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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In a statement yesterday, Mayor Dennis McBride said. Fortunately, all eight have survived and are believed to be recovering. Mayor McBride also said investigators determine the shooting resulted from an altercation. Seven adults and one team were shot. The shooter got away and is still on the loose. The mall reopens today. The Trump campaign is formally requesting a machine recount of all ballots in Georgia. It issued a statement Saturday saying it filed the petition under state law, which allows a recount of the margin is less than a half percent. Democrat Joe Biden defeated Trump by a little more than 12,000 votes in that state. Georgia officials have already done a hand audit of all five million ballots. Democrats will keep control of the House in Congress. But the margin maybe tight, Jim Forbes explains. There are still eight House races that have not been called by NBC News. Seven are too close to call, and the eighth is heading for a runoff. So far, Democrats have won 223 seats to the Republicans 212. If all eight go to the GOP The Democrats would have a three seat majority. The closest races in Iowa were Republican Challenger marionette Miller. Meeks leads Democrat Read a heart by 49 votes. In fact, Republicans lead in most of the races. I'm Jim Forbes, Georgia Senator Kelly Lefler is going into isolation after an initial positive test for the coronavirus. Second test came back inconclusive. The Republican is campaigning for a January 5th runoff election against Democrat Raphael Warnock. Leffler was at a campaign rally Friday with Vice President Mike Pence her campaign said she will follow CDC guidelines and self isolate until getting tested again. They said the senator has no symptoms. Her race is one of two in the peach state that will determine which party will control the Senate next year. You're listening to the latest. I'm Lisa Taylor. World leaders are making a united stand in the cove in 19 fight. In his opening statement At the start of the G 20 summit, King Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saad of host countries, Saudi Arabia issued a call for international solidarity to fight the disease. Yesterday, the G 20 member nations committed billions of dollars for the battle against the disease and trillions more for economic recovery from the hardship caused by Cove in 19 inspired restrictions and lockdowns. Many Americans they're traveling for Thanksgiving despite CDC recommended Sins against it during the pandemic. The Transportation Security Administration says it screened over a million people at the nation's airports on Friday, making it the second busiest day at U. S airports Since the Corona virus outbreak hit last March. It's still only 40% of last year's number of air travelers on Friday before Thanksgiving. On Thursday, the CDC warned against holiday air travel and three major airlines reported a decline in bookings. However, airlines air still bracing for their busiest week since the start of the pandemic, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, but is it too early to start decorating? Matt Matt Johnson explains. Almost 30% of those surveyed say no way. They plan to deck the halls before Thanksgiving or already have, while 69% will wait until after the team that you go. Asked about 3000 people with the conclusion that most people will turn their homes into a winter wonderland. By the end of the month. I'm at Madison, the Florida dog owner has rescued his puppy from the jaws of an alligator. W I. N K reported Friday that Richard Wilbanks was taking a walk with a small spaniel named Gunner near a pond in Estero, Florida, When an alligator suddenly leapt out of the water and grabbed the dog will being succeeded in freeing gunner after he pried open. The Gator's Jaws gunner survived the ordeal, The report says. Wilbanks plans to walk gunner using a leash from now on. I'm Lisa Taylor. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. As we've been reporting, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals has received emergency clearance for its antibody cocktail. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini reports. The company says it's r E G and come to therapy has been authorized for the treatment of mild to moderate covered 19 in adults and in some Children at least 12 years old. This is the same treatment that President Trump received last month after he contracted covert 19. Similar antibody from Eli Lilly received emergency FDA clearance earlier this month. Regeneron's cocktail treatment uses to monoclonal antibodies they target.

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King Salman of Saudi Arabia Admitted to Hospital

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:23 sec | 4 months ago

King Salman of Saudi Arabia Admitted to Hospital

"Has been hospitalized. Theeighty four year old king Salman bin Abdulaziz has been admitted, according to state media after suffering from inflammation of the gall bladder. In the latest report, they said only that he was undergoing medical checks. King Salman has led Saudi

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Saudi Arabia’s crown prince, backed by the king, moves for absolute power

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

10:04 min | 9 months ago

Saudi Arabia’s crown prince, backed by the king, moves for absolute power

"It is easy to forget that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz. Al Sowed is not actually technically ruler of Saudi Arabia. That title belongs formerly to his elderly Father King Salman however since his appointment as crown prince in two thousand seventeen. It has been widely understood that. Nbs often known is the heir designate. Power behind the throne and at the age of thirty four very much the future of Saudi Arabia in this unofficial role mb has furnished considerable cause for concern he has overseen a terrible onslaught against Yemen and a blockade of Qatar. Neither of which appear to have accomplished much. He has interred dozens of his fellow royalty. For a time in a Ritz hotel and more or less kidnapped the prime minister of Lebanon perhaps most infamously. Nbs is widely supposed responsible for the murder of Washington. Post columnist. Jamal Khashoggi even by those standards. This week's palace intrigue in Riyadh is remarkable. Several members of the court appear to have been arrested at MBA's instruction including one of his uncles and one of his cousins dozens more army officers and civil servants are also reported to have been rounded up east this NBA swatting a coup. D'etat conducting one of his own. If he does manage to reach the throne when King Solomon's time comes. What does he want to do with it and is in BS? Perhaps not quite the Mariah Carey loving modernizer. He would have us believe. This is the foreign desk when you bring in Mariah Carey and all these singers and pay them views amount of money but you do not have an any universities anyplace to learn music. There is no department in any Saudi university to learn. Play ride to a drama making this these other forms that you should look for. And whether this massive youth constituency what she has to some extent manage to bring behind him is still behind him in five years time because young people need to get jobs. They need to be able to get married. They can't subsistence promises forever. So I think Basch is going to be the key determinant his credibility rather than some of the things that I looked with more interested in the book. We must remember that. Donald Trump has given unequivocal support. D'amato Vince on who is heavily implicated in the killing of the journalist. Jamal Hasha he. Trump has had his back on that one and I think as as long as trump remains in power that this relationship will continue quite strongly. You're listening to the foreign desk. I'm Andrew Miller on today show. I'm joined by Ali Al Ahmed and Laura James Ali. Ahmed is a Saudi Scala. The Institute for Gulf Affairs joins us from Washington DC. Laura James is senior Middle East analyst at the Global Advisory Firm Oxford Analytica Ali. Al Start with you and I'll start with well it's not always an easy question to answer with Saudi Arabia's concerned which is the the pretty basic one of as far as we know what has been going on this week Mohammed bin Salman the heir apparent of King. Solomon who has a lot of political ambitions obviously has members of the ruling family who are his rivals and they do not want to see him become king if they would like to see him ousted some just by talking and some by plotting so what has happened is Hamad discernment is extremely insecure about that and he took measures to stop any attempt to remove him. We have two groups here those who are talking and then the sort of speaking ill of Like his uncle Ahmad but Abdelaziz who who thinks that he has better in terms of becoming king and you have his cousin especially the younger ones who rallied around the his main rival. Hamad bin naive to try to dislodge him for power by by force even and that is why we have seen these steps of arrest and monitoring hundreds of members on family who are eyeing the throne Laura to bring you in his they one fundamental thing looking behind this extraordinary shakespeare in intrigue. Is it a reasonable assumption that MBBS is trying to nail down his future in anticipation that King Mohammed who is eighty four years old and not in good health? Con- last forever. I think he's done really since he became Crown Princeton before has been based on that assumption. It's been about shoring up his position within the family and I think if when his father succeeded nobody would have predicted that he could have done it. This effectively. He is essentially unchallenged. Do we understand. If the differences between the rival factions are actually political or is this basically a more atavistic. Instinctual family feud. I'm not sure that you can draw the distinction very clearly in Saudi Arabia between family in politics the two very much Banda with each other. I would say one difference between Mohammed bin Salman. His rivals is that he thinks that the anyway food. Saudi Arabia is essentially for one person to be in clear charging for that person to him whereas some of the people who oppose him wants to get back to a more consensual style family managed rule and Schering of resources and consensus in enslave change whereas if a political as well family reasons bin Salman says no that model work for Saudi Arabia. Dunga all these possible to be clear on rich factions of the house of sowed supporting. Nbs this point. Does he actually have the numbers? I think? So the most important in Saudi government and the ruling. Saudi Arabia is not even the ruling family anymore. It was about power previously. The model like Laura speaking about the there were centers of power at King. Abdullah had the national guard was his own militia guns so he can force his His agenda and his position and so on the delayed crown prince was also minister of defense so he had the army under his control so he can push his agenda and most importantly then the ministry of the interior with late conference knife had the interior ministry. Which has the largest number of security personnel and across the country and so he can use that to push himself to the throne in all of these people reach the throne. Some some did some died before they they got to to become king now all of these powers the Army National Guard and the Interior Ministry has been gutted and removed. Everything that's powerful about. It has been moved to something called the State Security Agency and the control of bin Salman so our bin Salman controls all the military and security apparatus in the country. So who is his real challenge? No one they can speak. They can talk about. They cannot do very much. There are members of the family who want to see him out. This is not strange to the Saudi ruling family King Faysal was shot and killed by his own nephew. King Salad was overthrown by his brothers. And also there was an assassination attempt on his life after he was deposed and expelled. This is nothing new in the history of the family so I expect to see some harsh measures against some of those younger princess like Nawaf bin Ni- F- Who was arrested and Mohammed bin? Naif who is basically the boss the boss of this of this of these people because he has the best chance in rivaling Ahmed bin Salman let us remember. It was the Obama Administration C. i. a. A and Obama who brought Hamad Knife as the future king and gave him a lot of accolades And supported him and tell trump came and push 'em B. S. INSTEAD AND MR. I'm mad but was pushed out and he still. Mr Benign has a lot of support in Washington in day democratic side. So that was the fear that MBBS had Laura how much might MB S.'s? Stature in court or credibility in the court of being damaged by his own somewhat petulant impulsive behavior over the years whether that's launching this war in Yemen his involvement? In the murder of Jamal Khashoggi would there be a concern in the rest of the court that he might be quite the loose cannon concerns among some parts of the ruling family and very strong concerns internationally. I think there are two distinct issues. One is about foreign policy mistakes. And as you've said in terms of Yemen in terms of Qatar in terms of the confrontation with Iran and particularly in Lebanon. It seemed that. His foreign policy initiatives haven't worked very well. I think within the country that's less important like the Ritz Carlton and this latest. Crackdown are actually less important than the nuts and bolts of vision twenty thirty which is his transformation plan so Mohammed bin Salman has stepped forward and said we know we need to change. The oil is going to run out. We've got to move into a new era. Diversify the economy. Be ready for this. Get Jokes Young People Change Society? I need a huge amounts woods that intensive transforming the way in which Saudi Arabia

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Saudi Arabia's king names prince as new foreign minister

BTV Simulcast

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Saudi Arabia's king names prince as new foreign minister

"Saudi king Salman bin Abdulaziz has named his third new foreign minister in four years prince Faisal bin fine al sold will take on the post after previously serving as the kingdom's ambassador to Germany the king also pointed sell Jessa as transportation minister former foreign minister Abraham al Asaf was appointed as a state minister and a member in the Saudi cavernous

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Saudi Arabia's king names prince as new foreign minister

BTV Simulcast

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Saudi Arabia's king names prince as new foreign minister

"Saudi king Salman bin Abdulaziz has named his third new foreign minister in four years prince Faisal bin fine al sold will take on the post after previously serving as the kingdom's ambassador to Germany the king also pointed sell Jessa as transportation minister former foreign minister Abraham al Asaf was appointed as a state minister and a member in the Saudi

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Crowded officials say the blasts appeared to be from improvised, explosive devices, Iraq declared victory against ISIS in two thousand seventeen but the group continues to carry out attacks through sleeper cells particularly in the country's north Egypt's president, I've been that has CC told Arab heads of state gathered at an emergency summit in Saudi Arabia that the security of Arab Gulf states is linked to the national security of Egypt L, C C's comments come amid mounting tensions between Saudi Arabia, and Iran Saudi king Salman, bin Abdulaziz, convened. The league summit as a show of unity against Iraq. Iran. Wiki leaks, founder Julian Assange has missed an extradition hearing apparently due to health problems. His lawyer goes peers told the court asandra is not very well. Assange, his forty seven years old isn't Belmarsh prison serving fifty weeks sentence for jumping bait in Britain while fighting exhibition to the US, which accuses him violating espionage act by publishing secret documents containing the names of confidential military and diplomatic sources Sweden. Also seek sinful for questioning about an alleged rape, which Assan has denied. It's not clear which claim would take president's Syria shaklee London. Hungarian police detained in the captain of a cruise ship that collided with and sank a sightseeing boat packed with South Korean tourists as rescue, crews geared up to raise the vessel from the bottom of the river in the heart of Budapest. While scouring the waters for twenty one people still missing seven people are confirmed dead seven heaven risk rescued. All of them South Koreans WBZ news time nine fifty three Klaus von Bulow has died in London was one of the most sensational criminal cases of the nineteen eighties. Klaus von Bulow. A Danish foreign socialite was accused of trying to kill his wealthy wife sunny, who had gone into an irreversible coma bomb Bulow was convicted at nine hundred eighty two trial in Newport Rhode Island but the verdict was reversed on appeal. He was acquitted at a second trial Oscar winner. Jeremy Irons portrayed von Bulow in the movie reversal of fortune. Innocence. Von Bulow died at home in London on Saturday, according to his son in law. He was ninety two. I Mike Rossier cities that have protected bike lanes have fewer traffic deaths than those that do not. That's according to a new study Chicago, and several other cities including Denver, Dallas Seattle and San Francisco finds that the presence of protected separated. Bike lanes makes roads safer for everyone that the barriers have an effective slowing down traffic and making even car. Car crashes less severe the university of Colorado. Study finds that cities with protected bike lanes had forty four percent fewer road deaths than those that did not study also finds that painted bike lanes are.

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Egypt's leader says Gulf security vital to Cairo

WBBM Evening News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Egypt's leader says Gulf security vital to Cairo

"Egypt's president, I've been that has CC told Arab heads of state gathered at an emergency summit in Saudi Arabia that the security of Arab Gulf states is linked to the national security of Egypt L, C C's comments come amid mounting tensions between Saudi Arabia, and Iran Saudi king Salman, bin Abdulaziz, convened. The league summit as a show of unity against Iraq.

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

12:56 min | 2 years ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Of congress coming in in January. The first is Ilan, Omar a democrat who was a Somali American who will serve in the congress from Minnesota. And you have a second candidate who got elected who is Michigan democrat Rashida to leave who is a Palestinian American. They will be entering the United States Congress as to Muslim women who are serving in the US congress, and that's great. I mean, people are gonna represent communities you get elected. Everything's dynamite. The concern is coming out of the hour. Be a newspaper in Saudi Arabia that Linda Sarsour has sort of come this pipeline between essentially the Muslim Brotherhood and these two candidates and potentially other candidates that she's going to try to bring another congress. And we know that the Muslim Brotherhood has a very long-term plan to try to take down the west. We understand there's a belief that at some point that black flag. That we have seen that has been made so famous by by extremists will at some point fly, according to their declarations fly over the White House, the United States, the United States will book calm a country that will be. A Muslim nation. This according to the Muslim Brotherhood's what they're trying to do. So Linda Sarsour who became a darling of the progressive leftist, even though she's she's got an Islamist streak and is Llamas. Do not treat women. Well, women are stoned. They are killed. They are abused in countries like Saudi Arabia and Iran. These are these are folks who do not have equal rights. Linda, Sarsour got equal rights. She's an American citizen living in Brooklyn of Palestinian heritage. And she's outselling the message that's apparently coming out of the Muslim Brotherhood. So when we left off we know that Linda Sarsour has been running in some circles with some pretty shady characters people who are very prominent when it comes to being in at least the Islamism atmosphere. Now, I'm not saying that she's directly affiliated with everybody. But the Al Arabiya newspaper, which is published in Saudi Arabia has done a lot of legwork and make no mistake. They have got deep connections into that community as well. So I'm going to defer to them in terms of knowing who's wired into what? And where? So Linda Sarsour was at the annual meeting of the international network of the Muslim Brotherhood in New York in North America and Canada in two thousand sixteen it was a three day affair also participating was a group called the Muslim students association established in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine by a women's group called the sisters of success, which is affiliated with the council of American Islamic relations. And it's Palestinian executive director co-founder Nihad Awad also hanging out. There was Erdogan the Turkish president also at the event was Sarraj wa is described by his supporters as a pioneering Islamic preacher in New York and a hero of social commute. Knee work. Jostle our Rueda who was a founding member of the international union of Muslim scholars president of the massinc studies in London and professor of Islamic studies at Carleton university in Canada and a member for the European Council for fatwa and research and a former member of the Qatar foundation. Jamal Badawi a member of the international union of Muslim scholars and a founding. So you're getting the idea of like what we're talking about here. We're talking about people that are all dialed into this political Islamist ideology, they're all running in the same circles is Linda Sarsour has been welcomed at the White House and has been prominently featured in such events as screaming and shrieking and crying and screaming out at Brett cavenaugh as he was up for his supreme court post and yelling and screaming and carrying on at the pink hats March which is really rich because I don't think she's a feminist. I think she somebody who's using feminism to seller is longest ideology. She doesn't want to be around Madonna. She doesn't want to be around our cat. She doesn't want to be around any of these activists. She she would revile them. She would have them wearing cover and only going out with male companions escorting them around in Saudi Arabia. I mean what renewing? So. Suraj why why whom Linda Sarsour has admired and in turn influenced? Her was back in the national spotlight when his son Suraj Iban wattage was arrested in August of twenty eighteen and jailed on a Georgia warrant, alleging child abduction law enforcement. Officers searching a rural northern New Mexico compound for a missing three year old boy found eleven children in filthy conditions with hardly any food and weapons where was training them on how to execute mass shootings in America's schools. He's tight with her. Nothing to see here. Nothing is here. As for joss, sir, Huda, he's a founding member of the international world union of Muslim scholars sponsored and chaired by the extremist cleric who's in league with Al Qaeda and company Yousef, Al cower. Dolly, the author of the book disrupting the domineering systems jihad and the folly of state sovereignty published in two thousand seventeen oh, he sounds like a sweet are Doney, which he called on his logic entities to think strategically to restore the concept of true jihad and its institutions to the life of the nation that it should not be repelled by the current political and media situation. No matter how urgent his book emphasizes that these Islamic entities. And even honest humanity in general should begin to think about the course means that the Islamic societies and humanity itself could use to eliminate the gangs and to disintegrate the torrential entities. You know, what would be a really good way to pull that off? Infiltrating the political institutions of the United States and European countries to subtly and quietly change those systems from within rather than attacking from outside changing them from with it would that sound like that would work. Yup. From all that's been mentioned, you can touch on the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood and shaping the thoughts of Linda Sarsour. And consequently her declaring her quote Jiahd against a US President Donald Trump in addition to her call for the application of sharia. The rule of Islam in the United States of America during a speech at the annual meeting at the San Francisco branch of care seating. And find out audio. These are terms used by the Muslim Brotherhood and an abuse of saieed Kutab, a scholar and co-founder of the Muslim Brotherhood as well. As Abu Allah, my duties, books, Islam and ignorance and fundamentals of Islam. These terms are used in preached by al-qaeda terrorist, organizations and ISIS extremist groups as well. Inner speech. Linda, Sarsour said quote, God is waiting for us to stand up to those who are oppressing our societies not only in the Middle East and abroad, but here in the United States. This is a kind of jihad where you have fascist white supremacists. And Islamophobes we have to remain angry those who are currently sitting in the White House are not normal normal citizens should not be among this administration. If something terrible happens you're responsible for. You have no choice, but to be politicized. Engage and be part of the resistance to defend our right to be Muslims in the United States opposition is the highest form of national expression in a country like the United States. Despite the claims of the Islamist activist, Linda Sarsour that her speech, which was about human rights was taken out of context. But according to some observers that her defense is just only one of the tactics the Muslim Brotherhood in their dodgers us in the forms of jihad as they are afraid to say the word openly as the collective memory of the west in general is still tense toward events blamed on extremists. So the Muslim Brotherhood resorts to political terms away from its militant tones when using the jihad word. Through the interaction in support of the president of the Islamic society of North America USA, Dr Ingrid Mattson who is of Canadian origin and designated as the mother of the quote Muslim sisters. In the United States, whom former President Obama chose to speak at his inauguration in January of two thousand nine and with the campaign women's March against Trump led by Sarsour and Somali Ilan, Omar the congresswoman from Minnesota the quote, spiritual daughter of Obama who said in a tweet November twenty seventeen thank you for being a source of inspiration, hope and change. I have always been called the proud to call you my president. And addition Dalia Moga ahead. Former executive director of the Gallup center for Muslim studies chosen to serve on Obama's advisory council of faith based and neighborhood partnerships. No nine also known as as a staunch critic of the Egyptian President el-sisi one of the vocal participants in the meetings of the network of Muslim Brotherhood in North America. And Canada turns out the common ground for the sisters are supported by former President Obama are the protests, sit ins and demonstrations on US streets on one hand, they are mujahideen as Lyndon describes in the face of tyrants, and opponents of Trump's foreign policies from the siege of Iran, the siege of Iran, the fight against political Islam groups and his choice of Saudi Arabia under king Salman bin Abdulaziz. And prince Mohammad bin Salman as a strategic ally. By the way, the Muslim Brotherhood re released a document in two thousand seventeen five thousand pages in the international network of the Muslim Brotherhood in the house of Israel, his smile Albarassi in which it explained the long term plan to establish a caliphate in the United States and Canada bread. She's the peace activists are calling for Jiahd and she's calling for a caliphate man, she's calling for caliphate in the United States and Canada. To me. There is more compelling evidence that you may very well have Muslim Brotherhood. Infiltration our government in DC. There's more evidence of that based on what this document reveals. Then you have in terms of Russian collusion with Donald Trump. It is very interesting to consider. This is what's going on? Enclosing the document the five thousand page document, the work of the Muslim Brotherhood in North America is a kind of great Shahad and the removal and destruction of western civilization. The document by the way, also mentions the need to establish Muslim sisterhood which includes central and local women's associations training and technical vocational institutes schools and kindergartens posted this up over at the Brentwood will show Facebook page for your consideration take it or leave it. We'll be watching it closely. And I'm watching Saraswat is right now there you go. Eight hundred seven sixty K FM be one eight hundred seven sixty five three six two. Manafort and baller don't pay attention. The rest of this. AM seven sixty talking. Breaking news Jim Sharpe met with headlines. What's going on? Jim. A French police official says the death toll in the Strasbourg Christmas market shooting is up to four eleven others have been wounded several are in critical condition. Police officials say the suspect was shot and wounded but managed to get away and remains at large tonight. The US military says it has called off its search for five missing crew members after their refueling playing collided with a fighter jet last week off Japan southern coast, the search and recovery operations ended after finding only one survivor time magazine has named four journalists and a newspaper as its twenty eighteen person of the year, the group which time called the guardians include slain Saudi journalist, Jamal kashogi and the capital gazette and Annapolis Maryland where five people were shocked to death in June. You're never more than fifteen minutes away from the top stories of the day on the bread winner will show AM seven sixty talk and breaking news AMC. Seven sixteen talk and breaking news..

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Other direction who are becoming more and more of a force on the world stage yet certainly interesting question today just just before to getting onto that I think it's also intensive Trump and his diminished position. I think that's true to an extent. But I think that is also, you know, the the fact that the US is so powerful, I think that that something I was reading this week was saying that the g twenty summit was expected to kind of downgrade lots of expectations on things like climate change. And trade said they expected to drop the provisions to to avoid protectionism, for instance. And that's partly aimed. That keeping Trump on an America onside and kind of lowering expectations on climate change. They think that Oviously is still a huge amount of power that carries. Yeah. That whatever happened in the midterm elections. This'll huge amount of power with the office. And the I think it's a really really interesting time in that sense. You know, the the current global political moment we're in. I think leaves you know, that end of history thesis king. The kind of. The everlasting liberal world would pretty. Francis. Fukuyama a lot of books at the time. I'm sure he doesn't regret it. Does he you do have to wonder Jeffrey again going around the wheel of leaders? Here insists that Saudi Arabia will be represented by infact king. Salman bin Abdulaziz, not his his tempestuous air. How big a question or reffing is that likely to be this'll be the first time out in large scale will lead a company for the Saudis since the Jamal kashogi affair again. A similar question about them. They diminished by it or are people basically just thinking Saudis going to sound Saudi is going to sound. I feared that this thing is just going to go away and the Washington Post can keep that banner on the top of its page as long as it likes. I don't even know if it's still there talking about how Saudi Arabia hasn't been held accountable yet for the murder of Jamal kashogi. But it looks like the Trump strategy, which is you know, he released that statement from the White House the other day Laden with exclamation point. Talking about what a dangerous world it is. And how you know we don't let friends in the Middle East. So we have to make friends with Saudi Arabia, even though they might have been up to all sorts of trouble. I think that's the the strategy. And I don't see many people in the world stage who have it as one of their high priorities to challenge. Saudi arabia. I mean, you could imagine another world in which the US Iran deal, the the multilateral Iran deal was still going really really strong in which there was this this pivot to empowering Iran over empowering Saudi Arabia, and that would have changed the positioning on the world stage. But alas, that's that's not the world we're in. And so I think Saturday Arabia is going to carry on co we're going to take a short break now on that happy thought you're listening to Madari house with me Andrew along with Samir shackle Jeffrey Howard coming up next. The reason why flooded me a Putin might not be going to Argentina after all. This gay pissed takes places less explored in this special edition. We hope on a hotchpotch of connecting trains to recreate.

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"News and talk thirteen eighty. NBC News Radio. I'm Brian shook. A Chicago police officer is dead after a shooting at a hospital today. A spokesman for the Chicago police department identified the officer as Samuel Jimenez and asked for prayers for his family the shooting at mercy hospital also reportedly left the shooter dead Ivanka Trump reportedly used a personal Email account to send hundreds of messages to fellow White House aides and cabinet officials. The Washington Post reports that her use of the personal account apparently violated federal records rules, in some cases. A spokesman for Yvonne. Kaz attorney said he used the private Email before knowing about the rules rain heading for northern California could help firefighters as they continue to battle. Wildfires malibu. Residents are still reeling from the Wolsey fire and are preparing for the rain. This homeowner was filling sandbags today, even though her home was destroyed to halt to we have to protect the whatever's there. The burn from cover being covered by the mud. The campfire has claimed the lives of at least seventy seven people in the nearly two weeks. It's been burning the king of Saudi Arabia delivered a televised address today, correspondent bills Infor reports. He covered a number of issues, but left one out king Salman bin Abdulaziz in an address to the kingdom's. Shura council did express support for UN efforts to end the war in Yemen and did call the Palestinian issue a top priority. And did talk about the need for a political solution in Syria. He did not however talk about the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi the Saudis have admitted it was a premeditated murder, but maintain crown prince Mohammad bin Salman had no involvement. The White House's reinstating the press pass of CNN reporter, Jim Acosta CNN reports that the White House has fully restored a Costa's press pass the White House had previously threatened to revoke the credential at month's end when a temporary restraining order expired. You're listening to the. The latest from NBC News Radio. I'm.

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"The wwl king newsroom on news and talk thirteen eighty. The king of Saudi Arabia deliberated televised address today, correspondent bills Infor has more king Salman bin Abdulaziz in an address to the kingdom. Shura council did express support for UN efforts to win the war in Yemen. And did call the Palestinian issue a top priority. And did talk about the need for a political solution in Syria. He did not however talk about the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi the Saudis have admitted it was a premeditated murder, but maintain crown prince Mohammad bin Salman had no involvement bills emperor. NBC News Radio the president and first lady Melania Trump are kicking off the holiday season. They watched today as the White House Christmas tree was delivered. The president pointed to the tree and gave a thumbs up before. He and his wife went back into the White House. The nineteen and a half foot tree was delivered by horse and carriage, a renovated police substation open today in Times Square and is expected to provide increased. Security. Scott Pringle reports. Well, there's millions of people visiting Times Square annually in this new police substation here at forty third and Broadway has been brought into modern times we have full ballistic protection the glass and steel miss facilities. Vincent grip over the NYPD says police have more is now in Times Square a target mentioned by terrorists in the past. So we that in sixteen cameras that are now providing additional surveillance points through Times Square. And we also have a surveillance monitoring system in the facility. Scott Pringle, NBC. News Radio Bjork, the father of a Chicago area. High school football player is accused of influencing the outcome of a recent game by dressing as a referee. He's at the center of a lawsuit filed by Simeon career academy against the Eleanor high school association plaintiffs alleged the parent of a player from Nazareth war his referee uniform and was involved with calls the referee crew made even though he was not officiating the November tenth game. Brian. Shook NBC News Radio..

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Saudi King, Saudi Arabia And Vince Amano discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:34 min | 2 years ago

Saudi King, Saudi Arabia And Vince Amano discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"One the annual speech delivered by the Saudi King. Salman bin Abdulaziz is often reported upon it sets the kingdom's agenda for the next year this year. However, the speech comes a month after the murder of the journalist Jamal harsher g in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. And the world was watching to see if anything would be said, well, there was no mention of it. The eighty two year old monarch simply lauded his country's judiciary. And public prosecution for quote carrying out the duty in the service of Justice will Bill Laura's neck spit on the Middle East. And I'm delighted to say Jones seat once again in the studio combined twenty-four Bill tell me what the king did say. All right. What he said was that? He he lauded his his son mom, Vince Amano went to went to bat for him. He talked about the importance of a fair deal for the Palestinians. I think that's that's something else. With commenting Bonnie did not mention Jamal hash regime. He did law. The judicial system which may play well in Saudi Arabia, but Saudi Arabia, people would say that the judicial system is utterly politicized. And it is at the Beck and call of the ruling family and primarily it's mom been some on these days. He also talked and I think this is interesting actually about giving young Saudis opportunities, and he was talking about jobs. One of the things that home has signally failed to achieve thus far two years into his vision twenty thirty which is radical remake the Saudi economy end of Saudi culture and society, he has failed greed jobs for young Saudis. The unemployment rate is is stuck at about thirteen percent. That's what it was a year ago hasn't moved tall and that's much higher for for for your Saudis, particularly between the ages of fifteen and twenty five we're talking about thirty to thirty five percent unemployment the idea vision twenty thirty you empower the private sector, you create jobs. Saudis job done. Well, what's happened is Asher the private sector Canada? Ford the wages that the Saudis young Saudis can get in government, so young Saudis and up picking up the option very much, and the fact of the matter is not many new jobs have been created lots of promise talks of hundreds of thousands of jobs that are somehow going to appear that hasn't happened. Something else that has happened is there is no response yet to the issue of affordable housing young Saudis cannot get on the housing ladder, which means they can't get married. So these are two issues that, you know, mamas in someone's father was kind of pointing his son towards the domestic front.

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Be the UN's resident coordinator to Yemen. Lease Grundy speaking to the BBC's Orla Guerin twelve minutes past the hour. Our President Trump says there will be quote severe punishment for Saudi Arabia. If it's proved that it murdered the missing journalists Jamal kashogi who was last seen in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul ten days ago, speaking on the American network CBS he went on to say that low there would be severe punishment. He didn't want it to hurt American jobs implying. He wouldn't stop military sales to Saudi Arabia. It depends on what the sanctions or give me an example. They are ordering military weapon. Everybody in the world one of that order Russia wanted it China wanted it we wanted it. We got it. So would you cut that on what what I don't wanna do Boeing Lockheed Raytheon all these? I don't want to hurt jobs. I don't want to lose or like that. There are other ways of. Polishing to use a word. That's a pretty harsh word. But it's true. The comments there from President Trump on the case of Jacmel Hershel Greene. Meanwhile on Sunday evening these Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz, call the Turkish president Reggie type Burdwan to discuss the disappearance of the Saudi journalist. I spoke earlier to the BBC's Mark Lowen in Istanbul. Kingsholm on spoke to present. I'd one on Sunday night Shyamalan and said that no one will undermine the strength of the Turkish Saudi relationship and stressed that Saudi Arabia wanted to form a joint working joint commission of inquiry with the Turks to look at the cash g disappearance. But I there has been a sort of hardening of the message from the Turkish government in the last couple of days. I mean, the foreign minister here a maverick troubled show Lewis said that Turkey wants more cooperation from the Saudis. The Turks are frustrated, for example, that the search the police search they wanted to carry out of the Saudi consulate has not happened because the Saudis. Have tried to limit the scope of that search the tax for example, wanted to use a chemical that would that would uncover bloodstains in the concierge if there were any the Saudis are not allowed that reportedly they they wanted to only a visual search. So even though the government has been more cautious than the kind of leaks that we've seen over the last ten days or so alleging premeditated murder and this minimum dismemberment the body. I think you're seeing a gradual hardening of the position of Metaxas. Government is getting rather frustrating to this is all taking so long, which is which is also really interesting because then what hope does this investigation have this joint investigation. Have if even when king salmon speaks to president, John we still, you know on the ground as you say, there's still quite hardened positions. Yes. I mean, it is a big question. It's been likened to for example, if President Trump which opener joint cyber inquiry with Russia. I mean, the Saudi government is alleged to have committed a premeditated a session. Facination here. So it is bizarre in a sense. The join inquiry, but I think what it's showing is that on the face of it. At least the Turks are trying to kind of tread carefully with Saudi related with Saudi government mindful of this important diplomatic relationship while still leaking incriminating evidence through the pro government media every day to sort of build the international support to build the case of other countries to tobacco Turkey in. This matter the BBC's Mark Lowen in Istanbul. Sports on the way, I'm business. It's a quarter past the hour. We're gonna talk about German elections now bad night for the c s you that is they the largest party in Bavaria is ruled Bavaria for the past fifty years and more, and they are in coalition with Angela Merkel's party at a federal level. Now, they have lost votes to smaller parties, including the far right A F D And revitalized green party, which is emerged as the second strongest party in Bavaria. How big a shift is this. Will end up threatening the current government speak to a spokesperson for the green party spokesperson on Europe. That's Dr Francisco Brunton who joins us. Now. Dr Brenda the story that we've been hearing a lot from Germany is alarm at migration, which is damaged. Angela Merkel has helped the AFC and the far right? But can you tell us what is helping you the greens do well in this situation? Good morning. What helped us is first of all that we give answers to the real problems people face in Bavaria, Germany, Beata, lack of affordable housing beat the lack of real action on climate change be it to child poverty, and yes, we have also answers for asylum migration, but we did not solely focus on that issue. And if you look at the exit polls, and it was really interesting to see that the number two issues. Why people left this tease who didn't vote for it anymore was to say do speak only about migration, and the second reason was there infighting, and that's the second. Biggest. Ahead in fight continuously over the last couple of years right now. That's interesting. What you say about migration? And although obviously you don't want just to talk about that as a safe for so long. We've been talking about that as the dominant the sort of the dividing issue amongst German voters. You have a broadly sympathetic more open borders attitude towards migration, are you saying that doesn't damage you with German voters, obviously didn't and I believe that did seize who is continuing to meddle with people like all bond with people were putting in jeopardy the European project who are putting in jeopardy the liberal order for our democracy that they will continue to lose. And we have been really clear in that as greens that we're not giving up on this. Okay. And another thing I mean often when people want to move away from if they think that the center right parties are being a little bit obsessive about one issue their natural home. One would have thought would be center-left SPD why have people onto the greens and not the traditionally one of the largest parties. Of the social democratic parties across Europe, it's not just a German phenomenon. But I believe it's because of you know, they have not been clear on this question of migration, and you're you know, they've been wavering. And I think any party these days where is not clear where they stand are you for a liberal open society, which is your position. That's what you've been saying quite. And those win also those who are completely opposed that the FD by those party in the center who were not deciding which side who stand on a loop. Okay. So you've been brave you've reaped the the advantage one question. I have to ask speaking to somebody an analyst a little bit earlier about your very good showing in Bavaria. And she rather cheekily said I'd like to know what their policy on diesel engines isn't how that's going to go down Bavaria huge center of the car industry. How are they going to respond to green successes in in Bavaria? The car industry has had a very nice easy right with the current government. And the public transport minister who comes from that area, you know, because they have been cheating to have been not meeting the targets, and they want consumers to pay the price for it. And we have been opposing that vehemently. And I think that they are realizing that it's no longer possible just to give an easy ride to the car industry to have to catch up. They have to meet the standards and cheating congested. Very interesting to talk to you. Congratulations on your results as well. Difficult decisions ahead as well. I'm sure that's Dr Francisco Brenda who spokesman spokesperson for the green party. She's actually the spokesperson for the green party on Europe. But she was talking about the greens success in Bavaria. Let's give you a reminder of our top headlines here on the BBC World Service. You're listening to Newsday. Top headline. They knotted nation says the world should be ashamed that millions of people in Yemen are facing what could become the world's worst. Famine in one hundred years, more, business and banking leaders have pulled out of a key financial gathering in Saudi Arabia. As demands grow on Riyadh to explain the fate of the opposition journalist Jamal. Let's get sports headlines now. Mike Williams is here. Thank you. Shanna crowd of over sixty thousand watched Kenya. Take a big step towards a first appearance of the Africa Cup of nations for fifteen years on Sunday. The Harambee stars convincingly beat Ethiopia three nail in Nairobi, captain Victor Wanyama with the third four Kenya. From the penalty spot. Elsewhere Guinea-Bissau came from behind to beat Zambia to one and moved three points clear at the top of group. K there are no Cup of nations qualifier on Monday. But plenty on Tuesday in Europe. Italy have won a competitive game for the first time in over a year. Left-back Cristiana barrages scored an injury time winner as Roberto Mancini side beat Poland by Goltz in Russia. Have also been promoted to group a of the nation's league with a to know win over. Turkey. There are two fixtures. In the top tier of the nation's league on Monday with Iceland facing Switzerland and Spain taking on England in severe and in the NFL the New England Patriots ended the Kansas City Chiefs unbeaten record with a forty three points to forty victory in the late game on Sunday. It means the much fancied LA Rams are now the only side left in the whole of the NFL with an undefeated record. They are currently six. Mike many thanks today is the deadline for the countries that use the euro currency to submit their budget plans to the European Commission and most attention will be focused on the economic strategy of Italy for the Panthers on the business desk. So obviously, this is very serious. But you think it's also could be entertaining odd bring popcorn why advice earlier this year coalition of anti-establishment parties, you've got the five star movement and the right wing leaguer took over the reins of power in Italy. And they were basically elected in both of them. Even though they're at different ends of the political spectrum planning to cut taxes introduced guaranteed basic income for poor people and to achieve advocacy Italian government with need to increase following. And that puts the government the populist government in Rome on a collision course with Brussels because it's budget with them break e u rules on how much a country is allowed to go into debt effectively. So the financial markets are currently betting against Italy. Predicting trouble down the line. But the deputy prime minister has tried to calm, the nerves of investors here he is known at in fact, he is not true that our budget is against the EU. This is a story recounted by members of European parties who are currently sitting in European institutions Italy is one of the founding countries of the European Union. We have always said not only do we want to remain in it. But also to improve this union and to make it more democratic make it more supportive on Monday. The cabinet will approve the budget, which will then be sent to Brussels and to parliament for final approval. Deputy prime minister Luigi mail there. But they say that except Italy's about to head down the path that made Greece bankrupt. I shall I shall leave sort of semi answer to that in the capable hands of Nikolai body who is the professor of economics over at Lewis university. In Rome, we need this country to buy some rules, the cost of debt for d'italia and government relatively low because the hind us there is European Central Bank. Aaron our partners without them the cost of that will be much larger economy now is growing. So this is the time in which actually the governor should not deficit, and maybe should like changes the rule of the game to make the economy. Grow faster. Interesting fun facts few to bear in mind while you're chewing on your popcorn. If you go back to two thousand and you have a look at GDP growth how much economies have grown over that time..

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Least eight hundred thirty two people have died correspondent will Ripley. A lot of the communication lines are cut off in the roads that were destroyed in the quake, which means that some of the hardest hit rural areas presumably there's nobody on the ground yet to get an assessment of the situation. Resident Trump attacked Democrats in quite personal terms at a campaign rally in wheeling West Virginia last night. See what's going on you see this horrible horrible, radical group of Democrats? You see it happening right now. And then determined to take back power by using any means necessary. You see Trump said the Democrats will do anything to regain control of the house and Senate a bus carrying twenty four fifth graders from Norman Oklahoma ruled over during a field trip in San Antonio yesterday. No serious injuries. I'm Christopher cruise. And I'm Mark mills. In the Bloomberg radio newsroom. This newscast is brought to you by UCF. Invest in. What's real visit UCF investments dot com? That's UCF. Investments dot com. Elon Musk will give up the role of tesla chairman and pay twenty million dollar penalty to settle fraud charges. Brought by the US over his claims about taking the company private under a settlement. With the SEC musk keeps his job as CEO and can remain on the company's board, but must resign as chairman within forty five days and can't be reelected to that role for three years. Tesla will also pay a twenty million dollar fine. Neither tesla nor musk admitted wrongdoing under the deal. Donald Trump spoke on the phone yesterday with king Salman bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia days after the president's latest criticism of OPEC over high oil prices. Bloomberg's Jodi Schneider reports. Hedge funds are watching Trump's back and forth with Saudi Arabia for any signs that the US might take action against the. Country or other members who belong to the cartel. Trump has been increasing the pressure on OPEC saying it's pushing oil prices to high this past week at the United Nations. President Trump said quote, OPEC and OPEC nations are as usual ripping off the rest of the world, and I don't like it chill Snyder. Bloombergradio alawradio TV reported that Trump in the king discussed efforts to maintain oil supplies to ensure the stability of the oil market and growth of the global economy, the US and Canada or close to a deal on NAFTA. And there's optimism it could be struck today. Avoiding an impasse that would imperil five hundred billion dollars in annual trade. According to people familiar with the talks with little prospect of a restart for U S, China trade talks J P Morgan. Chase now expects an escalation intentions that will see higher tariffs on all Chinese imports. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Mark mills. This is. Bloomberg. This is.

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Musk will give up the role of tesla chairman and pay twenty million dollar penalty to settle fraud charges. Brought by the US over his claims about taking the company private under a settlement. With the SEC musk keeps his job as CEO and can remain on the company's board, but must resign as chairman within forty five days and can't be reelected to that role for three years. Tesla will also pay a twenty million dollar fine. Neither tesla nor musk admitted wrongdoing under the deal. Donald Trump spoke on the phone yesterday with king Salman bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia days after the president's latest criticism of OPEC over high oil prices. Bloomberg's Jodi Schneider reports. Hedge funds are watching Trump's back and forth with Saudi Arabia for any signs that the US might take action. Against the country or other members who belong to the cartel. Trump has been increasing the pressure on OPEC saying it's pushing oil prices to high this past week the United Nations, President Trump said, quote, OPEC and OPEC nations are as usual ripping off the rest of the world. And I don't like it Snyder, Bloomberg bloombergradio Al Arabia TV reported that Trump in the king discussed efforts to maintain oil supplies to ensure the stability of the oil market and growth of the global economy, the US and Canada or close to a deal on NAFTA. And there's optimism it could be struck today. Avoiding an impasse that would imperil five hundred billion dollars in annual trade. According to people familiar with the talks with little prospect of restart for U S, China trade talks J P Morgan. Chase now expects an escalation intentions that will see higher tariffs on all Chinese imports. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and our tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Mark mills. This is Bloomberg..

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The fourth of july and the midwest is dealing with heavy rains says meteorologist derek van dam we have had reports of stranded vehicles there's no wonder because we've had six inches in the past twelve hours some reports of eight inches with additional rain in store for this area so very active weather pattern president trump wants a face to tax cut he tells fox news he wants it in place before the november midterm election four refugees have life threatening injuries after they had five others were stabbed at an apartment complex in boise idaho last night police say they arrested a thirty year old man from out of state they say he didn't know any of the victims and the search continues at this hour in thailand for a teenaged soccer team and their twenty five year old coach they've been trapped in a cave for more than a week reports indicate the rescuers are coming close to where they think the team is sheltering christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters president donald trump's administration backed off an assertion he made early in the day yesterday indicating he persuaded saudi arabia to effectively boost oil production to its maximum capacity in a statement last night at the white house said saudi king salman bin abdulaziz affirmed that saudi arabia has two million barrels a day of spare production capacity which it could use to ensure market stability but it didn't say it would use it bmw and hundai are the latest companies to urge the us not to impose tariffs on auto parts they joined general motors and for iota german newspaper dom santiago reports bmw said its investment of almost nine billion dollars in the spartanburg south carolina bmw plan supports more than one hundred twenty thousand us jobs hyundai said tariffs would jeopardize its plans for additional us investments and president donald trump spent yesterday engaged in a deep dive into the backgrounds of the top prospects to fill an opening on the us supreme court but has not begun interviews with finalists get new jersey will increase the tax on income over five million dollars and impose a four year surcharge on corporate business taxes all this under the eleventh hour budget deal reached with governor phil murphy and his fellow democrats who control the legislature video came just in time failure to agree on a spending plan could have forced to government shutdown affecting state.

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Bloomberg Daybreak

02:24 min | 2 years ago

Devin Booker upset with Suns over release of Tyler Ulis

"The fourth of july and the midwest is dealing with heavy rains says meteorologist derek van dam we have had reports of stranded vehicles there's no wonder because we've had six inches in the past twelve hours some reports of eight inches with additional rain in store for this area so very active weather pattern president trump wants a face to tax cut he tells fox news he wants it in place before the november midterm election four refugees have life threatening injuries after they had five others were stabbed at an apartment complex in boise idaho last night police say they arrested a thirty year old man from out of state they say he didn't know any of the victims and the search continues at this hour in thailand for a teenaged soccer team and their twenty five year old coach they've been trapped in a cave for more than a week reports indicate the rescuers are coming close to where they think the team is sheltering christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters president donald trump's administration backed off an assertion he made early in the day yesterday indicating he persuaded saudi arabia to effectively boost oil production to its maximum capacity in a statement last night at the white house said saudi king salman bin abdulaziz affirmed that saudi arabia has two million barrels a day of spare production capacity which it could use to ensure market stability but it didn't say it would use it bmw and hundai are the latest companies to urge the us not to impose tariffs on auto parts they joined general motors and for iota german newspaper dom santiago reports bmw said its investment of almost nine billion dollars in the spartanburg south carolina bmw plan supports more than one hundred twenty thousand us jobs hyundai said tariffs would jeopardize its plans for additional us investments and president donald trump spent yesterday engaged in a deep dive into the backgrounds of the top prospects to fill an opening on the us supreme court but has not begun interviews with finalists get new jersey will increase the tax on income over five million dollars and impose a four year surcharge on corporate business taxes all this under the eleventh hour budget deal reached with governor phil murphy and his fellow democrats who control the legislature video came just in time failure to agree on a spending plan could have forced to government shutdown affecting state.

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"No this update on a story we reported last hour with housing voucher set to expire for puerto rico hurricane evacuees today a latino civil rights group got a federal court injunction late last night a reprieve for some two thousand puerto ricans displaced by hurricane maria living in temporary housing on the mainland a federal judge temporarily blocked fema from ending housing assistance for them a hearing will be held monday after civil rights group latino justice p r l d e have filed a lawsuit to stop what had feared would be the judge said the government cannot end it's transitional sheltering assistance program until at least midnight tuesday i'm barbara kusak lieutenant general daryl williams becomes the sixtieth superintendent of the us army's west point military academy tomorrow the first black officer to lead the academy since it was founded in eighteen eighteen o to williams graduated from west point in one thousand nine hundred eighty three i'm christopher cruise and i'm sue zanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters president donald trump's administration backed off an assertion he made early in the day yesterday indicating he persuaded saudi arabia to effectively boost oil production to its maximum capacity in a statement last night at the white house said saudi king salman bin abdulaziz affirmed that saudi arabia has two million barrels a day of spare production capacity which it could use to ensure market stability but it didn't say it would use it bmw and hundai are the latest companies to urge the us not to impose tariffs on auto parts they join general motors and toyota german newspaper santiago reports bmw said its investment of almost nine billion dollars in the spartanburg south carolina bmw plan supports more than one hundred twenty thousand us jobs hyundai said tariffs would jeopardize its plans for additional us investments and president donald trump spent yesterday engaged in a deep dive into the backgrounds of the top prospects to fill an opening on the us supreme court but has not begun interviews with finalists get new jersey will increase the tax on income over five million dollars and impose a four year surcharge on corporate business taxes all this under the eleventh hour budget deal reached with governor phil murphy and his fellow democrats who control the legislature came just in time failure to agree on a spending plan could have forced to government shutdown.

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Where good taste never goes out of fashion shanzer thousands of people gathered in protests around the country yesterday to call for an end to the trump administration's zero tolerance policy on immigration democratic congresswoman maxine waters spoke in los angeles separate children don't up families america and we're done but what we believe in water said she will not be silenced by death threats a dangerous heatwave now stretches from arizona to main meteorologist derek van dam we're talking about one hundred and sixteen million americans with extreme heat warnings watches or advisories because see this covers some major metropolitan areas of the eastern us new york philly all the way to dc even upstate new york and chicago by the way thirty year old man from out of state is in jail this morning and boise idaho after being arrested and charged with stabbing dine refugees in an apartment complex i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters president donald trump's administration backed off an assertion he made early in the day yesterday indicating he persuaded saudi arabia to effectively boost oil production to its maximum capacity in a statement last night at the white house said saudi king salman bin abdulaziz affirmed that saudi arabia has two million barrels a day of spare production capacity which it could use to ensure market stability but it didn't say it would use it bmw and hundai are the latest companies to urge the us not to impose tariffs on auto parts they joined general motors for iota german newspaper dom santiago reports bmw said its investment of almost nine billion dollars in the spartanburg south carolina bmw plant supports more than one hundred twenty thousand us jobs hyundai said tariffs would jeopardize its plans for additional us investments economists are forecasting the usa konami added about two hundred thousand jobs in june bloomberg's vinny del giudice reports the government will issue the data this coming friday unemployment is it a seventeen year low jobless claims near half century lows and job openings have been running at record highs that's quite a combination so far this year the economy's added more than one million jobs vinny del giudice bloomberg radio new jersey will increase a tax on income over five million dollars and impose a four year surcharge on corporate business taxes all this under the eleventh hour budget deal reached with governor phil murphy and his fellow democrats who control the legislature video came just in time failure to agree on a spending plan could have forced to government shutdown affecting state run recreational areas approaching the independence day holiday global news twenty four hours a day on air hand picked up on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg you're listening to bloomberg.

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The news president trump tweets he has received assurances from king salman of saudi arabia that the kingdom will increase oil production quote maybe up to two million barrels this as oil prices have edged higher pushing prices at the gas pump up and the trump administration is pushing for us allies to end oil purchases from iran protest over the president's zero tolerance immigration policy are underway now in hundreds of cities the president is not at the white house but this demonstrator is just across the street at lafayette park anyway we decided that this is where we wanted to be this time around it was just more important to be here right in his face even though he isn't here forecasters say the fourth of july heatwave could be dangerous with much of the country sweltering syrian rebels meeting russian officers in southern syria town today said negotiations for a peace deal with the government ended in failure after they rejected moscow's demands to surrender i'm michael toscano and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters president donald trump said he persuaded saudi arabia to consider steps that would boost oil production doing that with threaten to blow up a fragile truce that was agreed to by opec last week the state run saudi press agency reported today that in a phone call saudi king salman bin abdulaziz and trump discussed efforts by the oil producing countries to compensate potential shortages and oil supply the agency didn't say the leaders agreed the owner of mattress firm in the us has written off the value of assets by fourteen and a half billion dollars and counting this as the retailers steinhoff international holdings works out what it can salvage from the wreck of an accounting scandal general motors issued a warning to the trump administration that it could shrink us operations and cut jobs that's if tariffs are broadly applied to imported vehicles and auto parts gm's announcement follows similar moves by harley davidson.

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"By the detroit free press and the usa today network has found that pedestrian deaths in the us have increased forty six percent since two thousand nine correspondent john stolnis says about six thousand people were killed on or along roads in the us in two thousand sixteen the study found suv's are at least twice as likely as regular cars to kill a pedestrian also that federal regulations have not forced automakers to include safety features aimed at protecting pedestrians and with most debts happening in urban areas minorities are being killed at a higher rate than others the city with the highest per capita pedestrian death rate is detroit with newark new jersey second and saint louis third since two thousand nine there has been an overall sixty nine percent increase in suv involvement in pedestrian deaths i'm john stolnis a deaf seven week old puppy named toffee who'd been stuck in a fifty foot deep hole in huntsville alabama since thursday as been rescued i'm chris christopher i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters president donald trump said he persuaded saudi arabia to consider steps that would oil production doing that with threaten to blow up a fragile truce that was agreed to by opec last week the state run saudi press agency reported today that in a phone call saudi king salman bin abdulaziz and trump discussed efforts by the oil producing countries to compensate potential shortages in oil supply the agency didn't say the leaders agreed the owner of mattress firm in the us has written off the value of assets by fourteen and a half billion dollars and counting this as the retailer steinhoff international holdings works out what it can salvage from the wreck of an accounting scandal general motors issued a warning to the trump administration that it could shrink us operations and cut jobs that's if tariffs are broadly applied to imported vehicles and auto parts gm's announcement follows similar moves by harley davidson toyota and familar david einhorn's main hedge fund that greenlight capital fell seven point seven percent in june bringing losses for the first half of this year to almost nineteen percent that according to a client update seen by bloomberg green light has posted lackluster returns in recent years as markets have risen while the hedge funds stuck with its value investing strategy the two co founders of hill pack are set to get about one hundred million dollars each in the startup pharmacy sale to amazon dot com a person familiar with the matter said tj parker and eliot cohen each own roughly ten percent of the online prescription drug retailer pill pack amazon.

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"The new niche friends and neighbours ladies and gentlemen we would like to introduce you to muhammad bin salman bin abdulaziz alsaud yes yes he recently became the crown prince of the kingdom of saudi arabia effectively becoming the power behind the throne at the time of our recording his thirty two years old he became crown prince on june 21st of 2017 but weight ben you might be saying but wait matt hold your horses isn't there supposed to be a king of saudi arabia yes but he is not making the calls the way that the crown princes now he's older at this point and the crown prince is just taking the reins of power centrally the current king as salman bin abdulaziz alsaud a he has been the king since 2015 i his his major initiatives include some a progressive things in in some dangerous things he is the one who made the call to intervene in the civil war in yemen i he also is the one who is technically responsible for the decree in 2017 allowing women to drive in the country but back to crown prince mohammad bin salman whose making a all all these comments oh and win in arabic when you hear been it's spelled b i n in it's like sun off so it's really muhammad son of solomon son of abdulaziz alsaud borrow eyes so his ascension to power mohammad bin salman was accompanied by the typical trappings of any state power transfer you hear about it in elections in the united states even if it's just a a state representative irs city council member someone's like you know i'm going to change things that sounds good from a podium a resume me a better life for the citizens yeah they're the ones who live here and pave the taxes are right yet not anybody from out of country mmhmm right i love the idea of somebody making these grandiose speeches for local office who as city comptroller.

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Well yes and no the kind of livelihood which we are talking about a most of the money of course costa this mafia the the the mining mafia which operates and the big bosses local people do find a bit of uh as you said batufa wag their but it's not necessarily very sustained work or very safe work uh it would be much better much better to have this mining controlled most of it is environmentally very unfriendly so in a you're looking at a whole host of issues behind the immediate notion of fifty people in a village being employed in very dangerous circumstances so this he's a much larger one of the things rich at least the courts and uh the civic bodies are trying to do is put putting a certain amount of procedure and legality it has been mostly extralegal mccain let's move on at finally t the indian express at the external affairs ministry susha swaraj and has met the saudi king salman bin abdulaziz tell us the circumstances an and what was talked about it's an interesting one because them in a we have focused so much at the moment just very recently on israel and india and their bilateral relationships and in a earned the prime minister benjamin netanyahu coming to india before that narendra modi he was that this particular expedition bayswater just to counter a the the relationship which endettes trying to build up with the israel to see that it doesn't go very badly down with the arab world also we must remember the 3 million indians live in saudi arabia said this this is the kind of counterbalancing of ties in an indian external affairs minister has also been very active in trying to see that china and pakistan are i wouldn't say neutralize would be the wrong word but they're they're or their power chinese power is slightly negated so nippon has been under an undesirable sorge's.

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"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"salman bin abdulaziz" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The the the issues in saudi arabia king solomon has deposed his nephew as crown prince and replaced him with his son muhammed bill salman bin abdulaziz is now first in line for the throne muhammad bin salman currently serves as defence minister and has been presiding over the devastated us backed saudi lead war in yemen in response to the news the huffington post foreign affairs reporter akbar shaheed med tweeted quote this is huge man he is replacing was against cutter crusade and yemen war saudi is doubling down on its most controversial actions unquote meanwhile in yemen health officials say multiple us backed saudi led coalition air strikes killed at least twenty five civilians at a market in north and sat province on sunday graphic images that circulated on social media over the weekend show corpses lying amidst rubble oh and survivors surveying the damage to the market more than ten thousand people have died admits the ongoing us backed saudiled war in yemen which has also destroyed yemen's health water and sanitation systems sparking a deadly cholera outbreak the us state department express confusion on tuesday about saudi arabia's move to cut diplomatic ties with cutter saying the saudis and other gulf countries have not revealed their grievances more than two weeks after they suffer ties state department spokeswoman heather nor it said tuesday quote at this point we're left with one simple question where the actions really about their concerns about cutters alleged support for terrorism or were they about the long simmering grievances between and among the gcc countries unquote referring to the gulf cooperation council countries president trump initially celebrated n e even tried to claim credit for saudi arabia's decision to cut ties with qatar tweeting quote during my recent trip to the middle east i stated that there can no longer be funding of radical ideology leaders pointed to cutter look unquote but then a week later the us agreed to sell twelve billion dollars worth of us manufactured the fv teen fighter jets to cutter secretary of state rex tillerson is meeting with chinese officials today tillerson was planning to use the meetings to press chinese officials to continue to confront.

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