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Russian Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny Discharged From Berlin Hospital
"Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been discharged from the hospital in Berlin, where he was being treated for poisoning. The valley spent 32 days in treatment in Berlin's Sherry Tae hospital. 24 of which were in intensive care before doctors deemed his condition had improved sufficiently for him to be discharged from acute inpatient care, medics say. Based on the Valentine's progress so far, they believe that complete recovery is possible. It adds that it remains too early to gauge the potential long term effects of his severe poisoning. Navalny, the most visible opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin, was flown to Germany two days after falling ill on August 20 on a domestic flight in Russia. I'm Charles Duluth, asthma.
Alexei Navalny released from German hospital after 32 days
"Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been discharged from the hospital treating him in Berlin the only spent thirty two days in treatment in Berlin's sherry teh hospital twenty four of which were in intensive care before doctors deemed his condition had improved sufficiently for him to be discharged from an acute in patient care medics say based on the values progress so far they believe that complete recovery is possible but adds that it remains too early to gauge the potential long term effects of these severe poisoning with only the most visible opponent of Russian president Vladimir Putin was flown to Germany two days after falling ill on August twenty on a domestic flight in Russia I'm Charles the look as much
CIA assessed Putin likely directing Russian effort to discredit Biden, say officials
"Officials reportedly believe Russian President Vladimir Putin is likely directing an operation to intervene in the upcoming US election. The Washington Post reports. The CIA assessed that Putin and other top Russian officials are behind efforts to disparage Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Your efforts are also meant to so public discord ahead of the November election, Intelligence officers made a similar determination about Putin's direct involvement and plans to disrupt the 2016 election. The
UN diplomacy goes impersonal, but what’s lost along the way?
"The U. N.'s first virtual meeting of world leaders lines up pre recorded speeches with some of the planet's biggest powers kept at home by the corona virus pandemic that will likely be a dominant theme after the video gathering among those expected to speak on president Donald Trump I'm instills Chaya Bolsonaro whose countries have reported the highest and second highest coronavirus death tolls respectively also on deck our president xi jin ping of China where the virus originated I'm president Vladimir Putin of Russia which is raised international eyebrows with its rapid vaccine development this year the platform is online and there's a pressing new priorities in the pandemic that has killed over nine hundred sixty thousand people worldwide I'm Charles in the past month
Sanctioned Putin associate ‘laundered millions’ through Barclays
"Banks helped money laundries and Russians subject to international sanctions. The Secret files show that the bank HSBC allowed fraudsters to move millions of dollars despite being warned it was a scam and ally of the Russian President Vladimir Putin. Sanctioned by the U. S and U used Barclays in London to buy fine art Fergus Shell is from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is unprecedented and remarkable leak that tells us as never before what the banks know about suspicious money movements. It connects with virtually every country on the planet, and it connects with some of the worst financial scandals ever in history and some of the worst criminal and terrorist Activity on the planet. HSBC has said it's overhauled its ability to combat financial crimes and barflies. Excuse me, Barclays highlighted it's cooperation with the authorities. Two Republican senators have said the
Novichok-tinged bottle found in Navalny's room: colleagues
"Opposition leader Alexei Navalny says a bottle of water with a trace of Nova Chuck nerve agent was found in his hotel room after his poisoning. Here's correspondent Charlie Dagon fell violently violently ill ill on on a a flight flight from from Siberia Siberia last last month. month. It It was was later later airlifted airlifted to to Berlin Berlin for for treatment. treatment. It It was was originally originally thought thought and and overcharge overcharge had had been been slipped slipped into into his his T T of of the the airport airport before the flight. Never a likely scenario, says chemical weapons expert Hamish de Bretton Gordon putting on the bubble with ensure but about the poison himself because it is that dangerous. Absolutely a single molecule of nine shot should be enough to kill somebody. Theocratic. Lynn has denied any involvement in the poisoning of President Vladimir Putin's fiercest opponents. The same chemical agent was also used in the March 2018 attack on a former Russian spy in England.
Tests indicate Alexei Navalny was poisoned, says German clinic
"Is an update on the critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin poisons Russian opposition leader Alexi Navalny posting a photo online showing him sitting up in his hospital bed. He says he still can't do much, but was able yesterday to breathe on his own all day, having come off the ventilator. A valley. A prominent critic of Russia's president Putin is being treated in Berlin after what Germany says was a nerve agent poisoning the politicians spokesperson saying he plans to return to Russia as soon as he's recovered
Vladimir Putin Throws A Lifeline To Belarusian President
"Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko ran off to Russia for an emergency meeting at the Black Sea resorted Sochi with President Vladimir Putin, The long sitting president of Belarus needs Russia for political support to remain in power as demonstrators called for his 26 year rule to end ABC is Patrick Rivalled tells Start here, podcast host Brad Milky. This is something Putin has been waiting for. The question now is how much will Russia asked for? You know some some people? Think this could essentially amount to a soft annexation where Russia essentially ends up gaining control of the re levers of power in other people think they won't go that far. But though at least push him into finally accepting these These demands that they've had for years, and that means you know, signing on to this treaty. Where, For example, Russia and Belarus end up with the same currency in the same central bankers that Russia has total economic control.
Aleksei Navalny Out of a Coma and Responsive, German Doctors Say
"Poisoned Russian opposition leader Alexey Navales condition has improved allowing doctors to take him out of an induced coma. The German hospital treating him said, Monday Navan any of high profile critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin was flown to Germany last month after falling ill on August twentieth on a domestic flight in Russia. German chemical weapons experts say tests show the forty, four year old was poisoned with the Soviet era nerve agent prompting the German government last week to demand that Russia investigate the case. The patient has been removed from his medically induced coma and is being weaned off mechanical ventilation. Sherry t hospital said in a statement. He is responding to verbal stimuli. It remains to early to gauge the potential long-term effects off his severe poisoning. It added that the decision to publicly released details of his condition was made in consultation with Navales wife. Nirvana had been in an induced coma and the Berlin hospital since he was flown to Germany on August twenty seconds for treatment news of his gradual recovery came as German Chancellor Angela Merkel's office indicated that she might be willing to rethink the fate of a controversial German Russian gas pipeline project a sign of Berlin growing frustration over Moscow's stonewalling about the case. German authorities said last week that tends showed proof without doubt that Nevada any was poisoned with a chemical nerve agent from the Nova Chalk group British authorities identified the Soviet Era Nova Chuck as the poison used on former Russian spy Sergei script. Paul and his daughter in England in two thousand eighteen. Russia. has denied the Kremlin was involved in poisoning. All knee and accused Germany failing to provide evidence about the poisoning that it requested in late. August. German. Foreign Minister Heiko Moss said Sunday that the Russian reaction could determine whether Germany changes its long-standing backing for the Nord Stream two pipeline which brings Russian gas to Germany under the Baltic Sea bypassing Ukraine. The chancellor also believes that it's wrong to rule anything out MERCKEL spokesman Stephane. Siebert told reporters Monday after being asked about mosses comments. Previously Merckel had insisted on decoupling the of all case from the pipeline project which the US strongly opposes in August three US Republican senators threatened sanctions against the operator of a Baltic. Seaport located in Merkel's parliamentary constituency for its role as a staging post for ships involved in building Nordstrom to Siebert caution that it was premature to expect Moscow response to the matter within a few days. But made it clear that Berlin wants answers soon? I can't express a clear time-limited station except that we are certainly not talking about months or the end of the year he said. German diplomats rejected the Russian suggestion that Berlin was to blame for any delay in investigating the case noting that navalny was I treated for suspected poisoning in the Siberian city of. On August twentieth. All evidence witnesses, traces, and so forth are in the place where the crime was committed presumably somewhere in Siberia said German Foreign Ministry spokesman Christopher Burger. The CO leader of Germany's opposition Green Party Robert Habat called on the government to take a stronger stance and buried the pipeline. The project divide Europe it is economically nonsensical and oversized, and it is wrong in security policy terms harbut said. Completing it would mean that Russia can do what it wants. This signal must not be sad. Mikhail Lubinov. The Russian envoy international organizations in Vienna voiced suspicions about the timing of demands to link the pipeline with an ovonic. Ace. Suspicious Coincidence Nevada case and the final stage of Nord Stream two construction which some states desperately wants to be closed I am not fond of conspiracy theories, but it is obvious that the tragic events with the Volney are very timely and helpful for opponents of Ns to he tweeted.
Putin critic is out of coma after suspected poisoning
"And submarines. The U. S has. 293, a Kremlin critic believed to have been poisoned comes out of a coma hospital in Germany treating Alexander Valley, saying the Russian opposition leader's condition has improved, prompting doctors to bring him out of an induced coma. The hospital says he's gradually being taken off a ventilator and is responding to speech. Navalny, a prominent critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, fell ill 2.5 weeks ago. Germany says he was poisoned with a nerve agent developed
Russian opposition leader Navalny out of coma
"Of a coma hospital in Germany treating Alexander Valley, saying the Russian opposition leader's condition has improved, prompting doctors to bring him out of an induced coma. The hospital says he's gradually being taken off a ventilator. And is responding to speech. The Valley a prominent critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, fell ill 2.5 weeks ago. Germany says he was poisoned with a nerve agent developed by the Soviet Union. Russia denies involvement. In London. Simon Oh, in Fox News. British
Soviet-era nerve agent used to poison Russias Navalny.
"Opposition leader Alexei Navalny was poisoned with the same type of Soviet era nerve agent used in a two thousand eighteen attack on a former Russian spy. The German government said yesterday provoking outrage from Western leaders who demanded Moscow provide an explanation the findings which experts say point strongly to Russian stays involvement added to tensions between Russia and the West German. Chancellor. Angela. Merkel called Navan these poisoning attempted murder meant to silence one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's fiercest critics the Berlin hospital treating the dissident said he remains on. A ventilator though his condition is improving, it says it expects a long recovery and still can't rule out long-term effects on his health from the poisoning. The German government said that testing by military laboratory showed proof without doubt of chemical nerve agent from the Nova Choke Group. Procedural varieties identified Nova Chuck as the poison used on film Spicer Gays Scrip Pal and his daughter in England navalny politician and corruption investigator fell ill on a flight to Moscow on August twentieth and was taken to a hospital in the Siberian city of. After, the plane made an emergency landing, he was moved two days later to Berlin Charity Hospital where doctors last week said, initial tests indicated navalny had been poisoned. Nevada. Allies in Russia. Have insisted he was deliberately poisoned by the country's authorities accusations that the Kremlin has rejected as empty noise. It would not be the first time a prominent outspoken Russian was targeted in such a way all the first time the Kremlin was accused of being behind it. Nevada allies have also accused Russian authorities of delaying his transfer out of the country after the poisoning.
Putin critic poisoned with Soviet-era nerve agent, Germany says
"Test done on a Russian opposition leader found he was poisoned German Chancellor Angela Merkel spokesman says testing done on Alexei Navalny by a German military laboratory. Showed the presence of Soviet era nerve agent Nova Chuck Navalny, who was one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's fiercest critics got stick on a flight from Moscow to Siberia, August 20th and he was taken to a hospital in Siberia after an emergency landing. He was eventually taken to a hospital in Berlin, where doctor said there were indications he'd been poisoned. The Russian doctors who originally treated Navalny said their tests were negative for poison Nova. Chalk is the same agent that was used to poison former Russian spy Sergei Scruple and his daughter in Britain.
Putin critic poisoned with Soviet-era nerve agent, Germany says
"Russian opposition leader was poisoned by a nerve agent, according to the German government. German Chancellor Angela Merkel spokesman says testing done on Alexei Navalny by a German military laboratory showed the presence of Soviet era nerve agent Nova Chuck Navalny, who was one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's fiercest critics got sick on a flight from Moscow to Siberia on August 20th. He was eventually taken to a hospital in Berlin. J. Powers
Protests keep pressure on Belarus President Lukashenko to resign
"And Belarus went back to the Straits, demanding the president step down. NPR's Lucy in Kim has more President Lukashenko, who claimed the landslide in a presidential election, is ignoring calls for dialogue with the opposition and relying on his only ally Russia for support. Russian President Vladimir Putin had his fifth phone call with Lukashenko since the start of the protests and said he expected cooperation with Belarus to increase in all areas. On Friday, the embassies of the United States and European countries issued a joint statement condemning the use of force against peaceful protesters and saying they stand in solidarity with the people of Belarus.
Huge protest on Belarus leader's birthday demands he resign
"In Belarus, where massive peaceful protests have again flooded the country's capital challenging its longtime dictator. This time, though, they may be confronted by a very heavy security presence. A BCS Patrick Ravel is in the capital, Minsk. Massive crowds again flooded Belarus's capital Minsk on Sunday, calling for an end to Alexander Lukashenko's rule. Over 100,000 people to fight a very heavy security presence that Saul Riot police and troops backed by armored vehicles partly blocked the crowds. The protest, though, had a carnival atmosphere. It coincided with Lukashenko's 66 birthday and protesters themed it as an unwanted party. For him. It was the first major demonstration since Russia's President Vladimir Putin want he could intervene if protesters seek to violently topple Lukashenko. Patrick Regal, ABC News minister.
Putin: Russia is ready to provide security help to Belarus
"The Russian President Vladimir Putin says he set up a reserve police force at the request of the Belarusian president, Alexander Lukashenko. He said he believed the situation could be resolved peacefully. Sarah Rainsford reports 30 made. Putin confirmed that he's ready to send security forces to Belarus. If the situation gets out of control. He didn't say what kind of forces or how many but reveal that he made the promise to Alexander Lukashenka in accordance with the two countries Collective Security Treaty. Russia will stand by its commitment to protect stability and Belarus if needed, he said. But Mr Putin underlined that those reserve forces would only be deployed. What's he called extreme elements went on the rampage, setting fires, looting and seizing official buildings.
Kremlin says no evidence leading opposition leader was poisoned
"Leaders are calling for an investigation into the suspected poisoning of Russian opposition leader. Alexei navalny but the Kremlin says it sees no need world's Kristen Flab has that story. NAVAN is currently in a coma in a Berlin hospital and doctors there say evidence suggests he was likely poisoned German? Chancellor. Angela Merkel has called for a full Russian investigation and officials from the United States France and Norway echoed that statement on Tuesday. But the Russian government says there are no grounds for a criminal investigation rush doctors and pro-kremlin media reported there was no indication of only was poisoned divall. Knee is an outspoken critic of President Vladimir Putin his lawyer and doctor said, the forty four old was also poisoned in July of Twenty nineteen by an unknown chemical agent reporting for world I'm Kristen
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"People says no one has been tougher on Russia. Then he has during an earlier interview with Axios. President said he did not bring up reports of the bounties during a recent phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Swift reaction for the Baden campaign after the president said he did not speak to Putin about the bounties. The Biden campaign is slamming President Trump for not raising the issue of Russian bounties to the Taliban. In his phone call last week with President Vladimir Putin, a spokesman for the biting campaign, called that omission quote absolutely despicable and said President Trump quote continues to turn his back on those who put their lives on the line for our country. In a new interview with Axios Evidence, says he did not discuss with Putin US intelligence that Russia offered to pay Taliban militants to target US troops in Afghanistan. Mr Trump says this intelligence quote never reached my desk. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington Joe Biden still hasn't chosen a running mate, but President Trump's as if it were to be Senator Kamala Harris, he'd be should be a fine choice. Some of the Harris chatter comes after Biden was caught with notes that included a shortlist of potential VP Joe Biden was caught on camera with those notes about Senator Mila Harris. Now she's of course, one of the top contenders to be his running mate. Some of the notes on the No paddle region If you read do not hold grudges and great respect for her. That is correspondent Kristen Welker. 208 We take a trip to a Wall Street. Joan Doniger is that Bloomberg just hearing some word from the Federal Reserve and Joan is that causing any movement on the market? Yes, Ben. It is. Investors got the answer they hoped for from the Federal Reserve policymakers, leaving interest rates unchanged near zero and again promising to use all their tools to support the economy. So that is pushing gains a little higher. The Dow up 99 the NASDAQ 109 the S and P. 30 The pandemic is upset G E s plans for a turnaround. It's all orders all across its industrial business dropped by double digits last quarter, It's aviation business sales fell 44% because of the collapse and travel demand. I'm Joan Doniger. Bloomberg Business on W B Z. Boston's News radio state is.
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on The Current
"There was more `electronic voting which isn't sort of monitor the toll, so they've really got kind of caught blanche to kind of cook. Whatever figure that they want, and in fact, even though Cova still open, the Kremlin has already declared soon to try. It then issued early the result. There is though a price to pay for for breaking away from his inner circle. That has this control and excellence over Russia. Can you give us an example of of what that with that consequence might be for for disloyalty? Yes I, mean essentially you're. You're pursued to the of the US of we've seen If one member of Putin's in circle in particular who did a decided that he had enough, he wanted to leave Russia's for France he was slowly being sidelined, even though he'd been very close to Putin in the past, he wasn't sort of a real member of the in a click. 'cause x KGB men and a one point the the KGB. Men around Putin decided. They want to take us or this particular tycoon. Assets these were military shipyards. The individual in question was sick. A pouliches who'd? Previously played a great role in and bringing Putin power, but in the end he wasn't of the same click. Of KGB, men and they just decided to take over his assets and I've even after he fled to France, and then to the UK they began to this pursuing through international coats, claiming that he stolen money from the bank that he was behind the bankruptcy of the bank, but a lot of these claims as of yet to be heard in international courts, but even so they were able to freeze his assets and. Pursue, a wide ranging international legal vendetta during him, and we see this to in the cases of the investors in Russia, whose crossed with Putin and his regime will. We will head about Bill Browder, yes, around the biggest foreign investment fund in Russia He's been on the receiving end to national. Legal K. campaigns to tarnish his name. They've tried to put him on and pull list many times over. Even though that's been deemed politically motivated attack so really the the the almost the Kremlin is getting longer outside its folders. Yet we, what do you think people in the West fail to understand about the Putin regime, and and what its goal actually is like what? What should we be worried about when we hear these stories of Putin sort of securing his own power for from for longer and longer. Yeah I think one of the oversights really in Western. Analysis is his regime. So far has has been understanding. Why was he an his INA? Socalist security men were accumulating so much wealth we see almost the beginning of his presidency that he and his allies in the Kremlin were beginning to take over the country to teach at cash flows. They took over the oil company of me how to Ski..
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"News radio I'm Roger Hudson. it says the White House used a highly classified computer system to store president trump's calls with at least two foreign leaders The New York Times says only a few select officials could access the transcripts of calls with Russian president Vladimir Putin and the Saudi royal family news comes after a whistle blower complaint accuses the White House officials of trying to conceal a July twenty fifth call between trump and Ukrainian president's Lynskey former secretary of state and truck political opponent Hillary Clinton is weighing in on the impeachment enquiring while presenting an award at Georgetown University yesterday and criticized president trump for putting his own personal and political interests ahead of the American people he has turned American diplomacy into a cheap extortion racket and went on to say the trumpet stab career foreign service officers in the back by asking the Ukrainian president to investigate former vice president Joe Biden and his son hunter the jury in the murder trial of a former Dallas police officers hearing from one witness today amber Geiger who was on duty at the time is accused of shooting and killing her neighbor in his own apartment after mistaking it as her own last September the defense calling former Dallas deputy chief Craig Miller to the stand as an expert witness Miller was allowed only to testify on inattentional blindness and not allowed to express his opinion on if Geiger acted reasonably and Lakers superstar lebron James says he's ready for the upcoming basketball season the all star forward says southern California in be a fan should be excited about the addition of Anthony Davis we all know how great Anthony Davis is and if we're not plan through Anthony Davis why he's on a Florida and. it makes no sense to have him on the floor that is that great James telling reporters during Lakers media day that he's motivated for the upcoming season which begins next week against the Golden State Warriors you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio is this a flex offers so many people say that small businesses are the backbone of the economy it is true it was something about the type of small business you would like to open up I know for me it would definitely be.
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"At one thousand dollars four times. W M A L, A Cumulus station. I'm Barton President Vladimir Putin says that Russia will abandon the centerpiece nuclear arms treaty with the US following in the footsteps of the United States, and that Moscow only deploy intermediate range nuclear missiles, if Washington does. So Putin spoke after the United States announced Friday, it was pulling the plug on the one thousand nine hundred eighty seven deal Virginia. Governor Ralph northern is being pressed to resign if you're losing support from virtually every democratic state lawmaker and a key ally who late Friday urge the democratic governor to leave office because of a racist photo, which he appeared more than thirty years ago. A picture of two people weren't black face one and a KKK hooded robe north of apologize. I am deeply sorry. I cannot change the decision. I made can I undo the harm my behavior calls then and today, but I accept responsibility for my past actions. And I'm ready to do the hard work of regaining your trust. And hearing in Washington judge Amy Berman who is overseeing the Roger stone cases, considering a gag order saying this is a criminal proceeding not a public relations campaign. Evan Perez has more seen precedent for this. Where public statements are viewed and certainly not in line with other statements that are made that they could be used to show that someone is trying to deceive someone is trying to perhaps guide other witnesses to to try to encourage witnesses who may come before this trial trying to essentially guide them to also lie to to sort of line up there lies with Roger stone's own alleged lies the healthy pace of hiring. The government reported Friday illustrates the job market's durability nearly a decade. Cade into the economic expansion, adding jobs for one hundred three months, I'm Barton. Hey,.
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The person it's former campaign adviser is dismissing FBI searches that he was working in concert with the Russian. Government during the two thousand sixteen campaign documents that were made. Public this past weekend show that federal investigators suspected that Carter page was collaborating and conspiring with. Moscow the redacted documents were filed in support of a wire-tapping Morton which was granted appearing on CNN. Page flatly deny working on behalf of the. Russians this is so. Ridiculous it's just beyond, words democratic. Congressman Adam Schiff tells CNN, allegations warrant a closer. Look I hope that Bob Muller is investigating. It because, again if that's the, leverage the Russians are using it would not only explain the president's, behavior but it would help protect the country by knowing that in, fact our president was compromise on, Twitter President Trump reasserted his claim that Muller's, ongoing Russian election meddling probe is a witch hunt and a scam Meanwhile South Carolina Republican. Senator Lindsey Graham says if President Trump does hosts Russian President Vladimir Putin again he should punish. Moscow I we'd need new sanctions heavy-handed sanctions hanging over his head then meet with him he also. Called on the president to get tougher on. Russia to prevent it. From interfering of the, two thousand. Eighteen midterm elections Graham was, on CBS face the. Nation well how hot do you think it. Was on, Sunday it's going to, be a lot hotter this week starting Monday at ten AM and, excessive heat warning will be in effect for a large part of, the a. metro some places will, see triple digits national weather service meteorologist killer, Mattel's KNX at the hottest days will be Tuesday and Wednesday Or Tuesday and Wednesday we're expecting some record-breaking temperatures and that means you need. To take extra precautions if you work or spend time outside the heat wave is expected to last. Through mid week and then things will, get a little better a little bit of a cool off. The high pressure by the weekend, in the. Meantime, a high surf advisory. Will, also be, an effect over the next few days as well, Heather, Jordan KNX ten seventy. NewsRadio, California's unemployment rate has, held, steady, for the past three, months it's the lowest. It's been in years four point two percent an increase of nearly two hundred seventy thousand jobs in the state over the past. Year but here's the problem the Donald. Trump, trade war with China and Michael Byrne a former? Head of the California employment department is worried this, is really the big obstacle to our continued employment expansion and the target of the Chinese agriculture we have certain main. Industries like agriculture which exports about, two billion, per year and goods to China so farmers in the state Kentucky huge hit We're not seen in the numbers yet but could be hit. Hard if this. Trade war continues and, even expand, farm managers, say the next several months are critical for farmers all across the nation as prices on. Some commodities are the. Lowest seen in years Kelsen kenniston seventy NewsRadio to forty three and in Pomona on the fifty seven northbound is. A crash a car over the side more on that and other traffic problems coming up in ninety. Seconds with Barbara this Friday up mission, impossible fallout and ninety five percent fresh on rotten tomatoes it's..
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Good Friday Morning, America's First news continues its the twentieth day of July thirty four minutes past. The hour president Donald Trump's intelligence chief. Says he doesn't know what was. Discussed in the, president one on one meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin director of national intelligence Dan Coats says he's also was unaware that Putin was being invited to Washington He made the surprise admissions Thursday at the Aspen security forum Obviously I wished he'd made a. Different statement but I think that now that has been clarified Pleased on his plate reactions to this and so I don't want to go any further than that could? Someone else Looking at how. To do this Relative, to our elections possibly rogue states whatever we know others have potential capability But it's undeniable that the Russians are taking the lead on this basically they are the ones. That are trying to undermine hurry basic values that divide us, with our. Allies they're the ones that are trying to wreck havoc over there. Election process we need to, call them out, on that critical that we do so Then take steps to make sure that they. Are not able to do this with the election coming up, again we. Should be very wary around the former KGB leader who's leading their. Nations A lot of things point to me I think anybody who's thanks to rally Putin doesn't have the stamp on everything that happens in Russia is misinformed his very clear that virtually nothing. Happens there of any kind of consequence Putin doesn't know. About or has an order I think we're pretty sure about that. As I mentioned coach was informed by the moderator that Russian President Vladimir Putin had been invited to the White House this fall Putin is coming to the White House in the fall We have some breaking news the White House has announced on Twitter Putin is coming. To the White House in the fall Again.
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Good Friday Morning America's First news continues its the twentieth day of, July thirty four minutes past the, hour president Donald Trump's intelligence chief says he doesn't know what was discussed in. The president one on one meeting with. Russian President Vladimir Putin director of. National television's Dan, Coats says he's also was unaware that Putin was being invited. To Washington he made the surprise admissions Thursday at the Aspen security forum Obviously I wished he had made a. Different statement but I think that now that has been clarified Based on his plate reactions to this and so I don't. Think I want to go any further than that could? Someone else Looking at how to do this a relative. To our elections Rogue states whatever we know others have potential capability but. It's, undeniable that the Russians are taking the lead on this basically they are the ones that are trying. To undermine our basic values that divide us with our allies, they're the. Ones that are trying to wreck havoc over there election process we. Need to call them out on that critical that we do so Then take. Steps to make sure that they are not able to do, this with. The election coming up again we should be very wary around the. Former KGB leader who's leading their nation A. Lot of things point to me I think anybody who thinks Putin doesn't have his stamp on everything that happens in Russia is is his misinformed is. Very clear that virtually, nothing happens there any kind of consequence Putin doesn't know about. Or has, an order I think we're pretty sure about that as I. Mentioned coats was informed by the moderator that Russian President Vladimir Putin had been invited to the White House this fall Fatima Putin is coming to the White. House in the fall We, have some breaking news the White House has announced on Twitter Putin is coming. To the White House in the fall Say that again.
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"K. o the voice of Boston Okay my friends the liberals I'm not kidding are going berserk. Apoplectic nervous. Breakdown melting down I don't know what other. Term you could possibly use, President Trump met today in Helsinki Finland at, a summit with Russian, President Vladimir Putin they spoke. For over ninety minutes in private then they. Had a lunch a working lunch, whereby Putin's people Trump's people the national security. Team they discussed even more issues then they held a joint press conference afterwards taking. Questions from the. Media already I kid? You not former Obama CIA director John Brennan is. Now claiming that the Putin Trump summit is quote an impeachable offense it was treasonous why was it treasonous The media by the way is. Saying the same thing because they, believe that Trump did not press Vladimir Putin, enough on the so-called meddling in our elections in two thousand and sixteen and in. Particular on Friday. The Justice department issued Indictments against twelve senior Russian military intelligence officers. Saying that they were responsible for the hacking of Hillary Clinton's campaign and the hacking of the, DNC's emails now of course all twelve of these. Russians? Will never see a day in an American court will never step into a courtroom so how high the bar was is beyond me how solid the evidence is is beyond me.
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on KTRH
"Four hour traffic center hot and humid here for southeast texas again today mix the clouds and sun widely scattered showers and storms possible here this afternoon and into evening highs again in the low to mid nineties mid seventies tonight even hotter for the workweek sunshine monday and tuesday upper ninety s i'm meteorologist ken boom from the weather channel hot on the island ninety degrees in galveston ninety three in the woodland's ninety two and sugarland and ninety three degrees at the ktar each top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center ktar h news time to a one our top story president trump will sit down for a one on one meeting in russia with russian president vladimir putin tomorrow abc's karen travers is in helsinki finland and she has a preview president trump has arrived in helsinki ahead of his summit monday with russian president vladimir putin the president has said he's not going into the meetings with high expectations but said maybe something good can come out of it it's unlikely the two liter sign onto a statement at the end of the summit the white house has said just scheduling the meeting itself was a deliverable and officials are describing it as another get to know you session as the president pushes forward on improving us russia relations karen travers abc news shoveling with president in helsinki in local news some good news this child that was reported in north houston to be missing yesterday turned up late last night job is wiggins is home safe and sound hdd confirming an officer involved shooting in north houston on dover side this morning the suspect is believed to have been involved in an aggravated robbery two people are dead after a plane crash near the laporte airport officials say an experimental aircraft was trying to make it back home to the airport when it went down one motorcyclist is dead and two are injured after they were hit by bmw on the six ten west loop early this morning police are looking for the car and the driver it's two three fbi lawyer lisa page is going to be back on the witness stand tomorrow continuing her testimony before congress in a closed door session texas congressman john ratcliffe says that it's important for her former boyfriend fbi agent peter struck to establish his credibility eighty if the special counsel ever decides to bring any russia collusion related charges against anyone associated with the trump campaign to include donald trump then peter struck has to be a star witness he has to be a star witness because he was in charge of the russian investigation he started it he ran it for the first year he collected all of the evidence so his credibility is of primary importance struck testifying last week in sports novak djokovic wins the men's title at wimbledon the old novak is back taking the south african kevin anderson in straightsets under the pounding sun and heat here at wimbledon djokovic said he felt he was peeking coming into this final that certainly proved to be the case anderson looking understandably tired coming up to five centers to get here just couldn't keep up the pace a racked up too many unforced errors for jovic it's titled number four on this hallowed turf at the all england club tom rivers abc news wimbledon france won the two thousand eighteen world cup this afternoon in russia this year's all star homerun derby will include only one american league long hill long ball hitter alex bregman the roster.
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Boston and all of new england wbz news time twelve forty nine sunshine and seventy five degrees in boston good afternoon i'm mike macklin top stories we're following this afternoon democratic leaders calling for president trump to cancel next week's scheduled meeting with russian president vladimir putin they say the president needs to take a stand against russia after indictments were announced charging twelve russian operatives with hacking emails to the twenty sixteen presidential election a federal judge in california has ordered the government to reunite families at the border parents who finally getting back in touch with their youngsters after being separated for weeks so in some cases months new hampshire governor christie doodoo has issued a proclamation declaring the twelfth of july through the twentyfirst correctional and parole supervision week the proclamation recognizes the work probation and parole officers do for public safety massachusetts man has been killed after crashing his motorcycle that happened at about ten forty five last night in walpole the rider taken norwood hospital where he was pronounced dead police are investigating they have not released the name victim due flare up between israel and the hamas ruled gaza strip cbs's robert berger tells us at apodaca palestinians shot rockets over the border israeli warplanes attacked dozens of targets in gaza after palestinian militants fired rockets and mortars across the border the military described it as the biggest day of airstrikes since the gaza war four years ago the army said it's also a response to burning palestinian kites that have torched hundreds of acres of his rayleigh farmland and forests over the past three months robert berger cbs news jerusalem wbz news time twelve fifty one the former child manager for the town of saugus in hunt is said it's violating his house arrest terms more than two hundred times a judge yesterday giving andrew bisson yanni two and a half years in prison with eighteen months served you'll also have to pay a sixty thousand dollar fine bisignano violated his probation taking multiple trips to the mall and restaurants he was only supposed to leave home for work or appointments he pleaded guilty to the charges that included procurement fraud destroying public records and bidrigging back.
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Eleventh day of july thirty four minutes past the hour and we're getting word this morning that president donald trump is set to meet today with german chancellor angela merkel hours after he publicly claimed the longtime us ally was totally controlled and captive to russia a white house press secretary sarah sanders says the president will reiterate his public criticism of merckel during their pull aside on the margins of the nato summit trump fumed during a breakfast this morning with nato secretary general jens stoltenberg that a russian natural gas pipeline project in germany is inappropriate this has he criticized european countries contributions to the mutual defense alliance now sanders says president trump will also meet wednesday with french president emmanuel macron ahead of his trip to brussels president trump would not say whether russian president vladimir putin was friend or foe buddy did say his meeting next week with putin might be the easiest of his entire trip you're talking not only meeting with the nato allies but then the one on ones and then he heads to the uk and then he'll meet with russian president vladimir putin vice president mike pence says president trump has made his views clear on putin and russia vladimir putin the president made it clear that we have competing interests with russia but it doesn't change the fact whether it be syria were russia's involved militarily on behalf of the team for our military forces have bravely in the process of destroying isis his source we need to find a way to war in common cause for a long term solution in syria we have the we have the issues in new crane other issues that are exist between our countries and as president trump has said many times he always believes in talking he believes in sitting down with leaders in determining whether there there's a way that we can make progress in the relationship i think he goes into this very much in that spirit but in the wake of what happened in north korea and what we're seeing so far is there a skepticism about this considering what you saw pao's visit there i think president trump believes in engagement he's someone who's.
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on AP News
"Russian president vladimir putin is travelling to austria on tuesday on his first foreign trip since being sworn in for a fourth term in office last month the visit will mark the fiftieth anniversary of the start of soviet gas deliveries to australia and takes him to one of yours more russia friendly countries at a time when relations between the european union and russia strained australia unlike many other countries in the eu didn't expel russian diplomats over the poisoning in britain early this year of former russian spy sergei scripa this'll be putin sixth official visit to vienna extra holes are needed before the memorial title is settled ap's grandma reports the eventual winner almost gave it away and regulation twenty four you're all bryson d shambo very the second extra playoff hole to win the prestigious memorial tournament declined his second career win on the pga tour this is probably the most important when i think of mine tire career because of the fact that it happened here jack scores and also because it's kind of validity to me being out here on tour as well they unorthodox shambo bogeyed the seventy second hole in regulation play that the back into a three way tie the late at fifteen under with stanley and the korean ben on stanley was first out of the playoff after i hall buggy and then d shamba closed out on by sinking a twelve foot thirty on the second extra hole i'm grandma's australia's largest banks agreed to pay a fine of seven hundred million australian dollars or five hundred thirty one us dollars for failing to comply with measures to prevent money laundering and terrorism financing the commonwealth bank of australia's admitted it was late in reporting tens of thousands of suspicious transactions between twenty twelve and twenty fifteen the bank blamed a single software error and its deposit taking automated teller machines the company says it negotiated the fine with the australian transaction reports and analysis centre which is the government's financial intelligence agency better known as austrac the agreement will resolve a civil federal court case that began in august thank you.
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Russian president vladimir putin is expressing his condolences to former us president george h w bush following the death of his wife barbara kremlin officials say putin sent a telegram offering his condolences barbara bush died yesterday at the age of ninety two the national transportation safety board says a preliminary examination of the blown jet engine of that southwest airlines plane that made an emergency landing in philadelphia yesterday showed evidence of battle fatigue one person was killed seven others were injured global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm nancy lyons thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm julie hyman hedge fund manager steve cohen is looking to invest in asia's startups his firm point seventy two ventures has mostly invested in startups across the americas and europe but now viewing asia as a chance to quote swing big due to the region's lack of tech infrastructure qualcomm is appeal to one point two billion dollar fine that was imposed by the european union for loyalty payments to apple the eu says qualcomm offered significant amounts of money and rebates if apple used only the company's computer chips it was a record quarter for morgan stanley we give details from bloomberg's patrice sikora morgan stanley's first quarter profits at a record high helped by a lower tax bill and a boost in revenue from last quarter's volatile markets the new york investment bank reported a profit today of two point six billion dollars compared with a profit of one point nine billion.
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on Super Station 101
"One on the by russian president vladimir putin called the white house yesterday to i thank the president president trump four providing intelligence that helped fort a plan terror attack in saint petersburg the call was all confirmed to multiple news outlets early saturday afternoon by the press secretary sarah sanders who later said that the intelligence was a cia tip related to a series of planned bombings sanders later released with referred to as a read out of the call that stated the leaders agreed while talking that sharing of the tip serves as an example of the positive things that can occur when our countries work together she also said that a putin thanked the intelligence agency as well as director mike pompeo and the entire department the kremlin said that that putin also told trump during the call of the information provided by the cia was sufficient to track down and detain a group of saw specs that was planning to bomb the kazan cathedral and other sites in the city's centers also confirmed that the suspects have been captured now russia's federal security service said friday is seven people connected with isis were arrested for allegedly planning a series of explosion in some of the city's busiest areas including the cathedral in saint petersburg the agency also said that a search of the suspects apartment found explosives automatic weapons and extremist literature the clement also said that russian law enforcement agencies will hand over any information they get about potential terror threats against the us as they have done in the past this conversation is the second between a putin and trump since thursday day trump said this at the start of winning in two thousand sixteen he'd had spoken highly of putin's leadership style all does leave that right here.
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"President vladimir putin says he'll be calling president trump this morning to discuss a possible resolution to the war in syria putin is taken a dominant role in efforts to end the conflict in which russia has been backing syrian president bachar alassad putin and outside met today in so she and putin will also be meeting with turkey in iran's leaders tomorrow to discuss peace options the eighth round of u n sponsored peace talks on the conflict will take place in geneva next week we'll germany faces a test but not a crisis of state the words today from the speaker of the german parliament as political leaders their work on a compromise to form a new government german chancellor angela merkel speaking through an interpreter admits there are limited choices moving ahead komo news song men are plan i i have no plans for a minority government at the moment so we have to wait and you election is one way and minority government is another in a country that has so much to do that would be something to be thought of very very carefully i didn't want to say never but i'm very skeptical and i think new elections would be that better way miracles partners in the outgoing government the centreleft social democrats are refusing to join her in a new administration leaving a new election as the most likely outcome in zimbabwe efforts are underway to remove president robert mugabe today an impeachment motion was introduced by the ruling party and then seconded by the opposition mdc mugabe who has ruled the nation for thirty seven years refused to announce his retirement over the weekend setting up the process for impeachment global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven.
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Russian president vladimir putin the two met privately for more than two two hours today as blaine alexander reports they did address the questions over election meddling anna a low to you from washington it turns out election hacking was the first thing that president trump brought up in that meeting today according to secretary of state rex tillerson who was inside that room and he says that once again putin denied any involvement thank you earn the meeting was only scheduled for thirty minutes instead president trump and russian president vladimir putin talked for more than two hours it's an honor to be with you thank you president trump opened the meeting raising the concern of russian election hacking according to secretary of state rex tillerson one of only six people in the room of gray he pushed version booty hormone monitors you rush yougov free free denied such involvement is he is but stopping short of threatening any punishment this after lawmakers on capitol hill had urged the president to send putin a strong message to prevent any future hacking instead tillerson says both leaders now planning to work together gather to address cyber threats crazy on the wrong the focused on how to move forward four and a major step on syria tillerson announcing a ceasefire in the country's southwest region with more details he says to be solidify over the next week and that they deserve our first indication of the us and russia will work together syria the first facetoface conversation between the two leaders now over so far no plans for a second meeting and tillerson describes a positive chemistry between the two leaders and fat so much though he said that at one point first lady melania trump came in and tried to break up the meeting once it had gone over time but tillerson said that essentially failed the two leaders just kept right on talking for about another hour in washington blaine alexander hawaii news now blamed thanks more by protests outside the g twenty summit while thousand demonstrators showed up starting fires and shattering windows police fired water cannons to wake up the pows at least twenty four people were arrested an estimate of one hundred and sixty officers hurts in the standoff first lady melania trump a truck tweeted about the protest the violence caused her to miss a planned excursion when protesters briefly blocked the entrance.
"president vladimir putin" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"Also breaking a top democrat is demanding information from the white house about why senior adviser jared kushner still has access to classified information even as russia connections are under investigation iraqi member of the house oversight committee congressman elijah cummings says he has serious concerns about the administration's ability to protect america secrets cummings also see a documents on the failure to suspend michael flynn's security clearance before he was fired as national security adviser despite repeated warnings he was vulnerable to blackberry also today the senate judiciary chairman is suggesting here's panel is ready to look at possible obstruction of justice by the president's say quote everything is on the table committee leaders meeting with special counsel robert muller as they pursue separate but overlapping investigations and the former homeland security secretary jay johnson tells lawmakers that russia's election meddling is a fact and it was directed by president vladimir putin the top democrat on the senate intelligence committee says the only person in the us who doesn't believe moscow try to sway the election is president trump this hour all talk with congressman ted yoho he's a key republican on the foreign affairs committee our correspondent specialist are also standing by first let's go to cnn climate justice reporter shimon peres shimon know what more did we learn about this possible act of terror in flint michigan well that's right well just right out of the gate the fbi telling us that they are investigating this as an act of terror.