21 Burst results for "Rific"

Italy Probes Cable Car Crash As Lone Child Survivor Recovers

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Italy Probes Cable Car Crash As Lone Child Survivor Recovers

"He is probing a cable car crash as a little child survives that is almost on Sunday killed fourteen people whether the lead cable apparently snapped on the cabin career down a mountain the ticket pulled off the line and crashed to the ground the lone survivor of the rific incident a five year old is really boy living in Italy remains hospitalized in touring with multiple broken bones Italian media identified all the all the victims as residents of Italy that is also in one of the most picturesque spots in northern Italy overlooking lakes near Switzerland raises questions about the quality and safety of the today's transport infrastructure I'm Charles Taylor this month

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"rific" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"rific" Discussed on KTOK

"Talk USA simply smarter wireless and that is so so true you know we've been hammering this this issue of hormones and other governors who who did such a grave hor rific disservice to the elderly in their states it's almost unspeakable and I know people talk about it now who hadn't talked about it when they should have to try to stop this but this is heart wrenching to have a mother or a grandmother or sister not who's frail and elderly in a nursing home and then the government the governor insists that they accept individuals coming out of hospitals who have corona virus positive tests no none of us would have done that none of us so yes Mister producer I guess was yesterday rich hi said go up on the S. CD's the on the New York department of health site and pull down that directive again I think it was March was March twenty fifth it's not there anymore she's not there anymore do we have it yes we kept the cut a picture of it because you know we posted it on Facebook and Twitter we posted on my website we posted the link but the link is caught so now we have the picture these pastors are trying to cover their tracks call must come up with every cockamamie argument you can possibly think of the last one is trump made him do it trump made into well trump didn't make dissent astute did make can't do it trump didn't make any governor dot any endangered Cuomo has very very high ratings in New York and I know many of you who listen to this program in New York I was disgusted with him as everybody else's the problem is you're outnumbered you're out numbered you're out numbered in New York you're outnumbered in New Jersey you're out numbered in Illinois you're out numbered in California you're out numbered in Michigan I could go on and yet you have to live with the consequences of what these fools though and not only that you have to pay for but now its reach to the point where they're endangering your life no I said the communist Chinese regime is responsible for a hundred thousand dead Americans that's true but there is a footnote.

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"rific" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"rific" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Go west of the Rockies Russell's in Oakland California Russell welcome are you to record to rific thank you don't Hey are you going to ask you what's in the sweater why is it the holy grail what is the content of the letter why is it important why are we even talking about it what's inside it well we had discussed it briefly L. go ahead Michael well I'll just get to the bottom line on this kind of stuff because literally it if it takes awhile and by the way Russell I would implore you to just go on the internet and call up the admiral Wilson smoking gun memo you can call it whatever you want and read it to for yourself it's fifteen pages single spaced chock full of information including the idea in reality that this document is stating that Roswell New Mexico a crash happened and dead bodies were recovered both dead and alive the fact that the military this is a big independent underbelly special access program manager and their lawyer and the security director talking with admiral Wilson explaining to him that indeed they have a craft that can travel through interstellar space through our atmosphere of course under water in truth dimensions that's how strange and that's just a smattering of the information that is included in this memo but I think you'll be really our hobby disputed other details that are investing that we just don't have a whole lot of time to explain all the details in our our interview tonight but I would I would love to have you read them you shall Russell thank you for that yet we we I'd had Michael's sort of briefly summarize it at the beginning because it has been talked about numerous numerous times on on coast to coast AM but Michael you coming sort of from a different perspective having had invented it and and I wanted to get your take on you know or your role in in releasing it to the public we just have less than a minute here so let me get you to let people know how they can get in on these weekly he UFO I team meetings that you have Wednesdays I know now they're on their own zoom you're not gathering in Danny's but how can people watch these yeah what thank you Richard for that day we literally do have people join us from around the world now on our unicast meetings which are now on Monday evenings and Pacific time about six PM Pacific standard time and they can go to the UFO I. team on FACEBOOK do you download the zoom link if they'd like to join us or joined us on Facebook live it's well we would really appreciate them coming on and telling us their story Michael a real delight speaking with you thank you so much for this my pleasure thank you for asking me again that Richard all right Michael W. hall A. K. A. the paranormal lawyer and when we come back Jim Perry host of the podcast you for Matt.

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"rific" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"rific" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The thank you Mr president and I just wanna echo what doctor Burke said just a few few short months ago I was one of those doctors on the front lines and I know how to rific they're working and how well they're doing thing Merican people on a shout out to them first just the wonderful work that they do that they do every day so president trump asked the FDA to remove all unnecessary barriers that were in place to help with the development of both diagnostics and therapeutics Inc and we have done that to give you an update on FDA's efforts around serological tests which is you know our antibody tests which detect in the blood the natural immunity that someone might develop in response to infection in this case code nineteen these aren't diagnostic tests but these are tests that actually detecting antibodies so an indication that one has had the infection and has responded I think it's important for everyone to understand that the timing of the response of the antibody teen fiction isn't completely known but we know that it takes some time to actually develop that and there's two types of antibody responses that can be detected and the antibody tests are just one piece of the larger response that you've heard in the America returning to work a plan that the president has with test process developed in this pandemic is truly unprecedented in nature and you'll see reports around the world of different antibody tests that have been used I think that's a reflection of the fact that we're just learning to and beginning to understand what that response looks like and many of these tests have different characteristics that allow detected different points in the infection I do want to address one issue that we are laser focused on at FDA and that is in an effort to provide laboratories and health care providers the early access to tasks we issued a policy earlier in March that allowed test developers the opportunity to quickly get their test to market and address the needs of the nation is posed by the epidemic in March we provided this regulatory flexibility to manufacturers and here's what we required of them then the manufacturers had to validate their tests and called self validation similar to it many tests will present the world have done they had to notify FDA that they had performed that validation and then they had to label their products appropriately in the package insert with information about the validation as well as the fact that it's not a diagnostic test it's an antibody test the bottom line here is that FDA still expects manufacturers and test developers to validate their antibody tests even under this revised policy yeah we've got a couple of things actually help end users to help laboratories but providers Exeter states in terms of their use of these antibody test one is that we're working with CDC NCI actually validate some of the more than ninety manufacturers have notified us that they brought their test to market to do an independent validation and that process is going to expect to hear more information this week about that and we will provide that information in a transparent manner and we also want to go after anyone who is office saying that the test has been authorized war has or has been approved by the FDA but actually hasn't we've authorized for applications for antibody tests and a hundred and forty test developers are pursuing applications for us as we speak so it's not okay for someone to say that it has been authorized or approved by FDA when it hasn't and we are pursuing them both by in direct contact with the manufacturers but also at the border and so we have increased these interdiction efforts and we will continue to out reach and do and do that with the manufacturers to make sure that we provide the most up to date information to the end use of these products and we will continue to make all of our efforts both in the diagnostics and therapeutics to help America open up again thank you Mr president.

president doctor Burke
"rific" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"rific" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Barhydt the national religious broadcasters convention yesterday had some very sharp things to say to sharpen terms a wise and smart cut twelve go well many factors have contributed to the polarized politics of today I think one significant reason for our politics has that why our politics have become so intense so polarized so ill tempered is that some in the so called progressive movement have broken away from the fold of liberal democracy to pursue a society more in line with the thinking of Russo then with the founders of our great Republic that has played a major role in our politics becoming less like a disagreement within a family and more like a blood feud between two different clans over the past few decades those further to the left of increasingly identified themselves as progressives rather than liberals and some of these progressives have become increasingly militants and totalitarian in their style while they seek power through the democratic process their policy agenda has become more aggressively collectivist socialist and explicitly revolutionary you know one of the things this Attorney General has times he's taken on the progress of his and the culture and he's doing a trip to rific job of it as well and those of you who've read rediscovering Americanism and the tyranny of progressivism you're able to follow this and some of you haven't very very easily more from bill barred the national religious broadcasters convention yesterday cut thirteen go the crux the progress of the progressive program use of the public purse to provide ever increasing benefits to the public and thereby build a permanent political constituency of supporters who are also dependent they want able bodied citizens to become more dependent subject to greater control and increasingly supportive of this dependency the task goal of this project is to convert all of us in the twenty five year olds living in the government's basement focusing our energies on obtaining a larger allowance rather than getting a job and moving out and taking responsibility for ourselves brilliantly put an outstanding Attorney General so many ways we'll be right back then news radio eight forty WHAS from I heart radio.

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"rific" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"rific" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"It's always good for the log the dog looks at Josh Josh is running the board S. S. Steve Kerr joining us at the bottom of the hour right this moment earlier in the show that the owner approved a CBA was put forth to the players one is basically saying well as we did you a solid now wanted to go ahead in around five is so we can get on with the offseason free agency and also give these television contracts won't you be some some some good employees and do that and high profile players specifically one J. J. watt said no J. J. watt said hard to know on the new CBA it is interesting though vats the NFL players we'll all get a chance to vote on this owner rific CBA next week normally what happens is that the team reps the individual team reps vote on it if two thirds of the team reps say this is good then it goes to the players and a simple majority of the players voting yes Ford means bam new CBA let's let's get on to business it is interesting that the players have decided to vote on this which is you know maybe I'm projecting here but it sure seems like the players want to take a stand say now we're rejecting this flat out overwhelmingly I would think and maybe they would try to enforce the owner's hand which of course you know the owners elected Hans force but I just find it interesting I guess said that if I provide players come out said no in the seventeen game season no on not being compensated normally for the seventeenth game and other things and let's all vote on it and like I said everybody turned it turned out I think this is the player's opportunity guys to really go for it why because it's clear it is really clear what's going on here and that is that the owners in the NFL they need a a period of labor peace to negotiate these massive new television contracts that they want to finalize any of the networks right there with money in hand and the NFL's sees that money and they want it and they still so right now I would say the owners is maybe more so than the players are are motivated to get a deal done soon soften the players I make not yeah I don't want the deal to go away but I want to make sure that this I get a full bite of the apple here and then I get exactly what I want because the players haven't had too many instances where they've had any leverage on the owners and this might be the first time maybe ever that they've that they've got a motivated group of owners at the table so I think they can take advantage so what do you want I'm trying to think of him a football player what do I want thank you this is my chance because this came about quickly this wasn't something we've known about for months like bam all of a sudden tears like them and I don't know how how how many the players knew this was coming or was kinda like bay wide we had a vote on this seventeen games playoff games this is about the story for a long time so maybe they did it on purpose of the players couldn't get together and figure this out for a month or so trying to figure out exactly what they wanted I mean for sure you're gonna pay me one seventeenth of my salary or one sixteenth I mean I'm I'm I'm getting that you know I have been playing extra game in capital at two fifty there's just no way in hell that's going to happen the whatever I make I'm getting an extra game Jack it for that game I'm playing that game ed so I'm getting that for sure that's that's something if they'd if they would agree upon a disabled then you know go smoke a pipe a double get out here I'm not even to think about that so it did Larry you mention Exter bye week that's certainly something that that I think would sound appealing today want marijuana taken off the shopping list maybe it did maybe a bye week before your Thursday games I think would be something I would I would ask for it I don't even know if that's feasible I don't know how many Thursday games you can play I don't know if like to the mold made maybe they say look we don't know what to thirty games at most and we want our bye weeks to figure out you figure out a way to give us a bye week before Thursday gave grand I would think that the huge they're not going with the pro rated deal for the seventeenth you know that they they don't want to they want the seventeenth game and with the cap of was a two fifty or something just turned fifty thousand yeah I mean that that's that's a non starter they go away yeah that's a that's a non starter and that that one right there if I'm to Maurice Smith that's almost insulting him that's like the owner saying the players are so desperate will throw them there's some tripe and they'll just eat there is go for it now now they're not going to go for it they're gonna want a pro rated portion for that seventeenth game they're not gonna have hundreds of players taking pay cuts you know it's just not that's not that's a non starter for the union ever more benefits when you retire you know that would be something I would I would definitely try to ask for you know I'd I'd ask for more better medical benefits when I retire in fact come to think of it because we're just kind of thinking about this on the flight to come to think of it that might be the first thing I asked for I mean they they they did the game check would be a nonstarter for not gonna pay me what I'm already making for one seventeen the disco way but but maybe more than anything else I would say look you got you got to do a better job of taking care of us when we retire but this time with anything else we think of this idea the the force not forcing but telling the teams that you'd like them all to have some form of a golden heart fun type so you know you know fund for the layers of their team so that that these teams start to take care of the players have played for them like the forty Niners are doing in the dolphins are doing and they may be the only two teams in the league doing this right now and I I think you're actually right if I'm a player I'd like to see okay when the when the when the lights died at me on the music dies down the lights turn off and I'm no longer on the stage do you just kick me to the curb or is there some mechanism within the game that's there to help me adjust back to civilian life style our civilian life and and find another job after my three year careers over yeah it's a damn disgrace that they make as much money as they make is a legal Kate they care their players better than they do I mean I don't know how the NBA does that I know I get insurance when I I give you whenever I retire whenever I stop doing this I can get insurance through the NBA Players Association because I played that certain amount of years I wish I could play a couple more years it could get it for the whole family then the final and then killing me who thinks what insurance when you think twenty nine years old do you think they held that information from you or you just you just did no you just didn't your dad is that I just didn't look and I don't know if that made a difference at that point I mean when you're twenty nine thirty who thinks about when you're like sixty meal Debbie net that's the problem with the NFL is like these careers are so short these guys want to get as much money as possible so they don't wanna strike could cost in in game checks and careers in the NFL like three years on average if not less than that so they can't they're not thinking about the older player they're not thinking about someone who's sixty whose whose scalp one because that's thirty five years from now I can't think about that right now I'm gonna be a live at that point that's why a lot of people struggle retire because they don't say they're like oh oh damn I better start saving full by that time you like fifty two yeah like ten years NBA they offer pension for guys that are like forty six early pet you don't get nearly as much but some guys need it they got to take it because they they've they've done nothing after their playing career they squandered away their their fortunes if they ever had in the first place and then they need the money they gave me the five hundred I'll take my when I'm sixty two sixty three like nearly everybody else does so you end up getting more money which is kind of interesting the people that need the money get less money because they don't have any have any options but the medical part of it is that god I have a regular insurance there's the same insurance I had when I was in the NBA cobra insurance I think it's pretty decent I don't know how would I be I don't know I just have to pay something but you're at least taken care of for like big things you'll have a you know you won't have to just kill yourself to pay all this stuff so but I mean even if those guys and then this is N. B. A. stuff right but one of my deal with when I mean I deal with some health issues but it's not because of the NBA I guess my shoulder the only they are thrown into my shoulder my hip but that was a football injury that wasn't even NBA that was like a dislocated my hip playing football so I don't even notice anything NBA related I look at go you know what if I didn't play in the NBA I wouldn't have this problem today and I really wish the N. B. would take care of me because I'm scuffle in unfortunate I'm not Scotland and I played the sport where do you don't have that sort of thing football it that's eggs that's it that's all it is these guys that are playing this violence poured it when they're fifty so many of them you know it's it's trouble getting around it's not only the the big issue of the day the brain issues you know it's shoulders hips knees it's all kinds of stuff we're just like them all right and then you got to pay for it to get the hardship at that mentally physically your mass in this league that is made billions upon billions upon billions of dollars can't take care of the guys they help them well they want those bills yeah well yes that that's a very like I kind of the yeah.

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"rific" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"rific" Discussed on KOMO

"Common to Saturday whole rific fire deaths of children in a group home were both there would be rescuers and living conditions the little or nothing to help ABC's Chuck she returned fifteen children are dead after a fire swept through a Haitian children's home run by a Scranton Pennsylvania based religious nonprofit outside the capital port au prince a childcare worker at the home tells the Associated Press that about half of those who died were babies are toddlers adding that firefighters took ninety minutes to arrive with zero equipment the orphanage had been using candles because of generator problems the nonprofit the church of Bible understanding lost accreditation after inspections in twenty twelve and eight P. visit found rooms dark Spartan overcrowded and unsanitary the church says it won't comment until all the facts are in Chuck's Iverson ABC news a world forced change up at spirit airlines after recent years hurricanes forced the low cost carrier the temporarily move some staff the company is moving its operations control center from South Florida to the Nashville Tennessee area officials say eleven point three million dollar investment will bring nearly three hundred fifty jobs to Tennessee the center handles flight dispatch crew scheduling maintenance routing and air traffic control coordination Dave Schreiber ABC news this won't happen again that's the promise from the Houston Astros is a address of sign stealing scandal let's turn major league baseball upside down here's ABC's will read a swing and a miss for the Houston Astros this will never happen again on my watch the team holding a press conference to address its role in this sign stealing scandal that has rocked baseball the Astros accused of using a sophisticated.

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"rific" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"rific" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Sri global for rific torturous death his funeral was yesterday at the at the homily the family of the bishop of the church where this funeral was held the bishop told the mourners Thomas was just a little boy just wanted to be loved I wanted to be hardened wanted to be cherished he wanted to be wanted he was a gift this bishop who baptized the little boy as a baby said that our system had failed and here's the part we already know that if these charges are true there will be a special place in hell for these monsters who did this to this child but here's the worst part the fiance is like the step mother the boy's biological mother lost custody of the boy in a bitter child custody dispute with this man so she lost custody a few years ago do you know she has been tweeting for a year about the way this child was being abused she had videos of the way he was being abused by these people she was crying out for help for a long time before this boy was killed and she was begging people to help her she kept calling child protective services they went out to the home well the family wasn't there one day then they went to another place he he fell through the cracks they knew there was abuse going on the the officials knew something bad was happening here and do you know that this boy was never rescued he died the most unspeakable death you could imagine and the pictures of this little boy this smiling fresh faced beautiful child sh sleeping on the garage floor the cement floor in nineteen degree weather it is a one of his brothers a ten year old little boy named Anthony read a a verse from the Bible at the funeral yesterday he said good as the lord to the one who waits for him it is a horrifying story and the fact and I looked at the mother the biological mothers tweets they go way back they go back a year or two she was saying this man my ex husband is abusing my child my child has special needs he's autistic he he is Baba no one helped no one helped them and that child shop for this kind of death so I the reason I shall I don't mean to break you down the reason I share with you I don't want to bring you down and all that but it's because it's a horrifying story I just when watching the look of on on peddling his face and Eric's face and Derek and lance just hearing the story just turns your stomach into knots I mean it's it's it's terrible to think that any adult if these charges are true again I understand innocent till proven guilty they'll be a trial we will see they say there's video evidence of all if it's true evil Israel evil he is he is not an illusion and more importantly if you're aware of this kind of thing happening in your neighborhood with a with a neighbor with a family member with a friend please please do what you can to help I saw a video the other day in also in New York City of a woman was trapped under a car and you know what like thirty people bystanders all came and lifted that car off the woman he was such a beautiful video yes New York City that rice has a hot new Yorkers there also the all these good Samaritans came from everywhere to try to help this lady and she's gonna be okay we do care people do have a caring loving spirit and if we're not caring for the most innocent among us then were nothing where nobody I wish this child had nobody nobody and there's more horrors to this story that I'm not even going to share with you about the case these kids showing up at school shaqtin urine just it's awful it's a horrified at the fashion thing about it is the according to a former housekeeper or nanny this family try to keep up the pretense of they were like the Brady bunch the house is very nice it's a big it's a nice house in the suburbs on Long Island but how many times we heard of that there's a house of horrors behind those walls how many times we heard about cases of abuse neglect violence evil we've got to make people aware you gotta make that call I know the system fails us and the system failed this child in a big way it's it's it's I'm sure that there was this much warning with the biological mother desperately trying to warn everybody it's it's it's mad me that there was notification so I don't know I hope justice is served in this case but this little boy is never coming back and it just it just rips my heart out the story hurts my soul and if there's anything any good I can do on this radio show the people listen to around the country is that I hope that a case like this will raise the level of awareness and make sure that if you have suspicions that something you know is going on make people aware of it make the authorities aware of it it might be a false alarm but certainly better to be safe than.

Thomas
"rific" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"rific" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Let's check your traffic and weather together and we're looking to rific on roadways right now northbound thirty seven ten through commerce smooth sailing same story north bound to anyone started sixteen oh four had not all the way of pass don't know parkway if you see a problem today let us know about a call the tip blinded to winnow seventy five twenty six so one Megan bishop newsradio twelve under W. away I another beautiful winter day as far as San Antonio goes we have lots of sunshine and store a high of seventy for tonight slow getting down to forty four right now clear skies of forty two degrees all in the Middle East let me tell ya the boiling over following that air strike that killed a Ronnie and general Qassem Soleimani Friday morning president trump warning a Ron he already has fifty two targets to strike back if Tehran doesn't knock off the threats the president tweeted that's one of each of the fifty two American hostages taken in nineteen seventy nine and a series of tweets trump is warning Iran if it strikes any Americans or American assets he'll go after those targets some of which he says are very high level and important to Iran into running in culture and meanwhile you gotta run who's a band abandoning the limits of the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal that it struck with a number of countries but you know they haven't exactly been following that accord on day and we got rocket attacks are being reported in Baghdad last night Iraqi officials say two of the rockets at the heavily fortified green zone where the U. S. embassy is located no casualties reported several rocket rockets were also fired toward the Balad air base north of Baghdad and you've got American troops are stationed there and of course as the situation in Iraq continues to boil defense officials now say three Americans were killed in an attack on a military base in Kenya early yesterday that includes one US service member and two civilian contractors with the department of defense two other defense employees were wounded and we're being have evacuated the militant group al Shabab is claiming responsibility for that incident also alleging they destroyed planes helicopters and vehicles and then you've got a rocks.

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"rific" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"rific" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was like a two rific coal like you with the path to a one timer shot like it was a goal that all stars make with Adam says Scott you're in remember this the three on three there is the icon of open night there's nowhere to go like there's nowhere to hide John says the leading up to the right he just kept thinking to myself don't stop don't make for yourself and that's all I was thinking about rats got the puck hold it about center right I don't belong here they think you're a joke all screwed up drops at once the puck drops you just kinda you know everything else goes away and you just start playing hockey this was like going back to when I was younger I was the best there was the fastest but you you know you just start playing and that's what I did this time John seemed to possession of the car birds you had the part we're going up the ice John and his teammates charge across and rights the move into their opponents down when six feet tall Brent burns the plot to John John manages to control it it's kind of up against the boards of using his body to protect the pot trying to figure out what to do next we make this nice little back him burns the at the park on the right wing and all of a sudden I noticed between two defenders there's this nice little lane right to the net I went to the national burn spotted Johnny put the part great my John just like a few feet from the goal and the goal is actually out of position and a wide open net like a like a wide open that but the goalie was likely sliding back into.

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"rific" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"rific" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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International Criminal Court sentences Congolese warlord to maximum 30 years for war crimes, crimes against humanity

BBC World Service

04:33 min | 2 years ago

International Criminal Court sentences Congolese warlord to maximum 30 years for war crimes, crimes against humanity

"Service no big decision is expected in the next hour the international criminal court in the Hague it's due to Paulson since on the Congolese rebel chief posco into Gunnedah he's been convicted for war crimes and sexual slavery in the east of the DRC the former warlord gave himself up to Rwanda's authorities before being extradited and tried in that in the Netherlands on joint from the international criminal court now by the B. B. C.'s Anna holic and I don't remind us who this man is I mean reading I mean we cannot read out the detail of some of his crimes because they ought to have rific to repeat needless to say he has quite a roll call of atrocities doesn't say he does and he was given the nickname the terminator for that reason he had a ruthless reputation in the gold rich region of the P. R. C. I'm today the court will be dealing with two really Faisal questions and all of this because sometimes international justice here in the Hague can feel so removed to the victims and the survivors back especially in Africa which this case the score deal so often with and so the two questions the judges will be dealing with today is how long should this mind spend behind bars and how much compensation should be awarded to the survivors many of whom actually race their lives to come here to the hate to give evidence the onus today's really only ICC to ensure this case can have some hanja will positive impact on their lives and in terms of the atrocities absolutely gruesome because these crimes were relatively recently committed SO two thousand and two two thousand and three a loss of what we saw during the course of the trial was photographic evidence I am and the images that we still have have stayed with those of us who were fortunate that and obviously the families to so in in one case and and some people fight might find some of this I am quite distressing and in the aftermath of a foreman massacre they find forty nine bodies of men women and babies some of the movies they say is somehow their hands ties and they were lying dead in a banana fields and in another case a pregnant woman who force often attempted rape by his rebel soldiers was then murdered by them so this is a really important case for the I CC to have rules the man responsible for all of this to justice and even more important for the cool because it's it has suffered a string of setbacks of recent years some high profile suspects walking free including the I've or informally the Lawrence bye bye earlier this year so this sense is is is so much more than just the sentences and it's a message from the cold absolutely yes although the prosecutor would argue as she tries to steer away from politics and actually this course is all about finding justice so that doesn't necessarily mean finding people guilty but absolutely there have been a string of failures in the past that have led to cases not reaching their final conclusions the collapsing before they reach this verdict stage so since the court was created in two thousand and two with a mandate to bring most powerful people to justice they have had for trials reach conclusion convictions I'm so this yes is is really critical and is being celebrated by human rights groups to as evidence that these most powerful leaders in most cases still men come eventually be brought to justice but it I mean it's also interesting because it represents a series of first so he was the the first person ever to be found guilty of this course of sexual slavery and that was actually one of five two Ben suited the prosecution's missions during her time is to make rape as a weapon of war recognized by international justice I know so he was convicted on thirteen kinds of war crimes five crimes against humanity and he as he mentioned first suspect ever to voluntarily surrender to the I CC but the prosecution's during the course of the trial said well you know it was a night to self preservation he walks into an embassy because he feared if he stays out there on the battlefield he flip flopped so many times between fighting for the rebels financing for the the governments that his life was in danger and actually he was better off here in the Hague you have the choice really listen thank you for joining us for the update the B. B. C.'s on a whole again that talking to us

"rific" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"rific" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"We do have high pressure today for the mid Atlantic and northeast and that'll put clear skies into that region will also see for the most part today the Deep South under clear skies could see some pop up showers Texas along the coast some rain western Texas could pick up rain as a an upper level low continues to provide showers there and then there's snow in the northern Rockies in the ten thousand foot level nothing down below but Yellowstone for instance picking up more snow fall again today and that most likely later tonight when those overnight temperatures fall into the thirties clearing in the desert southwest today a look at your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout. are you here for your mom or dad tells I wonder about this in the beginning of the year and were now get and to the end of it there's a thirty percent federal tax credit for solar that steps down at the end of the year to twenty six percent so you could be missing out on a bunch of money there so if you're on the fence let's get a move on here and call Thomas Olin rific and to see what they can do for you but the truth about the soul whether it's a good investment for you or.

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"rific" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"rific" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Adjacent to our campus because right alongside our campus we have some train tracks including tracks are used by Amtrak and a couple of weeks ago there was a tragedy where the Amtrak train was coming through and there was a truck crossing one of the great crossings and the train hit the the truck the driver of the truck was killed. but the train also de rail. yes and I have to give you kudos cheese your in your force really jumped right in. thank you thank you well it's a very unfortunate accident too many times we seize pedestrians we see drivers that are impatient and just does not want to wait until the train clears and they try to beat the gate and fortune each time it ends in rific incident this time the train did derail it was one of our line I trains that believe that the destination that we're going down that was going down to southern Illinois in the train was moving about seventy five eighty miles an hour and again it it the box truck shortly after two real so believe there was a upwards of a hundred fifty to a hundred seventy five passengers that were aboard this train about four five there were injured had to be bored from the train and there was gas station that was adjacent to the tracks for the walk to and that they were out sit ins and waiting for assistance in waiting for service and our mutual aid plan kicked in it that we have for the the local municipality the will county in the state which allowed us to deliver services to those individuals right away those who were injured were able to get served to get to the hospital and the others that were forced to wait around we opened our doors a governor state to provide them a much more enjoyable place to be able to rest instead of sitting out in the parking lot before they reach finally reach their final destination I believe we had maybe a hundred and thirty they came over to our campus for products in about five or six hours we're gonna take a short break did you stick with us afterward will love finish talking about campus security okay absolutely okay..

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"rific" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"rific" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Absolutely yes we will transition off of fossil fuels natural gas coal oil what about the export of fossil fuels and safely Bama absolutely we must get left there's no I am in favor of an older. ever of a carbon free America in my administration work until the new nuclear power plant well that I don't take you seriously we we we we set up the rules for what kind of plant and coal burning plants. we gonna end factory farming because that is not only that is a danger to the environment and. it will be a true. transition and and and there will be some payment the I guess the the the ratings on it word we're just atrocious this was a colossal mistake be by regular programming on MSNBC if you're watching regular programming on MSNBC you're probably a liberal more importantly Abbas at B. C. and you're not bumping your program for the debate that you probably a line with that should tell you everything yeah but a year SO even liberals right now. I'll just watched bring. I said this at the beginning when they first started these like initial primer you can't expect people to care when there's like still a million candidates you just can't wait it's not a real debate you're not debating and you guys are just going back and forth with rific rhetoric and then just clapping at each other like since we're gonna be talking with representative Tom member coming up just after the top of the hour got the Friday news quiz on the way a little pot talk we're going to get into what exactly the DFL is doing with their push for legalizing recreational marijuana first off though I you can watch the video when you have time at Twin Cities news talk dot com in the justice Andrew page but the daily show of all places did us all a very big favor and put together a a montage of Amy clovers are apparently in the global star has eight joke a joke a joke one joke and she likes to tell it a lot over got a preference this and over if you watch the video you can see this is these are all separate times that she's gone and told this joke the president actually sent out a tweet he made fun of me for talking about climate change in the middle of a blizzard and he called me snow woman..

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Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck announces retirement at age 29

SportsCenter AllNight

04:11 min | 2 years ago

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck announces retirement at age 29

"Let's bring in Jeff record program director and hosted a one oh seven five ten seventy the fan in Indianapolis Jeff characterize the reaction to this sudden news in indie rock more than anything I don't think most fans know quite what to think I know some stadium or a little shocked and upset Andrew luck was walking off the field tonight in street clothes the promos for the reaction I'm seeing on social media what we're getting kind of over the phone people don't quite understand why it's so so they thought that maybe he was gonna be ready to play in week one but Anderson has crossed our because you guys have been talking about this just a long grind the last four and a half years that multiple rib injuries is double a lacerated kidney you had the shoulder problems with that really heartening for two and a half years in which he was in constant pain all the time now he's got this ankle issue that just is not getting better and they're not finding a way forward on that just mentally and physically tired he just reached a point where it's the it's worn on him apparently Jeff we you were a little surprised at the matter of fact way the luck made the announcement but only if you're lucky the very thoughtful guide my guess is that if he first started talking about this with he this past Monday which is what I'm hearing and that he made the decision and then told him Mercedes Hey my guess is that into what is been thinking about it for a long time and I will yes while he was going through that really long tough we have with the shoulder there he was probably thinking long and hard about Hey is this is all this discomfort that I'm going through all the time going to be worth it you know you talk about during those times you wondered if he'd ever play football again he wanted to come back but he he wondered if you wouldn't be able to do that and I just get the sense that this is a is a really smart thoughtful guy and he's wondering what the rest of his life is going to feel like it all he's been doing for the last five years is going through this never ending rehab cycle and I that's that's what I take out of what he told us that that pressed on thank you with Jeff record program director and hosted one oh seven oh five ten seventy the fan in Indianapolis they go from twelve to one to thirty to one with regard to the Superbowl how does this ultimately impact the team well hopefully it's no secret ninety nine times out of a hundred maybe a little bit less than that if you don't have the proverbial franchise quarterback you just don't end up usually winning conference championships were Super Bowl Andrew luck coming off the season that we had last year in which you showed again that he is and a lead quarterback that can make those those four five six plays the game it separate your team from other teens and now they're left to go with a guide to Kobe process who played admirably with Affleck was about two years ago but I don't think anybody can confuse him with Andrew luck anytime soon the team around him seems to be much better that office of line is completely rebuilt from a couple years ago we saw what they were capable of last year Chris Ballard has drafted wealth is a much better all round the quarterback but at the end of the day you know we could really is driven by quarterbacks the colts right now don't seem to have a franchise quarterback how should we remember Andrew luck's tenure as quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts I hope people remember him as a guy who competed hard every time he was on the field that play through some poor rific injuries are you mention but lacerated kidney coming back from that the the regardless situations that you dealt with and all NFL players to some extent deal with injuries Andrews I think we're a little more difficult certainly the shoulder injury but I know we competed hard every time you play to give us some rolling playoff performances I think that come back when you get here the city is what the people remember for a long time but what was the guy that just at the end just the we have the grind of that and his body being in constant pain was apparently just too much for it he Jeff record program director and hosted one oh seven five ten seventy the fan in Indianapolis yeah we appreciate some insight

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"rific" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"rific" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Being here J. seleccion don McLean hope you're having a wonderful wonderful morning thank you for spending a slice of it with us just a piece of it you know best don't forget to come see us tonight for the love of all that's good and right in this world at the thing Kelly rific yeah at the cat video festival at CHS fielding get tickets right there the doors give me a beautiful night I didn't have we received our schedule of Maine are did on the air were for we're gonna have a show meeting right now yeah are we we should be first right because we have to sleep for heaven's sake seeing the lease I believe so I don't know I didn't receive any mail no nonsense please arrive at CHS feel between six PM and six thirty PM the tells us very little so what are we doing we day as Alexis dancing thing whatever you know that's the only I'm ready to interpretive dance mon perfect yeah well we're keyboard cat keyboard cat yeah no well I will see you tonight usually we go on first yeah welcome everyone and the result is that and then we got right hello all right Jack goal here yeah yeah that's right so let's tonight CHS field come join us and they'll be fireworks jurors we will be there that all that's right yeah honoring castle roster rescue we're gonna be getting a big go check to them so yeah we'll see you tonight good weather to what sorry great weather on the studio in the Twin Cities radio's most exciting fantastic prices.

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"rific" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"rific" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"By the scratch off ticket and wins twenty thousand dollars so she took that money invested wisely live happily ever after no this is Florida she went out with her son and his girlfriend and bought three bags of drugs which tested positive for heroin and functional they search for a woman's house they also find more heroin prescription pills ecstasy cocaine residue and a partridge in a pear tree all my beer where there might be some of the our next Florida story we go down to Braden ten were a Florida man every day when he's driving to work he sees the same panhandler day after day week after week month after month yes the past this guy and finally his heart compels them to do something about it a more permanent solution than just giving them a couple Bucks he offers them a job fifteen dollars an hour just to do some yard work and pick up around the house and he says will also help him find a place to stay the panhandler response absolutely not and then pushes against the man kicks the tire of his jeep and tells them to leave for the for a man's heart is absolutely broken he just reached out to another human being in made and was rejected so we had just plan B. he goes home he makes up his own sign and then he goes and stands next to the panhandler all day the sign reads I offered him fifteen dollars an hour to do yard work for me and he refused if we as a community stop paying them they will leave our neighborhood it's a panhandling vigilante Florida man the local ABC affiliate goes down in interviews are new hero and the quote says the only way to get them to leave these people need to stop giving them money almost there might be the worst for last if you have kids in the car just turn it off for about two minutes let's go down to Wakulla county where the first bad sign is this couple lives Oct compound this couple is in their fifties also has a twenty two year old set of twins reportedly in slave by their adoptive parents and abuse and they were forced to wake up at five thirty in the morning to perform farm work all day prohibited from interacting with people outside the home and yeah the dad was sleeping with them that is absolutely the most **** rific life I could imagine for a little girl and it's bad enough that there's a man that would be willing to do that to his own daughters but he has a wife who is sticking with him through all of this how does that make you feel if you're single this guy who's done the most horrific thing you've heard of all year has a girl friend has a wife and you don't Florida stories is a spring rock production spring right media at G. mail dot com follow me on Twitter at James Parker.

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Mike Pence canceled trip to avoid contact with an alleged drug dealer

Dana Loesch

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Mike Pence canceled trip to avoid contact with an alleged drug dealer

"Mike pence's New Hampshire trip was canceled at the last minute rumor that there was like a month ago the trumpets and you guys are gonna find out why you'll find out why and also in a very ominous well now apparently it's because there was a drug dealer her something that was involved I don't know I mean I I had no idea what was going on so he was walking into apparently according to politico a **** rific photo op political rights defense had stepped off the Veep the vice presidential aircraft one of the people who would have seen on the ground was under investigation by the D. E. A. for moving up more than a hundred thousand dollars to fend off from Massachusetts to New Hampshire Sir yeah it that was going to be a really bad photo op and they got tense right out of that well yeah I can

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"rific" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"rific" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"We should be preparing for Dorgan pretending that it's the other way it's Gregory right stone inconvenient facts as the name of the book let me ask you is what what I am arguing with somebody about global warming or climate change the argument I make is that we've had several ice ages we've had several glaciers covering massive mounts of land on planet earth they've always melted therefore must have gotten hotter then they came back in their forgot a lot cold these are cycles obviously and the answer the response I get from these far left pinhead who just can't get themselves out of their own box their responses yeah but we missed one we should have had another ice age and of course my follow up Greg's what you just said why do we want another ice age what we all want to die and start all over again I mean that's really their argument what do you say to them yeah yeah yeah because we've seen I mean they've these coworkers have been just over the last ten thousand years old four thousand years of human history right it's better hold rific whole rific famine pestilence Masti population is whether companies each cold period and it's it's gonna be is gonna be similar maybe not as bad as before but because of the transportation of things I mentioned but it's it's it's going to be bad and and I may I again I welcome the warming temperatures right site seems to want cold temperatures at how do you get how to get through to somebody you say you don't want North America to be she device yeah yeah what I'm going to try and handle that my next book and I'm working on now and it's it's gonna be and that's we need to do is is for example the medieval warm period back in the around eight hundred and twelve hundred a day in the high Middle Ages it was because my baby's causeway automobiles by the way god funny as as we as we see glaciers in what the Mendenhall glacier in Alaska and you can look now words receiving a because we've had some warming up we can see older mature trees and forest the the remains of their root systems at a bank are now being exposed with this mature forest back in the medieval warm period what had been warmer that yeah it's just the glaciers are just receding back catching up to where the water was that I mean for crying out loud in the Roman warm the Romans up at Hadrian's wall in the north of England were growing citrus up there you can't cry citrus anywhere near there of course it was a lot warmer I'm pretty sure they had Hummer H. two is though the Roman Empire and that's probably would cause a lot of that warming Hey Greg being for she's of positions obviously but I love your knowledge I love the book I have several copies of handed out to people inconvenient facts inconvenient facts Gregory right stone what when you get closer to having that book about what's.

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"rific" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"rific" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Had received the backing of governor Andrew Cuomo welcome bond was supported by Vermont senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders I'm C. Gusman W. O. R. news democratic presidential candidate New Jersey senator Cory Booker traveling to and crossing into Mexico yesterday Booker calling for ending immigration detention and says he's there to help out those wrong they sent back home I believe we should have a process to go and we're gonna try to follow the law as we can go off the stories are covered rific Booker with immigrant rights attorneys they escorted five women who have been sent back to Mexico Booker says the women fleeing sexual violence that are being preyed upon cop searching for missing Connecticut mom Jennifer do Los at a reservoir all day yesterday state police dogs investigators searching the metropolitan district reservoir property in west Hartford but did not say if anything they found there about a half mile of would separate the word reservoir from the do Los home the search comes at a day after Jennifer's estranged husband photos maintained his innocence and urged her disappearance in a sit down interview with NBC millions excited for tonight's Macy's fourth of July fireworks the pyro technics move downtown to the Brooklyn Bridge this year Derek wall the reports on how the city plans to keep those huge crowds safe as you can expect there's gonna be a lot of police down here tonight there's counterterrorism measures in place cement blocks sand trucks heavy weapons teams eighty nines and drones but don't try to launch your own a drone because the NYPD it can.

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