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WHO to probe 'sexual exploitation' by aid workers in DR Congo

BBC World Service

01:54 min | 1 d ago

WHO to probe 'sexual exploitation' by aid workers in DR Congo

"Take you back to those allegations. We were talking about earlier in the programme of sexual abuse by eight workers in the Democratic Republic of Congo Investigation by the new humanitarian news agency on the Thompson Reuters Foundation has collected interviews for more than 50 women. Who say they had to have sex to get work with relief agencies that during the recent Ebola outbreak we had earlier from two women who said it was doctors from the W Wait Show World Health Organization who demanded Six from them. That organization has responded, saying it is outraged by the allegations in the report, and we'll investigate. Let's talk to our correspondent in Geneva, which is where the W H O has its headquarters. Emergent folks. So imagine shocking. We heard the testimony of these women earlier. What is Thie is saying Well, so moved very, very quickly to respond to this investigative report and basically had to because you know the issue off sexual misconduct, sexual exploitation among the humanitarian community. We know Was in the headlines and we thought was being very seriously addressed. Years ago. Now we have allegations again. And so the W H o respondents said We are outraged. We will have an immediate investigation threatening immediate dismissal for anyone. Proven to be involved and saying that the betrayal of people in the communities we serve is reprehensible. We do not tolerate such behavior. So they moved quickly. Nevertheless, I think it's obviously in the middle of a pandemic where the W H O is in the headlines all the time. It is absolutely not the kind of news story the W H would like to be dealing with right now.

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GM pushes back contract signing with Nikola as it likely renegotiates

WBBM Late Morning News

00:15 sec | 1 d ago

GM pushes back contract signing with Nikola as it likely renegotiates

"There are still talks taking place between General Motors in the nickel a corporation. They haven't finalized their deal to jointly build electric pickup trucks and hydrogen sell fuel trucks. Reuters says. The target date to get it done is tomorrow. GM won't say if it's trying to re negotiate the deal.

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Some Midwestern states have more than 25% COVID-19 positive test rates: report

The KFBK Morning News

00:58 sec | 2 d ago

Some Midwestern states have more than 25% COVID-19 positive test rates: report

"Headline. Reuters this morning on we just heard ABC on their network newscast indicate this positive covert 19 test rates top 25% in some Midwest States. Excuse me and Scuse me in some Midwest states. We're seeing the number of hospitalizations go up a cz Well, But you know a couple of things to keep in mind. And I'm always troubled by the reporting on this story, because it sometimes doesn't give you both sides of it. And the other side is this We're doing. We're doing more testing. So if you're doing more testing than statistically, the number of positives coming back is going to go up, right? I mean, if you're going to get more positive if you test more people, secondarily L A Times front page this morning talks about how l. A county The number of hospitalizations has been dropping and consistently dropping and continues to drop. So you know you've got a tail of two stories and depending on where you are and what region urine in the country. To keep it all in perspective. So anyway, I just thought I'd bring it up. That was in Reuters this morning.

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The EU says Lukashenko is not the legitimate Belarus president

Morning Edition

00:21 sec | 6 d ago

The EU says Lukashenko is not the legitimate Belarus president

"Been abruptly sworn into a disputed sixth term in office. The Belarussian opposition says this summer's election results were fraudulent. Reuters news agency reports that the European Union has declared Lukashenko is not the legitimate president of Belarus and his hasty inauguration violates the will of the people. South Korea's says that a missing

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Moderna to Seek Limited Emergency Use of COVID-19 Vaccine if Data Shows High Efficacy

Tom and Curley

00:31 sec | Last week

Moderna to Seek Limited Emergency Use of COVID-19 Vaccine if Data Shows High Efficacy

"Plans to seek emergency use authorization for its possible covert 19 vaccine use in high risk groups if it proves to be at least 70% effective, the company's chief executive, Steven Banned cell told Reuters. Their vaccine candidate, Marina 12, 73, is nearing the finish line, and it's pushed to enroll 30,000 individuals in late stage trials. Normally, vaccines have to prove they're at least 50% of Active to be considered for approval. Madonna released their study protocol yesterday, making public details on how its vaccine will be evaluated. Visor

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US banning use of WeChat, TikTok for national security

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:11 sec | Last week

US banning use of WeChat, TikTok for national security

"Chinese own messaging app. We chat or video app Tic Tac, according to Reuters. The Trump administration is called those APS, a national security threat. Another tropical storm expected to be born

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Pelosi wants House to stay in session until COVID deal reached

the NewsWorthy

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pelosi wants House to stay in session until COVID deal reached

"Speaker. Nancy Pelosi told, CNBC house will remain in session until lawmakers deliver the next round of covid nineteen relief that means no October recess. There's no compromise and that's a big deal for members of Congress. Up for election and that could mean, they will not get to go home to campaign ahead of. November and until now, there hasn't been much progress remember talks Congress broke down well, White House Chief of staff mark, Meadows told Reuters. There's now a one and a half trillion dollar proposal up for consideration it was drafted by a group of bipartisan moderate lawmakers. So some Republicans say it costs too much some Democrats say it fall short,

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Russia, China, Iran having a red hot go at US political organisations

Risky Business

04:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Russia, China, Iran having a red hot go at US political organisations

"Going to begin with a bit of a a tragedy in media, which is team at Reuters the security team at Reuters, we're onto an absolutely cracking story. That they had to hurry up and publish because they caught wind that Microsoft we're about to ruin their party time But yeah, they had a fantastic exclusive here about Russian efforts to target the. Biden. Campaign. yes. Reuters are reporting attacks against the same Biden. Campaign of this company called A. S., K. K. Knickebocker. who provide services for them they appear to be based on Microsoft's cloud and coming under attack from the Gi you fancy bit crew going up against you know people involved in the political world the Reuters reporting his focused on this particular organization. But Microsoft's the level of visibility across cloud infrastructure does seem to suggest that actually it's a much wider campaign going on for some time against a number of organizations across political spectrum in the US. Yeah. I mean Microsoft really did release a fair bit of information. It looks like at two hundred organizations targeted by Gi you. They also detect I detected a Chinese stipe backed group IPT thirty one. Basically invalidate email addresses and profile targets sort of doing recon work and they squashed a bunch of domains being used by the Iranians. It's. The contrast between now and two thousand sixteen right way. This stuff is absolutely being taken seriously. I've heard some people say, Oh, well, this is evidence that Russia's trying to interfere in the election. It's not I mean that that could be what they're trying to do but we don't really know what they're up to for all. We know they gathering intelligence. Yeah and the reports that we're seeing a marked swift information describes a whole bunch of attempting to gain access. We don't know what access was gained as a result of these attempts and then what it was used for like those kind of obscure to spot the sort of things that Microsoft reporting Eric you know exactly what you would expect. Right Password Password Reuse credential stuffing type things. Fishing all the usual sorts of techniques that as you said in two thousand sixteen. Worked very effectively and now in twenty twenty, twenty, nineteen, you know we are much better equipped that much much better equipped. To be able to those things, and this is one of the advantages of people moving a lot of this stuff into the cloud is we do get this kind of central visibility in a way that we we just went getting when everyone was using. You know you're here and hotmail there now there's a much more concentrated intelligence, available Microsoft and more. Of An understanding of why it's important to talk about the Microsoft price goes for all of the attempts here and how you know how frequently they were doing force attempts against various accounts and whatever, and they said that we using a pool of approximately eleven hundred Ip's the majority associated with the tall and an amazing service which I interpret that to mean. Mean Tour Exit nerds right and of course if you're seeing like. Hundreds of thousands of filed log attempts from tour exit nods you would think maybe that's how they caught this year. That's a little bit of giveaway. You know obviously being able to you know pull of exit cards are and be able to correlate that there's a pretty strong indicator and it's just kinda funny. I guess in a way because you know illustrating the very deal use nature of talk. Yeah, and Microsoft's advice. Here's a little bit confusing because they like here's enlisted five hundred and thirty net blocks that are associated with this activity and I'm like, do you mean for like? Is this the other ones that want? Already knew about. This other we had language in the release about how they separating forcing from poss- would spraying and you can tell like the fact that they've made a distinction between those things is the result of a really intense. Twain. Various people. That's that'd be my guess. But you know it's good that this stuff is being turned up right Yeah absolutely I. It's good. It's being spotted and being communicated, and also the defensive options for people like things like enable factor indication and monitor failed loggins like those are things that you know in twenty six were actually difficult for people and now you modular Microsoft's licensing from for. Know a much more straightforward for people to do, which is I guess an

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FINMA Releases Guide on Stablecoins Same Risks, Same Rules

This Week in Crypto

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

FINMA Releases Guide on Stablecoins Same Risks, Same Rules

"The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority known as Venema has released new stable coin guidelines today. The report notes an increase in stable core projects since two thousand eighteen. FINRA confirmed that they received a request from the libra ascending station for an assessment of its libra project under the Swiss Supervisor Law. Finna would treat stable coins just like existing blockchain based tokens were they focus on the economic function and purpose of a token. States quote the requirements under Supervisory Law may differ depending on which assets, for example, currencies, commodities, real estate or securities. The stable coin is backed by and illegal rights of its holders and quote the Liberal Association is seeking a Swiss payments license as they asked, Finnmark for an assessment of how they classify the plant libra project and issuance of a stable coin under Swiss supervisory law according to Reuters. The Liberal Association stated quote we're engaging in constructive dialogue within Ma, and we see a feasible pathway for an open source blushing network to become a regulated low friction, high-security payments system, and quote.

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Reviewing the August Traffic Stats - It’s Not Great

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

05:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Reviewing the August Traffic Stats - It’s Not Great

"That puts us a roughly a week past the end of August weird things we found. Our. Stopped getting better. As the. Is. Is the way to put it. So you know from the low on the twelfth of April we've seen a rise in traffic levels and we ended the month of August. Forty, five percent. Of Twenty nine hundred. August twenty nineteen. As far as commercial traffic levels were concerned. So. Not Great. Know things things flattened out We've talked about keeping an eye on things hoping that the summer would lead to a bit stronger recovery and then pushed through into fall. We haven't seen the traffic in at the beginning of the fall schedule materialize, and so there's a good chance that week over week, we could see traffic fall throughout the rest of the year outside of spikes for for certain holiday period if people decide that they're going to be traveling again but we don't know what that's. GonNa. Look like as as the as the season develops but August you know. Flattened out and not in a great way, and then the holiday weekend we just had here the states is past weekend traffic almost eclipsed a million passengers screened in the US for the first time since. March sixteenth were dropped off quoits amazingly beyond that. It went from one point two million. Passengers screened on March sixteenth to just basically a quarter of a million. A week later. So getting up to a million would have been at least some semblance of what we use folic victory person bollock victory. We are not there yet. We have here in New York. We have twice as many people riding the subway. Than we have the TSA screening passengers nationwide. Now yesterday the Tuesday after the holiday weekend that were seven, hundred, four, thousand passengers screened, which is just about right back where we were before the holiday weekend. So this is typically rather. Low part of the year between the end of the summer and really Thanksgiving here in the US than the the holidays toward the end of the year for the entire world. So this is GonNa be. Great the next few months, and we're already seeing if you wear pare back their schedule quite dramatically to match that new reality that the the comeback is not happening. Yeah the the return of. Travel, besides leisure travel. So so business travel. And folks moving around outside of taking. A vacation visiting their their friends and relatives. That's not materialized. Travel is still nil and so. What we're going to see over the next few months I think is going to reflect that especially us. Europe a little different. Asia quite different as things there have have gotten much better much faster. But I I think we're still globally nowhere near two thousand and nineteen levels and won't be for some time. The other things being affected are aircraft deliveries. We got those numbers this week as well and and looking at Airbus Boeing numbers Airbus thirty nine deliveries one order which was Jason. Ordering his new. Ac a three twenty neo. Price finally come down enough where I can get my own pint. Yeah and then bowing delivering thirteen aircraft but taking eight orders. That's interesting. who were the eight I hadn't heard that they picked up five, seven, three, seven Max orders and they picked up three triple seven F orders l. were those the Polish airline ordering the matches that we talked about last time in addition to so there was the yes enter air, and then there was one other I think there was an airline that order one of them and and which airline was, but we may have talked about that in a previous episode plus the three triple seven f orders but moving up but still not I mean I was actually did putting things together for the show I. Put in you know Boeing August deliveries, and a Reuters article from last year came up and they are talking about how how orders deliveries were down forty percent. Already. And I was like Oh. That doesn't seem terrible and then I looked at the date and it was September. Twenty nineteen it finally they knew. Yeah. So not not great still not great. But we are there are some glimmers of hope just now a few minutes ago adult seven, six, seven, four, hundred that had been stranded in not one joe. China after it had interior modifications done Kinda got stuck there just took off back heading. East after two hundred and four days of sitting on the ground there looking derelict. So that's about that. That's nice. I'll take what I can get

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Russian hackers targeted firm working with Biden campaign

Lee Matthews

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Russian hackers targeted firm working with Biden campaign

"Microsoft reportedly alerted one of the election strategy firms for the campaign of Democratic nominee Joe Biden. That it had been targeted by suspected Russian state backed hackers over the past two months. Reuters reporting that three people briefed on the matter say the hackers tried but failed to gain access to the firm of S Katie Knickerbocker. The hacking attempts comes U. S intelligence agencies have raised alarms about possible foreign interference in the November presidential election.

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Revenge, Best Served Loud

Your Brain on Facts

05:28 min | 3 weeks ago

Revenge, Best Served Loud

"With, arguably one of the greatest opening riffs and Classic Rock Barracuda was written by Anna Nancy Wilson together with Guitarist Roger Fisher and Drummer Michael Derosier. It was written at a time when there was friction between the band and their label to put things mildly. The song appears on the album little queen their first album with CBS. Portrait. Records. They'd left their old label mushroom records after a contract dispute and mushroom was none too happy. Because according to mushroom heart owed them a second album. They not only sued the band for breach of contract and try to block the release of the CBS album but released magazine an album made up of songs that Hart had recorded but didn't think we're good enough to release as well as some live recordings needed to get it up to album length. The dispute dragged on and eventually the court decided that heart was free to sign with a new label but mushroom was indeed a second album. So. Heart went back to the studio to rerecord remix edit and re sequence the magazine recordings in a marathon session over four days. A court ordered guard actually stood nearby to make sure the master tapes weren't being erased. Heart eventually came out on top. As not only did the album little queen outsell magazine by a wide margin. The debacle gave the band the distinction of having all three of their albums on the charts at the same time. The court case wasn't the only reason. The Wilson Sisters in company were mad at mushroom records. After the first album became a million seller mushroom took out a full page ad in rolling stone touting the band's success using the headline million to one shot sells a million. No problem so far. The AD looks like the front page of a tabloid newspaper and included a photo from the Dream Boat Anne album cover shoot. The caption read. Hearts Wilson Sisters confess it was only our first time. Implying the sisters had an incestuous lesbian affair. Shortly. After this ad appeared a Detroit radio promoter asked an Wilson where her was. She assumed he meant her then boyfriend band manager Michael Fisher. But when the reporter clarified, he was referring to her sister Nancy and was understandably outraged and retreated to her hotel room to write. When she related the incident to Nancy to was outraged and join an in the writing session, contributing a melody and bridge. Nancy puts suitably angry music to the word to complete the song comparing the sleazy side of the Music Biz to a dangerous ill like fish. The song became an enduring classic and Barracuda remains one of the band's signature songs. Vera Khuda was test to another incident of severe irritation for the Wilson Sisters at. Against in two thousand eight. During that year's presidential campaign the song was used as the unofficial theme song for Republican Vice President Nominee Sarah Palin. The ALASKAN governor had apparently earned the nickname, Sarah? Barracuda as a high school basketball player for her competitive nature. The day after the song was played at the National Convention Anna. Nancy Wilson issued a statement reading. The. Republican campaign did not ask for permission to use the song nor would they have been granted that permission? We have asked the Republican campaign publicly not to use our music. We hope our wishes will be honored. Their wishes were not honored. As the Republican campaign pointed out, they had obtained the proper performance rights to the song from the record label and were under no obligation to get any further permission to use it. The Bar for performance rights being somewhat lower than the bar for commercial or video rights. With no legal recourse. The Wilson Sisters retaliated in the media telling entertainment weekly. Sarah Palin views and values in no way represent us as American women. We. Ask that our Song Barracuda no longer be used to promote her image. The Song Barracuda was written in the late seventy s as a scathing rant against the soloist corporate nature of the music business particularly for women. While, heart did not and would not authorize the use of their song the RNC. There's irony Republican strategists choice to make use of it. They're. The. Songs Co writer Roger Fisher was also anti Palin but he saw things differently telling Reuters. He was thrilled that the song was being used as it was a win win situation. He explained that while heart gets publicity and royalties the Republicans benefit from the ingenious placement of a kick ass. Song. He added that he would use some of the proceeds in a donation to the Obama campaign and thus the Republicans are now supporting Obama. See Kids. There's always a silver lining if we look for it.

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Trump demands reporter takes off his mask at press conference

Erin Burnett OutFront

05:47 min | 3 weeks ago

Trump demands reporter takes off his mask at press conference

"Take it off the president of the United States telling a reported to take off his mask to ask a question. Then moments later applauding another reporter for not wearing one those exchanges part of a rambling nearly fifty minute press conference a press conference that was really more political rally a political rally in disguise or maybe not. so much of a disguise filled with wildly inaccurate statements including this one about the handling of the pandemic. We are. An absolute leader in every way. An absolute leader in every way, and that follows the president's tweets this morning which he claimed he's getting. Very high marks and our handling of the corona virus especially compared to other countries and areas of the world. Now compared to other countries, the US is leading in overall cases when it comes to getting the virus under control though when it comes to having a plan, not leading the president continues to focus on a vaccine one that isn't approved or even available. We're going to have a vaccine very soon. Maybe even before a very special date data, I'm talking about. Well we know what that date is. It's the election day and yes, everyone wants a vaccine but we're waiting on that we know what works masks and the president really still not advocating it. That's not an absolute leader. The country again is at a crossroads there's an opportunity here for the president he can lead he can put forth a plan to slow down the spread of the virus. And most importantly, he can follow that plan himself or he can continue to undermine the nation's top experts like he did today when he disparaged once again, one of the only tools that has been proven to stop the spread of the virus mask. It's something that could also save as many as one hundred, twenty, two, thousand lives by the end of this year according to one influential model. The president. The issue of what happened when you were. Cleaning you're going to have to take that office. You can take it off your your health feel your wed.. Well if you don't take it off year. Old So. If you would take it off, would be a lot easier. A lot lot better. It's better. Better. The president. As you see, they're trying really hard to get Jeff Mason to take off his mask. I'm going to speak with him in just a moment moments later though the president was praising another journalists for not wearing a mask. Space on some of your tweets Do you you sound so clear? As opposed to everybody else where they refuse. Jeff Mason Reuters, White House correspondent is out front Jeff. This of course is not the first time that the president has tried to get you to take your mask off during a press conference. Of course, just on Friday, he was telling all of us to wear masks over the holiday weekend. When he's asking you to take that mask off. Do you think it was really that he just couldn't hear you couldn't understand you or was there a different purpose there? It's a good question. I think he probably does have a little bit of trouble hearing and I think having had a microphone there. If the White House had set, one up might have helped but I my solution was just to speak a little bit louder. And I think that that took care of it. In that case, the fact that he ended up raising another colleague later, who didn't have a mask on though does go to the mixed messaging that this president has employed on masks throughout the pandemic he did start to embrace them more in the last month or two wearing one for the first time in public when he went to. A military hospital but certainly for the first several months of the pandemic that was not a standard for this president and as you noted in your introduction. It is very clear. The science is very clear now that wearing masks and have a a huge impact. Yeah it certainly is I was really struck today in watching this press conference. The president really seemed to be using this time to air variety of grievances and what's fascinating too is that this was happening, of course at the White House and yet there were a number of moments that felt like that airing of grievances was really more of a campaign rally. Yeah. I mean the the president didn't have any other events today for Labor Day while his opponent was out campaigning although he does have a robust campaign travel schedule coming up. So it's not that the president is planning to stay home but he did today and he used the backdrop of the white. House. As the setting for news conference in which as you say, he went off on on many different topics criticizing very sharply vice, President Joe, Biden, and Senator Comma Harris for their basically. Criticism of him on the vaccine and also taking off a number of other grievances with regard to the economy to Russia and to the Atlantic reporting about his alleged comments about US war dead is it your sense and even from your sources at the White House that we will be seeing more of this briefing miserable takes you back to the coronavirus briefings right? which eventually stopped as we know because of some of the statements that the president made but are we going to see more of these? Briefings that are really just a a rally in disguise well, those those corona virus briefing stopped and then they did restart again shorter versions in the White House press room This was not that particular model today since he was outside and it was not. One of the shorter briefings. But yeah, I think on the days that he does not campaign or isn't out traveling for the campaign he still wants to get his message across and he has used the White House and use the podium beat in the briefing room or be it today in front of the North Puerto Rico. Puerto. Rico as a place to get that message out and he starts with several minutes of his own. Comments and then take some questions and that's what he did today. To, get back to your question. Yeah I'm sure I'm sure we'll see that again.

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India records world's biggest single-day jump in virus cases

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | Last month

India records world's biggest single-day jump in virus cases

"The biggest single day jump in Corona virus infections that any nation has seen amid the pandemic. Reuters reports. India's nearly 79,000 cases exceeds the roughly 77,000 recorded in the U. S on July. 16th, the world's second most populous nation, is with 3.5 million cases. The third hardest hit by the pandemic following the U. S and Brazil, But its daily tallies have exceeded those of the other two countries For almost two weeks. Many

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India records world's biggest single-day jump in virus cases

Red Eye Radio

00:25 sec | Last month

India records world's biggest single-day jump in virus cases

"Well. India on Sunday reported the biggest single day jump in Corona virus infections of any nation in the cove in 19 pandemic, Reuters is reporting that India's 78,761 cases exceeded the 77,299 recorded in the U. S. July 16th. Globally. The confirmed number of Corona virus cases nearly 25 million. Almost six million in the US and

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Belarus deports journalists in crackdown

KHOW Marketplace

00:38 sec | Last month

Belarus deports journalists in crackdown

"More developments and Belarus where protests continue against the longtime dictators authorities trying to ban foreign media from operating in the country amid fears of a crackdown and growing pressure on protest. ABC is Patrick Rivalling mints, one of the few foreign journalists left in Belarus. Belarus is authorities have revoked accreditation from journalists working for most foreign news organizations in the country. It included. A journalist from the BBC, Reuters AP French and German public broadcasters as well as several others. Ah, around 2000 women marched through the center of the capital Minsk on Saturday in solidarity with the protests defying master police officers that followed them.

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Moderna COVID-19 vaccine appears to work as well in older adults in early study - Reuters

WBZ Midday News

00:30 sec | Last month

Moderna COVID-19 vaccine appears to work as well in older adults in early study - Reuters

"Cambridge based MOE Derna says a small group of older adults given their experimental Copan 19 vaccine are showing encouraging early result. Company says the vaccine, which of course was created in conjunction with the National Institutes of Health, revved up the older adults immune systems. They're very encouraged by this, of course Mode Arena is in the final testing stage of that study that's been seeking 30,000 volunteers. To try their

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European flight safety agency to start 737 Max test flights

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:21 sec | Last month

European flight safety agency to start 737 Max test flights

"More test flights of Boeing's grounded 7 37 Max are underway now. Reuters reports that transport Canada began test flights yesterday. The FAA conducted the flights more than a month ago here in transport Canada's the first non U. S Agency to test the plane. The Max continues to undergo a re certification process after being grounded for nearly a year and a half following two deadly crashes.

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"reuter" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:50 min | 8 months ago

"reuter" Discussed on WTVN

"Hey gene Reuter stays with us the principal author of the hit not see the untold story of America's deal with the devil so Hans calmer really the it with one could say the architect of the of the Holocaust SS general he supposedly takes his life may ninth nineteen forty five is his wife of of petitions that have been declared dead later that same year but you know nobody is produced the the details of his supposed death are very sketchy in fact Werner von Braun it later reported having having overheard a conversation between com Lorraine is aid to camp this is something to the extent we're calmer would fake his death in and hide out in some nearby Italo Abby so what what what do we know about his his his supposed to death or or you know when does he turn up again well you've sketched out at a pretty good background there the two these different versions of his death never added up obviously one's got to be inconsistent with the other and our researchers Doug and gonna have to tell you I have to congratulate my co authors and researchers keys tester and and Colin Lowry because they did their research you mention for decades that not only here in the United States but in Europe in in all our archives at military bases small libraries tons of interviews freedom of information act requests and on and on and through all of that we learned that the caller didn't commit suicide at the end of the war that that suicide was faked his driver perjured himself instead he surrendered to the US army and we've got the documents is proving his surrender and those documents prove he was in US custody for at least ten months after his reported suicide in may nineteen forty five so he's in US custody until March of nineteen forty six and we was held in Europe we're interrogating him meaning that we meaning the Americans in northern Austria then in central Germany where the rocket team was for a period of time and some of the rocket scientists were there and then in the rumor of on the eve of the trials he's in November we think being interrogated and it was at that point about March of nineteen forty six in his file what we found the calmer file we see an extradition request from Great Britain we mentioned that these the two rockets were use ruthlessly against London and Southampton killing many civilians the British wanted Hans counselor there's this request there's a note in the file saying there's no opposition to his extradition and then the trail just runs out the paper trail runs out into another researcher had been in touch with an artist who said as songs commerce paper trail it's as if somebody came in and cleaned up the file and when you think about how much movement of the rocket team his delivery of the rockets team trying we've been trying to a race his past rehabilitate himself that's what we call the calmer deal in the hidden on see that's what this was all about his fake suicide make the make make a deal and get your get out of jail free card so the church will know that the US was holding calmer the British obviously know whether Churchill himself new I don't know but you know you're not making an extradition request for somebody you believed to be that you're not making extradition request of the United.

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"reuter" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:39 min | 8 months ago

"reuter" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Gene Reuter stays with us the principal author of the hit not see the untold story of America's deal with the devil so Hans calmer really that we want to say the architect of the of the Holocaust SS general he supposedly takes his life may ninth nineteen forty five is his wife of of petitions that have been declared dead later that same year but you know nobody is produced the the details of his supposed to death are very sketchy in fact Werner von Braun it later reported having having overheard a conversation between com Lauren is aid to camp this is something to the extent where good color would fake his death in and hide out in some nearby it's how Abby so what what what do we know about his his his supposed to death or or you know when he turned up again well you've sketched out at a pretty good background there to these different versions of his death never added up obviously one's got to be inconsistent with the other and our researchers Doug and gonna have to tell you I have to congratulate my co authors and researchers keys tester and and Colin Lowry because they did their research you mention for decades that not only here in the United States but in Europe and in all our archives at military bases small libraries tons of interviews freedom of information act requests and on and on and through all of that we learned that the caller didn't commit suicide at the end of the war that that suicide was faked his driver perjured himself instead he surrendered to the US army and we've got the documents is proving his surrender and those documents prove he was in US custody for at least ten months after his reported suicide in may nineteen forty five so he's in US custody until March of nineteen forty six anymore he was held in Europe we're interrogating him meaning that we meaning the Americans in northern Austria then in central Germany where the rocket team was for a period of time and some of the rocket scientists were there and then in order of on the the eve of the trial sees in November we think being interrogated and it was at that point about March of nineteen forty six in his file what we found a calmer final we see an extradition request from Great Britain we mention that these the two rockets were use ruthlessly against London and Southampton killing many civilians the British wanted homes color there's this request there's a note in the file saying there's no opposition to his extradition and then the trail just runs out the paper trail runs out on me and another researcher had been in touch with an artist who said as the horns commerce paper trail it's as if somebody came in and cleaned up the file and when you think about how much movement of the rocket team his delivery of the rockets team trying we've been trying to raise his past rehabilitate himself that's what we call the color deal in the hidden on the that's what this was all about his fake suicide make the make make a deal and get your get out of jail free card so the church will know that the US was holding calmer British.

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"reuter" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:03 min | 8 months ago

"reuter" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Reuter is general counsel vice president and director of the practice groups of the federalist society for law and public policy he served in two federal government agency offices of the inspector general as counsel to the inspector general and deputy inspector general responsible for policing the use of federal funds granted and contracted through those agencies as such he helped conduct and oversee criminal investigations across the country he is the principal author of the non fiction book the hidden **** the untold story of America's deal with the devil gene Reuter welcome to coast to coast AM how are you I'm great thank you Richard crap me on so good to be with you it's very timely book in January we commemorated the seventy fifth anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz it's hard to imagine that there are people out there who do not know this horrible dark evil chapter in in history but unfortunately there are so tell us about the arch which how many how many died there and and tell us a little bit about the general Hans cobblers involvement in Auschwitz course sure well first of all I I'd say that the Huns calmer who is the hidden **** the principal subject of our book made the Holocaust possible he made outfits possible and I hope many of your listeners have heard of the Holocaust and heard about Schmidts there are always a lot of details people don't know about the Holocaust in the concentration camps they actually began in Germany in the early nineteen thirties with the rise of the **** party to a first incarcerate political opponents this is back in an era when a group called the free court battle the communists in the communists captured were put into makeshift prisons there were about a hundred and seventy or so in Berlin alone the most notorious and the first one at this point in time was Dachau and this was going on just as are subject Hans calmer first to join in on the party and the Schutzstaffel and these were converted hospitals hotels apartments even restaurants and that's the way concentration camps got started not initially as killing camps not initially as slave labor camps but when the Holocaust geared up it was definitely Hans counselor that the **** party turned to sort of perfect the concentration camp system and the killing the massive killing of of the Jewish race and to answer your question most directly the the best estimates I think are that one point one million people died at Auschwitz and millions more died at other camps and other places throughout the world through the Holocaust and the so called there was a civil engineer and an SS commander so what what what his exact involvements have been in in designing the slave labor camps will will I mean we see overseeing their design did he in fact design them how did he for example make them more efficient if I can use that cold and ghastly term yeah well you've you've hit on on something there it's like what language to use to describe his his facility for doing these things because he was very good at what he did and you know it's important not to sound like you're heaping praise on somebody who who perfected the killing of human beings but you're right he was an architect and engineer by training he did his undergraduate degree and and Germany earned a PhD in engineering in nineteen thirty and before and and in the early years of the war even he was involved in the increasingly complicated but really but nine civil engineering projects think about roadways and buildings and.

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"reuter" Discussed on Babes and Babies

Babes and Babies

10:40 min | 11 months ago

"reuter" Discussed on Babes and Babies

"I am a full time working mom of girl after battling endometriosis for many years I wasn't even sure if I could have children my name is Theresa Theresa and I know hey everyone welcome back to the miraculous Mama's podcast podcast I'm your host Elizabeth Joy and if you're joining us for the first time welcome we are a podcast that believes in empowering women through storytelling an education in we're so glad that you are here we have an awesome episode for you guys today but before we hop into that I have a couple of snippets to share with you I know a lot of people are doing or looking to go that route in some people's insurance covers it a lot a lot of people don't and it can be a super expensive thing to invest in but I've heard from a few of our listeners that if you you order the drugs from Europe it's actually fifty percent cheaper I thought that was very interesting and kind of cool because the pharmaceuticals in the United States states are just highly outrageously priced. I know you can get diabetic medication from Canada for like ninety percent cheaper than here but yeah yeah you can order. IVF drugs from Europe I know somebody who actually flew there for the treatments and then somebody who ordered their medications from there and I thought that was super interesting so if that's a route that union spouse really want to go but you haven't been able to afford it or didn't think that it was an option because your insurance doesn't cover it and it's super expensive expensive maybe do some research and look into that because there might be an option therefore you also I am going to to be finally starting video series on trying to conceive an preparing your body for pregnancy it's been man I feel like it's been and five months for me so far of getting in a healthy head space but also preparing physically I did the hormone testing with Dr Patrick Flynn and I found out that I'm at risk for breast cancer my hormones are off found out that I had a parasite in my guts and that I had these food allergies I wasn't aware of that were kind of making everything harder it was making my hormones like it was making it harder for them to balance out because the strain and inflammation in my gut in the same with the parasite so it's kind of all interconnected and so many people I think it's hey like I'm ready to get pregnant now and we're just going to start trying but I would encourage you to look into the things that affect your hormones look into you preparing your body and starting to take a good prenatal and supplements and eating the right foods beforehand because there is just so much that goes into that but not only for you but for your spouse is well there's tons of research out there now that shows when men drink when men drink a lot while they're trying trying to conceive your baby has a forty four percent chance increase of being born with a congenital heart defect and if they're smoking and increases your chances of miscarriage miscarriage and even heart disease and stuff like that leader on in life so there's tons of research out there and I feel I feel like we've been misled we've been told like Oh when you're ready to get pregnant just start having unprotected sex and that's just really not the case even even when it comes to birth control like you think you can just get off birth control get pregnant but it takes the average woman who has been on birth control eight to eighteen months to get pregnant depending on why she got on birth control if she got on just to practice safe sex or just practice pregnancy prevention Incheon that's one thing but if you got on birth control because you were having heavy periods or they were irregular or anything like that that's covering a symptom up that your body's trying trying to tell you so getting off the pill that's going to come back and sometimes it takes your body a while to start to oscillate again so it's not even necessarily eighteen months it's eight cycles of actually ovulating in having a normal cycle after birth control I'm so excited 'cause we're going to be having a couple of episodes in the next month month addressing these issues which I'm super passionate about and I'm really getting into because I just feel like why why are we being told oldest information like widened somebody teach us that when you go on and get pregnant there's steps to take toward it at one of my favorite comparisons is like you wouldn't go route and run a marathon without training in the same is true for pregnancy you'd need to train beforehand you need to set certain habits in you need to get your body prepared to provide vital nutrients there's actually a seventy year long study happening I believe it's in Ghana about this community where babies born in certain seasons are much healthier than babies born and others and the reason is if they conceive in the rainy any season the mothers are eating a diet of rich leafy green vegetables and getting tons of vital nutrients and that affects the development of your baby in the first week after conception it's so crazy I encourage you to check out the documentary the nine months that made you it's so fascinating that tells you step by stop what's happening and what's affecting that but the babies that were conceived in the dry season those foods weren't around and they're born with out the ability to fight infections as well as the babies who were their mothers were eating dark leafy Greens in getting those really good supplements and nutrition so it's it's so crazy because it's things that you don't think about and of course there's Times where you were on birth control forever and you've got off and got pregnant the first month or you weren't necessarily trying and you got pregnant pregnant nearly Oh crap I was on vacation drinking eating whatever I want and it's like but our bodies are also in place to protect that baby and to nourish rush them our bodies when you conceive put your baby I so that's also true of so many people I know and and that's also what this information is for or it's never to look back and feel guilty or ashamed of anything it's only to take that information and to look forward and to say okay are we having having another baby how can I prepare my body how can I provide the best vessel for my child what is my partner's role in that how can he help because you think about it the woman you give up drinking and hopefully smoking and other habits for nine months while you're creating this life in your breastfeeding and men don't have to do any of that but studies are showing now they do so it's not that much of a sacrifice to ask your partner are to stop drinking and smoking six months before you start trying to conceive because sperm cycle is ninety days so and that even if they do you sperm analysis or get checked in it says oh they have enough sperm or whatever it's not telling you the health of the sperm it's not telling you the quality of that which our bodies are super super smart and don't want to accept the sperm that isn't as healthy and wing our bodies reject the ones that are miss shape door have a bad morphology sell our bodies are here to protect us and so there's so many different things go into that but I'm going to be making some videos and sharing with you guys have been preparing I'm going to share with you the tests that I've done the research that I've learn how I'm praying preparing my body for trying to conceive whether it's doing my hormone us or getting rid of the chemicals in my house because so many different chemical oh cool things are endocrine blockers and they affect your hormones they can affect your fertility there's glysophate in certain products which is a horrible pesticide ride that is found all of our homes in different ingredients that has an effect on fertility so I'm going to share some of the information and some steps the I've been taking to try to create a good vessel in a good home to try to conceive and I'll be sharing some of that journey journey through a video series with you guys and I'm super excited about it because I don't share too much on here I've just really tried to focus on getting on great guests is for you guys bringing on experts and bringing on people to share their stories and their journeys so I haven't been able to share too much of my story and what's been going on with me and my body in the healing process for my hormones and things like that so I'll be doing that in a video series that I will be starting starting this week and I'm telling you to hold myself accountable because I've been saying I'm GonNa do this for weeks now I haven't so but I'm super excited to be sharing that with you guys all right Mama is if you are a mama it means that you are basically always busy always on the go it even feels like you're on the go if you're at home because there's always a mess to clean up dinner to cook a diaper to change your kid to play with or read a book with and not to mention the things you have to get done for yourself maybe take a shower and brush your teeth put a bra on 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"reuter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"reuter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"War on drugs was ramping up and dealers were more likely to get locked up. The price of crack was falling more intense law enforcement did not seem to deter people from selling or using drugs heater has a lot of theories about why that might be for one drug sellers, a very poorly informed about the census they face or as done shots. The spin grad who used to sell drugs put it to me, you know, when you go they climbed you don't look at. I might get a lot of times I still Iraq. He wasn't looking at you know, 'cause there's always like everybody thinking get caught anybody study law and say, okay. Okay. Look at this crime it carries. If I if I do this. Nobody does that you know. So if tougher and tougher laws don't work. What does I asked Peter Reuter that question? Well. Sound as pedestrian public health person? I believe that we can by expanding and improving treatment substantially reduce demand. Fall the drugs that causes the most problem heroin cocaine methamphetamine treatment, even not very good treatment. Which is the treatment is generally available makes a difference, and we can manage this problem, which is all we have to social problems we can manage this problem betta by focusing on the man saw..

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"reuter" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"reuter" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Although it was also criticized for unnecessarily graphic coverage especially during wartime. Here's an example from an eighteen eighty three memo to correspondence written after Julius Reuters retirement quote in consequence of the increased attention paid by press to disaster, it cetera of all kinds agents and correspondence are requested to be good enough in future to notice all occurrences of the sort the following ARA vents that should be comprised on the service. Fires explosions floods inundated roads, railway accidents this. Directive storms, earthquakes, shipwrecks attended with loss of life accidents towards cels and to mail Steve IRS street riots of grave character disturbances arising from strikes duels between and suicides of persons of note, social or political and murders of a sensational or atrocious. Character it is requested that the bare facts be I telegraphed with the utmost promptitude and as soon as possible afterwards descriptive account proportionate to the gravity of the incident. It's a very long way of saying if it bleeds it leads, yes. A hundred percent Reuter retired in eighteen seventy eight and his son took over the agency, although Julius continued to be involved in the business for sometime afterward. And by this point, the Reuter family had become really wealthy. The business also continued to try to stay ahead of new technologies that became sort of part of its pattern of business. It kept adopting faster and better way..

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"reuter" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"reuter" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Really. Effected Reuters business and the news industry as a whole Reuters. But London newspapers and the regional newspapers known as the provincial press worked out kind of complicated pricing scheme among themselves to make up for these changes in the telegraph system and the process, the provincial papers formed the press to give themselves collective bargaining power with Reuter they also negotiated a whole deal in which Reuter had control of the London news market. But the Press Association had exclusive rights to Reuters news outside of London. The Press Association. Also agreed not to do international reporting leaving that to Reuters agency. And this also contributed to Reuter tried to really diversify the businesses that he was in eighteen eighty and eighteen nineties because the nationalization of the telegraph and all the changes that then trickled down with all of this were eating into his profit margin. These kinds of negotiations. We're also happening internationally by eighteen. Seventy three primary wire services were reporting. The news from three different parts of Europe. Reuter was an England of us was in France and vote who we mentioned earlier was in Germany and rather than compete with each other. These three businesses got together to protect each other's monopolies in different parts of the world on January seventeenth eighteen seventy they agreed. That vote would be in Germany of us would be in France in Reuter would have the entire British empire. And this agreement was in place until nineteen thirty four. Once again this arrangement today would probably run afoul of antitrust laws and a lot of places, but at the time this was not an uncommon way of doing business, and it also had parallels things happening at the same time and the more political arena like the scramble for Africa, where countries are basically dividing Africa up amongst themselves. Also, these three services were intrinsically connected to each other Julius Reuter and Bernhardt full. Had both worked as translators for the agency which was known in French agenda, thus in eighteen seventy one the Duke of Saxe cobourg gotta made Reuter baron in Queen Victoria leader recognize his rank in Britain in eighteen seventy two Reuters expanded into East Asia fame year, Julius Reuter was also temporarily given huge control over multiple industries in Iran, which at the time was often also known as Persia Reuter had become friends with the Persian minister in London. And at the same time, the Shah Nassir eldeen shock collar was making a series of concessions to British interests. He signed what was known as the Reuter concession, which gave Reuter the rights to railways factories mining irrigation and telegraphs in Iran. This went really badly. Reuter got into this without really going through any British diplomatic channels in British politicians all over the political spectrum tried to. Distance themselves from it in editor in the times of London said in part, quote, there has been nothing like it before the king of kings abdicated, the functions if not the splendor of royalty and those still gorgeous and glittering is unable to make a road explorer mine or irrigate the lands under his dominion. So he calls in enterprising financier of the west and offers him many and precious advantages. If he will relieve the Shah in Shah of the real duties of royalty. Meanwhile, Russia which had been expanding into neighboring parts of the world saw this whole thing as a huge threat and suspected that all those British officials who were distancing themselves from what Reuter had done. We're really just trying to cover up their own involvement in a British power grab and the people of Iran were outraged. The Shah was making such huge concessions to British interests the Shara versus the concession after about a year, but Reuter still had interests in Iran. This. Revised agreement with the Shah established an Imperial Bank and his son George became its president the whole thing also set the stage for another concession of tobacco interests from Iran Britain, twenty years later, and that led to a huge uprising in Iran. The Reuters news organization kept expanding over the next decade becoming noon is the largest international news service in the world..

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"reuter" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"reuter" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Telegraph lines connecting various parts of Europe. Get one of the articles that I read describing this whole thing talked about how before the telegraph made the use of pigeons totally unnecessary. And there was still a lot of pigeon use connecting various people at connecting London to the smaller towns and stuff this part of town. That they were in you needed an umbrella. Because there were so many pigeons dropping so many droppings. Reuter didn't own any of telegraph lines. He knew a lot about them though. And he was very good at prioritizing. Telegraph traffic and building relationships and negotiating terms for the transmissions that he needed to send and receive Clementina continued to work really closely with him in this business to transcribe. She translated messages coming into leaving the office. Eventually they were making enough money to hire a messenger, boy, which was eleven year old Fred Griffiths who would eventually work his way up to becoming a director in the company not long after their moved to London Clementina got pregnant for the first time that we know about since the death of their first trial their daughter, Julie a son Herbert Reuter was born on March tenth eighteen fifty two. And the Reuters went on to have five more children three daughters and two sons at the rate of about one baby every other year. So there's been some speculation that Clementina had trouble getting pregnant or carrying her pregnancies to term and the doctor Davies had helped resolve that problem. Them. And that may be true. He did for sure deliberately some of the children, but he didn't specialize in obstetrics which was still a relatively new field at the time as a telegraph system became increasingly prolific. There were more ways for people and businesses send their own telegrams. You didn't have to write your letter and mail it to the care of particular person in another city in order for it then to be transmitted from a loan. Telegraph office that was out there. So overtime Reuters service forwarding messages to and from the continent was not really as necessary anymore. People did however want the news and in places that weren't yet connected by telegraph. Whoever got a story out. I was at a huge advantage as more and more of Europe was connected by wire it leveled the playing field, but before the first transatlantic telegraph cable was completed in August of eighteen fifty eight speed was still key to making money from news coming into Europe from North America. The only way for news to make its way between North America and Europe before that line was complete which we have a whole episode on archive only way to do that was by ship. Most of these ships arriving in Europe, docked cork, but the first place that they spotted land was in cricket about seventy five miles or one hundred twenty kilometers southwest. So it took about eight hours for ships to make this last leg of the journey from craven to cork, and then dock and then deliver the news that they had on board so Reuter employed small fast boats at crook. Even once the incoming vessel carrying the news sight of shore somewhat aboard Chuck dispatch off the side in a sealed container Reuter smaller. Ship would retrieve it take it back to shore. And telegraph the dispatch back to London and there were ships doing this. Same thing on the other end of the journey at Nova Scotia cracks me up that this is how people were trying to get the story out. I was just by hugging containers off the sides of boats. I mean they were sending pigeons with trust. So. Yeah. Reuter did know that eventually there would be an underwater cable connecting Europe to North America. So just like the telegraph had closed the gap and made his pigeon post obsolete at some point this same exact thing was going to happen to his whole creek haven..

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"reuter" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"reuter" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"So some people the first documented message sent by pigeon has that moment in the biblical book of Genesis when the dove returns to Noah carrying an olive branch after the great flood pigeons were used in ancient Rome to carry the results of chariot races. And Gingas Kahn had a whole network of messenger pigeons. People been doing this for an extremely long time. Yes, pigeons were well established as a way to send messages by this point Reuter was just at an ideal spot to make particularly good use of them. He established the institute for the transmission of telegraph messages in Arkham and on April twenty fourth eighteen fifty he signed an agreement with pigeon breeder. Henrik Geller for twenty five pigeons Geller is also they rented rooms from when they first arrived in Aachen, and he may have also invested in their business so homing pigeons only fly one route they fly back home. And this case home was talking. So this whole setup required there to be some. Nobody in Brussels to get the news from Paris by telegraph, and then transcribe it loaded up on the pigeon, and let the pigeon go to fly back to then in Aachen somebody had to collect the pigeon, retrieve the message transmitted by telegraph and then load the pigeon up into a special crate and take it to the train station to send it back to Brussels. So running this operation in autumn required. Both Clementina and Julius one to run the office while the other ran all of the Aaron's, including running those pigeons to the train station. It also required an office in Brussels with pigeons whose home was there to receive messages from Aachen that side of things was run by Prussian army officer, Lieutenant Vilma. Stephan that train trip between aachen-brussels took about ten hours by comparison. The average flying speed for a homing pigeon is roughly sixty miles an hour or ninety six kilometers an hour. So a pigeon could fly between Brussels and Aachen in about an hour and a half that news carried. I pigeon was much much faster than news that was put on the train. And sent that way. The train though was still necessary to get the birds back to their starting point Julius Reuter was thirty four when he started this venture, which focused on sending stock prices and other financial information. It was known as mister Reuters prices and the birds were called the pigeon post. It was his first overall successful business, although it was really built on knowledge he'd been gathering since his teens. He had learned about banking from his uncle about the telegraph from Carl Gauss about pigeons from his work with the office news agency and about writing and publishing from various other jobs along the way. Reuters new business grew pretty quickly on July twenty six eighteen fifty a little more than three months after they signed their first agreement another agreement transferred all of hair Gillers, two hundred pigeons over to Reuter, Reuters success with the pigeon post wasn't just because of the engineer eighty and hard work that he. Clementina put into all of this Reuter was also starting to show some business savvy in April of eighteen fifty he got in touch with Rothschilds in London to sign an exclusive business deal in which Reuter agreed to get.

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"reuter" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"reuter" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Eighteen forty nine Julius Clementina Reuter combined all their experience so far to try producing and distributing their own publication. It was essentially newsletter combined stock prices and news and political goings on sometimes a little bit gossip, but they were once again, not really able to get this off the ground. They just couldn't get enough subscribers to turn a profit. So when collectors came to seize their assets, eighteen forty nine they decided it was time to leave Paris. The next stop was Aachen, which is near the current border between Germany and Belgium, Aachen had come to prominence in the eighth and ninth. Centuries is the home of the Bursch Charlemagne later at had become a thriving center of manuscript creation and publishing and it was well situated to be an information hub in the geography of the day. It was Jason to Prussia. Holland, France, and Belgium, and that made it an easy connecting point for travel, trade and information. This trend and being sort of a connecting point all these things continued into the nineteenth century as an international railway line made its way through Aachen, but on October first eighteen forty nine a new telegraph line opened which connected Aachen, super Lynn. There was a separate line across the border in Belgium. And that line was the French Belgian line that ran from Paris to Brussels, so often was on one side of the scap and the line the gap stretched about ninety miles one hundred and forty four kilometers between Brussels and Aachen. So if somebody bridge that gap that could connect Paris to Berlin along the telegraph line, and that someone or really those someone's were Julius and Clementina Reuter who bridge the gap in the line with pigeons to be clear. They definitely were not the first people ever to send messages using pigeons pigeons or the oldest domesticated birds and people have been using them for food, companionship, entertainment and carrying messages all over the world for thousands of years. Pigeons and doves are in the same family..

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"reuter" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"reuter" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"So rather than being mostly a homemaker and a help mate, she took a really active part in all of his various business ventures, essentially she worked as anything from an unpaid assistant to an unpaid partner dependent on exactly what was needed. But in spite of clementine is help Julius wasn't able to get the London branch of writers publishing company off the ground. It seems like they're just was not as much demand for German books as they had anticipated. So soon the couple was back in Germany living in Berlin, Julius partnered with Llosa's star guard to form another publishing house called Stargardt and Reuter. This was once again, not one of Julius more successful ventures years later Stargardt accused Reuter. Of disappearing from eighteen forty eight Leipzig book, fair taking all of the money from their sales with him Reuter didn't admit any guilt and all this, but he did offer to repay the money, which some people interpreted is basically admitting he had done it. While others interpreted. It is just him wanting the issue to be over with and having the money to do it that way. Yeah. That's what I call a buy your freedom situation. I want you to leave me alone about this. Here's some dollars. Additionally writer was publishing pamphlets that were for the time quite radical. They advocated democracy and progressive policies. This might not seem at all radical by today's standards, but a revolution swept through Germany in eighteen forty eight and eighteen forty nine. It was driven by an economic depression that included high unemployment and food shortages, peaceful protests failed to bring about any kind of change. And after king. Louis Philippe was deposed in France, the situation in Germany progressed to. Food riots and other violence, Reuters pamphlets and the demonstrators were on the same side at first seemed as though this revolution was going to be successful. Especially after a number of progressives were installed in the German government. But these changes did not last and soon the progressives or once again out of favor by eighteen forty nine. Conservatives would be back in control and all of this together, led the Reuters family to leave Germany again, they settled this time in Paris in Paris Reuter got a job at of us news agency, working as a translator of us news agency was founded by Charlotte. We office who was from a Sephardic Jewish family. In the agency translated and distributed news articles, they mainly used pigeons to distribute their work all the agency was also starting to experiment with the telegraph. Let's combination of news and pigeons and the telegraph would set the stage for Reuter becoming a household name in the world of international news..

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"reuter" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"reuter" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"The podcast. I'm Tracy Wilson. Paulie, fry we have kind of an accidental theme in the episode that search lately inspired by things I read on Twitter, which makes it sound. Like, I'm reading Twitter a lot which is the opposite of true. Whenever I opened Witter. I just kind of zoom up to the top three most recent things and then go away from that. So I just coincidentally have caught various interesting tweets lately this time, it was author insci- communicator, Rosemary Moscow who had a Twitter thread about pigeons and how cool they are. And how they are all over cities because humans put them there. So don't be mad at them for it. The pigeons didn't do it themselves, and in this thread, one of the things she said was Paul Julius Reuter of Reuters use them to carry stock prices. And I replied and said well now, I have to podcast on Paul Julius Reuter, which is where we are the man who would later become known as Julius Reuter was born in Israel, beer USA, fat on July twenty first eighteen sixteen. He was born near castle in the electorate of Hess castle, which would later become Prussia. And is now Germany his father was rabbi Samuel Levi. Joseph at and he was the third of four children when the young Israel was about sixteen his father died, and he was sent to live with an uncle in girton, Germany has ran a Bank and the plan was for Israel to train their to enter the finance industry at about the same time, physicist and mathematician, Carl Friedrich Gauss was also in girton experimenting with electrical signals, telegraph technology. It is not entirely clear how these two meant Israel would have been running errands and making deliveries for his uncle. So it's possible that he delivered something to go. And they struck up acquaintance regardless though, Israel was fascinated by these experiments, which started in eighteen thirty in eighteen thirty three Gauss successfully Senta message over wire from his lab to an observatory mile away and eighteen forty one when he was about twenty five Israel started going by new name, which was Julius. It was probably after his birth month of July and in the. Eighteen forty's. He also left the world of banking and started working at a publishing house in Berlin called Reuters publishing company in those same years..

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"reuter" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"reuter" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"The scenes in question entirely innocent a non sexual and occurred within the click context of preparation foreign judging dog show we regard the comments made about the film as suggesting grooming as a misinterpretation of the scenes in question he had apparently the film's chief credited reuter has said that he sees nothing to do with him and what to do with the rewrites whichever way you look at it it's you know it's a very very messy situation and would film in any way interesting it might be you know be more of it but it isn't it's it's it's a really really look lame limp movie that isn't funny and does make a joke about why isn't nobody makes talking dog movies anymore and then proceeds to demonstrate why nobody makes talking dog movies anymore it's incidentals i don't expect it will be the very long i think that counts as comes down okay good so rich insulted yeah says eight minutes to four other ones do i know you have how many just yeah we don't spend eight minutes till i got to but you have to zone what do i do i get looking go ahead it's not long as about code violations and you need to you need to sit in pronounce because it's one of the things that you have to okay it's by cinema stuff and i now feel that my world is intact as rich insulted on the grounds that if they can't get it right we'll for humanity so i'm the local cineplex what she eventually infinity will the end of the screening as the credits roll almost instantly a member of staff comes in the lights of brightly raised this member staff strut it across the auditorium looked at the message massey's as loudly proclaimed there is no post credit scene so you can all go.

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"reuter" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"reuter" Discussed on Q95

"Don't let him reuter our they at the eric's we will not even try i kinda like what's the point of the story they just released it yesterday yeah so modern awesome contemporary artists artists ism quotes is it the amax is it the amac yes it is the amac ciao y'all gonna make milu's ma ma lin girl ooh i thought we were having fun novel hearing you think that's good he doesn't i do maxine i speak i think it's fun i think it's five get a appeals do a sect of uh he was being interviewed by somebody and she said you know we're your hot what about what's your favors christmas song if he goes oh rudolf renovated she goes you know the worry i'd all awards and he starts doing there it's great and they and they were released it annex i think it finally you know there's a certain uh i've been glued watch black children don't feel represented representative candidate now getting here both represented in there when it comes to these standard christmas songs in this like donny hathaway adult than this christmas and that doesn't counter nat king cole this christmas r y june something from this censure run dmz nine know nat king cole all what is it a christmas songs i want to cut that might be the great yeah i mean recorded christmas song ever this blows it's fawn no this is what is this let wrapping around the christmastree now as three christmas wrapping what is the wrong graf in the present audio dmc has a christmas on christmas them house christophersen hollows that's what's is that what does that mean that a prison christmas were though yes tom it's a prison you will luna.

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"reuter" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

The Overwhelmed Brain

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"reuter" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

"We love you so much that if you don't come home were taking the money out i mean they didn't say those words but that's what i am interpreting i'll show you how much i love you by taking something away it's so twisted but it's definitely in that dumb area of narcissism they comment about how other people don't love you or like you and is very similar reuter said his at bill said this bells of that but imagine hearing you know you're in a grandma came over in your she hasn't really love you she just likes to have you around because you are bring the grandchildren over her southern like that some of the stuff as evil another thing they'll say as other people don't love you like i do there's a a a definite narcissistic comment isn't it no one will ever love you like i do you know i bet there are at least ten thousand people right now they can resonate with that very statement because there's so many a lot of men do this there's a lot of men when the relationship is ending that will say something stupid like that they'll go no one's ever gonna love you like i do when i hear that i hear i don't love your i'm just desperate need you to stay because no one else will love me that's what i hear sought the common one another one is the feel the need to put you in your place you know you'll never be good enough you know you're not good enough to go to college you know you're not smart enough to work at that job you know you're not a pretty enough for that person or handsome enough for that person they just bring it right down to this is who you are in this nothing you can do about it again attempt to make you feel bad so that they feel good because if you feel bad they could be the hero.

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"reuter" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"reuter" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"You know i've i've had plenty subordinates who've made mistakes and certainly have to correct it and pulled him aside and assuming it's not a criminal action or something that's that's a war crime you're just give them that reuter correction because that's how they learn and that's how they move forward and then you you constantly you know we always have the saying hey good initiative bad judgment tuesday you wanna keep reinforcing the initiative but it let's think this through a little bit better and that's where being an active leader in manager something where we don't see that a lot and one of the organisations i work with especially the entrepreneurial organizations where they they just get frustrated somebody's made a mistake and all of a sudden they dismiss them or it know there's the cold shoulder or or the fire them and it's like will hold on a second dolto the baby out with the bathwater this is a great person the fact that they made that mistake means they were they were thinking they were trying to do something but we as leaders didn't communicate clearly serve the boundaries that were acceptable and the importance of the initiative so it's it's it's it's it's only develops over time and it's something that starts at the top because of midlevel manager will destroy a subordinate because they're afraid of how the senior leadership is going to view them so it has to started the top communicated down to embrace the risk embraced change nakahara's zero deep x mentality but a lot of times it's lipstick or look you know you just have these the senior leaders i l it's okay if you make a mistake and then you make a mistake and you lose x amount of money low at you're fired with a second i was doing exactly what you told me the yepes screwed up time to go so turn a little bit from.

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"reuter" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"reuter" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"You know i've i've had plenty subordinates who've made mistakes and certainly have to correct it and pulled him aside and assuming it's not a criminal action or something that's that's a war crime you're just give them that reuter correction because that's how they learn and that's how they move forward and then you you constantly you know we always have the saying hey good initiative bad judgment tuesday you wanna keep reinforcing the initiative but it let's think this through a little bit better and that's where being an active leader in manager something where we don't see that a lot and one of the organisations i work with especially the entrepreneurial organizations where they they just get frustrated somebody's made a mistake and all of a sudden they dismiss them or it know there's the cold shoulder or or the fire them and it's like will hold on a second dolto the baby out with the bathwater this is a great person the fact that they made that mistake means they were they were thinking they were trying to do something but we as leaders didn't communicate clearly serve the boundaries that were acceptable and the importance of the initiative so it's it's it's it's it's only develops over time and it's something that starts at the top because of midlevel manager will destroy a subordinate because they're afraid of how the senior leadership is going to view them so it has to started the top communicated down to embrace the risk embraced change nakahara's zero deep x mentality but a lot of times it's lipstick or look you know you just have these the senior leaders i l it's okay if you make a mistake and then you make a mistake and you lose x amount of money low at you're fired with a second i was doing exactly what you told me the yepes screwed up time to go so turn a little bit from.

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