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Bloomberg Radio New York
"rikabi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In the foreign occupied regions in Ukraine. It comes as Ukraine's president says recent Russian air strikes destroyed about a third of his country's power facilities, cutting access to electricity and water for many as temperatures dropped. Florida democratic congresswoman Val demings faced off against Republican senator Marco Rubio in their first debate for Rubio's seat. The two sparred over foreign policy, Rubio warning that the U.S. is heading towards a military conflict with China. We have to begin to invest in our military, particularly indo Pacific region to defeat the weapon systems, they're innovating. We don't need The Pentagon spending all its time producing videos on the proper use of pronouns. We need them focused on how to blow up aircraft carriers made by China. Voting rights protections was also an issue demings criticized Rubio for not supporting the John Lewis Voting Rights Act. We need to hold states accountable to make sure every person, although that scares the senator to death, has the right. The precious right to cast their vote. Polls show Rubio has a slight lead over demings going into the November elections. Protests across Iran are in their 5th week. Women across Iran have been burning their head coverings in protest over the death of a 22 year old woman who died in police custody after she was arrested for wearing a loose scarf. Writer and a reigning in American activist machi, a lineage says the protests are a revolution against religious dictatorship in called on democratic nations to support protesters trying to topple the regime. Believe me. It's the Western countries do not get united to end Islamic terror, then they will face all these Islamic terrorists on U.S. soil. The reigning in American activists must see Elena ja told ABC Iranian competitive climber ilna rikabi was brave for refusing to wear hijab in support of many young women in Iran who are getting killed just because of showing their hair. In baseball, the Yankees moved to face the Astros in the ALCS. The Philly shut out the Padres in game one of the NLCS. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios, this is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. Burden LLP accountants and advisers presents industry chat, who with Jeff Kovacs, partner and head of the technology and life sciences practice. Early to mid stage technology companies often ask, what is my company worth? While valuing companies at these stages is often an art with little science, valuations are
WABE 90.1 FM
"rikabi" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"On the back that they're doing something this is patchwork too late and too little and even the systems they presently have can still be defrauded. That's not good enough. Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed a bill making it easier for prosecutors and police to seize assets, including cars and property from people who defrauded the unemployment program. Fraud special counsel McGregor Scott says the state expects to recover another large sum from unemployment debit cards that still have money on them, but have been frozen because of fraud indicators. Yet ultimately, Scott concedes, there will likely be billions on recovered. There is no doubt that there will be a certain amount that we'll just have to be written off at the end. What that number is, I don't know yet. There are questions about NPR news. There's growing concern about an Iranian climber who left South Korea after competing in a climbing event without wearing the mandatory he job. And pierce Peter kenyon reports that so far there are more questions than answers about what happened after the competition and where that climber is now. Images and videos posted online appear to show 33 year old Al nasri kabi competing in a climbing event wearing a headband but not the hijab, which the Iranian government requires all female athletes to wear at sporting events. Multiple news outlets reported that rikabi left soul Tuesday morning and is expected to be taken directly to Tehran's notorious avine prison. The story has been marked by changing, sometimes contradictory versions of events. After initially being reported as missing, other reports said she had been tricked into going to the Iranian embassy in Seoul by the head of Iran's climbing federation, and from there was taken out of South Korea. At one point a message was posted to rikabi Instagram account, which read quote I am sorry I made you worry about me due to mismanagement and the unpredictable situation at last minute my clothing was not appropriate. Now I am coming back to Iran. But questions were raised almost immediately about whether that statement had been coerced by Iranian authorities and whether it had even been written by rikaby at all. Iran's embassy in Seoul weighed in, condemning what it called quote all the fake false news and disinformation about rikabi
AP News Radio
Iranian female climber says hijab 'fell off accidentally' at competition - BBC
"An Iranian female competitive climber left South Korea early after competing at an event without a headscarf Many worries she may have been forced to leave by Iranian authorities organizers say Al nasri Khabib didn't put on a hijab during the final of the international federation of sport climbing Asia championship in Seoul where Kirby's decision not to wear the head covering came a thousands protest the death of a woman who was detained for her clothing Reports Sarah Khabib was scheduled to leave a day later but her flight apparently had been moved up unexpectedly A later Instagram post on an account attributed to rikabi said her not wearing a covering was unintentional 5 weeks in protester ongoing in a hundred cities throughout Iran representing
TIME's Top Stories
"rikabi" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Fear grows for Iranian climber, el nasr kavi, after she competed in Seoul without hijab. By whom Jin Kim and John gamble, Associated Press, Seoul, South Korea. An Iranian female competitive climber left South Korea on Tuesday after competing at an event in which she climbed without her nation's mandatory headscarf covering, authorities said, Farsi language media outside of Iran warned she may have been forced to leave early by Iranian officials and could face arrest back home, which Tehran quickly denied. The decision by elna's, a multiple medalist in competitions to forgo the headscarf, or hijab, came as protests sparked by the September 16th death and custody of a 22 year old woman, have entered a 5th week. Masa amini was detained by the country's morality police over her clothing. The demonstrations, drawing school age children, oil workers, and others to the street in over 100 cities, represent the most serious challenge to Iran's theocracy since the mass protests surrounding its disputed 2009, presidential election. Rikabi left soul on a Tuesday morning flight, the Iranian embassy in South Korea said. The BBC's Persian service, which has extensive contacts with an Iran, despite being banned from operating there, quoted an unnamed informed source who described Iranian officials as seizing both Rekha's mobile phone and passport. BBC Persian also said she initially had been scheduled to return on Wednesday. But her flight apparently had been moved up unexpectedly. Iran wire, another website focusing on the country founded by Iranian Canadian journalist maziar bahari, who once was detained by Iran, alleged that rikabi would be immediately transferred to Tehran's notorious Evan prison after arriving in the country. Evan prison once the site of a massive fire this weekend that killed at least 8 prisoners. In a tweet the Iranian embassy and sold denied all the fake false news and disinformation regarding riki's departure on Tuesday. But instead of posting a photo of her from the sole competition, it posted an image of her wearing a headscarf at a previous competition in Moscow, where she took a bronze medal. Calls to the Iranian embassy and soul rang unanswered Tuesday. Rikabi didn't put on a hijab during Sunday's final at the international federation of sport climbing's Asia championship. According to the Seoul based Korea Alpine federation, the organizers of the event. Federation officials said rikabi wore a hijab during her initial appearances at the one week climbing event, she wore just a black headband when competing Sunday, her dark hair pulled back in a ponytail. She had a white Jersey with Iran's flag as a logo on it. Rakam was a member of Iran's 11 member delegation, which was comprised of 8 athletes and three coaches to the event, according to the federation. Federation officials, said they were not initially aware of rikabi competing without the hijab, but looked into the case after receiving inquiries about her. They said the event doesn't have any rules on requiring female athletes wearing or not wearing headscarves. However, Iranian women competing abroad under the Iranian flag always where the hijab. South Korea's justice ministry refused to confirm whether the Iranian athlete is still in South Korea or has left the country, citing privacy related regulations. South Korea's foreign ministry said it has no comments on the issue. Has finished on the podium three times in the Asian championships, taking one silver and two bronze medals for her efforts. So far, human rights groups estimate that over 200 people have been killed in the protests and the violent security force crackdown that followed. Iran has not offered a death toll in weeks. Demonstrations have been seen in over 100 cities, according to the group human rights activists in Iran. Thousands are believed to have been arrested, gathering information about the demonstrations remains difficult, however. Internet access has been disrupted for weeks by the Iranian government. Meanwhile, authorities have detained at least 40 journalists, according to the committee to protect journalists. Iranian officials, including supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has repeatedly alleged the country's foreign enemies are behind the ongoing demonstrations, rather than Iranians angered by Amin's death and the country's other woes. Iranians have seen their life savings evaporate. The country's currency, the rial, plummeted, and Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers has been reduced to tatters..
WNYC 93.9 FM
"rikabi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Very much It's the day after election results were announced delivering riccardi's political party emptied 9 seats in the new parliament 9 out of 329 seats might not sound like a lot but in Iraq where parliament has been dominated by establishment politicians even Ricardo himself seems a little surprised by the result The copy is a doctor in his 40s with a gentle but serious demeanor His party was formed out of mass protests in 2019 They called for an end to government corruption and for better services like healthcare and electricity He treated some of the wounded as more than 600 people were killed by militias and security forces in the weeks of demonstrations This is the Iraqi situation We are fighting against a political parties that are most likely political gangs and militias they are deeply rooted They have financial efforts all over my country They almost still every dollar Rikabi reels off figures about Iraq's wealth sometimes a $100 billion in annual oil revenue yet extreme poverty continues until now we are now in 2021 And the only source of water in a village can be a world It's insane Well we're living in a country that is one of the richest in the world Picabia wants his party to be a fly in the ointment exposing corruption by the main political powers In parliament he can demand answers from government ministries By law the minister himself can not say no I will not give you any information He can not say this and I can't bring him to the parliament to investigate with him And he vows His and his colleagues silence can not be bought They can not give me all my college's take this $1 million take a helicopter in Jordan take this villa in Paris and close this file They can not buy ourselves by this money It's a dangerous ambition In Iraq people are regularly assassinated for less bold statements than the ones or carby makes in our interview We are living in a continuous threat We can be died now every day in any time Well it's now quite usual for me and for my family They are expecting me in any time once I get out for anything that I may not come back alive Ultimately Ricardo's party wants to change the very structure of Iraqi politics Since the U.S. invasion in 2003 Iraq's top political posts have been apportioned by sect and ethnicity It's meant to share power But recovery says ultimately the system actually encourages corruption and division Victorian system is problematic And encourage Sunni or Arabic you are good to remind your It will encourage this and it will be a problem that can not be finished or Recovery once instead a political system where the public votes directly for a prime minister or a president no matter their sect Just like the American system just like the system in most of the European countries This is also a call that's becoming popular among Iraq's large younger generation Rikki says he knows it's a major challenge that requires more seats in parliament He's reaching out to other smaller independent political parties that won seats to collaborate and he's already making plans for the next election in 2025 If he says he survives that long Ruth Sherlock and piano's Iraq The.