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"rangoon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Here at Davos the former prime minister of Ireland and Lisa boy was that a tiptoe through the politics of Northern Ireland and Ireland Now the trade minister Leo brought because really something there Yeah he didn't want to basically over stuff and yet there isn't the support yet for the unification that so many do desire A backstory of a front and center really on the somber tone here in Dallas the crises that are being confronted being addressed in a May Davos and again I should say this Adrian Mark telling me there will be a January Davos All right well I guess everybody has to get their parkas out I guess so I see you in Wagner and can see that Right now I'm going to have a lot of fun because getting the headlines on the New York State through a is General Electric in Schenectady and far off to the west was a landmark of my youth And when you drove down the turnpike near Syracuse New York their dominant was carrier is a manufacturing might of America If you go to Cornell you know this David joins us now our chief executive officer of carrier global I think the first carrier you saw was at the Rangoon embassy when you were in Ithaca a few years ago you guys in president Trump knows this Have had to make not a tough decision but what's significant about carrier is the set of tough decisions over 30 years to compete domestically and compete globally What have you learned from it as an institution We've learned that the work should be where the work should be And we have to remain competitive We've been increasing jobs significantly in the United States but we've been upskilling We've been adding digital We've been adding engineering We've been adding manufacturing jobs in the United States but the higher end jobs So we have put work globally We have work in Mexico that we're very proud of We have worked throughout Europe including Eastern Europe We have work in Southeast Asia and of course in China But the work should go where the work should go it should be very natural to be in that environment And then we keep upskilling in the United States So American labor Somebody in Syracuse in New York that would go to the carrier dome to watch Syracuse watch Syracuse play basketball sell them now on how they are advantaged by a carrier job in Mexico Their advantage because we've actually the jobs that we have in Syracuse are much higher content higher labor higher skilled than they used to be in the past So we've been adding jobs again throughout the United States but the kind of the level and the caliber of the talent that we've added in the United States has been tremendous And how much have you had to pay people in order to do that We have been having to raise rates if you look at places like in Athens Georgia or collar Bill Tennessee or Indianapolis are starting wage has gone up Now in some cases approaches 17 $18 an hour It's up from just a couple of years ago But it's also it's again it's moving to the higher skilled roles And we've also added automation as well to some of our factories Okay automation is exactly where I wanted to go at a time when everything has chips in it We were talking about that evidently hairdryers have chips in it now I told me Yeah exactly please Dry my hair I am wondering whether you're able to get the chips whether you're able to get the supplies that you need in your global company It's a single biggest challenge we have Two thirds of all of our delivery issues come back to chips Whether it's.
"rangoon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"30 on Wall Street Good morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow and we're just about four hours away from the open of U.S. trading Let's get you up to date in the news You need to know what this shower we're seeing more tech weakness following yesterday's late day sell off We get the very latest live with Bloomberg's John Tucker John Karen the NASDAQ correction the start of this week has gotten worse After yesterday's slide the tech heavy index now down close to 12% since it's November high and the list of investor concerns is growing Markets face a one two punch of fed rate hikes and the possible reduction of its $8.8 trillion balance sheet and earnings season so far has been uneven highlighting the risk that may fail to do the heavy lifting for stocks when the Federal Reserve ends its stimulus John Tucker Bloomberg radio And John adding weakness to the tech sector this morning is Netflix The shares are down 21% this morning on disappointing subscriber growth we get more from Bloomberg intelligence tech and media analyst key to Rangoon The sheet was kind of looking more at first quarter editions of about 6.26 .3 million which would kind of then set the tone for the whole of 2022 We're looking more at like a two two and a half million which was really now kind of I think adds to a lot of nervousness amongst investors Geologist and a Bloomberg intelligence says the subscriber forecast will result in Netflix's slowest start to a new year and at least a decade Well Nathan Bitcoin is also lower today In fact it's trading at its lowest level in more than 5 months Bitcoin hit a high of almost 69,000 in November This morning it's at $39,000 And on Wall Street Karen JPMorgan Chase is coming off its most profitable year on record and as a result the bank is rewarding CEO Jamie Dimon Let's get the latest live from Bloomberg's Renee to young radina Nathan regulatory filings show that Jamie Dimon got a 10% pay raise to $34.5 million for his work last year JPMorgan earned 48.3 billion in 2021 And the move is the latest in a sign that after compensation pressures emerged last year from the junior ranks up through the banking and trading hierarchy banks are now paying their most senior leaders more as well Live in New York I'm Renee young Bloomberg day break All right ready to thank you and China is quietly urging banks to increase lending after a slow start to the year Bloomberg news has learned that the people's bank of China has given so called window guidance to large state owned lenders and regional banks It urge them to extend more credit to companies and households As in P futures little change this morning Dow futures have 47 and NASDAQ futures down 40 ten year treasury up 5 30.
"rangoon" Discussed on Snarf Talk
"Home. And we ate it. And I tell you what? I enjoyed it. It was very good. Really? I mean, I like it. So I ate there recently as well. It's not bad. It's not bad. No, it's not. You do feel like garbage afterwards. Oh, a 100%. I've never not felt that way after eating any Chinese food. It doesn't matter where it comes. It even worse though. But it isn't terrible. No, it's not terrible at all. And honestly, I really like their orange chicken. And I liked the beef. Was it Shanghai beef? No, it was Mongolian beef? No, it wasn't Mongolian. Beijing beef. Beijing beef. Like that? That's pretty good. I like it's basically general tso's beef. It is. Everything is basically a variation of general tso's chicken. Yeah, in orange chicken. It's the same thing. If one has orange in it, the other doesn't. Yeah, I know. But I tell you what. So I got this red pepper flakes and one has an orange peel. You're right. Now you're exactly right. And I love it. I love those two things. This is the same thing. They have the spring rolls that they have. The veggie spring rolls. Very good. And they have a sweet and sour. That's a little bit different than any sweet and sour that I've had before from a regular Chinese restaurant. This one had a little more zip to it. I don't know what it was. A little zang came in my mouth. And I was dipping my spring roll in it loved it. I have a little bit different crab Rangoon too. I didn't get to crab Rangoon. I should have got it. Okay. Hey, so what's your out of ten? Oof, out of ten. 5 stars. Four three two one. How many stars? For the entire restaurant world. First off, no restaurant. No, no, no. My experience of I'm gonna do two things..
"rangoon" Discussed on Nationalism in India
"Everyone welcome all of you to my podcasts and hair today we are unveiling the story of arnie dodgy. Yes as he was called as he is still recalled. Already thirty sue passionate ables. He was born in twenty three in autism in eighteen ninety seven he did be in philosophy. He was exposed for assaulting a professor in his college presidency college from where he was pursuing his. Be in calcutta from then. He was considered as one of the rebels. He cleared indian civil service examination in the ear. Nineteen twenty and the most surprising botch was that he resigned from it in the ear. Nine thousand nine hundred thousand one okay. Why because of many reasons. He developed a nationalist kemperman during his college days. And that nationalist feeling probably could have been the reason for the resignation. He was being arrested and imprisoned for organizing the boycott off the celebration to mark the welcome of prince of ways visited india in december nineteen. Twenty one so you can very well imagine that how he was thinking at that time. He voice associated different leaders nationalist leaders. He thought india struggle there. He mentioned the struggle of india specially during the period of nine thousand nine hundred twenty two nine thousand nine hundred thirty four the most important contribution which we cannot forget. We have discussed also in our previous episode that how he contested for the election of a president in three puree session of the congress in the year. Nineteen thirty eight and he resigned also then he has given a view which was completely different so instead of arguing and wasting time. He vent forward to form forwards blog. This all. we have rich. We have discussed but the most remarkable contribution off need dodgy voice in the formation of eilly indian national indian national army which was the idea conceived first conceived in mali by bouncing now. Who was more on. Sankey was an indian officer of british in the army who decided not to join british army an instant. He went to the japanese for the health. So the japanese the encourage the civil leeann engines to form india british organization. So the mo- hunting was the one who conceived the idea of formation of irony brought and he formed this organization with the help of indian prisoners of war who were being handed by the japanese to bow hunting and they were the one who were the part of any. This was just a brief introduction of irony later on then the quit. India booming started in india. It gave a fillip to any as anti british. Demonstrations were organized in me and number of differences aroused k. And the differences emerged between the indian. Army officer led by the moment hunting and the japanese or the role that i was to play and from the second phase of irony was led by sue passion rebels. Who brought or. I can see who was brought to singapore in july nineteen forty three by means of german and japanese submarines so when he arrived in singapore he he was the one who took the reins of independence in east asia. And he organized. This force are assad in fours okay. He organized it. Very nice. The un to talk you and prime minister. Though joe declared that. Japan had not designs on india so from hiller. The boss was clear with his aim to set up a provisional government of free india on twenty four october nineteen forty three and this government then declared war and preteen and us. Okay this was a very daring step. Which the bose has taken. You can just imagine his courage. He set up to china headquarters in rangoon and in singapore and began to reorganize any right and he was so confident that on july six july nineteen forty four. He broadcast on us out in radio. And there he address to pg and said india's last war of independence has begun as if he was thinking that his dream.
"rangoon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And now a moment with Johnny Carson. A losing streak, a losing streak. Describe a man running naked after chugging prune juice. This has been a moment with Johnny Carson. I knew that streak was going to be something just found Bold, isn't it? Kind of it is. Yeah. For Johnny Back, then. Absolutely. But then again, you know some of some of the clips from like the, uh, the newlywed game in the sixties and seventies. They're way more their way perverted. I mean there. Oh, wow. Yeah, I mean, really inappropriate. Um, like right now, in our pearl clutching days, people would just lose. You know what? What did they say? But back then, you know, other than saying Whoopee. That was remember you couldn't say sex or anything. It had to be that they would go in all different directions with all kinds of other stuff. But yeah, watching some of those old roof well, and Colin I'm sorry. My mother in law watches a lot of buzzer up at the cabin because we don't have cable affair and she talks about the match game and the stuff that Gene Rayburn says. I mean, just highly inappropriate, like really, And I'm look, I try not to be overly sensitive about this stuff is aware, but How sexist and the way he has perverted with female contestants. It's almost uncomfortable, like really uncomfortable. I mean, it's almost you wouldn't be surprised if he just grabbed their boobs and went come in Rangoon, or, you know, Yes, soup, You know totally. It's that close to Yeah, to being what would you laugh? Can't review And he just Oh, yeah. What can he just was that bad? What do you know? Well, we gotta move up here. I think I have a couple examples of just ones that were like What? Here. I think this is one of us Something that comes in sevens. Oh, no, that's not right, gentlemen. Spanish word or phrase. Will your wife say best describes her bust? Jimmy Nara?.
"rangoon" Discussed on Bobkast
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"rangoon" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"I had a show here in the last time. I had somebody from ryan guys. I think it was just last summer. It was two summers ago last summer. Was of that right. It's it's weird. How it just gets. Are we going to get to that point where we just kinda erase it from our memory and the psyche. Twenty twenty didn't exist. We have no memories of anything happening except that it was there right. Yeah and then. That's that just sort of goes to almost like china. What happens with the as we make. Dan good ideas and people enjoy them. I always say like. I love friends that oh you know you know. I wish you guys made one of these styles. It's like okay. Well we did last year. Nobody bought it. There is a level of you know we certainly make things that we love but we make them in small amounts until people are going to demonstrate that they're also interested in them wrote one of my. I'm picturing everybody. That works at rangoon rolling their eyes as i say this but i love smoked beers. They're not for everyone. Is maybe the nice way to say that. I love them and i would love it. If we made one included in can we would lose our asses on like it would be just chris buying this beer and a few other people not to say that there aren't other people that enjoy smokes spheres but there's the market's just not air to have a six pack of rock here is. Is there a certain point though. Where when you are the size of a ryan guys that you can maybe kind of put stuff out like that every once in a while just for shits and giggles and not not be as concerned about it Taking off in the same way that somebody else that this is. They're they're doing this run of kansas and this is. This is the run of cans for this month period but not just some extent certainly draft. And we we've done that. And i mean i look at things like you probably remember at some point a couple years ago. We can run of uncle. Yes i definitely remember. That was that was mostly for the staff. Honestly it was like we really we kinda at our annual meeting. Got together and it was like. What's one beer that everyone wishes that we would put into cans and it was like a resounding uncle right and so we did and it didn't so well which is fine. I mean like so we were okay right. We did the same thing we did. A van honks was a belgian golden I thought it was great. I was all like this is going to. People are gonna love it. Know belgian golden strong eight percent can for ten bucks. I was like what's wrong here. People are going to climb over themselves to get. This didn't do very well..
Violence In Myanmar Continues As Military Cracks Down On Opposition
"In. Burma were than eighty people. Were killed friday when soldiers opened fire on a crowd of protesters demanding a reversal of the military coup that ousted burma's democratically elected government survivors. Said soldiers used grenades and other heavy weapons to fire at anything that moved. The massacre took place in the town of boggle northeast of the capital rangoon l. swear an alliance of fighters from ethic minority groups attacked a police station in eastern burma saturday. At least ten officers were reportedly killed in the attack.
"rangoon" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"rangoon" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast
"This is going to ruin my reputation my livelihood way. you know. he just couldn't believe that there were so much success from it. So yeah i understand. I agree. I think that that would have been an interesting part of the story if they would have expanded a little bit more on that. Yeah how did you see that. Okay i only have one huge one. Yeah and it was the yes top of my list. I had to rewind it. Because i was like is actually a new sign and then i was like i wonder if that's just there in the play set. They're shooting and that's coincidence. And then of course here comes the commercial. No that was really funny. Yes kind of kind of interesting though because the neum program is not just like a diet program. It's a. It's like a psychology program like college of eating which goes very well with the theme of the movie. You know i Thought it was good product placement. Actually that's a good point. I had a couple others when benn and miranda run into ben's ex gem is her name she goes. This isn't what it looks like. We're just going to lunch. And i was like who cares broken up. You're not naked. I don't understand total lie. They were so awkward. I mean i could understand. It's still awkward. But all you say is i don't know high and that's the end of it. There's this isn't what it looks like. We'll been with a woman to hear him. Say this is not what it looks like. That was funny then meets miranda for the first time at the valley stan. Rangoon's do you wanna talk about it. And i thought no way you're no no..
"rangoon" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Joined by tune. Kim hindu activists president of the burmese rowing organization. Uk cox's bazar is the world's largest refugee camp. It houses nearly nine hundred thousand rohingya refugees who fled violence and persecution in burma. Welcome to democracy now described conditions on the ground now in this refugee camp And then we'll talk about what this means in the midst of the even further military. Crackdown from where they fled. Burma thank you for having me. And it is very very. You know tragic moment for the hanger people you know. We are receiving various Serious conditions that people love ruining people in bangladesh at forest. What we know now. So far at least twenty guests where died during the fire you know forty five thousand people become displaced and four hundred and sixty over the people. People The injured during the fire. So it is very worrying situation. What can happen tomorrow for these people. D- are these people. These are brothers sisters. They flat when the alive. The alive was at tricks in burma because of genocidal acts from his military in two thousand. Seventeen the flat now. the are having. This problem is unbelievable. I have no what we express. I receive many videos and many calls from our brothers and sisters. This is This is really really tragic moment for us and international community have to do serious after take serious action you know support assistance and medical care and supporting them. Psychologically and there is much more needs to be done to be honest. I can see. Anton can can you What was your response to how. The bangladeshi government responded to the fire. There was a camp inhabitant who was quoted in the new york times as saying that if the she government had wanted to intervene early and stopped the fire they could have i made in bangladesh government given shelters protection to their few about a million people. We really appreciate bangaladeshi. Government and government by the people among laddish have shown solidarity and hospitality to the people. We will never forget it at this moment. What's happened you know during the fire. Bangladesh government should be done much more Intervene to stop that. Unfortunately you know there. Is bob wire that prevent to escape the big teams. That is very very important. That that bob. Yes shouldn't be there. You know that is about limited government should consider it a lot of government. I request bangladesh. Government should do more and we appreciate and we'll always express our thanks to the people above laddish government above days what the are given the gentler survivors. A million people giving shelter timken. Could you respond to the impact of the cool in burma On the condition of the roman jeff were still there as well as the ones in the camp and explain specifically who the who leader was is in in burma men online and his role in the persecution of the roman jam. This is me online. He ordered to kill thousands of rohingya people. In two thousand seventeen he ordered to rape thousands of ringo women. He offered to bond live. Ruin your children in two thousand seventeen in front of the apparent and at least three hundred eighty religious. Where band down by use order. You know that is what happened in two thousand seventeen. He is the most wonderful he committed. Genocide war crimes and crimes against humanity against the minorities. It committed genocide against ringer. So he is very brutal. We are worrying what can happen. See sandra thousand. Throwing guess are involved in on owls they are still facing genocide. They're not allow to move from one to another not getting access to medical care getting access to division so he is the person now the he did his military coup leader. Now we can see on the streets of rangoon mandalay and other cities in burma what retaliatory military is doing so lasts about two months now. I can feel the pain. What our brothers and sisters you know in rohingya in two thousand seventeen the same pain i can feel for the people of burma. Our brothers and sisters in rangoon mentally town today. Four people were killed and other cities though we are showing our solidity with our brothers and sisters of the our country from solidity with our the people our brothers from one country. We can pain the feeling what they are facing. And you can imagine how brutality they have done to rohingyas even now in the cities you know as a you know. Rangoon is the largest city on the seat. At the city the coming into the house and grabbing the people and the firing bullets from straight to though you know from the middle of the d. and nights and raided houses continually this going on. And you might you mentioned seventy s. Go ahead seven years old child was you know killed by this military terrorists We are calling them military terrorists. You know of military terrorists me online that terrorist leader there is people are not calling them. Mommy not the our military terrorism in burma but jim can you mentioned earlier. what you would like the international community to do now the us as well as the e you have a put sanctions on many of the military leaders in tooting men online. Who were involved in the coup. What else do you think needs to be done and also speak about the role of china. You've been very critical of the role that china has played..
"rangoon" Discussed on Un RE MEDIO Podcast
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What's happening at the protests in Myanmar?
"Maybe we should just start with where we are today so we're recording this uk. Time on tuesday morning. We're about a week out from the code. What's your understanding of. The current situation is on the first of february army took over arrested. The president's in the de facto head of government on succi said that they were acting within the emergency provisions of the constitution. They said that they would hand back. Power after holding elections within a year's time since then protests have been growing every day. They've spread around the country in several different towns and cities over the past forty eight hours. We've seen massive protests in the biggest city former capital. Rangoon may be hundreds of thousands of people on the streets yesterday yesterday evening. The government put out new regulations. And this morning. They also blocked major intersections and bridges as well in the city so the protests i think have become smaller but they have continued at in naypyidaw the capital. We're getting the first reports that someone may have been killed in altercations between protesters and the security forces. So it's a very very fluid time. We don't know what momentum the protests have they seen bay determined people seem incredibly energized in their desire to oppose takeover by the military. But we don't know what's going to happen because this is an army after all that's crushed many uprisings and demonstrations in the past. So we'll come onto what might come next In a bed. But what's your best understanding of why now so the ostensible reason that's been given is unhappiness about the elections but the elections were in november. So why february. So the elections were in early november around the same week as a. Us elections the commander in chief. The head of the army who turned sixty five. This year is meant to retire. I think he had thought that he might have a chance of of becoming the president after the elections. I think he had hoped that the pro army party the union solidarity and development party usdp would do reasonably well as well as many ethnic minority parties. Were contesting the elections as well when they didn't do well when the nfl the party amongst says suci a landslide. Victory the army. I said they would recognize and respect. The results but in december came increasing allegations from the us dp side of massive electoral fraud. And the army commander in chief and others in the army latched onto that and demanded an investigation that call for an investigation was rejected by the union election commission and that led in january two demands by the army that there'd be a special session of parliament to discuss these allegations that was also rejected by the speaker of the lower house of parliament that was followed by ultimatum and parliament the new parliament the newly elected parliament was meant to sit on the first february and the ultimatum was the weekend before the ultimatum past attempts back and forth reaching compromise that failed in the army seized power just on the on the eve of parliament sitting and the promise now is of new elections within the next twelve months so what reason is that i think that the outcome would be any different unless the elections themselves setup in such ways to guarantee a different outcome given what happened in november given the result would elections at any point in the next twelve months produce a different results. It's very difficult to say that they would. I mean the analogy won a landslide. I think with the army takeover. If anything else has g is more popular than ever strength of feeling against other militaries very high. I think the the pro army party would do even worse if elections were held today or unit. In years time. I think a couple of different sort of possibilities. I mean one is that you know. Assess has now been charged with illegal. Possession of walkie talkies communications equipment. That carries i think maximum prison sentence of three years. One thing would be that they would keep her under house arrest for this period through the next elections which is what they did back in. The army did back in twenty ten when elections were held than the other. Possibility is that they would disband the analogy. The other might be that they hold fresh elections and count on the d. says gee boycotting those elections. They're different possibilities. There's also the possibility that they might try to change the electoral system from first past post system to a proportional representation system in which case smaller parties including the ethnic minority parties. Might do better than they might think that they would have a better chance because the army has an automatic hold on twenty five percent of the seats so they actually just need allied parties to to win twenty five percent up to choose the president and a new government
"rangoon" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"rangoon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In Rangoon nightly as people take to their balconies or a ritual planning of cross and pans, doctors and 70 hospitals and treatment centers in cities across me and Mark said they would not work under what they called the illegitimate military government. Teachers vowed to join the civil disobedience strike alleging fraud in the November election that suit Cheese party handily won the military seized power Monday and put the opposing sides on familiar ground on songs. Hoochie is once again a prisoner of the military and the military is back with unbridled power. Julie McCarthy. NPR NEWS Over the next three weeks, people in Haiti will be getting a preview of proposed changes to the country's constitution. Public meetings are scheduled across the island for residents to hear about changes drawn up by an independent commission. Include eliminating a requirement that a person has to live in Haiti for five consecutive years ahead of an election to be eligible for the presidency. A referendum on the changes has set for April 25th. I'm David Mattingly in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the National Endowment for the Arts, the federal agency that supports the arts and creativity in communities across the nation. More information is available at arts dot gov and the listeners who support this NPR station. On the news brief just ahead on morning.
"rangoon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You could do with a little phone shops that you can get while riding a bicycle, for instance, with a parrot on one hand and a phone in the other. You know, that would take away the ingenuity of Stanley Kubrick to figure out the rig of how you would achieve that We hear from poet Amanda Gorman. She wild the world of President Biden's inauguration and Raven Leilani tells us why w F B working from vet is where she writes best. We also hear from Moroccan filmmaker Marium to Johnny and Kenyan musician Muthoni drama Queen. Tells us how the pandemic has affected her for many months. I couldn't actually be sent to music off any kind. My guys in Switzerland which send me beat and it sounded like nails scratching on walls. All that and more coming up on the outside our BBC News. Hello, this is Jerry Smith. Party there. One last November's election in Myanmar. The National League for Democracy has called for the release of own sense who achieved she and other leading politicians were detained by the military in a series of raised during a coup on Monday. Whereabouts are unknown, but his thoughts she's being held at her home in the capital Naypyidaw or The party also called for the election results to be acknowledged. This campaigner in Myanmar, who did not want to be identified, spoke to the BBC. The people are very worried for the future off the country and how this our military coupe will like this sense into the darkness in many agents to come and and that that is the worrying faces off the people on the street and on the tea shop, and my people are discussing about this. Yeah. The military also tightened the security around the city are Rangoon. Large numbers of right police have been deployed outside of court in Moscow, which is due to decide whether to jail President Vladimir Putin's leading critic Alexei Navalny, Several people have been arrested. The court will consider whether a suspended sentence for embezzlement issued in 2014 should be converted into an actual prison turn. Steve Rosenberg is in Moscow. Mr. The violin insists that from the very start, the case was politically motivated. Indeed, the European Court of Human Rights had called the original 3.5 years suspended sentence. Manifestly unreasonable. He's arrest earlier this month triggered nationwide protests if Russia's most prominent opposition figure is sent to prison, that's likely to spark more anger on the streets as well as international condemnation. Police in China have arrested more than 80 people involved him what state media called a fake covert vaccine scam. Robin Brandt. 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President Biden has held a two hour meeting with a group of Republican senators to discuss coronavirus relief legislation. Mr Biden has proposed of $1.9 trillion package. The senator's proposal amounts to less than a third of that. Environmentalists have welcomed a new British government report linking the financial state of the country with the natural world that s group to review declares that people's livelihoods rely on nature. When the food they eat to their ability to control climate and regulate disease. Is our environment Correspondent just, Inverlat explains. The study wants us to rethink how we take the value of nature into account. There is a failure at the heart of capitalism. Amazon the company is worth $1.64 trillion Get the Amazon rainforest. The greatest ecosystem on earth is worth virtually nothing. Until that is it is cut down. The wood is sold on the land turned over to farming. Apart. The descriptors review attempts to try to correct this by incorporating the true value of nature into economic analysis. This complex challenge is essential, says support to our long term prosperity relies on re balancing our demand for nature's goods and services with its capacity to supply them. Bush, far to the east of Perth in western Australia has damaged or destroyed 30 homes. Strong winds have found the far which was reported on Monday. So far, it's burned through 7000 hectares of land. Former CIA officer has told the BBC he believes he was targeted by secret microwave weapon in Russia. Balkan polymer Rapolas woke up in a Moscow hotel room three years ago, feeling nauseous on unable to stand Never fully recovered and asked now had to leave the CIA. U. S and Canadian diplomats in Cuba experienced similar symptoms. BBC News Hello. This is the arts are on the BBC World Service. I'm Nikki Baby, bringing you cultural companionship for the next 60 minutes with the best global arts and culture conversation from across the BBC and beyond coming up on today's show in just a moment Director Kevin MacDonald on his latest works life in a day 2020 and the Mauritanian. American novelist Raven Leilani tells us where she works great in bed because it's perhaps the most comfortable place in my apartment. It's a place where I can be alone and let my guard down. Pretty shocked to pull better me Star of one Division on hell. Things have shifted for him in the Marvel cinematic universe. We hear from poet Amanda Goldman, who's recital it Joe Biden's inauguration and electrified So many of us watching Moroccan.
"rangoon" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts
"To this woman on their kids in rangoon or wherever it is so. He's got a lot of debates will bear another and yet he disappears so he leaves burma. He goes to straight. And then this letter. Roy from australia saying this queer character calling himself domino could here undefended his effects Give us an address will have the ball so is a victory goes round place now that let us defeat and there's a kind of sort of interpol request sent to the victorian police. Has anybody seen this guy. But then just a couple of months after that he swans into a newspaper office in singapore and says lined up that. So there's a low background story but we will presumably never do. It's like why did he three. Why did he fake his death of that. Way to actually soraya we're talking it's like nineteen eleven nineteen twelve thereabouts. And so that's a really. If i may say so advanced sense of one's profiling the media. He is an absolute demon in the media. So he's got good connections with a number of newspaper editors sometimes they fall out. There's an irishman from killarney who added the straits times in singapore man called morphine who i loved him and then turns totally against him but he's got those kinds of relationships. He published his own stuff. His events are major issues in the newspapers. An awful lot of what we know them. We know because the colonial press hated him so they report was he did in the most pejorative possible ways so thoughts a lot of the evidence. Survives is actually missionaries and the gentleman in the clubs. And so on talking about this guy He also writes for the papers under false names. He's got to several different. False names one of them. Would couch and daylight. You might know that. Captain moonlite is the kind of name that you would sign an anonymous letter with back in the day in the countryside if the landlord is raising the rents..
"rangoon" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"If I am 6 40. It is a dark secret place our number three Warhol ex couple of stories for you. Urban myths or not, you can decide. Let me start with this. There are many, many Examples in history of mother nature, stepping in and foiling the plans of man, but usually it's weather. Um, For instance, the Japanese nationalistic myth of the divine wind the kamikaze, meaning the typhoon's of the year 12, 74 and 12 anyone? That sunk and scattered the invasion fleet of the Mongol King Kubla Khan. Um, He spent several years assembling an invasion army but never succeeded in actually invading the home islands of Japan, which gave rise to the myth. Japanese invulnerability. On Gwen. All hope is lost. They can always count on the divine wind. The kamikaze And that is why the kamikaze were named that it was in in honor of that. The Japanese myth. In fact, a typhoon in December of 1944. Killed nearly 800 American sailors. And sunk several ships almost doing worse. Then the actual suicide pilots and Japanese aircraft. There was another typhoon in June of 1945, the that wash man overboard. It wasn't as bad as 1944, where men went overboard Airplane slid around on aircraft carrier decks. On loose fuel tanks started fires. Because, of course, the ability to predict whether was just in its infancy in World War two well, so much for weather. What about when, UM some of mother Nature's biggest animals decide to weigh in on one side or another in a war. Well, I give you the battle of Ram Marie Island, Burma. We're award to January 1945. We know, of course, called Burma, Myanmar, but Burma was a British colony. A zoo was India, you know for for many, many years on, did the Japanese at the outset of World War two, you know, keep in mind in December of 1941, the Japanese went to war with the United States and with Commonwealth of Britain. Pearl Harbor was their declaration of war against pretty much everyone who spoke English, including India. On and, um soon in 1944. The Japanese land offensive overran Burma fairly quickly all the way down the Malay Peninsula to Singapore and the ignominious British surrender. They're at the crown jewel of the British Far East Singapore. So the Japanese occupied Burma from 1942, of course till the end of the war. But by 1945, the British were dislodging them from some of their, uh, some of their long time garrisoned islands and other places in Burma. The British had to take Rangoon, the capital of Burma. By May, or also monsoons would set in and pretty much you couldn't get anything done. One of the first Um, steps was to retake a very large Coastal island on the west coast of Burma. Called Ram Re Island. It was barely separated from the mainland. As it lay in a nest, you ery and in the delta of a large river that emptied into the Indian Ocean there from from Burma. And it was garrisoned by several 1000 Japanese troops, not thousands and thousands. But what about 2000? And so the British chose Indian army. Unit, the 26 in Indian Infantry Division. And it's 71st infantry Brigade to lead the amphibious assault on Ram Marie Island, along with British Royal Marines. Royal Australian troops, Royal Air Force Royal Australian Air Force, You know the standard mix. Of the British. They're in the Far East as they called it, which which was a sideshow to a side show. It doesn't get the credit that it deserves, because there was a lot of actually very, very artful. War fighting because of the requirements in the jungle warfare of logistics and supply in America. We called it the C B I, the China Burma India Theater. The British called the Far East. And, uh, a Zay say it didn't get the headlines. But the fighting was fierce and the Japanese fought the British as hard as they fought us. On the battle of Memory Island brought a unpleasant surprise for for all sides, but specifically for the Japanese. So in January, 1945 There was a pre invasion. Naval gunfire bombing by H. M S Queen Elizabeth, a British Battleship with 15 inch guns. Several hours before the daytime amphibious assault. The Indians 71st 73 brigade. Landed largely unopposed, which sort of Paralleled our experience of the Japanese that bye bye. Enlarged by 1945. Their tactic was to allow the enemy to land and take the beach and then fight them inland. And so they did with the with the British on Ram Re Island. The British, uh, famous assault happened in the north of the island with the operational intent to go down the east side of the island and cut off. Japanese retreat. Because to the West was the open ocean and the Japanese navy was just frankly not able to mount any sort of evacuation, a rescue or credible. Counter attack on the British invasion fleet. Um And so the Indian Army made rapid advances, but the Japanese fought tenaciously as they were known to do. Um, the Indian army had several Japanese prisoners they had captured in Burma and prior combat And the men had turned and they were being used as psyops. Interpreters and things like that. And they made repeated appeals to the Japanese soldiers who had been on this, you know, Swampy, Godforsaken island since 1942. They had been garrisoning it And the Japanese prisoners would get on megaphones on say, Listen, you'll be fed..
"rangoon" Discussed on Z104
"Me. How'd you want your company? Girls love yourself. Work out of it, Girl next to you and you love son. And there's no man in the moon. Young you in my bedroom. We play games of love to avoid that depression. We've been here before, and I won't give it to you Always You trying to tell you to do try to play? Cool? Maybe I playing by your rules, Everything better interview where you always in the mood, like in Rangoon. Trump's used to make Oh, baby, I play in my rules. Everything better interview, John. They love on a regular Where you gonna go? Imagine machine Should you go, Sammy Holly thing I need to know is if you love him, so get slicked back. Take back day, seven bodies. Don't start in this match. 50. That was whether you love me. I love you best from we play games of love to avoid that pressure before now, I won't be a big wave moves like brand new Just play cool. Maybe I play by your rules, everything to interview you. Trying to make a baby playing by your rules everything out of you. Listen to us on your Amazon Echo or Google home speaker. Just say Hey, Google play. See 104.
Orangutans Plan For The Future
"When you think of Tarzan, I'm guessing you usually imagine him swinging on vines through the jungle letting out a wild yell as he swoops from tree to tree, that's the typical scenario at least. But did you know that this idea of jungle traveling primate hollering as he ventures through the forest actually has some basis in reality? And that the hollering really does mean something a group of scientists working in Indonesia, followed several Rangoon's through the jungle focusing attention on flange males, the dominant fellows with the big cheek pads emit spontaneous long calls at various points each day. The researchers recorded detailed information about the animals travel routes and also their vocal activity by comparing the direction each Rangan faced when making a long call to the direction. He ended up traveling next the scientists discovered the purpose of all that hollering the Iran Gitanes leading. Their neighbors know their plans, you see female Aranka towns like to keep an earshot of the most macho males in the area to seek them out as mates subordinate males on the other hand like to steer clear. Everyone listens for the long calls to find out where the big dudes are headed and just their own routes accordingly. The last long call of the evening is especially telling it indicates the flange males plans for the next day. This discovery is exciting because it indicates for the first time that a Ranga towns in the wild or capable of long-term planning. Plus, I guess it shows that just like Tarzan they wanna make sure Jane won't lose them. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. I'm Yale Cassandra.
Soccer, Omaha and Arkansas discussed on America in the Morning
"The blue jays eleven to four johann camargo with i grand slam of his career the highlight of a four for five night with five rbi rockies rolled the mets tend to eight nolan aaron auto trevor story and he and desmond went back to back to back in a six run third ending colorado's eight game home losing streak reds trampled the tigers nine to five joey votto hadn't homered in thirty games came up in the third inning last night with the bases loaded bingo grand slam nationals at the orioles nine two seven trae turner had four hits anthony rangoon drove home three cardinals the phillies seventy six matt carpenter doubled into runs to tie it in the seventh then homered in the to win and the giants stop the marlins six to three early power shots from buster posey and quirky sir has provided a nice cushion by the way san francisco closer hunter strickland was so upset with himself for blowing the lead in monday night's game and taking the loss he punched a door now he won't have to worry about giving up any leads for six to eight weeks while his broken finger heels soccer world cup in russia japan surprised columbia two to one on tuesday and ceramic columbia had a player red carded ejected from the game in the third minute it'd be like eighty seven minutes a man down and still nearly got a point senegal upset poland two to one in moscow scoring on an owngoal and a crazy injury substitution makeup mix up something that you'd probably see in a park on a saturday morning and russia egypt three to one in saint petersburg all but assuring the host nation of making the knockout round three more games today portugal morocco saudi arabia and iran against spain in college baseball college world series in omaha tuesday's tripleheader turned into a twofer due to weather winner's bracket mississippi state scored eight in the eighth manhandled on carolina twelve to and remain unbeaten and then in an elimination game defending champion florida state alive they took out texas six to one arkansas and texas tech that winner's bracket game pushback back today and then tonight the elimination game between north carolina and oregon state will start at seven eastern that's wednesday sports it's seven till.
Lone Nigerian schoolgirl held captive
"Courtroom there is no justice under the occupation her father bassem tamimi later told reuters the case attracted the attention of westerners because of his daughters light skin and blonde hair and you'll be able to see my daughter blown the blue as they could because they saw so their their children in front of them it's broke this three little type of the image of in the international community which brainwash by the media former media done for the palestinians they show the palestinian like them we'll have more on the case of with our guests after headlines in burma a pair of writers journalists reach their one hundredth day behind bars wednesday as they face up to fourteen years in prison for allegedly violating burma's official secrets act while loan and charles so were arrested on december twelfth as they investigated a massacre committed by the burmese military targeting rohingya muslims in the village of indian in september as police led them away from a courthouse in rangoon chaucer so briefly held his young daughter and addressed reporters i would like to record for my daughter that people who reported the truth were detained and put behind bars in burma i want my daughter to know when she grows up this is a shame record this so that my daughter knows the things that happened with this government the truth seekers were arrested were put behind bars and media freedom was cur tailed on wednesday members of hong kong's foreign correspondents club said it has gathered forty two thousand signatures calling for the release of the burmese journalists members of the club say burma's embassy in hong kong closed its doors early wednesday in an effort to avoid receiving the petition in nigeria dozens of school girls who'd been kidnapped from their school in the northern town of top g were released wednesday more than a month after they were taken during a raid by boko haram militants government officials say one hundred one hundred ten girls who are ducted february nineteenth were returned in that at least five girls died during their ordeal one witness said the five were crushed to death this militants herded them into vehicles to be returned many of the girls showed signs of dehydration and malnourishment in peru president pedro pablo kuczynski resigned on wednesday one day after he was scheduled to.
27-year-old man hijacked by his own roommate
"A man fatally shot his wife and then himself outside of a business and woodhaven investigators say the couple in their early twenties had a vehicle trouble and were arguing outside the victims were found by police with gunshot wounds to their heads a handgun was recovered at the scene a 27yearold man was carjacked by his roommate in the area of barton and rangoon in detroit his vehicle was silver two thousand four pontiac grand prix was taken as well as his wallet credit cards and cell phone police identified the suspect as a 22yearold hispanic man with a silver and black handgun the victim told police that his roommate took his car and fled in an unknown on direction the detroit police department looking for a person of interest to the sexual assault of a five year old girl last week a male suspect came through the bedroom of the little girl in allegedly sexually attacked her the attack happened on detroit's east side in the six hundred block of brainard anyone with information is asked to call the police wjr news time six o five with traffic and weather first here's tracy rats thanks are matter.