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6 Gulf Arab countries back extending UN arms embargo on Iran

KHOW Marketplace

00:19 sec | 10 hrs ago

6 Gulf Arab countries back extending UN arms embargo on Iran

"A six nation bloc of Gulf Arab nations has endorsed extending the UN's arms embargo on Iran. The Gulf Cooperation Council includes Borane, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The embargo was set up in 2010 and intentions over Iran's nuclear program and prevented the country from buying foreign made weapons.

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Fresh update on "qatar" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "qatar" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"A review of records. Since the start of the pandemic, there have been 6250 deaths in Michigan, 86,889 cases overall. The fall is going to look strange for a whole lot of students across the nation, and that includes right here in Michigan, local school districts and universities now prepping to become and excuse me to welcome everyone back. With the fight against Cove in 19 still happening. Glenn Macintosh, the senior vice president and student affairs, also chief diversity officer at Oakland University, speaking live this morning, a news radio 9 50 saying every students will have to get tested for covert 19 before coming back on campus. But what about getting infected later in the year? If they positive, we have set up quarters on campus in one of the residence halls, which we've taken off line. All of the perks of isolation and quarantine. Any students that are residence hall students who cannot go home. Of course, those individuals that are commuting. We expect him to stay home and isolate the 14 days recommended by the Governor's office in the CDC. Yeah, he says, Every student will get a health kit when they make their way onto campus this fall and to hear the entire interview with Glenn Macintosh, download the radio dot com map and you didn't use the rewind feature. Go back to 9 30 this morning. On the auto beats one year after those contentious negotiations in the United States, the Detroit three now turning to the great White North as talks on a new contract in Canada begin on Wednesday. The auto industry's presence in Canada has been shrinking, but it remains the nation's number one export industry. Canadian auto workers make about 5200 vehicles every day. You know for Union President Jerry Diess says those plants need products to keep them running, and that will be a part of the talks. It'll be a balance back. It will be a boat product, but it's gonna be about what the rooms look like Former members as well. Dana says A covert pandemic shouldn't play into the negotiations because they're looking at the long term, not the short term. Jeff Gilbert. W W. J. D Go 1950. Well, if you're pulling your hair out over covert 19 you're not alone. Doctors around the world are now reporting mohr cases of what's called shock hair loss, and it's due to pandemic stress. Doctor show Pie. Qatar Pole is a dermatologist at Cleveland Clinic when there's a big stress whether it's physical, emotional, you get sick. You know, this could be things like financial stress medications. Anxiety. Really any big shock to your system can push up to fate 50% of those hairs prematurely into your shouting faith. Now, when people experience something extremely stressful,.

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The New Tech Driven Home Healthcare with Rachel Munsie

Outcomes Rocket

05:54 min | 5 d ago

The New Tech Driven Home Healthcare with Rachel Munsie

"More. Welcome back to the outcomes. Rockets saw Marquez's here and today I have the privilege of hosting. Rachel Muncie she's on the founding team of tomorrow health, a technology driven home healthcare company changing the way individuals and families manage their care. She leads business development focusing on partnerships and sales strategic marketing initiatives, and new market expansion. She was formerly in healthcare investing, just working to unpack the US healthcare system and understand how we can treat. Treat better incentives through innovation policy and Advocacy Rachel received her bachelor's degree from Georgetown University and attended Mit for her MBA. Before leaving to build tomorrow health, you know the M E, durable medical equipment field definitely is a need for innovation and the work that Rachel and the team at Tamar Health doing is super unique and I'm excited to be covering that with you Rachel today and then. So I wanna give you a warm. Welcome. Welcome thanks for joining us. Thank you so much solve. Really appreciate it, and thanks for having me absolutely. So before we dive into tomorrow health and you know what makes you guys so unique and different in that space I love to hear more about you Rachel and what inspires your work in healthcare. Absolutely. So I am most inspired about solving the problems of healthcare and really the ones that we've all faced. So we spend more. More on healthcare in the US than any other country in the world. But our outcomes are worse and everyone understands what this means on level. I personally once racked up a bill equal to my rent payment during one doctor's appointment because even though I knew I'd have a high deductible plan and even though I knew I'd hardly spent anything against it. I, mean, I work in healthcare I throughout all of practical knowledge because I. I was anxious and nervous, and in a vulnerable situation. I think when you're sitting in a doctor's office or hospital, you rarely compare prices or shop smartly and most people don't even know that you can do that. So most of the time we do things because we're scared or rethink what choice do I really have my health is at stake and I think sometimes the prices in our system take advantage of that. So took me. Me a while to internalize I. Think most people don't realize is that we all pay the price for our broken health care system whether we know it or not. So either through lower take home wages or higher premiums or higher deductibles or even higher taxes and I actually still have those outrageous bills sitting on my kitchen table as reminder to myself that these costs aren't normal and i. think we deserve better and so since digging. Digging into this industry I as an investor, and now as an operator, I'm just constantly floored by the unnecessary complexity that I found in every corner of the go system and no one understands any of it. I. Think People Inside the industry barely do ominous the result of some wacky incentives that run. Ima- and not always a bad intentions. But this is exactly how that knowledge between industries, stakeholders and patience and the broader general public. Public just become so massive, and so when it came to my decision to help found tomorrow hull, it's not an exhaustive solution by one clear trend with pasta impact on all of these stakeholders is the shifting of more care to the home, which is higher quality, and as we know much lower cost of care setting. Yeah. You know you call out a lot of issues that were faced with I think every one of us. You're listening to this podcast today. You're thinking Yup I've been screwed with a big medical bill or and if you haven't which I'm sure you have if the very small chance that you haven't I'm sure somebody in your family are a close friend has dealt with it and I think it's great that you keep that bill on your kitchen counter Rachel, just as a reminder, right of the why behind why we're doing what we do and? Yeah. Care in the home is becoming that much more important with Kobe among us. So reimagining that healthcare is critical as you guys like to coin it. So talk to us about the work at tomorrow health and what exactly you guys are doing to add value to the healthcare ecosystem. Yeah. So at tomorrow health, we are a technology driven home healthcare company, and we are a full stack provider of healthcare, and we're a trusted partner that you can depend on to coordinate and deliver specifically home medical equipment supplies and support all in the. The comfort of your own home, which as you mentioned, all in covid world is extremely important and our big focus envision is on restoring home as the focal point for healthcare delivery and the Genesis of tomorrow health was personal for us, our Co founder and CEO Bj Qatar was working at Oscar. So He's well-versed in the complexity of healthcare and his mom was diagnosed with stage, three cancer, and she needed about a year of intensive home healthcare. Luckily, she's now doing much better, but he was responsible for coordinating. So much of that. That he and his family had to work with over a dozen, different providers would coming out of her home to get what she needed, and after about a month when she was discharged from the hospital, she ended up having to go back three times in her first one pound because of delays or equipment failures relating to her oxygen therapy, and so for patients, and also their families who are usually playing the role of caregivers edition be this hard, and then from a systems perspective whilst does the whole matter and you know by. By dramatically reducing our dependence on hospitals on ers on post acute care sites were able to get high quality care at home and also bend the cost curve in healthcare system. So by working with tomorrow health, we think it makes it easier to shift that care to the home because one of the legs of the stool for homebase healthcare are these hall medical equipment supplies and support

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Understanding Whats Really Underneath Your Childs Behavior with Dr. Pejman Katiraei

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

06:42 min | Last week

Understanding Whats Really Underneath Your Childs Behavior with Dr. Pejman Katiraei

"Welcome to the brain podcast. I'm your host Droop wrote and each week my team and I bring on a new guest who we think can help you improve your brain health feel. Feel better and love more. This week's guest is Dr. Pettman Qatar Ryan Dr k as he's known to many of his patients is a board certified pediatrician who's also board certified and fellowship trained in integrative and holistic medicine. He completed his undergraduate at Ucla and then he obtained his osteopathic medical degree at Western. University of Health Sciences. He completed his pediatric residency at Loma Linda University, the famous Loma Linda. where, he stayed on as pediatric chief resident and then as teaching faculty for over four years while he founded the Loma Linda University holistic medicine clinic. Dr K also completed two fellowships integrative medicine one with the University of Arizona Dr Case. Second Fellowship wasn't Endo Bio Jeanie and thereby ginny as a European systems biology medical model, which emphasizes the use of. In the management of Neuro Endocrine, system Dr K. is one of a few physicians in the country with mastery of osteopathy functional medicine, functional endocrinology, herbal herbalism, medical herbalism, and more Dr K. is now in private practice here in lovely Santa Monica where he focuses on helping children with severe behavioral challenges incredible bio. Dr Kate Welcome to the broken being pot. Adding more LADES, you're young man, you're only forty-three. There's a lot more accolades you can add to your resume over the. Perfect job. A Mike my goal at the end of the day to help kids feel better. That's beautiful. Goal a beautiful purpose and I can't wait to dig into that in today's podcast and I wanna get into a little bit of origin story. How did you get clear and where did all the puzzle pieces aligned himself that that is your goal. You know. I think the universe was calling me. To do this. The first reason why I got into, it was for my own health up as a kid, I had pretty severe anxiety. SPENT, most of my adolescent teenage years in mix of anxiety and depression yo and. My nervous system was upside down and I couldn't really understand why I knew that I was different. I knew I experienced the world differently, but I really had no clue why you know like who would have thought that eating fast food everyday. All Day will be an issue for for your nervous system going bonkers is that what was going on? Were you eating fast food and kind of go? How is the standard American new way of life I mean college like that's what you do. Right Even I remember actually Loma Linda is a vegetarian institution. Why it's famous for being one of the hospital in the Blue Zone. The seventh day adventists. Yeah. But when I got accepted there, one of the thoughts that I had is like Oh my God. What am I gonNA do without my burgers. And that was the mindset I had going into training because I didn't know any better and what actually got me to start looking outside was during my training. I kept kept coming across these cases and I remember one very, very vividly. Twelve year. Old Guy. Severe Severe Colitis. Came in with toxic, Mega Colin were his colon had dilated to about ten centimeters, which is huge, and we did around the steroids. We did some medications for him. He got better when home. Two weeks later, I was still on service. Worse off than before and Beato, our team started the discussion and we brought in all the specialists and basically the end of the discussion was well, he's failing medications. We just need to cut out his colon literally was like he failed medications. So the next option is we just cut out this twelve year olds a lot inflammation. Something's going on. Let's just cut the thing out. because. That is the next standard of care, right. I had a lot of these kinds of scenarios where kids would show up like I remember another guy who plays soccer. He scraped his knee niece bowl up and then thirty six hours later, he was dead. You know and they were just like well, sometimes staff does unlike I've scraped my knee, I haven't died like, what was it about his system that caused him to fall apart and it was this recurring question of like these things don't add up two plus two equal in this scenario and the institution, and they're really smart people alone Linda, don't get me wrong. But the pediatric conventional training was like no two plus two equals farm like it doesn't look this way. So as it is in most hospitals and worst Western approach. Places. Because that's what people are trained in. But you were asking a different question. You're like, okay. This doesn't make sense what's really going on. Exactly. Yeah, and that is what ultimately led me to start taking courses. So I, I went to one holistic kind of course, and it was a dinky little course, but I was like, oh. My God I, you know I have found my people, the light bulbs went off and you started connecting dots. And then from there I went and did a bunch of training with Institute of Functional Medicine and the trading with the University of Arizona, and in the midst of that, I started realizing the pieces that were affecting me so like. I did the elimination diet and started feeling better and then I found myself to have MTA. And I think my initial homocysteine was sixteen when I first tested it, I'm like Jesus. So I started injecting myself with B twelve and you know I was my own best Guinea pig. And in the midst of getting interested, what also happened is Loma Linda's in didn't have anyone that was getting interested in this stuff. They're like, Hey, you wanNA, start a holistic medicine clinic and. Like. Two years of my training and there I was like all of the sudden getting handed these patients you know and I was the expert even though I basically didn't know that much. But through the process of learning and I was really really privileged to be put in a place where you know fifty year olds, I was a pediatrician fifth year olds with Severe Lupus. Land in my doorstep helped me I'm like. I don't know anything about Lupus. So let me learn so I. I spent all this time. Just researching in learning. You know any person that I could find with any material they had on the Web I was reading books listening to the videos. And I was just consuming all of this information in the midst of that. Also learning from my patients,

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"qatar" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

03:34 min | Last week

"qatar" Discussed on Racing Post

"It was a racist on the podcast weekend. We quiche and we're kind of looking. Back I was any 'em. He's just a horse to restrict. Get Rice. No I can always just like laying place late. Sometimes, put him yeah, look at it. Well as Tom said I was just going to say at the time was only marriage faster than handicap wayward game. The section didn't really make for the slow time, so wouldn't be used now. Form myself going forward to the rest of the season, a strong so yet looked at it well, but not one follow for me. Okay and another could join. Aspects are in the mountains. National is magical. She won another tussles Gold Cup pretty easily. It could be German or it could be. The Irish champion stakes next yeah I mean she resumed in excellent form. This season I think looking a full me can suggests that. Is probably her ideal trip and a see no reason why they wouldn't go to your come especially with enable and love possibly going into the. Yorkshire Roy at least it means. She went into those two. Say Magical. Do you think she's in the same boat? As enable this season in? Not It's possible that she just retaining her form and running to her level. Yeah. I'd like to see them taking to run again Another fantastically consistent man an. From Wayne Lord and I know she was a very short price favourite, and but the right Oh. My Lord was brilliant. You just gotTa. Take it to the front and it just makes so much more simple. Doesn't I like it when rod is on these old zone shells? This eliminates possibility of trouble in running. She never looked in danger any point. Buck has paid for trying to stick with the top of destroy the enigmatic Stayed on wells take second. It wasn't much for rice. She's a brilliant man. Realize to take to run again. Not who come out and talk to be fair? Yeah as I mentioned a couple of weeks ago on this part. I thought the comments. The new broin made after her initial return, being a far better stronger man. This season were really interesting. It's not often you hear him. Talk about something especially when she was plan to to go in full. Case Howdy, analyze magical this year. It's hard to hunt Vaclav Sunday that it was us. Lauren impressed me again by keeping it simple in the best horse. It would be interesting. Runner against any believable always had a number of. Years volume to enable to be dropping a couple pounds, but is magical might not have dumped sue, and therefore she would be. Reading could measure against which to judge able remember the naval smashed all over your cost you. Therefore and be very interesting to see them race again before the ARC. Unfortunately, you probably won't get to see it. Maybe on sort of getting carried away here, but based on what you just said. I wouldn't be totally surprised if magical actually enable some point this season, but as I say who knows if we'll see it. Did you cut off any targets in particular off the that? And No, she was when we left unchanged at eleven to two for two months would at seven four favourite in there. I think we're on change of fourteen forty act so. She did whatever thought you would choose very impressive. She does seem a slightly better this year than last year, but suppose find answers. She takes on some better opposition. Yeah, exactly that will be cracking on the naves. My guess that cost toppling unable. To clips, right? Don't go anywhere because we're going to have a look at day. One glorious goodwood featuring the Qatar Goodwood Cup in which will see strawberries on Santiago clash, so.

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The Good Parts of AWS with Daniel Vassallo

Software Engineering Daily

07:52 min | Last month

The Good Parts of AWS with Daniel Vassallo

"Can you just go a little bit deeper on why architecturally Dynamo DB is not well equipped to fulfill the same semantics of a sequel database. Oh, it was designed to dissuade I. Don't know if you know do the member simple to be what it used to be. A the dissenter of Dynamo DB back in I think it was launched in two thousand, ten nine. And it's. It's a significantly more ambitious than Donald. Debates was meant to be slow inequity. Relations was more like you know like Mongo documents based you documents so aquarians essentially the answer. And this is actually it's probably one of the few. I can't think of any any other service. One of the few implicated services from aws. It's technically supported of your salon and gets. You send using simple debate. API still work, but basically almost hit it under the carpet side. You don't find any and there were. You won't find us in the console. It's not it's not a new. The send things like that. And the problem was that. Amazon founded super hard to make this type of database Kale and to have predictable performance guarantees, one of the biggest problems that was happening. That would simply be. You might throw in some complex square. You might not have an index about it. And the declare would take two minutes, timeouts and lay. It was completely unpredictable. Some quays take two hundred milliseconds. Some will take minutes. And it was very high. On the service side to these about site to locate the sources so talking about capacity, so not the be was the answer to that and TWAS, radically different perspective like completely predictable versus completely unpredictable, so there's two operations gets put the listed going to bt index behind the scenes and updating single lighten very predictable. They all take. Just, a few single digits milliseconds identify typically, and there's this query API, which again just goes to the starting point of a beat the sequence of cards after megabyte so again like the the the upper bound per addicts, how much expensive Dakota can be ends attested dissolved, and that set of to to continue to participate you. You go with the next token. megabyte that I, so it became very easy. For the service provider to these about how expensive it can be how fast it can be how to allocate resources, and it became huge success successful, but numbers on itself, because I remember we used to on services on top of relational database address to have the same problem so sometimes the relational database at an all. It's a complex machine is my star choosing? It's it's my start to use suboptimal query, and suddenly acquitted that used to take a second is now taking twenty seconds and suddenly using all the memory. When we started thinking in terms of much more primitive technology, like beatings become easier to these in about as long as you managed to model your queries and what you needed to do. To its limitations. But then. Today's were you're fighting your database. Because suddenly spiking two hundred percents, appeal and everything is slowing down disappear so that that element of predictability is highly highly available, so they were defer the. It was designed to be this way that I just wasn't. Designed to be so inequity, of. Arbitrary complexity and will give you the answer. What do people do when they have built their infrastructure around Dynamo DB and it's not fulfilling the requirements that they have. I think you will struggle the limitations and up subsidizing you I. I think the problem is up become became being discovered very early in development. Like for example, if you're expecting to be doing lots of recommendations on amounts of data, doing development you to realize that you're going to be downloading everything out of Dynamo and doing it locally, not so. Hopefully yearly allies airily that this is worth considering Golden, considering that they should use another type of database or relational, database or something. I don't have any first hand experience for example where delimitations and and adopt sort of surprising later, which is I think is a good thing again like the fact that it's significant distinctive. Had few. It's very hard to. Abuse it sight and sort of expect more out of your life. You realize immediately that these are the limits. which again I think these tend to be sometimes that. And more sophisticated database aside because during development your. Attention like hundred minutes seconds, and then once you have lots of data or things are in Qatar. They start to become more unpredictable. Dynamo just elements that issue just just there's no unpredictability. It's actually incredibly predictable at the cost of the constraints the comes with. You right in some detail about s three and s three I think of for obvious use cases as slow file system. It's BLOB. Storage it static website hosting its data lake. Told me about the other applications of s three. Yes. Yes, I. Think One of the lists. Values of trees that you can think of as having infinite Benguet for all. Practical purposes that so, if you have terabytes of data, you could basically an estimate. You could download it as fast as you as you want to. Basically always many to that says he wanted many servers. You want to tell you can chunk it up in pieces and just download the terabyte like in a second. For example one of my biggest project Thomason was launching and working gone. Cloud Watch watchdogs incites, which is basically a monitoring tool that allows you to arbiter the complex queries against your log data. And much entirely built on top of the and this is it surprises? People because this unlike Donald to be, we actually chose to support. Give me an arbiter equality of complexity, including regular expressions and things that are super cost to evaluate and. To dissolve, and we built it literally on top of us today and in in a very cost effective way because we relies on the assumption that. For example log data tends to be. Very big generalized especially nowadays like application censored. Tonight's like gigabytes and terabytes of logs. You want to start them somewhere where it's cheap and us these the perfect place for that and you tend to Kuwait infrequently, though when there's a problem I want to something about your application. And I think one of the ideas that works with s threes, this technique where you separate compute from the data so basically once. Does no question. There's no compute so basically you can just have the data sitting in streeter, just paying the to censor gigabytes per month, and there's no other costs. And if you open up the consulate insights and you do Equa they. Spin up some. Is it Winston while I mean behind the scenes like some pool of warmest. But fundamentally you can think of about it does like spin some ephemeral instances and we enough such that we can download data. As they wanted to. And then you can sort of just turn over the data very quickly I just because. I can listen to such as your network

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Iraqi forces arrest men suspected of attacks targeting US

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | Last month

Iraqi forces arrest men suspected of attacks targeting US

"Iraqi commanders have raided the headquarters of a powerful Iranian backed militia that the United States planes for a string of rocket attacks against its bases and interests in the country at least twelve members of the group could type has been law what arrested in the overnight rate in southern Baghdad Jessica McAllen reports Iran holds a powerful sway over Iraqi politics and is implacably opposed to the U. S. presence in Iraq tensions between the two countries if we completely played out on Iraqi soil the most high profile example of this with the American assassination of the Iranian general Qasem Soleimani in Iraq earlier this year Washington has been pressuring Baghdad to take tougher actions against Qatar Pensacola on Thursday's raid by elite Iraqi commandos is evidence that authorities are willing to

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Source: Eagles' Goedert 'fine' after sucker punch

Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team

00:18 sec | Last month

Source: Eagles' Goedert 'fine' after sucker punch

"Well graphic footage footage emerged of eagles tight end Dallas Goedert getting sucker punched and knocked down a bar early Saturday morning near his hometown in South Dakota Qatar reportedly was unconscious and taken to the hospital said to be okay with the inquires less phone reporting the source says Goddard is more embarrassed than

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The Indy Mogul Podcast

01:05 min | Last month

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The Indy Mogul Podcast

01:05 min | Last month

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"Then and then fishing without nets happened in. That was a huge span of time because we shot for like four hundred. Went down for like eight months went back and finished shooting. The next year, so. but that was the project then allowed the big step into the studio system which was. The producer on that was Rupert Wyatt. He was an exact producer. Plan the apes. He was helping. Qatar are directors ins clutter to kind of. With general questions about things in any way, you like my work on, and so he literally called me up one day. and was like. Do Project Review. And we finally linked up on a little commercial down in south, America and then he called me again in I have this. Script for the exorcist Don't hang up on me. No way okay. This is okay. This was this. This is the fastest time line I think. We've interviewed a lot of DVD's. This

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New York - 14-Year-Old Sentenced In Tessa Majors Stabbing Death

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | Last month

New York - 14-Year-Old Sentenced In Tessa Majors Stabbing Death

"It could be as little as six months in juvenile detention for a fourteen year old boy sentenced in family court in the killing of Tessa majors are in Qatar ski with more her parents said it was last Labor Day weekend when they dropped off Tessa majors at Barnard College to begin her freshman year one hundred days later they said they brought her home to Virginia in and earned majors was stabbed to death in Morningside park the victim of a robbery gone wrong two teens have been charged as adult in her death and a third who pleaded guilty was sentenced to eighteen months in a juvenile facility will serve at least a third of that the team did not wield the knife but admitted picking it up and handing it to the stabber her family said testers absence is palpable and unrelenting major's family did not attend the sentencing but a lawyer read a statement from them saying there are no minor actors in the murder of test majors and they criticize the deal that allowed the fourteen year old to plead to a robbery charge rather than second degree

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"qatar" Discussed on The Entwistle Podcast

The Entwistle Podcast

04:12 min | 2 months ago

"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.

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A New York City police officer was charged with assault after he was recorded knocking down a protester in Brooklyn

Tony and Dwight

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

A New York City police officer was charged with assault after he was recorded knocking down a protester in Brooklyn

"We're going to New York City now that's where police officers surrendered this morning to face criminal charges after he was recorded shoving a protester A. B. C.'s Erin Qatar ski has more on that officer Vincent d'andrea was charged with misdemeanor assault and other offenses after he was seen on cellphone video shoving a demonstrator to the ground during a March in Brooklyn to protest the death of George Floyd the Brooklyn district attorney called it unnecessary and said he could not tolerate the use of excessive force officer D. Andrea told the twenty year old woman to move out of the street and when she asked why he allegedly pushed her to the ground and kept walking the officers union blamed the mayor and the police department for creating what it called a failed strategy for managing

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Qatar makes COVID-19 app mandatory

Newscast - Africa

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Qatar makes COVID-19 app mandatory

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The United Nations Are Fighting misinformation about COVID-19

UN News

01:52 min | 2 months ago

The United Nations Are Fighting misinformation about COVID-19

"The UN on Thursday launched a new initiative to combat the growing scourge of covid nineteen misinformation by increasing the volume and reach of trusted adviser at News on the pandemic UN Secretary General Antonio Qatar issue announced the initiative verified said the world could not hand over virtual space online to those who traffic in lies fear and hate the UN chief noted how misinformation spreads online and messaging APPS and post the person through savvy production and distribution methods to counter it scientists and institutions like the UN. Need to reach people with accurate information. They can trust he added verified led by the UN to pump the global communications home to you. News will provide information around three themes science to save lives solidarity to promote local and Global Corporation and solutions to advocate for support impacted populations it will also promote recovery packages that tackle the climate crisis and address the root causes of poverty inequality and Hunga. Do you in refugee agency. Hcr and the International Organization for Migration IOM according on Malta and other European states to urgently bring to dry land around one hundred and sixty rescued refugees and migrants stood at sea aboard to captain. Morgan vessels a separate group of twenty one people mostly women and children who already evacuated and disembarked in Malta. Several days ago those remaining have been on board for some two weeks the standard corn period for Covid nineteen without any clarity on disembarkation. The agency said it was unacceptable to leave people at sea longer than necessary and raised concerns about reports that governments have been ignoring or delaying sponsors to distress goals especially a sharp decrease in state led an NGO search and rescue efforts. They reminded European states of their legal obligations to immediately assist people in distress and they cannot be traded away with the offer fuel and eight.

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U.S. arrests two men wanted by Japan over ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's escape

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. arrests two men wanted by Japan over ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's escape

"Federal authorities were in Harvard mass this morning were former U. S. special forces soldier and his son were arrested for their alleged role in the escape of a former Nissan chief executive ABC's Erica Turkey with more on our top story the daring escape from Japan to Lebanon by ex Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn was aided by three men the Japanese have said including former US green beret Michael Taylor and his son Peter both of whom have now been arrested by the U. S. Marshall service in Boston Japan requested extradition on charges of enabling Goans December escape before he could stand trial for financial crimes court record said Michael Taylor carried a box in which Cohn supposedly hid the Taylors are due to make their initial appearance in court by video link Erin Qatar ski ABC news

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Hundreds of Stranded Americans Leave Nepal Amid Lockdown

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Hundreds of Stranded Americans Leave Nepal Amid Lockdown

"Americans and permanent residents have boarded a flight out of Nepal's capital Kathmandu the what is likely their last chance to head home this comes as no Paul prepares to extend lockdown measures to contain the spreading of the new coronavirus Sunday's flight with three hundred and three passengers on board mark the second one arranged by the U. S. embassy in Nepal but paid for by the passengers the Qatar Airways jet is scheduled to land here in Washington with the fuel stop at Qatar's capital Doha

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New York governor: Ventilator stockpile may last 6 more days

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

New York governor: Ventilator stockpile may last 6 more days

"Dire for an increasing number of coronavirus patients governor Andrew Cuomo said it's a ventilator or death if the rate of usage the rate of people coming into hospitals we need ventilators if that rate continues in our stockpile we have about six days about three hundred fifty patients a day need a ventilator and Cuomo said he could no longer count on the federal government to fill the gap instead ventilators would be moved from one part of the state to another or be split between two patients Erin Qatar ski ABC

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The Last of Us Part II delayed indefinitely over coronavirus

This Week In Video Games

00:14 sec | 4 months ago

The Last of Us Part II delayed indefinitely over coronavirus

"Last of us to have been delayed. This one comes out of Qatar to from gracious free. And he says the much anticipated post apocalyptic adventure game. The last two will be delayed indefinitely due to the corona virus. Pandemic Sony said

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The Perfect Time To Buy?

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

08:35 min | 4 months ago

The Perfect Time To Buy?

"Thing that was interesting before we got to complete isolation people were asking me when we were doing the social distancing phase of all. This right people were asking me. Hey are you know is it okay to continue to fly or you still flying and the truth of the matter was I? I was not right. I'm often in rental airplanes and most of the the flying schools near me shut down and I didn't want to be that close to people you know I like. I said I'm committed to stopping the transmission here but I do have a lot of friends that own airplanes and I did not see anything wrong with that right if you can leave Your House. Go to your garage. Get in your car. Drive by yourself to a hangar. Open the hangar door and get in an airplane without touching anybody you can't be more socially distant than cruising around at five thousand feet by yourself right so I thought if you own an airplane going flying was a great thing to do and you know. It's an interesting time to think about that because owning an airplane is not as far away from reality as many people think. Sometimes I'll mention in passing that I'm thinking about buying airplane and people kind of their eyes get wide like whoa really. You know you must be doing really well and you know the reality is you can get into an airplane that works for you for not a crazy amount of money. I mean you can sure spend a lot if you have it. You can spend up to one hundred million dollars if you have it but you can also get into an airplane for as little as fifteen or twenty thousand dollars if depending on what you're looking for and if you're willing to have partners so that is kind of where where I am. I'm on the fence. You know I fly my family to palm springs from San Francisco. Probably four or five times. Maybe six times a year and I'm on the fence you know. At what point do I want to own an airplane of rent one and I noticed that a friend of mine and a great pilot designated Pilot Examiner Flight Instructor? Jason Blair had recently authored. Two books on this topic and I reached out directly to Jason to see if we could have a phone call and discuss some of these questions. But yeah man. I'm really curious and I'm sure we can get into the details of the two books that you defend and they actually did arrive. So thank you for sending them over excellent. Very glad you got. Oh Yeah I haven't I haven't taken to deep dive on them and I figured I would start just by asking that question you know how like right. Now I'm renting I take my family to Palm Springs. Eighty maybe I don't know five times a year six times a year or something like that and you know I'm always asking myself. How much do I have to spend on renting before it makes sense to buy? And does it ever the short answer? I'm GonNa tell you is it will almost never make logical financial sense to buy you know what if. I said you know she's a how can I financially justify going golfing and whacking a little ball? Around a course and hitting the GO-TO for whole we'd sound like we're crazy right But the answer to that I like doing it and it's it's mine and I you know why. Do you buy your own clubs instead of rent because you want them yours and that's fine and that's a that's a decision you can come to with owning an airplane and there's nothing wrong with that because there's there's a lot of intrinsic things that come with you know. My airplane is in my hangar. It set up how I wanted to be you know and and okay so is it a thousand dollars more years than I would spend on renting. Maybe but you're also probably a lot more likely to engage in. Go flying in your own airplane. Then if you're fighting on that rental scheduled trying to get an airplane Airplanes broken if it's being used in training and inter starting to find a lot of places that rent airplanes and are heavily involved in training. They really don't even allow their aircraft out torrential anymore outside of the training environment because they they need to keep that training going I tell people that owning an airplane is an experience. You're buying an experience. It might be a little bit more than renting. But you're buying the experience of the airplane being there when you want it of Bringing you know your dogs along if you want to you or or you know going away and deciding while you're gone you're gonNA stay an extra two weeks you know. These are things that that you can't do as a renter. So you're definitely buying experience when you buy an airplane. Yeah and being an I totally get that by the way and I. I love arguing For buying experience But being that you think of it that way what would you say to somebody who says I'm planning on buying an airplane and putting it on the flight line at least back to offset my ownership costs and that's a good question to actually address it in the buying book you know what are some things you can do to allay that cost of of your airplane or the things you can consider and that's something that some people do you know if you want an airplane fly forty or fifty hours a year But you do want that aircraft to help allay its own costs You know you're GONNA hire insurance costs you'RE GONNA have. I remains cost. You're going to go through. Engine hours faster But it does. If you can find the right leasing back deal helped to cut. Some of those operational cost the biggest one. That's going to help. Cut are the the overhead pieces. You know having your own hangar If you can get them to do the insurance things like that if they have their own maintenance they're gonNA probably be doing it not at a profit level and this is where the negotiation comes in But it does come with some downsides to and that is your airplane may not always be available when you want it You may not equipped and have the exact airplane you want if it was ears because you may choose to get a different airplane because it fits better in the flight training environment Or adjust is going to take a beating too. I mean there's there's some truth in that we don't treat the airplane like it's our own. I mean the airplane I gotTa Out of today is a beautiful three forty and the owner of it is a great friend of mine. happens to be out of town. Another friend of his was looking for a boat and they got the call. He's on vacation. Can you find my buddy up there today and you know? I know Sunday when he gets back from his trip. He's going to go out to that. Airplane even wipe the bugs off. He's probably gonNA treat the boots because it's it's his and he treats it that way and you know. I don't know many renters that are going to do that. Your airplane Jason's absolutely right here. We don't treat rental aircraft the same. I mean we have a joke in our flying club. That one we're headed home. We're going to set quote rental power. Which means like a needle off the red line right? We're worried about babying the engine. We're not flying around sixty five percent of power. We are flying at maximum forward speed because we are being billed on the Hobbs meter. And the hobbs meters turning on time. So that's a very important thing to consider right and I sort of you know. I've experienced horror stories that way. You don't want example as a early on like really thousands and one of my students bought See WanNA clips and not a Qatar. But you know like a phrase he died in a DA twenty right. Put you on the flight line. He's doing real well with it. Because it's this fancy new glass playing. He actually had ten thousand dollars in profit from renting the aircraft until one of the student pirates engaged the starter motor while the prop was spinning and held it down to be burnt completely. Burned out the starter and sap through all the ten thousand dollars by the time it was done and all things are placed and the you know the reduced revenue from so I always tell people honestly like I tell them what you said. I say you're buying an experience and honestly I steer them away from that. I say if you WANNA cut costs get a partner. Get Two partners three partners. You know whatever. That's the writing important piece here that I think that people don't think about you know there's a lot of us out here that want to get into airplanes and so a lot of people that actually have airplanes underutilized them because they don't even have friends that fly. I mean my God I part of me can't understand that. I don't think I have friends that are pilots. I think that's probably a self selection issue But you know when people buy an airplane and they don't you know their family or friends. Don't enjoy it with them You know a partnership is a great option and some of the alternatives to ownership. You know renting like you've mentioned certainly one. You can lease airplanes right. You could lease an airplane from somebody else and dry lease if they're under utilizing You know person for their aircraft they might WANNA dry lease at it. And it's not a prophet thing but people do that. You might be able to partnership there's a lot of great clubs out there Interestingly enough you could even borrow them I mean. Sometimes there are people that you get a good friend who got an airplane. He's like dude. Just fly it At least it doesn't sit there then right. I've had that numbers of times. I got four or five airplanes that You know friends and customers in mind that are like have you ever borrow my airplane. Just go take it now. Obviously don't abuse that But there are times that that's been a thing and When it really comes down to though I think the best advice I can give somebody. Who's thinking about buying an airplane is don't over by an airplane

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Some Canadians have made it home. Others havent.

The Big Story

09:38 min | 4 months ago

Some Canadians have made it home. Others havent.

"Are you there. I'm always here Jordan. Where where am I? GonNa go fair enough. Well it's the first day of the work week was your weekend any different from your week. aside from not making this podcast not really. I mean. I've just been kind of cooking and taking long walks no complaints. Can you even tell days apart right now? No I usually ask about three times a day. What Day is it today? I keep thinking that I'm supposed to take my garbage out Because every day feels like garbage day now for whatever that's worth but here's a question. Have you felt lucky over the past little while I don't know about lucky of definitely felt very fortunate? I've been trying to look on the bright side of things I mean. I'm very fortunate to have been able to work from home as soon as needed and my partner and I keep each other company. Why have you felt? I really have for whatever it's worth you know when we do research for the show. I tend to dig into the worst stuff. The reports out of Italy Reports from frontline hospital workers in Canada and in the United States and it really drives home the point and this weekend we were reading and listening to stories of Canadians who found themselves abroad when Justin Trudeau said. Hey this is serious. It's time to get home yet. That's that's easier said than done. Yeah and I traveled in February and I think about it. Now you know if it had been a couple of weeks later at the time everybody said it was fine to go a couple of weeks later. I would have been in that same situation. Yeah and some people right now are stuck where they are and today We're GONNA talk to somebody who just made it home under the gun barely and We'll hear from somebody at the end of today's episode. Who is not as lucky? And she'll quickly tell you where she has her situation's very fluid So we wanted to get her information there at the very least but quickly for people who still do know what day it is. Can you tell us where we are? Clara's the quote Unquote workweek. What ever that means now begins while the latest from Canada's Health Minister Patty. Hi Do. Is that if you're back from a trip and you've been told to self isolate and you don't do that. You could face a big penalty. It is critically important especially for those returning home now to ensure that they follow this public health advice that we're giving them and the advice will be not just advice if if we if we need to take stronger measures we will and that actually happened in Quebec. A woman who tested positive for the Koran virus was arrested for violating quarantine order because she was out walking her dog. Prime Minister Trudeau says between Monday and Wednesday. There will be more than thirty flights bringing Canadians. Who are abroad back home. And we are now seeing the first case of Cova. Nineteen in the north. It's in the Northwest Territories. And they've now shut down their border to all nonessential travel uh some. Mp's are being called back. On Tuesday to adopt the emergency measures that were announced last week. Those include the twenty seven billion dollar fund for direct support and the fifty five billion dollars to help business liquidity through tax deferrals as of Sunday evening. One thousand four hundred and thirty six cases of Covert Nineteen in Canada with twenty one deaths. When you find yourself in a situation like our guest today did of course you second. Guess yourself a little bit. Why did I go? How did I end up? Here what could I have done differently? It's natural but I think you have to remember as fast as this thing. Seems like it's moving now a few weeks ago unless you are really paying attention. It didn't seem that it was going to get bad. And besides buck once. You're stuck you're stuck. There's no point in questioning how you got here. You just want to get home and to do that. You might need the help of the government and as we know government. Can't help everyone right now today. I can announce we're working with Canadian airlines to make commercial flights available for as many Canadians who are stranded as possible. Now we won't be able to reach everyone over going to do our best to help those. We can't nothing is really guaranteed anymore and so you take your chances like today's guest Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story. Julia Morales is a student at McGill University in Montreal and today she is in Montreal and safe so first of all. Juliane glad to hear that. Thank you go out to you back your home now. Yes where were you last week? So last week I was in Morocco originally I was will kind of just traveling everywhere and ended up in ten years from where I was supposed to take a flight back to Montreal. Tell me how you got there. Why were you there? When did you go that kind of stuff? So Group of four other students and a professor and I left from McGill University on February twenty seventh to leave for Morocco on a geological field trip. We were going to go steady the geology of the area and sort of understand what processes lead to the current geology of the region and supposedly for two weeks however we were not able to board our flight out of Morocco because of travel bans that were then instilled by the government. What were you thinking? And I don't mean this in a bad way. But what what were you thinking as the flight approached? And you knew you were going. Were you worried Had you heard anything from the government or anywhere else advising you know actually going into the trip I think. Any of the stresses kind of just related to the usual stress of traveling. Do we have everything we need. Is Everyone have a tenth? Is Everyone have hiking boots Nothing related to the extra corona virus because as we had seen on government of Canada website about point. Morocco is very safe. There were no cases or I believe zero. The two case cases of corona in the country and Italy had yet to undergo this boon which we now have seen the past two weeks So we felt quite confident in going to the country and being safe in coming back. Tell me about when that situation changed in Morocco. What were you hearing? What was happening there so every night as we would have dinner we would actually go on the corona world meter website and see what the the statistics were saying about the spread of the virus and even until the last day we were supposed to be their only about. I believe eighteen. Total cases in the country So we weren't too concerned about our state in the country more was going on in the neighboring countries such as Spain particularly Because obviously we're seeing that it was exploding all over Europe and immediately saw that the political response in all these countries with started closing down borders. We started to get concerned about the fact that we may not be able to return but up until then we have not heard anything from our airline or the government in Rocco or the Canadian government. So we weren't we again. We're not too concerned about the idea that we were going to be able to come back home. Tell me about making the decision to try to get home. What happened and what you do that. Yes so we arrived at Tangiers airport as we were supposed to and as we walked into the airport we received the news that essentially Morocco was closing. Its borders to about twenty countries. It was GONNA stop international flights in and out of twenty countries and among those were Canada. Which is quite surprising because the USA was not on the on that list in the US has many more cases of corona virus than we do and at that point we immediately started looking for other flights out of the country and we managed to book another one through Qatar And three days later we were supposed to cash played. We found out that Qatar was also closing. Its borders and would not allow us to fly through there so this all began a whole spiral of trying to find any flights out. What did you do but did we do what we kept? Trying to find. More flights we booked another flight out of Casablanca on Foulon really quickly counseled expedia actually called us about like a few hours. After having both in told us that the play it would not be going out. We booked another flight with Air Canada which then got cancelled. We booked another flight through Royal Moroccan. That also cancelled we for pretty much just desperate to find anything that would get us out of the country so our original flight was supposed to go through. Casablanca before then heading to Montreal. So you decided to take a flight to Casablanca since it's like a major flight hub in the country and we figured that our chances of getting a flight out would increase if we were in that city and so we just kept trying once we arrived in Casablanca airport. We tried to make sure if our flight would actually be going out. And the people at the counter told us that they couldn't even find our

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"qatar" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"qatar" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"I just don't know enough about the two of those riders together to know if that would help or not, but it's at least something that they both road tech three HAMAs, and maybe one can end up helping the other. I'm all right. So those are the riders I wanted to talk about from the Qatar tests, let's finish up. Our discussion of the final test of the winter by talking about the winners and the losers number one on the winners list for me from Qatar factory do khadi, and this pick seems a little bit counterintuitive because only one do khadi landed in the top ten on the timesheets by the conclusion of the weekend. But you don't win the race with. One single app time. And that is what lands do khadi on this list. They didn't completely ignore the time attack. I mean Dovy was topped their own day one. But true she was top four on days one and two. But when it came down to the final day when everybody else was worried about the wind worried about the conditions. Maybe they just wanted to go out and do a time attack. Because we saw the best time set on that day those guys instead made their priority winning the race as opposed to showing off what they can do on one lap and the numbers in the race simulation to finish off their test where consistently fast to go with their good run times earlier in the weekend. You know after stumbling out of the gate last season annot of mentioned with a couple of times. But after doing that last year, they learn the importance of not leaving points on the table, or at least, it seems like it, and it also seems like they went a long way towards ensuring that won't happen this time around. So I definitely consider factory. Do cod is a whole to be a winner in this test. But beyond that second on my list. Danilo Pacheco because of the to do khadi riders believe it or not Patricia to me was far more impressive. He wasn't worlds ahead of Andrea. But Patricia Chee was not only consistently a tenth or two faster and his runs, but he felt great on the bike and exuded that kind of quiet confidence that's necessary for a number two Ryder. You know, you can't have the number two rider going out there calling out there teammate or stepping on people's toes or Lorenzo instead, he just said, hey, I feel good. I got a smile on my face. I'm ready to go racing. And he he didn't rock the boat while telling everybody, I am definitely here to make some noise. So the biggest thing about pitcher Cheeto is his ability to deal with the pressure better. And better every time out. I mean, it's a Pang. He didn't let his boss's expectations of podiums or the idea that is seat isn't secure rattle him. And then he comes to this test knowing that at the end of Sapang, Jack Miller and Petco bang yai were. Right on his tail. They had huge statement lapse at the end of that test. So they threw down the gauntlet, and he said all right fine. I'll go out there. I'll back it up with great, laptops and show you that you might be able to beat me out and you'll in single lap qualifying session, but I'll beat you in the race. So we'll see how he handles the pressure of the regular season. But as far as winter testing is concerned he was a total rockstar. Of course, he had to compete for that title with the next guy who's on our winters list. Immoderate Vignolle is. And I know mave said there are still issues with the bike, and he waffled a bit about whether it was the best thing ever or just the same old thing with minor improvements. But while his mood may have drifted from one extreme to another which were not surprised by its maverick fan. Y'all is his lap times across the board were absolutely excellent. No matter the conditions. No matter the competition Vinnie as was never lower than second on the time sheet and that street carries all the way back through Sapang as well his single app times where the class of the field his runs were right there with the best..

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MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"qatar" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"But he was also complaining again that he was struggling with the front end of the bike. And that was the same thing that played Cal last season talked about the front tire getting overheated and traffic his consistent. Issue was with the front of that bike. And this goes back to what we were talking about with Honda's a whole that something that affects Marc Marquez a little bit ends up being a much bigger problem for all of the non Marc Marquez riders out there. So there definitely is work to do. And the great thing for how to for Cal is if they're working on it, and they come up with some sort of solution to make things better. They only have to get like fifty percent of the way there in terms of making it perfect for Cal. And it probably will be perfect at that point for Mark. So that's one of the examples of how having that very experienced rotter on a current year bike that's not afraid to and is willing to once voices opinion. Then that helps them overall because. Yeah, maybe they're a little bit behind in that department the start the season because Cal was her Mark was her Lorenzo was hurt. Everybody was hurt. But they'll be able to make up that ground more quickly than some of the other teams because they've got the experiences. Someone like Cal crutch slow pushing. Car from behind and it helps Mark in front in the process now getting back to Cal for a second do not expect because of the injury because of the time off because of the development problems don't expect the kind of start two thousand nineteen like Cal had in two thousand eighteen skim. Take him a little bit longer. S- probably going to be a slow start for Honda all around except from art Marquez. But eventually he'll get back to where he was in the last night. I want to talk about before we do winners and losers all the way down in nineteen th place near the bottom of the chart Yoahan's ARCO, and he is not as much as I want him to. He is not making the type of progress either. He or the team won now courting to everybody involved. They thought they had something they could work with in the first couple of days, and then they lost the handle and then Zarko crashed and messed up the bike, and they had to rebuild it. And then in the end, I mentioned this earlier they went back to the one thing that I thought they should avoid at all costs in this test. They started swapping out Amiri departs, hoping the find some magic Lorenzo gas tank like combination for Johann, but I'll tell you. I mean, I get why they did it especially if they wrecked the bike. They're gonna put it back together. Anyway, you know, put some stuff on there. But it's too late in the game for that. They've run out of time. And now they have no choice but to finish their preseason development in season. And I'm sure it's disappointment because ARCO couldn't match his teammates pace. And like I said a bit earlier he hasn't looked like that number one rider. They were out to get when they signed him. And so they've got a lot of work to do. Now. The good news for Zarco is the poll seems to feel better. And better each time. He gets on the bike, and that could be important because remember the one thing those two riders have in common is that they both road tech three Auma Hawes, and they both pull his head to make that transition that Zarco is making now. So you know with. A little bit of advice. If Zarco is willing to take it who knows everybody's got a big ego. But if Johan is willing to take some advice from pole that might help smooth over the process and the things that a spa grow fines that are making the bike better for Spago may make the bike better for Zarko as well. But I don't know one hundred percent because I don't know if they really agree on writing philosophy or on how they like the bike set-up..

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MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"qatar" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"Lorenzo in seventh overall in the Qatar test Franko Morbidelli, you know, his teammate may have stolen the spotlight, but Morbidelli to me is a genuine wildcard rider this year. And I mean that in a good way he's capable of impressing the same way that you'll hens ARCO did in. His first time on a Yamaha back. I think he's capable of more than you'll hens are go was in his first time on Yamaha because Morbidelli comes in with experience. In addition to a good bike to work with now. There was bad news. There was bad news for Franklin. It was two fold number one his teammate did outrun him in this test. Not a big deal. But it is a downside. And the number two he said after the test that he was having trouble turning into corners. And that is what was holding him back from keeping up with his team mate. But the good news is also to fold, and I think it's way bigger than the bad news. Good point number one. If difficulty turning in is his biggest complaint is only major complaint as a heck of a lot better than the situation. He was in a year ago with Mark v s and the number to turn in quarter speed were specifically not problems for maverick vandalism. Fact, he viewed both of those areas as strengths for the current m one then, of course, morbid. Belly on the two thousand nineteen bike as well. So that means that there is a solution to Morbedelli's issue if he was complaining about traction out of the corners about edge grip things like that those traditional Yamaha problems. Well, then he's gotta wait on the solution. Just like everyone else. But in this case since he's struggling with something that the other Yamaha riders are not struggling with will depending on how much data Yamaha Petronas share, which I assume is at least some, but if they share enough than Franco and his team may already have a solution in place when they hit the track for practicing Qatar next weekend one way or the other Franco was logging average lap times that were a little behind the factory guys, but still excellent compared to the other satellite riders. And most importantly, he reaffirmed in the Qatar test that he's got plenty of potential to impress this season. So maybe he wasn't the star of the show. Maybe wasn't the stand out into the surprise. The Franco did a very good job over the weekend. Number eight on the list. Spago? Yeah. A KTM was top ten small steps. It's small steps for Casey. I'm back. Potential was the word that pull Houston is post has comments. And I think that is the right way to look at things that there's a lot of potential for him on that bike poll was definitely relying on time attacks to set his best times his normal runs were in the one fifty six is. And that's not terrible. It's still a few tents ahead of John's ARCO, but right in line with a lot of the satellite riders. Now that means that, you know, it's not good enough to battle with the factory guys. Well, unless it's an appropriate factory rider. But it's not bad. It's not a bad..

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MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"qatar" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"Bike certainly look fast enough to contend for podiums, but we've seen that before out of the Knowle's where he looks great winter testing or great in any kind of test, and then it just doesn't pan out to the races themselves. But back to Qatar is far as Qatar was concerned mission accomplished he had a brilliant run with all kinds of laps in the one fifty five. He'll one run on Sunday with four straight laps in the fifty four and that was really impressive and maverick, Bob. All he reinforced that he was one of if not the best writer in testing the big challenge now translate that into actual races. So maverick led the way right behind him Fabio Guerraro. I mean, we wonder coming in who if anyone was going to be the big surprise in this test, and that award is a massive run away for Fabio caught Yaro. I mean where did they come from? He was seventh on day one third on day two you've thought that was the anomaly at the time. But no he was second on day two. And of course for the entire test. Just a few tents behind maverick fan y'all as on top of that his overall lap times across his runs weren't bad. At all. I mean his best laps were definitely focused time attack. But on the first day he went from running in the fifty seven to fifty five's, and then he hung around in the fifty five fifty six is the rest of the time. That's not bad especially considering he's a rookie on a new bike. You know in a lot of the headlines talked about how Fabrio disconnected his brain to get those fast laps. And that's not to be discounted. I think we all know. And I think we've all experienced before where when you really aren't thinking about your writing you ride that much better your that much faster that much smoother because you're not consciously thinking about what you're doing. And so that is a thing. Definitely. And I believe that that was his mindset when he went out there and set those fast laps, but to say, oh, I was that fast because disconnected my brain that's kind of an esoteric thing to pin, you know, huge results on. But the good news for quote Sharara is that there also was something that he could pinpoint directly to credit for his improvement. He said he worked all tests long on. Breaking confidence and extending his breaking point further and further into the corner, and that's huge for him. Because that means he went out there with a specific plan to improve his writing and he got quantifiable results from targeted work. He keeps that up, and he could very well be a surprise rider this year and overall for a rookie. You couldn't ask for a better test than what Bobbio Quattro had last weekend in Qatar third on the list was Alex Wrens, and I'll tell you if there are any lingering concerns that either he nor Suzuki were performing just a little bit over their heads in horizon Sapang while there shouldn't be any left. Now, at least I hope you don't have any doubts about them a wreck and the subsequent repairs pretty much foiled rinses attempt to both time attack and an extended Ray simulation on the final day..

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MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"qatar" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"And then if you don't have an account it'll allow you to create an account create a team, and then it'll put you directly into the mode week dot net league. So you there's no confusion. No question about where you should go. So use the link on the Facebook page, if you have any friends that you want to invite. Go for it for the link to him. We've got plenty of room in the league. I think maximum sizes like ten thousand or something if we got close to that that'd be awesome. But we're not going to I think right now there are thirty seven other motorcycle racing fans there at last count, and we would love to have you sign up. Now. Once you do sign up, you can play around and experiment with your lineup as much as you want until we get to Qatar weekend at that point the twenty four trade rule kicks in. But before that, you can swap out as many riders and teams as you want to kind of come up with your best combination. So and I'm having a little bit of trouble myself my team because there have been as we'll talk about here in a minute. There's some rookies or some young riders who are doing really really, well, I don't know how well that's gonna translate to the season something maybe buying a couple of guys lo and then selling them once their value is is, but the trade off is you might be giving up points at the beginning of the year to be able to do that until they get really good. So there's a lot of strategy involved. And it's a lot of fun. And like I said, it's free. We'd love to have you. Join thanks a sports deck, by the way for keeping it going. There is absolutely no affiliation. Between this show and the folks at sports deck. It's just really the only good fantasy motor GP league. Can find anywhere? If you find another one, let me know. But there were two before. In fact, the first year we started this. We did both sports deck an M C N, which was way harder by the way because it had motor GP riders in world superbike riders Ambi SP riders, but that won't went away. So all we have the sports, but I'm happy with it. Some glad that they keep offering it. So we can keep doing it for free. So thanks Damon for reminding me of that speaking of reminders Asaf reminded me that I was getting a little ahead of myself when it came to the start of the season last week. I was so excited over the Qatar tests and the race after that that I was saying that they were back to back weekends. Of course, the beginning of the year round. One of the world championship is next weekend not this weekend. But that just means that we've got a week to talk about it. And you still got a week to sign up for the fantasy league. So head to the Facebook page for the details in the link put it up on the website as well. Moving on Stephen thought that we should give a shout out. Alvar Oba Teesta for his world superbike debut, and Phillip island, and I could not agree. More about Teesta didn't just impress in his first race for that Aruba dot IT factory team he dominated so much. So that after ace one Jonathan Ray said, hey, there's no chance I'm going to be able to beat this guy in race two. And I'm not even sure I'll have anything for him in the new t so Super Bowl quasi. I race thing in between. Although he tried hard in that one that ten lap shootout while I don't like the idea of them adding a third points paying race to the weekend. I will admit that that was the best race of the three that ten left shoot..

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World News Analysis

04:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Biggest exporter of liquefied natural gas, global financial analysts, Peter Dixon of the Comerzbank system. Hostas in doesn't have much effect on OPEC's influence over the oil market. You know, I don't think it makes a big difference certainly with regards to crude Qatar is very small player in this guy. I think we can only look at their decision to leave OPEC some full of symbolic gesture quite what the tell us this what entire show OPEC. Members are expected to cut oil supply at a meeting in Vienna minister of state of energy affairs. Asad I'll copy said caught har- would steal attend the groups meeting on Thursday and Friday, adding that a decision to exit OPEC was not political. I think Qatar has been on the great pressure from some of its neighbors in the Gulf for some time now. So it is slightly surprising. That is pulling out then claiming told a political issue. I it strikes me can only be that peck members Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates and the fellow Arab states, but rain and Egypt have imposed a political and economic boy cut on cut har- since June twenty seventeen the accused cut har- of supporting terrorism a charge denied by Doha. Now, we have Saad Joe what professor of the Lyndon school of. Economics and political science. I senior fellow with the Middle East center. So professor Joa. What do you think Qatar want to quit OPEC at at this moment because we heard cutters? Energy ministers. Say the move is not a political. They are just trying to focus more on natural gas. What you could say what you wants to say. But this this move is boxing, long political move goes. Chillers that. Cuts rooms to give an example, the other Gulf country that they are not going to stay and does this actions on on the Bill how about for a long time this move, by the way could be them. If they think again, he moved to of leaving open, then they could take another day remove of movie and even the cons of community constant. So I think it's the bullet could move and very dangerous indication to the unity of the country. Estimator oil exporter, which leaves the alliance. Isolating caught Har what might Saudi Arabia think about is. Are there any major geopolitical consequences where going to see? Well, I think Saudi Arabia is worried about this move because oh go up not that big member of the OPEC. I mean big export volume in this in this is Asian but denies ation. So, but it could leave to other countries using this is this of basin like Ron, and this could weak and even more of especially when they feel that the oh the decision is in decisions in OB of them Nate by those Abia by. Imbalance by the unite. Now, it's being argue the move by Katara doesn't have much effect on OPEC's influence, but still this country has been a member of OPEC for fifty seven years. So what could be the implication of this move on OPEC and also the general world oil market. As I said, it's not a general in his because the share cut that husband in this action plan is not that big. But as I said, it could lead to other countries to leave the Belgian this happened in two thousand eight degrees here. Left of denies Asian although came by to to all day should again. But it's good to something like that. And this good. I've been this could endanger the unity of the addition also that ten members producing countries have not I've done member of OPEC who are cooperating with up when they see such who maybe they decide not to anymore with any reduction of Oriel ex..

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ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"qatar" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Qatar dot dot co entertainers yes kyle has scored again the jets have a four one lead tsn twelve ninety cow connor two goals had an assist jets beat the pret six to pushing the president trophy winners to the brink of elimination with a three two lead in their western conference semi connor hello book at thirty eight saves for the winters meantime the nhl told boston's brad marchand to stop licking opponents or the bruins forward will be punished marshon licking lightning forward ryan callahan the latest one game four after appearing to do the same to toronto's leo calmer off earlier in the playoffs league says marshon has been put on notice this is sportscenter allnight on espn radio and the espn app i am jim baskerville the yankees enjoying their best fifteen game stretch since the nineteen ninety eight club had won a record one hundred and fourteen games bradley yes network they went for the fourteenth time at fifteen games putting together a four run fifth on just one hit five to win over the indians that's eight straight at home for the yanks craig kimbrel quickest pitcher to three hundred career saves closing out a six five win for the red sox in arlington padres rebound from being no hit by la back by two run home runs from eric hosmer and roffe lopez they beat the dodgers seven four in the first major league series in mexico again since nineteen ninety nine lebron beats the buzzer putting the raptors unlike support and like the cavs a caesar a win from the conference finals more nba on the way when sportscenter allnight.

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C-SPAN Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"qatar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Live in peace in qatar harmony it is it fair to their memories in legacies to continue allowing dangerous criminal aliens who remain at large in our country yes half what new authority does your department need to make it easier to detain ponte's speedily remove dangerous criminal aliens should such measures be a part of any potential aca deal we need tv luck at the basis for which we can remove an alien there are loopholes that prevent us in various cases from removing somebody from what we would all generally considered to be a serious crime we also limited to court cases for how long we can detain a criminal aliens after we apprehend them we need to address that there's a deterrence issue there just as there isn't any other law enforcement contacts we need the ability to remove once we detained dangerous criminals though i wanna go drew unaccompanied children customs and border patrol action reported that a number of apprehensions that our southern border are down including apprehensions for unaccompanied alien children obviously good news the journey from a miners home a country can be perilous for children for years i've written about cases in which smugglers have exploited on accompanying alien children taken advantage of lenient detention systems most recently i wrote about another incentive for vulnerable children to come here uh to excess uh our government facilitated abortion services i i will ask you to.

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LA Talk Radio Channel 1

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"qatar" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

"He's getting to work to design qatar is in bases for what he perceived end to be a modern town now because everything was changing that wasn't the 50s anymore wouldn't 60s anymore things had to move on and he was very much kind of him progressive thinker he was never attracted to looking back how do we do things what was the gold narrow he was never about that he was always about what's next and that's one reason why people would ask him what he did you ever keep that old prototype this or that he dosing no because the next one will be better keeping you that old stuff you probably regretted that but but so here's this building and he basically prepared a factory in it and while he's preparing the factory which is basically a tools and machines and things basically rep precluded his early 50s vendor size factory and in his little laboratory there that's where he thought about what's going to happen what's what's modern music where it's going on what's what's happening what's going on with punk rock and roll and stuff we need a bigger powerful sound so is there that he came up with this thing ray base the sabre base and saber guitar which all said to pickups so seal of research it was there that he designed them and manufacture these things and sold them to the music man company which he was also investor in but by the late seventies that's when things started getting uncomfortable to in the people a lot of these things people think about the gear what happened and so forth but a lot of what i find very interesting if the people behind it what was their motivations what was there be since 04 gets all all these stories are ultimately human stories we think about the year because we're captivated by that's what we play that's what we tax that's what we experience but it's people behind it and you get people there is a business its growing and then you get people with guy ego's in stubbornness and none of them were sort of without fault right right one question before you get into that did he designed.

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Business Daily

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"qatar" Discussed on Business Daily

"In addition to that we're hearing of workers who are being asked by their employers to take long unpaid leave periods and this is a little bit alarming uh because as the situation escalates particularly in a place like qatar there is a worry that uh some of the projects that were commissioned particularly the large construction projects will not be seen to their conclusion and if that happens the workers will be out of a job so those people are gradually the not necessarily being fired as yet as far as we know but they are suffering all kinds of privations definitely a lot of the the construction projects in particular and qatar are in a sort of wait and see posture as we all are uh because obviously construction projects require materials that are imparted a imported via land water and air and with the land blockade there will be a significant impact there already is significant impact on a number of these construction projects and so they've been sort of halted for the moment and so we are hearing stories of of workers being asked to take time off and we expect that if the crisis continues will hear a lot more stories about workers being fired why does this matter so much for those workers i'm in the report is everywhere what does it matter those workers who these workers in addition to all of the issues that they face in the gulf which have been documented by uh numerous organizations and they include passport confiscation late and nonpayment of wages inadequate accommodations unsafe working conditions in addition to all of these issues most of these workers are already extremely indebted prior to even arriving in the gulf.

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WCHS

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"qatar" Discussed on WCHS

"Greece mercy and peace be unto each of you from qatar father and are lured jesus christ ahmed let us pray oh god the protector of all who trust in you without whom nothing is strong nothing is holy increase and multiply upon us your mercy that with you as our ruler and guide we may so pass through things temporal that we lose not our hold on things eternal grant this heavenly father for our lord jesus who's christ's sake who is alive and rains with you in the unity of the holy spirit one god now and forever ahmed are gospel reading for this fifth sunday after pentecost is from matthew chapter eleven versus 25 through thirty at that time jesus declared i think you father lord of heaven and earth that you have hidden these things from the wise and understanding and revealed them too little children yes father for search wish your gracious will all things have been handed over to me by my father and no one knows the sun except the father and no one knows the father except the sun and anyone to whom the sun chooses to reveal him come to me all who labor and or heavy laden and i will give you rest take my yolk upon you and learn.

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The Inquiry

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"qatar" Discussed on The Inquiry

"Part three the mediator throughout my childhood contacted and feature at all it was only when as was established that suddenly qatar became a word that people were talking about before moving to britain20 years ago nicotine grew up in lebanon she is now head of the middleeast northafrica program at the chathamhouse think tank inkatha has gone from regional nobody two heavyweight player the global stage qatar basically distinguished itself through the mixed of media in theasian playing the role of mediator and staying neutral friends with everybody vehicle to place for conflict resolution yet without being seen as taking sides and when it comes to mediation cutter hasn't shied away from high profile conflicts the main one was trying to mediate between hamasandthepalestinians on one side and israel on another side they tried to play a role and that and at 1 point cutter was not just hosting the hamas leadership but also a trade office for israelindoha which was unprecedented in countries that had not signed a peace treaty with israelsheikhhamad also pursued coordial relations with cutters neighbour iran a fierce rival to the region's other big powers like saudiarabiacutter did have some success in easing those regional rivalries for example in lebanonin2000 tonight where they resolved a political dispute that some feared was heading towards civil war i happen to be in lebanon visiting during that period and there were people on the streets distributing posters of the emir of qatarand there were banners on the streets saying thank you cutterin fact thank you cut qatar became a con of saying that people would use again and again and lebanon and if you just look at the people they were bringing together and having contact with the negotiating between whether to israelandthepalestinians or iranandsaudiarabiayou look at this and you just wonder was this opportunistic inspired naive of described as deranged well it was certainly opportunistic whatever cut our saw an opportunity it just took it.

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MYfm 104.3

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"qatar" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"I believe adjust the is dortha it is just just just just wait a minute muslim i quit the mrs bush widows i qatar police of firemen things like a drag for italian correct anthony salvanto your girl saint louis up gonna give it to you i believe adjust watts the yeah don't just yes.

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Global News Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"qatar" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the cdc cities complete range of programmes to bbc world service dot com slash costs welcome to the latest global news recorded it thirteen hours gmt on friday the twentythird of june i'm jackie leonard with a selection of high nights from across bbc world service news today coming up the country's imposing a blockade on qatar have given the gulf states a list of demands including shutting down the ultras era tv network we'll hear from one of its journalists aljazeera was the first independent from trauma or use trammel true dogs in our world since rents years ago in in the spring two years aljazeera has managed to establish itself as a chunnel that exposes corruption also in the podcast bbc journalists travelling with us backed syrian fighters nearing the center of the eia stronghold araca the center of the city is about five or six hundred meters away is still sniperfire coming in and you can hear the returning five britons preliminary offer on the rights of eu citizens in the uk off to brexit has been described as insufficient by the president of the european commission pockets tani transgender activists as she's received the first paul sport a seat in the country with an intersex designation and later escaped with chimpanzees come as much harder to extract hanson's lines how human observation seems to change chimpanzees hunting strategy but first gulf countries locked in a major row with cuts all have handed it a list of demands including the shutting down of its brokaw's network this is aljazeera.

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WGIR-AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"qatar" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"With very owns drone and shucks there are two major rumors circulating wall street today one has legs in the other i think is a lot of hot air highbury buddy it's burien chuck with you on a thursday which one you want to start with pottier always start with hot air high hot air this rumor in it bro go two hours of all the nsa is that qatar airways which is really the country of qatar in country of qatar is you know undoubtedly is a terrorist nation they want to buy ten percent of american airlines then i think that part is true i think there's a legitimate offer on the part of qatar to by ten percent of american airlines i also think president trump is gonna tell them to pound sand i think you're likely to be right they're just because with as well he should with everything we've seen over the last couple of weeks with the saudis effectively telling qatar to go pound sand in the struck a strengthening relationship between donald trump and the saudis i think there's a pretty good chance this doesn't happen since any deal would require us government approval to actually go through what is this a wanted to ask you do you think this is an all of branch being extended to the united states by qatar i mean do they understand that the united states of america does not own american airlines perhaps they did i think the because qatar airways is they bailed out barklays member yesterday covered how they were the behind the bail out of barclays barclays would've gone bust folks in two thousand eight had it not been for qatar well in this is the crux of some of the major gene a political things that we have to deal with today is that look these countries over the middle east have an awful lot of money because of all the oil okay and that has been a reason why we've probably allow.

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