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"rui pinto" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"rui pinto" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nominating nominee Joe Biden, visited Wisconsin and spoke to Jacob Blake, the African American man shot several times in the back by a white police officer, Mr Biden condemning recent violence, but likened Cone demonstrations to the civil rights protests of the 19 sixties will also go to India, where more than 67,000 people have died from covet 19. We'll take a look at how the pandemic is impacting People's income Spain for more than 100,000 Kroner virus infections in two weeks, We'll speak to someone who says the government strategy to fight the virus is wrong on a very public falling out in France between two of the country's high profile cultural figures way have more on that story. Under arm Neil Nunes with the BBC News President Trump and Joe Biden have demonstrated their sharply contrasting approaches to the unrest across the United States. Hunted by police violence towards unarmed black Americans. Mr. Trump told an election campaign rally in Pennsylvania that he wanted to prosecute those involved in the unrest. Whom he described as domestic terrorists. He accused his Democratic challenger of wanting to appease them. Mr Biden visited Wisconsin, where a black man, Jacob Blake, was shot in the back by police. Last week, He met Mr Blake's family and spoke to him on the phone. We spoke for about 15 minutes. His brother and two sisters, whose dad, his mom on the telephone. He talked about how Nothing was going to defeat it. How where they walked again or not, he was not going to give up. Mr Biden accused President Trump of giving soccer to white supremacists. Meanwhile, President Trump has strongly denied accusations in a magazine article that he mocked dead American soldiers. He was to have made the disparaging remarks in Franz twoyears ago when Ana visits to an American cemetery was called off due to bad weather. But the Atlantic magazine says that wasn't the real reason. Iqbal reports. President Trump is alleged to have told staff at the time. Why should I go to that cemetery? It's filled with loses. He's also accused of describing hundreds of U. S Marines who died in the battle of the Lo a suckers for getting killed. In a series of tweets. Mr Trump said it's fake news and that he has only ever called fallen soldiers heroes. He also denied more attacks in the late war hero and Senator John McCain. The report claims he called him a loser after his death. Meghan McCain, the senator's daughter, tweeted her hurt at the reported comments. New Zealand says a man infected with covert 19 has died the first such a death in the country since May. The health ministry said The man, who was in his fifties, was being treated for the infection in an intensive care unit. He's only the 23rd person to have died with Corona virus in New Zealand since the start of the pandemic. Jamaica's governing Labour Party has been returned to power for a second term after a decisive victory over the opposition PMP in Thursday's general election. It was one of the largest margins of victory in decades but also one of the lowest voter turnouts. A subdued prime minister, Andrew Wholeness, pledged to restore faith in politics and tackle corruption. I'm clear that there should not be any victimization. Any retribution. Any malice in how we move forward. As a government. We must embrace everyone. We need everyone on board for Jamaica to recover stronger. World News from the BBC. Indian and Sri Lankans. Naval ships are trying to extinguish a fire on a huge oil tanker to the east off the island. The vessel is carrying more than a quarter off a million tons of crude oil, but they should anchor Navy says there's been no leaks so far. The trial is due to begin today in Portugal of a computer hacker who leaked the documents exposing dubious deals involving top football clubs, agents and players. Rui Pinto's Football League's Web site release large numbers of secret documents that triggered criminal investigations into leading players in several countries. The face is 90 criminal charges, including computer fraud, attempted extortion and violating privacy of correspondence. Listen, Roberts reports from Lisbon. Why Pinto faces 90 charges, including attempted extortion relating to the computer hacking of the Lisbon Football Club, sporting the Portuguese Football Federation and the office of the attorney general. The 31 year old hacker was in prison on remand for over a year before being transferred to house arrest and then last month released after agreeing to collaborate on other cases. Among witnesses called by the defense in this case are the head of Portugal's criminal investigation. Police and the US whistleblower Edward Snowden, one of the largest collections of online material belonging to the Islamic state Group has been discovered by researchers in London. The digital library contains more than 90,000 items and draws an estimated 10,000 visitors a month. An American academic whose work focuses on Africa on the African diaspora, has admitted that she lied about being black. Jessica Krug, an associate professor at George Washington University. Admitted that she was, in fact a white Jewish woman from Kansas City. She said she had built her life on a violent anti black lie. BBC news. Thank you very much for that news. Hello. Welcome to Newsday on the BBC World Service DJs in our London studios and I'm also representing from home will be gay and live to India, where with over formerly in cases of covert now diagnosed, we'll be hearing about the economic impact on also to Spain, where cases of 19 Also rocketing. We'll look at why this is happening now..

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Football Leaks trial to start in Portugal

BBC World Service

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Football Leaks trial to start in Portugal

"Is due to begin today in Portugal of a computer hacker who leaked the documents exposing dubious deals involving top football clubs, agents and players. Rui Pinto's Football League's Web site release large numbers of secret documents that triggered criminal investigations into leading players in several countries. The face is 90 criminal charges, including computer fraud, attempted extortion and violating privacy of correspondence. Listen, Roberts reports from Lisbon. Why Pinto faces 90 charges, including attempted extortion relating to the computer hacking of the Lisbon Football Club, sporting the Portuguese Football Federation and the office of the attorney general. The 31 year old hacker was in prison on remand for over a year before being transferred to house arrest and then last month released after agreeing to collaborate on other cases. Among witnesses called by the defense in this case are the head of Portugal's criminal investigation. Police and the US whistleblower Edward Snowden, one

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"rui pinto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"rui pinto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mr Biden condemned recent violence that likened Cone demonstrations to the civil rights. Protests of the 19 sixties will also go to India, where more than 67,000 people have died from covet 19. I'll take a look at how the pandemic is impacting people's income. Spain is afforded more than 100,000 kroner virus infections in two weeks. We'll speak to someone who says the government strategy to fight the virus is wrong on a very public falling out in France between two of the country's high profile cultural figures. We have more on that story. Color. I'm Neil Nunes with the BBC News President Trump and Joe Biden have demonstrated their sharply contrasting approaches to the unrest across the United States. Prompted by police violence towards unarmed black Americans. Mr. Trump told an election campaign rally in Pennsylvania that he wanted to prosecute those involved in the unrest. Whom he described as domestic terrorists. He accused his Democratic challenger of wanting to appease them. Mr Biden visited Wisconsin, where a black man, Jacob Blake, was shot in the back by police. Last week, He met Mr Blake's family and spoke to him on the phone. We spoke for about, uh, 15 minutes. His brother and two sisters, whose dad, his mom on the telephone. He talked about how Nothing was going to defeat it. How where they walked again or not, he was not going to give up. Mr Biden accused President Trump of giving soccer to white supremacists. Meanwhile, President Trump has strongly denied accusations in a magazine article that he mocked dead American soldiers. He was center have made the disparaging remarks in Fran's two years ago when Ana visits to an American cemetery was called off due to bad weather. But the Atlantic magazine says that wasn't the real reason. Iqbal reports. President Trump is alleged to have told staff at the time. Why should I go to that cemetery? It's filled with loses. He's also accused of describing hundreds of U. S Marines who died in the battle of below a suckers for getting killed. In a series of tweets. Mr Trump said it's fake news and that he has only ever called fallen soldiers heroes. He also denied more attacks in the late war hero and Senator John McCain. The report claims he called him a loser after his death. Meghan McCain, the senator's daughter, tweeted her hurt at the reported comments. New Zealand says a man infected with covert 19 has died the first such a death in the country since May. The health ministry said. The man, who was in his fifties, was being treated full the infection in an intensive care unit. He's only the 23rd person to have died with Corona virus in New Zealand since the start of the pandemic. Jamaica's governing Labour Party has been returned to power for a second term after a decisive victory over the opposition PMP and Thursdays general election. It was one of the largest margins of victory in decades, but also one off the lowest voter turnouts. A subdued prime minister, Andrew Wholeness, pledged to restore faith in politics and tackle corruption. I'm clear that there should not be Any victimisation. Any retribution. Any malice. And how we move forward. As a government. We must embrace everyone. We need everyone on board for Jamaica to recover stronger. World News from the BBC. Indian and Sri Lankans. Naval ships are trying to extinguish a fire on a huge oil tanker to the east off the island. The vessel is carrying more than a quarter off a million tons of crude oil, but the SriLankan navy says there's been no leaks so far. A trial is due to begin today in Portugal of a computer hacker who leaked the documents exposing dubious deals involving top football clubs, agents and players. Rui Pinto's Football League's Web site, release large numbers of secret documents that triggered criminal investigations into leading players in several countries. He faces 90 criminal charges, including computer fraud, attempted extortion and violating privacy of correspondence. Listen, Roberts reports from Lisbon. Pipin to faces 90 charges, including attempted extortion relating to the computer hacking of the Lisbon Football Club, sporting the Portuguese Football Federation and the office of the attorney general. The 31 year old hacker was in prison on remand for over a year before being transferred to house arrest and then last month released after agreeing to collaborate on other cases. Among witnesses called by the defense in this case are the head of Portugal's criminal investigation, Police and the US whistleblower Edward Snowden. One of the largest collections of online material belonging to the Islamic state Group has been discovered by researchers in London. The digital library contains more than 90,000 items and draws an estimated 10,000 visitors a month. An American academic whose work focuses on Africa on the African diaspora, has admitted that she lied about being black. Jessica Krug and associate professor at George Washington University admitted that she was in fact a white Jewish woman from Kansas City. You said she had built her life on a violent anti black lie. BBC news. Thank you very much for that news. Hello. Welcome to Newsday on the BBC World Service DJs in our London studios and I'm well.

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Rui Pinto Football Leaks trial starts in Portugal

BBC World Service

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Rui Pinto Football Leaks trial starts in Portugal

"A trial is due to begin today in Portugal of a computer hacker who leaked the documents exposing dubious deals involving top football clubs, agents and players. Rui Pinto's Football League's Web site, release large numbers of secret documents that triggered criminal investigations into leading players in several countries. He faces 90 criminal charges, including computer fraud, attempted extortion and violating privacy of correspondence. Listen, Roberts reports from Lisbon. Pipin to faces 90 charges, including attempted extortion relating to the computer hacking of the Lisbon Football Club, sporting the Portuguese Football Federation and the office of the attorney general. The 31 year old hacker was in prison on remand for over a year before being transferred to house arrest and then last month released after agreeing to collaborate on other cases. Among witnesses called by the defense in this case are the head of Portugal's criminal investigation, Police and the US whistleblower Edward Snowden.

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