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"Of the year. I'm Evan Haning. Bryan Curtis in Hong Kong. First, let's get you. This hour's top business stories and the markets. Asian stocks have kicked off the week on a cautious note ahead of U S, China trade talks, but the China markets have moved higher and we'll have details coming up. President Trump is said to be preparing a series of executive orders to increase your strength in next generation technologies to just five G, wireless and artificial intelligence. The Wall Street Journal says the orders could include ways to leverage the federal government's own resources trial of Malaysia's, former leader Razaaq for his role in the one MD scandal gets underway. Tomorrow. Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat has more now faces forty two counts of corruption and money laundering charges. Every one MD beat the charges offer a window into the complex web of transactions that involved about four and a half billion dollars of allegedly misappropriated funds. Najeib has pleaded not guilty is latest catchphrases. Why be ashamed? Judges have also been leveled golden. And sacks in its first ever criminal case as one leading academic put it it's likely to be the mother of all legal battles in Malaysian history. The International Monetary Fund is worried about the economic impact of Brexit. Christine Lagarde is the IMF managing director ends. Well, whether there is a small. By custom unions as pretty catered by some or whether it's as a result of a brutal exit on March twenty nine without extension of notice. It's not going to be as good as it is not let's take a look at the markets. Anchoring index is up a quarter of one percent with a gain of sixty three points. Ten cent is up. One point two percent round. The rest of the region in Tokyo is closed for a national holiday. Shanghai composite is up eight tenths of one percent. The CSI three hundred in China is up one point three percent. Global news twenty four hours a day live in a tick talk on Twitter, powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts, you know, one hundred twenty countries in Hong Kong, I'm Bryan Curtis. This is Bloomberg..
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"It's it's actually doing, but there's an aspect of the GRU which delights in being made public, and we'll just smirk at us. In the United States. The White House has received the FBI's report on allegations of sexual assault against supreme court nominee. Brett cavenaugh comes as the Senate Republicans have started the clock for a make or break test vote tomorrow on Kavanagh's nomination if it's seats he could be confirmed at the weekend. And Malaysian prosecutors have charged the wife of ex-premier Najeib Razaaq with money laundering and tax evasion. This is the latest chapter in the sunning downfall of the former leader and his family after he lost power. In may Rosemont Mansour pleaded not guilty to seventeen counts of handling funds from unlawful activities involving one point seven million dollars. That's according to yesterday's court proceedings. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at take talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Markus Karlsson. This is Bloomberg Anna, Marcus, thank you now with the morning sport is Colin busy. There was a disappointing night for the British teams involve. In Champions League action Tottenham remained winless in the competition after going down four two to Barcelona at Wembley Liverpool of lost one nil at Napoli after their three two victory over Perry. Sanchar last timeouts and the police Chelsea MTA to follow up their victory in Salonika when they host Hungarian side video this evening thing. Smith, Terry unrein. John Terry are among the names linked with becoming the next manager of Aston Villa? It follows the second half. Steve Bruce after two years in charge of the championship club. South case. Latest England squad is likely to include a number of incoming talents. He'll a group of players for the nation's league ties against Croatia and Spain this afternoon the first playoff semifinal in wrote beliefs and Super League takes place tonight. Tabletoppers Warrington who ended up fourth and two of Europe's Ryder Cup winning gophers. We'll be joined by a host of other famous faces as the links championship gets underway this morning. Tommy, Fleetwood and tarot, hats and our moment professionals while Hugh Grant writing Keith and Kevin Pietersen some of the celebrities taking part. Sounds like quarter rant. Let's find out. What the US sport looks like? Now, here's Pete FOX major league baseball the AL wildcard the Yankees played a fairly complete game. Taking care of the Oakland. A's rather comfortably seven to the final home runs for Aaron judge in the first Giancarlo Stanton. Hit a bomb in the eighth and Luis Severino. Started going four innings allowing no runs on two hits. Del matanzas? Got the win throwing two shutout innings didn't even allow a heads. And now as they were chanting at Yankee Stadium towards the end of the game. Bring on the Red Sox kicks off on Friday at Fenway. These two teams faced off nineteen times during the regular season Yankees. One nine of those on the ice the opening night of the NHL season. Did not go well for the Bruins. And to garage that capitals beat them seven to nothing. I'm Pete FOX. That's your Bloomberg NBC world sports update. Thanks very much for that. Take a look at what you should be watching out for today. EU trade ministers, hold an informal meeting in Innsbruck in Australia. What expectations? Do they have for further battles with the White House? Larry cudlow, the director of the White House's National Economic Council appears at the economic club of Washington event. And we get a rate decision from Mexico's central Bank whites. What are we still going to go coming up head for you British and seventy party member and member of parliament's Nichols joins the program fresh from Birmingham. I would imagine we'll be talking about where Brexit's stands post, the Tory party conference seems the Irish minded to think that actually at the whole of the UK staying in a customs union may now be a good idea. We'll talk about that is this after membership by the back door will talk about that.
"razaaq" Discussed on KQED Radio
"He San Francisco and north Highland Sacramento and live online at kqeDorg at one o'clock. This week on the inquiry junior. We're asking why north and South Korea defied it career was United as one country for a thousand years. It was run by a monarchy king the king ruled with the help of scholars despite this history of unity. There was one thing career couldn't change where it was located Koreans often described themselves as a strip among Wales because they have these huge countries as neighbors fast, Japan invaded and after they left Russia and America race to take their place. Find a map of Korea proposed the dividing line. Well, thirty eighth parallel divides the peninsula in half. So let's propose thirty eighth parallel that drawing that line didn't divide the country. It's what happened next that did find out what that was on query junior on the BBC World Service after the news. Hello, Jerry Smith with the BBC news. Malaysia is former prime Minister Najib Razaaq has arrived in court over allegations. That nearly seven hundred million dollars was legally put into his personal Bank account, Mr. Najji faces more than twenty charges of receiving using transferring the money Jonathan head has the details. It was known. In fact, he's acknowledged that some six hundred eighty million dollars turned up in his personal Bank account in two thousand and thirteen the charges against him were relation to a smaller. But all of it is alleged to have come from this government investment funds known as one MD where the government raised many billions of dollars on the international money markets, supposedly for investments to benefit Malaysia's future. Mr. Najeib has denied all charges saying that this particular amount of money is very large amount was in fact, a donation from the Saudi Royal family. There's a sense of urgency at the EU summit in Salzburg. As European leaders except Britain's prepared to discuss progress on Brexit today. The council's president will seek permission to arrange a special summit in November to allow more times than ago situations. It's one that Britain exiting without a deal will be catastrophic Motors prime minister Joseph most cart told the BBC one way out was for Britain to hold a second referendum. There is a unanimous or almost unanimous. I would say right now point of view around the table that we would like the almost impossible to happen. The UK has the referendum that being said, I know what the result would be what this would be different from the first result for Republicans on a key Senate committee are in a standoff with a woman who claims she was sexually assaulted by Brad Kavanagh, the man President Trump has nominated to the new supreme court judge. The judicial committee's chairman has said Christine blazey Ford, musty signed by Friday, whether she will testify to the panel DeVos reports from Los Angeles, according to her lawyer Christine blazey Ford needs time to deal with the ongoing threats she and her family received since her allegation against Brad Kavanagh was made public on Sunday. The Senate has given Dr Ford until Friday to say whether she'll testify before a hearing set for Monday. It's looking unlikely the committee's stated plan to move forward with a hearing that has only two witnesses is not a fair or good faith investigation. Says Lisa banks who represents talk to Ford road sealed off and barricades erected around Entebbe airport. As Uganda's popular opposition activists. Bobby wine prepares to return home from the United States where he's been receiving medical treatment, welcoming rallies the band, Bobby wine. He's also ramp star left Uganda two weeks ago after accusing the security services of torture. You're listening to world news from the BBC. The leaders have north and South Korea have paid a joint visit to mount Beck. Do the mythical birthplace of the Korean nation. Situated on the border with China. The drive up to the summit by Kim Jong UN and then J in and their wives was the combination of Mr. moon's visit to the north during which Mr Kim agreed to shutdown missile testing facility. Shinzo Rb is on Costa to become Japan's longest-serving prime minister having been reelected leader of the governing liberal Democratic Party. The sixty three road conservative fought off a challenge. From a former defense minister has already seventy seven years in two separate terms and seeming he stays in office and other fourteen months, he'll become Japan's most enduring head of government. The world anti doping agency is expected to lift is suspension on Russia at a meeting in the Seychelles today. Russia's anti doping agency retarder was banned in twenty five fifteen amid a scandal. Ever state sponsored doping his sports editor Dan Ronan last week and expert panel recommended the water reinstate rusada paving the way for the lifting of further bands of Russian teams in athletics and Paralympic events. But the BBC then revealed the waters leadership had secretly reached a compromise. With the Russian sports minister over two key conditions for re compliance including access to the Moscow lab where the alleged cheating conspiracy had been carried out that sparks unprecedented backlash from athletes and national anti-doping organizations. Some of whom have demanded a postponement today's vote aviation officials in India say domestic flights was forced to turn back on Thursday. After the crew forgot to select the switch to maintain the right air pressure. Inside the cabin staff working on the Jet Airways flight from them by poor have been suspended while the incidents is investigated. Some passengers said they suffered nosebleeds air bleeds and headaches. BBC news. 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"razaaq" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The white house while shouting for officers to kill him the washington post says authorities have released twenty year old stephen carmona wheaton maryland from jail this after charging carmona with assault court documents say an officer told carmona he couldn't park in a crosswalk near the white house they say carmona then squared off against an officer and was taken to the ground by other officers they say carmona then among other things punched one officer twice in the face that's andrew store reporting from washington and carmona must report for drug testing and avoid a four block area around the white house former malaysian prime minister naji razaaq says after posting bell on four corruption charges that trial is the best option for him to prove his innocence trial is set to start february eighth subject to confirmation at a preliminary hearing next month this is townhall news the faa has decided not to said to minimum standards for airline seats more from mike rossier a bit by the advocacy group flyers rights to have the government set minimum standards for airline seats and legroom as a safety measure has been grounded the federal aviation administration says it sees no immediate safety issue that requires new regulations last year a federal appeals court ordered the faa to give the issue another look after flyers rights appealed the faa's original decision the distance from seat back to the seat back in the next row used to measure thirty five inches in economy class today the distance can be as tight as twenty eight inches on.
"razaaq" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"The white house while shouting for officers to kill him the washington post says authorities have released twenty year old stephen carmona of wheaton maryland from jail this after charging carmona with assault court documents say an officer told carmona he couldn't park in a crosswalk near the white house they say carmona than squared off against an officer and was taken to the ground by other officers they say carmona then among other things punched one officer twice in the face standard store reporting from washington and carmona's report for drug testing and avoid a four block area around the white house former malaysian prime minister naji razaaq says after posting bail on four corruption charges that trial is the best option for him to prove his innocence that trial is set to start february eighth subject to confirmation at a preliminary hearing next month this is townhall news the faa has decided not to set minimum standards for airline seats more from mike grassi rossier a bit by the advocacy group flyers rights to have the government set minimum standards for airline seats and legroom as a safety measure has been grounded the federal aviation administration says it sees no immediate safety issue that requires new regulations last year a federal appeals court ordered the faa to give the issue another look after flyers rights appealed the faa's original decision the distance from seat back to the seat back in the next row used to measure thirty five inches in economy class today the distance can be as.
"razaaq" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Anywhere anytime president also touted the economy in his remarks in white sulphur springs west virginia we don't know yet who they are or what the substance was two people a man and a woman in their forties are in critical condition in great britain after being exposed to an unknown substance curiously they were exposed just a short distance from where former russian spy sergei scree paul and his daughter yulia were poisoned back in march brickner accused russia of poisoning them with a nerve agent that claim which the moscow denies former malaysian prime minister nausea razaaq has pleaded not guilty to all charges corruption case a judge has approved his release on a quarter million dollars bond so she was accused of diverting ten million dollars in government investment funds in malaysia to an account which he controlled police say six people have been shot in a driveby shooting in saint louis one of the victims has died police looking for the shooter seen fleeing the scene in an suv while tuesday in oklahoma police from the fox sports studios in los angeles here's tom sure the best teams in baseball went out of tonight and the boogie down bronx atlanta braves and the new york yankees behind the marquess on the track at the wall and gone another homerun barron hicks hicks sticks to run home john sterling with the call from wfan new york yankees win at eight to five jd martinez was up to his old tricks and w e boston and this one is hammered left fail gone completely over the bulk pan jd martinez with as major league leading twenty six homerun boston powdered wigged washington eleven to four two other night baseball games have gone final rockies bell boa the giants.
"razaaq" Discussed on WRVA
"Within emerging at the top of folks lists judge on the dc circuit he was appointed to his current position by george w bush and before that he was the white house lawyer for bush he was also a member of ken starr's team during the whitewater investigation so he's got a long history in washington that could be good or bad for him but he's certainly more ever known quantity president trump speaking at a veterans and servicemembers event in west virginia tuesday night and waited in the latest immigration debate the president rejecting criticism of his zero tolerance border enforcement that's left several thousand children separated from parents have you told a west virginia crowd the democrats won't get rid of immigration customs enforcement isis the one these are tough people and you have to be tough the president's administration now refusing to release numbers of how many of the several thousand children are still separated from their parents at the border andy field abc news a new quinnipiac poll shows the majority of americans fifty eight percent disapprove of the way president trump is handling immigration that survey also finds sixty percent of voters think democrats in congress are more interested in quote exploiting the nation's immigration issue for political gain voters virtually split on whether the president is considered a racist forty nine percent say yes forty seven percent say he is not malaysia's former prime minister najib razaaq was charged in court wednesday with criminal breach of trust and corruption two months after a multibillion dollar graft scandal got to his election defeat you're listening to abc news hey guys can hear from the hip hot cast today's growth who would win a three mile bicycle race in eleven year old girl or last year's winner of the tour de france it all depends on the bicycle it depends on their vehicle full senate ten speed in the pro racers going to win every time but put the race around a tricycle in the eleven year old wins every time you see it's not the driver it's the vehicle when it comes to generating revenue it's exactly the same if you have a job or small business you are writing a tricycle you can only go so fast if you need to make up lost ground it's not gonna happen on a tricycle no matter how fast you pedal it's simply not.
Eight Percent, Seven Percent and Five Percent discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Us right now this hour's top business stories of micron technology plunged more than five percent in the us session that is afterward a chinese court temporarily banned micron from selling its chips in china microns talent as rival umc says the patient ruling in its favour blocks micron from selling twentysix products in china bloomberg's ian king says this includes microns dynamic random access memory and flash memory products from the us perspective the market here investors in my doc tehran something on this magnitude is not what they want to be reading about micro and says it hasn't been served with the injunction and what comment until it does so you mentioned the weakness in micron stock that helped drag the philadelphia semiconductor index the socks down by one point eight percent also week during the us session where shares in tesla down more than seven percent that's after an analyst over at bernstein is suck inaki this is tony sock inaki he questioned the automakers claimed that the model threes made on a tent covered production line were of the same quality as those made inside the plant he also says that reservations this would be for new orders for the vehicle that would be for the model three maybe slightly down well it looks like cryptocurrencies pretty much getting outlawed in india at least fennell is bloomberg's ramy inocencio reports the country's supreme court is supporting the move india's top court has refused to overturn a temporary central bank rule banning lenders from dealing in crypto currencies a public interest litigation brought by virtual trading platforms had been challenging that ban the high court's move means financial institutions have until the end of this week to exit these operations india's financial regulator is defending its turf when it comes to managing electronic money and also trying to cut off an avenue for crimes using digital coins the finance ministry is studying the issue before releasing its final ruling ramy inocencio bloomberg daybreak asia as the us china trade war looms if you can call it that maybe we're just about that the trade war level yet or right now chinese government bonds have outperformed other sovereigns at the fringe of the crisis that story from bloomberg's david ingles in this case it helps to be near the epicenter rather than out of the fringes chinese and south korean notes are rising as the jumping protectionism rattles the two countries stock markets the flight to safety has bolstered government debt that in china's case it's actually ushered in more dovish monetary policy also a big help in contrast of indonesia india and the philippines are somewhat removed from the turbulence but the currency weakness and those countries has actually pressured their debt in hong kong i'm david ingles bloomberg daybreak asia of course there was a pullback off a us stokes ahead of the independence day holiday and we are seeing a little bit of weakness coming through in asia to let's get all the latest who bryan curtis in hong kong brian all right thanks very much juliette we'll just start off with the malaysian authorities charging former leader najah razaaq with criminal beach.
"razaaq" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The national weather service says temperatures will rise above one hundred degrees from oklahoma up to maine in the desert southwest it's hotter and excessive heat warning has been posted for parts of arizona california and some places could see temperatures of one hundred twenty degrees it's end npr the national interagency fire center says wildfires have gained strength in the west there are eighteen large fires burning in the interior of alaska but there's a wildfire burning in northern california that scorched about sixty square miles the county fire as it's called his barely contained and it's forced hundreds of people to wait a us senator from wyoming is leading an effort to overhaul the endangered species act wyoming public radio's cooper mckim has more on proposed legislation that would give states more thorny over there endangered species senator john grasso has argued too few plants and animals are being removed from the endangered species list and it needs to be modernized his draft legislation would reduce the role of the federal government input most of the authority over species conservation in the state hands center for biological diversity's noah greenwald says this would gut the endangered species act which he says was put in place because states weren't doing enough most states don't have strong laws for protecting species they also typically don't have the funding necessary to protect species remote says the proposed law would also benefit industry it states choose not to push for conservation bresso says the status quo is keeping species on life support not helping recovery for npr news i'm cooper mckim in laramie police in malaysia say they've arrested former prime minister najib razaaq officials say it's part of an investigation into a state investment fund and allegations of money laundering and bribery he has been excessively questioned i'm korva coleman npr news in washington support for npr comes from the alliance for lifetime income a nonprofit composed of financial services organizations working to educate americans about options for securing protected lifetime income in retirement more at alliance for a lifetime income.
"razaaq" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Explosions classrooms and the commute frightened by bombs and bullets that was the reality for my guest this week who has female academics in yemen and syria found themselves living and working in a civil war on the conversation we hear about the passion for educating the next generation one in teaching english and the other in finding cures for disease and you hear why they eventually felt they had to leave and beginning you life in europe that's all off of the news with me kim chuck anita bbc news with jerry smith the australian roman catholic archbishop philip wilson has been convicted of covering up child sex lib use in the nineteen seventies archbishop wilson who held a junior position at the time faces up to two years in jail for failing to report the crimes of announcer torius paedophile priest journalists from western and chinese us organizations flown into north korea to witness the closure of the poem gary nuclear test site south korean reporters have been excluded pyongyang announced the closure at last month's interkorean summit malaysia anti corruption chief says he faced threats and harassment when trying to investigate corruption case linked to the former prime minister najib razaaq muhammed sukree abdul said a bullet leaving being sent to his home he was speaking as mr najib gave testimony to an anticorruption panel israel's air force chief says it has become the first country to use the f thirty five stole fighter in combat major general ami come knockin said israel was flying the us made fighters all over the middle east and had attacked twice onto different fronts panama says fresh information from israel indicates that the plane crash in cologne in one thousand nine hundred four was a terrorist attack most of the twenty one victims were jewish the crash happened shortly after an attack on a jewish center in buenos aires at least fourteen police officers in eastern afghanistan have been killed in fierce fighting with taliban militants the taliban say they now they've taken control of two district's in ghazni provincial officials dispute this and say the battle is continuing news zoological research has suggested a growing human appetite for the chinese john salamander a big has pushed the world's largest amphibian to the brink of extinction the.
"razaaq" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of millions of sufferers the epidemic of untreated pain why when opioid drugs are so cheap to so many people live in agony that's on business daily with me justin rowlatt coming up in a few minutes bbc news with jerry smith critics of the venezuelan president nicolas maduro according his election victory hollow as he was declared the winner of the presidential poll with a turnout of only forty six percent many polling stations across venezuela we deserted most opposition politicians were either in jail or boycotting the vote mister maderas is main challenger henry falcon has called for a rerun health workers in the democratic republic of congo are being inoculated against the abode lavar as with an experimental vaccine that the first of five hundred people to receive the treatment officials are trying it out to stop the spread of the virus medical experts have visiting carola in southern india to investigate the outbreak of a rare deadly virus at least three people all from the same family have died from the nipah virus italy's two main antiestablishment parties to meet the president later seeking his approval to form a government joint proposals put forward by the five star movement and the league envisioned steep tax cuts measures aimed at deporting an estimated half a million undocumented migrants malaysia has set up a task force to investigate possible crimes connected to billions of dollars missing from the state investment fund the troubled one md be fund was set up by the former prime minister najib razaaq who suffered a shock election defeat earlier this month a public inquiry into last year's grenfell tower far in london begins today every bereaved family will have the chance to make a statement to how about how they've been affected by their loss seventy one people died in the fire in the highrise block last june and another died months later china has launched a satellite which it hopes will play a key part in a future mission to the far side of the moon the craft is designed to relay signals back to earth from the moon surface bbc news welcome to business daily i'm justin rowlatt.
"razaaq" Discussed on AP News
"The budget airline to cancel extra low fare flights in the runup to last week's elections the malaysian aviation commission said tuesday it lodged a complaint with police over the comments air asia's chief executive tony fernandez released a video on sunday in which you publicly apologized for supporting defeated prime minister naji razaaq whose longrunning coalition lost the may ninth election he said he buckled under government pressure and was foolish to think his endorsement would appease the government and protect jobs the commission tuesday's that it had approved the one hundred twenty extra flights requested by air asia it refuted fernandez claim it had summoned air asia over the matter tshirts shirts showing an incorrect map of china have been recalled and destroyed by american clothing retailer gap the company has apologized for what it said was unintentional mistake of selling t shirts and china within a romania snap of the country gap took action on monday after photos began circulating on chinese social media of a t shirt with a map that appeared to leave out southern tibet the disputed south china sea and taiwan selfruled island that beijing regards as chinese territory the photos were reportedly taken at a gap shop in canada gaps the latest of several companies to apologize for perceived slights to china's sovereignty its promised to carry out more rigorous reviews in the future amazon's opening up more stores without cashiers the company which opened a cashier less store in seattle this year plans more locations in chicago.
Package bomb explosion outside Beaumont, Texas church sparks fears
"Who says security is tight but they're still concern about possible attacks security forces voted on thursdays so they'll be out in force securing polling stations the government has also closing its airports and border crossings for twenty four hours isis has threatened to attack polling sites but they're only remnants of the group left in iraq in two thousand fourteen isis to cover one third of the country the group was driven out after three years of fighting prime minister hydro about is running for reelection on the basis of restoring security and so is his main rival militia leader with close ties to iran a lot of iraqis though say they'll vote for someone who can provide jobs and better services jane arraf npr news baghdad texas reviewing a quarter giving it a week to propose compliance with the national voter registration act a judge the state has violating a law requiring states to allow voter registration will getting renewing driver's license this is npr news still no word on suspects or a possible motive for an explosion outside a child east texas church this week becky fogel for member station k u t reports that it was the second such incident in the area in two weeks the explosion caused minor damage to saint stephen's episcopal church in beaumont about eighty miles east of houston police chief james single terry says this'll be a joint investigation between the beaumont police department the f b i and the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives you can save a honda that we have utilized we are utilizing a large amount of resources to try to get on this as quickly as possible a different package suspected of containing an explosive device was found outside of a beaumont starbucks at the end of april authorities say it was rendered safe by the fbi atf bomb technicians for npr news i'm becky fogel analyst at malaysian leader najeib razaaq has tweeted plans.
"razaaq" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Manami at that kumar we could also join tacoma from the people of the brazilian amazon is he explains what is communities facing the twenty first century i changed we have to present this it's out of the single people that's voices from the amazon with tacoma on the bbc world service after the news bbc news fiona macdonald intense diplomatic efforts are beginning to try to see the iran nuclear deal a day after president trump and the united states was withdrawing the other signatories of all signaled their continued support for the agreement the iranian president hassan rohani said he was prepared to resume the enrichment of uranium if the economic benefits could not be maintained the us secretary of state mike pompeo is in north korea to prepare for president trump summit with kim jong un mr pompeo said there would be no easing of sanctions until north korea gave up its nuclear weapons south korean officials say he's likely to secure the release of three american prisoners held by pyongyang five austrailian politicians have become the latest to resign from parliament as a result of being jewish citizens bringing the total in the past year to fifteen it follows a high court battle over the australian constitution which says jewel nationals cannot stand for public office malaysians have begun casting their votes in a general election that the governing coalition in power for six decades may find to be its toughest electoral test yet the prime minister najib razaaq has being challenged by his one time mentor the ninety two year old former prime minister mahathir mohamad president trump's nominee to lead this will promise not to restart.
"razaaq" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Said the united states would punish businesses which didn't meet those deadlines even if it caused diplomatic discord with allies but he also writes the possibility of granting exemptions european companies more so than american ones have sought to exploit the business opportunities created by the iran nuclear deal the us is also planning additional measures to penalize tehran for its ballistic missile programme us secretary of state mike pompeo is in north korea to prepare for president trump summit with kim jong un mr pompeo said his aim was to set out the conditions to ensure north korea gave up its nuclear weapons barbara reports from washington mr pompeo set his first secret visit to pyongyang six weeks ago had been aimed at assessing what sort of negotiations with north korea would be possible now he said he wanted to nail down some of the substance of the agenda the us is demanding that kim jong give up his nuclear weapons mr pompeo said he would also raise the issue of three us prisoners held by north korea but had no commitments for their release it's widely expected they will be freed before or during the summit malaysians have begun casting their votes in a general election that the governing coalition in power for six decades me find you be the toughest electoral test yet the campaign pitted the prime minister najeib razaaq against his old mentor the to ninety two year old former prime minister world news this cream court in brazil has authorized prosecutors to begin corruption proceedings against the former government minister arrested last year brazilian police had find sixteen million dollars in suitcases in an unfurnished flat used by judicial year lima one of president michel temer closest allies mr vieira lima said the money was legally earned a grand jury in the us data virginia charged a former cia agent with espionage the us justice department said jerry chung ching lee was suspected of collecting classified data to pass to china the indictment alleges he was approached by chinese agents.
"razaaq" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Candidacy these sudden resignation of new york attorney general eric schneiderman has created an unexpected opening that's likely to set off a scramble for the state's top law enforcement job governor mario cuomo reacted to the schneiderman scandal the revelations about attorney general eric schneiderman were shocking disturbing malaysians began voting on wednesday to determine whether prime minister najeib razaaq ruling alliance can extend it sixty one year run in power despite living costs and lingering higher living costs and lingering corruption allegations president trump said the time and place for his meeting with kim jong un have been set no details given and the secretary of state mike pompeo is on route took north korea to continue working on the summit global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm mark mills this is bloomberg doug all right mark thanks so much knitting eldest is with us he is the cio of mandarin capital joining us from our studios in hong kong didn't always a pleasure there's so much to talk about demarcus mentioned the elections in malaysia we can talk about that momentarily the crude oil story obviously is linked to the decision by the president to us president trump to withdraw from the nuclear accord with iran i mean take a big step back right now the thirty thousand foot view what do you make of the geopolitical machinations as they relate to markets right now i mean is this something that we're just gonna have to deal with on a regular basis and it's something that's increasingly more difficult to discount.
"razaaq" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Champagne allegations of massive money laundering network and a penthouse suite at trump international hotel and tower appeared house that belonged to donald trump patrick med are reporting partner at w a m u in washington rain straight into it right there on pennsylvania avenue outside of president donald trump's hotel patrick work with our reporter amy walters on the story so it's tuesday september twelfth from outside the trump hotel in downtown dc and little afternoon right now and there are there's about five or six black suv's that have malaysian flags in the windows of the car looks to be some part of some sort of motorcade the malaysian flag on these trucks looks a lot like the american red and white stripes but on the upper left there's only one star and crescent moon try to find out some more information here about whether or not these government officials are staying at the hotel it would appear to be because last night i saw the same trucks here they left at one point but obviously they're back here and there parked in the same place right outside the front lobby to the trump international hotel are you guys with the malaysian government lawyers are you guys staying at the trump hotel these two officials were in an entourage of dozens more than sixty guests including prime minister najeib razaaq and his wife rozema they crossed into the lobby of president trump's landmark hotel how do you like it good place so amy and i had been by trump's hotel a few times trying to figure out who is spending money there looking around you'll see the trump base in their red make america great again trucker hats settled up to the bar next to these people in italian suits and fancy shoes and if you come here you might run into the president hell occasionally stop by for a steak dinner but why did this malaysian entourage book rooms here we weren't the only ones asking that question we certainly don't book their hotel accommodation so i couldn't speak to the personal decision they made about where to stay here in dc that sarah huckabee sanders the white house press secretary a little later that day and she got a little defensive fielding the same question we had at the daily briefing but this one reporter kept on it he asked if she thought that they were spending money at the trump hotel.
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"Uh dealing with individuals what they've releases a similar to with the with the case of the returnees from the middle east after the collapse of isis a lot a lot of people are coming back from a rock or syria arriving in asia and they're simply being let go there not being interrogated uh they're not they're not uh you know they're end up in at any watch lesson this is a problem for indonesia general i call the time is against us i wanna move onto this of the story now that's in the malaysia inside this is an online only newspaper should be said but uh there's a story here about i mean is the continuing fallout isn't it uh the the decision by the united states old perhaps more specifically decision by donald trump uh to recognize uh the dude recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel this is having a flowon effects in malaysia teams yes so uh prime minister najib razaaq is going to make a speech at the organisation for uh the a for islamic cooperation summit that's going to take was tomorrow i think malaysia actually gives the very good insight into the division of international uh opportunities and domestic pressures at some leaders from the in the muslim world face because rosic on the one nudge him on the one hand wants to demonstrate that he's a moderates he just had this resolution passed by the un about a global related to his project for global moderation he certainly a an ally of donald trump's within the region and yet domestically he actually has to kind of play the islamic card in this one and and and uh the rhetoric that's come from him in terms of if the muscle more would only unify against the united states a good defence rousselin from this move this demonstrates that they get kind of contradiction at the heart of uh of the nudge it attempts to be moderate internationally but domestically tried to play a a slightly more islamist card uh kelo.
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"One station the money station am 1410 kbnp closed powell's call me uh they're bfs and then in addition to that you have a whole bunch of the investigators who are uh hillary clinton donors and supporters this whole investigation quite frankly stinks worse than cabbage cooking in a small unventilated kitchen it's on the side how much does it team previous efforts i mean hillary clinton's the investigation into our emails you look at the the the investigation that started in 2016 big based on the fake russian dossier i mean this peter strarch the one who has been moved off the investigation is involved in all of that so it's it's time to look back at some of that too well there needs to be an investigation of the investigation hey you know he's got a point there we've had all the ship which had adam up for once we gotta get back it was a from arkansas governor uh huckabee mike huckabee he was on of fox and friends will begin with abby huntsman mike jerichan at henry at henry's phenomenal minute guys an awardwinning former white house correspondent in he's had he's been an abc cnn it's been all over the place this guy you he and catherine herridge these a to folks that are the embodiment or if you will archetypal representation of quality journalism but anyway i took rest as is mineor mellick proclivity i do we have huckabee talking about the bias and special counsel bob muller's team he rather colorfully refers to the stench let's emanating from the wanting professionalism that is the bob muller team and he wonders openly if previous fbi investigation such as into hillary clinton's emails were also perhaps tainted because petest razaaq was involved in them any he was this guy who was fired by moeller in august and whose firing or over and whose reason for firing was kept concealed until the press tripped over it and congress got wind of it a few days ago shows if you will demonstrates a and inclination to cover things up and the fbi and the department of justice appear to be grotesquely incompetent as well as bias and in order to not believe that they are incompetent and buys you have to be somebody who.