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"saudi court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"saudi court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Some hospitals have reported issues with oxygen flow in systems that typically do not handle the demand of overflowing emergency rooms and intensive care units. The 02 oxygen levels. Just because the increased demand there freezing. The Army Corps has assessed five hospitals so far, with two more scheduled for Sunday. Covert 19 deaths in the U. S have just top 350,000 in the U. S, according to Johns Hopkins University. Former Kansas governor Mark Parkinson on vaccinating people the same challenge that we see across the country with the general population, and that's the fact that we have a vaccine that requires two doses and has to be stored in extremely cold temperatures, which just adds a layer of complexity onto what is already a very difficult situation. India has just approved for use the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine. Congress is set to count the electoral college votes on Wednesday. Several senators say they'll reject the results unless the commission is appointed to conduct an audit of the results. CBS is Ed O'Keefe says the threat is mostly symbolic fact that senators like Ted Cruz of Texas Judge Holly of Missouri are involved signals that this though it's to resolve the 2020 presidential election. May actually have something to do with the beginnings of the Republican race for the 2024 presidential election. We're just days away from to run off elections in Georgia that will decide control of the U. S. Senate. University of political of Georgia political science professor Charles Bullock. The third Democrats have been getting their boats out. Republicans really gonna be in a position on Tuesday had to pay a bit of catch up. We're going to be able to turn out enough people on Election Day. To overcome this early advantage. The Democrats have one of Saudi Arabia is best known women's rights activists has been sentenced to almost six years in prison. CBS is Holly Williams. Jane. I'll half Lou's brother will lead told us his sister has always been courageous. Her family says she was tortured in jail, subjected to electric shocks and threats of rape. It was brutal. It was insane. It was inhuman. A Saudi court found there was no evidence of torture. But I'll have lose family claims It was supervised by this man. Out. Al Kahtani Ah, former close associate of the Crown Prince, who also allegedly directed the 2018 murder of Jamal has shaggy This is CBS News. Traffic.

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"saudi court" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Over the summer the movement really weighed on her. It's just so frustrating to see how many people have to die and have tto face fear every day in order for you to understand that this is wrong. It's just so hard to wrap my mind around that some people truly don't believe that black lives matter. So police violence seems to be a major concern for Leticia. What else is on her mind ahead of the vote in November, right? Well, the pandemic is also a big issue for her. She just doesn't like the way U. S officials nationally and locally have handled it and she's watched how other countries have approached it and seemed to be containing the Corona virus more effectively. Other countries are getting through things together, and they're actually taking care of their people, and they're looking out for their citizens and I'm over here, Struggling working, you test your job, my health and my family's health. Because I have to pay my part because I have to pay my support because I have to help. My mom with Leticia obviously sees the big picture because she doesn't have a choice. What is there to say about the current potential power of the Latino vote in Georgia? Well, they're more eligible Latino voters in Georgia than in 2016 for one thing, so, for example, Trump won Georgia by just over 211,000 votes, And now there are more than 240,000 Latinos registered to vote in Georgia so they could be really pivotal in a close election. Of course, that's not to assume that Latinos would necessarily all vote for the same candidates. But as a block of their very influential So what are grassroots organizations doing to make sure those eligible Latinos get out? Get registered and cast a ballot. Well, they've really had to switch their strategies, You know, going door to door. And holding big election events weren't so feasible in a pandemic, so they've done a lot of messaging on social media email, even sending out mailers, and a lot of events that would have been held in person were held via zoom instead. So Trump was in Atlanta on Friday. What was he? Therefore, he came to speak to black voters about economic empowerment. Now he didn't address Latino or other voters. But interestingly, earlier in the day, he did address Latinos in Florida so it could kind of be seen as a missed opportunity in Georgia's since that area of town where Trump gave his address. Is becoming increasingly diverse. The community has Latino and Asian American families in addition to African American families, and as we said before, with the power to swing an election that could be really close, addressing or including Latino voters could really pay off. Martha Dalton, a reporter with W A. B E in Atlanta, checking in with us on our every 30 Seconds project. Thanks so much. Thank you, Marco. More news from the Middle East Today. When journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed nearly two years ago he had been laying the groundwork for a big project, a foundation with the aim of promoting democracy in the Middle East. To remind you how Shoji was killed and his body was dismembered. In a consulate in Istanbul this month, A Saudi court sentenced eight men to prison for the crime. Today marks the launch of Hachioji Vision, Democracy for the Arab world now or dawn. Cheryle Whitson is the executive director of Dawn. Sara Lee. Thanks for being with us. What was Jamal? Social? Jeez, original idea for this foundation. What did he want to see happen that he thought was absent. What he thought was absent is a reaffirmation of the basic premise that democracy, human rights and freedom are the only solution for the Middle East and North Africa For the people of the Arab world that will provide not just security, not just stability but also dignity to the peoples of this realm. Chin. I see that one of your stated goals with dawn is to counter the idea that the United States is a benevolent actor in the Middle East. Can you explain that? I think many people from thinktank analysts to policy makers to even some of the media. Even those who see themselves as progressive unenlightened cling to this narrative of the United States is a benign actor that's just tried. It's hardest to promote democracy and human rights. Which unfortunately is quite far from the facts, and what we want to make people come to terms with is that the United States is actively undermining democracy, actively quashing human rights in the Middle East by supporting abusive elected governments that don't represent the will of their people providing a military assistance, providing them with diplomatic cover as they continue their abuses, and that this makes the United States and Americans complicity in the abuses. That's what we want to stop. So give us a few examples of what you're talking about the human rights abuses. For starters, let's take Egypt, for example, the second largest recipient of military assistance from the United States in the world over a billion dollars world a year is jailing over 50,000 Egyptians merely for their political views merely for their participation. In politics in their country or merely for being activists for being reformists for being journalists were being artists for being writers for being singer's home. The government doesn't control Did you know Jamal Khashoggi Personally I did know Jamal. Jamal and I were friends for over 15 years. I first met him when he was working for the Saudi government as a spokesman for the Saudi Embassy in Washington. We remained in touch over the years when he turned to being a journalist when he sought to lunch free and independent TV station. Sadly, the Saudis put stop to that, along with their satellite state, Bahrain. And then, of course, when he was completely silenced in Saudi Arabia, we weren't very close touch before he ultimately fled to the United States. Sara Lee, What comes to mind today? As you think about Khashoggi and the dreamy head for what you're now doing with dawn. Well, I think And I hope that Khashoggi continues to be a role model for people around the world, but especially for Saudis as a Saudi man who stood tall as a Saudi man who stood brave to demand that his brothers and sisters in Saudi Arabia have what billions of people around the world have. And that is freedom and democracy. And I hope that people will know that through dawn, we will keep Jamal's vision alive. By pushing forward his ultimate goal and dream for democracy and freedom for this region. Cheryle Whitson is the executive director of the newly created democracy for the Arab world. Now or Dawn. It's a foundation that was the idea of Jamal Khashoggi murdered by Saudi agents in 2018. Sara Lee. Thanks very much for your time. Thank you. This morning, Kuwaitis woke up to some somber news. His new Alessa You wanna let me in the death of Kuwait's 91 year old ruler. His full title shakes other Ahmed Saba, the emir of Kuwait television announcer said he is now next to God in Kuwait, a wealthy oil producing nation. Saba has ruled it since 2006. For more than half a century steered its foreign policy a policy that was largely aligned with United States. Kristen Diwan is a senior resident scholar at the Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington. The mirror was 91. But did the news of shakes off his death come as a surprise to Kuwaitis. No. Sadly, I don't think it was much of a surprise D Amir had, you know, Of course, As you mentioned he was quite old and had been ill. In fact, he had been convalescing. Ah, the United States. But of course, there was always hoped that he would recover, so I'm sure there's there's just a lot of sadness in Kuwait today. Chicks are but was dubbed the dean of Arab diplomacy. How did he earn that nickname? You know, he served as foreign minister for 40 years before he was even appointed prime minister And then Ameer. And of course, you know the region witnessed a lot of conflict over those years, and that includes, of course, quite zone invasion by stumps scene in 1990. He also played a really vigorous role of the U. N just recently, quite has been hosting donor conferences for both Syria and Iraq. And of course, that's that same Iraq invaded Quique. He really became respected by earning a couple of convictions that he really practiced. One was just a really genuine commitment to diplomacy to resolve even the most intractable conflicts. The last time I was in Khe weight room and spoke to people in the Royal court, they related to nearly his deep belief. That you have to keep talking, just communicating, You know, despite serious differences, and at that time Kuwait was trying actually to resolve the conflict in Yemen, which sadly, is still continuing. So I gathered, the emir will be succeeded by his 83 year old half brother and Crown Prince. Shaken now off, Ahmed, what can you tell us about him and his views? We'll signal off has been serving as the Crown prince, the entire term of Sheikh Sebas train, So he's really you know, well known by Kuwaitis and well liked by him, they really see him as modest and approachable. Fair to say he's untested at this kind of power. Most of his career has really been spent and more security positions like within the Ministry of Defence from Ministry of Interior On. Of course, as he's in his eighties. There's you know, some question about how how vigorous he can be, especially with all the challenges that quit pacing. So do you see any big shifts and like policy in Kuwait on the horizon? Well, I think the kind of major arenas and issues there's not going to be any big changes quits, going to remain a very valuable partner for the United States. It was really telling that the Trump Administration just awarded the Amir with the Legion of Merit and Appreciation of those those close ties that quite has had.

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"saudi court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Okay. Our best friend in the entire world. Dr. Scott Atlas is just minutes away. 7. 30 way We've got lots of talk about. It's gotta get the school's open. Tell us why Mr Scientist at 7 30 more than ever on 105.9 FM W m A l. A cumulus stations news now Male news at 7 30. Good morning, everyone I'm John Matthews. Both presidential campaigns are gearing up to full speed is summer vacation season comes to a close. The president held a rare Labor Day press conference yesterday, where he prays economy and the latest jobs report, and he demanded an apology for what he calls anti vaccine rhetoric from his opponents. This after biting Harris say they don't trust the president on a vaccine. Now the president heads today to South Florida. This morning in Winston Salem, North Carolina, after the Biden campaign is focusing on the Midwest right now is the former VP travels to Michigan Fox NEWS Griff Jenkins 172,000 Homes in Central and Northern California are in the dark this morning and will remain without power until tomorrow night as the state's largest utility cut the juice to avoid any accidental sparks that could lead to more wildfires. The move came at the end of a scorching Labor Day weekend that saw several major wildfires breakout. National forest in the southern half of California have been closed as well. Saudi Arabia being slammed for his handling of the murder trial for those who killed Washington Post columnist Jamaal Kashiwagi Jamal fiance, saying Saudi authorities are closing the case of her partner's murder without the world learning who is responsible, then G saying questions about who ordered the killing on the whereabouts of his body. Remain unanswered. A Saudi court has jails eight people for murdering the Washington Post writer at the Saudi continent in Istanbul. But a U. N investigator calling the trial a mockery of justice, with senior officials escaping unpunished. Simon Oh, in Fox News, Checking your money. The Dow Futures are down 63 points this morning. The NASDAQ Futures down 284 in sports sponsored by Wendy's.

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Saudi court issues verdicts in Khashoggi murder

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:26 min | 2 years ago

Saudi court issues verdicts in Khashoggi murder

"A Saudi court issued final verdicts on Monday in the case of slain Washington Post, columnist sounded critic Jamal Kashogi after his son who still resides in the kingdom announced pardons that sped five of the convicted individuals from execution. While the trial draws to its conclusion in Saudi Arabia. The case continues to cast a shadow over the international standing of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman associates have been sanctioned by the US and the UK for their alleged involvement in the brutal killing, which took place inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. The Riyadh criminal courts. Final verdicts were announced by Saudi Arabia state television which aired few details about the eight Saudi nationals and did not name them. The court ordered a maximum sentence of twenty years in prison for the five. Another individual received a ten year sentence and two others were ordered to serve seven years in prison. A team of fifteen Saudi agents had flown to Turkey to meet Kashogi inside the consulate for his appointment on October. Second two, thousand, eighteen to pick up. That would allow him to marry his Turkish fiance who waited outside. The team included a forensic doctor intelligence and security offices and individuals who worked directly for the Crown Prince's office according to Agnes. Cala MoD who investigated the killing for the United Nations Turkish officials alleged Kashogi was killed and then dismembered with a bone saw inside the consulate and his remains put in a tandoor oven. His body has been found. Turkey apparently had the consulate bugged and shared audio of the killing with the CIA among others. Western intelligence agencies, as well as the US Congress of said the Crown Prince Baz responsibility for the killing. He also maintains the support of Donald. Trump. Likely for his preference for the eight billion dollar arms deal. He had just closed Saudi Arabia's trial of the suspects has been widely criticised by rights, groups and observers who note that no senior officials nor anyone suspected of ordering the killing has been found guilty. The independence of the Rianne Criminal Court has also been questioned.

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"saudi court" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Have already burned to put that in perspective, That's more than 10 times the size of New York City, the state also suffering unrelenting heat 100 degrees in downtown San Francisco on Sunday and in Woodland Hills 121 degrees, the hottest temperature ever recorded in Los Angeles County. Can you trust a covert 19 vaccine that became a campaign issue on Monday he was CBS's Toki Kamala Harris said Sunday that she wouldn't just trust President Trump's word on a vaccine. I will not take his word for it. He wants us to inject bleach at the White House. The president said his opponent's should apologize for raising doubts about a vaccine and it's so dangerous. For a country what they say. But a new CBS News battleground tracker Paul find skepticism about a vaccine is on the rise. Hundreds of students at the University of Kansas on Monday chose not to attend classes as part of the K you Labor Day student strike. This student part of the group. We believe this was irresponsible because within just the first few weeks we've already had 546 positive tests, and we believe that number is definitely going to go up. Officials are investigating another death at Fort Hood, Texas. Here, CBS's Jim Krystle, a 25 year old private Carlton. She died last week, several days after collapsing following a physical training exercise. He was the 28th Fort Hood soldier to die this year. A Pittsburgh man Joe McCain has started a multi day demonstration to speak out about social justice issues. Reporter Chris Hoffman of Katy K. A TV for 10 hours a day for the next eight days, McCain will be at this platform along the Allegheny River can stand on her for like one day for three hours and expect people to take you serious. So you had to sacrifice just like Mother Teresa's sacrifice. Like Martin Luther King sacrifice, McCain says he is standing for unity, love, peace, understanding, healing and positive change. A Saudi court has handed out sentences for the men found guilty in the murder of journalist Jamal Kasogi. Here's CBS's Vicki Barker. The eight defendants who have never been named, got between seven and 20 years for the grisly murder and believed dismemberment of Jamal Kashiwagi..

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"saudi court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dozen major wild virus continued to burn and destroy. Her. CBS's Jonathan Vaguely Adi California's fire season, Already seven times larger than normal, two million acres have already burned to put that in perspective, That's more than 10 times the size of New York City. The state also suffering unrelenting heat 100 degrees in downtown San Francisco on Sunday and in Woodland Hills 121 degrees the hottest temperature ever recorded in Los Angeles County. Can you trust a covert 19 vaccine that became a campaign issue on Monday? Here's CBS's Toki. Pamela Harris said Sunday that she wouldn't just trust President Trump's word on a vaccine. I will not take his word for it. He wants us to inject bleach at the White House. The president said his opponent's should apologize for raising doubts about a vaccine that it's so dangers for a country what they say about a new CBS News battleground tracker poll finds skepticism about a vaccine is on the rise hundreds of students at the University of Kansas on Monday Chose not to attend classes as part of the K you Labor Day student strike this student part of the group. We believe this was irresponsible because within just the first few weeks we've already had 546 positive tests, and we believe that number is definitely going to go up. Officials are investigating another death at Fort Hood, Texas, Here's CBS's Jim Chris Sula 25 year old private coral 10. She died last week, several days after collapsing following a physical training exercise. He was the 28th Fort Hood soldier to die. This year. A Pittsburgh man Joe McCain has started a multiday demonstration to speak out about social justice issues. Reporter Chris Hoffman of Katy K. A TV for 10 hours a day for the next eight days, McCain will be at this platform along the Allegheny River Can't stand are for like one day for three hours and expect people to take you serious. So you had to sacrifice just like Mother Teresa's sacrifice. Like Martin Luther King sacrificed, McCain says he is standing for unity, love, peace, understanding, healing and positive change. A Saudi court has handed down sentences for the men found guilty in the murder of journalist Jamal Kasogi here. CBS's Vicki Barker. The eight defendants, who have never been named, got between seven and 20 years for the grisly murder and believed dismemberment of Jamal Kashiwagi..

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"saudi court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on WTOP

"The Customs Trail. They all happened in August, Arlington police say. On multiple occasions, he yelled It walkers and joggers who were in his way as he was bicycling on the trail, then exposed his backside to them, and in other incidents, he hit trail goers in the head, face or neck. Marlo's facing charges, including indecent exposure, assault and battery and possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute after police found evidence to support that charge in his home. He was arrested Sunday and is being held without bond. Michelle Morello W T. O P News Murder investigation underway Montgomery County after a man was found shot in a parking lot in Gaithersburg, The victim, identified as 37 year old Mark Earl Leonard Webb found yesterday morning in the 9300 block of Willow Creek Drive Police asking anyone with information time to the death to give them a call sends his handed out in the Jamal CA show G murder trial, but many wonder if Justice will be done. CBS News correspondent Vicki Barker has more from the foreign desk in London Two years after his grisly murder in the Turkish consulate. A Saudi court has jailed eight people for between seven and 20 years. Ares for the murder of Jamal Kashiwagi. None of the defendants was ever named. The court had already concluded cash. Augie's murder and believed dismemberment was not premeditated or ordered by anyone in power, and these sentences, like the trial itself are likely to be rejected as illegitimate. By international jurists. Vicki Barker CBS NEWS London, a Labor Day rally held by journalists from the Capital Gazette, protesting against their publisher for shutting down their newsroom employees met outside the newsroom. Claiming to pack up a few remaining things, but they couldn't because the paper's owner, Tribune Publishing revoked.

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"saudi court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on WTOP

"Dot d lt dot com slash BMC Solutions to learn Mohr Davidow. Nine w T o P traffic Now to Storm Team four meteorologist Matt Ritter. It's been a beautiful holiday weekend and it's going to stay mostly clear this evening, and warm temperatures will be falling through the seventies. The community will continue creeping up a little bit overnight tonight, so I'm not as comfortable a few clouds Those would be in the upper sixties, too. Low seventies tomorrow Tuesday, partly sunny, very warm and humid house being the mid upper eighties Wednesday looks mostly cloudy, warm and humid. A few scattered showers and even a few thunderstorms will be possible high would be in the low to mid eighties. There's a mostly cloudy, warm and humid with more showers and thunderstorms highs of being the mid upper eighties. On a store Team four meteorologist found Better Still in the eighties 83 degrees in Chantilly and Oxen Hill, 82 Tacoma Park at 4 30. This is w t. O p Your source for today's top news, traffic and weather, always connected and constantly updated in your car at home at work and told to go w T o p Never visible moment. Good afternoon. I'm Sandy Coz L. Thomas Robertson is at the editor's desk coming up wildfires in California forth the governor to declare a state of emergency in five counties. A Saudi court issues the final verdicts in the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Cash O. J Change in the condition of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. W T O P News time for 31. California Governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency in five counties is several wildfires continue to rage, including the Eldorado Fire, which started Saturday. It was caused by a smoke generating pyrotechnic device used in a gender reveal party. A CBS reporter..

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"saudi court" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"I'm John Shea, the hospital in Germany treating the poisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says it's taken him out of his induced coma, and he's now reacting to speech. More details from my Europe Editor Dani Eberhard. Alexey Navalny was poisoned. His supporters believe drinking tea before boarding a plane in Siberia. Germany has said categorically that it was with Nav. It shock a group of lethal nerve agents developed in the Soviet Union. Mr Navalny, a fierce critic of President Putin is now out of a coma and doctors are gradually weaning him off mechanical ventilation, but they will not be drawn on whether he'll suffer long term consequences off the poisoning. Germany has said it's considering targeted sanctions against Russia. The Kremlin denies any involvement. One of the main opposition leaders in Biala. Rose, who hadn't been detained or forced into exile has been abducted in central Minsk. Witnesses or several masked man sees Maria Kolesnikova Senior member off a body that's seeking a peaceful transition and Valorous and bundle her into a van. The Interior Ministry says it has no information about her being detained. A court in Saudi Arabia has overturned death sentences issued last year for five defendants in the murder ofthe Jamal Kashiwagi. They were sentenced to 20 years in jail. Sebastian ASHA reports. State media in Saudi Arabia has described this as the final verdict in the trial of those accused of involvement in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, the veteran Saudi journalist who had become one of the fiercest critics. Of a Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman members ofthe Mr Hashtag. His family offered their public forgiveness to the killer's earlier this year, excepting the contention that the murder had not been premeditated. That meant that the death senators could be commuted. The Saudis will be hoping that this will draw a line under an incident that is deeply tarnished the country's image. European leaders have given a frosty reaction to plans by the British government to introduce legislation overriding key part off the existing Brexit withdrawal agreement. The legislation could contradict the protocol agreed with EU concerning Northern Ireland. Our correspondent Nick Big is in Brussels. Certainly in public. There's disappointment on the part of you. We heard from the European Commission president on the line earlier, saying that she trusts that the UK will abide by the withdrawal agreement. We also heard from Michelle Bonnier, who, of course, is the use chief negotiator. He said that confidence and trust is so important at this point. If you talk to sources in the Barnier camp, they believe that deep down the British government does want a deal and not tohave. One would be disastrous for the British He's certainly trying to interpret what's been coming from London over the past 24 hours or so it's been a pretty tricky job for the U. This is the latest world news from the BBC. The Democratic contender for the U. S. Presidency. Joe Biden is going to Pennsylvania to woo voters in one of the handful of states seen as key to November's election. He'll meet the leader ofthe one of the largest unions in the United States. Richard Trunk are off the air felt CEO. As he seeks to bolster his support among blue collar workers. Pennsylvania was narrowly won by Donald Trump in 2016. Uganda's deputy labor minister has been charged with attempted murder following an alleged shooting incident on Saturday, or Ciguatera. Katana is accused of shooting an opponent supporter after he lost the election in the ruling party's primaries. His lawyers deny that he fired the shot patients at a high rate reports from Kampala. Mr Ricotta now is the former attorney general has also been charged with assault, threatening violence and causing damage to property. A video clip has been circulating on social media in Uganda allegedly showing the minister grabbing a gun away from one of his bodyguards and aiming it at people inside the car. The ruling party elections were characterized by several incidents of violence across the country. In some areas, voting was canceled. The Philippine President Rodrigo to Turtle has sparked condemnation from rights groups after he pardoned a US Marine convicted of killing a transgender woman activists called his decision a mockery of justice and a blatant display of civility to U. S interests. Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton was jailed for killing Jennifer Naughty in 2014. The authorities in Pakistan say schools will begin reopening in phases from next week following a drop in new Corona virus cases. The minister said that the classes were bigger than they should be divided into two batches. Attending schools on alternate days, he requested parents to send their Children with face masks. Pakistan has being gradually removing restrictions on business and social activities. And that's the latest BBC World News. Community. Shares of.

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"saudi court" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:21 min | 2 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on AP News

"A renowned cooled has issued final verdicts in the case of slain Washington post columnist and sound a critic Jamal Khashoggi off his family announced Paul news that spanned 5 of the convicted individuals from execution the court ordered a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison for 5 of the accused while another received a 10 year sentence until this old to serve 7 years among those ensnared in the show she's killing off forensic doctor an intelligence and security officials the Saudi crown prince has denied any knowledge of the operation the trial has been widely criticized by rights groups and independent you an investigator who noted the news senior officials know anyone suspected of ordering the killing was found guilty I'm Charles that's my

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Saudi court issues final verdicts in Khashoggi killing

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Saudi court issues final verdicts in Khashoggi killing

"A renowned cooled has issued final verdicts in the case of slain Washington post columnist and sound a critic Jamal Khashoggi off his family announced Paul news that spanned five of the convicted individuals from execution the court ordered a maximum sentence of twenty years in prison for five of the accused while another received a ten year sentence until this old to serve seven years among those ensnared in the show she's killing off forensic doctor an intelligence and security officials the Saudi crown prince has denied any knowledge of the operation the trial has been widely criticized by rights groups and independent you an investigator who noted the news senior officials know anyone suspected of ordering the killing was found guilty I'm Charles that's my

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Saudi court issues final verdicts in Khashoggi killing

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Saudi court issues final verdicts in Khashoggi killing

"Right now. Saudi Arabia is state television says Final verdicts have been issued in the case of slain Washington Post columnist and Saudi critic Jamal Kashiwagi after his family announced pardons have spared five from execution. The Riyadh Criminal Court issued the final verdict today against eight

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"saudi court" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In at least 40 states. Now, as Americans brace for 1/4 of July weekend that threatens to lead to even more, Arizona reported its hospital intensive care unit capacity is already at an all time high of 91%. In spite of the country's surge President Trump head into South Dakota today for a fireworks display at Mount Rushmore. It is expected to draw as many as 7500 people, but attendees won't be required to wear masks or to social distance. We'll talk to local leaders in Texas and Florida about curbing the spread in their communities. After the news summary. Also today, the head of homeland security worn protestors against vandalizing or removing statues and monuments this weekend in an opinion article, Chad Wolf Said his department will quote leverage every tool and authority to protect those landmarks. That comes two days after he announced a new task force to coordinate such a response. The Supreme Court last night blocked a lower court ruling that would have allowed curbside voting in Alabama during the pandemic local officials their plan to offer that option into loosen absentee ballot restrictions in three of the state's largest counties ahead of this month's runoff elections. High court will now decide whether to hear Alabama's appeal. The Aurora, Colorado police officers who took photos of themselves smiling as they re enacted a chokehold at a memorial site for Elijah McLane have now been fired. One of the four officers had already resigned. Last August, officer stopped MacLean, a 23 year old unarmed black man on the street for what they did was suspicious behavior. They placed him in a chokehold sedated him. And he later died in Turkey. A trial in absentia got underway in Istanbul for the 20 Saudis charged in the slaying of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. Shoki was killed at the Saudi consulate there in 2018. While he was trying to pick up marriage documents today, his fiance voice hope that justice will be served. Yanni Thiss has become a responsibility emotionally and spiritually put on our shoulders at the Saudi Consulate on October 2nd, 2018 I think you all on behalf of Jamal, May he rest in peace. We trust in Turkish justice. The judiciary process has begun. None of the accused was in courts in Saudi Arabia rejected demands for their extradition. Saudi court previously sentenced five people to death and three to jail for the killing last December. But hash cookies family later forgave his murderers. Effectively granting them clemency under Saudi law. Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abu Ahmed called out protesters today for refusing to end a week of deadly unrest. More than 80 people have died amid outrage over the shooting death of a popular singer Gianluca Endesa. He was a prominent anti government activists whose music gave a voice to Ethiopia's largest ethnic group. The government also shut down Internet service during the protests, and officials in Botswana have launched an investigation into the mysterious death of some 275 elephants. In recent weeks. Their bodies were first found in the northern Okavango Panhandle region. Where authorities are working to determine what caused them to die. They've ruled out poaching since the carcasses were intact, and now they're focusing on other possibilities. If this was a disease or virus or bacteria outbreak that was to spread on DH as I mentioned earlier, if a smaller, less genetically diverse populations were affected, then it could have been stating consequences for the population. Botswana is home to the world's largest population of elephants, more than 156,000 still to come on the news hour. The US tops 50,000 new infections.

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"saudi court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Because repressed volatility has been a theme throughout the markets we've got a bit about Quinn pond I give the kids standing by Mumbai with a quick look at the markets I can well we are looking at a very rapid quiet moments so and this is a hand off the holiday season on Aug again allows you an expected lines it's been a little bit all five will decline coming in for the benchmarks bond I would take this as someone consolidation on expected lines as a lot of analysts had indicated as it is the same for the banking nifty we must remember that the net will eternity indexes also but collapse quite substantially to level is being a little on the last seen on Oct twelve the last scene back in July of two thousand nineteen and not too much to speak for as far as he knew to be as concerned either so it's been a wave a quiet day and we're expecting it to be a quiet week going forward as well considering we are expecting our lack of participation from institutions I can thank you very much I have a cable that in Mumbai with the very latest on the mock it's not a Saudi court has sentenced five people to death for the murder of the government quick to market shop G. but it ruled that the last year's killing was not premeditated the court also said that it didn't have enough evidence to incriminate two top officials close to the crown prince Mohammed bin Salman US not until images yeah that the all the end of the criminal court.

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Saudi sentences 5 to death for Jamal Khashoggi's killing

All Things Considered

05:16 min | 2 years ago

Saudi sentences 5 to death for Jamal Khashoggi's killing

"Saudi Arabia has sentenced five people to death for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi his show Jeez death last year inside a Saudi consulate in Istanbul caused international outcry Saudi officials have consistently claimed his death was a mistake carried out by rogue agents but other investigations including one by the CI a and another one by the U. N. found evidence that the killing was the carefully premeditated execution the Saudi court whose proceedings were mostly conducted in secret also sent in several other men to prison but exonerated two senior aides to Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin someone we're joined now they've been Hubbard at The New York Times welcome thank you do we have reasons to doubt the integrity of this particular verdict what's your sense well as a lot of people think outside of Saudi reboot after you're raising a lot of questions are there just the fact that it was held in secret they were you know they did let some local media in but no international media of certain you know that's just not a lot going on here in terms of international standards that would make people feel very confident that was a legitimate process truly trying to ascertain who was responsible for this killing and how they should be punished if that's the case what purpose do you think this verdict service for the Saudi kingdom well you know the sun is very interested in putting this behind them I think that they realize how how much of a black mark this was you know the verdict as it came out today very much lined up with the Saudi narrative which says that this was a very exceptional active reserve not trip planned this was a decision that was made sort of in the heat of the moment by the Saudi agents were on the ground and who had not been dispatched to kill and and have not been authorized to kill right and how does that narrative differ with the narratives emerging out of these other investigations investigations by the CI a bye bye Turkey by the U. N. we do not quite a lot about what happened and we know that there were fifteen agents from Saudi Arabia who flew in in the hours before Mr Shoji showed up to receive his paperwork work they spent time in the consulate preparing they had entire conversations before he arrived about his body about the size of its body whether or not pieces of it would fit in suitcases one of the agents referred to him as a sacrificial animal when they arrived at the consulate then there's sort of all the efforts that the Saudis put in afterwards to try to cover up the crime they brought in forensic and chemical experts to more or less forensically cleanse the crime scene on a huge huge amounts of effort to keep the the Turks from sort of figuring out exactly what happened and who did what and you reminding us that at least a team of fifteen Saudi agents are flown in a is stumbled who were involved in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi what do we know about whether all of those people have been held to account we know that five people have been sentenced to death we don't know their identities we know that more men have been sentenced to prison but we don't know if the fifteen Saudi agents are these people who now face penalties no well I mean we we have good reason to believe that the there were eleven who were on trial you have good reason to believe that these eleven were among the fifteen who were in the scandal I don't think we know exactly which eleven they they were right and you know we don't know which people did what I mean the date that the Saudis did say that the five who were given sentences today were the ones who were actually involved in the killing where as the three who were going to prison were involved in covering up the crime and violating other laws but other than that we have no detail exactly who these people are what exact role they played in this killing I want to read you something the U. N. investigator on yes Telemark wrote today she wrote bottom line the hit men are guilty sentenced to death the master minds not only walk free they have barely been touched by the investigation and the trial that is the antithesis of justice it is a mockery do you think that fairly sums up the vast majority of international reaction to this verdict today well I think it sums up a lot of the settlement in the past and you can write it states we've seen a lot of anger from various parts of the US government of with you know the extension of the White House elsewhere in the world I think there are plenty of other countries that do business with Saudi Arabia that are less concerned about you know pushing it on human rights you know the the the Russians don't probably care so much of the Chinese and plenty of other people so is this where the inquiry ends inside the Saudi justice system I mean is this the final word from the kingdom well I don't think it's the end of the Saudi judicial process this sentence was referred to as a preliminary rulings and so these can be appealed and then they can later go to the High Court before they're any executions they actually have to be approved by the king and so you'll just the Saudi legal process could go on for quite a long time okay for these particular individuals facing punishment now but with respect to additional individuals who have yet to be held to account could there be further repercussions it doesn't appear that there's any further investigation going on Saudi Arabia I mean I would be very surprised if you can give came out and said we have new information against new people and at this point I don't think there's a lot to expect from other other external process easy either I mean the the UN rapporteur he quoted earlier yeah she had called for an international investigation plenty of other people have there's just no I haven't really seen indicate any indication of these kinds of calls getting any momentum

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"saudi court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"When we go about Carol the impeachment debate takes holiday sort of as Congress went on break until January six the house of representatives left town without handing over the historic articles of impeachment against president trump that leaves Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's promise of a speedy trial uncertain as he waits for word from house speaker Nancy Pelosi on the next step also uncertain the United States Mexico Canada trade act the speaker is sitting on that one as well hopefully she'll send that over at some point that's been one of president trump's signature issues the promise of a new trade deal to replace nafta the trade agreement with China netted results today is Beijing cut import tariffs on a wide range of goods including food and parts for manufacturing smartphones Bloomberg irv Chapman reports from Washington the move will reduce the cost of living for China's consumers Chad brown of the Peterson institute for international economics said in a Bloomberg interview China's battle lowering its tariffs on stuff coming in from the rest of the world partially to offset some of the additional costs to its own economy of tears it's imposing on the United States but they were continuing on with that trajectories another step in that direction frozen pork is a key item China has been importing record amounts of meat to remedy shortages in the run up to the holidays in Washington irv Chapman Bloomberg radio a Saudi court sentenced five people to death for the murder of government critics Kamal casualty but ruled that last year's assassination was not premeditated it also said it didn't have enough evidence to incriminate two top officials close to crown prince Mohammed bin Sulman global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in.

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"saudi court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"White House is considering arguing that president trump hasn't been officially impeach because the house hasn't yet forwarded articles of impeachment to the Senate and with the speaker will be holding on to these articles of impeachment not only just delaying the Senate trial but it's also a putting a hold on her meaning who is going to be from the house of presenting its case against the president in the Senate corresponding Kristen Holmes meanwhile a vodka trump was senior adviser at the White House says her dad isn't all that bothered by his impeachment his energized as our sixty three million plus voters who elected him to office the president's daughter was on CBS news face the nation a Saudi court has sentenced by people to death for the murder of a Washington post journalist last year in Turkey Jamal because Shoghi the Taliban says it's behind an attack on American convoy today that left one US soldier dead in Afghanistan here in New York falling ice is continuing to close down several streets in midtown Manhattan and travelers in New York and New Jersey well they are taking to the skies for the holidays W. A. B. C.'s Kristin marks reports many of them have packed debating suits and flip flops and are heading to the beach while others are carrying skis Seattle Charlotte try to get to believe the jolly design one literally go Colorado get a ski trip belay expects nearly one hundred and sixteen million people to travel through new year's day a four percent increase over last year many are driving fifty miles or more with triple a warning people that the worst time to hit the road is the day after Christmas I'm Kristin marks for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news Boeing CEO Dennis Miller Burke is resigning NBC news aviation expert Tom Costello says it's not just about the problems with the seven thirty seven Max the trigger the resignation here went from bad to worse again it jumped on Friday when they try to launch the starliner spaceship worse yet failed to achieve the order to reach the space station and it had to be brought down by parachute well with a little more than a week to go stocks are set to keep advancing through the end of the year capping off a stellar twenty nineteen that's driven right now by good news from Beijing China saying it'll reduce tariffs on hundreds of goods next week including frozen pork avocados and some tech imports on Wall Street the Dow is up to hundred thirteen points the nasdaq is up thirty in the S. and P. is up five points tonight in sports is the necks of.

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"saudi court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"On the transition of power for Boeing the new CEO will be David Calhoun he is currently a director on the board he's been there since two thousand and nine they'll be an interim CEO of having the transition that is Greg Smith the current CFO and that is really about who's been in the job who is being the face of this company throughout the crisis with the seven three seven Max which is now being grounded since much he will be out of the job Boeing said the press release that exported directors decided a change in leadership was necessary to restore confidence in the company moving forward a Saudi Arabian court has sentenced five people to death in the killing of Washington post columnist Jamal coup shogi in twenty eighteen correspondence to cast amount reports a member of the royal family believe connected here is not implicated though by the chorus Saudi court concluded that the five men committed the murder of Jamal could shogi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last year three others were sentenced to a total of twenty four years in prison for the roles they played in covering up the killing of the Washington post journalist that's according to a statement from Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor their investigation concluded that the murder was a mistake that they killed his Shoghi when it became too difficult to move him to another location the CIA concluded however that the crown prince Mohammed bin Sulayem ordered the killing I'm Steve casting down a United Airlines flight from Newark liberty International Airport flight twenty four twenty nine reported a mechanical issue after the Boeing seven thirty seven dash eight hundred took off from the airport this happen upon landing in Denver some passengers say sparks on the runway appeared as the flight landed the aircraft was taken out of service and is being inspected nobody hurt though the big trouble get away under way in course monetarily Kessler reports you may want to consider traveling off hours to try and avoid the big crunch if you travel at off hours four AM like this guy getting to LaGuardia airport is easy Bristol traffic this time there.

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"saudi court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On Wall Street let's bring in Michael bar now with more of what's going on in the world good morning Michael good morning Amy a Saudi court found at least eight people guilty of the murder of Washington post Jamaal because shogi the journalist the five people will be executed on another three will be imprisoned for twenty four years according to a statement read in the public prosecutor's office in Riyadh today in total eleven people stood trial for the killing that took place at the Kingdom's consulate in Istanbul last year newly released White House emails are fueling renewed calls for impeachment witnesses the email sure what time line of events surrounding the freezing of four hundred million dollars in military aid to Ukraine just ninety one minutes after the phone call between president trump and Ukraine's president a senior official with the White House of office and budget management email the Pentagon to please hold off on that funding the you crave the OMB requested they keep it quiet given the sensitive nature of the request authorities in Las Vegas have started their investigation into a fire that killed six people and injured thirteen others nearly fifty others were displaced from a three story apartment building in the downtown area some residents of the alpine motel apartments told investigators there was no heat in the building and they were using their stones to stay warm before the weekend blames the US military says an American service member has been killed in action in Afghanistan twenty Americans have been killed in combat in Afghanistan this year the hit and run of a Mexican teenager in Iowa has sparked public outcry from several notable figures at a campaign rally in Indianola Iowa democratic presidential candidate but a judge shared his thoughts on the issue the song will be coming up over this country and on that day there will still be something very wrong in the heart of a woman driving her vehicle in Clive Iowa seeing a teenage girl and thinking I should hurt her because she's Mexican a dangerous situation and a part of New York City back with holiday shoppers this time of the year pieces are falling ice on the size of footballs are crushing the roofs of parked cars in midtown Manhattan within the past few days at least one person was hit in the face.

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"saudi court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:11 min | 3 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"World Service, Lawrence pelota and Claire McDonnell with you. We're going to take you to Saudi Arabia now thirty seven people have an executed in just one single day. Most of the convicts were beheaded was crucified under seven head exposed on a pole kill sung-man, king Salman ratified executions for terrorism related crimes by Royal decree. The kingdom has one of the highest rates of capital punishment in the world, many human rights organizations. Have condemned. The executions on the grounds that some conventions were tainted through torture, and as you're about to hear some it's ledge were executed simply for protesting simply for exercising democratic right to speak out. Most of those executed were also from the minority. Shia population earlier, I spoke to armored director of the Gulf institute any United States most of the acute individuals. Our share at fifty seven off from the minorities debut, and many of them are among the protest activists that place from two thousand eleven and two sixteen against the pressure in favor of democracy, human rights, you can see many photos of them protesting or giving speeches during protests. According for elected, parliament and freedom of all prisoners and the equality, and so on specially those from the city were me, which is extremely deprived. Many of these young men were college students college bound and some of them were in employed. Some them were professionals as well. When of for example, is Muste Swick who was a young college bound student to go to the United States. He was a student who was an actor. He was a handball player. So these people were really trying to get a better future. But the Saudi monarchy does not want any dissent. So this is a message for anybody who is peaceful. The the most dangerous activists to go to the peaceful activists who are demanding better future. And this mentioned the young man Migita sewing kits. He he had just demonstrated nothing more than that. And this is exactly what they said to. So some of the government just forgot to stick any other charge. And that he said he participated in protests, and I think because they feel confident that they have support from certain countries who will cover this act. They did throw charges of terrorism against the people the charge of Thursday Saudi Arabia is so broad. It includes just opposing the ruling family or the king. You have chef Muhammed Lata a prominent figure. Who lived in Jeddah, a teacher of English and also disclosed and he wanted to start the community for the sheer jet, which is they had hundreds of thousands of Shia, but they have no mosques any community centers that is the charge that he was charged with that that he was starting to have what they call a sectarian gathering because they are Shiites. I you cannot have these things if you are not in a sham agenda, any alternative thinking, he'll tentative voice being clamp down on the most extremely that were charges. And then when you know anything more about this of of killing police officers are amongst this number. I guess the ruling monarchy would say well there where people were protesters, but that play did actually carry out terrorist defenses. Well that some policemen's who were killed. But none of these people were actually linked to any of the policemen's who were there was like three or four over. Period of five six years. They said they fired at the police, but there is no exact information. And let us be clear the Saudi court system isn't apartheid courses to meeting that you have to be a hobby to judge or a prosecutor, no other Saudi citizen Shiite or average to near secular or blacks are allowed to be part of that system that is early L helmet director of the Gulf institute in the United States. Speaking to me, initially, sixteen minutes past the hour. Quick reminder of the headlines Lincoln thirties say that the suicide bombers who killed three hundred and fifty people on Easter Sunday had well educated middle class backgrounds. North Korea's leader Kim Jones crossed the border into Russia is always have led Vostok on his train for a meeting with President Putin and Hong Kong court has given jail sentences to leading pro-democracy activists for that part in the so-called umbrella protests. Twenty fourteen sport hours. Thank you. Manchester City boss pet Guardiola says he doesn't like all they're going to celsius suggestion that his plans will result in niggly fouls in tonight's I mean, vital title, deciding maybe even Dhabi against Manchester. United the United boss said he expected cities plans to snap at the heels and kick them city, of course, need to win that one to keep that primarily title hypes in their own hands. Plotting. I believe Christian Erickson is open to the idea of contract extension at white hotline. Ericsson's light strike helps best Negra third place with one they'll win over Brighton. Elsewhere Shane lung broke the record for the fastest goal in Premier League history. Scored after just seven seconds in Southampton's one all draw with what foot boss could be crowned champions of Spain later alleged tuna lost. They'll be champions if second-place athletic Madrid dropped points against Valencia, and they Trump to wrap this the Philadelphia seventy six. Is and the Portland trailblazers have all qualified full the NBA conference semifinals all of them wanting game five of their first round playoff series and have advanced full one out many, thanks also this now the US Centric condom tesla Israeli out of the headlines. However, it says often because of an inflammatory tweet from the TV executive Elon Musk as the pioneering green technology, one of a threat of US type fans with financial results out today, which will tell us about the health of that business, and when his head to tell us what to expect hammer bluntly probably loss, again, maybe a bit less than last time been pretty lack luster year, though, it underwhelming delivery numbers. Multiple jump cuts and lower prices for their vehicles semi doesn't disillusion all of shows Rosca bridge chief executive Kawasaki investments in California significant Tessler investor and he says despite the often self created storms. He's confident in his investment. I think there's there's sort of a tale of two cities here with Tessa so a year ago. Tasos sort of this major crisis motive relying so much on tawny and robotics, and sort of a philosophy that that really ultimately failed in. So when Jeremy Leon took over management, basically throughout a lot of that stuff and put in the human beings in the more traditional automotive lines. So what they're really focused on. Now. Can we make five thousand cars week of quality? And that's what they did this corner. That's basically what their numbers were. And as we move forward, we expect numbers to increase and also cars in more mass markets perhaps than they produced before as well. Yeah. Tesla was just up. There has a wonderful line of Yukos yet to calm the model y which is beautiful car was sitting in a yesterday. I love it. And then you've got a semi truck, which is really a game changer for the transportation industry. And then of course, the roads drama high in which will sell like pretty crazily well because it will be the fastest. And you want the fastest car? Some of the peon blowups that come out in the tesla boardroom and thinking in particular veasley this argument between the TV -secutive, Elon Musk and the financial regulator in the United States, the SEC, but also flip-flopping on they talked about closing some stores selling some models line. They went back on that. It does feel sometimes from the outside that this is slightly out of control. Is that worry us investor? Well, I think there you would be sort of negligent not not to be worried by some of the things you. But I think it's more the way that things are happening from the media perspective versus what's really happening at the company. And and that's probably one of the most frustrating things in and I've actually spoke with them in in even yesterday extensive even with about this. And honestly like they do a lot better in. They're very receptive Elise to my idea. So, you know, I'm working with them to have a different. Approach. So, you know, remember this a company full of engineers and highly intelligent people, and they're just they don't get the marketing side as well as they need to Rosca that results out pretty late tonight. So I'm sure you comes on shore as we'll be talking about tomorrow morning on the business news. Well, thank you..

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"saudi court" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"saudi court" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Do it. Now. Let's say if there's one guy in this room who's actually down with that. Walk away. I've gone to more than one sporting events with you before, sir. I know where I just look up, and it's Robbins has gone. I send you a text message Ayman where yet. Oh, yeah. I need to leave. What the hell not going to tell me? I mean, that's that's a little lower from divorce, but still daddy coming home. Saudi Arabian courts will notify women by text message now where their husbands have been granted divorces under a law took effect yesterday that serve that service with a smile right there. Tweeting. Just tweeted out, by the way, I'm not coming home. Okay, used like you have to put the notices in the newspapers, I'm changing my name or the couple is divorced. Now. This couple is married now got to put that they're now it's just on Twitter Twitter. That's the twenty first century solution to the lawyer Samaya al-hindi told the local paper that Saudi courts in the past heard many cases of Saudi women still living with her ex husband without realizing they had been divorced. God. This will put an end to any attempts at cheating or impersonating, the identity of women to take control of their Bank accounts and property using previously. Issued powers attorney. To step forward. For divorced women. There you go. If you get to drive now, and we're going to get some tax to notify the divorce Abdul Akbar. If you're contemplating divorce. Lawyer..

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