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"rafael grossi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"At opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to taxation The liberals want small state low taxes The greens want the opposite because they want to fund climate change The fight against climate change That's the difficult negotiation to behave But if the numbers add up both those smaller parties want to get into government so it's not impossible It'll just be some tough negotiations over the next few months The UN's nuclear watchdog the IAEA says around this failed to allow its inspectors access to a centrifuge component manufacturing workshop last week Other designated sites had allowed monitoring His bad thing in Belle The IAEA's director general Rafael grossi said access to the workshop and other locations referred to in the September deal was indispensable to maintain knowledge of Iran's nuclear work The deal was struck when mister grassi visited Iran earlier this month The deal to allow access meant that western powers at the IAEA's board of governors did not seek a resolution criticizing Iran Something which could have put an end to hopes to resume wider talks on reviving the 2015 nuclear deal Chinese state newspapers as the two Canadian men who were released from prison and sent back home and Saturday were returned for medical reasons The article appears to build on Beijing's assertion that the cases weren't connected with Canada's detention of the telecommunications executive Mongol She returned to China on Saturday after striking a deal with U.S. prosecutors BBC News This is WNYC in New York Good afternoon on my own Levinson New Jersey senator Cory Booker says he's frustrated that negotiations over the George Floyd justice and policing act collapse last week The measure would make it easier to charge police officers accused of misconduct Speaking today on NBC's meet the press Booker said he's confident the talks will resume and police reforms will happen We're going to still see videotapes of unarmed African Americans being killed We've had tragedies in this country we've all witnessed We've got to start getting things done in the wonderful thing about it is police leaders understand it as well We've got to get back to the table eventually and get big things done In a statement President Biden said he's also hopeful that it could sign into law meaningful police reform bill in honor of George Floyd The 74th annual Tony Awards are being handed out tonight in a long delayed ceremony at Broadway's winter garden theater Speaking on NPR today reported Jeff London says that because of the pandemic only shows it open before mid February of 2020 were eligible to be nominated The ceremony was originally scheduled for June 2020 but nominations were postponed until last October Tonight.
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"President Biden is on his way to the West Coast today, NPR's Aisha Roscoe reports The president will get a firsthand look at wildfire damage in Northern California before campaigning for governor Gavin Newsom, who's facing a recall election on Tuesday. President Biden's first stop will be in Idaho, where he'll visit the National Interagency Fire Center. Then Biden will head to Sacramento to view some of the destruction calls by fires this year. Massive blazes have destroyed buildings and blanket it states with smoke. Biden has said that climate change is helping to drive these disasters and that there is an urgent need for action. After the stops focus on wildfires, Biden will attend an event in Long Beach with California Governor Gavin Newsom, who's facing a recall election. Voters will cast their ballots on Tuesday. I used to Roscoe NPR news, the White House, Afghanistan will be the focus of a congressional hearing this afternoon. Secretary of State and Tony Blinken is set to testify before a House committee lawmakers are expected to press him about the rapid fall of the Afghan government. And evacuations of Americans and Afghan allies before and after the U. S military's withdrawal. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports. Blinken will also testify before a Senate committee on Tuesday. Senator Chris Murphy, a Democrat from Connecticut, is worried that Republicans on the Foreign Relations Committee may try to turn the hearing with Blinken into a circus and try to Put the blame on Joe Biden for 20 years worth of Mistakes in Afghanistan. But some Democrats have questions for the secretary of state about the Americans and at risk Afghans who were left behind in the massive airlift operation that ended last month. The State Department has facilitated dozens of departures in recent days of Americans and green card holders from the airport in Kabul and via overland routes. Michele Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington The head of the U. N nuclear watchdog agency, says he's reached an agreement with tear Iran to allow the continued monitoring of activity at Iran's nuclear test sites. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports. The announcement comes as the agency's board of governors prepares to meet this week in Austria. Rafael Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, says Tehran is permitting the IAEA to service its monitoring equipment and keep it running. U. N inspectors still can't see what's on those recordings, however. Before groceries announcement, Western powers were threatening to push the IAEA board of governors to censure Iran for blocking the inspectors. That's NPR's Peter Kenyon. Reporting stocks are trading mixed on Wall Street. At this hour, the Dow was up 213 points, the NASDAQ Down 58. You're listening.
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"Which has maximum sustained winds of 40 miles an hour with higher gusts, is expected to drop up to 10 inches of rain on parts of Texas and southwest Louisiana through midweek. Iran says the U N nuclear watchdog can continue recording activities that sensitive nuclear sites as carry squiring reports from Vienna. The announcement came after talks with I A E. A chief Rafael Grossi. Iran says new memory cards can be installed in surveillance cameras and monitoring will continue. The International Atomic Energy Agency chief described the result as constructive while around stop, nuclear officials said This was a technical result with no room for politics. But it is unclear if the data from those cameras will be made available to the A or if this concession will head off a showdown between Iran and the West at this week's meeting of nuclear diplomats in Vienna. At stake is the revival of the 2000 and 15 nuclear deal in which Iran agreed to limit nuclear activities in return for sanctions. Relief for NPR news. I'm Carrie squiring in Vienna. U. S futures contracts are trading higher at this hour. Dow futures contract up but 1/10 of a percent. This is NPR. Novak Djokovic. It fell a step short in his bid for a calendar year Grand slam Daniel Medvedev beat him 646464 in the U. S open final to win his first major title. Djokovic was trying to become the first man since Rod Laver in 1969 to win all four Grand Slam titles singles titles in the same year. Djokovic goes into next year still tied with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal with 20 major titles, the most in men's history. The interim American Court of Human Rights has made another decision in the case of Nicaraguan presidential hopefuls that to be tried for conspiracy. This comes as the government of Daniel Ortega officially accuses more than 30 opposition leaders of treason. Including an internationally renowned writer Maria Martin has more recently issued indictments against Nick and I want to opposition leaders, including at least eight who planned to run against President Ortega accuses them of being quote perpetrators of the crime of conspiracy to undermine national integrity. The Inter American Human Rights Court again called for the release of the opposition leaders. And for a court delegation to visit Nicaragua to monitor their situation. Among those recently accused was Ortega's former vice president, said Ramirez, one of the most renowned writers in the Spanish speaking world. Long ago, parted waste with Ortega and is now living in exile for NPR news. I'm Maria Martin. Asian markets are trading mix The Nikkei Down about 2/10 of a percent the Asia dowel up. 1/10. I'm Janine Herbst. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the.
"rafael grossi" Discussed on WTOP
"The top ranked men's tennis player was defeated by Daniel Medvedev, who said this afterwards ESPN complex this year and for all of your career I never said this to anybody, but I'll say it right now. For me. You are the greatest tennis player in the history. Djokovic also praised his opponent. There is anyone that deserves the grandstand theater right now, it's you so well done. Iran has agreed to allow international inspectors to install new memory cards in his surveillance cameras at its sensitive nuclear sites. It comes even as negotiations remain stalled in Vienna over the U. S and Iran returning to the 2015 nuclear deal. Word of the agreement came from a director general Rafael Grossi, in Vienna. We're back from what I I believe Was a constructive trip very short, but very constructive trip, which helps keeping the process in a good direction. State media in North Korea say the country is fired a long range cruise missile aimed at a long amid a long standoff with the U. S. Over Dig new lookers denuclearization on Quit Panda is a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and says this is a new type of missile. The North Koreans say strategic weapon that's a euphemism that they used to tell us that a weapons system is Capable. Of carrying nuclear weapons. What's more significant here is that they've claimed to have tested a new type of cruise missile, so this would be actually the first nuclear capable cruise missile that North Korea has tested. Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson is among a handful of Republicans or opposing President Biden's Covid 19 vaccine mandates announced last week. Hutchinson tells NBC historically had vaccination requirements in schools, but those have always come at the state level, never at the national level. And so this is an unprecedented Assumption of federal mandate authority that.
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"Family says the FBI report helps build a blueprint for how al Qaeda operated inside the US with the support of the Saudi government. Which the families are suing. Amy held NPR news forecasters are monitoring a new tropical storm that's formed in the Gulf of Mexico. Stacey Stewart is a specialist at the National Hurricane Center, Nicholas will pass near or just east of the lower Texas coast. Possibly making landfall somewhere on the central or upward Texas coast. Perhaps late Tuesday or early Wednesday. In the meantime, tropical storm warnings are in effect for coastal Texas, Southwest west Louisiana is also in its track. The head of the UN's nuclear watchdog agency says Iran has agreed to let the agency service monitoring cameras and replace the memory cards at Iranian nuclear sites. I e. A chief Rafael Grossi made the announcement after meeting in Tehran today. Iran had cut access to the surveillance footage in February. It was one of the outstanding issues standing in the way of reviving the 2015 nuclear deal. Israel says it struck Hamas militants sites in Gaza following rocket fire and Israel as NPR's Daniel Estrin reports, tensions have risen with the capture of Palestinians who escaped Israeli prison. Six Palestinian prisoners escaped an Israeli prison last week. Israeli forces caught two of them Friday into Saturday. After each arrest. Militants in the Gaza Strip fired a rocket toward Israel, which anti missile systems intercepted, and Israeli jets and helicopters struck Hamas militant sites in Gaza with no casualties. Hamas and Israel are seeking a long term truce after their deadly conflict this spring. Israel says it won't allow Gaza to rebuild destroyed buildings until Hamas releases two Israeli civilians and the bodies of two soldiers in its custody. Hamas demands the release of Palestinians in Israeli prisons, including those who recently escaped and were captured. Daniel Estrin NPR NEWS Jerusalem This is NPR. The U. S. Capitol Police is recommending disciplinary action in six cases involving officers who responded to the January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol building. It follows an internal probe into the actions of dozens of officers on that day..
"rafael grossi" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Says the FBI report helps build a blueprint for how al Qaeda operated inside the US with the support of the Saudi government. Which the families are suing. Amy held NPR news forecasters are monitoring a new tropical storm that's formed in the Gulf of Mexico. Stacey Stewart is a specialist at the National Hurricane Center, Nicholas will pass near or just east of the lower Texas coast. Possibly making landfall somewhere on the central or upward Texas coast. Perhaps late Tuesday or early Wednesday. In the meantime, tropical storm warnings are in effect for coastal Texas, Southwest west Louisiana is also in its track. The head of the UN's nuclear watchdog agency says Iran has agreed to let the agencies service monitoring cameras and replace the memory cards at Iranian nuclear sites. I e. A chief Rafael Grossi made the announcement after meeting in Tehran today. Iran had cut access to the surveillance footage in February. It was one of the outstanding issues standing in the way of reviving the 2015 nuclear deal. Israel says it struck Hamas militants sites in Gaza following rocket fire and Israel as NPR's Daniel Estrin reports, tensions have risen with the capture of Palestinians who escaped. Israeli prison. Six Palestinian prisoners escaped an Israeli prison last week. Israeli forces caught two of them Friday and two Saturday. After each arrest. Militants in the Gaza Strip fired a rocket toward Israel, which anti missile systems intercepted. An Israeli jets and helicopters struck Hamas militants sites in Gaza with no casualties. Hamas and Israel are seeking a long term truce after their deadly conflict this spring. Israel says it won't allow Gaza to rebuild destroyed buildings until Hamas releases two Israeli civilians and the bodies of two soldiers in its custody. Hamas demands the release of Palestinians in Israeli prisons, including those who recently escaped and were captured. Daniel Estrin NPR NEWS Jerusalem This is NPR. The U. S. Capitol Police is recommending disciplinary action in six cases involving officers who responded to the January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol building. It follows an internal probe into the actions of dozens of officers. On that day, the.
"rafael grossi" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"More information after 20 years. I'm Joe Chiro. Fox NEWS. The FBI has declassified document that sheds light on how involved study Arabia was and the 9 11 attacks Republican Texas Congressman Tony Gonzalez. There's no doubt that Saudi nationals helped plot and help execute this. This terrible act on September 11th what level that that dipped into the Saudi government. I still think I still think is murky, but one thing That isn't murky is the Taliban housed Al Qaeda? They harbored them. The document summarizes an FBI interview with the Saudi man who provided quote significant logistical support to the first hijackers arriving in the country. Saudi Arabia has consistently denied involvement. The U. N nuclear watchdog chief Rafael Grossi says they've solved their most urgent issue with Iran by reaching a deal for the overdue servicing of monitoring equipment returning from a trip to Tehran, Grossi told reporters in Vienna. The agreement is intended to give space for diplomacy restoring the Iran nuclear deal. The Biden administration expected to face more criticism over its announced vaccine mandates some GOP governors, they're vowing to pursue legal action for possible overreach. Republican Illinois congressman Adam Kinzinger and talked about the mandates. I mean, we all hear stories of people that are in very red areas that are embarrassed to say they're vaccinated that is insane and silly, And that is a problem with leaders, particularly Republican leaders. That don't stand up and give cover to people and say, Look, this is not what Republicanism or conservativism should be Kinzinger on CBS's face the Nation. The average U. S price of regular grade gasoline went up two cents over the past two weeks. The Lundberg Survey reports. The nationwide average is now 3 25 a gallon America is listening to Fox News. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. My dad used to say that sure. Yeah, it's from Geico. Yeah. Whenever I would ask my dad for life advice, he'd sit me down and say, Son 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. And look at me now. A well adjusted adult with the drawer full of plastic bags..
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"How's our Qaeda? They harbored them. The document summarizes an FBI interview with the Saudi man who provided quote significant logistical support to the first hijackers arriving in the country. Saudi Arabia has consistently denied involvement. The U. N nuclear watchdog chief Rafael Grossi says they've solved their most urgent issue with Iran by reaching a deal for the overdue servicing of monitoring equipment. Returning from a trip to Tehran, grossly told reporters in Vienna. The agreement is intended to give space for diplomacy restoring the Iran nuclear deal. The administration expected to face more criticism, already announced vaccine mandates some GOP governors, they're vowing to pursue legal action for possible overreach. Republican Illinois congressman Adam Kinzinger talked about the mandates. I mean, we all hear stories of people that are in very red areas that are embarrassed to say they're vaccinated that is insane and silly, And that is a problem with leaders, particularly Republican leaders. That don't stand up and give cover to people and say, Look, this is not what Republicanism or conservativism should be Kinzinger on CBS's face the Nation. The average U. S price of regular grade gasoline went up two cents over the past two weeks, the Lundberg Survey reports. The nationwide average is now 3 25 a gallon America is listening to Fox News. This is Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson. Here's what's trending on the I Heart Sports network presented by Universal Windows Direct. After dropping their season opener last week. Wisconsin picked up their first win of the year yesterday over eastern Michigan. The final in that 1 34 to 7 badges will stay at home for next week's prime time matchup when they go up against the fighting ownership. Notre Dame Corbyn Burns Josh Hader through a combined no hitter for the Brewers yesterday there three to nothing shutout over the Cleveland Indian. And Vitor Belfort made easy work of event or Holyfield last night, finishing him off in the first round of their boxing match. Andrew Allan. Hi, I'm Bill and I'm Mike. We've been friends since second grade in nearly 20 years ago, we started universal windows direct. You can call us now at 4142962848 and pay nothing for two years and you will be saying I love my windows. Excuse.
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"I was at us, and we have to be prepared to respond. And that is why the president announced ambitious and thoughtful Plan Murthy on ABC. No information about the 9 11 attacks is being released Tom 40 on the 20th anniversary of 9 11 and in compliance with an executive order from President Biden. The FBI has released the first document related to which investigation of the September 11 2001 plane hijackings and the deadly attacks for which they were used. It runs 16 pages. And is partially redacted. It points to contacts between the hijackers and Saudi associates what it offers no evidence that the Saudi government was complicit in the attacks. They killed nearly 3000 people. Relatives of many of them have sued Saudi Arabia for billions of dollars, contending it was Tom Foodie. CBS NEWS Washington Gender rules for education under the Taliban government. Afghan education Minister says women can study in universities, but classrooms will be Gender segregated women must also wear their traditional Islamic dress. A New York Times investigation is raising doubt over a drone strike that killed in Isis threat in Afghanistan. Times reporter Matthew Atkins what the U. S military interpreted as a series of suspicious moves turned out to be From the evidence. We collected just another day at work where he's going around, dropping off colleagues. And what they thought were explosives are actually water jugs. That he was putting into the trunk his car take home because the water supply had stopped working. Iran is allowing international inspectors to service monitoring cameras at its nuclear sites. Rafael Grossi is the director of the International Atomic Energy Agency. We were able.
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"Entertainment venues are checking for proof of vaccine. Britain's health secretary says they've decided not to require vaccine passports for entry into nightclubs another crowded events in England for now, but could reconsider the decision if cases rise exponentially again. That marks a reversal amid opposition from some of the conservative government supporters in parliament. Julie Walker. AP News Iran says the head of the International Atomic Energy Organization is in the country for talks with Iranian officials. Iran's envoy to the I A says in a tweet Rafael Grossi will travel to Tehran, where he is scheduled to meet Iran's vice president and head of the country's atomic organization on Sunday, the envoy added. The two sides will subsequently issue a joint statement. It will be cross his first visit to the country since new President Abraham Race he took office talks between Iran and world powers. Over limiting Iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief have been idle since June and Rice he took office in August. I'm Charles through the asthma Israel has arrested four Palestinians, who with two others had tunneled out of prison on Monday, setting off a furious manhunt across Israel and in the West Bank. Israeli police say they have arrested four of the six Palestinians who had broken out of the maximum security facility, including a famed militant leader whose exploits over the years have made him a well known figure before wanted men were caught in a pair of arrests in northern Israel. The arrest move Israel closer to closing and embarrassing episode. That's exposed deep floors in its prison system and turned the fugitive prisoners into Palestinian heroes. Later on Friday, Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip fired a rocket into Israel in an apparent sign of solidarity, drawing Israeli airstrikes in Reprisal. I'm Charles Gilad, asthma for US has pulled missile defenses in Saudi Arabia. And meet a rise in Yemen attacks. American troops offload missiles at Prince Sultan Air Base in Saudi Arabia. Satellite photos analyzed by the AP showed the U. S. Has removed its most advanced missile defense system and Patriot batteries in recent weeks, even as the kingdom faces continued air attacks from Yemen's Houthi rebels. Well. Tens of thousands of American forces remain across the Arabian Peninsula as a counterweight to Iran. Gulf. Arab nations worry about America's future plans as its military perceives a growing threat in Asia, the requires those missile defenses. I'm Charles delivered asthma. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did.
"rafael grossi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I'm Michael Harrington connection parts to mark the 20th anniversary of 9 11 yesterday and former President Trump did as well. He went to the Big Apple visited police there and others. And criticized the Biden administration for pulling out of Afghanistan the way it did, allowing the Taliban to take over quickly. We could have stayed there for one month or three years. They weren't going to be able to do anything, but they left and when they left, there was a vacuum, and then they came in and felt the vacuum. Mr Trump left the NYPD 17th precinct in midtown to cheers and applause from the police and other New Yorkers. Iran says the head of the International Atomic Energy Organization is in the country this weekend for talks with Iranian officials. Iran's envoy to the I A says in a tweet Rafael Grossi will travel to Tehran, where he is scheduled to meet Iran's vice president and head of the country's atomic organization on Sunday, the envoy added. The two sides will subsequently issued a joint statement. It will be across his first visit to the country since New President Abraham Race he took office talks between Iran and world powers over limiting Iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief have been idle since June and Rice. He took office in August. I'm Charles through the asthma. The wildfire near Castaic, California yesterday led to the closure of part of Interstate five. The blaze known as the Root Fires reached nearly 400 acres now or a little over half a square mile and Katie L. A. T V says the fire is threatening a number.
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"Navarro. Good morning. The Taliban are consolidating control while Afghanistan plunges into economic chaos also will hear from the border with Pakistan, where our own Steve Inskeep is. We asked you how climate change is impacting your life, and we'll have your stories. Plus the British punk band, The Stranglers have a new grown up album and Sir Michael Caine and Pandemic Technology. Never had his own called before. Now, post. I know I know what it's all about. At 88. He spent his pandemic offline gardening, cooking and writing, and he's got a new movie to its Sunday September 12th. The news is coming up right now in this newscast. Live from NPR news. I'm jail. Snyder, The recently named interim Taliban government is starting to lay out new policies in Afghanistan. NPR's Jackie Northam reports from Islamabad. The policies huge towards a tougher, more Islamic way of living. The Taliban raised its white and black flag over the Afghan presidential palace the same day the U. S was marking the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks. The ceremony in Kabul ushered in the new, All male interim government made up of many of the hardline figures that ruled Afghanistan 20 years ago. Already, the new government announced it is bringing back a version of their ministry for the Propagation of Virtue and Prevention of vice, which could allow the Taliban to roam the streets. Punishing anyone seen as not leading a pure Islamic life. Taliban leaders are promising this time around. They will not allow extremists to operate from Afghan soil and have denied reports that Al Qaeda is already active there. Jackie Northam. NPR News Islamabad of the United Nations Nuclear Monitoring Agency, the I A E A is making a new attempt to ease tension over Iran's nuclear program. Rafael Grossi is in Tehran for talks with Mohammed Islami, the head of the Iranian nuclear authority is the BBC's Alan Johnston reports. This is the first I A e, a visit to Iran since the hard line cleric Ebrahim Raisi was elected president and formed a new government in Tehran. The inspection agencies chief Rafael Grossi once the Iranians to explain the presence of traces of uranium found at certain sites. More importantly, he's demanding access to monitoring equipment installed it other nuclear facilities. Iran has been limiting its cooperation with the inspectors. This is in retaliation for U. S. Sanctions imposed on Tehran by President Trump after he ripped up the international nuclear agreement Iran and the humans nuclear watchdogs say they have agreed to allow inspectors to continue monitoring activities that Iranian atomic sites issued a joint statement today. Following that visit to Tehran by the head of the U. N watchdog agency. Health regulators say they will not cut corners when it comes to approving Covid 19 vaccinations for younger Children. But the FDA has said it will move rapidly towards an emergency use authorization as soon as it gets the data it needs. In the meantime, Dr John Brownstein at Boston's Children's Hospital, says steps Uh, they could keep kids from being infected. Good, masking social distancing ventilation and testing altogether can help keep our kids safe while we wait for this vaccine to be approved for kids, hopefully later this fall decision on whether to authorize the vaccine comes as schools have reopened amid a wave of infections. This is NPR news. This is 90.9. W bur. I'm Sharon Brody in Boston. New England Patriots open their regular season this afternoon at home against the Miami Dolphins. WRs Dan Guzman has a preview. All eyes will be on rookie quarterback Mac Jones. He was drafted by New England this spring after leading Alabama to a national title. The team went with him over veteran Cam Newton, who led the Patriots last season but was released in August. ESPN's Mike Reese says he wouldn't necessarily call this a rebuilding year for the pets. Well, they aren't Super Bowl favorites. They should be a contender, and I would not lower the ceiling for what this team can accomplish, even with a rookie quarterback kick off this afternoon at Gillette Stadium is scheduled for 4 25 for 19.9. W bur. I'm Dan Guzman. Two central figures in Boston Celtics lower have been inducted into the Boston into the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield and one of them inducted for the second time at his induction speech last night, Paul Pierce thanks all the teams that chose other players before the Celtics took him with the 10th pick in the 1998 draft. Pierce is the team's second all time leading scorer. Celtics legend Bill Russell also was inducted yesterday as a coach. He was inducted as a player in 1975, making him one of.
"rafael grossi" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Agreed to allow nuclear inspectors to continue monitoring activities that Iranian atomic sites. NPR's Peter Kenyon, reports on a joint statement released after a visit to Tehran by the head of the IAEA Director General, Rafael Grossi met with the head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization and a growing tensions over Iran's violations of the 2015 nuclear agreement. Tehran began exceeding limits in the deal after then President Donald Trump walked away from the accord and re impose sanctions on Iran. This agreement comes a day before the start of an IAEA board of governors meeting with some Western powers calling for a center of Iran over its curtailing of cooperation with nuclear inspectors. President Biden has said he wants the U. S back in the nuclear agreement, but Iran must come into full compliance. Peter Kenyon. NPR NEWS Istanbul The FBI has released newly declassified 16 page document that examines links between the 9 11 hijackers and Saudi nationals in the United States. It offers no evidence of Saudi government was complicit in the attacks. But lawyers for families suing Saudi Arabia say it validates their case. The document was released following an executive order by President Biden. Independent investigations by the New York Times and the Washington Post or questioning US military claims that a drone strike during the evacuation from Kabul destroyed a car operated by an Isis K sympathizer. NPR's Matthew Schwartz. Reports. U. S Central Command said the car contained explosive destined for the Kabul airport. Military officials have described the strike as a self defense operation that took out an imminent threat. But the Times and post investigations couldn't find evidence of explosives in the car. Which they say was driven by 43 year olds. Omari Ahmadi, an engineer working for a U. S aid group that seeks to end malnutrition in Afghanistan. Family members told the Times Ahmadi had applied for refugee resettlement in the U. S. A military spokesman declined to comment. But a senior U. S official tells NPR Central Command continues to believe this was a legitimate target. What is uncertain, the source said, is whether the driver was part of the supposed terrorist effort. Or was forced into it. Matthew Schwartz, NPR NEWS Washington, Francis celebrated Mass and Heroes Square in Budapest. Today, he said he leads his ability to send Nothing. Box movies.
Iran Says U.N. Atomic Agency Head Arriving in Tehran for Talks
"Iran says the head of the international atomic energy organization is in the country for talks with Iranian officials Iran's envoy to the I. A. E. A. says in a tweet the Rafael grossi will travel to Tehran where he's scheduled to meet Iran's vice president and head of the country's atomic organization on Sunday the envoy added the two sides will subsequently issue a joint statement it will be because his first visit to the country since you president Abraham racy took office talks between Iran and world powers over limiting Iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief had been idle since June and rice he took office in August I'm Charles through that month
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"Support, a community center and now a soccer field. Military officials did not allow reporters to interview any of those staying at the Army base, citing privacy concerns. I'm Angela Kerrigan, El Paso. In Mexico. Rescuers are due to resume a search for victims of a landslide yesterday afternoon after days of heavy rain and a major earthquake Tuesday, tons of massive boulders fell on a neighborhood outside Mexico City. This is NPR. Pope Francis leaves Rome tomorrow for visits to Hungary and Slovakia, his first foreign trip following intestinal surgery in July. As NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports, the pope describes it as a spiritual pilgrimage to two countries on the periphery of the European Union. The Budapest leg of the trip will consist only in the pope celebrating Mass at the International Eucharistic Congress. Vatican watchers suggest the brevity of the stop. Only seven hours underscores the pope's criticism of the anti immigrant policies of nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban. The official schedule indicates they will meet but not in private. The three day visit to Slovakia includes encounters with its first female president, Susanna couple, Tova, a staunch environmentalist, who shares the pope's concerns over the fate of the planet. Francis will also meet representatives of Slovakia's large Roma population and leaders of the Jewish community decimated under the country's pro Nazi regime in World War two. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome Iran says the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency is heading to Tehran today for talks on reviving the Iran nuclear deal. Rafael Grossi is due to meet with Iran's vice president and head of the country's atomic organization. It's gross. These first visit to Iran since the new president there, Ebrahim Raisi took office. The IEA says progress is stalled on two main issues, including monitoring access..
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"Been delays over the years. The first charges were brought against Mr Zuma back in 2000 and five so you can imagine since 2000 and five until today. He has actually for the first time, pleaded not guilty to the charges, but he has also brought in a special plea. He believes that the lead prosecutor advocate Billy Donna, Will not be fair to him the former president, once the lead prosecutor to recuse himself, and if the state allows that recusal to take place then Mr Zuma is going to actually apply for an acquittal. Three people have been arrested in Italy over a cable car crash that killed 14 people on Sunday. They include the owner and two senior managers off the company, which operated the cable car. They've reportedly confessed to knowing that emergency brakes on the car had been deactivated nearly a month ago to overcome a problem. West African mediators visiting Mali have met the senior military figures who carried out the country's second coup in less than a year. The U. N Security Council is due to discuss the political crisis today. Here's Will Ross The mediation team from the West African regional bloc Echo Watts has an extremely difficult mission led by the former Nigerian president. Good Luck Jonathan. It hopes to get the ousted Molly in president and prime minister released from military detention as soon as possible. But beyond that, it's not clear what it can achieve. Now that Colonel see me. Guys who is running the country and looks set to name a new prime minister Echo US and other international bodies could impose sanctions against those behind the coup. They'll be aware that that could further complicate Marley's road to elections on the promised return to civilian rule early next year. World News from the BBC. The Taliban have warned Afghanistan's neighbors not to allow their land and air space to be used against the country. A Taliban statement said those the dead would be responsible for the consequences. It comes after Pakistan denied reports it was negotiating a counterterrorism arrangement with the United States, allowing it to operate a military base there after its Afghan withdraw. U. S. Defense officials have said they're in talks with Pakistan and others about maintaining access to Afghanistan. Former chief advisor to the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told MPs that people died unnecessarily because of the government's failings during the Corona virus pandemic. Dominic Cummings said ministers and officials had fallen disastrously short off what the public expects in a crisis. He also said the initial plan was to allow the virus to spread unchecked, A strategy called Herd immunity. Mr. Johnson dismissed the accusations. One of the decisions have bean easy to get into a lockdown is a traumatic thing for a country to deal with a pandemic on this scale has been appallingly difficult. And we've at every stage tried to minimize loss of life to save lives. But the NHS and we have followed the best scientific advice that we that we can The head of the UN's nuclear watchdog. The IAEA has described Iran's uranium enrichment program is very concerning. Rafael Grossi said Iran was now enriching to purity levels that are only reached by countries that make atomic bombs. His remarks come as negotiations continue to revive the 2015 nuclear accord. Iran struck with the outside world. Farmers in India holding mass protests to mark six months of their campaign to overturn reforms. Deregulating agricultural markets. Black flags were raised and effigies of the prime minister satellite in several cities and villages. Across Punjab and Harry Ana. Baby seniors. Hello and welcome to news from the BBC World Service. We're coming to you live from London. I'm James Menendez. We're going to start today, with the fall out from what's being described as a state sponsored hijacking.
Head of UN nuke watchdog meets Iran nuclear chief in Tehran
"Of the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency says Iran is giving inspectors less access to its atomic program, but will still allow the agency to monitor it. Rafael Grossi made the comment following an emergency trip to Iran and offered few specifics. But Iran's foreign minister says the International Atomic Energy Agency will no longer have access to footage from cameras at Iran's nuclear sites.
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"They had of the U. N. set Tomic watchdog agency says it will head to Toronto next week to press Iranian authorities for access to sites where the country is thought to have stored or used undeclared nuclear material it will be the first visit to Iran international atomic energy agency director general Rafael grossi since he took office last December and comes amid intense international pressure on the country over its nuclear program the focus will be on access to sites thought to be from the early 2 thousands before Iran signed the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers Iran maintains the IAEA inspectors have no legal basis to inspect these sites the Iranian delegation at 2 international organizations in Vienna tweeted that he hopes the visit will lead to reinforce mutual cooperation I'm sorry I shockingly
UN atomic watchdog chief heading to Iran; seeks more access
"They had of the U. N. set Tomic watchdog agency says it will head to Toronto next week to press Iranian authorities for access to sites where the country is thought to have stored or used undeclared nuclear material it will be the first visit to Iran international atomic energy agency director general Rafael grossi since he took office last December and comes amid intense international pressure on the country over its nuclear program the focus will be on access to sites thought to be from the early two thousands before Iran signed the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal with world powers Iran maintains the IAEA inspectors have no legal basis to inspect these sites the Iranian delegation at two international organizations in Vienna tweeted that he hopes the visit will lead to reinforce mutual cooperation I'm sorry I shockingly
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"Different people there's a clear divide within the party right now between the progress of someone and and the moderates on the other she ended up a feeling to not either she was attacked by progresses because of our criminal justice record as Attorney General for California and she tried to lean to the left of it to make up for that and I think she left a lot of open ground to Joe Biden who clearly as will always have the moderate support at least up until now and so this is a surprise but really not that much of a surprise because she had already sank in the polls the fifty five year old daughter of immigrants from Jamaica and India made history as the first woman and the first African American to serve as Attorney General of California the new head of the UN's nuclear watchdog the IAEA has told the BBC that the Iranian nuclear deal has been hugely important for non proliferation on his first day in office Rafael grossi said he hoped to visit Tehran soon and was hoping to open a constructive relationship with Iran he said that a recent incident in which a female inspector was briefly prevented from leaving the country was unacceptable and must not be repeated you're listening to the world news from the BBC the co founder of Google Larry page has announced he's stepping down as chief executive of its parent company alphabet Google CDOs send up a child will now run both companies Larry page and Sergey Brin who founded Google twenty one years ago said they believed it was time to assume the role of proud parents offering advice and love and not by daily knocking the French president Emmanuel macron has said NATO needs to clarify its fundamental strategic aims says the alliance's leaders gathered in London for its seventieth anniversary also talks with president trump Mr micro highlighted divisions within NATO as gentleness and reports despite calls for a show of unity the tension and discord.