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US official: American, Taliban officials to talk on evacuees
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a U. S. official says American and Taliban officials will meet to discuss evacuations from Afghanistan U. S. officials are meeting with senior Taliban officials in Doha Qatar this weekend a US official not authorized to speak by name about the meetings tells the Associated Press the talks will focus on holding the Taliban to commitments they made to allow Americans and other foreign nationals to leave Afghanistan I did ministration is facing questions about evacuations that have ground to a halt on Thursday state department spokesman Ned price said one hundred five U. S. citizens and ninety five green card holders have departed Afghanistan on U. S. facilitated flight since the end of August but that number has remained unchanged for more than a week Mike Rossio Washington
According to the Taliban, They Defeated the United States
"Talk about afghanistan. God fa- sekine piece of real estate. it's never functioned. As a modern westphalian nation ever even under the monarchy the nation. That was home to bin laden and his al-qaeda training camps now twenty years after september eleventh is again under the control of our friends let of corrupt politicians that want to play nice with the west like qatar cy but under the control of people who want to kill you yes. The taliban quote unquote the students. The tally ban the students of islam fundamentalists. They don't hate isis. The same breed is. I says isis may want to be in control but they're all fundamentalists jihadis along with al qaeda. Now they have eighty three billion dollars worth of equipment and training that you pay for. And how are they sending that across the muslim world arab and non-arab. We defeated america. We didn't just defeat the ruthless murderous soviet union with its helicopter gunships and landmines shaped like toys to main children. We defeated the greatest station. I'm seth that's how they're selling it than jihadis are flooding back into this
Scores of Westerners, Including Americans, Fly out of Kabul
"Dozens of foreigners including Americans have left Kabul on international commercial flight marking it the first large scale evacuation since US and NATO forces left Afghanistan late last month said departure represents a breakthrough in the bumpy coordination between the US and Afghanistan's new Taliban leaders the Taliban have said they will let the foreigners and Afghans with valid travel documents leave but a days long standoff over charter planes at another airport could cost some dialed on Taliban's assurances the Qatar Airways flight is heading to Doha a senior US official said that Americans green card holders and other nationalities including Germans Hungarians and Canadians are on the flight I'm sorry I. Shockley
Americans to Board First Commercial Flight From Kabul Since US Withdrawal
"Qatari officials say Afghanistan's Taliban authorities will allow between hundred and hundred fifty Americans to fly out from cobbled in the coming hours marking the airport's first such flights since the US forces withdrew from the country officials say the largest group of foreigners including Americans and other westerners will depart Thursday on a Qatar Airways flight that had earlier ferry to military aid to the country the departure of a large group of Americans for the first time since he was finished it's frantic are left at the end of August will also signal that U. S. officials have come to an arrangement with the news Taliban rulers in recent days that there had been a standoff between the Taliban and organizes several charter planes who had hoped to evacuate Americans and at risk Afghans from an airport in northern Afghanistan I'm is area Shockley
Blinken Says US Working With Taliban on Charter Flights
"Secretary of state Anthony Blinken says the U. S. is working with the Taliban to facilitate additional charter flights for Americans and others seeking to leave Afghanistan speaking from Qatar blink it says the Taliban have given assurances of safe passage for all with proper travel documents and the US will hold them to that pledge it's my understanding that the Taliban has not denied exit to anyone holding a valid document but they have said that those without valid documents at this point can't leave but because all of these people are grouped together that's meant that flights if not then then allowed to go Lincoln says he believes there are somewhere around a hundred American citizens still in Afghanistan who want to leave the state department is in contact with them I'm Julie Walker
Light at the End of the Tunnelfor Air Travel?
"While they have been quite a lot of new developments over the past fortnight in terms of international travel some bad but also some good in summary getting back to australia over the next couple of months unfortunately looks like it could be hotter than ever but this finally light at the end of the tunnel with talk now of opening up. Australia's international borders at least for some states by the end of this year. There's been a lot to take in so joining me now. To dissect it all is travel agent and regular guest on this podcast. Allan lamb from netwave. Trevor woke mellon so back in july listeners. Might remember the sterling government javier. The number of passengers allowed to arrive each week into each of the different states and so the arrival caps before july would there were three thousand spots a week into sydney melbourne and brisbane with age taking in one thousand people and perth and adelaide were taking in five hundred thirty passengers. H week bought from july when the government half those caps that reduced And the so. The number of passengers allowed to come in on commercial. Flights into sydney was leave. One thousand five hundred a week. Melbourne brisbane dropped down to five hundred passengers. Awake and perth adelaide. Down to only two hundred sixty five eighty per week. The impact of that was already quite devastating but that was only supposed to be until the end of august. Sadly last week the australian government extended those halved arrived caps until now the end of october and that in fact they didn't even have the courtesy of announcing this publicly. What they did is they just informed the airlines and the airlines have now had to stop dumping twenty seven thousand. People in total of flights. Were booked on over the next two months ellen. What does this mean overall in terms of flights to australia. Unfortunately we've seen a lot of flights get canceled. Four raza timber and in some cases. The of started cancelling fraud type as well as even that reduction kept now in places where the toyota That means that a little flat to being played cancelled and the can't cancelled innocence operating That means is. I know your passengers being carried and the cap is now low at two hundred sixty five seeing some of these carry about ten passengers and often the majority of these business plus fortunately with adelaide is not as many airlines flying in. So because it's mainly qatar airways flying they tend to be taking a hard number sir about thirty forty passes per week into add
Blinken Says Taliban Must Earn 'International Legitimacy and Support'
"Breaking now the United States, wrapping up its military presence in Afghanistan Monday and moving a base of operations to nearby Doha, Qatar. Secretary of State Antony Blinken at the State Department said the U. S government will continue a modified evacuation plan with the coalition of Allied Nations who are watching the Taliban to do what it has pledged to do. Secretary, Blinken said. The Taliban has said it wants to be respected. But the world is watching Taliban seeks international legitimacy and support. Our message is any legitimacy and any support will have to be earned. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, issuing a statement at the end of the American war in Afghanistan, thanking the amazing troops for their work and telling our new Afghan friends that we will provide the displaced with temporary living spaces, medical care and sustenance at military facilities at home and abroad, continuing to screen them. And process, some of them to lead new lives in America. He also said, We'll work to defend our citizens from terrorist threats emanating from anywhere
Blinken says 'under 200, likely closer to 100' Americans wishing to leave remain in Afghanistan after US withdrawal
"Even though the military's withdrawn from Afghanistan the state department says its work will continue in evacuating civilians and holding the Taliban accountable for promises to uphold human rights secretary of state entity blink and says the new team will lead the post war diplomatic efforts for Afghanistan and for safety we suspended our diplomatic presence in Kabul and transferred our operations to Doha Qatar Blinken estimates more than one hundred twenty three thousand people have been evacuated but someone to two hundred Americans remain along with many of the Afghans who supported the US we will keep working to help our commitment to them has no deadline blink and says the U. S. and the international community will hold the Taliban to its promises but a Republican congressman Michael waltz who served in Afghanistan says the US has given it all away to the Taliban by pulling up with Americans left behind they understand strength in the understand leverage and they understand military might and we're showing none of that right now Jackie Quinn Washington
Taliban Forces in Kabul Airport Ready to Take Over
"To take full control of the airport in Kabul, once the U. S. Military pulls out of Afghanistan. That's according to Reuters news agency, NPR's Michele Kelemen reports, the State Department says it doesn't expect a functioning airport right away. The U. S has been talking to the Taliban, Qatar, Turkey and others to try to make sure there's a smooth handover of the airport in airfield, State Department spokesperson that price says it's in everyone's interests. That there be a functioning civilian airport with the U. S military set to depart by August 31st. I think that, um It is probably unreasonable to expect that there will be normal airport operations on September 1st. But he says the U. S and Allied Air traffic experts have been laying the groundwork for resumption of civilian air services as quickly as possible after the US leaves Michele Kelemen,
Girl Born on Afghanistan Evacuation Flight Named After Plane's Call Sign
"Military evacuation flight from Afghanistan to Ramstein Air Base in Germany, has been named reach. After the call sign of the aircraft reaches parents were aboard a flight from a staging base in Qatar after fleeing Afghanistan. U. S Air Mobility Command says the mother went into labor on the Sunday flight and began having complications. Aircraft commander decided to send an altitude to increase air pressure, which helps stabilize the new mom and may have saved
Civilian Air Fleet Activated for 3rd Time in History to Aid Afghanistan Evacuation
"Time in U. S history. The Pentagon is activated the country's Civil Reserve Air fleet, meaning 18 civilian aircraft from airlines such as American, Delta and United are being utilized to aid the Afghanistan evacuation in the wake of the Taliban takeover. The planes will head US military bases in Germany, Qatar and Bahrain to fly stranded evacuees elsewhere, alleviating some of the pressure on armed forces trying to get tens of thousands of Americans and Afghan civilians to safety. The Biden administration estimating on Sunday that several 1000 Americans remain in Afghanistan. The State Department on Saturday warned US citizens to travel to the airport only when contacted with instructions. Meanwhile, U. S forces are on alert for attacks from Isis in Afghanistan. Let me be clear the evacuation of thousands of people from Kabul. Is going to be hard and painful. No matter when it started when we began would have been true if we had started a month ago. Or a month from now, there is no way to evacuate this many people without pain and loss of heartbreaking images You see on television. It's just the fact my heart aches for those things. Those people you see We are approving that we can move those thousands of people a day out of Kabul. We're bringing our citizens, NATO allies Afghanis who would help that factors helped us in the war effort. We have a long way to go and a lot can still go wrong or to move out 30,000 people in just over week. It's a great testament to the men and women on the ground in Kabul and armed services. It also reflects a tireless diplomatic effort in order to keep a steady flow of planes taking off from Kabul. And maximize our evacuation capacity. We have quickly stood up an unprecedented global effort and established a series of processing stations in third countries. Most of the
Chaos Persists at Kabul Airport
"Been a brutal wait for President Biden's foreign policy as the U. S. Continues its chaotic evacuation from Afghanistan, and the president tries to rewrite expectations for Americans and U. S allies. In a series of appearances, the president contradicted his own advisers. On everything from the terror threat in Afghanistan to what the military and intelligence communities were telling him Right now, thousands of Americans in Afghan Allah allies await guidance on whether and how to try to reach the Kabul airport. In a moment we'll discuss all this with the secretary of state, Antony Blinken. But first let's bring in trade youngster in Doha, Qatar, with the latest on the situation on the ground in Kabul, an injured child is carried through the crowd as soldiers work to sort through a sea of people. Gunfire and scenes of chaos erupted for the sixth straight day outside of Kabul's only airport. It's been a week since the Taliban took control of the capital, and these families lives are changed forever. Amid new threats. The State Department is now urging US citizens to avoid travel to Kabul's airport of Their fears they could be attacked. The Taliban now controls an estimated 600,000 weapons, 75,000 vehicles and 200 aircraft, all formerly given to Afghan security forces by the United States to escape the danger. Evacuees are being flown to regional countries like Pakistan, the and Qatar until they can be processed and given permanent homes in Doha, hundreds of Afghans are sheltering a world away from the turmoil engulfing their homeland. These
Pentagon Commandeers 18 Commercial Planes to Help Afghanistan Evacuation
"Defense Department is requesting 18 commercial aircraft from six carriers to help transport evacuees from Afghanistan. These planes from airlines like Delta and United will not fly into Kabul, but they'll be used to transport evacuees once they have left the country. The evacuation process continues, but in chaotic scenes outside the airport in Kabul At least 20 people have been killed in the last week, ABC Xeon Panelists in Kabul with more on the ongoing situation. Pakistan and Qatar are the only two countries really in the city, helping to get people through the chaos, which doesn't seem to be improving and into the airport. Meanwhile, a new potential threat from Isis militants, with some planes coming in having to make combat Diving landings and as they're taking off having to fire flares.
Taliban Take Afghanistan's Third-Largest City in Onslaught
"The taliban seized three more afghan provincial capitals and the local army headquarters on wednesday completing a blitz across the country's northeast and giving them control of two-thirds of the nation as the us nato finalized their withdrawal after decades of war the fall of the capitals of badakhstan bank land and farrah provinces put increasing pressure on the country's central government to send the tide of the advance even as it lost a major base in kunduz president ashraf ghani rushed to balkh province already surrounded by taliban held territory to seek help from warlords many links to allegations of atrocities and corruption in pushing back the insurgents he'll say replaced his army chief of staff while the capital of kabul itself has not been directly. Threatened me advance the stunning speed of the offensive racist questions of how long the afghan government can maintain control of the slivers of the country. It has left. The government's may eventually be forced to pull back to defend the capital and just a few other cities the success at the taliban offensive also calls into question whether they would ever rejoin long. Stalled peace talks in qatar aimed at moving afghanistan toward an inclusive interim administration as the west hoped instead. The taliban could come to power by force or the country could splinter into factional fighting like it did after the soviet withdrawal in nineteen thousand nine. The multiple battlefronts have stretched the government special operations forces while regular troops have often fled the battlefield and the violence is push thousands of civilians to seek safety in the capitol the us military which plans to complete its withdrawal by the end of the month because conducted some s strikes but has largely avoided involving itself in the ground campaign.
US Envoy to Warn Taliban Not to Bet on Afghan Takeover
"A US peace envoy who's back in the Middle East has warned the Taliban not to pursue a military victory on the ground the U. S. peace envoys on my heart is out says the Taliban government that comes to power through force in Afghanistan will not be recognized hello is that is in Doha Qatar where the Taliban maintain a political office is there to help formulate a joint international response to the rapidly the Tory ating situation in Afghanistan the development comes amid a weeks long relentless Taliban offensive as American and NATO forces a finalized the pullout from war torn Afghanistan insurgents have captured five out of thirty four provincial capitals in the country in less than a week I'm sorry I shockingly
Venture Capitalist Keith Rabois Describes His Typical Cardio Workout Routine
"What would typical work look like for you like if you were going to do specifically a cardio workout designed to enhance two-minute recovery or or some flavor of interval training whether whether you want to describe what you're doing a barry's bootcamp or what you might be doing on your own. What loaded typical workout. Actually be for you. Sure capable workouts not fifty minutes. And it's probably subdivided roughly half into cardio in roughly half into resistance training with weights. And the i'd swap back and forth every called every six to ten minutes between the two so imagine two or three sets of each the cardio component would typically be a mix of jog runs. Sprint job runs french jog run sprint. So during the heart rate up. Max bring it back down not all the way but to you know so where you can breathe normal rows of normally and then spring back up and then bury the incline. Sue tried to the same fight on a plot ground surface and you guys sprint faster. Typically but then increased incline and try to maintain as much of the speed. And then there's different cycle is sector qatar's up and down. You can bury adler thirty seconds. Thirty seconds at the highest intensity or sixty six high-intensity mean or if i i kinda rotated that around somewhat for mental variety unless you're how much physical training really requires us but Up in synchronized to music. So i think music is gonna be darius active from premium performance. It also is very effective for improving Emotional tolerance of intensity training which is related on a lot of good studies. Deflecting in a nice book written by Professor mcdougall at stanford called the joy of movements out of the research on the fact of music on a particular kinds of music athletic performance. So i this is. My workouts are synchronized with like. Eds style music.
Gyasi Zardes' Late Winner Sends USMNT to Gold Cup Final
"As sends the United States' men's national team onto the Gold Cup final. Williams in the return show, Akina got back to that bikini cut for space. It takes the lead Johnson. These artists, US beat Qatar one nil in the in Austin behind the 86th minute goal from the forward to the Columbus crew. Qatar had a penalty
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"We'll more and more polished and time it right going into the playoffs. you know. it's not. Every day we have a goalkeeper here to really tell us what makes this charito great. You see him every day. What makes him so special festival was finishing. Training is incredible. Really you know seeing how close Is is first time. Finishing volleys finishing causes is is high level. As you believe as you'd expect you for row matured united But then on the other side of things in game see kind of its own for us you know his mindset as a leader in the changing room. I'm kind of initiates. Those those presses knows pressures and we have a lot of young players you know we have. You know like kevin sonnet. Just come in the new to the league and have him up. There is important to kind of lead that press the that we like to do. How alexa play. So yeah in terms of even off the boys he's been he's been a big loss rawson now. I think it's a it's a longtime injuries can be back soon but We have sikanda Does become walls while he's around. So i look we got colosio throughout throughout the squad so it shouldn't be too much for probably all right. I'm trying to think of how i'm going to say this. Major league soccer goalies. Jonathan have somewhat of a state this reputation beyond the league. Some people outside. Mls don't think the goalkeeping in this league is all that good. You've come in you've seen it you've experienced. What do you think of the standard of goalkeeping a major league. Soccer truthfully personnel. I always still a martini. Moussa.
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"Never been the man anywhere he's been. I will give him this credit though. If you watch the game against south africa he was physically getting beat up every single time. I think one of the players was red-carded for challenge on him. And when you're a forward a nine and you're doing all the right things all the little things for your team and your teammates. In the coach you want to reward yourself with that play by scoring a goal your reinforcement. What are the overage players. There seems to be a weight that that that should be carried with your play and that wasn't the case leading up to so we finally rewards go. i think that was brilliant. Yeah of course Scoring as well was that him. What's that that really almost goal. Sorry what do you mean on the video. Does it kind of like very fortuitous bounced off. But yeah well. We'll credit him credit enough aspect. I think he's having a good tournament having a good term obviously should one of the overage players here so south korea is who mexico draws in the quarter-final. Would you be confident or worried. If you're mexico fan here little both because let me hold on hold on. Let me say this when we first started breaking on this tournament. You're like well. whatever happens. mexico whoever they get out of group. Hey yeah we'll take we'll take south. Korea beat under a six zero. And if i look at the way that japan played against mexico and the physical deficiencies by the mexican players and keeping up with the speed of play. If south korea could present some of that you have to be worried for them themselves. I mean japan exposed mexico. In a way that. I've not seen jimmy lozano's men be exposed in quite some time if ever so if south korea can mimic some of that speed a place specially in their attacking third and he just dropped six and an opponent that mexico knows very well. That's that's not. That's not something that leaves me at ease. If i'm a mexico plan. South korea ten goals in their last two games against six against dudas four against romania. But then there's the other side of the coin which is a one nothing loss against zealand. So certainly this is a team that can be had one other important note. Charlie rodriguez out for this game suspension. That's a big loss for mexico isn't it. yeah yeah tournament it is it is. Because he's a very good player he's got experienced. Understand the boneheaded decision that you're winning three zero a man with twenty minutes ago. Let them if he's going to be one of you. Want your take your chances. Don't record card yourself and put your team in a difficult position for the next game fair. Enough wonder if Charlie watching tonight against boom us on saturday night. It'll be on where.
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"Not upside right. I'm not crazy. There's no offside you know what kills me is we could sit here and we could argue about is it outside is not. The referee can go take a look at the bar and no present pointed. They say hey. Come look at it for yourself. Because it's kinda tight. We got a little discussion. We've got a situation in. This instance makes the call four to center around. Yeah and that's what gets me because goals change games. This bowl gets in. It goes in. All of a sudden women are playing with a bit of swagger confidence australian asked to look for the game chase the game which opens them up and now a player like alex. Morgan speed getting become now players. Like bigger have more room to operate they're not so smothered it would have been a much easier game on our eyes and goals don't just change games. They also change tournaments for individuals. Alex morgan probably needed that. Didn't she absolutely because there was a chance early on that she misses. That is not like how it's more than that long breakaway. Yeah and. She's reaching for an old alex morgan but comfortable right. Yeah old. That morgan one sees the player coming through takes the angle so the players gotta take her out angora. She goes to goal by herself and old. Alex morgan blows by with pace in looked laboring at the end of worship. Does she was going to get caught and she had to reach for and your psyche. You score that goal. It's much easier for you because you're dealing with these insecurities of. Why did my coach take me out. Halftime of the first What's going on here. And why didn't he start me. Why don't you start me a second game that can give us new zealand exactly. So we'll speaking of alex morgan. She has some very interesting comments. After the match specifically about the strategy that the us went with Against australia quote. It was a tactical decision by coach. Flat go in an oscar. Shift defensively a little more conservatively and really allow them to be impatient. Play along and give it back to us eventually. Feel like both teams kinda sat in and it became a matter of playing a professional game.
United States Advances To Gold Cup Semifinals With Victory Over Jamaica
"Well that was a dramatic finish. Yeah i give you extra time. So it's getting very late here on the east coast. And i thought we were steamrolling towards penalties Because that's just how things go sometimes. But no no no a hero emerges matthew hoppy scoring the late header by the way the i had Headed goal of his professional career. What a time. He chose to do it the. Us win one nil setting up a semifinal match for them this thursday at the much more amenable time of seven pm eastern time against qatar. You know you always throw the records out when the us guitar meat and a gold cup
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"But i think theoretically it's possible and the kind of global response we see the to. This pandemic is different from any other infection. I mean i mean the water has learned. Its lesson that lovie learn lessons had be. Forget them for this one to be honest with you. I am more excited that he'd been right because i mean i spent my career working on on infections that affect the poor. And it's very very difficult to really you know to fight for his because it doesn't affect the really rich people. This pandemic is different. It's really. I mean if you think fit any any hepatitis in this war will see this pandemic as a real enemy because it caused massive economic that the world has never seen before so so i think that that that economic incentive to to find the spend amac is very very different from all other. Actually this is. Why more optimistic okay. On you know when when when there is an interest and there is an incentive. You can see medicals this way like you said. Technology is developing quick size. So if you put your mind to it we can solve this problem. What what would you say Sort of the minimum threshold if you could see that is needed For the first vaccine plus group vaccines to be To be useful what so the minimum threshold you would see any value for the efficacy will be used for but of course what we want is sufficient. If can see each chaired immunity. He i would say. We need sixty to eighty percents somewhere over there in order to have a minimal chance of being able to richer immunity and control infection transmission. Okay so so. That is where the typical flu vaccine comes out at. Also right about about sixty to eighty percent year. Oh it's even quite often significantly less than that times. Actually sometimes even below fifty percent you know for the influenza vaccine they they thrive to produce it before actually they know exactly the circulating stream. So it's hit and miss situation you know so they. Only they count on christly activity. Latino here actually we. We know the virus and it doesn't look like it's mutating rapidly so so so. I think we have a better chance you. So that's what i want to ask you so from an evolutionary perspective. You figured an effective vaccine. Bill deadened dr mutations with Drive evolution build that drive more potent strains to to appear in the future. About what do we know about that a clearly. It will create an evolutionary pressure so there will be evolutionary patient for the vaccine to evade for the evolutionary pressure. Florida on the virus to evade the vaccine. Yes so it could. I mean in principle now but again. I mean fortunately for this virus it does not look like it's mutating rapidly. Yeah this is this. Is i think you. It's really encouraging who. I've seen one big mutation. That's actually becoming dominant which districts Fourteen mutation but but really that's more the exception rather than the rule. I mean i i but i i don't have that background. I moran eulogists book to my understanding. It does not look like it's actually. It will quickly okay. That is Denison courageous So i want to finish up with your paper on we explosion and they have seen a lot of talk around us andy task but like if implications vaccination as well as for the policy interventions again qatar data. What does it tell us about the possibility of being sections. Yes so so..
"qatar" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Because we have done actually antibody testing lots of dissing here so we found very low severity. So so for example fidelity it was only only and it's really very fast in india was only two thousand in our population. Ten thousand so it will set you would lower than What you see in traditional flu. Ah no i would say. It's still actually overall higher than okay. It is now there is an here. I why it's very low here. Because of the age structure of the booklet. Yeah we simply don't have the elderly population very small and also. This population wasn't much affected by the democ. Here we it was really well protected in our part of it because in fact the culture was support. I mean the elderly population lives In homes with their families and cutler has the highest per capita income in the war so they liberally an excellent housing congested housing and so on so the elderly wasn't really much affected. fortunately by the democrats and most of our population are so. So i if we compare these rates say to influenza in the us the are actually comparable comparable but this is not this not really fair comparison. Because you know the us you have a significant fraction of the population above six years. Age right right and so it's interesting. You have an extension under the people here H could be driving able in kobe. Epidemic trajectories worldwide. and so. he's sort of taking the qatar data. Looking across the world are to save. You can see some patterns right so so there's a steady flying. Yes so this is in fact was exactly as indicated because of our expediency. I mean what what we saw is a very different dynamic. Compared to what actually what was observed in europe and the us we simply did not have that level of severity. I mean the total number of deaths. We we had is just over two hundred thirty dollars so far and the democrat is really in in in a low incidence phase right now so it's really very striking. How how so. This really compelled us to look into into into this and indeed the throw this study when we projected that rates pair. I mean the age specific mortality rates. Apply them into different population demographics structures around the world. We make sure there must be very different mortality rates global by this infection just simply because of infraction of the elderly. And this is really why. I think we have seen. We have seen it pretty very serious epidemic. Say the us ask. And i think now it's will about two hundred thousand deaths in the us but really in countries which are ill equipped to deal with them. That i'm not seeing actually that much mortality Let me take syria for example. It's a country that's if you know in in a civil war so that must be expanding rapidly over there but actually it doesn't look like it generated much more diligent africa's other example because africa is the youngest population in the world. Democ is expanding but really mortality has been really really low. Yes so so..
"qatar" Discussed on The Entwistle Podcast
"Yesterday Saudi Arabia and Qatar had been at each other's throats since June two thousand seventeen bus stop, so the Kingdom serotypes, but was neighbor. The Saudis backed by several Gulf states accused Qatar, supported terrorism and biking Saudi Arabia's mortal enemy a run. The Forty Marlon border, but she still an for two percent of course food were sealed off and has remained closed to this very day. In Qatar after the blockade, they gave Saudi nationals forty eight hours to leave. Families were torn apart. For the work going daily to plan to Qatar will either have to get new way of getting fans in or just simply relief tinged with Saudi Arabia I. Say simply, but it's not as easy. 'cause so sounds Otto so I say it's not as easy as it sounds bogus Louis. Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman wants to buy Newcastle and it's looking like it's going to go ahead. Obviously, people are through on the tour of the prime and rightfully so because it keeps, you can kill Khachatryan days human rights. It's all. Alleged allegedly after so them. So! Aljazeera! Qatari new station that I mentioned earlier they are. You know they're properly. Slaying the Saudis. On what Saudi want do is they want to get the Qataris only zero on so that the takeover can go all over, and they can be. Po- then you'd be Powell's again. It's looking unlikely. But what do I know? I'm the government official. The reason why I'm guessing of into a tangent about the poor relationship between Saudi. Arabia and Qatar is that many people believe that Saudi Arabia accused them of funding terrorism only because they were on the rock up, not because violated the treaty that was signed way back in twenty fourteen. It's a rock would be taken off guitar and a new host found. Simple as lot right. This is a bigger concern to make, but it's clear the Saudis Jealous Qatar success with them being the richest country in the world, and because of the oil and gas exploration I touched on earlier Qatar, hosting the biggest sporting tournament in the world, and to punch the Saudis, because it ensures that they're even further by Catano. Many media outlets are also reporting that Crown Prince Mohammed bin. Salman was behind reports fever President Gianni Infantino, wanting to increase the tournament size to forty eight teams four years early. Qatar would have to share the tournament with Saudi Arabia Qatar are way too small Ho. Stop bigger tournament by themselves. He allegedly offered twenty five billion dollars to get the deal with. The source pointing the finger, was Sh SEDOC. Szeto who are? I say well respected. I've disrespected been awful pronunciation, but they are supposed very well respected newspaper who have a reputation of serious reporter. They mentioned the massive article about this. I think maybe last year..
"qatar" Discussed on The Entwistle Podcast
"And obviously, they weren't getting paid off about what we did. Is He actually made a suicide? This wasn't in Qatar. This was this was an Abu Dhabi and they made a suicide pact. Which I think is a little bit heartbreaking. Considering with the families and they're in a very very horrible, a messed up situation on the. What. What can I do other than that to get? That situation can't run because they'll be caught and imprisoned. And I wouldn't lend to be imprisoned really really whole. Country you know you dehydrate. You Die Amnesty International Escape One company that Qatar Medical, cure, MC which still paying workers last September. Workers complained in processes and tried legal challenges. The even received empty promises of retaliation. No Molly until much. Payments are still far behind. After being confronted by Amnesty Cure Mc, admitted as villers setting severe flood issues fund for this country moral. Fi fell on Qatar the beneficiaries of this construction, each billions of dollars in reserve. One worker interviewed by Amnesty. Meanwhile, we'd be able to send his son to school and other was able to support a sick father back home. Some have been able to about loans. One worker told amnesty. We don't want salary. We do have money to go to court, so we have to ask friends. We have the back. Only God knows what's going on. We're suffering now. Our family is calling us for my. They say we should come back because they don't want us to suffer. Some of the companies are not sticking to the rules. Why wanted to say to Qatar is rules are not working for all human beings. God helps you to be in the business. Neuron at doesn't mean you should let. People suffer moving on from these human rights violations we have. An, ongoing problem. With Saudi, Arabia they're they're. They're fighting minute. They're not happy with each other. In June. Twenty eighteen pro government media reported Saudi Arabia was to turn Qatar into an island by digging, a monstrous cal Paulo to the border, the thirty seven mile long on two hundred meter, wide Salva Komo we cut off the two nations, but part of Saudi Arabia would remain part of the newly created Qatari island. As estimates to coaster on two point, eight billion Saudi rows, which is around seven, hundred, forty, seven billion US dollars, the Saudi territory on the Qataris out of the canal will be used as a nuclear waste facility. Some saw the movie an empty threat, but in August, twenty eighteen, a senior government official confirmed the project and expressed excitement over his potential. Obviously, this is being treated is a series matter by Saudi? Arabia. Really nothing to do with Qatar. Crown Prince Mohammad bin. Salman was heavily accused of masterminding. The assassination of dramatic Shoji are Saudi. Arabian born journalist who wrote for The Washington Post an hour of news, and Saudi, Arabia and Bahrain Kashogi would frequently write articles for the Washington Post after he fled Saudi Arabia and June, two, thousand, seventeen, criticizing the government from afar. It's believed the Crown Prince bin. Salman gave the Oakland. Oakland stop negative things about is being spread the reason why this box is so relevant, Qatar based News Aljazeera gave lows of coverage about the murder emphasised how bad the situation was to the west Saudi Arabia obviously no pleased when of Qatar major problems is that? They are currently facing a blockage to which is three year anniversary of as of last week, so the fifth of.
"qatar" Discussed on The Entwistle Podcast
"I've heard from taxi drivers in Abu Dhabi on what actually happens with them? I I'm not sure. Boost our countries as well. What what they do is, they'll take. They'll basically go and get a driver's tax drivers from Pakistan India. The Philippines place flightless. What do is, they'll promise the world and this loveliest metropolis city, and then they'll. Take the passport of them are. They will not give it back. It's crew released crew. You know they have to just send money home to their families. I go Chanda some guys who? You know they haven't seen the kids in years. Like Very parents listening to us. You have kids at all. Imagine Oh, senior care for five years. That's that's crazy. That's the main. Take away from the Amnesty International report detailing. Labor abuses in the Gulf Emma workers out by stadium. The ten will not I mentioned earlier. They actually went seven months without pay according to Amnesty International. Always the allegedly. I have to say allegedly here. Because there's no, there's no proof happened, so they allegedly bribed its way. It's the walkable streets way back in two thousand ten I remember where I was almost ten years ago, actually not was ten years ago and I remember Oak Tar was La. And we have family friends who live in Qatar so that's how I got the opportunity to go there with my family and stay with them so. Twelve years to turn and to stay up the cities and futuristic stadiums. Plenty of money edges just needed to actually do the building us. You know when they would ask I mentioned earlier, Obviously Talk Stroz, story and appleby. They turned to some of the peruse places on earth now, which countries like Nepal India and Bangladesh and other in southeast. Asia and Africa to find those humans fuel the follow system, a quintessential exploitive skin. The government has pledged to dismantle but. But persists nonetheless. RECRUITER SECO unemployed foreigners who need worked families. They promise relatively well paying jobs in Qatar. They're all employed foreigners envisioning stable where they can stunt home, take out loans and make often legal payments to.
"qatar" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"World have until Monday afternoon to apply a Qatar Airways website that's right you know what what things do ease over really nice and in turn wherever this person flies still be hotels etcetera I'm sure they'll be partaking of it that could help the travel industry as well are there you know those are three things you need to know four three I her radio goes one on one with Gwen Stefani talking about how intense or songwriting sessions can be is like the most incredible feeling because literally there is nothing like writing a song you have to be in the room to see it happen because even the people writing it that are like doing it all the time like everyone's different and that's what's also so incredible that it like I had written a bunch of songs and I was so proud of it and I couldn't believe it like for me it was like ID channel god shooting me like for me that's how intense it was keep listening to her radio for more of Gwen Stefani and all your favorite artists the police are not clear on the westbound.
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"Have a checking account and a regular source of income go to get cash dot com one point five it's the weather gradually warming up as we go through the next couple of days a little rain at times we'll see mostly cloudy skies we have for the night time hours lows dropping down to the upper thirties on offering a cool easterly breeze on Wednesday highs in the mid forties and drying up Thursday sunshine returning gradually highs in the low to mid fifties a little more rain possible Thursday night into Friday morning Friday site with a cloudy skies early rain in the low to mid fifties I'm your only destructive forty six degrees in Qatar at forty four degrees the wall forty one degrees or Lakers fast traffic weather and every fifteen minutes zero one or one point one eight hundred two eight three one one point five twenty one Palestinians now all time favorite video going back inside in nineteen eighty one this used to be my life I used to be in the lobby the company we do like sweet sixteens and every Friday night B. as we sixteen but afterwards it was over the man album diner where I got the bagel with lox and cream cheese.
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"I. seventy five in Qatar in big concert at the Fillmore theater tonight expect increased foot and vehicular traffic in the area I'm Dave Davies on the patriot F. M. one a one point five at AM fourteen hundred Hey it's really came to host a big Billy can outdoors so thrilled to be in Detroit with all of my camp outs but he's had a focus learn why soon Mister white tail this your blood brother Ted Nugent god bless America good morning everybody it's Jase Robertson from duck dynasty bill if you don't set around those dogs should never gonna come in professional angler Kevin mandate let's go Fishin big Billy Kimber outdoors Saturday morning at six on FM one a one point five and ATM fourteen hundred the patriot I began refereeing in high school to get women to chase me and they did why did they ever sometimes sports can bring out the worst in us and here's Phil Callaway explaining on focus on the family minutes thank chase me down darkened hallways watch and sometimes out of town they were so mad at me if you ever doubt there is seen on earth referee church hockey one night I found myself breaking up a fight between two pastors honest I put them in a deli box one guy turned to me and said when I get to the rink I leave Jesus behind that's what he said I said you're not a kid look at you wow do you invite Jesus along with you as you're playing sports or to work let it be part of your interactions more from Phil and family minute dot org motor city help wanted dot com.
"qatar" Discussed on Caught Offside
"And, and no college players if I'm not mistaken, which I think, is the first time that's ever happened at the twenty little for the US. So, you know, Tableau has done a fantastic job with twenty over the years, and they tend to get stronger as tournament goes on. So I mean, I think they are in a tough group. You know, Qatar Nigeria Ukraine, I mean, you know, Qatar might seem like an easy one, but you know they've they've had some success at senior level of late. So, you know, I think you know, I'd say it's got its work cut out for him. But certainly, the, you know, the talent and the potential to do a lot of damage in this tournament. It will be remissed to let you go without asking about DaMarcus, Beasley you've covered him for so long. What you're biting memory of him as he goes into retirement. Biding memory is. The US just couldn't couldn't get rid of this guy. And I get rid of it's not like they were trying to get rid of them. You know, it wasn't like they wanted to. But I mean just to his longevity was just unbelievable. And you think of guys from that generation, you know, Landon Donovan and Clint Dempsey and, and he lasted them all. And, you know, you think about the early years and, you know, he was this, this great winger and you remember him at the two thousand two World Cup. And, you know he Donovan were teenagers. And you know they just they didn't look phase at all. And then, you know, he he kind of that transition into the back, it was one he fought for awhile. I mean I remember talking to him after World Cup qualifier. I think it was against Trinidad and Tobago. And he wanted no. Part of the discussions about him being a right back. I mean he really fought that. But you know in his latter years that was a way to stay on the field both at club level in with the national team. And so. You know, I give them credit because you know that, that can be a tough transition for a lot of guys. I mean for me it's, it's just how consistently excellent. He was for so long. I mean that's really might take away and you know it's taught the guy was gonna play forever. So I mean when he announced it was it shouldn't have been a shock, but it, but it kind of was, and so, you know, he you know, he was part of a generation where, you know, the US really made some, some amazing strides and he was witnessed, you know, the big the big stumble the big fall in the last World Cup cycle, too. But you know he was such a dependable contributor and you always knew what you were going to get. And, and so I you know, I salute them I mean, he he's a legend and, you know, I think he's a first ballot hall of Famer for sure. So we think of you Jeff as a dependable contributor. Famer for sure that Jeff good stuff, man. I'm sure we'll be in touch as the as the summer grows. Closer. Thanks, man. All right. Thanks, jeff. He mentioned Tobin heath, I just wanted to did you see her non touch nutmeg the other night at gave me. Well, first of all, I would consider it a Domi. Okay. And put it, it was, it was at both the Domi an-and make dot gave me feelings. Yeah, she's really, really good. And has been for such a long time, but I do think she's being overshadowed because to create a force in the team has come from other places and usually Meghan repeatable, and I might change my view that they can't win. If Pinos injured. Tobin heath can step up contribute to in terms of creativity. She's, and she did something that rigid. Do you see her back gold, the F Orlando price? She's just ridiculous. I'm so excited for this tournament. So hopefully, we can have we can recreate the oh space, which was your your Gary Neville moments. Kelli o'hara's goal. I think it was the China game. The semifinal, can't remember the court. I it was one of the latter stages..
"qatar" Discussed on ESPN FC
"But, you know, he's a guy that, you know, for whom big things have been predicted for a while. So, you know, I think this is a this is an opportunity for him to really, really make a statement. And, and really, you know, you know. Set down a marker, if you will in terms of, you know, we're he is. And what do you contribute going forward? I mean, certainly had guys like Alex Mendez and early Janas you know, men doesn't particular thought had a, you know, a fantastic qualifying tournaments, you know. And then we'll see if guys like Sebastian Soto who's been on the books at Hanover. You know he's made his debut this year. I mean he's a guy that's breaking through. And then then packs pommel from FC Dallas. I mean he's had a really good season, so far, you know, I think he's another guy who could who could make a big impression. So you know, it's got a nice mix to it. And, and no college players if I'm not mistaken, which I think, is the first time that's ever happened at the twenty little for the US. So, you know, Tableau has done a fantastic job with you twenties over the years, and they tend to get stronger tournament goes on. So I mean, I think they are in a tough group. You know, Qatar Nigeria Ukraine, I mean, you know, Qatar might seem like an easy one but you know they've had some success at senior level of late. So, you know, I think the United States it's got its work cut out for him. But certainly, the, you know, the talent and the potential to do a lot of damage in his tournament. It will be remiss to let you go without asking about DaMarcus, Beasley you've covered him for Seoul long. What you're biting memory of him as he goes into retirement. I mean my biding memory is. The US just couldn't couldn't get rid of this guy. And I get rid of it's not like they were trying to get rid of them. You know, it wasn't like they wanted to. But I mean just to his longevity was just unbelievable. And you think of guys from that generation, you know, Landon Donovan and Clint Dempsey and, and he lasted them all. And, you know, you think about the early years and, you know, he was this, this great winger. And you remember him at the two thousand two World Cup. And, you know he Donovan were teenagers. And you know they they didn't look phase at all. And then, you know, he he kind of that transition into the back and it was one he fought for awhile. I mean I remember talking to him after World Cup qualifier. I think it was against Trinidad and Tobago. And he wanted no. Part of the discussions about him being a right back. I mean he, he really fought that. But you know in his latter years that was a way to stay on the field both at club level in with the national team. And so. You know, I give them credit because you know that, that can be a tough transition for a lot of guys. I mean for me it's, it's just consistently excellent. He was for so long. I mean that's really my take away and you know it's taught the guy was gonna play forever. So I mean when he announced it was it shouldn't have been a shock, but it kind of was, and so, you know, he you know, he was part of a generation where, you know, the US really made some some amazing strides and was witnessed, you know, the big the big stumble the big fall in the last World Cup cycle, too. But you know he was such a dependable contributor and you always knew what you were going to get. And, and so I you know, I salute them I mean, he he's a legend and, you know, I think he's a first ballot hall of Famer for sure. So we think of you Jeff as a dependable contributor. Hall of Famer for sure. Jeff good stuff. Man. I'm sure we'll be in touch as the as the summer grows..
"qatar" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Eight five K FOX Logan Qatar team, Omar each net a pair sharks ws six three in the opener of the Western Conference finals Qatar and h l leading eleven goals postseason Martin Jones twenty eight stops. Barry, Melrose in the Levy lounge with the subject game one. Great tonight. They were flying. They got a bunch of guys a lot of people don't know because you're on the west coast Myers is great hurdles great Qatar as I mentioned might be the best in the playoffs right now. Defensely burns playing great Carlson's playing great and Jones guy that they thought was done and they wanted to pull them in the first series turned into the probably the most solid goaltender in the playoffs. Right now game to Monday night at tank beat main event at UFC to thirty seven the women's draw away title between champion rose nominee. Eunice and Brazilian challenger. Jessica on drudge so the champ goes to the challenges. Backyard Rio, which is why Yunus was an underdog heading in despite holding the bell. It played out that way on-drive rallied second round knockout giving the home fans what they wanted all night long. She weathered several punches from Nava unis in the opening round. But kept charging and picked her up and slammed her head to the canvas. Knocked her out cold at two minutes. Fifty eight seconds. You have see analysts Michael biz being on sports center at night rolls number Yunus went out that she looked absolutely sensational. Fry it to the finish. I was thinking. Wow. There is no lady in the UFC. That's going to be her anytime soon, she at cross between a will championship box with a foot and a ballet downside. She was just one step ahead. The whole time countering flawlessly moving out the way of shows and just picking her opponent apart. Now the thing about mixed. Martial law is at the so many different ways to win and lose a fight. And that's what we saw. Jessica undrawn was clearly behind clearly losing the fight which you got the Clichy used a wrestling maneuver quota, high crush. She picked a high above the F hosted away of overhead and slum them into the campus. When she went down she landed on her head. I don't know if she was out cold, but she was definitely stunned Benxi followed up with punches to the head and the referee to stop it. It was a real shame rose was in control rose best fights. But it's not over until it's over. Congratulations to Jessica androgen. We got a new world champion cord on ESPN ESPN. Plus also feature Brazilian legend forty four year old Anderson Silva, but he was finished via TKO first round at the hands of Jared. Kennedy air who clipped his knee with a kick and that quickly finished this matchup. Congratulations.
"qatar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In nineteen sixty eight Qatar and one had suitcase in the other the first thing I did New York was come to this place when walk around the entire day. Just an all all the amazing are on display here. And so fifty years later have long it's been here. I am back at the met with my turn on the wall. So data sweet story. Play it loud instruments of rock and roll runs at the met museum through October first John Shaffer. WNYC news. Six degrees. Some fog and mist right now in New York City. Stay tuned. Marketplace morning report coming up next and then at nine tune in for the BBC NewsHour that'll be on ninety three point nine FM. And we can check him in London to see what they're working on. I'm Raza Akbal, host of BBC news today. Sadun done military personnel. Intervene to prevent state security forces from breaking up a mass protest against the president and websites to find over online homes under new proposals here in the UK is regulating the internet sensible, anti freedom of speech..
"qatar" Discussed on AP News
"Asian markets. Qatar Airways groups as the acquisition of additional shares of China's southern supports its overall investment strategy China. Southern Airlines is a member of sky team an alliance that includes Delta Air, France and others despite losses of its revenue last year due to a boycott from neighboring Gulf states Qatar Airways maintains its the world's fastest growing airline. The owners of a recently vandalized confederate monument to North Carolina have been told to take it down by the end of the month or face a potential lawsuit. It was also vandalized back in two thousand seventeen in. The Winston Salem city. Attorney says considering that and other confrontations over confederate monuments, it's now considered a public nuisance the United daughters of the confederacy owned the confederate soldiers monument, and while state law makes it difficult to remove monuments on public property. This one is on private property last week. Someone wrote cowards and traitors on the statue's base. It was previously vandalized about two years ago during the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia mayor Ellen joins made the announcement that the monument Broadway closed out two thousand eighteen on a record-breaking note with many shows recording their most profitable weeks, despite some big ticket prices the Broadway league says eight shows closed the year already more than two million dollars for the week ending December thirtieth they were led by Hamilton The Lion King and wicked Hamilton across the four billion dollar Mark for the week. With an average ticket cost more than three hundred seventy five dollars the two part. Harry Potter the cursed child said a new Broadway record for weekly ticket sales for a play reporting a gross of over two and a half million dollars for eight shows. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. I look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game..