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"sarah circassian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"sarah circassian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The capital this was the start of make the step a peaceful protest against the country's president circassian and his governing republican party by the time pushing had walked through six cities and reached yvonne on the thirteenth of april thousands had joined him laura g make the step to reject sears the slogan echoed through the streets chanted by students high school kids and young professionals sears circassian had ruled armenia as president for ten years he came to power on the back of another antigovernment protests movement back in two thousand and eight when police used force to disperse the demonstrators ten people killed during mr circassian through corruption deepened unemployment and poverty levels skyrocketed and crucially more and more armenians left the country so when it was announced that he was to be nominated as a candidate for the post of prime minister that didn't go down well because two years prior the ruling party had driven the change from a presidential to a parliamentary system which would transfer key executive powers to the prime minister back then sears sarkisyan had said he had no intention of running for the post yet on april the seventeenth this year even after days of mass protests against sarkisian parliament voted human as our menas prime minister that night thousands of protesters gathered in yerevan's largest square with its musical fountains nineteen fifties neoclassical buildings in pink and yellow tooth especial rock used in most armenian architecture republic square is a grand and spacious setting it's one of the country's landmark sites and they're nicole bashing yon stood on a makeshift stage and addressed the crowd sarah circassian lied when he said he wouldn't be running for prime minister he shouted sarraj the liar sairs the lawyer chanted the crowd many of whom were draped in armenia red blue and orange flag brandishing posters of government officials with big red crosses drawn across them nicola chagnon called for a general strike urging his supporters to keep up the pressure and tens of thousands of them did students miss the lectures teachers didn't show up for work protesters blocked major roads shortly afterwards nicole brushing yon and other protest leaders were detained by the police but that only intensified the public's determination and piled on the pressure that night tens of thousands.

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"sarah circassian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"sarah circassian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Something extraordinary is happening in armenia nearly three decades after gaining independence from the soviet union armenians are fighting to rid themselves of an old and corrupt system of governance two weeks of mass protests have led to the resignation of the prime minister the protest leader a young and charismatic politician has declared that a peaceful velvet revolution is unfolding in the country armenia which is technically at war with its neighbor azerbaijan over disputed territory hosts a russian military base but even russia's reaction to the events in armenia has been unusual our correspondent ray and dmitry has been following the protests in their manian capital eurovan faces and happy right now van people just learned that the main demand which has been the resignation of the country's prime minister sarah circassian has been satisfied announce his resignation a few minutes back and people are just smiling having each other john which means april the twenty third of the days of nationwide protests are meteors unpopular leader sears sarkisyan resigned he had been president for ten years and then in april the country's parliament appointed him prime minister but it didn't go down well with the public tens of thousands took to the streets chanting make the step to reject and they were led by this man nicole pushing young is a former journalist an animal position mp in early april the forty two year old put on his back back and trainers and began his protest march from armenia's second largest city of jewelry he started walking with about fifty followers by the time he reached the capital thousands had joined and the driving force behind these protests the youth students even high school kids valentine i'm seventeen.

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"sarah circassian" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"sarah circassian" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And it slash crossing divides a reminder of our main news here on the bbc world service the media in north and south korea have given sharply contrasting reactions to friday summit between the two countries and european police agency says it's inflicted significant damage on the islamic state groups propaganda machine you're listening to the newsroom here on the bbc world service and it's coming up to a four twenty gmt a former policeman suspected of committing dozens of rapes and murders has appeared in court in the united states joseph janjic alleged to be the socalled golden state killer whose crimes terrorized california in the nineteen seventies and eighties prosecutors say they tracked him down with the help of genetic information from websites used to trace family ancestry here's our los angeles correspondent james cook handcuffed dressed in an orange jumpsuit and surrounded by police the balding joseph james to angelo looked frail is he was brought into sacramento county superior court in a wheelchair the seventy two year old spoke only briefly to confirm that he had a lawyer he made no plea and was refused bail in total he suspected of at least thirteen killings fiftyone rapes and scores have berkeley's many dating to the time when he was a police officer detectives have revealed that they use the genealogy website to narrow down their search for the suspect who who was arrested after officers obtained dna from an item he had discarded if convicted mr angelo could face the death penalty james cook something rather special is happening in our menia nearly three decades after gaining independence from the soviet union armenians are fighting to get rid of what they describe as an old and corrupt system of governance two weeks of mass protests have led to the resignation of the prime minister the protest leader a young charismatic politician nicole but she says a peaceful velvet revolution is unfolding in the country our correspondent rayon dmitri has been following the protests in the armenian capital yet happy right now gary von people just learned that the main demands which has been the resignation of the country's prime minister sarah circassian has been satisfied announce his resignation a few minutes back and people are just smiling rather sean.

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"sarah circassian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"sarah circassian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Join me money chesterton the science and innovations hoping to stop the blur that's after the bbc bulletin bbc news with eileen mccue journalist has been killed in the latest clashes between the police and antigovernment protestors in nicaragua president daniel ortega has promised to review the pension reforms that led to the protests but the demonstrators say talks can only begin after the government has stopped violent repression talks on ending the political crisis in armenia have ended within minutes of starting the televised talks broke up after the protest leader nicole passion yon said he would only discuss the resignation of the prime minister's sarah circassian a former president whom he accuses of trying to cling onto power causing mr circassian two walkout french politicians intellectuals and religious leaders have signed an impassioned manifesto urging action against what they termed a new anti semitism they condemn what they call quiet ethnic pershing driven by increasing slimmest radicalism abetted by media silence iran says it's ready to start enriching uranium again if president trump scraps the twenty fifteen nuclear deal the agreement lifted economic sanctions softer tehran limited its nuclear program but mr trump honk us it favors iran and once the european signatories to have a new agreement ready next month being a suicide bomb attack outside a voter registration station in the afghan capital kabul at least four people were killed when the assailant detonated explosives apparently targeting people queuing outside the building russia says nine suspected militants plotting a terrorist act of being killed in the southern mainly muslim region of dagestan the operation was carried out by special forces in two areas in the city of derby on saturday european union and mexico say they have reached an agreement in principle on a new free trade deal the european commission said practically all bilateral trade in goods including agricultural produce would be dutyfree abc news.

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"sarah circassian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"sarah circassian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bbc world service still to come we preview the london marathon starting very shortly should online political adverts be better regulated and we discussed popular revulsion and political reaction to what seems like an epidemic of child rape in india that's all to come on the program weekend with me paul henley after the news bbc news with i mean mccue antigovernment protests have continued across nicaragua despite president daniel ortega has promised to review the pension reforms that sparked the unrest emulators violence journalists was shot dead sea reported live on clashes between police and protesters catholic bishop has accused security forces of firing at students at university and inside a church talks about the political crisis in armenia due to take place in the capital a van the prime minister's sarah circassian who served ten years as president before switching roles is expected to meet the man who's been leading protests against him nicole passion yon wants mr sarkisian to resign several hundred french politicians intellectuals and religious leaders have signed an impassioned manifesto urging action against what they termed a new antisemitism they condemn what they call quiet ethnic persian purging driven by increasing islam assed radicalism the iranian foreign minister mohammadjavad said he says his country is prepared to resume uranium enrichment with figure if president trump decides to scrap the twenty fifty nuclear deal president trump believes the deal is flawed and tehran's favor and has set a deadline of the twelfth of may for european cosignatories to fix it russian security authorities say they've killed nine suspected militants plotting a terrorist act in southern mainly muslim region of doug estan they said a tipoff led special forces to two areas in the city of derby on saturday dragon boat accident has killed seventeen people near the city of lynn in southern china the least forty survivors to organizers of the racer reported to have been detained and the european union and mexico's say they have reached an agreement in principle on a new free trade deal european commission said practically all bilateral trade in goods would be dutyfree bbc news welcome back you with weekend from the bbc world service i'm paul henley my two guests today are alexandria who is a british greek actor and political commentator and sarah britain the head of shoppers strategy with in south africa now word of warning that some listeners might find the next item a disturbing listen should india declare a national emergency to adjust address.

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"sarah circassian" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"sarah circassian" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bbc news with nick kelly the us democratic party has filed a lawsuit against russia president trump's election campaign and wikileaks accusing them of conspiring to shift the two thousand sixteen election in mr trump's favor it claims his campaign including two family members deeply accepted russian helped to win the election russia and the trump campaign of repeatedly denied colluding one of the world's biggest dance music stars the swedish dj evita has died in oman at the age of twenty eight his pumping electronic anthems packed dance floors of each stopped touring in two thousand sixteen because bill health the cause of death isn't known thousands of us students have walked out of their classes to call for tighter gun controls on the nineteen th anniversary of the columbine high school massacre it's the latest protests triggered by another mass school shooting earlier this year in florida manian police have detained more than two hundred thirty people during the eight day of protests calling for the long standing leader sarah circassian to step down the protesters have been trying to block traffic in the capital yerevan mourners are paying their respects to the former us first lady barbara bush who died on tuesday aged ninety to the public lying in repose is taking place at a church in houston texas ahead of a private funeral on saturday police in nicaragua have used tick asked to care the streets of demonstrators in a number of cities after two days of protests over new pension law three people were killed in their disturbances the law aims to increase contributions while reducing overall pension payments and a judge in italy has jailed several former government officials and mafia leaders for having colluded in the early nineteen nineties during secret negotiations prosecutors hailed the verdict as historic the talks aimed at ending a.

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