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"WTI crude is a little higher 65 68 a barrel Juliet back to you All right 35 minutes past the hour time for global news Japan's former prime minister Shinzo Abe has expressed some strong words for China regarding Taiwan and Baxter has the latest in San Francisco it Yeah usually strong Juliet Abe says China invading Taiwan would be economic suicide Avey says it would pull in Japan the U.S. create a real crisis Abe says further actions will blur the lines between peace and war He says peace between China and Taiwan are the only option Beijing is responded that the remarks are irresponsible and that it's China's internal affair U.S. and EU officials are going to discuss a joint approach to China tomorrow and what's being called high level dialog saying a common bond makes it harder for China to ignore what the globe is really thinking The Biden administration's Asia Tsar Kurt Campbell is saying that the partnership between the U.S. Australia and the UK is a defining effort against China He says China's efforts in just about every field have stepped up to destabilize the end of Pacific and that ultimately I think what I'm suggesting is that Australian sailors will have the opportunity to serve on American vessels and vice versa I think you can expect American submarines support more commonly in Australian ports Now Campbell is speaking before the lowy group saying the China threat of the globe is very real First U.S. home variant case identified here in San Francisco California health secretary doctor grant colfax says San Francisco resident coming back from South Africa November 22nd getting positive test results on the 29th And they did the right thing and got tested and reported their travel history They had received a full dose of the Moderna vaccine but no booster Colfax has mild symptoms governor Gavin Newsom intimates omicron cases probably aren't just in California It's not surprising in many respects that California's announcing the first case This state this is the birthplace after all of BioTech of life sciences UCSF one of the leading.
Konstantin Kisin Was Once Asked to Sign a 'Behavioral Agreement' Form for a Charity Comedy Show
"The country, that seminal moment that made you a household figure in the UK with this story of it was a college gig was it not where you were going to do some stand up comedy constant and there was some contractual requirement from the hosts? Yeah, well, I actually happened is they invited me to help them raise money for charity, so they were asking me to donate my time. And then they sent me what they called it behavioral agreement form, which made me feel right back at home in the Soviet Union, which said that they had a zero Torrance policy on racism, sexism classism ageism ableism homophobia by far would be a transfer of it. Xenophobia islamophobia, anti racism, and it also said that all jokes and must be respectful and kind. And as you rightly say, when I turned it down, I mean, all sorts of things happen. It was the second biggest news story in this country on the day that the then prime minister of this country was nearly removed from office by her own party. That would be the equivalent of Joe Biden nearly gets impeached by the Democrats and the second biggest story on CNN MSNBC Fox News et cetera is unknown comedian turns down a gig from unknown college, et cetera, et cetera. So it was absurd. It was a crazy thing to have happened. But I think you know, that was one of the moments and you played the clip of us talking about no longer advertising SurfShark. That was one of the moments when we really started to feel that standing up for principles was more important than immediate short term gains. And that is really the approach we've tried to take with the show. We talk to people who are controversial to have different opinions left and right. And we're interested in the truth. We're not interested in partisanship. We're not interested in are you on this side or in that side? We want to hear what you think we want to have a conversation about it. And if you're wrong, that's great. There will be people who come in and challenge that. And if you're right,
Rihanna honored as 'national hero' of Barbados
"Singer singer Rhianna Rhianna has has been been named named a a national national hero hero in in her her home home country country of of Barbados Barbados I I marches marches are are a a lot lot of of what what the the latest latest she's she's not not just just Rhianna Rhianna but but the the right right excellent excellent to to Rhianna Rhianna that's that's the the title title she she got got as as Barbados Barbados prime prime minister minister mia mia Mottley Mottley bestowed bestowed the the title title of of national national hero hero on on her her this this it's it's the the first first time time in in more more than than twenty twenty years years the the Barbados Barbados has has given given the the honor honor it it comes comes as as the the country country marks marks the the end end of of Queen Queen Elizabeth Elizabeth as as its its head head of of state state and and it it becomes becomes a a Republic Republic singer singer Rhianna Rhianna has has been been named named a a national national hero hero in in her her home home country country of of Barbados Barbados I'm I'm marquees marquees are are loaded loaded with with the the latest latest she's she's not not just just Rhianna Rhianna but but the the right right excellent excellent to to Rhianna Rhianna that's that's the the title title she she got got as as Barbados Barbados prime prime minister minister mia mia Mottley Mottley bestowed bestowed the the title title of of national national hero hero on on her her this this it's it's
UK plans new measures to combat omicron coronavirus variant
"The U. K. has tightened up credit restrictions off to finding two cases of the new Omicron variants of the virus British prime minister Boris Johnson explained the fears of top scientists and the government is does appear on the chrome spreads very rapidly and can be spread between people who a double vaccinated as a result Johnson's government has imposed new measures to slow down the spread of the new variants will require anyone who enters the U. K. to take a PCR test by the end of the second day after that arrival and to self isolate until they have a negative result in addition mosque wearing the shops and on public transport will once again become mandatory Johnson also promised top scientists to exonerate the vaccine program both of the U. K. cases were in England other links they also both involve travel from southern Africa Karen Thomas London
Britain tightens COVID rules as world on alert over omicron
"Covert nineteen cases from the new variant are emerging outside of southern Africa where it was first identified this very it is spreading around the world with two cases so far identified here in the U. K. British prime minister Boris Johnson announced new measures aimed at containing the spread of the Omicron variant many countries are imposing new restrictions on travel from southern Africa including the U. S. we were so slow to act on delta and the whole world it's such a high price for it Danny Altman is a professor of immunology at imperial college London let's try and be forewarned can do it properly this time so I think I could probably is warranted the good thing is that we have monitoring systems around the world to detect these variants very quickly the world health organization's Maria banker cove already scientists are sharing research with us information with us so that we can take action open questions include the effectiveness of current vaccines against Omicron and whether it causes more severe disease there's been no indication of that so far I'm Ben Thomas
Sweden's parliament approves first female prime minister
"Sweden has chosen mount delay not understand us prime minister Anderson has been approved by Sweden's parliament as the country's first ever female prime minister replacing Stefan Lofven as leader of the center left social Democrats the development marks a milestone for Sweden viewed for decades as one of Europe's most progressive countries which has yet to have a woman in at the top political post the social democratic leaning government has described itself as feminist putting equality between women and men at the heart of national and international work I'm
Israel begins giving COVID shots to children age 5 to 11
"Israel has begun administering the coronavirus vaccine to children age five to eleven this age range makes up nearly Hoff of active cases officials hope the new inoculation campaign will help bring down the cause of it nineteen numbers and perhaps stave off a new wave however Israeli media reports low demand for the shot so far prime minister Naftali Bennett accompanied his son David who's nine to get his job in a bid to encourage parents to have their children vaccinated I'm Charles de Ledesma
Sudan military leaders reinstate deposed prime minister
"Saddam's military and civilian leaders have reached a deal to reinstate the country's prime minister who was deposed in a queue last month according to the deal which has now been signed government officials and politicians arrested since the October Q. will now be released the company's top general Abdel Fattah Burhan announced that the reinstated prime minister I've done the home dog will need an independent cabinets until elections can be held it remains unclear how much power the government would hold it would still remain on the tights minutes here oversights the queue has drawn international criticism for storing what many hoped would be a chance at democracy after the fall of long time autocrat Ahmad Bashir two years ago I'm
Modi to Repeal India Farm Laws Following Protests
"In a major policy reversal Indian prime minister Narendra Modiji says he will repeal the controversial agricultural tools that have sparked a year long protests posed a significant challenge to his administration his most influential voting blocs rejoice at the news of Modi's change of heart they have for months demanded the withdrawal rule of the loopholes which they fear would dramatically reduce the incomes moody's surprise decision in a televised national address comes ahead of elections early next year in key states like Gujarat Pradesh the Punjab the last significant agricultural produces away
UN climate boss: 'Good compromise' beats no deal on warming
"Cop twenty six nations finally strike a U. N. climate agreement after compromising on a cold deal despite reaching a decision following the climate summit many member states are disappointed after a last minute change which waters down crucial language on coal power that being said many leaders such as British prime minister Boris Johnson are optimistic we haven't beaten climate change and it would be fatal to think that we have because there is so much more that still needs to be done but what we do have now is a viable roadmap the final package highlights the importance of financially supporting developing nations and paving the way for better carbon trading the agreement also says big carbon polluting nations must come back and submit stronger emission cutting pledges by the end of next year Naomi shot in London
Iraqi PM survives assassination attempt, ramping up tensions
"Security was tightened around Baghdad ultra failed assassination attempts on Iraqi prime minister Mostafa kind to me at least two one trains targeted the residents of Iraq's prime minister in the heavily fortified green zone in Baghdad several of his security personnel were injured in an attack which has significantly ramped up tensions archer Ron backs militias refused to accept last month's parliamentary election results yeah I'm kind to me was on home despite corruption TV looking calm with a bandage on his left hand's cavity rockets in trying to tax third bill time lines and build a pizza the
Several Ethiopian armed opposition groups to form alliance
"Ethiopia's Tigray forces adjoining all the armed groups to form an alliance against prime minister admits after a year of war that has killed thousands of people the new union include Citigroup forces as well as the aroma Liberation Army and seven all the groups from around the country the alliance now known as the United front of Ethiopian federalist forces was signed into being in Washington organizers say the group will be both political and military with the aim of deposing prime minister Abiye admits to seek a political transition after a year of devastating war US special envoy Jeffrey Feltman this meeting with officials in the European capital amid calls for an immediate ceasefire and talks I'm Karen Thomas
Guterres tells COP26: We are digging our own graves
"U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres whose war will lead is at the cop twenty six climate conference the failure to tackle climate change is tantamount to a death sentence we are still having four climate disaster young people know it every country sees its small island developing states and other vulnerable ones Levi's and for them failure is not an option failure is a vast sentence until you could judge says recent announcements by governments they could turn the tide on climate change will an illusion not least because there's serious questions regarding many countries pledges British prime minister Boris Johnson opened the global climate summit saying the world is strapped to a doomsday device with the threat runaway climate change I'm Charles the last month
Heating up: World leaders take center stage at climate talks
"It's time for more than one hundred fifty de does to feel the heat they will trips to the podium that's crucial international climate talks in Scotland and talk about what their country is going to do about the threat of global warming from president Joe Biden to Seychelles president waldholtz Jonah Charles from Cullen Phil say how the nation will do its utmost challenge colleagues to do more and generally turn up the rhetoric British prime minister Boris Johnson is expected to say during the opening session humanity has long since run down the clock on climate change it's one minute to midnight and we need to act now and then the leaders will leave the idea is that they will do the big political give and take something out of the broad outlines of agreement and then have all the government officials how much out the nagging but crucial details I'm Charles de Ledesma
Israel Reportedly Ready to Strike Iran in a Year
"Let's go to the news. It is going on, which is the announcement that Iran is expected back at the partying table, which is the worst possible announcement because that means team Biden is ready to cave. Well, if it's based on a remark made by a deputy minister, I don't know how much grief that you can lend to that. But we have to be prepared for everything. I think it's more importantly that it is ray leaders have been around the world today. Prime minister Bennet is in Switzerland and the message is always that Israel can not coexist with Iran that has a threshold capacity and is relaxed. Now, the Israeli press has been putting out a notices from the IDF, saying that there's now intensive training. So the Israel will be ready to strike within one year. Within one year, I'm not closer we have one year. Thank you. I think that's being very optimistic and, you know, I wonder what the purpose of those reports
Activists scale government building in climate protest
"Kind of activists in hard hats skilled a government building in London unfurling a banner demanding countries attending the upcoming climate conference invest in plant based alternatives to meat the activists campaigning for animal rebellion climb between thirty two feet and sixty five feet up the latticework of decoration of the building which houses the department for environment food and rural affairs in the Hong along Sheila banner reading cop twenty six invest in a plant based future no arrests have been made the honorable rebellion lobby group says it's protests will remain in place until prime minister Boris Johnson pledges
Tense quiet after Sudan coup, protesters block some roads
"Pro democracy protesters continue their resistance in Sudan's Khartoum protest is a block some roads in the capital with makeshift barricades and burning tires a day off to the ministry seize power in the swift coup widely denounced by the international community the protesters according for a mass March on Saturday to press demands for a return to civilian rule meanwhile Saddam's prime minister and other senior officials in the transitional government who were arrested Monday by the ministry continued to be held at a military camp outside the capital I'm Charles de Ledesma
Sudan's military takes power in coup, arrests prime minister
"Sedans Medici has dissolved the country's transitional governments Alice off to troops arrested the acting prime minister after the early morning arrests of prime minister Abdullah Humm dog and other officials the head of the Medici channel up and felt that Britain announced on state TV that he was dissolving the government on the suffering council the council's a joint military and civilian body created four months off said longtime autocrat Amman but she is also to run the country current Q. tree condemnation from throughout the international community European Commission spokesperson WMS Riley said the European Union were worried about recent developments you is very concerned about Sudan's military forces reportedly putting prime minister hun dock under house arrest U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres tweeted that must be full respect for the constitutional charter to protect the hard won political transition I'm Karen Thomas
PM, officials detained, internet down in apparent Sudan coup
"Military forces have arrested sedans acting prime minister and other government officials and then a parent to the armed forces disrupted internet access and blocks bridges in Sudan's capital Khartoum thousands flooded the streets of the capital in response to the take care of a the two said on mine showed security forces using tear gas on protesters who portrayed some bents high is a takeover by the minute she would be a major set back the sedan as the country has struggled with in on such and transitional governments since long time ruler Omar al Bashir was toppled by mass protests two years ago I'm Karen Thomas
"prime minister" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Japan's prime minister you shahida suge is resigning. Here's what that means by amy guna. You'll shahida suge is bowing out. As prime minister of japan amid increasing anger over his government's handling of covert nineteen in the wake of the tokyo olympics. He announced friday that he will not seek reelection as leader of the liberal democrat party or ldp at the end of september suge age. Seventy two became prime minister just one year ago after long-serving prime minister shinzo ave stepped down over health concerns. He said during a party meeting friday that he wanted to focus on the corona virus pandemic instead of continuing on as the head of the ldp with a general election upcoming in the fall. Sagoes resignation paves the way for a new leader of the world's third largest economy. Here's what the know about subas resignation and what it means for japan. Why is suge stepping aside after just a year in office. Soukous popularity has plummeted over his handling of the corona virus. Pandemic japan is currently battling its largest wave of the virus since the pandemic began subas insincere and ambiguous comments and actions on containing the pandemic every single day have may japanese citizens very frustrated says yoshikazu cotto a research fellow at the racquet insecurities economic research institute in tokyo. The public nowadays basically does not trust the government at all suka hoped the olympics would help boost his popularity but despite a record medal count for japan has ratings sank even lower. The number of covert nineteen cases has surged to all-time highs in recent weeks in japan due to the more contagious delta variant. The japanese public angry after subas decision to hold the international event in the midst of a pandemic as increasingly ignored government pleas to stay at home support for the prime minister was below thirty percent in both july and august according to polls by local media suge has long been under pressure due to criticism of his corona virus response and a host of other issues says christie davila the deputy director of the asia program at the german marshall fund of the united states. But the ground really shifted over the last couple of weeks and his support from within the party eroded quickly experts say that l. dp members began to worry that having suge as party leader could cost them seats in the general election which must be held before the end of november. My guess is that he was persuaded to step aside. Says jeff kingston. The director of asian studies at temple university japan. Who will be japan's next. Prime minister japan has a parliamentary system. And the l..
"prime minister" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
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"prime minister" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition
"So golden and another detainee protested the transfers by threatening suicide hidden. Emergency other detainees recorded at the audio breaks up a bed. It's about connection. Got three positive. Tested for corona virus. Here what else. They brought him in here today while we were sleeping. And stop the transfers that day but it was just one of many protests around the country as code outbreaks at ice facilities became more in common. How can we trust these people like how and this is nationwide from the facility. Goldens distrust of ice and the people in charge of detention facilities is common among detainees. And it's making it even harder to manage the rise of covert infections. Currently only about thirty percent of detained immigrants have gotten their first vaccine shot. Well below the national average of sixty percent and lower than the rate at federal prisons at the same time ice facilities are filling up again. Today there are about twenty seven thousand immigrants in custody nearly double from march as more migrants detained at the us mexico border. It's a very dangerous time for any attention setting to be increasing the flux of people and staff into the buildings homer venter's is an epidemiologist on president biden's kovic nineteen health equity task force. He says the situation did improve last year. After ice was ordered to release emigrants now as the number of detainees is going back up ventures worried about the process of getting them vaccinated kind of a mass offer and everybody in the housing area. Either takes it or signs of refusal but in there there are actually people who have really legitimate normal questions of questions about their medications or their medical history. It was nearly mid-may when creme golden was offered a vaccine at the detention center in alabama yet questions though because he already been infected by the virus and he was still feeling ill but he says there was no one available to answer them and he didn't have ways to get informed he said no to the vaccine will evolve over situation and people. Don't talk to us as if we're human or have commonsense or even care that they should have to say well you know. Let me explain misty. Ice didn't grant an interview for this story. But ed gonzales who might become its new leader recently told congress at a confirmation hearing that quote health and safety is paramount. He said he wants to make sure. Certain standards are being met. Ice is also being criticized for lacking a culturally appropriate vaccination plan. Teresa chang is an er doctor working with the project at ucla that tracks covert nineteen deaths among detained in incarcerated people. She takes calls on a medical hotline. Set up for immigrant detainees. Vigils have told me that they were offered. The vaccine in english spoke spanish today. They didn't even understand. What was the hard core. Civic a private company contracted by ice to run. Many detention centers said that it was working to enhance vaccination procedures as needed. It did not answer questions about providing information in languages other than english. One good sign is that ice is now building up. Its own vaccine supply for months. It's been up to each detention center to secure doses from local officials. Now that ice has its own supply. Vaccinations are increasing. But chang says that the agency needs to do more with this trend of detentions. It's nowhere near enough. Were in a world of hurt. Some immigrant and public health advocates. Say there's just no way for detention centers to be safe during a pandemic serene shebeen leads the national immigration project of the national lawyer. Skilled in dc. People should be out in the community where they can get vaccines and they can be with. You know families. They can have support structures and they can pursue their immigration cases that way for now. The biden administration appears to be heading in the opposite direction placing more immigrants in detention centers while attempting to increase vaccinations for the world. I'm monica campbell. We've got more coming up in the second half of the show. You're listening to the world. Just a few days left before the game began in tokyo for the first time surfing will be at the olympics..
"prime minister" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition
"Culprit is pepe the pig the british accent cartoon that has become a favourite of lockdown kids and their parents who need to distract them. Dominique wellman is one of those parents. She noticed her daughter was speaking. Just like pepe dominique. Welcome thank you so tell us about your daughter. When did you notice that. She was speaking with a british accent. She started doing that last year when she was to We had decided to travel to oregon. Which is a few are drive and thought let's try a cartoon and see if she enjoys cartoons to kind of keep busy and not when she kind of became enamored with capac. Give me an example. Something she said with that british accent or like a a word that she's chosen that is not typically nervous category yes. She says quite a few She would call me. Mummy pig one of the favorites she still to this day. Calls refers to santa claus as father christmas dominique. What have you noticed. Generally about how your daughter has developed. Language skills does mimicking pepe. The pig follow any pattern While when she was said about to she was still having issues speaking at all and when she started watching peg it really helped her develop language and initially. It was not unique sentences. At all like you went. I would speak to each other directly. Speak only in as sentences from the show suggest direct lines from the show in. It started to develop from that well. That's pretty remarkable. So in some ways. I'm guessing you must love pepe the pig i do i do. It's not my personal favorite television show by it. Did a lot for my daughter and i i'm gonna love it forever because of that. I'm just wondering though. What was it about this series pep of the pig that your daughter loved. I mean the only thing that she's ever really dialed into as a cartoon. God i don't know that's a good question you know. They're very short. It's it's like ten to fifty minutes per episode. It's very bright and colorful and she would try to climb up to the tv to touch them to get into it. She was so obsessed with this television. Show no other show interested her at all. How do you feel about your kids being with a british accent. you suddenly feel oddly inferior. Well she definitely is cuter than i am. And that's totally fine me so you know i saw let it be. When i was tanner for several months i thought it was cool to talk. Paul george It didn't last very long. How long do you think the of the pig accent syndrome is going allows for your daughter. She's still speaks when she speaks about the show but it lasted fully for at least a year so i think it does go away with being in an environment. That's not you know. We're not in an english household. Dominic wellman is dealing with daughter. Who has started speaking in a british accent. Thanks to pepe the pig the cartoon. Thanks very much all the best. Thank you last year. A lot of kovic hotspots emerged within enclosed facilities places like nursing homes and prisons also detention centers run by us immigration and customs enforcement or ice now infections at ice facilities are on the rise again as vaccination rates remained low. The world's immigration editor. Monica campbell reports at the situation is worrying public health experts. Krim golden. Couldn't believe what was happening. It was march twenty twenty and he was an ice custody in a remote part of alabama kobe. nineteen fears were rising and it. alarmed golden. That new detainees who seemed. Ill were being transferred inside at the time. It all everybody's scared. And we didn't have cleaning supplies or any quarantine methods. So golden and another detainee protested the transfers by threatening suicide hidden. Emergency.
"prime minister" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition
"They drug. Sto of former rural schoolteacher spoke before thousands of supporters in downtown lima last night. More than six weeks after election day was declared that casteel won the race by a hair. Just one quarter of a percentage point casillas. A son of illiterate farmers from peru's northern andean highlands. It will be the first time he holds public office for more. We have the world's latin. America correspondent on the line or valencia. Or why did take so long to have the official results. Well marco because that's how long it took for elections officials to sort through claims of voting fraud casteel opponent the former congresswoman geico for him already issued a litany of complaints of irregularities that. We now know where unfounded. So many see that this now official result is a repudiation of the establishment that keiko fujimori it represents i spoke with how yet portocarrero my he's the executive director of a think-tank and lima called the social economic. Research consortium of peru if is to multiple game. You're sorta go way but rome. If i cut it on my says that the official result him represents a vote for change. Because he's a member of a party that is rooted in marxism and leninism so for a country that is as conservative as pru is for voters to vote for a member of that party. It means that people really asking for a major economic change in the country so politically said horry. Custodio is very different from mainstream politicians in peru. I'm also casio's background. Someone from a rural and largely indigenous area is not common among peruvian politicians. How much was that. A factor in the elections. I think it was a big factor. Beto custody joe is the first candidate in recent memory to come directly from rural peru to the presidency and he warned largely under support of rural areas. He won by a landslide in some parts of the andes. Some parts of the amazon. Where a lot of people like him who might be farmers who might come from indigenous backgrounds from. I spoke about this with god. Love skagit goes. He's been studying racing ethnicity proof for years now and he's a professor at the catholic university at lima rural deter. He's from anaemia background. And so he is part of a underdogs to say non american way. So i think people identify with him easily marco. I think it's worth highlighting that not only was customers background. A factor in the support that he got but it was also likely a factor in the opposition that he received the claims of voting fraud focused almost entirely on mostly indigenous areas. Which is where casio got most of his support from. But i'm wondering or hey. With such a thin margin of victory nationally for gusty yo over for maurya a quarter of a percentage point. Will there be peruvians. Who won't see his victory as a mandate to govern. I think that there are already are. I mean what some political scientists say is that they believe. That's something similar to what we saw in the. Us election is what might happen in peru that some people might continue to say. We think that the vote was stolen and therefore he is not our president and also fujimori has a lot of political capital. Her father is the former president fujimori. And this is the third time that she comes within an inch of becoming president herself and it is very likely that she herself will continue to present opposition to casino so now that there is an official result. Pedro casinos president. What are voters saying about this. Man who will officially become president on the twenty eighth of july a think marco that people whether or not they support beddoe custody. Joe i think a majority of the country is just relieved to have certainty and to know who the next president will be. I spoke with selenium bravo. She is a university student and lima. And here's what she had to say. You'll what stadium. Locate one three mean ramose bureaucratic radical bro says that she voted for a better procedural and that she wants to see a radical change in peru now. Congress is divided among many parties. But the people who voted for him they say that what they want is radical change. The world's latin america correspondent valencia on the final official result of the peruvian presidential race. Pedro castillo the victor or. Hey thanks very much for your time. You're welcome marco whore. Hey we'll be back later in the show to tell us about the latest pop song of protest in cuba. The european union once again is denouncing poland and hungary both countries accused today of restricting press. Freedom nothing new there but now a.
"prime minister" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition
"Marco werman. You're with the world good to have you with us. This tuesday who is in charge. That is the question. Many haitians have been asking following the assassination of president. Juvenal moe's now. There seems to be some clarity today. Cluj zeph the prime minister who took control of the government following the assassination. He said he's stepping down. And reo anri. A neurosurgeon and politician is stepping up with merrin corsie editor of the haitian news outlet yuba post and joins us in port-au-prince the haitian capital with loft to so much uncertainty and confusion. How did haitian officials come to this arrangement to form a new well. There is lots of questions we're getting Very governments what happened as mr l. e. u. was selected. Today's to become prime minister by the former presidents. John movies. Mr early surgeon is very close to each ck. Which is the body of the previous presidents. but what happened is if you see the composition of this cabinet. It is filled with folks who are very very close to the speech. Ck putty for instance. You have Zeph he was the minister but he's back to his government as ministry of foreign affairs. So eliza people criticizing these governments saying Insinuation of the same old government of the ck and there is nothing new there. What role did the us and other countries. Play an advocating for this new leadership. Oh i think it's a critical war. I think nobody will argue that if it was not for. The intervention of the international community would not have these government here. I mean what happened is right after jesse nation closures. If resigned two days before yes nation as minister stepped in to feel the will and all the way wounded. Recently she was talking about building a government but coming. How can we don't know quite frankly what happens. And the international community make a u-turn and says oh actually again he is suppose to continuing with building his cabinet which is something that he was doing a before. Yes that's the president's so the international community plays a role but this is rather criticize if you talk to people in civil society equation over at least three hundred organizations get together to say that they set up a committee that will select the new residents and the new minister of the country so seeing the role of the international community not listening soup for in the civil society calling for change calling for a new government calling for something that is more inclusive than having the voice. Not being heard is something that is being very criticized here. So what is the prognosis for a prime minister on re bringing stability to haiti in the midst of all this well i think he gets lots in his hands. He's major concern right now. He's sort of strengthening. He's leader shipment his power because he's questions by a lot of people and people don't consider him illegitimate govan legitimacy anyway. Because you don't have anything in constitution or anything in the laws of the country. That says how you should run. The country weighing in virtually every democratic institution is dismantle. But he has of things in his end you have the security climates that he has to deal with you have the humanitarian crisis. That is becoming dire. You have fuel shortage knowing the country. You have the election because you still have to hold elections right. We don't know yet. What is coming which agenda he would bring but what we think will happen is there is no possibility and i don't think the international community is pushing for right now to to have election in september with low marine corps the editor of the haitian news outlet ugo post speaking with us from port-au-prince about the formation of a new government in haiti will thank you very much. Thank you in peru at long last president. Officially.
"prime minister" Discussed on Risky Business
"Interview I started off by asking Malcolm Turnbull. . Why he's so interested in Cyber Security and here's what he had to say. . Well, , it was clearly it's clearly the challenges of his sleigh very real a I guess the question is, , why was I personally interested in it? ? Well, , I've always had a big interest in. . Networks computing I'm not a you know. . On. . Climb to have any technical skills. . But I ask a lot of questions and try to understand things pretty well, , and I've got a conceptual understanding of the challenges facing. . I. . Took the view that we needed to become. . Much, much , more alert to cybersecurity challenge I wanted to get Assad is security industry going strike on that was said there was a hall innovation agenda The behind the cybersecurity strategy of twenty six. . But. . I also wanted to reach out and Mike show the public understood the issue and that business understood the issue because you know it's the point that Rob Joyce might to you in your Hud cast with him. . You know the dies win signals. Intelligence . organizations could regard the job as being limited only to government is really I've I mean everybody everybody is site connected the attack victis <hes> ubiquitous, , right? ? So you've gotta Mike or that everybody. . Is maintaining a high level of cybersecurity awareness. . My concern was and I think snowden was a very good example of this is a lot of senior leadership even in an organization like the Ns cy would clearly not sufficiently aware. . Of who had a systems? ? Administrator acts level access where data was actually stored <hes>. . You know where it was mirrored <unk> probably more relevantly. . So there's a there's just it just needed to get a lot more. . Level of awareness you know there's a lot of. . and. . I would still be there today but you know I remember five or six or seven years ago you know <hes> just reflecting on how many lodge industrial businesses some in the tech. . Telecom. . Tech area. . Others. . Grittier. . Industrial, businesses. , . Would have a lot of machines connected one way or another to the Internet where the user ID was Admin in the password was one, , two, , three, , four, , zero. . I think I think sadly, , we are still somewhat in the same place like things are improving, , but it's it's a shocker and you're right people didn't necessarily aware that things were quite as bad as they were Nah, , and so I think that so so that's that's why I wanted to take it on and I had got I've learned a lot about network security from paypal the ISD over the years and also <hes> from Mike Galvin you're not who I think I mentioned in the in my book in the chapter on the NBN mock was a the guy that had been in charge of the security <hes> bought had was had been at that time is like twenty thirteen was in charge of the rollout of the broadband, , they fixed line. . were, , which doing you know as as we ended up doing <hes> multi technology program I didn't use didn't use. . I see as far as me but they were certainly doing a lot of fob at the. . <hes> and so I spent a lot of time with mark understanding the. . The characteristics of that top of network and the various risks and y you can mitigate. . while. . I'm very glad you brought that up because you describe in your book that that Mike had had sort of. . He had you convinced that it was a risk strategy to use high risk? ? Vendors at the edge of the NBA now, , of course, , your. . Not, , in government at this point and the Labor government, , the then Labor government had announced that it would Ben- Hawaii from participating. . In, , the NBA role that was a decision at the time that you disagreed with. . Yeah. . Well I. . I was satisfied that you could mitigate the. . <hes>, , you could mitigate the risk if you'll. . If the a participation of the highest vendor participation wow is not the only highest van Doren China's <unk> provider of. . I've heard you mentioned Israel. . is another potentially homeless country in view? Yeah. ? . It has. . Yeah and so you the if you limit that they kit to the edge in the end being in the context of. . F. T. T. N. network really the multi-service. . Service exit. . Slides. . The you know the on the streets you know that connecting to the last mile or more likely last couple of hundred meters, , COUPLA? ? The conclusion that bt had walls that they could manage that and the and so and look it. . It's not it's not without risk you're not. . Just a question of trading off against the the obvious savings because of the mole vendors you get into the mix, the , better price you'll get, , it may be that you ended up buying mostly European or American boxes but <HES>, , if they. . Enough, though , some competition, you , probably get them at a better price so that coal edge distinction was really central. . To everything that was being done in terms
"prime minister" Discussed on Poutine Politics
"Yeah. Yes and nineteen seventy. Yes the October crisis yeah. I'm sorry we were at war nine, hundred, seventy. Well, there was a war going on somewhere. Trudeau. So like I said journals not necessarily I. Don't think he's was like the worst, but he wasn't angry but look claims and then to all agree yeah because he's flamboyant he liked to look at him look at what all of his. Grand Spectacle but we would he do another one that I think it's slide away too frequently Joe Clark Right 'cause Joe Clark was in a No win scenario right and. He did the right things. So he should be higher up on the short-term list. He's one of the ones think should be like one or two on short term. I don't think he was that creative prime minister overall because. He he wasn't even a year right but he had to make tough decisions and he made those tough decisions, right? So I, just a one of the interesting things that I reading at with Trudeau let's say with with with pet I I was reading about just doing the research that I was doing for this and Kinda like okay I. Know There's a lot that I know there's a whole bunch of people I can cut out and be like, yeah they're not GONNA make my list no matter what Yeah of course. ACT A lot of people. Yeah. But it was it was it was Kinda reading about the whole thought of how much people complain about how much he added to the debt while he was prime minister how much he added to the national debt and not not even thinking about it because of because of a good chunk of the time that he was prime minister but the fact that during during a good chunk of time when he was prime minister there were a lot of financial issues around the world and again, just kind of like now and two thousand, eight. Canada. Wasn't the only country that was suffering financially right. And so much so much gets put on him for adding so much money to that. But you know like there was the two, the two oil crises in the in the seventies, and that caused a lot of issues in the united, states as well and in Europe and. Like. I understand why we have such a limited view when we complain about things that we don't like but. You almost need that that wider view of the world especially when you're talking about world leaders to say, Oh, well, I mean okay. Yeah things looked bad here but things look bad everywhere. Right you WanNa you WANNA use the error of measuring stick yeah. So your choice was Pearson My choice was Laurel Years Pearson by a mile mine was Laura by like an inch. Well. That is a look at our favorite prime minister well, best prime minister, not favorite prime minister because I. I again I think even those two terms have different meanings so Let's hear. It means that you let the most yes. Exactly. The best. All right anyways. So who we believe the best prime ministers in history of Canada. From Putin politics. My Name's Adam is by we'll talk to you soon..
"prime minister" Discussed on Poutine Politics
"So I would say that my one a is Louis Laurel. And my one be Lester Pearson Blow wrong really. Yeah. It's Pearson it has to be Pierce. It has ninety wells. Okay. Not even club. Why is it not even close? Essentially. All of the main social programs that we use he created. Okay. He was not a politician because he wanted to be. All right I think that's a key indicator like if you want to be a politician because he wanted to be politician usually Mike. Well, you have alternatives you want people. So are you doing the widsom best interest country with special interests a you and there's a law of prime minister that you could say. I know what you're doing you. WanNa be a prime minister. You don't ask who is right for the country and I can think of the last two ministers and go. Both of you call them, fi yeah yeah. Easily qualify for that right right and what he did it you can even. Say Well he didn't do that. Well, I mean he won the Nobel Peace Prize for his he created the blue berets, right? Okay. So Now and. That was that was that was one of the things where I'm like I think Pearson could be could be above law in my eyes but the reason why I chose long over. Pearson. was. Okay. So I the Nobel Peace Prize big thing. It did technically happen before he became prime minister or as a result of things he did before he was prime minister set. So I was like. Okay do I count that as as as part of being Prime Minister? I probably shouldn't just because it occurred beforehand Brian. So the reason why and and you're right that Pearson Pearson's prime ministership led to you know like account a pension plan and and and Health Canada Act and you know those different social safety nets and things like that. The reason why I picked the wrong though is that during while he was prime minister, some of those programs got their start and Pearson was part of his cabinet while he was prime minister. So in a way I kind of look at it as Pearson. Almost continued on with some of the things that Louis Laura started, and that was that was kind of the thing to me that. Barely barely puts Laura over the edge. In my point of view, that's how close I feel they are. but I feel like because you know whether it was all they'd old age pensions the start of the federal government supporting the provinces in regards to healthcare costs the start of of the equalization payments and transfer payments systems happened under under the wrong guy for me. You know he was he was there with the formation of NATO in the United Nations depending on how you feel about the those organizations and kind of helping with the beginnings of peacekeeping forces with the United Nations. So it was it was those kinds of things I was looking at and saying. You know again it's just barely..
"prime minister" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"What would happen if a world leader were totally disappear? As in the leader of a major country was to just vanish into thin air without a trace. Such a thing actually happened fifty years ago when a nation's prime minister disappeared, and his body was never found. Learn more about how world leader just disappear in the fallout from the disappearance on this episode of everything, everywhere, daily. This episode of everything everywhere daily is sponsored by listeners like you. Creating a daily show like this is an easy researching writing and recording daily show takes quite a bit of time, and you have to do it every single day over on Patriot Dot Com. There's a small but growing community of listeners who support the show with their donations. In addition to showing your support for the show, you can also get some extra benefits. Benefits as well depending on your level of sponsorship, you can be listed as associate or executive producer of the show. There's monthly original wallpapers for your desktop and smartphone as well as merchandise stickers, t shirts and hoodies depending on your sponsorship level, you can also submit ideas directly to me because this is a daily show and I need a lot of show ideas. Next month, patrons will also be able to get monthly books of the episode transcripts as part of their support as new projects, products and event roll out over the next several months. Patrons will have first dibs on everything. If you'd like to be a sponsor, go to patriotdepot dot com slash everything everywhere or click on the link in the show notes. Herald hold the seventeenth Prime Minister of Australia. He served for almost two years from early nineteen, sixty, six to late, nineteen, sixty seven. As Australian prime ministers go. He isn't really ranked very high. Most historical rankings I've seen have him ranked near the bottom, but not quite at the bottom. It was the leader of the Liberal Party and he was elected in a landslide in January nineteen, sixty six. Under his administration, he ushered in several significant changes to Australia. You took the country off the Australian pound, and onto the decimalised Australian dollar. The other big thing he was known for was escalating Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War on the side of the Americans during a visit to the United States. He said he was all the way with LBJ which didn't play very well with the audience back home. This is not about the highlights of the Herald government however. This is about what happened on December seventeenth nineteen, sixty seven. Hold was a regular and strong swimmer who frequently went swimming in the ocean, and we'll go spearfishing. You had an ability to hold his breath for long periods of time, which you would often practice doing during boring speeches in parliament. When he became prime minister, his closest aides expressed concern about his hobby. Is Press Secretary Tony Eggleton was very worried about the dangers of him, swimming in the ocean to which Holt replied. Look Tony. What are the odds of a Prime Minister? Being drowned or taken by a shark. On December sixteenth, he flew from Canberra Melbourne. Business and to take some time off. He met with friends, attended a dinner and a cocktail party, and by all accounts had a very normal day. On December seventeenth, he had an early breakfast, and then met some friends at eleven fifteen, and settled to drive to his Beach House Portsea on the Mornington insular south south of Melbourne. Along the way at Twelve fifteen pm, he suggested to the group that they stop and take a swim at chef. Wa beach a place. He had been swimming many times. Only one other person other than hold entered the water because conditions were too rough. Whole. Swam out to deeper water. and was never seen again. By one thirty Victoria police had begun searching for it began one of the largest search and rescue operations in Australia's history there at least fifty divers searching in the area where he had been last seen, but their efforts were thwarted by the conditions search operations were finally suspended on January fifth in his body was never found. The Prime Minister of Australia simply beneath the waves and was never seen again. Of course when anyone noteworthy dies unexpectedly, conspiracy theories will always follow and the disappearance of Harold Holt was no exception. Perhaps the grandest conspiracy theory was that Holt was asleep agent for the Chinese Communists on the Dan question he was actually picked up by Chinese submarine and was taken to China where he lived the rest of his life in Beijing. This is a pretty low probability conspiracy, considering that he was trying to stop the spread of communism in Asia through the Vietnam War and personally didn't like Chinese food. Also, a study showed that there was no way a submarine could have actually parked anywhere close to that beach given how shallow it was. Another conspiracy said that he actually committed suicide because he was about to be blackmailed, or because he was tired of the job, come over his children, vehemently denied, as he simply could have resigned from his position, and had planned a full day of activities and swimming with friends beach that you regularly visit is an Ottawa to kill yourself. Another theory says that the woman he was with that day. Marjorie Glaspie was actually his lover and they were having an affair. The plan was to fake his death, so the two could run off to live in France. Yet another theory blames the CIA because you can't have a conspiracy theory without the CIA. This one says that the killed him because he was going to pull Australian troops out of Vietnam and or because he was going to kick the united. States out of military bases in country. A final conspiracy says he was murdered by the North Vietnamese who had agents who poisoned him with nerve gas, which caused him to drown. What all of these theories have in common is a lack of evidence. Since the disappearance of Harold Holt it's become a topic for black humor in Australia the writer Bill Bryson called it the swim. That didn't require a towel. One Australian Rugby League. Commentator said of the perpetually losing Cronulla Sutherland. Sharks that waiting for chronology to win. A grand file is like leaving a porch light on for Harold Holt. After that statement opposing fans would bring pictures of the Games to taunt the team. The case file on the disappearance of Harold. Holt was eventually closed in two thousand, five with the local corner, reporting the following. Mr. Hall took an unnecessary risk and drowned in rough water off of Chevron Beach. There is nothing of significance in any of the material gathered. That would indicate anything other than a drowning occurred. Executive producer of everything everywhere daily is James Makhala. To everyone who supports the show over on patron? Please remember to leave a review over on apple podcasts. Even a simple review can really help the show. Get discovered in the Sea of other podcasts that are out there..
"prime minister" Discussed on The Nordic Mum
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"prime minister" Discussed on The Nordic Mum
"Hi there. I'm Susanna to Nordic Mom I expo haughtily block the minimalistic natural way embracing the Scandinavian way. Less is more approach in life. I talk nude woman about their journeys and how they live their lives with their new lifestyle wherever they are happy unhealthy living to Scandinavia way. This is the Nordic mom there if he followed me for a while he would have known own that my son ports would on my laptop which means that. I'm working for my Hubby's laptop and hope that Father Christmas will bring me one of my own own and I was actually going to wrap up but I felt compelled to do this particular episode. Because I've got lots of messages lots of requests and yeah lots of people. Just come into me. Can you explain what's happening into Phoenix politics ticks. Now if you follow Scandinavian News News from New Dick you would have known that last week as Sunda Marine aged thirty four became prime prime minister of Finland. Now how did that happen. That's what I'm going to talk about here today. And also about the bigger political climate and feeling why there's so much more women in politics and doing amazing job than perhaps in Australia or UK or US so let's go back to nineteen zero. Six nine hundred. Zero six is when Fillon was the Grand Duchy of Russia and we were under the Russian rule but we have our own parliament and the famous woman. Get the the right to vote nine hundred ninety six and following year in the parliamentary election. Nineteen women were selected to parliament. First Time ever so so. Finland has a history already that women are active and they are part of the political climate madden conversation as it is in other countries as well but we have kind of come to take it as it's our birthright we didn't you have to fight for it anymore and men have come to accept and respect so we don't have the kind of political competition you see in Australia media where you have your first female Prime Minister Julia Gillard and when people talk about here on her makeup to lack of makeup or lack lack of hair hero. She has done her hair or look at those clothing and eats comes personal rather than business and talking about the policies that she's he's doing and political decision she's doing so that's that's a difference there so if we then come forward you know what what seventeen today so yes we get the right to vote and get into parliament really early like really over one hundred years ago but then through our decades finished women have been really active and our first elected president. Who doesn't have power as such but who is more like a figurehead ahead was elected year? Two thousand thirty hollering who served two consecutive six year presences and who was hugely popular amongst men and women and at the same time when she was elected year two thousand in two thousand and three our first female prime minister was elected. So there's already history impact around there and and then today what happened so two three weeks ago now. The there was a postal strike in Finland and the negotiator with the two boast office which is owned by the government when it going that well and there was confusion or who said what. And what did the government know and so forth fought and administer had to resign and after his Minnesota's on who was in charge of the postal strike. The Prime Minister had resigned as well as it came parent. The coalition government wasn't supporting him. His deputy was stunned. Marine eight thirty four and she was nominated as the candidate for the Prime Ministry Post and she was elected. No Son Marine is not just someone who who just came out of the woodworks. She has a political background. And what I mean by that is that she was very active in her time in university university and school. She was reactive. She was always interested about social and economical affairs and how it affects people. And how can you improve the things. She was first one in her family to go to university graduate and go to university and she goes to administrative Masters Administration Administrative Masters Runner which translator translated so she graduated with you know honors from as a masters from university but she also has been in the politics in council level in better better where she leaves long before she was elected to parliament. In two thousand fifteen so it's not that she came from nowhere now she's also mother of two year old daughter and she and her partner she's married happing gather for a while well and it's just like she's like you and me she's a mother with a child and she has a job and her job just happens to be the prime minster of Finland now but before that she was a minister in the government that Mr Anti Arena was head off as a prime minister before he was then dropped on she was selected. But when you look at the other woman in Finding some common parliament the coalition government. There's five parties making these collision and all those five coalition party leaders are women. They're all sit in the parliament having a ministry post. There's thirteen women and seven male in the Finnish government as minister so this majority majority of majority of his Women and the election didn't that was hold early. Held early early two year. Ninety three of the two hundred elected members where women that's like the nearly fifty percent and all these coalition leaders. They all have a background in. Politics is not like this is first time they ever being in politics. They are seasoned politicians. They being they're pushing Gender equality they've been there pushing policies that they feel dea for their party and for themselves so this is not a sudden change and I think that's what people think when they look at it and then you like. That's odd. Well it's not that old and when you speak to offend in Finland and always look look into compensation and social media and speaking to my friends in Finland what do you think about that and they all live. We are so proud with so proud that we have a female prime minister who who can communicate. Uh The way we understand. And it's a woman and we can relate to her. My friends are saying we can relate to her. She's a mother she's she's working. Mother and we can relate to no matter what her background. She's a Social Democrat and whether it's Greens by Crown or whatever it said. She feels like she's relatable person as she's likable person. And she comes from the generation where you're able to communicate your sophomore. And she's very very savvy using social media and I must say that there is such a striking contrast we'd her speech way should deliver speeches against the previous Prime Minister Antonin who was very Caucasian male older male. And she he perhaps gene have the charisma to deliver her message as effectively as as Submarines us now on her maiden speech submarine says we want to string education equality and the skills we want to be a condie where every child can become anything and everyone can leave old safely and happily now work equality is the key here and education. Now other thing that you might not have known son Marine comes from the Rainbow Family so oh she has to mothers and she has commented on the fact that she lived in the suburbs in Tumbler which is the third largest city in Finland and she has to mothers and the people didn't really make a fuss about it but she said that she felt quiet about her family. She felt that she could express her love of and respect to us is to mothers who were raising her up because it was not the thing to do at the time but she said she felt really loved. I am proud to be the daughter and very she was always very straight-forward and point and able to you know say back to people able if there was any comments made about her family and the food is political highland thespian very much positive and very complimentary luminary commentary comments about from overseas and in Phoenix Newspapers magazines and articles about her and there has been not even one that I have seen saying okay. She hasn't done her hair or look at the dress. She's wearing none of that and I have to say I'm really proud about that. Because that would be deemed as unprofessional behavior from the journalists. To say something like that. I'm sure there will be some comments or maybe more woman's magazine but there has been no articles about all look at what she's wearing because justin what Julia Gillard have to go through here. Australia mainstream journals and newspapers were going after her looks rather in her policies. And that's hasn't happened but I hope that one happened either. I think we are a feminist country. I think we Finns often meanest because even two men they are all saying this is great like the former prime minister. Alexandra Stop said are rejoice that the leaders of the five parties in government are female and his party is in opposition and he sees the. This is such a historical moment to see these women doing the same as men and that this is not about gender this is not about gender bias conversation. This is about these women have a vision this about these women on our leaders and it doesn't matter they're a man or a woman they're just politicians. They are just leaders of their own right and and I think that's what people find so difficult to accept and so difficult anticipate handed. How could it be that in Finland these women are running? The country will hello. It doesn't matter if they're women and tell you what if the successor of entering would've been a meal. If those five women the leaders of the coalition parties a funeral would have been a men. There would have been not even even one article in BBC independent time anywhere about this because it would not happen news wooded. Hey all additions on you know men in politics you know like you know who cares about it but because it's a woman it's comes comes as a surprise. I would like you to come away from this episode thinking that if it's possible in Finland it is possible everywhere and I sit here in Australia and I'm looking at the Australian political conversation. We'd sadness at sometimes sometimes but look at it that there's this little claims of hope every now and then when you see a very strong female member in the parliament the saying really wise words and keeping really hot Tom to politicians asking questions and asking them to answer them and keeping them accountability of their actions and I would hope that that will lead on something in future but I think it might have to take a while. I don't think it's going to happen the next general election unfortunately so and same things Coz to us and same thing goes to UK as well you get has had strong leaders Margaret Thatcher and terrorism. Me Who is prime minister. But it's just that maybe in UK it's more more is more balanced there and maybe my British listens will be like well. No it's not but from where I'm sitting it is more when I'm comparing to Austrailia..
"prime minister" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Of doing it we can do a lot of penguin goes eight one source of Adrian. Fox's camera Matt's penguins from around two thousand feet feet but actually they're being observed from far higher than that in fact from space as discovered back at the British Antarctic Survey Eh in Cambridge. So these are high resolution satellite inches of penguin colonies in Antarctica Fretwell from the team which tracks penguins. But actually when you zoom into these images you can actually see the penguins and sells images are so high resolution. It is such an incredible liberal idea. Realistic counting penguins from space will. Yes but it's very very useful because penguins especially things like improprieties bringing exceptionally remote and challenging harsh conditions. So actually getting people out there even getting a plane out can be almost impossible. And what has your search been telling you about these populations so if you go back ten years. We didn't know how many there were or where they worked. But now using satellite imagery we've been able to double the number of colonies. Elise we know about we now know there are fifty to fifty three colon. These half of those have been found by satellite imagery. The discovery of colonie sounds like good news but in fact back to these animals are facing an unprecedented threat. Dr Filter Thurn is head of conservation biology and propellants breed on series in a warming world. We'll see reduction in sea ice possibly by as much as thirty to forty percent and in that context the won't be sufficiency officiency ice in some areas for them to breed in effect. What you're saying is emperor? Penguins are under threat of extinction thus right with the climate scenarios Charlie that we're live to see the course of this century then we will lose substantial elements of the European population. Thirty percent. Fat Is is really significant and worrying. NBC Let me play Devil's advocate for a moment. Why does it matter why would a world without an the penguins matter? Well that's a good philosophical question. Why does he matter if a species goes extinct? Why does he have any species or many species extinct? Would you like to we. We live in a world where we have no penguins and no rhino. No elephants and no orangutangs. I certainly wouldn't like to see my children growing in a will to these much less rich and less diverse than this is the moment because once they're gone we can't bring and our. I Bet I had my own Penguin citing with meteorologist John Law who just look yes. She's awesome deady penguins. They're just tiny the ones that just a pair of them. Just stand on the intrigued by the house. However often you see their workers so comical the what around slide night across when they did it on their bellies? It's great to save the BBC's Martha Kearney reporting there from Antarctica Technology it makes. Our lives is easier and sometimes modern gadgets seemed to have a mind of their own take this moment for instance. There's no snow in the forecast. Is that blurted out by an apple. Watch the man wearing. It was a BBC meteorologist who was on live TV giving a weather update with snowy shots. The background to get sort of almost blizzard conditions like this even in places like Minneapolis and Denver and Denver's very high up cost without. That's that's yeah that's my thing is in. The forecast is pleased that we're listening to what I was saying. Apologies for that. I was not part of the plan. Thomas SCHAAF and knocker took to twitter and said I never summon Siri and Shafi knockers defense. His watch was likely giving a local forecast in the UK while he was busy talking about whether in the US where there is a lots of snow Wright's theory don't answer me while I'm talking the. US National Weather Service is warning against travel today through Saturday Saturday night across big stretches of the American West so use common sense and stay safe out there. You're listening to the world in Ghana. An archaeologist works to reveal a legacy of slavery and finds more than she expected acted. I wouldn't stay here after nightfall after delivers ghosts.
"prime minister" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Marco Werman. This is the world good to have you with us this Friday. We've been watching. His political unrest has intensified in Iraq. The past few days culminating today with the resignation of the prime minister. Let me get you up to speed on. Wednesday demonstrators set fire to the Iranian consulate in the southern Iraqi city of Non Jeff yesterday with tension in the Air Iraqi security forces his shot and killed more than sixty protesters in cities across the country. The bloodiest day yet in this uprising. which has been underway since last month then then today? Iraq's top Shia Muslim cleric condemned the use of force and called for a new government Iraq's Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mati stepped down shortly after live Cuba's a senior adviser to Iraq's Prime Minister and is currently in London how surprised are you by Abdul Mahdi's announcement. It was not surprised at all the prime minister had to go. He should have gone based on the advice given to him by many people including myself weeks ago. But I think and he's a shrewd politician. He thought he can hold on obesity hideous the end of the road. Now he's out. There is vacuum and there Big Big questions on what's coming next. And what was the significance of Iraq's top Shia leader Ayatollah Ali assist Donnie basically condemning the use of lethal force against protesters and calling for a new government will just bear in mind for a thousand years now dress and the previous.
"prime minister" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD
"It hello and welcome back to the space news pod daily podcast about space science and tech recently in the <hes> tried to land craft on the lunar surface on the moon but according to their scientists according to their engineers. It didn't make it there. It crashed landed in the lost the land so what i'm going to let you listen to right now is india's prime minister and india's prime minister is going to address the world about this moon landing anomaly so listen into this. This is amazing. It's so uplifting what he's talking about that. They have to keep going and keep pushing 'cause they're almost there the a y'all most made it so listen to this. It's pretty amazing and thank you for all of your support here. We go my scientists. Thanks for the last few of us dining room nation by the way the insularity inserted surf daddy d be the scientists who had embarked on the most ambitious mission over space program victim very gross be. We need to cover more ground their own times to every indian trillion with us brian. It has been alleged confidence the proud of space scientists that harlow and determination a better life not only for citizens but also so what other missions outcome data g. so people have our backs as to a better quality of life including health care and education facilities india's sud vamon that data we many more opportunities generally. We brow around these.
"prime minister" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"That from the prime minister exit polls in the country suggesting there will be no clear winner in the closely fought general election, the centrist blue and white alliance of former military chief Benny Ganz projected to win thirty six or thirty seven seats with the Likud party and its Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with about thirty three to thirty six seats. Both men have claimed victory. It could be up to a week. Maybe longer before the final results are certified. So what does it mean for the country and for the US James Phillips is a senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation here in Washington late today. I asked him what it means for the leading candidates and the Israeli people, and why the country is so deeply divided Israel in recent years has been very polarized because of the very traumatic events at his face of in terms of what's going on in Syria, potential, threats and Gaza. And. Just the general uncertain tenor of the Middle East. And I think it's going to take a long time to count these votes. Because even once the votes of, you know, the average citizen is counted it could take up to a week to count the votes of soldiers of prisoners and hospital patients if the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is reelected his party's reelected. He could become the longest serving prime minister this summer. He also could be the first prime minister to be indicted. Can you explain? He faces three charges of. Either bribery or corruption. That the attorney general has announced an intention to go forward with the official indictments. Probably won't be unveiled to July. And I think there's a hearing which neon who would have a chance to change the mind of the attorney general, but. Knows your if he is indicted that would hurt his political fortunes of although he wouldn't be required by law to resign unless he's convicted. And for those of us watching the campaign here in the US he seemed to have been taking a page out of Donald Trump's playbook. I think he has used some phrases because. In Israel, as in the US much of time media tends to skew leftists. And they're they're also is kind of an elite mentality among many in the media. And there's this. It's no there's no love lost between much of the Israeli media. And who and I think he's really played that up in order to give kind of a populous add to his political campaign both sides in Israel, declaring victory this evening. Who is Benny Ganz? Bennigans of fifty nine year old retired general who is a newcomer to politics and has done surprisingly. Well, given the fact that the prime minister Netanyahu was dominated Isreaeli politics for the last ten years but Gant through in with two other former commander in chief of the Israeli defense forces, and that has has made the blue and white party much more potent challenge to prime minister Netanyahu's Likud party, which up until recently was seen as the party of security. But the fact that general Gaunt's has. Ben, accompanied by other generals who have strong credibility on security issues that is kind of a cut in to prime minister Netanyahu's comparative advantage it at least compared to former his former. Chief rivals in the labor party bottom line based on your expertise, though. Mr. Phillips, you expect that it could be at least a couple of days before we know who is the next Israel, Prime Minister. I think it could be even a week's because although the the balance will be known in the next few days at that point Israel's president will pick who he deems most likely to be able to form a majority government and that could take. Many days of back room bargains. We will follow your assessment online at heritage dot.
"prime minister" Discussed on FT Politics
"What's the view on pursers? If that would if that is possible in any way. Absolutely possible. Very easy. It's number lining its declaration pretty short. They would be happy to see the UK in closer relationship. If to resume was willing to move red lines. So that that is completely deliverable. I think they most get about whether it really be decisive in in Westminster, which is the important point. I mean, you could move towards a customs union, but that would a the gnome bindings is going to be negotiated after Brexit. Anyway, you still need a backstop Northern Ireland. He'd have Northern Ireland specific arrangements that the DP hates and voted against. And if it was some kind of, you know, loose alliance between the prime minister, Jeremy Corbyn, they would also be pressing for lots of things the labor party, not particularly keenum, state-aid restrictions. The very strict the the deeper accustoms union, negotiate the the more of these leading level playing field provision. They will include and some of them. Jeremy? Been likes some of them. He doesn't there would be other issues that arise possibly budget contributions things like that. I mean, some of that can be fun. But ultimately, you're building around the backstop already exist in the in the withdrawal agreem-, you're making it a bit fuller and fleshed out and to allow for a better flow of goods, really. But what does that solve in Westminster? And I think a lot of people scratching their heads about him. As we run through these different options and describe the complications and the problems and are they going to work at Westminster. Are they going to deliver the majority Theresa May you start to wonder whether this may be leading a direction we haven't really discussed very much before which is this idea of a general election, which people are now starting to talk about as a possible way out of this morass Theresa May says it wouldn't be in the national interest. Seems record are saying something very similar before the two thousand seventeen election that she wasn't going to call. But you can imagine often few more weeks or months of discussions in airless rooms at Westminster in the mood getting worse and worse that also be a human craving to get out into the fresh air to deal directly to the British people. Try to get new mandate try to change the parliamentary maths, maybe a desperate measure. But is something that people are now starting to talk about the issue with general election, though, Jordan when you look at the opinion pose it would return very similar result. In terms of palm the toys of about six points head which is a mock. About an it self jomie Corbin is still polling behind his party. But once you enter the campaign, it would probably be very similar twenty seventeen that Theresa May would talk about Brexit into living on breaks in the referendum. Joe macabre talk about public services, NHS and education, and it would be question of leadership. And once again, the country would probably shrug it showed us, and we'll be back. Exactly all with the added issue for the conservative party, which coming onto later that a whole load of conservative MP's would not stand on the manifesto of Theresa May's deal. I mean, there are plenty of problems those being someone very close to a saying, what was the point you wouldn't change the parliamentary maths as USA we come back with exotic the same thing wouldn't refresh. The conservative party was examined to save MP's with STAN to be reelected with the point piece. So I mean, they're very strong arguments against it. I suppose different dynamic of an election. This context might be that unlike twin seventeen labor was competing as a Brexit party. You might find a slight dip. This time round. Now, Jeremy Corbyn says that he would fight a a an election promises. Negotiator better Brexit deal in Brussels and go the unicorns. The retouched to that plan. But before you get to that point they'd have to approve a manifesto. And as we know there are large number of labor members, particularly germy Koren's Pretoria guard momentum who have very strongly pro-european, and we'll put a lot of pressure on him to campaign for second referendum. So you could see an election campaign where threes may was offering a responsible Brexit, and Jeremy Corbyn was offering the prospects of reversing Brexit which. Yeah, that'd be a dividing..