survive. Were other species didn't it's like people can just do it like we were armed with the skill very shortly after reading Africa and the ability to figure out how to live in a very. Difficult environment very quickly, that's after, the news Other, Neil Nunez with the BBC news a judge in the United States has blocked. The online distribution of blueprints for the three d. printing, of, guns in June the Trump administration decided to. Allow the designs to be made available via the internet Peter Bowes has this report three d. printing is the process of making, a, physical, object from a three, dimensional digital model homemade. Guns made almost entirely a three d.. Printed plastic components known as go guns because unregistered untraceable and don't have serial, numbers in, June. The US government reached an agreement with a nonprofit grouping Texas allowing. It legally to publish gun blueprints online a judge in Seattle said he was blocking the distribution plan because it could cause irreparable harm to US citizens US media reports say sources close to President. Trump say he's consider During tariffs of up. To twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. Sergeant stab good escalate the trade dispute between the world's two largest economies nNcholas Russia reports this would not be the first, time President Trump impose tariffs on Chinese imports but the goods targeted now would have. A bigger impact on consumers Mr. Trump had previously threatened Levy ten percent talks between Washington and Beijing have reached a standstill. And increased to twenty five percent Mike pressure China to return, to the negotiating table tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. Are already in place and have been reciprocated an airliner, has, crashed on takeoff during a heavy hailstorm in. Northern Mexico injuring eighty-five people the governor of the state of Durango said the plane had been hit by a gust of wind, as, it, left the runway will, grant has more Many Mexicans feared the worst when they. Saw the first images of the smoking wreckage of the Eyadema Hueco flight in a field. Outside the airport in dude angle yet incredibly it appears to more than one hundred passengers and crew on board at, the time had an unlikely escape Who must immediately the reports of passengers walking away from the damaged plane and seeking help on, a nearby highway the state governor in Durango Jose Ross. Has said via Twitter there had been no casualties low the number of injured. And the extent of their injuries still isn't clear. The US homeland security secretary has welcomed the Facebook's decision, to shot to more than thirty accounts which are apparently aimed at influencing the midterm elections casting Nielsen said any attempts to interfere in elections was a direct attack on democracy for this book took down almost ten thousand posts it said it could not be certain of their source but some had links to accounts used by the Kremlin world news from the BBC Prosecutors in the trial of, President Trump's former election campaign manager Paul. Manafort say he filed, false tax returns and tries to hide millions of dollars in foreign banks they're accused him, of using the money to fund a luxury lifestyle Mr. Manafort has pleaded not guilty to charges of Bank fraud. And tax evasion Amnesty International says, one of its employees has. Been targeted in a hack using. Isreaeli made government surveillance software it said the employee was sent a message. About a protest which contained a link designed to allow the sender access to their device Agnes, decided had traced the malware decides sides linked to the. Israeli firm NSO group and in so at its technology was solely for the. Investigation and prevention of crime and terrorism but said. It would investigate Amnesty's claims a new study says climate, change will render densely populated areas of China uninhabitable by the end of the century William otter reports this study published by scientists in the US finds that. From twenty seventy, onwards the north China plain will be hit repeatedly by heat waves, so intense that healthy. Adults sitting in the shade could perish within six hours the area runs along the Yellow River and includes the cradle of Chinese civilization. Nearly half a billion people call it home while it borders mega cities like Beijing and Shanghai much of it is fertile farmland should the humidity from Evaporating irrigated fields combined with, the vising temperatures researchers say the plane. Could be the first, real casualty of climate change that's if global CO two emissions including China's own continue pace Abandon wearing Muslim face veils in public comes into force, today in Denmark the measure was. Passed by the Danish parliament. In may a protest rallies planned later involving both Muslim and non Muslim. Women wearing the niqab in defiance of the law police are able to. Order women wearing face coverings to, leave public areas BBC news Hello I'm Emilio San Pedro and this is the newsroom from the BBC World. Service last month the Trump administration gave the go-ahead controversially for the design of three d., plastic guns to be available to everyone online, that meant in. Theory anyone could, download the, blueprint for the plastic firearm plug it into a three d.. Printer and with the right. Materials. Instantly create a gun with no, background check required and today, the gun access advocacy group defense distributed was due to put these blueprints online but a, judge has now issued an order stopping this publication several US states including Massachusetts went to court to stop these plans for. Being made available it's attorney general is moral Healy, I think most people in this it's pretty outrageous that Sunday the. A department store by three d. printer take it home and look up these files and all of. A sudden they have made a gun and it's a matter of national. Security because Basically what the Trump administration, was going to do we're going to allow criminals and terrorists to make their own guns at home We think, it is wrong on so many levels and we're really pleased with this court issued disorder, and I think that that future courts if they're going to consider this will also. Come out the same way speaking outside court the Washington state attorney general. Bob Ferguson also welcomed the judge's ruling complete, total victory everything we asked for we got from judge last name to be clear we're asking for a nationwide temporary restraining order putting a halt to.
WhatsApp Has a New Plan for Fighting Its Lethal Fake News Problem
"In the ruling party selection of. Candidates for the parliamentary election the messaging service Watson has, announced restrictions on its service in India to try to curb. The spread of militias rumors, false allegations on WhatsApp have leads to at least fifteen deaths from Delhi Joe Miller more than two hundred. Million Indians, are what's up and they Ford more messages to each other than us in any other country but after the rapid spread. Of false accusations and. Deceptive videos led to a series of mob lynchings WhatsApp announced that Indian uses would only be able to pass on messages to FIFA the chats the company said it would also remove the forwarding. Button that appears next photos and videos the move comes after WhatsApp was chastised. By the Indian government which ordered that it immediately contain the. Spread of hoaxes Joe Minna world news from the baby The British Prime. Minister Theresa may we'll call them the European Union to evolve it's position. On Brexit when she makes a speech today about the Irish border which remains one of the most disputed parts of the negotiations MRs may. Will stress that she could never accept a deal which treats Northern Ireland differently from the rest of, the UK according Vietnam has ordered an American man to be deported for causing public disorder during. Nationwide protests last month state media said William Gwynn who is off Vietnamese descent had admitted. To taking part in illegal activities video footage showed him being, dragged through the streets with a bleeding head wound during, Don rest dozens of people were arrested Italy's far-right interior minister Matteo Salvini says he will bring a defamation case against. The Antimafia, writer Roberto no one of his fiercest critics earlier, this week Mr. savvy no tweeted a picture of. A dead woman and a child floating in the Mediterranean Sea and, questioned how much pleasure Mr.. Salvini took from the image Search and rescue operations have posed for the night at a lake in the US state of Missouri where a. Tourist boat capsized on Thursday killing at, least eleven people five others, remain missing divers have been involved in the Sach which will resume in, the morning more now from Peter Bowes this happened in some, pretty atrocious weather about. Whether has been rolling through the midwest of, the United States for the past few hours they're having fun thing about weather warning, but two of these boats these amphibious vehicles duck boats as they're known where out on the lake they're capable of. Operating, on land as well as in water very popular, interest areas, one managed to get back to the shore but this one didn't a capsized and sank to the bottom of the lake fence latest BBC world news Welcome to hard talk on the BBC World Service with me Steven Saka my guest today has spent three and a half decades serving as a member of the, European parliament but surely even, he would concede that. These are truly extraordinary diplomatic times in the European Union for starters there's Brexit one of the club's. Biggest members is intent on leaving but can't seem to figure out how and the twenty seven remaining members are disinclined to give Prime. Minister Theresa May's government a sweetheart deal, while the bricks it challenges, remaking the EU architecture that challenge of immigration threatens to open up new, fault lines in Europe in particular popular politicians in a host, of Member States are. Demanding tough new action from the EU establishment, and if that wasn't enough another populist from across the Atlantic Ocean President Donald Trump, is threatening to undo Mine the key strategic alliance between the. US and, Europe which. Is often security and shared values for the past seven, decades Europe's cherished stability suddenly looks vulnerable and Germany for all of its economic power maybe unable to restore, it Elma Brock, who is currently. In Washington DC, joins me on the line how. Close to Britain crashing out of the European Union without any kind of. Deal do, you think we are a thing since the chickens paper we see a possibility to come to. An agreement is the executive, order could agree to but we have no, after the Veda for one year Aflaid. A proposal? By the British government which is one of the basis for the negotiations and hopefully we can. Achieve remarry results on that all gets this agreement through Windsor. Transition period of time and then negotiate. Finally of future relationship in detail I looked at, reaction from Brussels to Theresa May's white paper proposals Michelle Bonnier has, kept very quiet he simply says he's analyzing those ninety eight pages but another, senior commission official was quoted in.
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"Greatest show on earth and followed by billions of people croatia is the smallest nation in decades to reach the world cup final france is i mean to take victory twenty years after its first win richard conway reports from moscow france croatia promises an intriguing clash between teams that have had contrasting routes to this stage of the tournament untroubled in the group stages france than outclassed argentina and uruguay before catholic diffusing belgium's attacking threat in the semifinal croatia meanwhile if had to get through tied games against denmark russia and england into knock out rounds with each match forcing extra time and with vladimir putin expected to attend the stage is therefore set for russia to bring this month long festival of football to a dramatic close will news from the bbc the british prime minister theresa may has warned members of her own conservative party unhappy with her brexit strategy that their stance could undermine any chance of a deal with brussels and the newspaper article she urged mp's to keep that is on the prize in watson reports the prime minister has come out fighting over brexit not so much with the opposition but the some of her own mp's she's issued a stark warning longstanding leave campaigners intend to scupper her brexit plan by trying to main legislation on trade customs arrangements this week she said that opposing her policy would be to disorderly and damaging brexit indeed it might even threaten brexit itself as she saw new workable alternative palestinian health officials say an explosion at the building in gaza has left two people dead and one wounded the cause of the blast was not immediately clear about the israeli military carried out further strikes overnight against hamas militant targets in gaza activists say syrian government units backed by russian forces have pushed closer towards the israeli occupied golan heights in an offensive against rebels in the province of the british based syrian observatory for human rights said syrian soldiers had captured the village of maschera eleven kilometers from the israeli held frontier line reportedly seized after heavy shelling a woman who had been missing for a week on the coast of california has been rescued from the base of a sixty meter cliff peter bowes reports from los angeles angela hernandez who's twentythree told investigators she'd swerved to avoid an animal when her sports utility vehicle plunged over the sixty meter cliff she was eventually found by hikers who spotted her partially submerged vehicle they raise the alarm and rescuers managed to get mishan undis who was conscious to safety a spokesman for the sheriff's department said she was lucky to survive both the fall and the ocean and that she'd stayed alive by drinking water from the radiator of her vehicle bbc news it's six minutes past seven gmt welcome to weekend from.
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"Christian charity india has been reeling from a series of violent sexual crimes the american tv network abc has announced a spin off to the hip series roseanne little not feature creator roseanne barr last month had cancelled the roseanne show outreach star posted a racist tweet peter bowes reports from los angeles when roseanne barr likened an africanamerican advisor to former president obama to an ape abc television took swift action to shut down her hugely popular sitcom the revival of roseanne had been a big success with the actress playing the matriarch of a blue collar donald trump supporting family now abc says the rest of the cast will return for a show with the working title the connors the network says roseanne barr will have no financial or creative.
Kelly Sadler, White House aide who insulted John McCain, is out
"The majority of university staff has criticized the final version of a new voluntary code on vicechancellors pay it buzzed by chancellors from sitting on committees which decide that pay and requires universities to justify senior staff salaries chris says he chas the committee of university chaz which wrote the code told us it will promote more openness it allows us to get the balance right between sustaining these world class organizations by being able to recruit retain and reward those people that we entrust to lead them and at the same time balancing the need to demonstrate value for money but the university and college union says it's woefully inadequate gentlemen's agreement it's general autry sally hunt told us there was still no transparency there is still still no staff presence there is still no student presence ion standard it's still a completely separate process to that which is used to reward everyone else a white house aide who mocked the terminally ill senator john mccain has lost her job in the runup to a confirmation hearing kelly sadler said senator mccain's opposition to the appointment didn't matter because he was dying the eighty one year old former presidential candidate is suffering from brain cancer his on north america correspondent peter bowes kelly sadler was taking part in a discussion during an internal meeting at the white house about gene hospital president trump's choice to be the next director of the cia john mccain had urged his fellow senators to vote against miss hospital because she refused to condemn torture during the meeting kelly sadler reportedly dismissed senator mccain's objection saying it doesn't matter he's dying anyway despite widespread outrage at the comment the white house refused to apologize all publicly rebuked the communications aid instead the president said the way the mater had been reported showed the leaking of information from the white house was out of control microsoft has sunk a small data center off the coast of orkney as part of an experiment to improve energy efficiency more and more information is held in vast data centers but they consume large amounts of electricity partly to keep them cool the details from our technology correspondent rory kathryn jones it's the whites cylinder about the size of shipping container packed with computers it was assembled in france then sell to orkney and sunk a mile off the coast there it was linked to.
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"Time four thirty good morning i'm bob conway are the chop stories on newsradio wbz eme prosecutors are accusing former trump campaign manager paul manafort of witness tampering and ask a federal judge to consider jailing him more from cbs please super bowl champion philadelphia eagles were supposed to be honored at the white house today but the invitation was withdrawn and illinois senator dick durbin is proposing what he calls the clean slate for kids online act nominee bb m sports washington beat las vegas six to to take a three games to one series lead in the stanley cup finals cloudy skies right now seventy degrees at four thirty one cbs news update federal prosecutors say president trump former campaign manager paul manafort has been spending his time under house arrest trying to tamper with witnesses in his money laundering case the bbc's peter bowes paul manafort is accused of attempting to communicate with two potential witnesses using a mobile phone and an encrypted message service the two individuals or associated with a pro ukraine group involved in mr manafort lobbying activities according to an fbi agent quoted in court papers one witness reported mr manafort approach and said he was attempting to influence testimony when he's case goes to trial uc berkeley law professor or when marinsky says that since witness tampering as a crime special counsel robert muller wants manafort go directly to jail condition of his balance he can't commit another crime automobile so the sticky revoked his bail manafort's trial is scheduled to begin july twenty fourth cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez derby dvd news john four thirty two president trump yesterday called off white house visit by the super bowl champion philadelphia eagles scheduled for today citing the dispute over nfl players standing for the national anthem it's customary for the super bowl champions visit the white house but that won't be happening for the philadelphia eagles that decision comes from the white house who cancelled tuesday's planned visit saying in a statement the organization disagrees with president trump on his stance that players stand for the national anthem the entire team was not planning on heading to dc the white house says eagles fans are still invited to attend a ceremony that will honor the country the team has not yet responded andrew kramer for cbs news philadelphia hell annoy senator dick durbin is proposing the clean slate for kids online act measure would give people the right to.
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"Volcano engulfed villages forcing thousands from their homes at least sixty nine people have died correspondent ally mcbeal is near the site of the volcano and has just sent this report the first funeral since the eruption included several all members of the same family including a three year old girl thousands of had to leave their homes and are now sheltered in schools and churches the closer we got to the volcano the more the air hungry with ash we drove through abandoned neighborhoods clothes still on washing lines ashcovered fruit stalls left as people ran for their lives the volcano itself is shrouded in smoke but as little else looking at it the gives away the catastrophic violence at roared so many people are still missing so many bodies still unidentified and there are fears of further eruptions the united nations is marking world environment day by releasing a survey of what countries are doing to address plastic pollution it says action is growing but much more needs to be done to stop the vast flow of plastic waste into rivers and seas the report says up to five trillion plastic bags are used worldwide each year donald trump's former campaign manager paul manafort who is awaiting trial on tax and money laundering charges has been accused of attempting to tampa with potential witnesses robot mona the special counsel investigating possible collusion between the trump campaign and russia has asked the judge overseeing the case to reconsider whether mr manafort should be allowed to continue living at home before his trial or be sent to jail on north america correspondent peter bowes reports paul manafort is accused of attempting to communicate with two potential witnesses using a mobile phone and an encrypted message service the two individuals are associated with a pro ukraine group involved in mr manafort's lobbying activities according to an fbi agent quoted in court papers one witness reported mr manafort's approach and said he was attempting to influence their testimony when his case goes to trial such activity would violate the conditions of mr manafort's release and could result in a judge revoking his bail he's been under house arrest since his first quarter peri last october mr manafort served as donald trump's campaign manager for three months in two thousand sixteen before resigning when the allegations began to emerge the royal college of gp's has written to.
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"The jerusalem embassy will lead to greater stability in the middle east and perhaps lead to a peace deal based on what one official calls reality not fantasy president trump who announced the embassy move in december is sending his daughter ivanka soninlaw jared kushner to represent him along with treasury secretary steven mnuchin first lady melania trump expected to remain in the hospital through the week she underwent a medical procedure for what was described as a benign kidney condition cbs's dr jon lapook the key phrase in the report was benign kidney condition now an embassy action means that you're choking off the blood supply to something that's something could be a benign growth or less likely it could be an abnormal collection of blood vessels and the president tweeted that his wife is in good spirits after a successful procedure jonathan allen of fairfield california has pleaded not guilty to seven counts of torture nine counts of felony child abuse in connection with what police say were acts of intensive intentional abuse quote four sadistic purposes kcbs reporter doug sovereign lieutenant greg hurlbert with the fairfield police described squalid living conditions ten children youngest just four months old sharing one bedroom human and animal feces neuron floor it was obviously unsanitary he says nine of the ten kids were being tortured sadistically which their mother aina rogers denies cps looks up and down and said there's no sign of abuse no sign of neglect so why a month later are you kicking my door down and arresting my husband on these horrible allegations doug sovereign for cbs news fairfield california seattle city council voted unanimously to pass a head tax on large businesses to fund programs for the homeless works out to about two hundred seventy dollars per year per time employees with the money going to affordable housing and homeless services reporter peter bowes this tax will apply to those companies.
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"Biggest companies based there the details now from peter bowes in los angeles what is actually passed is a watered down version the original plan was for a much more stringent tax on those companies and the reason i doing it is to essentially offset what is seen by some as the damage done to the local housing market by these large companies these huge tech companies companies like amazon coming in and forcing housing prices up so the money is going to be used to provide low income people with housing and to try to resolve housing issue in seattle this is the latest world news from the bbc the nicaraguan cardinal leopoldo brenes has announced that talks to try to end a month of violent demonstrations will begin on wednesday the discussions between the government and student leaders of the protests will take place at a roman catholic seminary near managua the demonstrators have been demanding that president daniel ortega step down accusing him of ordering a crackdown which they say leads to over fifty deaths the german football federation has criticized two of its international message ozal and ill k gonda one for posing in photos with turkish president richard type erta won the two players who are of turkish origin but were born in germany mac mr arwan in london where they presented him with signed sheds of their clubs arsenal and manchester city the authorities in australia have told athletes who disappeared from last month's commonwealth games to hand themselves in before the end of the day or face deportation from sydney howard griffith sent this report the athletes from cameroon uganda rwanda and sierra leone old disappeared from net accommodation on the gold coast some without even competing the cameroon team shift in michigan branded his country's missing boxes and weightlifters deserters until now they've been in the country legally but in order to remain they must lodge a formal claim for refugee status before their visas expire at the end of the day the bbc into stand several athletes have taken legal advice from asylum resource center in melbourne others are understood to have travelled to sydney and brisbane the american clothing retailer gap has apologized for setting a t shirt featuring a map of china that does not include taiwan china considers taiwan to be part of its territory gap said in a statement on the.
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"The charges donald trump's former doctor said a letter released in his name during the presidential election campaign about the health of then republican candidate was written by mr trump himself the letter declared that mr trump would be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency more from our north america correspondent peter bowes in interviews with us television doctor harold bornstein has said the letter in his name was actually dictated by donald trump it said then candidate had recently completed a medical examination and it showed only positive results mr trump's blood pressure and laboratory results were astonishingly excellent it said his physical strength and stamina were extraordinary but dr bornstein now says he didn't write the letter there's been no comment from the white house to his remarks the direct line insurance group has said it's facing claims of around fifty million pounds relating to freezing temperatures in february and march direct line estimates that settling the claims will use up its entire annual budget for damage caused by bad weather dame vera lynn has been nominated for two awards in the forthcoming classic brits dame vera who is one hundred one has been named in the best female and best album categories the ceremony takes place at the royal albert hall next month our entertainment correspondent colin paterson reports dame vera lynn has received awards throughout her career in nineteen forty five she was given both the wall metal and the burma star for entertaining the troops but now at the age of one hundred and one she's nominated into competitive categories at the classic brit awards on the back of the success of her latest album vera lynn one hundred riach extracted versions of summer for best known songs it was only kept off number one by ed sheeran and drake in best female she's up against the pianist bear tracy ran up seventy six years her junior while an album of the year competition includes another pianist tokyo myers the winner of last year's britain's got talent call in paddison reporting there the time is ten pasta eight theresa may has.
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"The newsroom from the bbc world service when donald trump was running for president a letter was released signed by his doctor declaring how healthy he was indeed if elected he'd be the healthiest individual ever elected to the job now though harold bornstein now he's doctor has told cnn that mr trump dictated the letter himself the white house has so far made no comment on north america correspondent peter bowes told us what the letter said this letter was released in december of twenty fifteen as donald trump was vying to become the republican candidate for president andy was we believed at the time a letter from his doctor that said he mr trump had had a recent complete medical examination that showed only positive results his blood pressure one hundred ten over sixty five laboratory results were astonishingly excellent says the letter his physical strength and stamina are extraordinary if elected mr trump i can state unequivocally will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency so what is the doctor saying now and why now why now we don't really know but what are you saying is that he didn't write the letter and that in fact it was dictated by donald trump in factor he says he read out the language to use his words he read out the language as he the doctor and his wife were driving across central park he said mr trump dictated the letter and i would tell him what he couldn't put in there and then apparently he had the letter written he signed the letter he.
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"Wales for service rejected offers of help from metropolitan far crews hindering the rescue effort new report is warned that the amount of plastic in the world sees will triple in a decade unless steps taken to reduce litter the report commissioned by the british government outlines a range of other threats to the oceans roger harrabin reports the authors predict huge growth in commercial activity in the sees a doubling to three trillion dollars globally by twenty thirty seabed mining will play a part alongside offshore oil and gas but the authors warned that firms are moving so fast to exploit the ocean the scientists and governments are in danger of being left behind they warn of many threats to the ocean including plastics climate change acidification overfishing and pollution of many kinds this is world news from the bbc israel has admitted for the first time that it destroyed a suspected syrian nuclear reactor in two thousand and seven the admission was made after the israeli military decalcified material related to the air raid it's all been thought israel was responsible for the attack although never officially acknowledged it took place three soldiers have been killed in ecuador and the latest of a series of attacks near the border with colombia the ecuadorian government blames former members of the colombian rebel group the faulk it's believed many became involved with drug trafficking gangs after the rebel groups signed a peace deal with the colombian government in two thousand sixteen it's being reported in the united states the president trump ignored warnings from his national security advisers to avoid congratulating president russia's president vladimir putin on his reelection according to the washington post newspaper mr trump chose not to heed briefing notes during a telephone call peter bowes reports donald trump described his conversation with president putin as a very good call he congratulated the russian leader on his new sixyear term apparently ignoring a section in his briefing materials stating in capital letters do not congratulate mr trump later said he would probably see president putin in the not too distant future the washington post says mr trump also chose not to heed talking points from his aides instructing him to condemn mr putin over the recent poisoning of a former russian spy in the uk with a powerful nerve agent peterborough's reporting and the australian billionaire james packer has resigned from the.