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"philip wilson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"In August of this year. A landmark decision was handed down that many said would spell a new era of accountability. In the Catholic church worldwide. Philip Wilson a former archbishop from Adelaide Australia was convicted of concealing child-sex-abuse making him the highest ranking Catholic in the world to be found guilty of that crime. Last week. However, Mr. Wilson was acquitted after successfully appealing to a higher court Peter Gaga tea is a survivor of the pedophile priest. Four whom Philip Wilson was charged with covering up. We reach Mr. Gaga Tei in Newcastle. Australia pito, what was the reaction as side the courthouse on Thursday. When Philip Wilson's conviction. Was overturned think almost universal shock, and this beliefs that that this judge had come to such a completely different conclusion to the magistrate who matter in the food case that the magistrate fan the number of witnesses to be very reliable and in fan, but mission Wilson was dissembling vic- ended. He's evidence was controlled. But judge yellow standing xactly the opposite of bet. He we'll. To be reliable and most of the other witnesses to be mistaken all to had created fulsome memories. So it was it was just stunned disbelief. Nothing. Can you tell us what? Bishop Wilson had been convicted of doing what what crime had the magistrate found he'd committed. Yeah. Well in in New South while vol- there is a crawl on cold considering a serious inaudible things. So it was alleged that back in the early two thousands that it's Bishop Wilson knew that push. James Petrie flip had abused. The bully back in the seventy and effectively the Laurie. Newsouth while stays that. If you know that somebody has to made it a series inaudible things, and you know, that that insulation would be used to the police, and you don't give somebody the police being you have yourself to me. Needed enough things. And this is the case this fellow Peter Cray who had abused by pedophile priest appraise to was convicted of that. And that Peter Cray said and told the court that in nineteen seventy six when he was fifteen years old. He told father Wilson just a priest and the archbishop he told them on two occasions that he had been abused by father Fletcher. Is that right? Yes. Let's all it. And also given in the child form another boy who had say a random at the same time as the cry head told Wilson Dame father Wilson bit flat. You're abusing him. And then number of other families also forward and say that in more recent onside told Wilson Abed, the offending is giants Patrick put you but h owes to do nothing about it. Yeah. We just have clear though that Philip Wilson. Himself was not accused or convicted of participating any abuse of film. Wilson has. Suggest that he was involved in abusing anybody. Did you know archbishop Wilson at a time when you were being abused? Yes. Data and and all new Bishop Wilson from an I bet doing when he was supposed to dying as a Catholic priest. He came to the parish way, log grandparents lead and then for short period a little bit lighter on he also tweet Jiang's Petrie flick of a man the same main who also sixty abused me. Gnawing ten days ago, all I chose contact species Wilson, and because the Catholic church had been protesting that they MU nothing about any of these pitiful, priests contacted him instantly to see if he had known anything about what had been up to. And despite having known me for most of my loss dodge Bishop refused to meet with meal talk to me on the bicycle that he'd had legal with boss not. So what started to one though Voy that would be the case? Peter Cray, who was abused by this priest father Fletcher Fletcher, also was the one who abused you. That's correct. And what's become a father Fletcher will follow the flick dotting Gile quarter few years ago? Now, he was convicted of sexually abusing another boy subsequently the police have probably identified up. To twelve victims of flight, you say Lee, he offended from nodding seventy one wrought up until he's raced in two thousand two and all I had absolutely not a doubt that not just odds Bishop Wilson, but that people.
"philip wilson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Seventy six. The former Roman Catholic archbishop of Adelaide Australia has had his conviction for concealing child abuse overturn in may Philip Wilson became the most senior Catholic official in the world to be found guilty of concealing child abuse. The court was told that in the nineteen seventies. He'd been contacted by the victims of a paedophile priest but failed to later pass on their evidence to the police the cleric had insisted he had no recollection of being told and today an appeal judge ruled that there was reasonable doubt over whether the conversation avatar place, the archdiocese of Adelaide says it welcomes the conclusion of a process, which it describes as being long and painful for all concerned BBC's, how Griffith a United Nations human rights office says at Barundi government has asked it to leave the country. Do sand analysis at townhall dot com. What baby wants to come into the world? The new arrival doesn't necessarily care where bomb is at the time. A baby was born at a shell gas station near Washington after spontaneous help from to enterprise rent a car employees WTT TV reports Ben Schaefer was driving while his wife Patricia have been in labor less than an hour that Thursday was starting normally for Nick appel in Katie Ribas, they filled up vehicles at the chantilly Virginia station across from work Schaeffer says he cut off about fourteen people parked and tried not to freak out or basa took the phone from him at a nine one. One operator helped them through the process of delivering the newborn MacKenzie. She arrived in moments. The Schafer's are now home safe Keith Peters. Washington. This week's OPEC meeting in Vienna. Iraq's oil minister says he's confident that officials from the major oil producing countries will reach an agreement that will help.
"philip wilson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Up after the news on the BBC World Service. BBC news. China has called for the immediate release of a senior executive from the technology giant hallway who's been arrested in Canada? Mingguan Joe was held after an extradition request from the United States is understood she's accused of violating US sanctions against Iran for the first time in two years. Yemen's internationally recognized government and the who the rebels are to meet face to face the talks to end Yemen's devastating war are to take place in Sweden. The former Roman Catholic archbishop of Adelaide in Philip Wilson has had his conviction for concealing child abuse overturned earlier this year, the archbishop was sentenced to minimum of six months home detention for covering up abuse by paedophile priests. State television in Iran says three people have been killed and several injured in a car bombing in the port city of Chabahar. The report described as a terrorist attack near a police station Java high which is close to Pakistan is the site of a joint port project between Iran and India. Cuba's government has made some last minute changes to regulations on private enterprise that come into force this week. Limited one business license per citizen has been dropped along with a restriction on restaurants. Having more than fifty seats. A search and rescue operation is taking place off the coast of Japan for six US, Marine Corps personnel missing. After a mishap involving to American aircraft on a nighttime training exercise to crew members have been rescued so far. Hundreds of people have been filing past the body of the former US President, George Hw Bush whose coffin is lying. Martin's episcopal church in Houston, the forty first US president will be buried in thirsty. Besides his wife, Barbara who died in April BBC news. At daybreak here on the eastern end of Long Island where I live. The sun emerges from the Atlantic Ocean. Like some great whale breaking the surface. Sunrise the majestic everyday occurrence that defines every new day banishes the nighttime stars. Never mind that most of them.
Australian archbishop cleared of child sex abuse cover-up
"In Australia. The former Roman Catholic archbishop of Adelaide Philip Wilson has had his conviction for concealing jar child abuse overturned by an appeals court early this year archbishop Wilson was sentenced to a minimum of six months in home detention after he was convicted of covering up abuse bar pedophile priests in New
Australian archbishop cleared of child sex abuse cover-up
"In Australia. The former Roman Catholic archbishop of Adelaide Philip Wilson has had his conviction for concealing child abuse overturned by an appeals court archbishop Wilson was sentenced to a minimum of six months in home detention after he was convicted of covering up abuse by paedophile priests in New South
"philip wilson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So great for diagnosis. Would it also be used for treatment? This is something different from gene editing, I presume, yes. Yes. So gene editing is where you're in fact, changing a person's genome, if a person has leukemia, you may be able to take stem cells, blood stem cells and repair them in some way. So that when you do a stem cell transplant they have healthier cells. Here what we're doing is effectively reading the person's DNA and saying where might they have deficiencies or extras or vulnerabilities hundred thousand genomes will the able to look for these reasons for vulnerabilities that are written right there in the genome, the more genomes we have and the more computers. We have to be able to compare and contrast all these different denounce, the better the information is professor Terry gasoline and of the institute for genomic medicine now look at what else is happening in the world today with Nick. A former Catholic archbishop in Australia as had his conviction for concealing child abuse overturned by an appeal court earlier this year Philip Wilson was convicted of covering up abuse by paedophile priests in New South Wales and sentenced to six months in home detention. He resigned as archbishop in July. Having initially resisted calls for him to stand down. Australian scientists have developed a universal cancer tests that can detect traces of the disease in the patients bloodstream. It uses a color changing fluid to reveal the presence of malignant cells anywhere in the body and provides results in ten minutes. The test is still in development, but it's hoped it could one day make routine screening for the disease, a simple procedure for doctors the governing body of gymnastics in the United States is filed for bankruptcy protection following the huge sex abuse scandal involving the former national team, Dr Larry Nassar several hundred women who have filed lawsuits seeking compensation now face it. Delay the latest head of embattled USA gymnastics Katherine Carson said the organization was financially sound seeking protection to help. Resolve the compensation claims says to me that these could total up to one hundred million dollars and the star and director of.
BBC World Service, BBC and Nicolas Maduro discussed on BBC World Service
"Writes candidly about transitioning to a transgender woman she joins forum to discuss her. Memoir her work in politics and losing her husband to cancer four days after, their, wedding it's the, rebroadcast of forum with Michael Krasny it's in thirty. Minutes after the BBC World Service live from London on
Australian bishop convicted of sex abuse cover-up resigns
"NewsRadio ten thirty house lawmakers on beacon hill will vote today on a Bill that, could tax Airbnb the same as. Hotels and motels, the compromised Bill which will include, a seventeen point five percent tax on short, term rental units and we'll add an additional six to nine percent. Of local taxes, if it's approved the Bill would make Massachusetts the first state to maintain a central registry on short term rentals and would go into effect in January of. Two thousand nineteen the. Pope was accepted the resignation of an Australian archbishop who is convicted of covering up child sex abuse by a, priest from. Sydney Adelaide's archbishop Philip Wilson's resignation comes after he was convicted in may of. Failing to report the repeated abuse, of two Altar boys by priests Jim Fletcher back in the nineteen seventies Wilson faces up to two years behind bars TCI surveillance program is once again coming under. Scrutiny after the globe reports. That the program tracks information about Americans. Who are not suspected of any crime we get details from WBZ's Ben Parker other program dubbed quiet skies the Transportation Security Administration. Has been keeping tabs, on American citizens who are not under, investigation by any agency or on any terror watch list CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB chairman Mark Rosenberg, explains the goal of the program was an in kind of a program to look not only for terrorists but for people that potentially, could disrupt the flight and do other things that not necessarily related care first reported by the Boston Globe the program which is existed since two. Thousand ten uses air marshals to monitor such things as whether. Passengers fidget. Use a, computer and other behaviors Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty still to, come this, morning the president once again tweeting about the news media will share the Details.
"philip wilson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Later Norwood police are to soaking wet men matching. That description one of them actually had the victims licensed in, his pocket marijuana and. And bags and he had cocaine woman was able to identify the two suspects here at the. Police station they were arrested and then arraigned in Dedham they're both being held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing later. This month The, victim says the two suspects threaten to kill her a man already in prison is sentenced to an additional. Eighteen to twenty two years for multiple rapes on the esplanade and in south Boston Alejandro Don and pleaded guilty last month to several. Charges including raping three women though survivors face their, attacker and ask the judge for the maximum. Sentence don't is currently serving ten. To twelve years for raping a passenger while he was. Driving for Uber and two thousand fourteen the prime minister of, Australia is calling on pope Francis to fire an Australian archbishop convicted of covering up child sexual abuse Celcom Turnbull says archbishop Philip Wilson should have resigned two. Months ago when he was convicted of failing to. Report to the police the repeated abuse of two older boys, by a priest during. The nineteen seventies clear that he should resign and I think it's time has come now for. The ultimate authority in the church to take action and second Wilson says he only offer his resignation if his appeal He'll fails Tom rivers ABC news at the foreign desk a church in Roxbury is saved from the wrecking ball the organization historic Boston agreed to purchase the Saint James orthodox church. And work with a community on future plans for the site the nonprofit redeveloped historic, buildings across Boston that it, considers at, risk of being lost. A future development a realty group proposed tearing down the church and building housing on the site the boss, had landmark commission last week granted.
Date set for 1st expected return of Korean War remains
"Listening to the latest world news coming to you from the, BBC A week before a general election in Pakistan a BBC interview with the. Head of one of the country's most prominent media groups has sparked controversy The. Chief executive of the dorm group how meet Haroon accused the country's powerful military establishment of siding. With the former cricketer Imran Khan and his party the military denies trying to influence next week's vote The US secretary of state Mike. Pompeo says North Korea will soon return the. Remains of a number of American soldiers killed in the Korean war. The country's leader Kim Jong UN made the commitment is summit with President Trump last month US media have suggested the remains of fifty. Five servicemen will be handed over in late July on the sixty fifth anniversary of the armistice that halted the. War more than five thousand US. Soldiers never returned The prime minister of Australia Malcolm Turnbull has called on pope Francis to sacra disgraced archbishop who was convicted of covering up child sex abuse visit Wilson is the most senior. Roman Catholic official to be convicted of the. Charge from Sydney here's Phil Mercer the Australian Prime minister said it was time for the. Ultimate authority in the church to take action, and, sank Philip Wilson the pope does have the power to dismiss the archbishop of Adelaide who concealed the crimes of paedophile priests during the. Nineteen seventy s, he was sentenced to twelve. Months in detention by a magistrate who said he showed no remorse or. Contrition Wilson has, refused to resign pending. An appeal a new study shows Australia is overtaking. Britain as the world's biggest destination for international. Students after.
Most senior Catholic convicted of sex abuse cover-up is sentenced
"The most senior roman catholic cleric in the world to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse has been sentenced in australia archbishop philip wilson was sentenced to twelve months jail but the judge suspended the sentence considering instead six months home detention the sixty seven year old was found guilty earlier this year a failing to report to police the abuse of two older boys by pedophile priests the incident occurred in astray area in the nineteen seventies in handing down the sentence the judge also ordered the archbishop perform community service the meta goes back to court in august as the judge considers legal arguments over the sentencing scott maimon cbs news brisbane australian dream come true for one hundred from kentucky turns out to be a nightmare for animal lovers thousands of twitter users are posting their outrage over thirtysevenyearold test tallies facebook photo showing her posing with the body of a rare black taraf she killed in south africa deborah rodriguez cbs news jerry deadlocked for a second time i'm simply burkey that's one of the stories we're following on am seven sixty four the second time jury is deadlocked in the case of a man accused of driving drunk and fatally running down a lifts driver who was tending to a sick passenger outside his car judge amelia maze ordered a mistrial after jurors told her they were deadlocked for a quill eleven to one stephen quintero has a prior dui conviction and prosecutors say he fled after the crash fiery single car wreck killed a driver monday in bonn saw where the vehicle veered off the seventysix at thoroughbred lane fire officials say the driver was dead by the time they were able to douse the flames two hundred and fifty thousand plus crowd expected for wednesday's big bay boom we'll get some transit help from mt s which will run in enhanced sunday schedule there also good spots to watch the big fireworks show along the trolley line little italy the santa fe depot the convention center gas lamp quarter it's cloudy and sixty six degrees am seven sixty k fm talk and breaking news hey good morning.
Indonesia ends search for ferry victims, Germany's migrant deal, and other news in pictures
"Today european shares and us futures rising following that mixed asian session all eyes were on the one today the euro strengthening is germany's coalition government dodged a crisis over my gration telecom companies leading an advance in the stock six hundred today futures on the s and p five hundred the dow the nasdaq all pointing to a firm open minor glencore heading for the biggest decline in two years something i'll come to hong kong stocks slumping as the city returned from a holiday em says pairing some of that declines as the people's bank of china governor eat gang said the country aimed to keep its currency at a stable and reasonable level that helped the u honore's earlier losses is developing nation currencies overall edge tie today turkey's lira plunging after inflation data dollar falling versus major payers treasury steady the swedish krona advancing as the country's central bank sticking to its plan to start lifting interest rates while the global trade spat between the world's biggest economies appears to be worsening investors will take some chair from that pbs pledged to keep the stable that'll city looking two minutes from the fed jobs data later in the week to provide a welcome distraction from protectionist risks off to the country celebrates its independence day stock where keeping an eye on today is glenn called the biggest percentage decline on the stock six hundred shares of sunk a massive twelve percent biggest drop since march two thousand and sixteen the big news coming out of glencore is essentially it's african troubles are escalating dramatically that's after us authorities demanded documents relating to possible corruption and money laundering the world's biggest commodity trader says it's been subpoenaed by the us department of justice to produce documents with respect to compliance with the foreign corrupt practices act and united states money laundering statutes they relate to the company's business in nigeria the democratic republic of congo and venezuela from two thousand seven to the present that's a bloomberg business flash here's markus karlsson with more on what's going on around the world mark twelve boys and their football coach trapped in a cave and thailand will need to learn to dive all wait months for flooding to recede before they can get out the group had been missing for nine days before they were found by divers late yesterday rescues are now battling rising water levels to bring more supplies to the group with tirtha saying that they may need food for at least the next four months the most senior roman catholic clerics will be to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse has been sentenced to twelve months detention australian archbishop philip wilson has been found guilty of failing to tell the police about the repeated abuse of to alter boys by a priest in the nineteen seventy s and disgraced movie producer harvey weinstein has been indicted on new sexual assault claims according to manhattan district attorney facing charges of sexually assaulting three women weinstein could be convicted of a minimum ten years in prison and a maximum sentence of life imprisonment his attorney benjamin bronfman has said weinstein will plead not guilty global news twenty four hours a day on naronha take talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm chris carlson this is bloomberg markets thanks coming up next our colleagues in the us getting ready for bloomberg daybreak in new york let's check in with bob morning bob the people's bank of china pledges you want stability and china's currency stems losses we'll have the very latest chinese telecom carrier meantime is the latest target of the trump administration which is moving to block the state back company from entering the us telecommunications market citing national security concerns jealous subject we'll have the story from the bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in washington shares of glencore plunge after a us subpoena over possible money laundering bloomberg sebastian selleck we'll have details in london societe generale requires the commodities and equity units of commerce bank we'll get the story from bloomberg's danny burger and we're set to talk live and our first half hour to kelham pickering berenberg senior economist he's doing my colleague karen moskow and me for bloomberg daybreak right here on bloomberg radio.
Austria gives skeptical response to German migrant deal
"With the diving skills required to reach them they're also talking about bringing in power lines and phone lines so they can talk to their families even when they recover their strength bringing them back through miles of partly flooded tunnels will be a daunting challenge and the rainy season has just started here water levels will rise the australian government says it will take steps to protect its borders if germany tightens its frontier controls at deal to stop asylumseekers entering germany from austria was reached during talks to save germany's governing coalition on monday from vienna bethany bell reports in a statement australia's government said it wanted clarification of germany's position that it warned without giving details that it would take measures to protect its southern borders with italy and slovenia if the german deal goes ahead that could risk the domino effect in europe at the number of migrants increases migrant numbers currently very low spot checks and on the borders by joint patrols of austrian and german police and australian and italian police already take place migrants who are caught at the borders of frequently sent back libyan naval officials say sixty three migrants trying to reach europe are missing after their inflatable boats sank east of the capital tripoli forty one people aboard who were life jackets were rescued those missing are among one hundred and seventy people disappeared since friday demonstrators in poland are planning to show their support for supreme court judges who could be forced to retire today under new regulations that the european commission says undermined judicial independence the controversial reforms means premium court judges must retire at the age of sixty five rather than seventy atom eastern reports the european commission spokesman said the matter was urgent a new supreme court law low as the retirement age from seventy to sixty five and the affected judges can only stay on if pollens president a government ally allows them to the commission said this measure the minds judicial independence and breaches eu rules several judges including the court's first president malgorzata guest off say their mandates are protected by the polish constitution and they have pledged to return to work a wednesday world news from the bbc parliament in israel has passed a law that will penalize the palestinian government for paying stipends to palestinian prisoners held in israel jails each month israel collects about one hundred and thirty million dollars of tax revenue on behalf of the palestinian authority and the law mandates that israel will withhold the some equivalent of the stipends the palestinians say the phones are welfare payments for six and a half thousand prisoners and their families the british government has set to seventy five point action plan to reduce the discrimination and injustice experienced by lesbian gay bisexual and transgender people it includes legislation to ban what it described as the apartment practice of trying to turn gay people straight the proposal stem from a survey of more than one hundred thousand lgbt people a roman catholic archbishop in australia has been sentenced to twelve months in home detention for covering up child sexual abuse the archbishop of adelaide philip wilson remained silent as a magistrate delivered the decision not to send him to jail the sixty seven year old was convicted in may of covering up abuse by a pedophile priest in the nineteen seventies philip wilson has so far refused to resign as an archbishop the magistrate said he showed no remorse or contrition this abuse victim daniel ffynnon give his response to the ruling i tied the court are just can't believe that it's gone on for so long so i was forty two last week so it was abused when i was twelve on since thirty years and i'm still sitting there looking at catholic church and coverups scientists have mapped the entire genome of one of trillions most recognizable marsupials the koala it's hoped that day so will lead to treatments for diseases affecting the vulnerable species such as committee which leaves koalas blind and infertile style disease dog attacks car strikes i'm bushfires have left only a tiny fraction of the estimated ten million koalas living before european colonisation of australia bbc news.
Germany, Jenny Hill and Sixty Seven Year discussed on BBC World Service
"Germany's governing coalition on monday here's jenny hill on the face of it angela merkel has pulled off a career saving compromise the row has centered on what to do with people who seek asylum in germany having registered in another e you country i the leaders agreed to build transit centers inside the border though technically north on german soil in which people would be detained before being sent back to the original eu country but there are a few other details it's not known how many other countries are prepared to take back germany's failed to sign in seekers nevertheless mrs markle hailed the deal as a breakthrough libyan naval officials say sixty three migrants trying to reach europe are missing after their inflatable boats sank east of tripoli forty one who were life jackets were rescued those missing or among one hundred and seventy people who've disappeared since friday a roman catholic archbishop in australia has been sentenced to twelve months in home detention for covering up child sexual abuse the magistrates had philip wilson the archbishop of adelaide had shown no remorse how will griffith reports as the sentence was handed down flip wilson stood silently the sixty seven year old had been one to prepare for prison after being found guilty of concealing child abuse late nineteen seventies he was approached by the victims of a paedophile priest but decades later he failed to pass on their evidence protecting the church's reputation instead the magistrate said the trust of vulnerable victims had been betrayed but the entrepreneurship wall spanta jail sentence and will be detained at home where he may need to wear an electronic tag world news from the bbc the venezuelan government has promoted more than sixteen thousand members of the armed forces in ceremonies across the country the defense minister general vladimir padrino said the military personnel were being rewarded for their loyalty he also praised the armed forces for respecting human rights despite international criticism over the army's role in suppressing antigovernment protests in recent years almost forty percent of poland's supreme court judges could be forced to retire today under new regulations the european commission has become legal action against the change as adam eastern reports the european commission spokesman said the matter was urgent a new supreme court law low as the retirement age from seventy to sixty five and the affected judges can only stay on if pollens president a government ally allows them to the commission said this measure undermines judicial independence and breaches rules several judges including the court's first president malgorzata guest dove say their mandates are protected by the polish constitution and they have pledged to return to work on wednesday the british government has set high to seventy five point action plan to reduce the discrimination and injustice experienced by lesbian gay bisexual and transgender people it includes planned legislation to ban conversion therapy designed to reduce same sex attraction which describes as an abhorrence practice reflecting on the action plan the prime minister theresa may said no one should ever have to hide who they are or whom they love scientists have mapped the entire genome of one of australia's most recognizable marsupials the koala it's hoped that the day so will lead to treatments for diseases affecting the vulnerable species such as cla media which leaves koalas blind and infertile disease dog attacks car strikes and bush fires have left only a tiny fraction of the estimated ten million koalas living before australian colonisation of australia bbc news many thanks for the latest hello and welcome to newsday shaimaa lawrence with you this morning wait for the dry season or learn how to scuba dive that seems to be the options for the thai boys on their coach twelve footballers and an older young man who have been found alive after more than a week more on that in a moment pakistan bangladesh and the world cup in russia also featuring in the next half hour here on newsday well they found them a fantastic story now the problem is how to get them out rescuers a working out how to free the twelve boys and their football coach who've been stuck for days since the twenty third of june in a flooded cave complex in thailand missing for ten days dramatic footage issued by the thai navy shows the moment british divers surfaced from an underground lake to find the.
Bloomberg, Ten Minutes and Eight Seven Percent discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe
"In london i may ritchie hitch with this bloomberg radio business flash just over ten minutes away from the european equity market open and it looks like it could be risk back on a europe after we saw some modest declines on the asia pacific index with the hang sang leading the losses after that market came back from holiday playing catch up to some extent your stocks fifty futures higher by four tenths of a percent dax futures higher by seven tenths of a percent cat forty futures pointing higher by four tenths of a percent and footsie100 futures higher by three tenths of a percent or meanwhile us futures look in the s and p five hundred futures up one tenth of a percent in terms of the fx markets although we did see some risk off in the asian session it has really been expressed that much through dalian in fact the dollar is now higher by one tenth of a percent against the yen one eleven spot zero threes where we trade we've got onto that one eleven handle in this session the euro is fairly steady in this session we saw some losses yesterday but it's trading unchanged at one sixteen forty one in cable also not really moving a lotta though it is a big week for brexit one thirty one forty three as where we trade in the fixed income space the ten year treasury yield steady at two point eight seven percent germany's tenured boondi healed up one and a half basis points thirty two basis points in the gilt market opened up in just over ten minutes time looking at the oil markets we've seen wti jump as much as one point two percent in the session we're up one percent now seventy four spot sixty nine dollars a barrel we trade at seventy seven for eighty five on brent that is up some seven tenths of a percent this basically after we've seen data showing that opec output with steady in june despite a jump by the saudis that's your bloomberg business flash sandra kilhof with more on what's going on around the world good morning nara twelve boys and left football coach trapped in a tie cave will need to learn to dive all wait months for flooding to recede before they can get out the group had been missing for nine days before they were found by divers late yesterday rescuers battling rising water to bring more supplies to the group the tire authorities saying they may need food for at least the next four months the most senior roman catholic cleric to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse has been sentenced to twelve months detention australian archbishop philip wilson was found guilty of failing to tell police about the repeated abusive to alter boys by a priest in the nineteen seventies and disgraced movie producer harvey weinstein has been indicted on new sexual assault claims acquainted manhattan's district attorney facing charges of sexually assaulting three women weinstein could be convicted of minimum ten years in prison the maximum sentence of life imprisonment is attorney benjamin brachman said weinstein will plead not guilty global news twenty four hours a day on air net take talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and anisimov the one hundred twenty countries i'm sandra kilhof this is bloomberg markus thanks very much sandra now german chancellor angela merkel halted the media threats of a government break up in europe's biggest economy last night she crafted a plan to tighten migration and keep her bavarian sister party this issue in the coalition fold soccer and sabc ceo attorneys investment manager it's still with us in the studio soccer great to have you hey once again in a good morning to you twelve extent does this deal in germany and angela merkel staying in power for sure at least for now remove uncertainty i think it moves it to logic send people underestimate translator markle let us do a contrast between prime minister may translate both have problems within the coalition parties both are studying on faultlines trump solar merckel has has throughout her career showed pragmatism as what is an ability to cross deals and germany needs that the stage and actually europe needs leadership at this stage why does european because actually brexit in.
"philip wilson" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Nbc news radio i'm mark mayfield white house press secretary sarah sanders subscribing what president trump is looking for in his pick for the supreme court is looking for individuals that have the right intellect the right temperament and uphold the constitution the president says so far he's interviewed for potential nominees for the high court's replaced justice anthony kennedy earlier trump announced today will be interviewing at least two more potential nominees and will announce his decision this monday july the night a fourth of july terror plot it's been stopped in cleveland fbi special agent in charge steven anthony said dimitrius prints was taken into custody sunday he's charged with attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization anthony explained the fbi began receiving reports last year that pits was making statements supporting alqaeda and about taking actions against particular us entities while living in cincinnati he later moved to cleveland and may anthony added that pits was posting statements to facebook calling on muslims to start raining every day to know how to shoot guns throw hand grenades and for hand to hand combat police say the man accused of killing five people at a maryland newspaper sent threatening letters on the day of the shooting the baltimore sun reports that a lawyer for the capital gazette gave investigators one letter that was received on monday a letter reportedly signed by suspect jared ramos said he was going to go to the gazette newsroom in annapolis with the objective of killing every person present police believe he sent at least two other letters one to maryland court of appeals and another to a baltimore judge ramos appeared to have a longstanding beef with a paper for publishing report on a previous harassment conviction of here's an australian catholic archbishop is going to avoid prison time after his conviction for covering up sex abuse archbishop of adelaide philip wilson was sentenced to six months of home detention because of his age and health wilson stepped away from his position has not yet resigned.
David Beckham, Twelve Months and Ten Days discussed on Today
"David beckham brilliant brilliant freekick the goal knocked them out twenty years ago we'll be speaking to the colombian embassador about where the history will repeat itself today the bbc news is read by charles carroll rescue teams in thailand are trying to work out how to bring to safety the group of boys trapped deep in a flooded cave complex in the north of the country the twelve boys and their football coach were missing for nearly ten days before they were finally located yesterday military officials say they'll be given medical help enough food to last for four months and will be taught to dive at a news conference the governor of chiang rai in the wrong sack or something to cohen said that the rescue would be challenging the healer and watch we will send on their food but we are not sure if they can eat since it's been ten days we still have other duties until it's over from getting them back and getting them back to normal so they can go back to school the government has said that it will ban controversial conversion therapy says part of an action plan to improve the lives of lesbian gay bisexual and transgender people the treatments aim to change a gay person sexuality but many medical groups say the practices unethical and can cause psychological problems the german chancellor angela merkel says that she has agreed a deal on immigration to inderal that was threatening to destroy her coalition government of interior minister hosts say hofer who leads one of the parties in the coalition has dropped his threat to resign jenny hill reports from berlin on the face of it angela merkel has pulled off a career saving compromise the row has sent it on what to do with people who seek asylum in germany having registered in another eu country i the leaders agreed to build transit centers inside the border though technically not on german soil in which people would be detained before being sent back to the original eu country but there are a few other details it's not known how many other countries are prepared to take back germany's fell to sign incidents nevertheless mrs mackel hailed the deal as a breakthrough the libyan navy says sixty three migrants are missing after their inflatable boats sunk about thirty miles east tripoli forty others who will wearing life jackets were rescued a leading business organisation has drawn up a list of questions it says its members won't answering on the impact of the uk's withdraws from the eu the british chambers of commerce says firms are running out of patience with the lack of progress in the brexit negotiations the questions cover areas including vat tariffs customs and regulations bbc news has been told that a prison where six inmates have died this year is overcrowded and in crisis the chairman of the monitoring board hp birmingham says inmates living in inhumane conditions g four s which runs the prison has rejected the claims heels midland's correspondent seem architecture in december twenty sixteen h m p birmingham experienced one of the worst prison riots in england fidel cades off the keys were stolen from the manager and hundreds of inmates were let out of their cells now rojas swindles who chairs the jails independent monitoring booed it's painting a picture of a prison in desperate need of attention he says it's overcrowded rat infested and that forty percent of its staff have less than twelve months experience chief arrest says it doesn't recognize any of the allegations and is adamant that there have been big improvements in staff retention and levels of violence a roman catholic archbishop in australia has been sentenced to twelve months in home detention for covering up child sexual abuse the entrepreneurship of adelaide philip wilson was convicted in may of conceding abuse by paedophile priests in the nineteen seventies the sixty seven year old has so far refused to resign as archbishop the magistrate said that he showed no remorse or contrition a group of mp's has warned that tens of thousands of children in the uk who don't have.
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"City after reports about questionable seizures of pot and cash has been investigating and we found that documentation for marijuana police say they destroyed is missing from court files i'm sukey lewis join me later during morning edition to learn what's supposed to happen when police sees large amounts of marijuana that's tomorrow morning at six twenty two and at eight twenty two am on public radio this week on the why factor we look at status and why it is important to us how does status barbie around the world you get it from your parents you have no choice in it you're born in a cast and you diana cast and is it something you can just buy okay i think i can do that baroness yet they of pentland join me priscilla after the news bbc news with neo newness the twelve boys and their football coach who have been founded live deep in a flooded cave complex in thailand dr to be supplied with four months worth of food and giving diving lessons rescuers on preparing for the possibility that they may be stuck there for some time while pumps continue to lower water levels food and medical supplies are being taken in for the immediate needs of the group johnson has reached a deal only migration to end a row that was threatening to break up germany's coalition government she's agreed to tighten controls at the austrian border to stop people who've applied for asylum in other countries from entering germany a roman catholic archbishop in australia has been sentenced to twelve months home detention for covering up child sex abuse the archbishop of adelaide philip wilson remained silent as a magistrate delivered the decision not to send him to jail almost forty percent of poland supreme court judges could be forced to retire today on the new regulations that the european commission says undermined judicial independence recently deflation means premium court judges must now retired at sixty five rather than seventy the venezuelan government has promoted more than sixteen thousand members of the armed forces the defense minister said they were being rewarded for their loyalty nine police officers have gone and tried to know salvador accused of murdering four suspected gang members during a raid two years ago they could become the first police officers in the country's recent history to be convicted for extrajudicial killings the british government has sent out a seventy five point action plan to reduce the discrimination and injustice experienced by lesbian gay bisexual transgender people the prime minister theresa may said no one should ever have to hide who they are or who they love bbc news today i'm going.
Australia: Most senior Catholic convicted of sex abuse cover-up is sentenced
"News patrick sauce president trump has interviewed four more perspective supreme court justices and his plans to meet with a few more mondays interviews were with federal appeals judge raymond catholic a all popper grad cabin on amy coney barrett the most senior roman catholic cleric to be convicted of covering up childsexabuse was sentenced to twelve months dissension in the landmark case in australia welcomed by some abuse survivors as a strong warning destitution that fail to protect children archbishop philip wilson add testified that he didn't remember ever hearing allegations against a fellow priest who was of using boys during the seventies rescuers twelve boys of their soccer coach alive deep inside a partially flooded cave in northern.
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"Were us tourists are visiting mexico's tourism locations which are being infiltrated by drug cartels and organized crime goes tourism ministry known was sick to reports a six point eight percent drop in us vacationers during april it says that's the biggest decrease in seven years adding up to sixty one thousand less us visitors sectoral says violence spilling over into these hitherto tranquil areas plus official state department warnings have convinced us tourist to be significantly more wary anthrax manuel lopez over dole who's just been elected as the new president of mexico is vowing to clamp down on crime james players mexico the most senior roman catholic clerics and he convicted of carrying a child sexabuse philip wilson sense to twelve months at attention for covering up sex abuse among priests this is townhall dot com the democratic republic of congo says it setting up a commission to decide whether it can declassify parts of the national park to allow for oil exploration spokesman for the oil ministry has told the bbc they have received approval to set up a commission that will evaluate whether or not they can declassify parts of those national parks many international and national environmental ngos have criticized the mood a unesco heritage site is home to about a thousand mountain gorillas and salonga holds forty percent of the wells bonneville population bbc's louise's three weeks after the us north korea seven and ahead of an impending trip to north korea by secretary state pompeo aliki us intelligence reports yes the north may be continuing its nuclear and missile activities more.
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"The list is shorter i'm lisa lacerra fox news president trump met with four potential candidates for supreme court justice today white house spokesman sarah sanders did not name names and would not give details at what was discussed namely roe versus wade is prolife but in terms of the process of selecting a supreme court nominee as the president said last week he's not going to discuss specific cases with those nominees sweet justice anthony kennedy announced he would retire at the end of this month two republican senators lisa murkowski of alaska and susan collins of maine have said they would be in favor of a justice who preserves the woman's right to choose with murkowski sancti hopes candidates replacement has similar views conservative justice is considered a swing vote on the court a third woman accusing harvey weinstein of sexual assault as he continues to deny the allegations weinstein up to now has denied every allegation against him from the does of women who have accused him of sexual misconduct the latest indictment is the third weinstein officially faces he will appear in court on this new charge on july ninth manhattan district attorney cyrus vance junior has not identified this latest accuser but it's called the offense among the most serious under new york law a weinstein spokesperson has thus far not commented but his attorney has challenged accuser's credibility and says he'll plead not guilty fox's grenell scott rescue crews in thailand have located the members of the youth soccer team and their coach who became trapped over a week ago and heavy rain k that's partially filled with water now authorities have to determine if they should bring in supplies i or get the group out i philip wilson and archbishop in australia sentenced to twelve months in detention for covering up child sex abuse fox news.
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"Archbishop of adelaide philip wilson told a court that he knew a priest reverend jim fletcher had been sexually abusing young altar servers he knew because they told him he knew because they asked him for help now reports the washington post he's going to jail he'll get told some other things the roman catholic leader was convicted of failing to act on reports of child sex abuse abusive faces as much as two years in prison he's the most senior catholic leader at the age sixty seven to ever be charged with concealing abuse in the courtroom one witness testified that reverend jim fletcher made him strip and neil as he pleasure himself he was abused at age ten he said he told archbishop wilson about it in nineteen seventy six when he was fifteen actually wilson was a parish priest at the time another former altar boy said he brought his concerns to wilson as well fletcher was found guilty of multiple counts of sexual assault of boys in two thousand four died two years later in prison wilson has been diagnosed with alzheimer's disease he contradicted all of those claims saying he had never been told of the abuse but ultimately the judge sided with the those who testified the reliability of these people cannot be questioned or attacked judge robert stone said in his decision they were people who as a whole we're believable the decision comes as we've mentioned on this program trillion cardinal george pelvis soon stand trial for allegations of historic sexual abuse he is a top official in the church and a key ally.
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"Us company up to seventy million dollars if it finds missing airliner m h three seventy which disappeared for years ago and then there's cutting ministers wages which will not save the country that much money but will probably prove popular the funeral of pakistan exchange student killed in a school shooting in the us state of texas has taken place in karachi sabeco shake was among ten people killed in last week's attack in santa fe sikanda kamani is in karachi sippy cochet had been due to return home to pakistan in just a few weeks time ahead of the muslim festival of instead a coffin containing her body was flown back to karachi airport in the early hours of the morning the seventeen year old been studying in texas for the last year as part of the us government program to improve understanding between america and muslim countries have family said she had hoped one day to work as a diplomat her father told the bbc he wanted his daughter's there to be a catalyst for change to america's gun laws news from the bbc the french foreign minister jean yves le drian has warned that the decision by the united states to impose more sanctions on tehran risk further destabilizing the least mr le drian said the move rather than fostering dr log would instead strengthen iran's conservatives and we can president hassan her knee who wanted to negotiate a monday washington announced it would impose the strongest sanctions in history on tehran the roman catholic church in chile has suspended fourteen priests after an investigation into alleged sex abuse the bishop of rancagua alexandra gorge apologize for not targeting a year earlier when a woman approached him about improper behavior by priests in his diocese the most senior roman catholic priests to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse the straighten archibishop philip wilson has announced he will step aside from his duties that isn't resigning the bishop of adelaide faces up to two years in prison how griffith is in sydney philip wilson is the most senior catholic cleric in the world to be prosecuted for covering up child abuse a magistrate found it failed to report a series of sexual assaults by a paedophile priests after victim came forward to tell him having refused to resign during his trial the archbishop says it's now appropriate for him to stand aside from his duties and he will.
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"Carmakers ap's charles day with desma reports among several moves it's cutting auto import taxes as of july first asian says the auto import duties who'd be reduced following pledges to buy more us goods and end restrictions on foreign ownership in the industry china's president promised to changes in april amid mounting pressure from washington to narrow china's multibillion dollar trade surplus with the us but the immediate impact to the changes is expected to be rather limited most cars sold in china by global automakers produced in local factories but the tariff cut could give them more flexibility in supplying additional models produced abroad i'm charles de la desma ahead of its nuclear program shutdown reporters from the us uk russia and china have gathered in north korea ap correspondent charles de la desma says one countries notably absent a small group of foreign journalists are in north korea to cover the dismantling of the country's nuclear test site later this week but without south korean media initially also scheduled to participate the eight south korean journalists were excluded because poignon has cut off high level contact with seoul to protest an exercise with the us military protests the north media has repeated saying sabrerattling and dialogue don't mix the dismantling ceremony itself is expected to be held in the coming days depending on the weather i'm charles de la desma more fallout from the church child sex abuse scandal in australia ap's mike raspy reports in archbishop has now been convicted in the cover australian archbishop philip wilson has become the most senior roman catholic cleric in the world to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse magistrate robert stone handed down the guilty verdict the sixty seven year old wilson had pleaded not guilty to knowing of the crimes of a pedophile priest in the nineteen seventies in court last month wilson denied under oath that two former altar boys told him they had been sexually abused by a priest wilson who has been diagnosed with early stages of alzheimer's disease faces a potential two year prison sentence i'm mike rossier welcome to total wine and more i challenge you to wine tasting showdown maybe we should just explore some wine if you can't blow me away with the wind you must admit defeat sure try this cabernet sauvignon this is how to.
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"At the lowest price well let's have another why all these americans grilling all of a sudden explore eight thousand wines and twenty five hundred beers at total wine and more the selection is ridiculous more fallout from the church child sex abuse scandal in australia ap's mike rossier reports in archbishop is now been convicted in the cover australian archbishop philip wilson has become the most senior roman catholic cleric in the world to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse magistrate robert stone handed down the guilty verdict the sixty seven year old wilson had pleaded not guilty to knowing of the crimes of a pedophile priest in the nineteen seventies in court last month wilson denied under oath that two former altar boys told him they had been sexually abused by a priest wilson who has been diagnosed with early stages of alzheimer's disease faces a potential two year prison sentence i'm mike rossier government watchdogs they're questioning pentagon claims on afghan war progress ap washington correspondent saga megani says it's concerned about the lack of it the military asserts momentum in america's longest war has shifted to afghan government forces but a report from watchdogs at the pentagon state department in usa id takes issue with that saying there are few signs of significant progress by those forces the report released by the pentagon says the taliban continue holding territory and launching devastating attacks around afghanistan the report does note afghan forces are getting better but says their numbers continued declining the trump administration launched a new war strategy last year aimed at forcing the taliban into peace talks the report says there's little publicly available evidence that it's working saga megani at the white house duty russian money is threatening security according to the british foreign affairs committee the committee slammed the government monday will turning a blind eye to the rule london's financial and blaze in laundering the proceeds of russian corruption in its report the committee said president vladimir putin's allies have been able to do business as usual in london's financial centre that's despite the government's tough rhetoric after the nerve agent attack on a former spy in britain earlier this year it said corrupt as it's flowing through the city support the kremlin's campaign to subvert the international rules based system both the uk government and the kremlin rejected the findings of the.
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"The congolese have managed eight previous outbreaks of a bona there is a sense of optimism here that with more ways now of halting the spread of the disease they can end this outbreak soon soy reporting from banda and while congo tries to tackle it's a bola outbreak the south indian state of karelia is dealing with the rat nipah virus health officials say ten people in are known to have died one is a young nurse who'd linney who cared for infected patients her story has attracted widespread attention jill mcgivering reports in photographs linney looks gentle young woman with long dark hair and a shy smile she became ill after nursing the first patient diagnosed in this latest outbreak of the nipah virus she died soon after becoming infected herself her family a husband and two small children weren't allowed to visit her in hospital but in a farewell note now being widely circulated she said goodbye and told her husband take good care of our children caralis chief minister described her services selfless others describe her as a martyr and an angel joe mcgivering and still to come hamas when i see him playing i feel it's me playing i feel great food that's allies from our town a lot lafayette young egyptian footballers who dream of following in the footsteps of the liverpool star most saleh cortin austrailia has found a catholic archbishop guilty of concealing childsexabuse philip wilson archbishop of adelaide is the most senior catholic clergyman in the world to be convicted of the offence he was found to have covered up the abuse of ulta boys by a paedophile priest james fletcher in new south wales in the nineteen seventies phil mercer reports from sydney tonight any memory of being told about the abused by two of the boys now one victim who's now man in his fifties told the court he described the assaults in detail to fill it wilson when he was fifteen years of age this was five years after the abuse it taken place nothing was done the archbishop's barrister argued that he should never have been accused of concealing the abuse because at the time in the nineteen seventies the offense is he covered up would have been considered acts of indecency in not indictable offenses as they are now.
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"Also responded the net call she encountered the suspects and she was critically injured are also was transported to the franklin square hospital where she was pronounced a seized that two fifty pm police have not described the officers injuries although witnesses have said the officer was struck by jeep no suspects have been found the intense search monday afternoon forced three schools to lock down stranding students for hours there are primary elections in several states today arkansas georgia and kentucky texas will hold primary runoff elections in georgia democrats will select one of two former state representatives stacey abrams or stacey evans as their gubernatorial candidate if abrams is successful man wins in the fall she would become the first black woman to serve as a us governor on the republican side georgia lieutenant governor casey caygill faces several candidates including secretary of state brian kemp this is npr accord in australia has convicted a catholic archbishop of covering up child abuse archbishop philip wilson was convicted of concealing abused by another priest who was later convicted and imprisoned for child abuse wilson will be sentenced next month to up to two years in prison german prosecutors are seeking to extradite former catalan leader carlos puigdemont to spain that's where he faces charges of rebellion for his part in last year's independence referendum as me nicholson reports a german court has rejected the prosecutor's request to rearrest him the cool in schlaize visual holstein has ruled that the full mccartin i'm president cannot be taken back into custody because he does not pose a flight risk culpable was arrested by german police in much off to crossing the border from denmark he's wanted in spain on charges of rebellion and the misappropriation of public funds used to organize the unauthorized independence referendum well push them on was released on bail in.
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"Live from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the justice department says it will look into reports the fbi surveilled the trump campaign in twenty sixteen for political purposes npr's giles snyder says the decision follows a white house meeting involving president trump the white house announced an agreement following president trump's meeting that included deputy attorney general rod rosenstein fbi director christopher ray the administration says the justice department has agreed to expand the internal investigation it's already conducting into the fbi's russia probe to include any irregularities nifty i tactics chief of staff john kelly is also expected to set up a meeting to congressional leaders review any classified information related to the president's claims the new york times first reported that a confidential f b i inform and met with two campaign aides but there is no evidence so far of infiltration special counsel robert muller took over the fbi investigation a year year ago trial snyder npr news washington later today president trump meets with south korea's president at the white house trump and moon jae in are expected to discuss trump's plan summit with north korean leader kim jong un it's gambled for june twelfth and singapore ahead of today's meeting state media in pyongyang kerry three commentaries denouncing joint military exercises involving the us and south korea saying they threaten the summit north korea has cut off high level talks with the south because of the joint military drills a prominent australian archbishop is facing prison time after being convicted of covering up child sex abuse by clergy decades ago the bbc's phil mercer sydney says philip wilson is now a senior roman catholic cleric the archbishop was accused of covering up abuse by paedophile priests in the hunt valley of new south wales in the nineteen seventies philip wilson who held a junior position in the catholic church.
Barack and Michelle Obama sign film, series production agreement with Netflix
"Class the hawaiian volcano observatory warns new outbreaks of lava remained possible fill doormen in honolulu a prominent australian archibishop is facing prison time after being convicted of covering up child sex abuse during the nineteen seventies sixty seventy year old catholic archbishop of adelaide philip wilson is the most senior roman catholic cleric to be convicted of the charge the bbc phil mercer has more from sydney the archbishop was accused of covering up abuse by paedophile priests in the hunter valley of new south wales in the nineteen seventies philip wilson who held a junior position in the catholic church at the time faces up to two years in prison his lawyer said he had no knowledge of offenses committed against a child by member of the clergy who was later convicted of sexual abuse and died in prison in two thousand and six but a magistrate said the evidence against on special wilson was truthful and reliable phil mercer and sydney this is npr news former president and first lady barranca michelle obama have signed a multi year deal with net flicks to produce films and tv series as npr's tv critic eric vegans reports it gives the media savvy couple a platform to potentially reach a hundred and twenty five million households and one hundred ninety countries as president barack obama was often astute about using media in new ways to spread his message including trading bars with zach galifianakis on his satirical online interview show between two ferns it must kind of stink though that you can't run three times actually i think it's a good idea five ran a third time and be sort of like doing a third hangover movie then really work out very well now the former president and his wife michelle obama will develop their own programs under an agreement between netflix and their company called higher ground productions neither net nor the obamas have set how much the couple was paid for the deal or what projects they might undertake i both obama's are.
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"This is the bbc world service with me manuela saragossa and if you work nightshifts than you don't want to miss business daily coming up after the news we're looking at the medical and economic cuffs of working at night and asking what employers should do to ensure that workers health is an compromised could companies that don't take due care be settled themselves up for more seats as coming up after the news bbc news with marion marshall britain has become the latest country to express concern over reports that president trump will recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel the british foreign secretary bars johnson said britain's view was that jerusalem should be part of a final settlement between the israelis and the palestinians it's expected mr trump will direct the state department to start the process of moving the american embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem later today russia has reacted angrily to a decision by the international olympic committee tabanas participation in next year's winter olympics following a report accusing it of systematic doping the deputy speaker of the russian parliament called the ban a humiliation at an insult the lower house of the russian parliament has banned the us founded radio channels voice of america and radio free europe from the premises there are among nine stations listed as foreign agents on tuesday in retaliation for a similar move against the russian outlives rt and sputnik in the united states one of australia's most prominent clerics the roman catholic archbishop of adelaide philip wilson has appeared in court accused of covering up child abuse in the 1970s he says he's innocent china has reacted with anger following an an outspent by the australian government that it will introduce new laws to limit foreign interference a statement from the chinese embassy in canberra rejected allegations that beijing was trying to infiltrate australia five fighters talking a huge wildfires in ventura county north of los angeles said the blaze has crossed the main coastal highway and reach the pacific ocean nearly thirty thousand people have been forced from their homes france's biggest rock star johnny halliday has died aged seventy four after a battle with lung cancer in a career spanning five decades he sold more than one hundred million records and headlined fifty major tours bbc news hello i'm manueta sadago sal welcome.
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"To offer the bbc world service bringing global news reached through an american audience because we live in an increasingly global rapidly an interconnected world apm american public media uh however far so he travels to bbc will bring it humpty with experts announced its from reporters and correspondence located around the world the bbc world service than wnyc am and fm new york this is the bbc world service with me manuela seller gaza and if you work nightshifts than you don't want to miss business daily coming up off to the news we're looking at the medical and economic costs of working at night and asking what employers should do to ensure that workers health is an compromised could companies that don't take you care be settled themselves up for moore since that's coming up after the news bbc news marin marshall britain has become the latest country to express concern over reports that president trump will recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel the british foreign secretary bars johnson said britain's view was that jerusalem should be part of a final settlement between the israelis and the palestinians is expected mr trump will direct the state department to stop the process of moving the american embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem later today russia has reacted angrily to a decision by the international olympic committee tabanas participation in next year's winter olympics following a report accusing it of systematic doping the deputy speaker of the russian parliament called the ban a humiliation and an insult the lower house of the russian parliament has banned the us usfunded radio channels voice of america and radio free europe from the premises are among nine stations listed as foreign agents on tuesday in retaliation for a similar move against the russian outlives rt and sputnik in the united states one of australia's most prominent clerics the roman catholic archbishop of adelaide philip wilson has appeared in court accused of covering up child abuse in the 1970s he says he's innocent china has reacted with anger following an an i am spent by the australian government that it will introduce new laws to limit foreign interference a statement from the chinese embassy in canberra rejected allegations that beijing was trying to infiltrate australia firefighters tackling a huge wildfires in ventura county north of los angeles said the blaze has crossed the main coastal highway and reach the.
"philip wilson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Most senior catholic figure in the world to be charged with this type of offence is thieves his film us in australia and what we can expect from the trial this is the culmination of a fairly lengthy legal pro says so archbishop philip wilson was arrested two and a half years ago the trial has been repeatedly delayed on medical grounds his legal team has said that philip wilson whose sixty seven recently had a pacemaker fitted aids and has received a diagnosis of outside as often or a fold and that legal team is insisting he has memory problems may lack the capacity to give evidence sold to direct his legal representatives however in the last twenty four hours also the archbishop of adelaide has been deemed fit to face trial and what challenges will he be facing will he's accused of covering up abuse by a paedophile priest in the hunter valley of new south wales in the night teens 70s now this abuse was perpetrated by a priest in the maitland newcastle catholic diocese and this case this particular a hearing is seen as a landmark test case given that they have been schools of coverup allegations made to a royal commission that's been investigating child abuse in various institutions across australia now this royal commission is the highest form of inquiry in australia investigating crimes the pertinent nature of all of this is that this royal commission is due to hand down its final reports before christmas these are challenging times not only the publication of the royal commission report expected possibly next week but also charges brought against australia's most prominent member of the catholic church cardinal george pell he has been a key financial advisor to the pope at the vatican and he will face a full week committal hearing next march in melbourne on historical sexual abuse charges from us in sydney wildfires nail los angeles have spread to cover one hundred ninety square kilometers twenty seven thousand residents have been forced to evacuate in this no sign of when the faa's will be put out james cook is in la this wild fight exploded overnight traveling in size in just a few hours driven by ferocious santa ana wins devastation with nothing to salvage families had just minutes to scramble their belongings together and flee the fridge look the street lost their jobs i just so.