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Houthis, aid group: Death toll from prison airstrike at 82

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Houthis, aid group: Death toll from prison airstrike at 82

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"saada" Discussed on Medicina em Debate

Medicina em Debate

05:16 min | 9 months ago

"saada" Discussed on Medicina em Debate

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"saada" Discussed on Impact Boom

Impact Boom

06:42 min | 9 months ago

"saada" Discussed on Impact Boom

"Spain rally humbled by the help that way for save and at spain completely critical to the table he has such that some great lessons that you just did the general out of running a business now. I've asked you guys a bunch of questions about your background and the startup process. Good any so now. Is your chance to make a comment. A bit bronco on the sector so if i was to ask you what support is needed from. Pocus lynn businesses. Like yourself and the center is a hall to continue generating a sustainable impact in the future. What would you think. Interesting question alday. He cuts up. The pep is that is on also socially terrifies growing and more and more people are familiar with the but the biggest challenge is that we are seeing milk that unmeasured like profit that business it's occupied challenges around fundraising and that was definitely something that we learn about posters and venture capitals. They still look at startups although they are trying to trying to do something good still. The profit margin and cash flow is the only thing they are looking at the main support that the sector perhaps can receive is having investors or organization and companies that really care about the impact more than just the money side of the business and we believe that needs a lot of improvement and obviously when her base thought up campaign take base assad update on around scale ability is much longer at a game and you look at your compared to gain the same way so ajaria of the tech companies they get the funds much easier than or doc based companies all their again dame packs can be same or even much begin so true so true absolutely talking about organizations jurisco more. Those impact by outcomes cones instead of the financial outcomes like a traditional business with bridges. Thank you so much for that inside there. So we're moving towards the end of the interview. Now and i have two questions left and the first question i would like to us is. What are some inspiring projects initiatives. That you above come across recently which in creating positive social change. That's we really loved accompanying code right. Luckily stotka thousand and accounted. I totally i may find really aren't created a clinton phone alternative. What his loss from potato materials everything monthly that in context with the and helped us along the way and safety and also speak and yep he really likes them. Now that we've seen are pao showing. We really appreciate where they are. And how they've come and the jaas wells are really awesome and any recommendations from you on you actually establish now the vestry cappelletti So what they do how they thought it actually was with being the coffee rounds than they are a user the cafes and they turned into the compost but now they have been expanded their business around education of waste management and also they do collection for of plastic which is very interesting that although their infrastructure more waste management but you see but small start making fantastic impacts in this space to tanning basic the waste to a resource and it is definitely very inspiring or change any and releasing more about what they have achieved in quite short amount of time. Thank you very much. Refu- fantastic recommendations and all these enterprises will be linked off the transcripts or once you audience has ought to listen to the podcast or redford. The article will be able to check out these enterprises. I thank you very much for that and now to finish off all books or resources and these are so important. Would you recommend to our business. One thing are not recommending up in saada creative counts in the beginning of january Event and accounting lankford. She was speaker there and then we have listened to almost every podcast that she had. And while i really like about what she is doing and sharing a lot of great initiatives practical experience on thought startup. And he's very beginning that you need to make a decision jail how to build to start your business. Build your business angra. So it's a lot of inspiring stories. And as i said can into you now. That's a really fantastic recommendation and lucky laws. Catherine de have any books resources. You would like to plug in their own. Lockout for office stat up initiatives in companies. Wait him. why a racist camp across. Was this story profound custody hit guardian sorry fangs and claws outdoor thing and clinton rarely while north florida the me too far tests that they had and my paper thin as are really interesting ways looking at and we've found the story is really aren wealth up a some excellent recommendations that and as i said before along with the enterprises all of these resources will be linked to at the end of the article and i just wanna to take a moment to say catherine amion. Thank you so much for sharing your generous times in science without audience. Today i had a fantastic tongue myself speaking to you. And i'm very excited in future to see the progress which is made like eighty and barbecue has entrepreneurs from sorry. Thank you very much. Thanks listening to impacts burn. You'll find links to the initiatives people in russell's as mentioned in the podcast on impact. Spoon dog please leave. Comments below and remember we'll be publishing. 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"saada" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"saada" Discussed on WTVN

"V N. President Biden Taking Executive action today to promote competition in the American economy. The White House's lack of competition drives up prices for consumers and drives down wages for workers. The order includes 72 initiatives by more than a dozen federal agencies who will ban or limit non compete agreements. And licensing restrictions for certain occupations and prevent employers from collaborating to suppress wages or reduce benefits. President Biden vows thousands of Afghan nationals who worked alongside US diplomats in troops quote are not going to be left behind they can wait safely outside of Afghanistan while their U. S visas are being processed. The Biden administration is looking to relocate them while they wait for their visa applications to be approved, Biden says We've already begun the process. They're welcome here, just like anyone else who risked their lives to help us No. One less Behind the group dedicated to helping Afghan interpreters get S I V visas says that over 300 interpreters and their family members have already been killed by extremists because of their work with U. S troops and diplomats. It's on the House and Senate now to change the laws to allow visas to the United States to be swiftly processed. I'm Mike Bauer today's the last day on the job for former Columbus Interim police chief Michael Woods. He's retiring after 33 years of serving with the city. He served as interim chief between the decision by Thomas Quinlan to step down and the hiring of new chief Elaine Bryant. Was began his career with the division of 1988, as a patrol officer and sergeant eventually moved to the narcotics Bureau than to public information officer. Another parents opted to plead guilty today in the college emissions cheating scheme who may in Saada will plead guilty to a charge of filing false tax return. Federal prosecutors in Boston said he paid $100,000 to get his daughter into the University of Southern California as a phony lacrosse recruit and deducted the payment as a charitable contribution. Zaragoza dentistry professor at USC, and until recently he had been Among the holdout defendants who opted to go to trial in exchange now for the guilty pleas. Lawyer negotiated for prison sentence of six weeks 30. Other parents have already pleaded guilty, including actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Laughlin, Aaron Carter. SKI ABC NEWS New York Kings islands going cashless starting in mid July and paper money and coins won't be accepted anywhere in the park. Restaurants,.

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"saada" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"saada" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"saada" Discussed on Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"saada" Discussed on Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

"As you've said, , I hit the styling Sada security security center. . Now am missions <hes> pretty. . But it's also pretty simple. . It's to Mike Strategy of the safest place to connect. . Online and do business online and out at prime responsibilities really to protect <unk> old parts of the Australian economy from the beginning of business to government critical infrastructure provides small medium enterprise and individuals and. . Families get on with life online, , which as we know <unk> in Grad example is the way that wearing gauging today <hes> is an increasingly important very much. . In Lock wise I agree with we wouldn't normally have reached out to you. . So readily you've come from that mentioned a bit about your background you've been in the role to six months and you came from the National Bushfire. . Recovery Center of go committee ought not to show that the Prophets Dada was, , but you've come from a, , is it across? ? into. . What we <unk> obviously absurd at the same time <hes> as I saw across the. . Up Tyke in Saada crime and saw active duty during covid nineteen has the right thanks I fire. I'm . assuming you're Ri- You're enjoying it or you're funding it the challenge that was made to be it's <hes>. . I have to say the people that work here who <hes> mice distractions. . <unk> made to ever speak to <hes> some of the most incredible human beings having encountered by in terms of their incredible. . Personal drive towards that mission and really advancing Australia's interests but also the technical capability which is second to none. . You. . You mentioned I had come from the National Bushfire Recovery Agency, , actually not a dissimilar function in the sense that you're trying to engage h very different sectors of of the community who've been affected by <hes> <hes>. . That's materialized and assist them to get back up on their fate again, , actually to build resilience, , it's just the context he's. . Prior to that I was the head of the national. Security . Division Prime Minister and Cabinet had some timing critical infrastructure. . Yeah. . In High McVeigh's and. . Inaugural Chief Risk Officer for the Department of Homeland Phases Wales. . Postings looking after Europe and sub Saharan Africa region it sounds like a WIG background but look the headline is this a love a good crisis? ? Could us a find that the same skill set? ? Of Translating. . Deriving problems into their various segments <hes> responding to each one of ours always having a plan or campaign or or an operational approach assists in obviously having a a a defense background <hes> helps that way and and and of course, , the May you quite rightly point out. . I don't have a long technical history but. . I said twenty million constituents across the economy. . The vast majority of dying Ada <unk> semi bottom line is if I'd. . It how customers and I think that kind of balance swelled. .

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Protect & Assist - An Interview with the Head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

03:41 min | 1 year ago

Protect & Assist - An Interview with the Head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre

"As you've said, I hit the styling Sada security security center. Now am missions pretty. But it's also pretty simple. It's to Mike Strategy of the safest place to connect. Online and do business online and out at prime responsibilities really to protect old parts of the Australian economy from the beginning of business to government critical infrastructure provides small medium enterprise and individuals and. Families get on with life online, which as we know in Grad example is the way that wearing gauging today is an increasingly important very much. In Lock wise I agree with we wouldn't normally have reached out to you. So readily you've come from that mentioned a bit about your background you've been in the role to six months and you came from the National Bushfire. Recovery Center of go committee ought not to show that the Prophets Dada was, but you've come from a, is it across? into. What we obviously absurd at the same time as I saw across the. Up Tyke in Saada crime and saw active duty during covid nineteen has the right thanks I fire. I'm assuming you're Ri- You're enjoying it or you're funding it the challenge that was made to be it's I have to say the people that work here who mice distractions. made to ever speak to some of the most incredible human beings having encountered by in terms of their incredible. Personal drive towards that mission and really advancing Australia's interests but also the technical capability which is second to none. You. You mentioned I had come from the National Bushfire Recovery Agency, actually not a dissimilar function in the sense that you're trying to engage h very different sectors of of the community who've been affected by That's materialized and assist them to get back up on their fate again, actually to build resilience, it's just the context he's. Prior to that I was the head of the national. Security Division Prime Minister and Cabinet had some timing critical infrastructure. Yeah. In High McVeigh's and. Inaugural Chief Risk Officer for the Department of Homeland Phases Wales. Postings looking after Europe and sub Saharan Africa region it sounds like a WIG background but look the headline is this a love a good crisis? Could us a find that the same skill set? Of Translating. Deriving problems into their various segments responding to each one of ours always having a plan or campaign or or an operational approach assists in obviously having a a a defense background helps that way and and and of course, the May you quite rightly point out. I don't have a long technical history but. I said twenty million constituents across the economy. The vast majority of dying Ada semi bottom line is if I'd. It how customers and I think that kind of balance swelled.

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"saada" Discussed on Burn the Haystack

Burn the Haystack

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"saada" Discussed on Burn the Haystack

"I definitely have changed I will always say that even within my very conservative ideas of Christianity and I always say this I always get this disclaimer like I may not be completely accurate in my conception of this, but I was never taught People to be like me dressed like me think like me like me read like me watch like me I never I never gave that or I feel I never was intentional about converting people to Mike Conservative beliefs. When someone did ask me a question I would share with them why I was where I am and I feel I'm still the same. If someone asks me Hey. Why are you west guts that that short now when I used to not one skirt I did not I want. Shorter than ankle length like there was nothing that was sort of the not I'm very I'm I will tell you why if you ask And I think I'm still the same in terms of my belief systems in terms of where I am. I think probably the greatest thing that I have learnt in the last two years I think is. One. A hot is extremely deceitful and it is wicked personal journey in the past two years. I, have realized the extent of women hot can guard. If I choose to let go of God and I got Oetzi my hot in that place I've never seen through that lens because life circumstances never allowed for it to look out for me to see through that Lens But that's probably one thing. I'm very much aware of who I am as a person and A. President in this great controversy. But in amongst that I think God has just really given me such greater clarity of few he is. He's been my eyes to see human experiencing in that I had never experienced had seen the condition of hot. Had I not seen of what I was capable as a human without Christ. I think. Now I can see just the goodness of God in the light of Hawaiian here sir. Yes. Probably the biggest things that have changed Yeah. Well. Well those. Yeah. Man I. Get this. Listen to that all day. All right really good. I do WanNa tell us a little bit about FDA in Saada and what? That's what that's all about. Sorry Sti insider again, my credited Justin. He basically did a workshop we went to digital discipleship. In Go karts in. And realized how tall you guys were. You realize. When you see them onscreen the wing you stay. There and he gave a presentation and I remember I was I was wanting to going to youtube I felt comfortable hearing my voice on broadcasting and I thought I could probably now feel comfortable with people looking at me through a camera I'm through a screen star I was I was trying to work out what I was going to channel the direction I wanted to go. So I initially belting press two just a series on the twenty eight fundamental beliefs at the seven daphne stretch. So I recruited about fifteen. Videos of that and they went to digital discipleship, NFL? Like who am I to even do this thing I was so discouraged 'cause they were just such talented created people at that conference everybody just thinks properly united had the skills. They had the training that go onto like union united have to Greece for this kind of stuff and then on my crew and my like really So I came at discounts but Justin's cute in these workshop he talked about the fact that if you're doing youtube search or a Google search about the seventh day adventist church, the majority of the content that is on there is actually really negative about the seventh day adventist church is very little positive. Results when we search about church and he said that part of his mission, his youtube channel was to be like a positive representation of and that's when I prayed about it a lot in your wife maybe just let me see what I should do. And I just I just fattening press to adjust Google and youtube the most popular ask questions about the seventh day adventist church and I just gave a practical short like five to ten minutes and out. And I just clarify. What the Adventists Church really looks like Sir I call it the inside because I wanted it to be like a little conspiracy theory like Salmonella there. down..

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"saada" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"saada" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Poverty hunger and zero three three fifteen posted June when I first arrived at the hospital I saw a terrible scene the bodies of the people have been killed in the managed to put them in the mall it was a little girl attention is lows on is eight years old she was screaming calling for a father mother siblings a spokesman colleagues in the emergency room and I said find someone from a family father mother what why are you leaving it to scream at this is it a tally she's lost a whole family on the content of what she's in the state you tell there's no content I can give it this message should an injury to on she lost around half of it not content to psychiatric consultants who could give the news instead media contacts all the time and gunshot injuries because weapons once but Newman but nothing as horrific as when I saw that night there's no comparison he was the introduction to a series of massacres that I had never imagined I would see in my life Dr I apply fee was a maxillofacial surgeon at one of the largest hospitals in Yemen's capital sana'a he had been woken by the sound of heavy explosions in the city and headed straight to the hospital because of all of it happening between two thousand eleven two thousand fourteen in Yemen almost every day who do explosions Cobham's things not meant but the first strike by the coalition was completely different it felt like an earthquake from the force of the strike months Anya members of Yemen's Houthi rebel movement had come down from their stronghold in the northern province of saada they had quickly seize control of summer with the backing of forces loyal to Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh who had been forced to step down following a popular uprising in twenty eleven the attacks there's a power cut to the men in the neighborhood came out of the hands on our skin what was happening it didn't cross my mind it was even a one in A. million chance that it could be Saudi Arabia our neighbors who have bumps on the apple well it was a limited strike it was an attempt to send a message to the who teased that it would strike Yemen and the time that that would be a several strikes over a period of three days a week at most but neither online nor any Yemeni nor any analysts had any idea that the military campaign would carry on for five years Saudi Arabia view the XII host the rebel movement as a proxy of his political and religious rival Iran after the whole see saw the headlights seize control of sauna we all began to view the situation as a serious regional threat Saudi Arabia and its coalition of mostly Arab countries with Weston back his claim they were launching operation decisive storm at the request of the government of president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi the first strike of the Russian terrorists swept of his son the streets were empty on the morning of the twenty sixth of March after June the first hours of the morning because people were hesitant and afraid the coalition has consistently said that it takes every measure to avoid civilian casualties but human rights organizations have documented dozens of air strikes which they say violates international humanitarian law Dr plus he witnessed first hand the scale of civilian suffering caused by the strikes a few weeks after the start of operation decisive storm he was on duty at the SL at a hospital with the coalition bombed a weapons depot on nearby mountain dot com the rockets started firing indiscriminately in every direction inside the capitol son there wasn't a part of sun either wasn't hit by a catchy Chirac people in new chrome when the state of Tara and they started leaving the area women children and the elderly it was a scene that broke your heart it appealing to people that Costello they said they.

"saada" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"saada" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He doesn't have the few hundred dollars you need for the paperwork to apply for an Israeli work permit he's sitting in his living room with his eighteen year old son one of more than a hundred young Palestinians who had a leg amputated after Israeli troops shot them at the Gaza border protests was it that I would look for an update each known people here the data the protest stop and I'm against that there were a lot of sacrifices what did we get in return why did they stop the protest I want to understand why what solution delivering the improvements in Gaza can be reversed in an instant it heavy violence starts up again but if Israel continues to relax restrictions more Gazans will feel the impact Hamas will gain to says guys a political science professor moe claim are Abu saada if there's going to be a deal that would be good for how mass dat the daily life conditions will improve the the difficulties the two million Palestinians are facing in Gaza will improve and that will ease the entertainment pressure against Hamas let me remind you that in Marshall twenty nineteen the Palestinians in Gaza revolted against harass under the slogan we want to live some Israelis are criticizing the overtures to Gaza centrist Benny guns he's running against prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Netanyahu's policy is rewarding terrorists some Israelis say Hamas should first return to Israeli captives and the bodies of two Israeli soldiers cabinet minister you of garland defends the policy on Israeli TV show me the mail can deal with the culture my facility on the sheet this is a clear eyed policy to allow us to calm things down and bring quiet this is not a wide arrangement when we get there we will have demands like a prisoner swap whatever you wanna call this indirect agreement it's very different from Israel's long time policy to isolate Hamas and break its hold on Gaza instead Hamas and average Gazans are getting some relief Daniel Estrin N. P. R. news Gaza this is NPR news on cake you reduce the time now seven nineteen here's John McConnell with an update on the cemetery bridge we're back to just about nothing happening now finally the clue that stall westbound high rise at the cemetery bridge but I was out there for about thirty five minutes or so it'll be clear for five still some heavy traffic over the high rise but that should dissipate in the crash we had an eighty is also clear near Richmond near hilltop in Richmond there were two lanes blocked everything's fine now and looks good at the all the way down to the bay bridge where there hasn't been a back up all morning Joe McConnell for KQED support for KQ we do this morning comes from Netflix presenting the Irishman's starring Robert deniro Al Pacino and Joe Pesci.

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"saada" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"saada" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Palestinians who had a leg amputated after Israeli troops shot them at the Gaza border protests was it that I would look for an update each known people who have the to the protest stopped and I'm against that there were a lot of sacrifices what did we get in return why did they stop the protest I want to understand why what solution do to bring the improvements in Gaza can be reversed in an instant it heavy violence starts up again but if Israel continues to relax restrictions more Gazans will feel the impact Hamas will gain to says does a political science professor moe claim are Abu saada if there's going to be at the end it will be good for how mass dat the daily life conditions will improve the the difficulties the two million Palestinians are facing in Gaza will improve and that's willing is the intent of pressure against Hamas let me remind you that in Marshall twenty nineteen the Palestinians in Gaza revolted against harass under the slogan we want to live some Israelis are criticizing the overtures to Gaza centrist Benny guns who's running against prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Netanyahu's policy is rewarding terrorists some Israelis say Hamas should first return to Israeli captives and the bodies of two Israeli soldiers cabinet minister you off garland defends the policy on Israeli TV show me the building the milk with the culture my facility on the sheet this is a clear eyed policy to allow us to calm things down and bring quiet this is not a wide arrangement when we get there we will have demands like a prisoner swap whatever you want to call this indirect agreement it's very different from Israel's long time policy to isolate Hamas and break its hold on Gaza instead Hamas and average Gazans are getting some relief Daniel Estrin NPR news gossip.

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"saada" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"saada" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Palestinians who had a leg amputated after Israeli troops shot them at the Gaza border protests was it that I would look for an update each known people here the theater the protest stop and I'm against that there were a lot of sacrifices what did we get in return why did they stop the protest I want to understand why what solution delivering the improvements in Gaza can be reversed in an instant it heavy violence starts up again but if Israel continues to relax restrictions more Gazans will feel the impact Hamas will gain to says guys a political science professor moe Kramer Abu saada if there's going to be a deal that would be good for how masses that the daily life conditions will improve the the difficulties the two million Palestinians are facing in Gaza will improve and that will ease the entertainment pressure against Hamas looked me remind you that in Marshall twenty nineteen the Palestinians in Gaza revolted against harass under the slogan we want to live some Israelis are criticizing the overtures to Gaza centrist Benny guns who's running against prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Netanyahu's policy is rewarding terrorists some Israelis say Hamas should first return to Israeli captives and the bodies of two Israeli soldiers cabinet minister you of garland defends the policy on Israeli TV chum in the mail can deal with the culture my Phillips on the sheet this is a clear eyed policy to allow us to calm things down and bring quiet this is not a wide arrangement when we get there we'll have demands like a prisoner swap whatever you wanna call this indirect agreement it's very different from Israel's long time policy to isolate Hamas and break its hold on Gaza instead Hamas and have ridge Gazans are getting some relief Daniel Estrin NPR news gossip.

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"saada" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"saada" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"After Israeli troops shot them at the Gaza border protests was it that I would look for the end of a dish known people the other theater the protest stop and I'm against that there were a lot of sacrifices what did we get in return why did they stop the protest I want to understand why what solution delivering the improvements in Gaza can be reversed in an instant it heavy violence starts up again but if Israel continues to relax restrictions more Gazans will feel the impact Hamas will gain to says does a political science professor McRae Mar Abu saada if there's going to be at the end it will be good for her master that the daily life conditions will improve the the difficulties the two million Palestinians are facing in Gaza will improve and that will ease the internal pressure against Hamas let me remind you that in Marshall twenty nineteen the Palestinians in Gaza revolted against harass under the slogan we want to live some Israelis are criticizing the overtures to Gaza centrist Benny guns who's running against prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Netanyahu's policy is rewarding terrorists some Israelis say Hamas should first return to Israeli captives and the bodies of two Israeli soldiers cabinet minister you off garland defends the policy on Israeli TV show me the mail can deal with the culture my facility on the sheet this is a clear eyed policy to allow us to calm things down and bring quiet this is not a wide arrangement when we get there we'll have demands like a prisoner swap whatever you wanna call this indirect agreement it's very different from Israel's long time policy to isolate Hamas and break its hold on Gaza instead Hamas and average Gazans are getting some relief Daniel Estrin.

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"saada" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"saada" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Who had a leg amputated after Israeli troops shot them at the Gaza border protests was it that I would look for the end of the age the only people who are the key to the protest stopped and I'm against that there are a lot of sacrifices what did we get in return why did they stop the protest I want to understand why what solution delivering the improvements in Gaza can be reversed in an instant it heavy violence starts up again but if Israel continues to relax restrictions more Gazans will feel the impact Hamas will gain to says does a political science professor moe claim are Abu saada if there's going to be a dealer will be good for how mass dat the daily life conditions will improve the the difficulties the two million Palestinians are facing in Gaza will improve and that will ease the entertainment pressure against Hamas looked me remind you that in Marshall twenty nineteen the Palestinians in Gaza revolted against harass under the slogan we want to live some Israelis are criticizing the overtures to Gaza centrist Benny guns who's running against prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Netanyahu's policy is rewarding terrorists some Israelis say Hamas should first return to Israeli captives and the bodies of two Israeli soldiers cabinet minister you off garland defends the policy on Israeli TV some in the mail can deal with the culture my facility on the sheet this is a clear eyed policy to allow us to calm things down and bring quiet this is not a wide arrangement when we get there we'll have demands like a prisoner swap whatever you wanna call this indirect agreement it's very different from Israel's long time policy to isolate Hamas and break its hold on Gaza instead Hamas and average Gazans are getting some relief Daniel Estrin NPR news got this is NPR news you're listening to morning edition on KQED public radio coming up on the next segment of of morning edition fertility treatment is a multi billion dollar industry the process is tricky to navigate AS one Indianapolis woman with a complicated past found out we'll hear from her and more on that subject coming up in about two minutes from now this morning on forum during the nine o'clock hour Republican political strategist Rick Wilson has spent his career working to defeat Democrats in elections across the country now the self described old school conservative says he has the formula for a successful democratic campaign against president trump he joins the show to talk about his new book running against the devil and at ten o'clock we'll hear from bay area civil rights leader eva Paterson she joins form to talk about her twenty twenty priorities and the latest work of the equal justice society of which she is president forum from nine to eleven this morning here on KQED public radio rates now twenty minutes past three I'm Jeremy Hobson Kansas lawmakers reached a bipartisan deal to approve Medicaid expansion and democratic governor Laura Kelly tells us other red states that one Medicaid could look to the Kansas model it is simple it is clean it's about is inexpensive and production contains a conversation with the governor of Kansas next time on here now here and now at eleven o'clock this morning here on KQED then at noon which country focused on the opioid epidemic math and cocaine overdose is have been spiking we've seen this over and over in American history that an opioid epidemic is then followed by an epidemic of stimulus tackling the next chapter of the overdose crisis in.

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"saada" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"saada" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The BBC world service in London with me Rebecca Ken's B. and my two guests this hour did in saada is here is a rights brought Costa specializing in topics on Islam in science and technology and also with us in the studio Rosamond when senior reporter at the times Sunday times newspaper in London and the very recent heaping drafting and as that brexit correspondence rose menu it's telling us a bit about that Elia this is this is an issue that is dividing everybody the country's completely divided even families because we saw Boris Johnsons and brother taking a different line last week will quiet in the Johnson family managed despite stepless school disagreements remain close and even for Joe Johnson his younger brother to serve in the cabinet despite the fact that she come out earlier this year in favor of a second referendum on me and essential for us the chance to stay in the in my own family we are fairly politically United Akon overseas say which way any of us dated but maybe people can gas however and my family comes at my mom's side from the concern that the Republic of Ireland and that is an issue the from the frightening prospect of the border there in the event of an ideal between north Northern Ireland and the Republic and is an issue that they all very conscious of my family in Ireland and we have not talked about nearly enough in the U. K. the house in the access and there are many British people that have caught the Irish ancestry and that is very close connections between those two countries and I knows it you've got family Ole the the world as well I mean you have a they viewing this from from outside the U. K.. I think with a great deal of amusement that they keep asking me what you know. what I think about it and sometimes they ask me what I believe I don't every man that at that I think it's not just that that the country is divided but the V. O. S. has a delighted I mean there's a division between ourselves so for example sometimes I believe and sometimes I met him in that so when I look at Europe and with this kind of monolithic prophecy and corruption and create you know gravy train. the the fact that Tom the hot months out of the parliament you know is a comes from the extreme right wing parties and so on so forth I want to leave but when I look at Britain and you know that we are not a great followed anymore right it's V. I believe in the network well independent interconnected then I want you know to remain fit so that the arguments on both sides show we're gonna speak to post a little bit later but I mean if you were given of it now then you'd be in trouble because the guy I was absolutely I mean I I I I I I buy on women's phone from from both sides in in in the sense that and and I think that the solution is for us to learn to live with a multiple says well okay I'm not sure we'll have time for that they sow but let's look at the unfolding political at chaos really in the in the U. K. now because we've had more developments last night a senior member of the British government resigned over brexit and what she said was the political vandalism of the sacking of twenty one MPs from the ruling Conservative Party last week amber Rudd is a former interior minister or home secretary and she's not only resigned from the cabinet also from the Conservative Party she says that she nonsense that serve as an independent and paid she said Boris Johnson's handling of the rebel and peace was an assault on decency and democracy. I have been sprawling unfortunately.

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"saada" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

07:54 min | 3 years ago

"saada" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

"Is a sin. It is the top sin on God's list. To be consumed by our food is the second sin on God's list. We've become so comfortable in our sin in Saada. That we seldom will sacrifice the time. To really pray. Frankly. Lord.

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"saada" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"saada" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"She has been delving in the field of women's health for many, many years in Saada sought after speaker internationally. She hosts a weekly radio show, contributing writer to numerous publications the selling author of hormone heresy what women must know what women must know, to protect their daughters from breast cancer, the return of the ancient seed Chia, and her latest book is the hemp revolution, the eight Izzy health benefits of hemp ex. Tracked. And we are so grateful for the work that she's been doing for over thirty years, and Dr Cheryl Selman nice to have you back. It's great to be with you Frankie. So you have written this book hemp revolution. I would love for you to share with us. What was it about this CV de product? They can of Odile that your radar said, yes, I need to know more about this. Well, first of all, I have to give you credit Frankie because you had been so excited about the, the, the research that you've been doing, and you've really turned me onto this several years ago and entered full disclosure, right? Full disclosure. We're very dear friends. We're best besties. We are. So, you know, I always listen to what you are coming up with right there on the leading edge. And I began to investigate the CBD world. And I was amazed I was amazed at what I was discovering. I couldn't believe that this a product that had so many benefits and so few actually no real downsides at all. So I just started to delve into it, and I wrote a book, that's an easy to read book for the, you know, the, the beginner to understand this story the history, but all of the benefits that hemp extract can offer people safely. And those benefits are so numerous at one point, we joked about it sounding like it was snake oil. You know, it's like, how is it possible, that this, this plant can take care of so many things? And it's true. The more the research is delving into the world of CBD's, which is an ongoing basis. Now there studies coming out every week that show the immense benefits of CBD's without any harm. So, you know, you're looking at a plan that has the ability to communicate with our own system and improve all the key functions from our central nervous system, which has to do with our immune system to our peripheral nervous system, which has to do with the functioning of all the organs of our body. So it kind of covers the basis of what supports our body to stay healthy and to heal when you first started doing the research. Did you ever think that you as an indie would have your own personal story to share because? To tell everyone what happened to you about a month and a half ago. Yeah. You know. One of the benefits of being naturopathic doctor and a host of health show, like you're is that you have access to so many resources you learn about so many possibilities of how you can heal and repair and regenerate the body..

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"saada" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"saada" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"I just wanted to give I want to give everybody a debriefing that perhaps MRs. But there was the rubber really started to meet the road at this point. Because now we're talking about. Astros making the walk, and I was very concerned about this. Now, I wanted to take the fight. And I wanted to enjoy the fight. I wanted to make sure we showed the respective Robbie Lawler that he is more than are more than earned and info that part of the story got told right and to make sure that we brought aspirin in the right way. So I I did my own little part to contribute to that. But it's time to go. It's so aspirin comes out there playing the funky music. He looks like he doesn't have the foggiest idea that he's about to go into a cage fight. And I mean, I don't know if it's an act or if that's a competitor in. There are many things in his personality that parallel Matlin Lynn or he genuinely likes to and wants to compete where he peers that. He is not nervous in the back. He is excited. He appears to be one of those very few guys who you don't have to say anything to to get them in the right, psychological standpoint. This is what he wants to do. Okay. So he comes out. I mean, he looks just like a. Guy in compliance with the rules of Saada, and the sport should look there's something very endearing about that. And the crowd takes to him. I mean, he's not in the I'm not talking no shave chest and the tanning bed lessons, and he looks like good dude should book that's in compliance with the rules. And he gets the cage and the whole audience is just happy to see him. Right. Robby comes out robbing looks the scariest guy card. I mean. You look at his eyes. You saw this. You saw what I said. Okay. So Robby gets in Joel all hell breaks loose in about five seconds. And then comes right out. It goes for the shot Robbie stuffs. The little scrambling sues Ben takes his back Robbie slips the elbow out. All of a sudden Robert Scott been up head over T kettle. I mean, he sends him Daniel Josh Barnett versus Daniel Cormie style back to the ground and starts swinging and Robbie's fresh. You don't wanna be hit by Robbie in the fifth round. Let alone five seconds into the first this fights. To get stopped a referee could have stopped it without question. Many referees would please jump in. I thought he was out. I thought he was out. And I thought he came back to, but but go on many referees would have stopped this and this referee could have stopped this. And there would be no blowback what happened upon further review. And I don't know if you caught this going to point it out for you. But when they went down Robbie had Benz are and had it trapped behind his back. So when been is just taking all these punches and looking as though he's out as you said or looking as oh, he's not intelligently defending. There was no ability to he had no hand to put it in front of that part. I personally see that's why I'm telling you. Well, and and those hammers are coming down Robbie's hammer's coming down. Let me let me tell you what I saw and. Then aspirin look to me this week to be a kid in the candy store media everywhere. Twitter nonstop a little bit too nonchalant for me. Ravi seem like, hey, I want this fight too. But I wanted in a different way. I'll sit there thinking, you you say Matlin, and I'm going back and forth with this, and I say would would prime Matt Linlin beat a prime Robbie Lawler. That leads me to say, yes, I keep going that leads me to say, yes, I see all this other noise like Ben's, really not taking the series. And he's got a killer in front of him. It comes to me last night. I think Ben's going to get knocked out. So they go let me tell you what I saw. I saw been go out get thrown on his head. But guy that has one not one single wrestling match in his life. Thought the fight should have been stopped could've been stopped..

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"saada" Discussed on History On Fire

History On Fire

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"saada" Discussed on History On Fire

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Calls for investigation into airstrike in Yemen that killed children

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:29 sec | 4 years ago

Calls for investigation into airstrike in Yemen that killed children

"In Yemen at least twenty nine children have been, killed dozens wounded in a Saudi led coalition air strike the international. Committee of the Red Cross says the kids were traveling on a bus that. Was hit at a market in, the northern province of Saada State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert we call them the Saudi led coalition to conduct a thorough and transparent investigation into the incident we take all credible accounts of civilian casualties very seriously the coalition's backing yemen's government and a war with shiite rebels known as

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Saudi-led coalition airstrike kills dozens of children on bus in Yemen

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:29 sec | 4 years ago

Saudi-led coalition airstrike kills dozens of children on bus in Yemen

"In Yemen at least twenty nine children have been, killed dozens. Wounded in Saudi led coalition air strike the international committee. Of the Red Cross says the kids were traveling on a bus that was. Hit at a market in the, northern province of Saada State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert we call him the Saudi led coalition to conduct a thorough and transparent investigation into the incident we take all credible accounts of civilian casualties very seriously the coalition's back Backing Yemen's government in a war with Shiite rebels known as

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Trump, Kim Jong and President discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

01:30 min | 4 years ago

Trump, Kim Jong and President discussed on BBC World Service

"Brussels later today to discuss preparations for the alliance's summit next month they're expected to focus on the perceived threat from a resurgent russia and on reinforcing nato's defence capabilities in poland and the baltic countries are defense correspondent jonathan marcus reports from brussels much discussion at this meeting we'll be on measures to rapidly reinforce the nato forward battlegroups deployed and potent and the three baltic republics the hope is that the nato summit in just over a month's time an ambitious plan will be unveiled intended to deploy up to thirty mechanized battalions thirty air force squadrons and thirty warships within thirty days of the outbreak of any crisis iraqi police at least sixteen people have been killed in an explosion near a shia mosque in these saada city district of baghdad many more were injured and interior ministry spokesman said the mosque had been used as an illegal arms cache and the blast occurred when the weapons were transferred to a nearby car he blamed terrorist aggression and said an investigation had been launched world news from the bbc the foreign minister of singapore vivian balakrishnan is in pyongyang for talks with north korean officials ahead of next week's historic summit between president trump and kim jong on the meeting between the us and north korean leaders is to be held on the singaporean island of centers the peruvian congress has suspended three legislators including kenji fujimori over corruption allegations following a petition by a rival party led by mister fujimori assistant keiko kenji fujimori.

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