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"FDA approves emergency authorization for vaccines So those details include things like the number of doses that will be initially allocated to our state, which will guide prioritization of populations and the immunization requirements of the specific vaccine. Once those details are known, Thea Iowa Department of Public Health will finalize the strategy and prepared to begin to distribution of the vaccine Governor Kim Reynolds of Iowa. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada's said today Canada will have to wait for vaccine because the very first ones that roll off the assembly. Lines are likely to be given to citizens of the country they're made in. He said that the United States, the United Kingdom and Germany have mass vaccine production facilities, but Canada does not. He spoke today outside his home in Ottawa. One of the things to remember is Canada no longer has any domestic production capacity for vaccines we used to have it decades ago. But we no longer have it. Countries like the United States, Germany and the U. K do have domestic pharmaceutical facilities, which is why they're obviously going to prioritize helping their citizens first. So Canada did two things over the past months. First of all, we've begun to invest once again in ensuring that Canada will have domestic vaccine production capacity because we never want to be caught short again without the ability to support Canadians directly and that will be in place in the coming years. If ever there is another pandemic. We will not be be caught on the wrong foot again. But secondly, that's why recognizing the challenges we had around getting vaccines from other countries to Canada, the Canadian government signed a record number Of agreements with vaccine producers potential. The potential vaccine producers around the world We have reached out on have actually one of the very best vaccine portfolios of any country around the world. With far more doors that doses for Canadians, potentially then we actually have Canadian population. That's because we don't know which Vaccines are going to be most effective, which ones they're going to arrive early, But we have done everything we can to ensure that Canadians get these vaccines as quickly as possible and a Z effectively as possible. But of course, in all cases we are in for as a world a number more months where we have to do everything to keep our cases down before vaccines get here s O that we are able to get through this as best possible, which is why people need to continue to stay safe and limit the spread of covert 19. Overseas France will begin easing its covert 19 lockdown this weekend so that by Christmas shops, theaters and cinemas will reopen and people will be able to spend the holiday with the rest of their family. French President Emmanuel Macron said today in a televised address to the nation that the worst of the second wave of the pandemic and France was over. But that restaurants, cafes and bars would have to stay shut until January from France. 24 Here's part of his speech. A new stage will begin you send these Starting Saturday. 28 November in the morning. Yeah, they're not looking professional personal things that won't will not change. Don't tailored. Walk down. The system certificate will remain in force because this has enabled us to reach these good results. Therefore, you administer to get you to stay at home to work from home when possible to not go to family gatherings, private meetings and do any unnecessary traveling. But as from next Saturday morning, several changes they're going to take place. That only personally No. Permit the promenade with possible to travel outside. Thank you. Great to go within 20, kilometers for three hours for sports, Another outside activities, extra mural activities, possibles, houses of worship. We pass it to worship the maxim. Gather 30 people and last week I know Great expectations. There are and I know how important this is for daily lives. The mall's city centers good man. Oh, stores will be able to reopen and the post Services will resume. But think there will be a very strict health protocol, which has been negotiated with all professionals that I would like to thank here services and businesses will be able to re open staying open till 9 P.m. at the latest. Hits bookstores, Maybe a record stores, Libraries and archives will also be able to open in these same conditions. The second stage will be starting December. 15th on December 15 Way do reach around 5000 contentions per day at about 2500 to 3 3000 people in intensive care units, then we will be able to move on to the next stage. Across the channel in Great Britain. Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed on Monday that his country will end a month long lockdown on December 2nd. The prime minister's spoke to Parliament virtually Natural restrictions in England will end on the second off December and they will not be renewed for next Wednesday. People will be able to leave their home for any purpose and meet others in outdoor public spaces, subject a little six. Collective worship. Weddings on outdoor sports can resume and shops. Personal care regions on the wider letter sector can re open. Without sensible precautions. We would risk the virus escalating into a winter or new year search. The incidence of the disease is, alas, still white spread in many areas, So we're not gonna replace national measures with a free for all of the status quo. Ante Covic. We're gonna go back instead to a regional tiered approach, applying the toughest measures wacko. It is most parents and here in the U. S, and may not be the typical Macy's Day parade this year, But we do have the traditional presidential pardoning of the turkey President Trump thank the medical and science professionals fighting the pandemic and military and law enforcement. Today in a White House Rose Garden ceremony. Every American can be united in Thanksgiving to God. For the incredible gifts he has bestowed upon us, the blessings of family community and this exceptional Beautiful and great country is greater than ever before..
Fresh update on "president emmanuel macron" discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington. I'm louise schiavone president-elect joe biden signaling to the world that the united states is prepared to cooperate and lead on the international stage in style. The trump administration has not among biden's national security and diplomatic appointments longtime advisor. Anthony blinken to secretary of state season state department veteran linda. Thomas greenfield as ambassador to the un and former top diplomat john kerry to holden newly created cabinet level senior climate post on the national security council. Npr's avocado it has more biden's that his team embodies the belief that america is strongest when it works with its allies team that reflects the fact that america is back ready to lead the world not retreat from it once again. Sit at the head of the table. The six men and women biden announced all four face masks and took turns one by one removing them to introduce themselves biden referenced the historic nature of some of his picks including the first latino to lead the department of homeland security. He also underscored that. He'll have someone on the national security council whose fulltime job is dealing with climate change as macau with npr news. It was a banner day on wall street. Fueled by the official recognition of soon to be sworn in biden presidency and continued advances in corona virus vaccine development for the first time ever the dow jones industrial average broke the thirty thousand barrier and president trump surprised reporters by appearing for one minute in the white house briefing room with the band. I'm very thrilled with what's happened on the vaccine front. That's been absolutely incredible. Nothing like that has ever happened. Medically and I think people are acknowledging that and it's having a big effect but the stock market's just broken thirty thousand never been broken that number that's sacred number thirty thousand. Nobody ever see it. President did not take questions. Pennsylvania has now certified. Joe biden is the winner of the state's presidential election. Emily previti from member station w. I t. up has more. The state certification comes after county officials work to certify results amid a crush of post election litigation from president trump's campaign. Those legal efforts have been almost wholly unsuccessful petition from the pennsylvania republican party to invalidate mail ballots received during the three days following. The election is pending before the us supreme court but the state estimates just ten thousand of those ballots were cast and that's not enough to matter in the presidential race which biden won by more than eighty thousand votes in pennsylvania. Nevada is also certifying results today. Arizona and wisconsin are expected to certify. They're tallies next week for npr news. I'm emily previti in harrisburg. The dow gained four hundred fifty four points today. This is npr in a televised address. The evening french president emmanuel macron said his country's efforts had paid off and the viruses retreated. Npr's eleanor beardsley reports. That france will begin lifting confinement measures this weekend. You know soccer to pick the vaccine said it looked like the second wave had passed thanks to people's responsibility and civic duty. He said france has avoided the worst. The number of daily infections has dropped from sixty thousand to twenty thousand and the number of patients in. Icu is also down. Starting saturday. stores can reopen and people will be allowed to go out. if on december fifteenth the rate of infection is down to five thousand a day said my crawl we will be allowed to travel freely and spend christmas with our families but a nightly curfew will remain in place. Bars and restaurants will not be able to reopen until january twentieth. Mackrell said they would receive financial support. Until then eleanor beardsley. Npr news paris. Johns hopkins researchers estimate twelve and a half million covid cases in the united states so far with two hundred fifty nine thousand deaths in the us and his public health officials call on americans to restrict holiday events and gatherings virus cases surge. The white house is preparing for a final trump administration. Christmas season and eighteen and a half foot tall fraser for was delivered by horse drawn carriage to the white house. The president delivered the traditional part of a couple of big fluffy turkeys and christmas and hannukah events are being planned a spokesperson for the first lady says precautions will be taken. I'm louise schiavone. Npr news washington..
Fresh "President Emmanuel Macron" from Morning Edition
"Does not require ultra cold storage conditions so it could be kept in conventional refrigerators. AstraZeneca says it's seeking emergency use listing for its vaccine from the W H O the W H O says the world will need a variety of affordable, easy to transport vaccine candidates to stem the Corona virus pandemic. Very good. Oy NPR news and you're listening to NPR news. French president Emmanuel Macron is preparing to address the nation today. He is expected to give an update on the coronavirus situation in France, and he may announce the relax ation of lockdown rules that have been in place since the end of October. New figures show the corona virus infections on a downward path in France. Russia says one of its navy ships threatened to RAM and American guided missile destroyer that Russia claims was violating his territorial waters in the Pacific Ocean. He was navy says historian was challenging what it calls Russia's excessive maritime claims. NPR's who's seeing campus in Moscow. The Defense Ministry in Moscow says the USS John S. McCain violated Russian territorial waters. More than a mile and did not turn around until was challenged by a Russian destroyer. U S Navy disputes the McCain ever entered Russian waters and says it does not recognize Russia's claim toe obey in the Sea of Japan. The Navy says the destroyer was conducting an operation tow a certain navigational freedom in the area. Russian ships and planes regularly challenge U. S naval vessels with close encounters and flyovers. 2017 the McCain was involved in a collision with a tanker that killed 10 sailors. Lucy and Kim NPR NEWS Moscow New York City's first and so far on Lee Black mayor has died. David Dinkins was 93. The Police department says his death appears to be from natural causes. Think it was a Democrat who served one term as mayor, defeating Republican Rudy Giuliani in 1989. His wife, Joyce Jenkins, died just a few weeks ago at age 89. Joyal Snyder. NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Charles Schwab, Charles.
Fresh update on "president emmanuel macron" discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts
"President emmanuel macron is offering to address the nation. Today he is expected to give an update on the coronavirus situation in france and he may announce a relaxation of lockdown rules. That have been in place since the end of october new figures. Show the coronavirus infections on a downward path. In france russia says one of its navy ships threatened to ram an american guided missile destroyer that russia claims was violating its territorial waters in the pacific. Ocean navy says destroyer was challenging. What it calls. Russia's excessive maritime claims in susan. Kim is in moscow. The defense ministry in moscow says the uss john mccain violated russian territorial waters by more than a mile and did not turn around until it was challenged by a russian destroyer the us navy disputes mccain ever entered russian waters and says it does not recognize russia's claim to obey in the sea of japan. The navy says the destroyer was conducting an operation to a certain navigational freedom in the area. Russian ships and planes regularly challenge you us naval vessels with close encounters and flyovers in two thousand seventeen the mccain was involved in a collision with a tanker that killed ten sailors lucian kim. Npr news moscow. New york city's first and so far. Only black mayor has died. David dinkins was ninety. Three the police department says his death appears to be from natural causes a democrat who served one term as mayor defeating. Republican rudy. Giuliani at one thousand. Nine hundred eighty nine his wife choice. Dinkins died just a few weeks ago at age eighty nine. I'm trial snyder. Npr news from news. Eighty eight seven in. Houston i'm kiro buckley. Local officials say the percent of people testing positive for covid. Nineteen has taken another jump since last week. Here's matt harrop. With the latest houston city officials said seven point. Nine percent of people seeking cova test tested positive a week ago monday. The houston. Health department reported positivity rate of eight point eight percent nearly one percent jump from last week and some texas safety net clinics serving low income. Patients are struggling to survive the pandemic health reporter. Sara willa ernst tells us about a new option to help.
Fresh update on "president emmanuel macron" discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts
"Work city's first and so far. Only black mayor has died. David dinkins was ninety. Three the police department says his death appears to be from natural causes. Dinkins was a democrat. Who served one term as mayor defeating. Republican rudy giuliani in nineteen eighty. Nine his wife joyce dinkins digest a few weeks ago at age eighty nine french president emmanuel macron set to make an announcement today about loosening corona by restrictions. Npr's eleanor beardsley reports at health officials. In france say there are signs at a second wave of infections. Has pete over the weekend. The french prime minister said infections hospitalizations and deaths are down. France went into a second lockdown. On october thirtieth health officials say restrictions must be lifted in stages mackerel says he wants to put an end to the uncertainty a first stage on december i could see non essential businesses reopening and religious ceremonies resuming stage to in mid december would allow the french to travel freely within the country bars and restaurants would eventually be reopened at a later stage in january macro will also talk about the upcoming distribution of vaccines across the country. Eleanor beardsley npr news. Paris is a check on the global. Financial markets are mostly higher tuesday trading the benchmarks in france germany and britain rising and shares finished higher in japan australia and south korea today after the federal government gave the green light to the transition process despite efforts by president trump to a return the election. I'm joel snyder. Npr news from news. Eighty eight seven in houston cairo. Beckley houston's positivity rate for people getting covid nineteen tests has jumped almost one percent in the last week. Local officials reported positivity rate of eight point eight percent yesterday to help stop the spread of the virus. Mayor sylvester turner is again asking houston's.
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"By the way, What's amazing about this is that this is not just a phenomenon that the American right has noticed. The French president, Emmanuel Macron. He actually came out and ripped into English language media. So Emmanuelle Macron. He's from France. We should respect it. According to the left right, the French are always right, according to The New York Times. President Emmanuel Macron of France called Ben Smith on Thursday afternoon. He argued that the American, the Anglo American press has blamed France instead of those who committed a spate of murderous terrorist attacks that began with the beheading beheading on October 16th of a teacher, Samuel Petit, when a lesson on free speech had shown his class cartoons from the satirical magazine Charlie have dough mocking the Prophet Mohammed. Across, said when France was attacked five years ago. Every nation in the world supported us When I see in that context, several newspapers which I believe are from countries that share our values, journalists write in a country that is here to the Enlightenment and the French revolution. When I see them legitimizing this violence and saying the heart of the problem is that France is racist Islamophobic. I say the founding principles have been lost. Even the French are noticing that the American press are screwed. I think it's fair to say that the American press are screwed and that they object up the system. The difference in their treatment of Barack Obama and Donald Trump is a perfectly obvious example of this. Okay. Meanwhile, a couple of things that are worthy of note with regard to President Trump's so regardless of what happens in the next few weeks, Trump is setting the stage for an enshrinement of American global foreign policy. That is very different from what he inherited. So President Trump apparently is going to enact a series of hard line policies going after communist China during the final weeks of his administration, according to Ryan's veteran daily wire. Part of from school is to quote make it politically untenable for the Biden administration to change course on policies as trying to act aggressively from India to Hong Kong to Taiwan, according to Axios, the National Security Council spokesperson John Elliott told actions quote unless Beijing reverses course and becomes a responsible player on the global stage, future U S presidents will find it politically suicidal to reverse President Trump's historic actions. Apparently, they plan to take additional actions against Chinese companies and government entities for a variety of human rights violations in matters involving U. S National security. This is all good news, and that's something that should happen. Trump has said. Before that. China is a global, a global opponent and treating them that way and enshrining that for the future is a good thing. Meanwhile, in the Middle East, apparently, news broke over the weekend that Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, known as Abu Mohammed al Masri, was actually shot by motorcycle riding Israeli assassins on the streets of Tehran. Three months ago, Iranian government covered it up. They suggested that he was just in sort of low level husband lock. I Killed by the Israelis, but it turns out he was the number two of Al Qaeda. Number two. It all kind of killed in Iran, which does give the lie to years of media coverage, suggesting that the Iranians would never support never support terrorist group like Al Qaeda, which is Sunni. It turns out that basically around will support whatever terrorist group targets the West. So he was killed about three months ago. And that was done at the behest of the Trump Administration, another victory for the Trump administration. Regardless what happens over the next two months? I think that it is worthwhile, noting that the Trump Administration on policy has been wildly successful, wildly wildly successful. In the media's attempt, she suggested they've been unsuccessful. Rest entirely. I'm covert policy that covert policy operation Warp speed, particularly has resulted in the development of covert vaccines. They were told for a long time that Corona virus vaccines were not a thing. We've never been able to develop, for example, vaccine against the common cold because it involves too fast Now we have not one but two covert vaccines that are gonna be rolled out in the coming months, both of which apparently are over 90% effective. So for all the talk about how Trump blew it on covert, right? This is their big talking point. Trump's Middle Eastern policy good his economic policy good. His policy of the graduate China Good. So then the media felt because because they never wanted to cover anything good about Trump. They fell back on the covert narrative. There's only one problem. There is no good solution to covet. The Biden team has no clue how to handle Coleman. They were saying they have a magical plan. What's magical plan will one of their people mock Michael Osterholm was on the advisory group, he said. Maybe a 4 to 6 week locked down. Other members of my group in like, No, That's a bad idea. So I told the Wanda who's a member of the Biden Advisory Committee. He says No, you know what? Actually, we don't need a nationwide shutdown. I'm getting the impression that may be, But I never had a plan. And all of this was just a lie promulgated by the media to suggest that Donald Trump was the reason for covert when in fact, he was not, and nobody has a good plan there was told Blondie acknowledging there really is no plan here. We are not in support of a nationwide lockdown and believe there is not a scenario unless there simply isn't a scenario because we can get this under control the critical parts or understand what we've learned since we did a nationwide lockdown in early April, and that is that you can have targeted measures building on mask wearing to include widespread testing. And include dialing up and down capacity restrictions, and those measures need to happen in a more localized basis. So again, there's no plan here, so some of them are suggesting lock down some of the most suggesting no lockdown. They keep saying they're following the science. The Democrats, they're not following the science, Andrew Cuomo, the governor of New York, He acknowledged that schools are not the problem in New York state, then sort of shutting them down anyway. Why? Well, who the hell knows you just because the incentives are shut things. Yes, you don't get blamed politically. When that seems spread in the schools, you see a very low percentage of positivity in the schools. So why close the schools and the schools aren't the problem. Why do that's a parents? They came up with an agreement about the conditions that would open the schools and what would close the schools. The agreement in New York City was just that if the infection rate in New York City when above 3% the school's closed That was the agreement. Okay, So amazingly, he's saying the science doesn't say school should close. But we had an agreement to school. If you're close to the school should close. These are the people who are saying they're following the science. These were the people who are saying the Trump Administration completely blew it. Despite the fact that Operation Warp speed is going to develop vaccines for a Corona virus for the first time, maybe in human history. Seriously. They're just on serious in our media are in serious. And as I've been saying all along, I've been saying this for weeks Now, if the election was rigged, it wasn't rigged. In all likelihood in terms of actual voting, it was rigged by the media in advance by lying to you repeatedly, repeatedly repeatedly. The same people who are telling you there is no plan on Cove it in the Democratic Party are out there partying. Gavin Newsom over the weekend, apparently acknowledged that he wants one multi family birthday dinner without any masks indoors. Saturday Editorial. The sacrament will be born accused Newsome of engaging in layers of bad judgment, pointing to the exorbitant cost of the meal hundreds of dollars per person if it was.
Pompeo arrives in Paris for first leg of seven-country tour
"Secretary of state Mike Pompeo has arrived in Paris for the start of a seven country tour of Europe and the Middle East. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports. The trip comes at a politically delicate time. The Elysee Palace says Pompeo is meeting with President Emmanuel Macron will be held in complete transparency with the team of President elect Biden, with whom France is already collaborating. Pompeo, President Trump and much of the Republican Party have not yet accepted the election loss. Before leaving Washington, America's top diplomat assured reporters there would be a smooth transition to a second Trump administration. Pompeo will also meet with his counterpart, French Foreign Minister Jean Yves literally own that They all noted that difficult subjects were on the table. The situation in Iraq and Iran Terrorism, the Middle East and China. Eleanor Beardsley NPR NEWS
Biden says he told foreign leaders "America is back"
"Biden tries to lay the groundwork for his incoming administration. Many high ranking Republicans continue supporting President Trump as he attempts to delay the peaceful transition of power. CBS news political correspondent Ed O'Keefe president elect Joe Biden and criticize President Trump's refusal to concede the election. I just think it's an embarrassment, but said he didn't need the president's cooperation not of much consequence in our plan. Mr Biden receive congratulatory calls from key allies like British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron. I'm letting you know that America is back. President elect Biden says he will likely announce his first Cabinet picks before Thanksgiving and we're learning more
Paris hospital director: Christmas should be cancelled due to COVID-19
"Paris Hospital director calls for Christmas gatherings to be canceled In France as the Koven cases rise. A Paris hospital director called to cancel Christmas and New Year's As Francis Corona virus cases continue to grow. Julian language. Or Langley. The hospital director and Anthony Hospital in the Paris region told RMC Radio that Christmas and New Year's Eve parties could cause cases to surge further. Langley said. That celebration's could end as quote giant intergenerational clusters that could be at the origins of a potential new third wave. Of the Corona virus pandemic, I would say without any hesitation, we ought to cancel Christmas. And Ah ST Sylvester. French president Emmanuel Macron said during a televised address on October 28th at the country entered a second lock down because France has been overpowered by his second wave lock down is expected to last until December. But could be extended or shortened depended on what data reflects in the
The world celebrates after Joe Biden wins the 2020 presidential election
"Leaders reacting that President elect Joe Biden's presidential victory, Fox's Cara McHugh has more congratulatory messages for the election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris continue to come in from around the globe. Many world leaders seeing this is an opportunity to strengthen democracy internationally, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel sent their best wishes. Asked it Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson. I look forward very much to working with President Biden on his team on a lot of crucial stuff for us in the in the weeks and months ahead. India's Prime minister Narendra Modi, also congratulated Harris on her election as the first black woman vice president Harris's late mother was from India.
Orthodox priest shot at church in France
"A Greek Orthodox priest has been shot and seriously injured when closing his church in France's second biggest city, Leon. The attacker fled the scene, but a suspect has since been arrested. Attacker's motive remains unclear. Two days ago, three people was stabbed to death at a Catholic church in Nice President Emmanuel Macron has deployed an extra 4000 soldiers to guard schools and churches.
New details emerge about suspect in terror attack in France
"France's second suspect is in custody in connection with that knife attack in a church in nice that left three people dead. 47 year old was believed to have been in contact with the attacker, who was shot and critically wounded by police. French President Emmanuel Macron has called this an Islamist terrorist attack, France remains at its highest terror alert level, and more soldiers have been deployed to protect schools and religious sites.
France on highest security alert after terror attack
"French president Emmanuel Macron is setting up to a 7000 troops to protect various sites, including churches and schools following yesterday's terror attack at a church in nice that left three dead. The suspect was shot by police and is now hospitalized. The country's security alert status is also now at the highest possible level.
Prosecutor: Attacker not on intelligence radar
"A young Tunisian man armed with a knife and carrying a copy of the Koran attacked worshipers in a French church and killed three yesterday prompting the government to raise it security alert to the maximum level hours before a nationwide corona virus lockdown be attack in the Mediterranean city of niece was the third in less than two months. The French authorities have attributed to Muslim extremists including the beheading of teacher who had shown caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in class after the images were republished by satirical newspaper targeted in two thousand, fifteen attack. Thursday's attack Oh was seriously wounded by police and hospitalized in a life threatening condition after the killings at the Notre Dom cap. The imposing edifice is located half a mile from the site where another attack plowed a truck into a crowd on France's National Day in twenty sixteen killing dozens. President Emmanuel, macron said he would immediately increase the number of soldiers deployed to protect schools and religious sites from around three thousand to seven thousand. Franz. He's anti-terrorism prosecutor said, the suspect is June born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, who reached the Italian island of land producer a key landing point for migrants crossing in boats from north. Africa. And travelled to Paris on October nine the prosecutor to set the attacker was not on the radar of intelligence agencies as a potential threat. Video cameras recorded the man answering answering the niece train station at six forty seven am where he changed his shoes and Tandy's coat inside out before heading for the church some four hundred meters away just before eight thirty, a m hit spent thirty minutes inside the church before police arrived virus side entrance, and after advancing down a corridor, they came face to face with the attacker whom they neutralized. An investigation was opened for murder and attempted murder in connection with a terrorist enterprise, a common term for such crimes.
France on high alert after suspected terror attack leaves three dead
"On high alert after what President Emmanuel Macron called a terror attack happened in the city of nice as a man armed with a knife shouting Allahu Akbar killed three people inside the city's largest church, among them the church warden on an elderly lady who he decapitated. The attacker is reported to have arrived in Europe from Tunisia on a migrant boats. Just last month, he was shot and wounded during his arrest. Fox is Benjamin home. Crone said France will deploy thousands more soldiers should protect important sites,
3 dead in 'terrorist' knife attack in French church, second beheading in two weeks
"With France following a deadly knife attack at a church in Nice. Three people were killed, French President Emmanuel Macron said. France is under attack. Correspondent Elaine Cobb has more from Paris, the local mayor said. The attacker yelled Allah wa Akbar! God is great during the attack. The police wounded the man as he fled the scene. He is in custody in the hospital. Counterintelligence agents have now taken charge off the investigation. The France anti terrorism prosecutor
Woman beheaded in knife attack at French church
"The French president Emmanuel Macron has denounced a knife attack that killed three people in a church in nice as Islamist terrorism. In a speech at the scene, he said Francois is under attack for its values but would never surrender to terror. Mr Macron will more than double the deployment of soldiers guarding public places to protect churches and schools. Bruno Banel is a member of Parliament for President Macron's on Marsh County. Speaking to the BBC, he said the government's response was a delicate balancing act. The problem is that violence is calling violence, so we have at the same time to be firm on our values. Because there is no way we cannot be respected as a French republic on the on our values and at the same time, make sure that it's not creating even more tension and an escalation ofthe violence which could end up We don't know where
Knife-Wielding Man Kills 3 in French City of Nice
"After a teacher was beheaded in France, another deadly attack. Fox's Simon Owen has this live. Lisa. French president Emmanuel Macron has just visited the scene of this morning's attack. A church in the city of Nice, he calls it is the most terror attack. And says he's deploying thousands more soldiers to God sites like places of worship and schools. French police say Three people have been killed. There are reports one of them was beheaded. The pope calls the killings Savage. They've bean tensions in France recently over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed Lisa thanks sum and also a backlash in Muslim countries, including diplomatic rebukes over the French president's defense of the slain teacher. You showed a cartoon is part of a free speech lesson. Perky, though, is condemning today's attack, saying it stands with the people of France against terror and violence. What was
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"So in your newsfeed today, you may read about this knife attack. That took place in Francis took place in nice, Tony Katz. 93 w IBC. Good morning. It's good to be with you. This actually plays into another story that has been really Under reported And it has to do with France working overtime. To deal with radicals on terrorists. About. Maybe it was three weeks ago. Maybe, was it that was in a month ago? No. Three weeks ago. There was a stabbing in France of a teacher. And the teacher had shown students, eh? Comic A cartoon drawing. Of Mohammed. And so one of the parents found the teacher and beheaded the teacher right there on the street. France went nuts. They had. They started gathering on the streets to protest. This is unacceptable for a country that has dealt with Riots continually the burning of cars on weekends off opposition toe workweeks. Opposition oil prices, opposition Tio jobless issues They have. They have certainly allowed in anyone and everyone, even when they shouldn't like people who are a problem, not Muslims, people who are a problem. There's a difference. But this killing of a teacher got the country to say yet we're done here. And so now. You are seeing an aggressive push. By President Emmanuel Macron. To deal with this 120 searches of individual homes. They have dissolved associations that are accused of spreading Islamic rhetoric. Islamist rhetoric. See what happens when you can't speak. Plans to target terrorist funding. They want to have new support for teachers, and there's pressure on social media companies to police content more visually, now I've got issues there. We'll get to that. This stabbing they are saying is a terrorist attack. But I'm gonna wait for a little more information. This all is happening. And you know time differences and everything else. I want to make sure I know what's going on. This was in the vicinity of a church, this latest one in Nisa local mayor describing it as a terrorist attack. No radicals on a terrorism do not go away. But it is very interesting that France is taking this miraculously hard line and it seems that the people have said we're done here. We're done with this crazy We don't want this life. It's over. I think it's more interesting that you're not seeing anybody in media in lease in the U. S. Cover this. Of course, they're covering the US election, but no one's covering this And t put more fine point on it. No one is calling them Islamophobes. Cause it's not Islamophobia. When you want to root out terrorism, no matter where those terrorists are. I've got more on that. When we talk about what happened in Michigan, that's coming up. I'm Tony Katz. Between people election we have coming up in November. 3rd general election is actually more important Foreign Election Time election Go talk with the Capitoline People are voting right now. There's a lot of electricity in the air knows. Are you ready? Yes. You're writing time is running out here. Your election informations. This weekend. Get the coals for 50% off for more less taken extra 20% off, Say big with 50% off police for her 50% off kids jumping bees and 50% off all home Must abs Plus. Get a little more for your wallet with goals. Cash plus Best of three store pick up Let me.
Erdogan calls on Turks to boycott French products
"Talks president recipe type Erdogan has called for a boycott on French goods as tensions between the two countries rise after President Emmanuel macron called for a French Islam. This follows the beheading of teacher in France after he showed his class caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad published by the Satirical magazine. Charlie. Ever. Let's cross to Istanbul to join the journalist I login Yuck. Leeann also on the line is Philip Malia professor of French and European politics at University College London. Island let's start with you. Why is Turkey so upset? Well the magazine this week published a cover that depicts a caricature of president are due on and suggesting that he's a bit hypocritical about his religious beliefs. He's drinking a can of beer and he's lifting. The skirt of an Islamic garb. So that is Let us set off a firestorm among our close circle They're accusing them accusing the magazine of insulting and have actually sued the magazine for libel. It is a crime in Turkey publishable a punishable by up to four years in prison to insult the president. So that has been the latest twist. In this in the spat, but they've also putting a ban on French goods. That's correct that stems from President Macron's a recent pledges to. Ensure. That Islam does not affect the French way of life and French values describe that as a relaunch of the Crusades an attempt to Spread like cancer the Islamic phobia that already exists in Europe according to Don So there, but the dispute doesn't just start there between Turkey and France on they are at odds over a number of issues including the war in Libya and including the search for hydrocarbons in the eastern Mediterranean as well as the conflict in Nagorno-karabakh. Absolutely, and we'll come back to those in a moment. I just want to bring Felipe here to talk about what my chronic said. I mean he's saying that he's been misquoted. Yes I think that that's what he says and to to be fair in this Ongoing Saga Domestic Saga in France that is around the shaggy bill cartoons the latest of course, the latest terrorist attacked a couple of weeks ago. This teacher who was beheaded in France by terrorists the the trial shall you do are all taking place as we speak, but there's a lot of things going on and to be fair my call has always been has has never been the hotline in this. In this debate about the cartoons is a bit more of a solo rather than. So in a sense, it's been unsound aim to be to be branded suddenly the most Islamophobic person in fraud I don't think used to be fair but the issues for sure it's been misquoted in a sense i. think he said, yes that they were issues with Islam. which probably was a rather undiplomatic way of putting things to wealth stage. I think he's presented essentially the new bill on socal separatism, which is quite controversial in France and probably. Is, yes implicitly targets in the Muslim population in France but it's true that if French I'll probably surprised how at ten suddenly the sued relationships and and how the sort of tension has related between the two countries of late. To. Be Fair that the two men have been at loggerheads for a long time so it seems on the train side. For advil hand, it's almost protects the those at the story of the call tunes because inside the being as your guests. Until you have just said, there's been real geopolitical issues and disputes between the two countries for one now. Yes. Well, I wonder how much of this also has to do with Turkey's domestic politics I mean we know that there's a huge economic crisis is this a diversionary tactic? It certainly helps distract people from the issues surrounding the economy and our one has been accused of using any number of foreign problems to distract his voters This in particular might resonate because the fact that it's religion and this is something that people hold. So close to their hearts on think that people are filing necessarily know every twist and turn. Of the issue. But when they hear of Charlie Hebdo, the satirical magazine, they might recall the images of the Prophet that the magazine published previously and that. Sir. Association. So when are two one talks about insulting Islam that's what comes to mind. Not The fact that published an image of political leader on the cover and so if bob he does have an impact. You know anything to get people's minds off of the fact that the jobless rate is soaring. The currency in Turkey has lost about forty percent of value this year against the dollar There's real economic pain here. So the certainly can help can help change the debate now.
France and Germany Lock Down as Second Coronavirus Wave Grows
"Economies have announced lockdowns in response to the spiraling Corona virus case Numbers France and Germany about to begin for weak lockdowns. Chancellor Angela Merkel says German restaurants, bars and clubs will also be closed in order to avoid a national health emergency. French President Emmanuel Macron warns that the second wave of the virus Could He says, Be deadlier than the 1st
France, Germany impose new lockdowns to curb virus spread
"New nationwide lockdowns there as Europe enters a deadly new phase of the Corona virus pandemic Germany's federal and state governments agreeing today to 11 month shutdown of restaurants, bars, fitness studios, concert halls and theaters starting November 2nd hotels in Germany of barred from hosting tourists into the end of November. And on a national television address, French President Emmanuel Macron said Francis Lock down will begin Friday and last at least one month. During that period. It says people in France we required to remain inside their homes while restaurants, bars and not essential shops will close. Cynical county, just
French economy braces for second lockdown
"To clamp down Is covert 19 returns with a vengeance a possible shutdown coming for friends. French President Emmanuel Macron is to address the nation tonight amid reports he's being considering a new nationwide look down. With Corona virus case numbers rising sharply, France says more than half of its icy you beds are now occupied by covert patients. French news outlets say any new lock down, maybe less severe than one imposed in the spring. Some doctors they're shut down is essential. Business owners are pushing for a compromise in London.
France reacts after Erdogan questions Macron's mental health
"The president of Turkey. President Erdogan has decided to chime in today. He earlier on earlier today, he said, Ah, I'm sorry. France earlier today re called It's Ambassador to Turkey for consultations. That doesn't mean they're shutting down the embassy. They that's what you do You bring them back to Paris for consultations after unacceptable comments by Turkish President Erdogan questioning the mental health of French president Emmanuel Macron because of his attitude towards Muslims. Earlier this month. Mr Macron pledged to fight Islamist separatism, which he said was threatening to take control and some Muslim communities around France, drawing a sharp rebuke from the Turkish leader. This is, by the way, there's a lot of myths about the so called no go zones in London. There are flat out no go zones in Paris. You know, the French are on their fifth generation. Of from from the high tide of their empire of Muslim immigration. From Tunisia, Algeria. Send ago Morocco, etcetera, Syria, Lebanon. And they never really assimilated the the mainland. Metropolitan French didn't want them to assimilate. Nor did they want to assimilate just that The French didn't convert them to Christianity at the sword they just tolerated. Muslim immigrants from their empire because that was what the French the French attitude about their empire was. Well. Unlike the British Empire, you you can move freely all about our empire. Oh, it's all France now. And that's why France fought to the last Legionnaire where her for Algeria before Algerian independence. Independence. But anyway there are neighborhoods in the north east of Paris. The 18th arrondissement where French is not spoken. Never mind. You know English should visit. It's Tunisian, Arabic, Algerian Arabic, and that's sort of a point of pride. And you know the reason being that when when these kids graduate if they don't go for a government job They feel a freeze out. You know they're supposed to be on their 4th and 5th generation. They're supposed to be fully assimilated French citizens with the equality, liberty and fraternity. With all other a Frenchman. But the reality is if you leave the dense urban areas of Paris Orly on to Lord to lose here out in the country and France and you're being discriminated and no matter what the French say they haven't assimilated. They're Muslims. And there are laws. There are school dress codes that would be flat out unconstitutional in the United
6 Russian Intelligence Officers Charged In High-Profile Cyberattacks
"Officers are facing federal charges in connection with a series of high profile and destructive cyberattacks. The charges, detail hacks targeting the 2017 French elections and the 2018 Winter Olympics, among others. NPR Justice correspondent Ryan Lucas is here to tell us more. Hi, Ryan first. What do we know about the defendants and what they've been charged with? The Justice Department says that these six defendants are all current or former officers with Russia's military intelligence agency. That's the GR EW. It's the same agency that was behind the hacks in the 2016 U. S election. Now there's no allegation in this indictment of any hacking tied to the 2020 vote, the one in the inn Ah, a couple of weeks. The defendants in this instance face seven counts in all those include hacking, conspiracy, wire fraud, computer fraud and identity theft. And this is for a really stunning string of cyber attacks over the past five years, U. S officials say this is the single most destructive and destructive Siri's of cyber attacks that have ever been attributed to just one group. What were those attacks Tell us about them? Well, it's a long list. It includes hacks in 2015 and 2016 that targeted Ah, Ukraine's power grid. Those knocked more than 200,000 customers offline at one point or as one U. S official said Today, it turned out the lights and turned off the heat in the middle of an eastern European winter. There's also a devastating attack known is not Pecchia that began in Ukraine and spread across the globe that crippled companies and industries and hospitals. It cause billions of dollars in damages, including here in the U. S. There are hacks targeting the investigations by British and international authorities into the use of a Russian nerve agent to poison a former Russian spy in the UK. That was the episode involving the Spice Sergei Scribble and a few others write. Each of these incidents has been widely reported on their own. It's interesting to see all of these people tied together with all of them exactly right, And there's actually even Maurine the indictment their cyber attacks that targeted the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. And then there's the hack and leak operation against the 2017 French elections that targeted the political party of France is now president Emmanuel Macron. So it is really quite a list any insight into why the
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on KQED Radio
"French president Emmanuel macron is taking a big gamble he's trying to get the trump administration to start talking with Iran and president trump sounded open to the idea of meeting and remarks today at the group of seven summit and here's Michele Kelemen reports president macro says he kept trump in the loop over the weekend when he decided to meet with Iran's foreign minister during the G. seven summit I decided to invite friends ministers are if so I informed before making it I informed president trump but it was my idea he says he didn't expect trump to meet foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif since the two are not at the same level still micro is sounding hopeful that there could be a meeting in the coming weeks between president trump and Iranian president Hassan Rouhani here's macro speaking through an interpreter about that in some good yes officials mall six some of them because you know all I need I think there's been a true change this morning president Rohani showed himself to be open to this meeting happening and president trump has been saying for weeks that he's being demanding has been tough is put forward sanctions but I'm ready to have a meeting to make a deal France is trying to salvage the nuclear deal with Iran the one the trump administration left and for that macro needs the U. S. to ease up on its oil sanctions trumps advisors are pursuing what they call a maximum pressure campaign against Iran though trump appears open to negotiations and today even talked about the possibility of a short term line of credit for Iran's economy I think that Iran is a country of tremendous potential we're not looking for leadership change when that looking for that kind of change this country's been through that many times before that doesn't work and unlike his secretary of state Mike Pompeii who's laid out twelve demands for Ron to behave like a quote normal country trump is zeroing in on a few goals to fix the nuclear deal we're looking for no nuclear weapons no ballistic missiles at a longer period of time very simple we can have it done in a very short period of time and I really believe that the rain can be a great nation I'd like to see that happen but they can have nuclear weapons president trump says he has good feelings about Iran a former Obama administration official rob Malley those says this White House is sending mixed signals with a president who says he doesn't want to war and every reason to believe he doesn't who says he wants to deal and there's every reason to believe that he does and yet whose policies conceived of and implemented by his national security team are pulling the United States in precisely the opposite direction Malley who now heads the international crisis group says there are many flash points in the Middle East which could scuttle a potential summit including Israel's recent attacks on Iranian backed militias in the region a former French ambassador to the U. S. your rod arose says macro is nervous about the rising tensions and that's why he's taking this diplomatic gamble mark on the trail or call for say Europe Michael but the stakes are very high and I see that it's necessary to five presidents trump and raw honey are both expected to attend the UN General Assembly the third week in September any summit between them would normally require a lot of diplomatic preparation and as a rope points out trump's aides have been leery about talks with Iran that's why he says macro is speaking directly to president trump Michele Kelemen NPR news the state department you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news hello I'm Jane wells host of world affairs while ISIS no longer holds territory its capacity to recruit is undiminished next on world affairs robin Wright writer for The New Yorker and Ali su fun former FBI.
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on KCRW
"French president Emmanuel macron is taking a big gamble he's trying to get the trump administration to start talking with Iran and president trump sounded open to the idea of meeting and remarks today at the group of seven summit and here's Michele Kelemen reports president macro says he kept trump in the loop over the weekend when he decided to meet with Iran's foreign minister during the G. seven summit I decided to invites as friends ministers are if so I informed before making it I informed president trump that it was my idea he says he didn't expect trump to meet foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif since the two are not at the same level still micro is sounding hopeful that there could be a meeting in the coming weeks between president trump and Iranian president Hassan Rouhani here's macro speaking through an interpreter about that in some good yes officials mall six some of them because you know a neat I think there's been a true chance of this morning president Rohani showed himself to be open to this meeting happening and president trump has been saying for weeks that he's being demanding his being tough is put forward sanctions but I'm ready to have a meeting to make a deal France is trying to salvage the nuclear deal with Iran the one the trump administration left and for that macro needs the U. S. to ease up on its oil sanctions trumps advisors are pursuing what they call a maximum pressure campaign against Iran though trump appears open to negotiations and today even talked about the possibility of a short term line of credit for Iran's economy I think that Iran is a country of tremendous potential we're not looking for leadership change when that looking for that kind of change this country's been through that many times before that doesn't work and unlike his secretary of state Mike Pompeii who's laid out twelve demands for Ron to behave like a quote normal country trump is zeroing in on a few goals to fix the nuclear deal we're looking for no nuclear weapons no ballistic missiles at a longer period of time very simple we can have it done in a very short period of time and I really believe that the rain can be a great nation I'd like to see that happen but they can't have nuclear weapons president trump says he has good feelings about Iran a former Obama administration official rob Malley those says this White House is sending mixed signals with a president who says he doesn't want to war and is every reason to believe he doesn't who says he wants to deal and there's every reason to believe that he does and yet whose policies conceived of and implemented by his national security team are pulling the United States in precisely the opposite direction Malley who now heads the international crisis group says there are many flash points in the Middle East which could scuttle a potential summit including Israel's recent attacks on Iranian backed militias in the region a former French ambassador to the U. S. your art are rose says macro is nervous about the rising tensions and that's why he's taking this diplomatic gamble mark on the trail or call for Shelley are up Michael but the stakes are very high and I see that it's necessary to five presidents trump and raw honey are both expected to attend the U. N. General Assembly the third week in September any summit between them would normally require a lot of diplomatic preparation and as a rope points out trump's aides have been leery about talks with Iran that's why he says macro is speaking directly to president trump Michele Kelemen NPR news the state department you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news support comes from the Geffen Playhouse presenting skin tight with Tony Award winner at Tiananmen cell taking a break from her California life a woman retreats to her iconic father swanky New York town house only to discover that his current live in boyfriend he's the same age as her own son it's.
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"French president Emmanuel macron is taking a big gamble he's trying to get the trump administration to start talking with Iran and president trump sounded open to the idea of meeting and remarks today at the group of seven summit and here's Michele Kelemen reports president macro says he kept trump in the loop over the weekend when he decided to meet with Iran's foreign minister during the G. seven summit I decided to invite friends ministers are if so I informed before making it I informed president trump that it was my idea he says he didn't expect trump to meet foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif since the two are not at the same level still micro is sounding hopeful that there could be a meeting in the coming weeks between president trump and Iranian president Hassan Rouhani here's macro speaking through an interpreter about that in some good yes officials mall six some of them because you know all I need I think there's been a true chance of this morning president Rohani showed himself to be open to this meeting happening and president trump has been saying for weeks that he's being demanding his being tough is put forward sanctions but I'm ready to have a meeting to make a deal France is trying to salvage the nuclear deal with Iran the one the trump administration left and for that macro needs the U. S. to ease up on its oil sanctions trumps advisors are pursuing what they call a maximum pressure campaign against Iran though trump appears open to negotiations and today even talked about the possibility of a short term line of credit for Iran's economy I think that Iran is a country of tremendous potential we're not looking for leadership change when that looking for that kind of change this country's been through that many times before that doesn't work and unlike his secretary of state Mike Pompeii who's laid out twelve demands for Ron to behave like a quote normal country trump is zeroing in on a few goals to fix the nuclear deal we're looking for no nuclear weapons no ballistic missiles at a longer period of time very simple we can have it done in a very short period of time and I really believe that the rain can be a great nation I'd like to see that happen but they can't have nuclear weapons president trump says he has good feelings about Iran a former Obama administration official rob Malley those says this White House is sending mixed signals with a president who says he doesn't want to war and is every reason to believe he doesn't who says he wants to deal and there's every reason to believe that he does and yet whose policies conceived of and implemented by his national security team are pulling the United States in precisely the opposite direction Malley who now heads the international crisis group says there are many flash points in the Middle East which could scuttle a potential summit including Israel's recent attacks on Iranian backed militias in the region a former French ambassador to the U. S. your art arose says macro is nervous about the rising tensions and that's why he's taking this diplomatic gamble mark on the trail or call for say Europe Michael but the stakes are very high and I see that it's necessary to try presidents trump and raw honey are both expected to attend the U. N. General Assembly the third week in September any summit between them would normally require a lot of diplomatic preparation and as a row points out trump's aides have been leery about talks with Iran that's why he says macro is speaking directly to president trump Michele Kelemen NPR.
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"French president Emmanuel Macron says that Notre Dame will be rebuilt in a very aggressive timeline. They're saying five years, it will be back to full glory. U N secretary General Antonio Gutierrez calling for an independent investigation into the attacks onto oil tankers after President Trump has publicly blamed Iran, the president's making clear Washington blames Tehran. But even as a ficials here at the Pentagon, consider boosting defenses in the region. The president's hoping aggressive, US diplomacy will force Iran to the negotiating table. The administration seems caught between pressure to reassure Gulf allies by punishing Iran, and avoiding getting closer to war, acting defense. Chief Patrick Shanahan says the now is to rally, the world to condemn Iran to build international consensus to this international problem. Saga megani at the Pentagon now the Iranian say they were not involved, the US military, though, has released video saying it shows Ron's revolutionary guard removing and unexploded mind from one of the oil, tankers wins news time, ten thirty six normally around on the golf course you yell four when an out of control golf ball goes off track. I'm not really sure what you yell at. It's in out of control golf carts, a golf cart used by vendor was loaded with boxes and parked momentarily at the US open championship at California's Pebble Beach when one of the boxes fell off the front seat onto the accelerator. Forward. Control vendor along with. Were injured and the vendor got a chance to just California. Highway patrol says to injured were sent to the hospital all are expected to recover no players hurt. That is correspondent.
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And more victims in Sri Lanka Jiang, Netzler. Fox news. The State Department condemning this morning's terror attacks, targeting tourists and Christians in the island nation of Sri Lanka, thirteen people. Now in custody in connection with eight coordinated bombings at Catholic churches and popular hotels. The majority of the attacks in Sri Lanka's capital city of Colombo at least two hundred seven people are dead, including several Americans another four hundred fifty injured. Police injury Longa warned about possible suicide bombing several days ago after receiving a tip from the intelligence service of an undisclosed foreign country, a nationwide curfew now in fact on Twitter, President Trump expressing his condolences to the people of Sri Lanka. Also offering any help that's needed. French president Emmanuel Macron focused on the fire at the cathedral of Notre Dom had this message, we are deeply saddened by the terrorist attacks against churches and hotels injury. We firmly condemn these odious acts we stand by the people of Sri Lanka and our thoughts. Go out to the loved ones of the victims on this Easter Sunday just a few moments ago. The most recognizable symbol here in the city of lights. The Eiffel tower went dark that is in tribute to the victims of attacks. Fox's Molly line in Paris. President Trump now back at the White House after spending the weekend at his more log resort in Florida. He is also back on Twitter. His latest tweet the president asking how do you impeach president for a crime committed by the Democrats? Could that happen foresee that possibly coming congressman Elijah Cummings on CBS his face the nation? The chair of the house oversight committee says the Muller.
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Her mcdade where the weeds split spring crew was now we gotta go to four twenty two east near royer sport not seeing a delay at the moment however we had an accident there was blocking the right lane so just use caution as you go by we have heavy traffic westbound on four twenty two between sanatogen arm and hammer that's because of a construction crew out there and jeffersonville we've got main or egypt closed at main both ways you wanna stay away from this they're still trying to clean up from an accident and then center square to two at seventythree watch out for a crash there to ninety five north and southbound it's really not terrible at the moment i'm northbound right before the platte bridge looks like we had a crew that was out there doing some inspection downside of the platte bridge into south billy whatever that disabled vehicle was apparently gone now not seeing any huge problems in new jersey at the moment the delaware memorial bridge heading into new jersey though that is really really slow pretty much all the way across to construction mass transit no problems next update less than ten minutes i'm stevie reason the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center this is reporter's roundup i them know that i was extremely unhappy ways what was happening than they have substantially up their commitment president trump in brussels before departing for london he kept a two day visited nato headquarters by claiming us allies will increase their defense spending bob constantini traveling with the president he joins us bob trump's announcement smacked breakthrough in nato funding so was that really the case well basically steve what it amounted to was the president declaring victory over the other nato nations who've been reluctant to spend as much as two percent gdp for their defense spending the common defense however president emmanuel macron slants is kind of downplaying the president's triumphant words in that news conference he had in brussels this morning same tomato nations merely agreed again to commit to two percent of gdp for their defense spending levels but the president felt in claims that his pressure was a deciding factor meantime the president spending some time in the uk are understand he will avoid central london yeah there's as many as fifty thousand people expected to protest the president's first official visit here including his first time in london with daily will be eventually meeting with prime minister theresa may tomorrow as well as the queen and the first lady will have a tea or something like that with the queen covering so many miles where the president correspondent bob costantini with us from london thank you bob take your thanks did the victim ignore lifesaving advice more is being learned about a tragedy that followed an overnight auto accidents that closed the westbound pennsylvania turnpike at morgantown covering this story and joining us on reporter's roundup kyw's mike and ardo mic please walk us through this now steve it all started about two thirty this morning in the westbound lanes of the pennsylvania turnpike west of morgantown when hyundai sonata with three people inside overturned and they got out of.
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"July thirty four minutes past the hour we continue our coverage of president trump's trip to europe he's wrapping up two days of nato meetings earlier this morning president trump addressed the media want to bring you the latest from french president emmanuel macron he is denying reports that trump threatened to withdraw from the withdraw the us from the nato military alliance in a dispute over funding saying quote president trump never at any moment either in public or private threatened to withdraw from nato now he said the leaders of the alliance has twenty nine members met in an extraordinary session thursday morning at the request of nato secretary general john stoltenberg president trump has complained that many nato members are lagging behind in their defense spending but he did say that they have agreed to step in it up president trump here's what mccrone said he's denying that president trump's claim that nato allies have agreed to boost defense spending beyond two percent of the gdp saying quote there's a communique that was published yesterday it's very detailed the adding quote it confirms the goal of two percent by twenty twenty four that is all president trump saying he believes in nato this morning during his news conference and that he believes he could pull out of nato without congressional approval but it's not necessary of course president trump kick things off with that breakfast with nato's secretary general jens stoltenberg in which he criticized germany for striking that energy deal with russia germany expects us to protect them but then they go on strike a deal with russia florida senator marco rubio though he says president trump is correct to be concerned about that energy deal while we wish they didn't i bet you the germans probably due to there's a couple of things here first of all nato still a good idea it has to be modernized and has a new purpose and a new meaning in the twenty first century but i continue to believe in support nato this notion that our partners in nato or not contributing enough it's not new in fact if you go to history you'll find that in the midst of the cold war president after president and administration after administration had the same complaint so that's not a new complaint and there's a big difference between saying i don't think that our partners are doing enough which is valid and then saying you know what some are claiming the president saying which is i think we should get rid of nato i haven't heard him say that he's certainly question the arrangement and but question whether they're doing enough i think that's a valid question because other administrations have done the same and on the issue of energy i go back to started with yes we wish germany wasn't as dependent on russia it's choice in the decision they made and maybe there's a chance to revisit that given your experience in a committee that you sit on how would you characterize the threat from russia today well russia poses two threats the first is obviously a territorial threat to its near abroad the countries that surrounded putin would love to see that the western alliance that europe and nato alliance fall apart and one of the things you can do to challenge that is to try to make moves i on the country's in its periphery like he did with ukraine and crimea and what he did against georgia back about ten years ago and then throw that nato can't do anything about it and so that's one threat the others asymmetrical they don't have the economic power for example of china but what they can do is they can use symmetrical unconventional means whether it's cyber warfare influence warfare in the like the interfere and the third is geopolitical they have figured out putin has figured out how he can get involved for example and places like syria began irritant to or a competitor the united states without a significant investment of personnel or funds or great threat so i would say that they're not the threat china is but they already significant irritant global fair and one that we should be very clear eyed about rubio making those comments to fox news president trump now heads to the uk where he will have tea with the queen of england and then he will talk to the british prime minister after that it's off to russia to meet with russian president vladimir putin the new acting head of the.
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Thirty four minutes past the hour we continue our coverage of president trump's trip to europe he's wrapping up two days of nato meetings earlier this morning president trump addressed the media want to bring you the latest from french president emmanuel macron he has denying reports that trump threatened to withdraw from the withdraw the us from the nato military alliance in a dispute over funding saying quote president trump never at any moment either in public or private threatened to withdraw from nato now he said the leaders of the alliance has twenty nine members met in an extraordinary session thursday morning at the request of nato secretary general john stoltenberg president trump has complained that many nato members are lagging behind in their defense spending but he did say that they have agreed to step it up president trump here's what mccrone said he's denying that president trump's claim that nato allies have agreed to boost defense spending beyond two percents of the gdp saying quote there's a communicate that was published yesterday it's very detailed the adding quote it confirms the goal of two percent by twenty twenty four that is all president trump is saying he believes in nato this morning during his news conference and that he believes he could pull out of nato without congressional approval but it's not necessary of course president trump kick things off at that breakfast with nato's secretary general jens stoltenberg in which he criticized germany for striking.
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You can't really see in the meetings the divisions they did try to kind of put a happy face on everything they said that they would big knowledge that they were divided on trade issues but in public they presented this kind of positive assessment of their ability to work through these differences here's president trump in his meeting with macron for many years with the european union and we're working it out and emanuel has been very helpful in that regard and something's going to happen i think very positive trump and other leaders did not explain exactly how they would be able to find solutions to these disputes of the white house did release statements after the meetings that he had with with french president emmanuel macron and after his meeting with canadian prime minister justin trudeau saying that they weren't real went really well and that they were productive they even said that they were close to a deal on nafta with canada i'm what didn't really say how that would work there was this contentious issue of russia being added back to the g seven which president trump brought up before he left for the summit of course that would make it the eight and other other countries haven't been supportive of allowing russia back in these g meetings seven mate whatever usually end up with joint agreement some kind of stirring statement of platitudes and and shined with photogenic enthusiasm by ever world leader there you see see that happening here well is is not clear and it could be really difficult usually they do try to reach some type of a statement or something on cooperation but it seems like this time the differences are so wide that it may be hard to do that if they do reach some type of agreement things to look for would be.
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"In with a with a with a real strong argument going to sway trump pretty much on on his plan to impose these tariffs speaking with alex wayne are white house team leader for bloomberg as we await french president emmanuel macron speaking for the joint houses of congress has macron taken over as the point person for us foreign policy in europe overshadowing both the berlin and london he is much closer to the president then either theresa may or so yeah i think he is i think that those two leaders of the uk and germany defer to macron a little bit and their dealings with trump because get him away they don't to be to be proclaimed us i think part of that is the fact that they're women i think that trump trump has had problems body with them macaroni easier yeah and just finally alex macro speaking with russian president vladimir putin to discuss syria and other matters is it possible that my crock can be a go between the president and the russian president in this context i don't know what macron's relationship is like with with tuten trump of course is trying to maintain a personal relationship with putin telling us we don't believe they've spoken since march twentieth but i don't know that i don't know that trump feels like you need to go between with putin i think trump feels like he can get right all right well thanks very much for being on the phone with us alex wayne are white house team leader for bloomberg as we await emmanuel macron scheduled to speak before the joint houses of congress we've of course bring that to you live right here on bloomberg radio now on a bring in uninsured of austin our senior semiconductor hardware analysts for bloomberg intelligence on on you are i don't even want to think that you're a stand in for the president of france because you're not equal weights for a equal ability in different areas texas instruments in.
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"The french president emmanuel macron he's here in washington right now is making the case directly to president trump during his state visit to stay in the iran deal what are your fears if the us word of withdraw well actually what i fear that the us would draw the iran would actually stay within the and our e partners and the other countries that sign onto the deal would basically comply with iran would actually isolate us in terms of keeping iran in check we would find ourselves trying to be sickly work outside of our world partners in terms of sanctions in terms of militant matic actions alone and i think that's on the situation when a find ourselves in the middle east we are stronger when we fight our enemies or at least a work together against or four common goal if we exit this deal we will find ourselves essentially i alone trying to keep an pen in iran and i think that's gonna give us a very we put in a very weak position and we're looking at live pictures over there at the white house the president and the first lady getting ready to welcome president mccown and his wife bridget corn there arriving at the white house then they'll be helicoptering to mount vernon for dinner congressman thanks as usual for joining us thank you for having well there's more breaking news we're following president trump's pick for secretary of state facing a critical vote this hour we'll also make history as trump also possibly preparing to take very tough line with kim john thune when they meet how will the north korean tick tater respond.
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"President emmanuel macron tonight in his first television appearance since the air strikes in syria is expected to discuss the attack meanwhile in new york us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley says more economic sanctions are going to be put on russia for its support of syrian president bashar alassad apparent use of chemical weapons this as abc's james longman reports from beirut that the fight on the ground in syria now is about trying to determine the truth about what actually happened this morning we know that the inspectors are in syria they hope to get to the area that the suspected chemical attack happened but the russians have repeated that claim that this whole thing was faked by british intelligence pretty wild claim and they've blocked an investigation into exactly what happened the w just gathers evidence they don't attribute blame that's something that the un would have to do and the russians have already blocked so we're probably back to where we were before president trump today also sounding off about last week's fbi raid on the offices of his personal attorney michael cohen the president tweeting this morning that the rate has resulted in all lawyers being quote deflated and concerned said the president i have many too many lawyers and they are probably wondering when their offices or even homes are going to be rated with everything including their phones and computers taken cohen's lawyers friday were in federal court asking that they and not the department of justice get first crack at reviewing.
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Inch president emmanuel macron to attend a military parade on friday bastille day france's national day it's also a hundred years since the us entered world war one but before the parade talks the leaders expects to focus on syria and counterterrorism blogs who simon owen embarrass him an interview with the reuters news service the president says he doesn't fall through the eldest son for taking a meeting with the russian lawyer whom an acquaintance had suggested had damaging information about hillary clinton president saying he was unaware of the meeting until a few days ago but he says he thinks anyone would have taken the meeting a latest version of the health care bill to be revealed today revised bill was expected to provide additional funding in the east medicaid rollbacks and make other changes the win over broader support but the margin of error for republicans is narrow with all democrats set against the measure gop leader mitch mcconnell can afford no more than two novotes already his fellow kentucky republican rand paul is signal opposition boxes jared halpern and if it doesn't fast has to get past they have to do it they have to get together and get it done what lap of they don't well at anyone talk about it because i think would be very bad i will be very angry about it and a lot of people the very upset the president speaking with pat roberts said of the christian broadcasting networks 700 club several buildings on the campus of ucla la have been evacuated over a bomb threat police were searching the building the school says all of the students have been evacuated to a sports stadium and they are all safe other students have been told to remain indoors while police continue their search for a reported bomb threats on the campus of ucla fox news.
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on WCPT 820
"President emmanuel macron's new centrist party is clearly leading in the first round of parliamentary elections held today it's crucial to his plans to change france farright leader marine le pen says she's now pending her hopes zahn several constituencies in next sunday's second round of voting in london prime minister theresa may is holding on to power but just barely she is reassembling her cabinet this weekend after taking a thumping in last week's parliamentary elections and there's talk president trump will not visit britain next month as planned white house aides say he may hold off until next year nic robertson is lunch london on the reason why there's been a contentious issue for the get go from flurries may visit with president donald trump any other here she was criticized british media for the handholding moves a travel ban one point eight million people in britain signed a petition saying that the queen to have to meet president trump actor jennifer lawrence safe after engines failed on a private plane emergency landing i'm michael toscano it's the twelve percent solution republican senator lindsey graham telling cbs's face the nation the house passed healthcare bill is not moving in the senate we need to bring this to an end the house a bill is dead in the senate uh the a ten percent of support by the american people for the house fill the house of numbers are mad at us for not taking enough healthcare we'll send us a bill that get twelve percent or support senate democratic leader chuck schumer is not happy republican leader mitch mcconnell has been dropping a health bill behind closed doors with only republicans to do this in private without hearings without amendments it would be one of the most outrage his examples of legislative mill practies in decades schumer also on face the nation mcconnell says he may put a bill on the floor for a vote by july fourth church bells will toll throughout the orlando area very light and a late tonight as residents reflect on the forty nine patrons killed one year ago at the nightclub pulse i'm michael toscano you're listening to chicago's only independent progressive talk station the twenty am wctt below springsteen ninety two point five wctt fm dekalb chicago's but resumed on today.
"president emmanuel macron" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Monuments in landmark around the world have been lit in green in support of the international accord correspondent ben tracy in china has more on the world's reaction china is the biggest polluter on the planet but now it state owned tabloid is calling the us withdrawal reckless and said america's selfishness and irresponsibility would hurt its global standing reaction from around the world was swift wasn't nick on german chancellor angela merkel called it extremely regrettable canadian prime minister justin trudeau called it disheartening and the vatican went further saying mr trump's decision was a disaster for everyone paris bay did city hall in green lights in french president emmanuel macron may force is megyn in english it is natural mistake both for us and fall planet after meeting with president trump last week in europe fell krahn use the president's own words against him we all share the same responsibility make i'll planet's great the game germany france and italy issued a rare joint statement calling the paris accord irreversible and stating it cannot be renegotiated that was a blunt rejection of president trump's assertion that he will eventually negotiate a better deal on climate the president is fundamentally shifting alliances around the world the chinese premier visited germany in brussels this week to forge a closer relationship with europe you china plans to spend more than three hundred sixty billion dollars on renewable energy by 2020 which it says will create at least thirteen million new jobs ben tracy reported from beijing president trump did sign a waiver that keeps the us embassy in israel in tel aviv for now despite campaign promises that mr trump would move it to jerusalem the president said it could have a negative impact on efforts to promote peace between israelis and palestinians that the white house insists the president is in in abandoning his pledge staying overseas antigovernment protestors clashed with police in afghanistan's capital kabul friday or protesters killed public anger has boiled over in response to an explosivesladen sewage tanker that militants detonated the city's diplomatic quarter her on wednesday it killed ninety people and wounded hundreds of others it was the deadliest attack in kabul since two thousand one human rights activists are much prefer or losing hope every one dying you've got into power per or in horrible miller under school oscar more greater no in the philippines in are dead at a resort in manila after a gunman stormed the casino leading.