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"prince khalid" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thanks. Wayland security forces have fought bitter battles along its borders with opposition supporters trying to bring aid shipments meant to undermine President Nicolas Maduro government. Meanwhile, British billionaire Richard Branson organized Live Aid inspired concert just across the border in Columbia aimed at raising one hundred million dollars to help the situation and fourth Venezuela to allow aid in. Saudi Arabia has named Princess Reema Bint Bandarban Zoltan. To the United States that makes her the kingdom's first woman to head a diplomatic mission. Saudi Arabia has also named prince Khalid bin Salman as deputy defence minister with the rank of minister. Oil prices are set to rise on shortage of low quality heavy crude production cuts by OPEC and American sanctions on Iran and Venezuela. That's according to veto group. CEO Russell Harty who spoke exclusively to Bloomberg. From here. Probably the potential to to move a little bit higher view. These supply is going to be pretty tight. To with a quarter, pipes and development. Come onstream stream pipeline to help evacuate. To the coast. The New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has been accused of soliciting prostitution in Florida police say they have video evidence from inside a massage parlor, which they say craft visited at least two times, a Representative for crop denied that the billionaire engaged in any illegal activity saying they would not comment further because it is a judicial matter. And politicians at the highest levels of Theresa May's government say she should quit in the next three months. The British Prime minister has already promised her conservative party. She'll stand down before the next general election scheduled for twenty twenty two. But a senior minister tells Bloomberg that once the UK leaves the EU and local elections are over may will have no reason to say office bubble news twenty four hours a day on air and take talk on it Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Christine Burke. This is Bloomberg. Christine..

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Saudi Arabia, Princess Reema Bint Bandarban Zoltan And Prince Khalid discussed on BTV Simulcast

BTV Simulcast

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Saudi Arabia, Princess Reema Bint Bandarban Zoltan And Prince Khalid discussed on BTV Simulcast

"Saudi Arabia has named Princess Reema Bint Bandarban Zoltan. To the United States that makes her the kingdom's first woman to head a diplomatic mission. Saudi Arabia has also named prince Khalid bin Salman as deputy defence minister with the rank of

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"prince khalid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A new album from deer hunter. I the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in Saudi Arabia where he is expected to meet crown prince Mohammad bin Salman Pompeo says he plans to renew his call for accountability for the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi as NPR's. Michelle Kellerman reports Pompeo was greeted at the airport by a top Saudi diplomat as well as the Saudi ambassador to the US prince Khalid bin Salman, he's the brother of the crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, who US intelligence officials believe may have ordered the killing of kashogi secretary Pompeo says he will raise the case with the crown prince when they meet now expected Monday, he calls it a heinous murder and says there should be full and complete accountability. He's also argued that the US relationship with Saudi Arabia is about much more than that. He's visiting all the Gulf allies trying to put pressure on Iran, which he says is the main source of instability in the region. Michelle. Kellerman NPR news Riyadh, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says he is encouraging President Trump to reopen. The government for several weeks to continue negotiating with Democrats over funding for a border wall before Trump takes the step of declaring a national emergency. And he says Trump is in a tough spot. It really does for plex me. How you expect this to end when you tell the president of the United States. You can't get it. You get one dollar for a wall. When in the past Democrats have appropriated billions for the wall. What is he supposed to do? Just give in he's not gonna give Graham speaking there on Fox News Sunday house speaker Nancy Pelosi says that Trump must reopen the government I before negotiating wall funding the standoff over funding led to the partial government shutdown that is now in its fourth week without an end in sight, and is NPR's. Yuki Noguchi reports it could affect the country's overall employment picture, the labor market has been strong. And last month hiring surged, but the government's closure will likely. Complicate the January employment surveys the unemployment rate currently stands at three point nine percent. But that could take up this month. That's because nearly half of the eight hundred thousand furloughed federal workers are not reporting to work. They will be counted as unemployed or temporarily laid off in the next government report, the remaining half, a federal employees who are working without pay will still be counted as employed depending how long the shutdown lasts analysts say it could push the unemployment rate up by two tenths of a percent. Yuki Noguchi, NPR news, Washington. Tens of thousands of teachers in Los Angeles are planning to walk off the job tomorrow despite a forecast of one to three inches of rain. The issue is pay smaller classrooms and more staff. United teachers LA union says despite the school district's claims of a deficit they say it actually has a big reserve with more than enough money to meet teacher demands. Some six hundred thousand students could be affected by the strike. You're listening to. NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. The new chair of the house foreign affairs committee says a new subcommittee will conduct a broad investigation into President Trump and any ties to Russia. New York Democrat Eliot Engel says the oversight is constitutionally required, and it will bring together all the strands of earlier investigations, we don't wanna have four investigations or cross purposes. I think that the committees will we'll get together and decide what we do jointly. What we do separate a separate way angle says a new Washington Post report of long closed door meetings between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin without a clear record of what was talked about quote makes you scratch your head and wonder White House officials have said Trump was trying to prevent leaks after details from previous meetings with Russian officials were leaked to the press. Mayor de Blasio says he's not ruling out a run for president in twenty twenty speaking on CNN state of the union this morning. The mayor said he quote never rules. Things out I'm focused on my job. But listen right now, our party is going through a serious debate. And there's still a lot of moderate voices in the party that did not learn the lessons of two thousand sixteen and are not listening to what people need in this country. The Blasio says he wants to push the Democrats to quote, be the party of working people again, for example, he says the party should adopt the initiatives. He proposed in his state of the city address last week, including guaranteed paid vacation and healthcare for the uninsured. New York governor Andrew Cuomo wants to see single use plastic bags banned in the state and is proposing a prohibition on them as part of his upcoming executive budget Cuomo announced the proposal today along with a proposal to make most now non alcoholic bottles. Eligible for a five cent, redemption, he called the bag band. A bold action that would create a cleaner and greener New York for all he had first proposed ban last April after he and lawmakers in two thousand seventeen blocked a proposed plastic bag fee from going into effect here in New York City Cuomo scheduled the release. His executive budget on Tuesday, a final budget in negotiation with the state legislature is supposed to be passed by April. First for the rest of tonight here in our area. Mostly cloudy and cold, low twenty four degrees, wind chills between fifteen and twenty. This is WNYC. It's five O six support for NPR comes from the Wallace foundation fostering improvements in learning and enrichment for disadvantaged children and the vitality the arts for everyone ideas at Wallace foundation dot org. This is all things considered.

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"prince khalid" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in Saudi Arabia where he is expected to meet crown prince Mohammad bin Salman Pompeo says he plans to renew his call for accountability for the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi is NPR's. Michelle Kellerman reports pump was greeted at the airport by a top Saudi diplomat as well as the Saudi ambassador to the US prince Khalid bin Salman, he's the brother of the crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, who US intelligence officials believe may have ordered the killing of kashogi secretary Pompeo says he will raise the case with the crown prince when they meet now expected Monday, he calls it a heinous murder and says there should be full and complete accountability. He's also argued that the US relationship with Audi Arabia is about much more than that. He's visiting all the Gulf allies trying to put pressure on Iran, which he says is. The main source of instability in the region. Michelle Kellerman NPR news, Riyadh, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says he is encouraging President Trump to reopen. The government for several weeks to continue negotiating with Democrats over funding for a border wall before Trump takes the step of declaring a national emergency. And he says Trump is in a tough spot. It really does for plex me. How you expect this to end when you tell the president of the United States. You can't get it. You get one dollar for a wall. When in the past Democrats have appropriated billions for the wall. What is he supposed to do? Just give in he's not gonna give in Graham speaking there on Fox News Sunday house speaker Nancy Pelosi says that Trump must reopen the government I before negotiating wall funding the standoff over funding led to the partial government shutdown that has now in its fourth week without an end in sight, and is NPR's. Yuki Noguchi reports it could affect the country's overall employment picture, the labor market has been strong and last month. Hiring surged, but the government's closure will likely complicate the January employment surveys the unemployment rate currently stands at three point nine percent. But that could take up this month. That's because nearly half of the eight hundred thousand furloughed federal workers are not reporting to work. They will be counted as unemployed or temporarily laid off in the next government report, the remaining half, a federal employees who are working without pay will still be counted as employed depending how long the shutdown last analysts say it could push the unemployment rate up by two tenths of a percent. You can a good g NPR news Washington. Tens of thousands of teachers in Los Angeles are planning to walk off the job tomorrow despite a forecast of one to three inches of rain. The issue is pay smaller classrooms and more staff. United teachers LA union says despite the school district's claims of a deficit they say it actually has a big reserve with more than enough money to meet teacher demands some six hundred thousand. Thousand students could be affected by the strike. You're listening to NPR news. From kiki. Dee news. I'm Ryan Levy, PG and E might notify its employees as soon as Monday that could file for bankruptcy because of potential wildfire liability costs. That's according to a report by Bloomberg a new state law requires utilities to notify employees at least fifteen days before filing for bankruptcy. But they can always change their mind Mindy spat is with turn a utility watchdog based in San Francisco and Mindy if PG did file for bankruptcy. What would it look like to consumers consumers should not be frightened when they hear that PG? Andy may decide to file for bankruptcy bankruptcy in. This case is not going to be a physical condition. Simply a business move. Their lights are not going to go out. The little blue trucks are not going to stop coming. When something goes wrong. Consumers will not feel an immediate impact. Now PG filed for bankruptcy before in the early two thousands. When it got caught up in California's energy deregulation crisis. Were there any law? Long term impacts for consumers. Then basically what ended up happening? The main impact on consumers was that our rates did. In fact, go up to cover PG unease death, you mentioned that debt. And according to some reports PG could face up to thirty billion dollars in liabilities. But none of that has happened yet. And it probably wouldn't for awhile. So why all this talk about bankruptcy now? Well, certainly we can look back at last year and see that PG and E basically used the threat of bankruptcy to manipulate the legislature into giving it a bailout. But that's all it is at this point is a scare tactic. We don't know if anything we couldn't interpret this as PG any indicating that it expects to be found responsible in these fires that was Mindy spat with utility watchdog, turn PG and E has not responded to.

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"prince khalid" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on KCRW

"Festival. A one day festival bringing premier film tells from Japan to Hollywood Thursday January seventeenth in partnership with the consulate-general of Japan in Los Angeles and short shorts film festival in Asia. They OB conversation opens with her masterclasses, including the US premier for film parallel world the evening will screen four short films, including the US premiere dicey. Matsunaga's Canaria complimentary registration, Japan has L A dot com. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in Saudi Arabia where he is expected to meet crown prince Mohammad bin Salman Pompeo says he plans to renew his call for accountability for the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi as NPR's. Michelle Kellerman reports Pompeo was greeted at the airport by a top Saudi diplomat as well as the Saudi ambassador to the US prince Khalid bin Salman, he's the brother of the crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, who US intelligence officials believe may have ordered the killing of kashogi secretary Pompeo says he will raise the case with the crown prince when they meet now expected Monday, he calls it a heinous murder and says there should be full and complete accountability. He's also argued that the US relationship with Saudi Arabia is about much more than that. He's visiting all the Gulf allies trying to put pressure on Iran, which he says is the main source of instability in the region. Michelle kelly. In NPR news, Riyadh, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says he is encouraging President Trump to reopen. The government for several weeks to continue negotiating with Democrats over funding for a border wall before Trump takes the step of declaring a national emergency. And he says Trump is in a tough spot. It.

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"prince khalid" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The expectation going forward that the federal government is not just going to be here today with all of you. But tomorrow and over the course of the next few years as we don't Bs news update. I'm Tom Foty. CBS news time three thirty two still no word on what caused the crash on the major Deegan Saturday. They left a woman dead. Her teen daughter in critical condition. The accident happened when police say a tractor truck and van collided on the southbound lanes near brook avenue. The woman killed was identified a thirty year old Jennifer Paracel of Middletown who was reportedly expecting a child the forty two year old driver of the tractor also taken to a nearby hospital, but is in stable condition. The CIA has concluded that the Saudi Crown prince himself ordered the assassination of Washington Post. Journalists to mauka Shoghi we get more from the BBC's Chris Buckler, the CIA assessments that the crime prince ordered his murder was based partly telephone call me by his brother prince Khalid bin Salman, he apparently cold Mr. his show at the direction of his brother and gave him. A sure says that he would be safe to go to the consulate Saudi Arabia said the claims in the assessment were false and based on theories and speculation. The White House says Saudi Arabia must be held accountable. But they also stress important of our alliance with the Saudis, a judge has ruled that the man who tried to assassinate President Reagan doesn't have to live with his mom anymore. CBS? Jim Taylor explains. He's the man who tried to assassinate president Ronald Reagan. He can now move out of his mother's home. Judge rules. John Hinckley, jR can live by yourself or with others within seventy five miles Williamsburg Virginia. That's where he has lived with his mother since twenty sixteen when he left a mental hospital hastily. Still must meet at least twice a month with the social worker, a psychiatrist and a therapist. He cannot own a gun or consume alcohol or drugs. Jim taylor. CBS news. Georgia's governor elect Brian Kemp held a news conference Saturday, celebrating his victory over democrat, Stacey Abrams elections over with as.

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"prince khalid" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Supposed to be one of the safest communities and yet something like that happens. Very sad. CBS news update. I'm Tom Foty w. CBS news time one thirty two still no word on what caused that crash on the major Deegan. Saturday that left a woman dead and her teen daughter in critical condition. The accident happened Saturday morning when police say a tractor truck and a van collided on the southbound lanes near brook avenue. The woman killed has been identified as thirty year old Jennifer Paracel of Middletown who was reportedly expecting another child. Forty two year old driver of the tractor was also taken to a nearby hospital in stable condition, and why PD trying to figure out what went wrong the CIA has. Now concluded that the Saudi Crown prince himself ordered the brutal assassination of Washington Post journalist, Jamal kashogi. We get more now from the BBC's Chris Buckler, the CIA assessments of the crime prince ordered his murder was based partly on a telephone call me by his brother prince Khalid bin Salman, he apparently cold Mr. who show at the direction of his brother and gave him. A sure says that he would be safe to go to the consulate Saudi Arabia said the. Claims in the assessment were false and based on theories and speculation. The White House says Saudi Arabia must be held accountable. But they also stressed the importance of our alliance with the Saudis judge has ruled that the man who tried to assassinate President Reagan doesn't have to live with his mom anymore. CBS's? Jim Taylor explains. He's the man who tried to assassinate president Ronald Reagan. He can now move out of his mother's home. Judge rules. John Hinckley, jR, can live by himself or with others within seventy five miles Williamsburg Virginia. That's where he has lived with his mother since twenty sixteen when he left a mental hospital. Heavily still must meet at least twice a month with a social worker, a psychiatrist and a therapist. He cannot own a gun or consume alcohol or drugs. Jim taylor. CBS news. Georgia's governor elect Brian Kemp held a news conference on Saturday, celebrating victory over Democrats, Stacey Abrams elections over with as.

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"prince khalid" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Update northern California's wildfire tragedy grows, even more tragic. An additional five remains recovered bringing the total up to seventy six human remains Butte county sheriff Corey Honi. He also reports dot while some area residents previously listed as missing have been found nearly thirteen hundred people remain unaccounted for he's pleading with any of them hearing his message to contact authorities picking it up there. Correspondent mega Oliver campfire has devastated northern California burning through one hundred and forty thousand acres over twelve thousand structures have been destroyed and with only fifty five percent containment. Those numbers could rise. Seventy one people have been killed more than a thousand are unaccounted for first responders continue the grim task of searching and sifting through smokey debris, accompanied by the corridor future governors of California, President Trump toward the area. CBS news update. I'm tom. Odi WCBS CBS news time eleven thirty two. Still no word on what caused the crash on the major Deegan today that left a woman dead. Her teen daughter in critical condition. The accident happened this morning when police say a tractor truck and a van collided on the southbound lanes near brook avenue. The woman killed identified as thirty year old Jennifer Paracel of Middletown her family tells W ABC TV that she was reportedly expecting another child. The forty two year old driver of the tractor was also taken to a nearby hospital in stable condition, and why PD trying to figure out what caused the crash. The CIA has concluded that the Saudi Crown prince himself ordered the assassination of Washington Post journalist, Jamal kashogi. We get more from the BBC's Chris Buckler, the CIA assessments that the crown prince ordered his murder was based partly on a telephone call me by his brother prince Khalid bin Salman, he apparently cold Mr. has Shoji at the direction of his brother and gave him a Suren says that he would be safe to go to the consulate Saudi Arabia said the claims in the assessment will full. And based on theories and speculation. The White House says Saudi Arabia must be held accountable. But they also stressed the importance of our alliance with the Saudis while the Trump administration has already imposed sanctions on seventeen Saudis for the role in kashogi killing many lawmakers believed the US should be taking a tougher stance. Judge has ruled that the man who tried to assassinate President Reagan doesn't have to live with his mom anymore. CBS's? Jim Taylor explains. He's the man who tried to assassinate president Ronald Reagan. He can now move out of his mother's home. Judge rules. John Hinckley, jR, can live by himself or with others within seventy five miles of Williamsburg Virginia. That's where he has lived with his mother's since twenty sixteen when he left a mental hospital hastily. Still must meet at least twice a month with the social worker a psychiatrist, and therapists he cannot own a gun or consume alcohol or drugs. Jim taylor. CBS news. Georgia's governor elect Brian Kemp held a news conference today. A day after Democrats Stacey Abrams acknowledged she just couldn't win the governor's seat the elections over with as.

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"prince khalid" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"I'm Brett veteran NewsRadio ten eighty Carol. The a US officials said that the CIA has concluded that Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, ordered the killing of Washington Post journalist, Jamal kashogi BBC's, Chris Buckler has more the CIA assessments that the crime prince ordered his murder was based partly on a telephone call made by his brother prince Khalid bin Salman, he apparently cold Mr. who's Shoji at the direction of his brother and gave him. The sure says that he would be safe to go to the consulates Saudi Arabia said the claims in the assessment were false and based on theories and speculation Fort Worth police chief, Joe FitzGerald appears to be headed to Baltimore. The city's mayor Catherine Pugh has announced that FitzGerald is the sole finalist for Baltimore police Commissioner that news first broke last month. Although both the cities of Fort Worth and Baltimore distance themselves from it sergeant Manny Ramirez, the president of the Fort Worth police officers association. So it's FitzGerald will be missed. The officers supportive of of chief. It's gerald. And I think that we are going to be sorry to see go. Fitzgerald was hired as forwards police chief three years ago while he was police chief in Allentown, Pennsylvania. He was also previously. The police chief in Missouri city near Houston, Texas, education officials take a final vote our new standards for social studies the effort by the state board of education to streamline the social studies curriculum standards got a lot of attention for some of the historical figures that would be removed including Helen Keller man, Hillary Clinton, both of them were reinstated to the curriculum in a vote earlier this week and reaffirmed in the final vote. The board also voted on new language to clarify that slavery was a central cause of the civil war. But the Texas freedom network is still critical of the new standards saying they include discussion of states rights as a factor in the civil war. Stephen Pickering NewsRadio tonight KRLD..

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"prince khalid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:58 min | 2 years ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Neil Nunez with the BBC news in the Pacific territory of new Dona. The polls have just closed in a referendum on independence from France turnout is reported to be high. Having reached seventy three percent an hour ago. Phil Mazda has more from Sydney. Indigenous people make up about forty percent of New Caledonia's population. But the territory's wealth is controlled by a white European minority. Tensions have long festered in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight Kanak militants killed four policemen and took others hostage in a cave. The siege was ended by French commandos and several rebel fighters died, a full-scale civil conflict was averted and peace talks in the nineteen ninety s promised to vote for independence decades later that moment has arrived. A Saudi prince arrested for criticising a crackdown on corruption is appointed to have been freed from detention prince Khalid bin Talal is a nephew of king. Solomon prince Khalid's brother Prince Alwaleed was among dozens of senior government figures who were arrested on suspicion of corruption and held her a hotel in Riyadh. The former US President Barack Obama and his successor. Donald Trump are criss crossing the country in the last weekend of campaigning before midterm congressional elections in Florida, President Trump received loud cheers and to rally when he referred to the troops. He has sense to America's southern border. Dan Johnson reports the themes are familiar and repeated at almost every rally last night in Montana than Florida. The strong economy record job numbers, the promise of tax cuts than the tough talk on Iran. An immigration. The president said we have our military now on the border, and I noticed that beautiful. Bob, Dwyer going up. Today. Bob Dwyer used properly he said can be a beautiful sight, both he and the Democrats described this as one of America's most important elections Barrack Obama said it's about the character of the country football players and officials from Leicester City will be traveling to Thailand for the funeral of the English clubs owner who died in a helicopter crash more. Now in this report from Jonathan head the LeicesteR players have taken many opportunities over the past week to show their affection for which is three wet at prepa. Now, they will have the chance to say a final farewell to the man who transformed their club later today. The last two team is expected to visit the temple in Bangkok where an elaborate funeral is underway with six days and nights have prayers and rituals preceding a later cremation ceremony. Mr. Wichai is known in Thailand. Largely as a canny and wealthy businessmen that his success with LeicesteR has raised his profile here. And he's. Being given a sendoff befitting a national celebrity world news from the BBC. A traffic accident on a motorway near the city of Lonzo the capital of northwest. China's gun SU province as laughed at least fifteen people dead. Forty four others were injured when the driver of a truck lost control and crashed into a queue of more than thirty vehicles waiting outside a toll collection station. It's emerged that a US soldier killed in Afghanistan. In apparent insider attack was a city man in the state of Utah. Brench Taylor who was father to seven young children and the leader in the Mormon faith community was on his second tour of ghanistan. Initial reports suggested that the assailant was a member of Afghan armed forces. And he was immediately killed by other Afghan troops as I can American soldier was wounded in the incident the latest in a series of what's known as green on blue attacks in which members of the Afghan forces have killed US or coalition soldiers an opinion poll in France ahead of May's European parliament elections has indicated that the country's far right or samba monas-. You now party has edged ahead of president Macron's L REM for the first time far-right leader. Marinela pens are am formerly the National Front rose to twenty one percent from seventeen percent, Mr. mccombs party slipped. Down one point two thousand nineteen percent. The first president to swim around the whole of the British coast is about to cross the finish line in Kent where he started his marathon on the first of June Thirty-three-year-old Ross Edgeley hasn't set foot on dry land for one hundred and fifty five days. He said he had underestimated the challenge I sat down one day. And I thought people of road around people the runaround psychodrama, but no one some around, and it just seems logical at the time. But when I set on gene Margate, I was so naive. I've often said are so naive. I didn't think how Great Britain rating was BBC world news. It's six minutes past seven GMT. Welcome to weekend from the BBC World Service with me. Julia Morica coming up remembering the British poet Wilfred Owen a hundred years after his death on the field of battle a week before the end of the first World War. He thought that actually the British were as much to blame for the war. The Germans if I'm Ashley wrote in a letter Fritz curve, he did not hate. But he wasn't a pacifist. Either more on Wilfred Owen to come in this hour. I have to guess would meet throughout the program. Remington of is here. British Iranian journalist and author based in London. Jeff McAllister is here American journalist lawyer and author more from them throughout the arrows. We begin in New Caledonia, which is an archipelago of two hundred and sixty eight thousand inhabitants in the southwest Pacific Ocean. The island chain has been part of France since eighteen fifty three but today it's residents have been voting on whether to sever those. Those ties with the French Republic and gain independence. It's an issue that New Caledonians have been grappling with for decades. These islanders shared their thoughts on the vote. We'll be independent. We were colonized for a long time. We will be decolonized. Honestly, I would prefer for New Caledonia to stay with France. We'll have more aid without France. I hope we wouldn't become like Vanuatu with wealth losses and a devalued currency. Well, the BBC's Phil Mercer is following events from Sydney a little bit of context and timescale. First of all Phil why is this happening? Now what's been the build up to today? Well, it goes back many many years to the new mayor accord of nineteen ninety eight that was the culmination of years of peace talks between French authorities and Kanak indigenous people of new Canada, they have for a very long time agitated against colonization by France a few years after the French colonize New Caledonia in eighteen seventy eight Kanak fighters murdered dozens of French settlers, including families, the retaliation by the French was brutal. Their soldiers killed and execute. Hundreds of Kanak people. It nearly fell into the archipelago full-scale civil war a nineteen Eighty-eight Kanak militants then Julian killed four policemen and took more than twenty others hostage in cave that siege was brought to an end by French special forces and about nineteen rebel fighters were killed and in the years that followed there were various peace talks brokered by France. And one is the promises was that in time. There would be a vote for independence and today that moment is arrived. And I believe voting is just finished as it is. We are expecting a result in the next few hours. If you believe opinion polls said they have been suggesting for quite a long time that New Caledonia will stick with France by quite a sizable majority, but quite a few voters going to the polls today. Well undecided. So nothing can be taken for granted. But even if there is a no vote today there are provisions. Wins under that new mayor accord, new mayor by the ways the capital of New Caledonia that would allow for two more votes on independence in one thousand nine hundred twenty and twenty twenty two. So it's a very sensitive issue. Of course, the people of New Caledonia Julian of been asking to decide their future and their future under an independent flag. Or is it has been for many many years under the control of the French a hint the divisions there how they played out during the actual campaigning. They've brought these simmering sensitivities to the surface at the heart of the independence movement. In New Caledonia is the indigenous people the Canucks now they make up just under forty percent of the population. But they do complain about persistent discrimination and economic inequality, and they say that the vote is about their fundamental right of self-determination many young connects do. Feel shut out of the economy. The economy is is dominated by a white elite for the most part and people voting. No, many of those would also have economic anxiety is about what would happen if they were to split from France to go it alone. What would happen to all the French money? The pause into New Caledonia. So there are economic concerns on both sides of the argument, but it would seem according to those opinion polls that the status quo is to be maintained for now. At least as you know, I have to get in the studio with me who are listening to you. Neither would claim to be New Caledonian experts. I think it's fair to say, but they may have questions to pose to what's maybe in your mind as as Phil Mercer listens. So I guess fill. It sounds like this vote is to split across kind of indigenous Kanak votes, the ones going to be voting for independence and the French against be voting to stay with France, obviously. But is that clearcut if Kanak indigenous Canucks make up forty percent of the population is that how the vote is going to go. Do you think? Well, there are various groups agitating for change and for no change about five groups have been campaigning for a yes. Vote in for a no vote. So it's not a campaign that split evenly into two camps. As it were. I think it does also shine a light on colonisation in the South Pacific. We've recently had Britain's Prince Harry in his new wife touring Fiji and Tonga Tonga is the only monarchy left in the South Pacific Fiji was once a British colony and it's been racked by various coups over the years. So the South Pacific can be quite certain an unstable place and people who have voting to remain with France in New Caledonia believe that those links with the French have given New Caledonia the sort of financial stability that other parts of the South Pacific perhaps haven't had. So it's a fascinating area to travel in and around you have Papua New Guinea Vanuatu. And of course, New Caledonia that set hugely popular with tourists as well. So it's a it's a very diverse region the South Pacific, but at times caught an unstable places. Well, Jack McCallister uninterested in this. Triple barreled ref. Forensic system. Where one result is not considered to be sufficient, especially if the results are relatively decisive. I mean, a good majority on one side. Why is there this additional system of making sure? This all goes back to the new mayor accord in the late nineteen ninety nineties that was the result of those peace talks in the late eighties and nineties the who is following that separatist violence, and the reason that these provisions for additional referenda of being inserted into the new mayor accord back in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight walls to try to alleviate those separatists concerns that France over the years has given greater autonomy to the local assembly. And then you may accord does say that if there is sufficient support in the local assembly about thirty percents support for another vote, then there will be so even if there is a no result today, we could well be back in the similar position of New Caledonians being asked to decide on their constitutional future as it were in two years time and perhaps again in four years time. Phil, thank you very much. Phil.

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"prince khalid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Neil. Muniz with the BBC news. Tens of thousands of island as a new county Dona in the French Pacific have been voting and whether their territory should remain an integral part of FRANZ, the French High Commissioner reported that turnout midway through polling day was forty two percent. The referendum was fast envisaged thirty years ago as part of an agreement between indigenous separatists and the government in Paris. Our correspondent in Sydney full Massar is following developments. The French president Emmanuel Macron was in New Caledonia earlier this year, he acknowledged the pain of colonization and said that France would be less beautiful without you Canada near it is safe to say that it is strategically important for France to have that sort of presence in the South Pacific. There is a concern that China's rising influence in the South Pacific needs the sort of offset if you like of French Australian New Zealand and British. Intrests a Saudi prince arrested for criticising a crackdown on corruption is reported to have been freed from detention prince Khalid bin Talal, lose nephew of king. Solomon members of his family shared pictures on social media purportedly taken this weekend showing the prince greeting his relatives prince Khalid's brother Prince Alwaleed was among dozens of senior government figures and business leaders who were arrested on suspicion of corruption and held at a hotel in Riyadh. Analysts suggested the operation was part of road. Power. Grab by Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, the former US President Barack Obama and President Donald Trump on criss crossing the country in the last weekend of campaigning before midterm congressional elections. They're trying to energize electorates to boost turnout in Florida. President Trump received loud cheers at a rally when he referred to the troops. He sends to America's southern Buddha. His brita. Assessor Barack Obama wound. The character of America was at stake on Tuesday. You can vote for politics. That's decent. Politics..

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"prince khalid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:27 min | 2 years ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"FM and HD New York. I five hours GMT welcome to the newsroom from the BBC World Service. I'm Emilio San Pedro voters in the Pacific islands of New Caledonia vote in a referendum on whether to remain a part of France or become the world's newest independent country. We were colonized for long time. We will be decolonized off Moscow-backed. Honestly, I would prefer for New Caledonia to stay with France. We'll have more aid with less than seventy two hours to go before the US midterm elections. President Trump and his predecessor Barack Obama hit the campaign trail barb wire used properly can be a beautiful sight on Tuesday. You can vote for politics that's decent for politics. That's honest and land the Hoy for the record breaking British swimmer. Who underestimated his greatest challenge yet? It just seems logical at the time. I was so naive. I've often said also now if I didn't think how Great Britain reading was the to- coming up after the news. Hello, Neil Nunez with the BBC news. Tens of thousands of islanders in New Caledonia in the French Pacific have been voting and whether their territory should remain an integral part of France, the referendum was envisaged thirty years ago as part of an agreement between indigenous Kanak separatists and the government in power is our correspondent Phil Musser is monitoring developments from Sydney Kanak leaders say their campaign for independence is more than just about economic inequality. But the fundamental right of self-determination the has been violence in the past in nineteen Eighty-eight indigenous militants killed four policemen and took all this hostage in a cave. The siege was ended by French commandos and several rebel fighters. Died peace talks that followed promised to vote for independence decades later that moments has come a Saudi prince arrested for. Criticizing a crackdown on corruption is reported to have been freed from detention prince Khalid bin Talal, lose a nephew of king. Solomon members of his family shared pictures on social media purportedly taken this weekend showing the prince greeting his relatives prince Khalid's brother Prince Alwaleed was among dozens of senior government figures and business leaders who were arrested on suspicion of corruption and held at a hotel in Riyadh analysts suggested the operation as part of a broader power grab by Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, the former US President Barack Obama and his predecessor Donald Trump crisscrossing the country and his successor rather Donald Trump crisscrossing the country in the last weekend of campaigning before midterm congressional elections. There are trying to energize the electorate to boost turnout in Florida. President Trump received loud chairs and to rally when he referred to the troops. He has sent to America's southern. Border. He also said the Democrats could not be trusted with the economy. This is one of the most important elections of our entire lives. This election will decide whether we build on the extrordinary prosperity that we've achieved or whether we let the radical Democrats take control of congress and take a giant wrecking bomb to our economy into the future of our nation for the first time since January a UN aid convoy has reached a remote Syrian camp, which houses more than fifty thousand people displaced by conflict aid convoys had been blocked from entering the rock band camp, which is located in a desert area the UN's humanitarian aid coordinator for Syria is early as Atari. A sizable convoy that will loss the people over about a month. But what we need really is more of a sustainable solution for them because you may not be able to bring other convoy in a month. BBC news. It's emerged that a US soldier killed in Afghanistan in an apparent insider attack was a city in the US state of Utah. Brent Taylor who was father to seven young children and leader in the Mormon faith community was on his second tour of of ghanistan, the husband of a Christian woman in Pakistan who spent eight years on death row after being convicted of blasphemy was has appealed for him and his wife Asiya Abebe to be granted asylum in the United States, Canada or Britain in a video as Sheikh Masih says it isn't safe for them to remain in Pakistan grant, ferret reports speaking straight to the camera and a bare white room at an unidentified location as BB's husbands says his family must leave Pakistan. We are so under threat. He says a decision by the supreme court in Islamabad on Wednesday should have ensured as BB's freedom it overturned her conviction for blasphemy. Be quashing the death sentence against her and saying she could be released, but hundreds of protesters took to the streets of major cities to condemn the ruling in a deal to end the demonstrations Pakistan's government promised to try to prevent as he'll be from leaving the country the same Tinari of the death of the first World War polit. Wilfred Allen will be marked at his graveside today with the sound of a beautiful that he took from a dead. German soldier on the battlefield the instrumental be played in public for the first time at the ceremony in ause in northern France. The first person to swim around the whole of the British coast is about to cross the finish line in Kent where he started his marathon on the first of June Thirty-three-year-old Ross essentially hasn't set foot on dry land for one hundred and fifty five days battling strong tides and frequent jellyfish. He's more than five hundred bananas to keep up his strength. That's latest BBC news. Hello. You're listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service with me Emilio San Pedro. We begin in New Caledonia an archipelago of two hundred and sixty eight thousand inhabitants in the southwest Pacific. The island chain has been part of France since eighteen fifty three. But today it's residents have been voting on whether to sever those ties with the French Republic and gain independence. It's an issue that New Caledonians have been grappling with for decades. These islanders shared their thoughts on the vote. Will be independent. We were colonized for a long time. We will be decolonized off. Honestly, I would prefer for New Caledonia to stay with France. We'll have more aid without France. I hope we wouldn't become like Vanuatu with wealth losses and a devalued currency will let speak to our correspondent Phil Mercer who's following events from Sydney fill a momentous day for New Caledonians as this has been a referendum long in the making. But why has it taken so long? Well, this was born out to the new mayor accord, a nineteen ninety eight and a accord named after the capital as New Caledonia, and that's agreement came about after peace talks in the nineteen eighty s and nineteen ninety s between French authorities and Canucks. They are the indigenous people of New Caledonia the has been a history of ethnic tension and violence in the archipelago dating back to colonization and back in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight there was a promise that a vote for independence would be held and several years later, many years later that moment has finally arrived and today New Caledonians have the opportunity either to stick with France or go it alone as an independent nation. Now, France has been a very keen for them to stay. Why is that and what has France been saying about the benefits of staying? Well, the French president Emmanuel Macron was in New Caledonia earlier this year, he has stayed largely out of the campaign. He did say in you Mia that he acknowledged the pain of colonization and said that France would be less beautiful without New Caledonia race safe to say that it is strategically important for France to have that sort of presence in the South Pacific. Traditionally it's been Australia and New Zealand that have been the the powerful colonial forces along with Britain in the region. But there is a concern that China's rising influence in the South Pacific needs the sort of offset if you like of French, Australia New Zealand and British interests. So there are many reasons why people believe that New Caledonia should stick with France. But of course, with lots of voters undecided vote the result of the vote is unclear so it's unclear some polls are predicting a clear vote for remaining. In france. But even if that were the case, this would be the last of the issue, would it. Yes. That's absolutely, right. If photos decided against the independence, the new Mia accord of nineteen ninety eight does have provision under certain circumstances for two more votes on independence in two thousand nine hundred twenty and twenty twenty two. So even if it's not today, this issue is far from resolved Filmer certain city. Thank you mature elections in the United States are traditionally seen as a referendum on the sitting president something which Donald Trump will no doubt be keenly aware of as he criss crosses the country. Making his case at rallies to his Republican base ahead of Tuesday's crucial vote the two main issues. He's campaigning on our immigration and the economy while leading Democrats, like former President Barack Obama have made the president himself and the way he governs the issue in their campaign speeches speeches at stake for both. Parties is control of the two houses of congress. The Democrats are tipped by the polls to take the house of representatives while the Republicans are favored to keep control of the Senate, but opinion polls show many races to be hanging on knife-edge with polls opening in less than seventy two hours from Washington. Jan Johnson reports..

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"prince khalid" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Y three thirty seven hundred. I've been thinking to myself. That's one of the reasons why I said, you know, about predictive programming and horror films and one of the biggest horror films to come out one of the scariest horror films to come out with hereditary. I don't know if anybody's seen it yet. But one of the things I've noticed about a lot of horror films lately. Is they come up with these demons that no one is heard of. And what they do is. They present them as these strange demons that are being worshipped by people, and it gets frightening. I mean, when you're looking at the non movie, the non comes from the movie, the conjuring with talks about a demon called Valich. And I talked about the Valich in people. They're not aware of the demon valid they don't know what it is. They don't want. It's about and there was another movie. Remember the name of it? But they were actually dealing with another demon. There was a horse demon daemon that was part horse part man, and they released that is the demon was possessing this one woman coming Molly, you can remember the name of the the the movie something about Molly. And then of course, hereditary where the the the the demon or the devil or whatever it is. It is it is the secret. Is a demon or gin? That is called pie moan and people who the hell's Pyan. Why should I why should I be because pine on his yet? Another example of Jin who if you do what he tells you to do it will grant, you whatever you want. It will give you whatever you want. And this is what worries me is. Because we we are in a time of supernatural conjuring. Rosemary, Ellen guy Lee and Philip in Brogan wrote a book called the vengeful gin and in the book, it's an excellent study of the entire Jin phenomenon from a historical supernatural, cultural perspective. So there's one part of the book that focuses on a trip that Philip in no made to Saudi Arabia nineteen ninety-five. And during the course of the visit in brogue, no learned of a secret long term. There would be secret long-term he attempts by a special unit of the US military to conjure and capture gin. So I was told by a cousin of prince Khalid bin Fahd that the purpose of the program was to secure the US government, a technological device. They would open up a wormhole which would allow the Jin to pass through a dimensional doorway. So does get people thinking get their minds thinking about perhaps d wave computers thinking about. Sern and what they may be using d wave computers, and and how people like Jordi Rosen said we can bring things through and they're not necessarily aliens, but they're not necessarily demons hear the same fame running around with the Collins elite. You're the same thing running around something is being conjured and brought through the wormhole. So what could they be gin and could they be brought through some ancient vampiric gin or gosh. So many names for these creatures. I mean. Conjured by mankind. Something that we did once they're unleashed. They do the bidding of the one who who creates them. So while visiting Oman this guy, this guy, Phillip broke, no heard a story of the governments of Oman and the United States both knowing about gin, and knowing that they have to deal with them. Because if they're unleashed it creates he creates a bloodletting of sorts if the power of the gene creates a bloodletting sorts. They could control the weather. They can control all kinds of things with these gin and thinking about is they blend in well with everyone else, you don't even know the difference between. A real gin or human or antigen because they basically occupy the same look in the same space. They can they can possess people. Okay. And so they have to be exercised in a special way. It's not like the same Satan versus priests type thing that you're dealing with you're dealing with something because it's kind of like when we talked about the box, and how are a lot different than demons, but they have same attributes in Jin two could be good or bad. But a lot of them are being used in warfare..

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"prince khalid" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on KTRH

"Seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. I've been thinking to myself. That's one of the reasons why I said, you know, about predictive programming and horror films and one of the biggest horror films to come out one of the scariest horror films to come out with hereditary. I don't know if anybody seen it yet. But one of the things I've noticed about a lot of horror films lately. Is they come up with these demons that no one is heard of. And what they do is. They present them as these strange demons that are being worshipped by people, and it gets frightening. I mean, when you're looking at the non the movie, the non comes from the movie, the conjuring, which talks about a demon called Valich. And I've talked about the the Valich in people. You know, they're not aware of the demon valid they don't know what it is. They don't what it's about. And there was another movie. Can't remember the name of it? But they were actually dealing with another demon. There was a horse. Demon a demon that was part horse part man, and they release that is the demon was possessing this one woman. Something Molly can't remember the name of the book, the movie something about Molly. And then of course, hereditary where the the the the demon or the devil or whatever it is. That is that is the secret. Is a demon or gin? That is called pie moan and people that are going who the hell is pylon. And why should I why should I be because pine on his yet? Another example of a gin who if you do what he tells you to do it will grant, you whatever you want. It will give you whatever you want. And this is what worries me is. Because we we are in a time of supernatural conjuring. Rosemary, Ellen guy Lee and Philip in Brogan, no wrote a book called the vengeful gin. And in the book, it's an excellent study of the entire Jin phenomenon from a historical supernatural, cultural perspective. So there's one part of the book that focuses on a trip that Philip in brogue no made to Saudi Arabia nineteen ninety-five. And during the course of the visit in brogue, no learned of a secret long term would be secret. Long-term intents attempts by the special unit of the US military to conjure and capture gin, so broke no was told by a cousin of prince Khalid bin Fahd that the purpose of the program was to secure the US government, a technological device that would open up a wormhole which would allow the Jin to pass through a dimensional doorway. So does he get people thinking get their minds thinking about perhaps d wave computers thinking about? Sern and what they may be using doing with the d wave computers, and and how people like George it said we can bring things through and they're not necessarily aliens, but they're not necessarily demons here. The same theme running around with the Collins elite you'd same thing running around something is being conjured and brought through the wormhole. So what can they be? They be gin and could they be brought through some ancient vampiric gin or gosh. It was so many names for these creatures. I mean. Conjured by mankind. Something that we did once they're unleashed. They do the bidding of the one who who creates them. So while visiting Oman this guy, this guy, Phillip embroiled, no heard a story of the governments of Oman and the United States both knowing about gin, and knowing that they have to deal with them. Because if they're unleashed a creates a creates a bloodletting of sorts of the power of the gene creates a bloodletting could control the weather. They can control all kinds of things with these gin. And the thing about Jane is they blend in well with everyone else, you don't even know the difference between. A real gin or a human or antigen because they basically occupy the same look in the same space. They can they can possess people. Okay. And so they have to be exercised in a special way. It's not like the same Satan versus priests type thing that you're dealing with you're dealing with something because it's kinda like when we talked about the big box. How are a lot different than demons, but they have same attributes in Jin two can be good or bad. But a lot of there being used in warfare..

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"prince khalid" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on WRVA

"Thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. I've been thinking to myself. That's one of the reasons why I said predicted programming in horror films and one of the biggest horror films come out. What are the scariest horror films? Come out was hereditary. I don't know if anybody's seen it yet. But one of the things I've noticed about a lot of horror films lately. Is they come up with these demons that no one is heard of. And what they do is. They they present them as these strange demons that are being worshipped by people, and it gets frightening. I mean, when you're looking at the non the movie, the non comes from the movie, the conjuring, which talks about a demon called Valich. And I've talked about the the Valich people. They're not aware of the demon valid they don't know what it is. They don't what it's about. And there was another movie. I can't remember the name of it. But they were actually dealing with another demon that was a horse demon daemon that was part horse part man, and they released that is the demon was possessing this one woman something Malia can't remember the name of the book, the movie something about Molly. And then of course, hereditary where the the the the demon or the devil or whatever it is. That is the secret. Is a demon or a gin? That is called pie moan and people that are going who the hell's pilot. And why should I why should I be because on is yet? Another example of a gin who if you do what he tells you to do it will grant, you whatever you want. It will give you whatever you want. And this is what worries me is. Because we we are in a time of supernatural conjuring. Rosemary, Ellen guy Lee and Philip in Brogan, oh wrote a book called the vengeful gin. And in the book, it's an excellent study of the entire Jin phenomenon from a historical supernatural, cultural perspective. So there's one part of the book that focuses on a trip that Philip in broke no made to Saudi Arabia nineteen ninety-five. And during the course of the visit in brogue, no learned of a secret long-term there. Be secret long-term intense attempts by the special unit of the US billet Terry to conjure and capture gin. So. I was told by a cousin of prince Khalid bin Fahd that the purpose of the program was to secure the US government, a technological device. It would open up a wormhole which would allow the Jin to pass through a dimensional doorway. So these people thinking get their minds thinking about perhaps d wave computers thinking about. Sern and what they may be using with the doing with the d wave computers, and and how people like Jordi Rosen said we can bring things through and they're not necessarily aliens. But they're not necessarily demons year the same theme running around with the Collins elite. You're the same thing running around something is being conjured and brought through the wormhole. So what can they be? They be gin and could they be brought through some ancient vampiric gin or gosh. It was so many names for these creatures. I mean. Conjured by mankind. Something that we cannot. Once they're unleashed. They do the bidding of the one who who creates them. So while visiting Oman this guy, this embroiled, no guy, Phillip Ambrosino heard a story of the governments of Oman and the United States both knowing about gin, and knowing that they have to deal with them. Because if they're unleashed a creates a creates a bloodletting of sources, I if the power of the Jin creates a blending sorts, they can control the weather. They can control all kinds of things with each gin. And the thing about genie's. They blend in well with everyone else, you don't even know the difference between. A real gin or a human or antigen because they basically occupy the same look in the same space. They can they could possess people. Okay. And so they have to be exercised in a special way. It's not like the same Satan versus priests type thing that you're dealing with you're dealing with something kind of like when we talked about the box, and how are a lot different than demons, but they have same attributes in Jin two could be good or bad. But a.

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"prince khalid" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Studios has the voice of Pittsburgh deals from Katie AA radio. Now, it is fifty degrees at five o'clock rose Ryan Douglas Newcastle. Police are investigating the shooting deaths of a man woman and child as a triple homicide their bodies found in a home in the eight hundred block of west north street. This morning around eight thirty the victims identified as thirty one year old Nicole palm free her ten year old daughter, Mariah Emory and Thirty-one-year-old Lawrence cannon. Chief Robert Salem, the Newcastle. Police department said there were four other children in the home when police arrived, and they were interviewed then released to relatives. Anyone with information is being asked to call police or leave tips on that department's website legislation responding to the state grand jury report accusing hundreds of Roman Catholic priests of sexually abusing children over decades remains under wraps amid disagreement over a key provision. Republican state senators met. Privately for several hours today. Then GOP leaders made it offer in an attempt to secure an agreement with house members and governor wolf the grand jury report recommended giving now adult victims of child sexual abuse a two year reprieve from time limits in state law that otherwise bar them from suing perpetrators and institutions that covered it up. The governor supports the window. The state house approved it last month. The senate's top Republican president pro tem Joe scar naughty has opposed it. And instead back to church created fund to compensate victims. Turkish police say they have found evidence that Saudi writer Jamal kashogi waste killed inside. His country's consulate in Istanbul. The State Department last week said it wanted to hear from prince Khalid bin Salman, the Saudi ambassador to the US. Now, it says secretary of state Mike Pompeo called for a transparent investigation during a meeting with the Royal family in Riyadh CBS's arrow Barnett as secretary Pompeo arrived there in in Riyadh.

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"prince khalid" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Choices and down since stasis you only need one i like to see local is sixty wcbmcom five of the jill do you agree with president trump it is time to hand the visa lottery the extended family chain migration should we make it the anybody who of believes or a spouse is in islamic supremacist from austria law at center like this texas he mom and yelling is he's mosques these mosques especially ones that have i have a history of the people coming from them but have committed acts of terrorism they need to be monitored surveilled and shut down if tho if need be i 53 lesquin sabic's here with his capital commenters special report headlined arab nations warned against moving embassay now others the december the fifth washington post headlined over one includes the following by reporters love day a morris and jerusalem which includes the following arab nations and palestinian officials have warned of dire consequences if he united states recognizes jerusalem as israel's capital including potential unrest on an end to the peace process amid lastminute lobbying to prevent president trump from making the move in a latenight call sunday jordan's foreign minister i'm on safadi warned the secretary of state rex tillerson that such a decision could trigger anger across the arab and muslim world fueled tension andrew robert eyes peace efforts according to jordan's state news agency egypt's foreign minister some i shook lay also discussed with tillerson the possible negative impact on peace according to a ministry spokesman he asked the tillerson avoid making decisions that could stir tensions in the region turkey said a change in policy would be a major catastrophe palestinian foreign minister riyad malki meanwhile called for an emergency meeting of the twenty two members of the arab league which is expected to take place shortly abby out us announcement on the status of jerusalem prior to a final settlement would have a detrimental impact on the peace process and would heighten tensions in the region the saudi ambassador to washington prince khalid bin salman said in a statement the reuters news agency reported during his campaign trump vowed to relocate the us embassy but reluctantly signed the waiver checks months ago as his administration attempts to broker a peace process less can solving wcbm frank are brought to you by perry hall heating air conditioning call today for expert service for ford honestly at a fair price call perry hall heating and air conditioning at.

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"prince khalid" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"prince khalid" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The most powerful names in talk special report had lime arab nations warned against the arab nations warn the united states against moving our embassy that ladies and gentleman as the december the fifth or washington post headline of a one includes the following by reporter love day morrish in jerusalem which includes the following arab nations and the palestinian officials have warned of dire consequences if the united states recognizes jerusalem as israel's capital including potential unrest and an end to the peace process amid last minute lobbying to prevent president trump from making the move in a late night call on sunday jordan's foreign minister i'm on safadi warned secretary of state rex tillerson that such a decision could in his words trigger anger across the arab and muslim world fueled tension and jeopardized peace efforts according to jordan's state news agency egypt's foreign minister samae shook gray also discussed with tillerson the possible nick negative impact on peace according to a ministry spokesman he asked the tillerson avoid making decisions that could in his words stir tensions in the region turkey shut a change in policy would be a major catastrophe palestinian foreign minister riyad malki meanwhile called for an emergency meeting of the twenty two members of the arab league which is expected to take place on tuesday any us announcement on the status of jerusalem prior to a final settlement would have a detrimental impact on the peace process and would heighten tension in the region the saudi ambassador to washington prince khalid bin salman said in a statement the reuters news agency reported the kingdom's policy has been and remains in support of the palestinian people and this has been communicated to the us administration and the quote for more than two decades successive us presidents have signed a waiver every six months that allows them to delay a move of the embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem on national security grounds during his campaign trump vowed to relocate the embassy but reluctantly signed the waiver six months ago as his administration attempts to broker a peace process thus can solving wcbm har.

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