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Social media censorship in Egypt targets women on TikTok

The Takeaway

06:27 min | Last month

Social media censorship in Egypt targets women on TikTok

"Has its sights on tick talk. It's cracking down on users arresting and charging a group of women with a range of tic tac enabled crimes from harming family values to inciting prostitution. Reporter Jod reporter Dad, Kaleel has our story. At least nine women have been arrested for their tic tac videos. But if you look through their accounts, it's hard to see why. And focus most ofit here. There's Henning has, um, talking about the story of Venus and Adonis and Adela doing what social Media influencers do Giveaway iPhones life living room doing, But mostly the accounts of the Egyptian women who's been arrested and jailed are full of dancing to Arabic pop songs in that tic tac style feet, planted emoting with your eyebrows and gesticulating. What they're doing is basically what everyone as 1000 social media, just singing and dancing and Andi thing and nothing as if you would dance. In Egyptian wedding. For example, some of Husaini is with the International Service for Human Rights based in Geneva, Switzerland. She says. What distinguishes this group of Egyptians is that they're from working class or middle class backgrounds and that their women or girls, you have social media influencers who come for a teeth, backgrounds or upper middle class or rich classes and injured who would post the same type of content. But would not be targeted because that is sort of permitted within their social class. But why these women are working class women they and they have stepped out of what is permitted for them because they were dancing and singing on tech talk. They were charged under a cyber crime law passed in 2018 Yes, Mean Omar, A researcher at the top here Institute for Middle East Policy in Washington, says that the law is vague when it comes to defining what's legal. And what isn't. It was written using very broad terms that could be very widely interpreted and criminalizing a lot of acts that are Originally considered as personal freedom. Looking at it. You would see that anything you might post on social media. Anything that you may use, the Internet could be criminalized under this very wide umbrella. Egypt cybercrime laws, part of a larger effort by the government to increase surveillance of online activities as Tic TAC became more popular during the pandemic. Prosecutors started looking there too, says Omar. The state is simply arresting whoever says anything that criticizes its policy its laws. It's practices, even if it's just joking. It's not even allowed. But this isn't just about political dissent. Yes, mean Omar points. In the case of mental Abdel Aziz, a 17 year old. One day men made a live video on Facebook. She had her face awfully bruised, and she was stating that she was raped. And she was asking for help. The police asked me to come in. When she did, Omar says they looked at her tech talk account and decided she was inciting debauchery and harming family values in Egypt. Over the summer, There was a series of rape and sexual assault accusations by Egyptian women. They got a lot of attention. One case was against a group of well connected men. Women in Egypt were shocked but not surprised by what they were seeing online, says someone who's Amy in Egypt. Sexual violence on violence in this woman is systematic is part ofthe daily life off of women and to be sexually harass women are often discouraged from reporting sexual harassment in Egypt. So when prosecutors started investigating the accused in that high profile case, it looked like a real progress. The state run National Council for Women even encourage victims and witnesses to come forward. Oh, yes mean, Omar says it did not go well. Somehow, the prosecution decided to a charge the witnesses once again. Egyptian authorities looked at women's social media accounts and then investigated the women for promoting homosexuality, drug use, inciting debauchery and publishing false news. Omar says one of the witnesses who was arrested is an American citizen. All these information were used against them and then pro state media how let's wait in. Husseini says that when they profile the women in the TIC tac case, the message was clear. You have the Egyptian me they're basically, you know, really sensational headlines, Putting the photos off the women Not not not blurred using, you know, focus that have sex it Ian, for example, while using their names, publishing the investigations that are supposed to be confidential. Social media has played an important role in Egyptian politics. In 2011 crowds toppled the regime of military dictator Hosni Mubarak. That uprising was in part organized online with Twitter and Facebook. In 2018, the former Army general and current President, Abdel Fattah el Sisi swore he would maintain stability in Egypt must You said whatever happened in 2011 is never going to happen again. Samir Shehadeh of the University of Oklahoma, says Egypt's military backed regime is wary of the implications of anything posted online, even if its just dancing I think there has been heightened paranoia as a result of hysteria, in fact, by subsequent regimes, particularly the current regime, the Sisi regime About the possible political consequences of social media. And there's a tremendous amount of policing a Facebook and other types of social media and now tic tac. Although this is not apparently an overtly political, I think that they certainly have those kinds of concerns in the back of their mind as well. Of the nine women, Four have been convicted and three have appeals in October. Menon Abdelaziz, the 17 year old, who called for help online was just released from detainment Wednesday and is being dismissed with no charges. For the world. I'm Jagga Khalil.

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Rare protests in Egypt call for president to step down

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:10 min | 1 year ago

Rare protests in Egypt call for president to step down

"Well. Let's look finally on today's news panel at Egypt. There have been protests all weekend in several cities demanding the resignation or President Abdel Fattah El Sisi the demonstrations were summoned online by the Egyptian businessmen and acting to Mohammed Ali currently in self-imposed exile in Spain protests are to understate the case wildly discouraged in Egypt and hundreds of arrests have been reported along with incidences of teargassing. Mr Ali has called for an even bigger repeat performance this coming Friday. Yes meant these protests very very far from from Arab spring size maybe a few thousand entire square may be a few hundred in Suez and elsewhere but are they given the risk you are running when nutro to take to the streets of CDC's Egypt. They significant. I think so definitely and I think what we're seeing is people testing the waters. It's the little tickle the back of your throat throat before you know a full blown flu or whatever it might be. I think what's really fascinating is is also the fact that this was started by somebody who's outside the country and by somebody who people have decided to pay attention to and the similarity with the Arab spring is that yes social media has played a big role oh but given the fact and I think you talked about it here on the briefing las week that Egypt has been in a state of deep depression really like the psyches of the the people I was there earlier this year I've got family who is still there and people so when you fought the like for a revolution time time and time again and after the rabbi master and also to to not only discouraged effectively banned to have people decide decide to go out on the streets again and decide to take that risk and yes be arrested but continue to push. I'm really interested in seeing what will happen on Friday because has called for millions watch something similar to what we saw in Sudan over the past few months and I also think what has happened in Sudan has probably had some some sort of like residual impact on people people in Egypt to sort of say. You know what let's let's try this one more time. What do you think Robin is potentially the beginning of I guess Arab Spring v two and that that's it's not an insignificant factor that Yasmin identifies the fact that they if they look next door to Sudan and think if Omar Al Bashir of all people can be unloaded by loud scale public protests who did just seem like an absolutely permanent fixture then anything is possible. What one of the most interesting things that struck me watching happened. was how young young a lot of these demonstrators were. They were children in twenty eleven. The Arab uprisings is vertical them. were before these people people become adults. They don't really remember first of all the excitement and enthusiasm and then the absolute horror in the way in which it all went by. I mean see you see I. I was going to use the word murdered. CC's forces killed hundreds and hundreds if not more than a thousand protesters on the streets of Cairo and 2013 but these people on the streets now don't remember. I'm I'm I'm interested in the says. She thinks there is a Sudan connection because I was wondering about that. That's not also forget Hong Kong of course the courage of the people of Hong Kong is very infectious and I think it does it does lead to people saying they can do it. We can do it too but to answer your question directly. Will it lead to a new series of uprisings in the way that we saw in twenty eleven. I don't think thanks and just finally on this. Is there anything if this does become a thing if he does get large numbers in the streets this coming Friday. Is there anything that the western media should have learned about covering events like this that they didn't learn during the Arab spring because what struck majoring the Arab spring and I was there I was in Egypt just before word happened but not afterwards that I think it's a common failing of media to get drawn to reporting to people who they can get on with the new remind them of themselves so for Wilder Egypt was getting portrayed as this nation of hip educated middle class well-dressed young kids who spoke English and those people are all there but they are not even close to being doing most of Egypt and I think this is the challenge with reporting in regions where English isn't the first language and where actually you've got a huge differential into a huge gap between those who are able to speak English in our western educated and so on and the majority of the country which might be rural might have speaking different languages and so on I think generally and what Sudan Sudan did quite well I think was she looked to the voices that amplifying and translating the voices on the ground and to try to not just look for the chances because in and yes it does take a little bit more time and a little bit more work but I think if you have an immediate answer. That's probably not always the best answer. That's that's probably not always the whole truth and it might give you some of the truth but certainly a little bit. More digging is helpful. There are two other things street. Protesters are too many reporters forget first. Do you see the people on the streets you don't see the people on the streets most revolutions fail on

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 Rare protests in Egypt call for el-Sissi to step down

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Rare protests in Egypt call for el-Sissi to step down

"Cairo's Tahrir square is called today following last night's protests of protests were small but viewed as significant they suck because such demonstrations have become rare since president Abdel Fattah el Sisi took power security forces using tear gas to disperse the

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Liberty beat dot news and SNL LS news, your news now continues Muhammed Moore's, I in Muslim Brotherhood leaders in prison in Egypt, were given an ultimatum I top officials to disband the organization or face consequences that word is released from Middle East. I the anti media reports the two had until the end of Ramadan to decide Moore's, I refused, and within days, he was dead, the demand to more Zion. Brotherhood leaders to close organization down was I outlined, a strategy document written by senior officials around President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, which was compiled shortly after his reelection last year. Middle East I has been briefed about the contents by multiple Egyptian opposition sources one of whom had side of it, and who spoke about it on condition of anonymity. The sources told EMMY they were aware of the documents and the secret negotiations with more Cy before his sudden death in prison last Monday. Some details of protracted contents between gyp officials and more Zai over the last few months have been withheld for fear of endangering, the lives of prisoners. A former United States postal service employees in Baltimore, pleaded guilty selling marijuana along mail route, the mind unleash, your points William McCrea reportedly delivered marijuana to customers along his route, which covered a portion of west Baltimore. According to investigators McCray delivered over two hundred and twenty pounds of marijuana while he was trafficking along mill route law enforcement was first off to the operation when they discovered that two hundred suspicious packages where shipped from California to the same zip code in Baltimore with all the packages destined for McRae's route police followed McCray on is rabble investigating the packages, and eventually, saw him passing a package who was accomplished, Michael Gray on the corner of west Lombard in mount streets, instead of delivering the baggage is to what ended up being phony addresses on the packages McRae would drop the packages with gray who had dentistry, the contents on the straits..

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News in Brief 25 February 2019

UN News

03:07 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 25 February 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. People's rights are under fire in many parts of the globe, the UN chief till the Human Rights Council on Monday. But he said that thanks to the progress made by powerful, social Justice movements. He was hopeful for the future until tenure Gutierrez was addressing the Geneva-based forum on the opening day of its fortieth session and underlined the council's key role as the epicenter for dialogue and cooperation on all human rights issues. Be they civil political economic social or cultural when billion people have been lifted out of extreme poverty in just the generation more than two billion people have gained access to improve sanitation and more than two point five billion. People have gained access to improve the inkling water resources the mortality rates for children and the five as declined by almost sixty percents. It's easy. These overall context of progress and concern that I want to focus on a few human rights challenges as I scan the global horizon the UN chief insisted that ongoing gender inequality. Not remains a major modern day challenge. Untold women and girls still face, insecurity, violence and other violations of their rights every day. He added while glass ceilings, abound around six thousand more mainly women and children have arrived in an overcrowded camp for the internally displaced in northeastern Syria having fled the town of by goose where the isolated is terrorist group is making its final stand against coalition forces UN spokespersons defenders Eureka told reporters at U N headquarters on Monday that new arrivals at the Al hall camp over the weekend meant that nearly forty thousand the right there since December conditions at the cap were extremely challenging particularly in the reception areas, which are currently hosting thousands of people but with insufficient, water and sanitation hygiene facilities. This is increasing the risk of disease outbreak to help decongestion these areas extensions to the cap already underway with services and assistance provided to people in those areas. Mr. digital said the UN was also gravely concerned. And by further reports of civilian casualties. Choose a hostess and unexploded ordinances in it lib and Hama governor it's in Syria, north west a group of UN human rights experts on Monday deplored the execution of nine men in Egypt last week. He were convicted on the basis of evidence allegedly obtained through torture, these convictions appear to be in direct disregard of both addition and international law and procedure said the nine experts in the joint statement expressing their dismay to thirties continuing disregard of the legal process. The men were executed even though an appeal and petition to halt, the death sentences was before Egypt's supreme constitutional court said the experts they pointed out that capital punishment may only be carried out after a legal process that gives all possible safeguards following a high court judgment in January last year, the experts called on Egypt to hold all pending executions following repeated allegations of unfair trials since President Abdel Fattah El Sisi came to power in July two thousand and thirteen Egyptian courts of upheld one thousand four hundred. Fifty one death sentences out of a total two thousand four hundred and forty-three referrals by lower courts. Matt wells, even news.

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"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on AP News

"In Macedonia have begun removing official signs from government buildings to prepare for its new name north Macedonia. The small Bulkin country will change its name after reaching a landmark agreement over the summer with neighbouring Greece, which has a neighboring province also called Macedonia north Macedonia is due to become a NATO member. Now, the Greece's parliament approved a measure on Friday that would allow the country to join the alliance previously. Greece had blocked its accession to NATO Egypt's parliamentary votes on allowing President Abdel Fattah El Sisi to stay in office well beyond his current term, which ends in twenty twenty two it's happening. Even sooner than originally sheduled. Parliament spokesman said on Sunday the legislature would hold the crucial vote on wetlands day instead of meeting on February the seventeenth the motion is near certain to be overwhelmingly approved by the legislature, which is packed with supporters. But the amendments. Also need to be put to a national referendum to become law. Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison described his government is stronger a national security than the opposition. During a speech to Australia's National Press Club, Monday, he outlined his conservative coalition's record on a diverse range of security issues. Morrison's comments came after he signed an agreement with the French government to deliver a fleet of submarines and ahead of federal elections to be held in may, the partnering agreement was reached after months of heated negotiation and spelled out details such as warranties for defects, and how much Australia must pay. If it cancels the contract. A tentative deal in Washington to head off another shutdown. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. Congressional negotiators say that they've come up with an agreement that keeps the government funded averting a Friday night shutdown talks had floundered over the weekend. After Democrats called for limits on detentions, President Trump took his argument for a border wall to El Paso, Texas, Senator Ted Cruz addressed the rally is time to build the wall. In denver. School officials say that talks will resume Tuesday with teachers who walked off the job union negotiators. Rob Gould says the walkout was a lesson for administrators what it's like.

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France's Macron to press Egyptian president on human rights

A Public Affair

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

France's Macron to press Egyptian president on human rights

"He said was it's deteriorating human rights situation. Speaking at the tense news conference in Cairo with his addiction. Counterpart mR Macron said he was alarmed to see that things had moved in the wrong direction. Since he raised the issue just over a year ago with President Abdel Fattah El Sisi visibly angry. Mr. C implored Macron to stop seeing his country's human rights situation through western eyes Lomnica Linda alpha mode when Egypt surgery waiting lists by one hundred twenty thousand in ten months and provides decent accommodation to homeless people that this mean, Egypt is not respecting human rights as human rights confined to bloggers. Let me tell you bloggers will not build Egypt. It's hard working and persevering sons will the acting U S Defense Secretary has

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"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Ten years ago. President Brock Obama went to Cairo Egypt and gave a foreign policy speech that was meant as an olive branch to the Muslim world. The holy Koran tells us all mankind. We have created you male NFC mail, and we have made you in a nations and tribes that you may know, one another Republicans decried that speech as apologised in nature and often cite when criticizing Obama's worldview and foreign policy today. President Trump's secretary of state Mike Pompeo will give his own speech from Cairo. Trump has formed a tight partnership with Egypt's President Abdel Fattah El Sisi. Despites he sees poor human rights record in this speech is an attempt to articulate the Trump administration's foreign policy in the region. NPR's Jane Arraf joins us now from Baghdad where she is monitoring this speech. Jane, what can you tell us if anything about what secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is expected to say, well, it's certainly going to be a different kind of speech. He is not reaching out to embrace the Islamic world. He is hitting hard on essentially what he will describe MS expected described as a US. Doc record in fighting ISIS in fostering, more protection for Israel, all the themes that have been one of the hallmarks of the Trump administration. Now, it's been problematic so far because it exists against the backdrop of quite a lot of uncertainty as to what US policy actually is including that withdrawal of US troops from Syria. So one thing that people are hoping he'll do is clarify policy. We know that secretary pale has met with Egypt's president do we know what came out of that meeting. According to the State Department of the two reiterated the US commitment to with they always call their strategic partnership with Egypt and its fight against those common security threats religion also came out, you know, protecting Christians is a big thing for Pompeo and the State Department, and that's been a big thing in Egypt as well see has pretty much put himself as protec-. Actor of the Christian minority again here, it's a problematic relationship in many ways because the State Department said this administration has been seen as kind of looking the other way in terms of Egyptian repression and human rights abuses. The same way is seen as looking the other way and other heavyweights such as Saudi Arabia. So it's it's quite a balancing act for the United States here. I mean is there anything more? You can tell us about the exact setting. We know it's in Cairo, but which immediately draws distinctions between this and an Obama speech from ten years ago. Yeah. So he's speaking at a different university. Obama spoke quite symbolically at a part of us her university, which is one of the oldest Islamic universities in the world upon Bao's speaking at the hundred-year-old American University in Cairo and his speech again, it's expected to be a bitch. It will probably divide those listening to it because the reading to hear what the US intends, but what people around the region tend to see is the US. Both simultaneously withdrawing from principals it has held and focusing exclusively almost on Iran. And that's been the other big theme, of course here in Pompeo's trip. So far, Jordan Iraq discussing the what they see as the Iranian threat. NPR's Jane Arraf in Baghdad President Trump is heading to mcallen, Texas today. Again, trying to convince the American public that a border wall is needed and the government. Shutdown is worth it. The way President Trump has described this wall over time has changed quite a bit. And pure White House. Correspondent Keith has more back in twenty fourteen when the businessman Donald Trump was toying with the idea of running for president. He said he would build a border fence that summer a couple of his advisors, including Sam Nunn. Berg came up with the idea of calling it a wall as a way of signaling Trump would be an immigration hard liner. And what better way than to have his brand Inc? By Donald Trump saying, yeah, I'm going to build a wall. Nobody builds like Trump number wants to be clear. Trump rejected plenty of their ideas. But he went all in on the wall. It was fun. It was cool. It was novel. I would build a great wall. And nobody builds wells better than me believe me, and I'll build them very inexpensively Trump officially launched his campaign in June twenty fifteen with the wall as a centerpiece..

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Pompeo Speech Lays Out Vision for Mideast

Up First

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Pompeo Speech Lays Out Vision for Mideast

"It was a decade ago that President Barack Obama went to Cairo to deliver a speech about his administration's foreign policy today. Mike Pompeo will give the Trump administration's version, and perhaps some clarity after weeks of shifting positions on Syria and other regionally. She's an appears Michele Keleman has been traveling with the secretary of state and joins us now from Cairo and Michelle you've been traveling a lot, right? Give us a sense of of the ground Pompeo's covered. What we're only just begun on this. We started in Jordan country that border Syria and one of the many in this region. That's nervous about the US troop withdrawal from Syria from pay then took a day trip to Iraq both Baghdad and up to your field in the mainly Kurdish north of the country, and his message has been basically this at the US troop allowed is a tactical shift not a change in the US goals in the region. He says the US is committed to defeating ISIS. And pushing back on Ron and he's trying to downplay all these mixed messages coming from the administration on the conditions and the the pace of that Syria troop pull-out and what it'll mean to Kurdish fighters who helped the US in the fight against ISIS. Okay. So now, you're in Cairo sounds like there are lots of people there with you covering covering this. Visit mean what exactly is going to happen there? Yeah. We're busy here at the foreign ministry building Pompeii oh met with Egypt's President Abdel Fattah el-sisi who's been a big supporter of President Trump. But CC's also come under criticism from human rights groups for jailing thousands of activists. And while the State Department has raised concerns about Egypt's human rights record. It's also praising CC for his efforts to support Christians in Egypt. And that's something that Pompeo clearly appreciates he's really put a priority on promoting religious freedoms. And Michelle this really is a moment to sort of take stock of US policy in this region. Right because as Rachel said, I mean, it was a decade. Ago when prison Obama gave this big speech. They're laying out his vision. I suppose this is really a chance for the Trump administration to use the same setting to lay out a vision that that that sounds like might be very different. Yeah. Well, you know, when Obama gave that speech in two thousand nine he was calling for a new beginning for US relations with the Muslim world.

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"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Storm water flows, flooding and other issues. They're working around the clock to try and get that open as soon as possible next report at ten forty five. I'm Tanya, compass with more traffic reports more often KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Another storm system rolling in tonight. The rain really begins after midnight continues on through tomorrow lows tonight in the forties. Highs tomorrow in the sixties the low sixties at the beaches, mid sixties inland and in the valleys, Fullerton, fifty four Santa Clarita fifty two at this hour and Culver city. Fifty eight. It is ten thirty seven. Israeli officials have arrested students for killing a Palestinian woman in the West Bank. Police have arrested five Israeli seminary students in a case that has been described as Jewish terrorism. The group is being held in connection with stone-throwing attack on car in the West Bank that killed a Palestinian woman. Israeli officials say terrorism whether Jewish or Palestinian will not be tolerated all are under the age of eighteen they've not yet been formerly charged in an interview on sixty minutes. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi says his regime does not have blood on their hands because they're fighting against terrorists and extremists. We're dealing with fundamentalists and extremists which caused damage and killed people over these last years. I can't ask to forget their rights with the police and civilians who died he also denied reports that he's outlawed the Muslim Brotherhood only dealing with extreme Islamist. Who are carrying weapons? Welcome them to live among the people. But we don't want them to carry weapons and destroy Egyptian economy Human Rights, Watch has reported that Egypt has attained as many as sixty thousand political prisoners.

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"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"CBS news update. President Trump says he wanted to visit American troops in Iraq weeks ago, but word of a possible trip leaked out. So. He delayed it until today for security reasons. No, enemy on earth can match the awesome strength of American soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines. Nobody's even the first lady spent several hours at the American base in western Iraq talking with troops. And defending his surprise decision to pull American forces out of Syria. He says he has no plans to do that in Iraq. CBS news correspondent Steve Dorsey. Visiting troops in Iraq. President Trump also discussed domestic issues saying he wants to visit the southwest border of the US early next year for a quote groundbreaking on his wall before his state of the union address, the president also sticking to his pledge to build a wall even amid a government shutdown vowing to do quote, whatever it takes the United States still has more than five thousand troops in Iraq. CBS news update. I'm Sam Litzinger came Malek's news time, four thirty two. The partial government shutdown is in its fifth day. There's no end in sight is negotiations appear with stall between the White House and Senate. Democrats. Here's CBS news correspondent Natalie brand government shutdowns over the years. The estimated cost of lost productivity climbed into the billions. But the president's economic adviser claims there's no threat to the economy in the end a few weeks down is not going to be something that has any kind of significant effect on the outlook. President Trump says if there's anything wrong with the economy, it's the Federal Reserve's phone for raising interest rates, but the fed chairman appears to be safe for the moment. Stocks recovered losses from a Christmas Eve plunge input the market on track for its best day in nine months today. Set a record Hugh Johnson is the president and CEO at Hugh Johnson advisors in Albany, New York. He says the sharp losses on Monday were computer driven and didn't reflect the true state of the economy, technicals market factors. We call it high frequency trading computer driven trading the turn that small decline on Monday into a big decline, the US immigration customs enforcement agency dropped off at least. Two hundred migrants at the Paso Texas bus station yesterday with another drop off expected today. Here is CBS's. Elaine Kitano one hundred sixty eight migrants were released by US immigration and customs enforcement in downtown El Paso, Texas on Christmas day after the migrants were dropped off. Volunteers offered them food and clothing at a makeshift shelter nearby. Another five hundred migrants are expected to be released. According to L passers, Representative democratic congressman Beto overwork came awakes news time, four thirty three. Egyptians may be going on a diet here. CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter. With more America isn't the only country with a weight problem. Egypt apparently has one as well. President Abdel Fattah El Sisi has a New Year's resolution. His fellow AGIP will lose weight. The former general has complained about the number of overweight people he sees and told Egyptian they must take better care of themselves. Trying to set an example, he made a before sunrise bike ride to the national. Oh, military academy.

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AP News

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on AP News

"Maze. Move through. Britain's Brexit plans into disarray intensified, domestic political crisis and batted the pound with a you officials adamant the withdrawal deal was not up for renegotiation. The country does not know a mall terms. It will leave in an emergency statements to the house of Commons may accepted that the divorce deal. She struck last month with e you leaders was likely to be rejected. If the vote was held Tuesday as planned may said, she would defer the vote say she could seek assurances from the EU and bring the deal back to parliament. She didn't set a new date for the vote. The UK's departure is supposed to take place on March the twenty ninth. Egypt has quietly introduced restrictions on the sale of yellow reflective vests to avoid copycat protests. Like those seen in France. Security officials said they feared demonstrations may copy French protests during next month's anniversary, the twenty eleven popular uprising that toppled autocrat Hosni Mubarak. They said industrial safety equipment dealers have been instructed not to sell yellow vests to walk in bias, and to restrict business to wholesale sales to verified companies police permission will be required. The restrictions would remain in force until the end of January since President Abdel Fattah El Sisi rose to office in two thousand fourteen have been no significant protests, end, Egypt still the government is constantly worry. They could return especially given that the twenty seven protests erupted as part of a chain reaction inspired by Tunisia's Arab spring uprising making the systems in your home. Smart involves a lot of buying a bit of planning and. Managing of privacy issues. AP correspondent Warren Levinson reports. So you've been to a friend's house and marveled at how the blinds go up and down with the wave of a hand in how the microwave knows how to cook a sweet potato without reference to the manual and.

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"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on AP News

"Said industrial safety equipment dealers have been instructed not to sell yellow vests to walk in bias, and to restrict business to wholesale sales to verified companies police permission will be required. The restrictions would remain in force until the end of January since President Abdel Fattah El Sisi rose to office in two thousand fourteen have been no significant protests, end, Egypt still the government is constantly wary. They could return especially given that the twenty eleven protests erupted as part of a chain reaction, inspired by Tunisia's Arab spring uprising Trump's wall, and the Democrats, I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news, the President Trump had a testy. Meeting before the media at the White House was Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer and House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi Schumer tells the president there's no need for partial government shutdown over the border wall solutions that will pass the house and Senate right now and will not shut down the government. And that's what we're urging you to do not threatened to shut down the government. Choice you can't picture during. And after the meeting Trump said he will be responsible. We closed down the country. I will take it because we're closing it down for border security. And I think I win that every single time. An AP investigation finds President Trump's daughter and son-in-law could benefit financially from a program. They push that offers massive tax breaks to developers who invest in downtrodden areas. If Trump and Jared Kushner own a major stake in a real estate investment firm at setting up funds to take advantage of the opportunities zone program. I'm Tim Maguire. AP digital news back in a moment. Introducing.

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"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Research indicates certain surgical techniques may calls more cancer deaths. Dr Charles Snyder man has more on the story of miniature video cameras and instruments to operate inside. The abdomen pelvis has been a major advance in surgery quicker and less painful recovery. Studies have minimally invasive surgery for you to cervical cancer felt a higher rate of recurrence of long for mortality than using an older technique with a larger incision. This is Charles Snyder. In Falls Church Virginia, the release of a Christian woman in Pakistan acquitted, eight years ago after being sentenced to death for blasphemy was delayed Friday after authorities agreed to bar her from flying abroad following talks with radical Islamists who actually want her publicly hanged the supreme court overturned the two thousand ten conviction of Ossetia before insulting Muhammad. It could take several years to determine her fate. Breaking news and analysis can be found at townhall dot com. The Islamic state strikes. Christians again this time in Egypt. More from Keith Peters. The terrorists ambushed three buses carrying Christian pilgrims on their way to a remote desert monastery, south of the Egyptian capital of Cairo killing seven and wounding nineteen that according to the Coptic Orthodox church and the interior ministry, all but one of those killed were members of the same family, including a boy and a girl ages fifteen and twelve respectively ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack the Islamic state has repeatedly vowed to go after Egypt's Christians as punishment for their support of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi. Keith Peters reporting. It is time to fall back. So you're going to want to set your clocks back one hour before you go to bed tonight. Stocks dropped Friday. The Dow down one ten NASDAQ down seventy seven and while the s&p slid seventeen points it finished with its biggest weekly increase since March more on these stories at ten. Townhall dot com. This is today's entertainment answer. What is our family film of the week? It's the nutcracker and the four realms which hits theaters November second it is never too early to get into that wintry holiday mood. And this is just the film to do. It really exciting. World.

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"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Force One. It is day. Two of a two date four state campaign blitz for President Trump and our White House correspondent, Greg Clugston is traveling along after back-to-back rallies in West Virginia and Indiana, the president is crisscrossing the country today to make campaign stops in Montana and Florida, and he's making a case for GOP candidates all along the way, I need you to vote for a Republican House Republican Senate, so we can continue this incredible movement. The president is travelling to red states where he enjoys support and where he's touting a strong economy and his plans to protect the US border. Greg Clugston with the president in Indianapolis on Sunday. Tomorrow, the president will visit Macon Georgia in the afternoon in Chattanooga. Tennessee in the evening. Also at townhall dot com. The Islamic state strikes. Christians again this time in Egypt. More from Keith Peters, a terrorist ambush, three buses carrying Christian pilgrims on their way to a remote desert monastery, south of the Egyptian capital of Cairo killing seven and wounding nineteen that according to the Coptic Orthodox church and the Egyptian interior ministry, all but one of those killed were members of the same family, including a boy and a girl ages fifteen and twelve respectively ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack the Islamic state has repeatedly vowed to go after Egypt's Christians as punishment for their support of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi. Keith Peters reporting. The second person died at the hands of a shooter who opened fire inside a Florida yoga studio before killing himself, Tallahassee. Police say the forty year old gunman shot six people last night in pistol whipped another person then killed himself. The two were identified as sixty one year old Dr Nancy van vessel in twenty.

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"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This evening says voters need to defeat democratic candidates for congress. They take power they will try to erase our games and eradicate our progress. Can't let that happen. The Democrats want to raise your taxes. They want to restore job killing regulations. They want to shut down your steel mills and that will happen poll show the race for Senate in Indiana between Republican Mike Braun and incumbent democrat, Joe Donnelly is a virtual tie. Mr. Trump earlier traveled West Virginia to campaign for GOP candidates. Stare Ozzy Abebe you had hoped to leave Pakistan now encounters a new obstacle although acquitted eight years after being sentenced to death for blasphemy the release of this Christian woman in Pakistan was delayed Friday after authorities forbade her to fly abroad as a result of an agreement with radical Islamist to want her publicly hanged. Islamists have been protesting since Wednesday. When Pakistan supreme court overturned is you'd BB's twenty ten conviction on the charge of insulting Muhammad, Pakistan, e authorities will not allow her to leave the country until the supreme court makes a final review its verdict such court reviews. Can typically take years George Monzon reporting or violence against Christians in the Middle East. This time in Egypt where a Slavic state radicals attack three buses carrying Christian pilgrims on their way to a remote desert monastery, south of the capital of Cairo killing seven and wounding nineteen claim could not be independently verified. Isis has repeatedly stated its intention to target Egypt's Christians as punishment for their support for President Abdel Fattah El Sisi of Wall Street, the Dow down by one hundred ten points. The NASDAQ dropped.

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"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of Salem media. Breaking news this hour from townhall dot com. I'm Keith Peters. President Trump says voters in West Virginia will help determine which party controls. The Senate the president came here to Huntington to rally supporters and emphasize the importance of Tuesday's midterm elections. He said the country is watching West Virginia and said a vote for democrat, Joe Manchin is a vote for Chuck Schumer and democrat control the president said he likes mansion, but urged residents here to vote for Patrick Morrissey to keep the Senate in Republican hands. Greg Clugston with the president in Huntington, West Virginia freedom for Ozzy Abebe encounters anew obstacle the release of a Christian woman in Pakistan acquitted, eight years after being sentenced to death for blasphemy was delayed Friday after authorities agreed to bar her from flying abroad following talks with radical Islamists who want her publicly hanged. Islamists have been rallying since Wednesday when the supreme court of Pakistan over. Turn to twenty ten conviction of Asia BB for allegedly insulting Muhammad, Pakistani. Authorities will not allow be to leave the country until the supreme court makes a final review of its verdict. Those quote reviews typically take years BB's ordeal will continue until the review is completed. George Montani reporting more violence against Christians in the Middle East this time in Egypt, whereas Slavic state radicals attacked three buses carrying Christian pilgrims on their way to a remote desert monastery, south of the capital of Cairo killing seven and wounding nineteen though it's claim could not be immediately verified. Isis has repeatedly stated its intention to target Egypt's Christians as punishment for their support of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi. As defense minister el-sisi led the military's two thousand thirteen ouster of an Islamist president who's twenty year rule proved divisive on Wall Street. The Dow down by one hundred ten points. The NASDAQ dropped seventy seventy s and p lower by seventeen oil dropped a sixty three fourteen a barrel..

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Egypt: 75 people sentenced to death over 2013 Islam protests

WBBM Programming

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Egypt: 75 people sentenced to death over 2013 Islam protests

"Aircraft crashed into will lake in south Sudan, the minister of information for the town of euro, which is located in the central part of the civil war-torn East African country says the nineteen cedar commercial baby air. Plane had been travelling from the capital of Juba. He says the three survivors are six year old child a man in a foreigner from Europe said to be in surgery and in serious condition. Flood season begins this weekend in Miami. They're called king tides.

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Egypt court sentences 75 to death and 47 to life over 2013 sit-in

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Egypt court sentences 75 to death and 47 to life over 2013 sit-in

"Seventy five Muslim Brotherhood supporters sentenced to death in Egypt for their involvement in a twenty thirteen sit in it's part of a mass trial of hundreds in a case involving seven hundred seventy nine defendants facing charges ranging from murder to damaging property. The court also sentenced to life in prison, the head of the brotherhood Muhammad body and forty six others Mahmoud Abbas aid, a photogenic known as show con- perceived five years imprisonment, meaning he will walk free for time served. The sit in was staged by supporters of Mohamed Morsi, a brotherhood stalwart who became Egypt's first freely elected president in two thousand twelve but was ousted a year later by the military, then led by President Abdel Fattah El

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WBZ Midday News

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Houston, Verizon and Boston discussed on WBZ Midday News

"To say the Verizon signal doesn't reach here. Limburg's todd. Shields reports they're proving that negative not just to take some varieties business but to claim their share of four and a half billion dollars in subsidies for carriers that service low populated areas, like the Oklahoma, panhandle the guys out in the fringes of the panhandle. Say none, no they're not here we deserve. A subsidy. Shield says the FCC relies on Verizon's coverage map to suggest maybe it can trim about three hundred million

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"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"In this case, that third party is Jason President Abdel Fattah El Sisi. A broker, I would imagine will be questioned unusual brokered, say, an Egypt will have its own agenda in this. I mean, how does that complicate already difficult situation during the best position to do this? Because a rough a coursing is actually the causing into Egypt so they can put pressure on the HAMAs, but also incentivize the HAMAs if we can reach in agreement rougher coursing will often more often more people will go. So the for causing moguls will go inside the Gaza and out. So the Gaza also the gypsum, Evan interest, the HAMAs swan pledge to us in and out. So the result at least to help them in Israel, be involved in stopping jealous without designer peninsula, which by those, but those the very much. So that is trying their of of sleek anti of elements, political elements, which really interest work, refined another. They learning how to do it and so far the heaven. You know, he's also the for the, they look at the HAMAs on the one end, they need them the compression them, but they're so those offshoot of the Muslim rattled. So they'll suspicious of them. But this is the Middle East finally, and we talked about external influences. Alexis Egypt getting involved. Tell us brings up today little bit. If you would about Paraguay, it's new government has just said an embassy that it moved to Israel to Jerusalem. A few months ago is actually now going back to Tel Aviv. Luckily social distance. So the death to move long distance logistics is at least of the worries for, yes, it's it shows a bit indecisiveness, but to be fair, the president pug. Why change in probably very special within the organization of American stay states not to take the steps and why can't be too fast to follow the United States for no on interest and the realized that quite on the on the on in doing this. But you know, at the end of the day is our hope that's many countries follow the United States at it'd been maybe an another American president doing that. It might have been the case, not when it's done on Tom. So I think, yes, it's about why not huge pile. Those pleasure on Doug. Why within Latin America to reverse this decision president, they didn't agree with that and the change there might, yes, he met Kovac. Thank you very much for.

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Macedonia naming dispute: 4,000 protesters in Greece's Thessaloniki march with banners calling politicians 'traitors'

Latino USA

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Macedonia naming dispute: 4,000 protesters in Greece's Thessaloniki march with banners calling politicians 'traitors'

"The eu funds to be cut to those governments that won't take in more asylum seekers he also wants to change eu rules that require migrants to stay in their countries of first arrival which often means italy in greece after the meeting tweeted that he felt things were moving in the right direction german chancellor angela merkel says the meeting created a lot of goodwill but that for now it's not going to be possible to get a european solution she recommends agreements in smaller groups of two or three countries miracles coalition partners are threatening to bring down the government if she doesn't find a way to reduce germany's burden from silom seekers for npr news i'm teri schultz in brussels egypt has extended its state of emergency for another three months president abdel fattah el sisi expects it to be approved by parliament within seven days and go into effect by mid july egypt has been under a state of emergency since april of last year this is npr news thousands of people demonstrated in greece's second largest city against a deal with macedonia that seeks to end nearly twenty seven years of disagreement between the two countries over macedonia's name protesters threw bottles and chairs and police responded with tear gas and stunned grenades nationalists in both countries oppose the deal that would rename greece's neighbor north macedonia and allow the greek province of macedonia to still use that name at the world cup in russia england has progressed into the next stage of the tournament after defeating panama but npr's alina seljuk reports panama fans still had something to celebrate panama lost to england six to one but this was a historic moment for team panama it's scored its very first world cup goal as a result of this match both england and belgium qualify for the knockout round of sixteen panama will blade tunisia next though neither team will move onto the next phase separately japan and senegal ended their match in times or airing two goals each lots of fans from both countries attended the game also in the stands was japanese princess who's the first member of japan's royal family to visit russia in more than one hundred years alina sell you npr news samara russia golfer bubba watson overcame a six stroke deficit to win his third travelers championship title on sunday watson closed with a seven hundred sixty three for seventeen under total and a threeshot win watson became the first three time winner on the pga tour the season polling within one of billy casper's tournament record of four victories i'm jim hallmark npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include carnegie corporation of new york supporting innovations in education democratic engagement and the advancement of international peace and security more information is available online at carnegie dot org and the corporation.

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"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"The catalan separatist leader call us which mon says he's ending his paid to be reappointed president of the region he said he was stepping aside in favor of detained activists jodie sanchez the egyptian president abdel fattah el sisi says he considers any insult of the country's security forces to be high treason his comments came off to the government complained about recent foreign media coverage of egypt and a story from today's monaco minute the citizenship advisory firm henley and partners says that japan and singapore now have the most powerful paul sports in the world it means germany is no longer the front runner those are some of the headlines with following today hit on monocle 24 let's find out what else is going on in the business world now we're joined by bloomberg's un potsun you and we were just talking i mean it go to louise were talking a little bit about that a bit of a stock market selloff today worries understandably of course of a global trade war given trump's uh pronouncements sir what's happening out there are invest feeling spooked yet only certainly hours been a pretty bad end to a not very good week for invest as as you say markets down quotes a lot today the dax in germany off more than two percent thus a fair old moved really a trio things concerning invest is today a first they worrying about a more hawkish federal reserve i'd be worry about this a week that the us central bank may raise rates as many as four times a shaved raw them three which markets were expecting secondly comments from the bank of japan early today that they may be bringing x extraordinarily s extraordinary stimulus typical say that to an end by the end of eight pro of next year that's a possible date for that s and thirdly as you been talking about s those tweets from the president of the united states said tweeting just early say that trade rules a good and easy to win that's a really concerning investors in anything which uses metals call make his the biggest fallers on the markets in europe this today you'll let me ask you know the question why his india.

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"On tumbled at the president of egypt promises a forceful response after an attack on a sign on a mosque left at least two hundred thirty five people dead from our foreign desk cbs news correspondent elizabeth pulled up forty armed men detonated a bomb near the mosque and then slaughtered worshippers is they ran for their lives some gun than even hid waiting to ambush vehicles evacuating book has an egyptian president abdel fattah el sisi went on national television and vowed he would respond to the attack with brute force but for the past four years egypt since security forces have been fighting a losing battle in the sinai against islamist extremists especially the local isis franchise so i'm his former club retreat president trump denounced the mosque with iraqi reached out to egypt's president on twitter mr crump tied the attack poor a wall along the southern border and also that travel ban that has been tied up in the courts it turned out to be a false alarm not long after the towers them in egypt there were fears on her in a very busy part of london multiple reports of shots fired in a subway what friday shoppers scattering police flooded this gene and closed three stations but an hour later police gave the allclear saying there were no shots and no one was hurt cbs news correspondent elaine t hanno time might have worn out on international search is still continuing for argentine submarine it was carrying forty four crewmembers when it was lost in the south atlantic that was more than a week ago yes a lot of us do much of our holiday shopping these days at the keyboard or on a tablet or smartphone but four from all i'm jim krasula for many people black friday is as much about socializing as it is about shopping just coming out here have crimes than in laugh along you meet people youth again talked with them will win away to school separate scarf away from one another so when we come on we dislike to get together and see how another oregon one woman said to me what fun is it to sit at home alone and shop online jim krasula cbs news raleigh north carolina lawyers were fired national security advisor michael flynn have broken off talks with president trump's legal team possibly a sign that flynn could be making a deal with the special counsel robert more in the.

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"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Calm a move thirty nine degrees saturday's mostly sunny and mild late day sprinkle possible kgb and a high of fifty nine sunday mostly sunny cool hulu breezy fifty cbs news on comparable prison were reviewed your promises of forceful response after an attack sinai mall scott left at least two hundred thirty five people dead from our foreign desk years cbs here's correspondent elizabeth palmer about forty armed men detonated a bomb near the mosque and then slaughtered worshippers is they ran for their lives some gunman even hid waiting to ambush vehicles evacuating blue book as an egyptian president abdel fattah el sisi went on national television and vowed he would respond to the attack with brute force but for the past four years egypt since security forces have been fighting a losing battle sinai against islamist extremists especially the local isis franchise from his former club three president trump denounced the mosque attack reached out to egypt's president on twitter mr trump tied the attack to his call for southern border wall and the crowd will ban that has been tied up in the courts while it turned out to be a false alarm but not long after the terrorism in egypt there were fears on a very very busy part of london multiple reports of fired subway sent black friday shoppers scattering police fled the scene and closed three stations but an hour later police gave the allclear saying there were no shots and no one was hurt us news correspondent elaine key hanno time might have run out but an international search snow continues for on argentine submarine it was carrying forty four crewmembers when it was lost in the south atlantic more than a week ago well yes a lot of us do our holiday shopping mostly at the.

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"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"A cumulus station gene cbs news i'm tom foty they'll prison where we need your promises a forceful response after an attack on a the sinai mall start left at least two hundred thirty five people dead from our foreign desk here cbs here's correspondent elizabeth palmer about forty armed men detonated a bomb near the mosque and then slaughtered worshippers is they ran for their lives some gunman even head waiting vehicles evacuating bubel has an egyptian president abdel fattah el sisi went on national television and and vowed he would respond to the attack with brute force but for the past four years egypt since security forces have been fighting a losing battle in the sinai against islamist extremists especially the local isis franchise from his former club retreat president trump denounced the machine arkan reached out to egypt's president on twitter mr trump tied the attack to his call for southern border wall and the crowd will ban that had been tied up in the courts turn out to be a false alarm but not long after the terrorism in egypt where fiat is on a very very busy part of london multiple reports of shots fired in a subway black friday shoppers scattering credit is seen and closed three stations but an hour later police gave the allclear saying there were no shots and no one was hurt cbs news correspondent elaine key hanno time might have run out of what an international search snow continues for an argentine submarine he was carrying forty four crewmembers when it was lost in the south atlantic more than a week ago well yes a lot of us do our holiday shopping mostly at the keynote or tablet or seen phone these as far from all i'm jim krasula for many people black friday is as you about socializing as it is about shopping just coming out here had crimes than and laugh long l you sit there and talk with them we all went away to school separate places far away from one another so when we come on we dislike to get the osce one another again one woman said to me what fun is it to sit at home alone shop online jim krasula cbs news raleigh north carolina lawyers were fired national security advisor michael flynn have broken off talks with president trump's legal team possibly a sign that flynn is making a deal with the.

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"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"president abdel fattah el sisi" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Foty president already promises a forceful response after an attack on a sign sinai moss scott left at least two hundred thirty five people dead from our foreign desk guess here's correspondent elizabeth palmer about forty armed men detonated a bomb near the mosque and then slaughtered worshippers is they ran for their lives some gunman even hid waiting ambush vehicles evacuating blue book has an egyptian president abdel fattah el sisi went on national television and and vowed he would respond to the attack with brute force but for the past four years egypt since security forces have been fighting a losing battle in the sinai against islamist extremists especially the local isis franchise from his former club retreat trump denounced the mosque attack reached out to egypt's president on twitter mr trump tied the attack to his call for southern border wall and the travel ban that has been tied up in the courts while it turned out to be a false alarm but not long after the terrorism in egypt there were fears on a very very busy part of london multiple reports of shots fired in some way black friday shoppers scattering please fled the scene and closed three stations but an hour later police gave the allclear saying there were no shots and no one was hurt cbs news correspondent elaine key hanel time might have run out but an international search still continues for an argentine submarine he was carrying forty four crew members when it was lost in the south atlantic more than a week ago well yes a lot of us do our holiday shopping malls the keyboard or tablet or smartphone these days far from all had jim chrysoula for many people black friday is as much about socializing as it is about shopping just coming out here have crimes than a laugh along and we talked with them went away to school separate places far away from one another so when we come home we dislike to get together and see one another again one woman said to me what fun is it to sit at home alone and.

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