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"saudi ministry" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

02:36 min | 7 months ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"By Kelly field for the monitor. Heather Oakley rippy founded global gardens in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in order to nurture children to teach them about cooperation, critical thinking, confidence, and hope. Episode three of our people making a difference podcast. Planting radishes is really a means to learning self control and critical thinking. That's how Heather Oakley rippy sees it. The founder of global gardens started a program in 2007 that now reaches children in pre-K to 6th grade at 15 schools in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It also operates three community gardens. But what's compelling about the global gardens approach is that it's facilitators are sowing critical life skills in today's racially and politically polarized world. The three core values underlying their efforts are science, peace, and empowerment. Whenever kids are working on the project together, you're going to have some conflict, says miss rip, but she has that if you are teaching critical thinking asking questions working together in peaceful way working out conflicts, kids are going to be naturally empowered. You can find the full episode of the podcast, as well as a transcript in today's issue. Now commentary from the monitor's editorial board on why young Saudis may reshape the Muslim world. Like the proverbial hand that brocks the cradle, school textbooks still have a big influence on a country's next generation. Despite the growing power of social media. And perhaps no country has made such a swift change in its textbooks over the past few years that Saudi Arabia, the center of the Islamic world. The shift by the Saudi Ministry of Education away from teaching hate and fear of others, especially Jews and Christians has been so dramatic that a new study of the latest textbooks claims a change in Saudi attitudes could produce a ripple effect in other Muslim majority countries. The institute for monitoring peace and cultural tolerance in school education and Israeli research group states, the Saudi educational curriculum appears to be sailing on an even keel toward its stated goals of more moderation and openness. We believe that Saudi Arabia is seeking a place in a region that hopes to resemble a family of sharing and cooperating.

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:20 min | 11 months ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on WBUR

"Now later today, dozens of Nigerian doctors are going to meet the Saudi health minister in Abuja with hope of landing a job in Saudi Arabia. It's part of a regular recruitment exercise conducted by the Saudis abroad. But according to the Nigerian Doctors Association has been a big surge recently in the number of health professionals leaving the country for well better reward elsewhere. So what's driving it all? And how is the health system coping with this medical brain drain? Nigerian newspapers that only trust has just published an investigation into the trend. It's health Editor Joe Morocco spoke to us from Abuja. So many of them are living their health facilities to do the interview and live for Saudi Arabia. A lot of our chief medical directors have been complaining that Yeah, Specialist is the growth of some facilities. Now they're only metrology has left. All the only you don't get that left or the only person managing the realities happier, and many more are also planning to live five years many doctors have tripped. Abuja waiting for the interview. Committing too big In Abuja. But and that's and that's to potentially go to Saudi Arabia. But that's not the only destination. Nigerian doctors are seeking employment in plenty of places abroad. Yes, There are three major destinations Salad be Arabia USA and the UK, but At the moment, the one happening in Saudi Arabia and within the last few months, it's like There's been a drive by the Saudi Ministry of Health. To employ doctors in different specialties for Nigeria. What's the difference in salary that doctors can make? I presume that's one of the main drivers. Well, do you Some of this arranged from maybe the private hospital or is a public hospital, but an average in some facilities medical professor could be any 450,000 naira. Why his counterpart in Saudi Arabia, or that, like maybe, and six million Narrator So is a wide difference. And because of the poor remuneration and Other reasons. Many of them prefer to live Nigeria and walk in Saudi Arabia. And that's understandable. What's it doing to the health system as a whole, particularly time where there's been a doctors strike as well? The health system is getting what by debate. Already the Nigerian resident doctor strike Has cost. Uh, got is only consultant gets are walking. They already over went and then many doctors are now it must It is estimated that about 40,000 doctors are walking in Nigeria or practicing in Nigeria, but we do Must exit door. The number has really, really, really reduced. You know, Before now we had a tradition of one doctor to about 4000 patients. Which is A clear decision from the W H O standards, which I believe one doctor to 600 patients issue So at the moment, the situation is even worse than that. Joma a call from the Daily Trust newspaper in Nigeria. There, this is news Day, quick reminder of the top stories. Afghanistan dominates President Biden coming under growing pressure to maintain a U. S military presence at Kabul airport to allow more Afghans defeat the country. We're going to be talking about that with a politician in the UK In just a moment. UN Human Rights Council is going to discuss the crisis in Afghanistan. An emergency meeting in Geneva and a new report says last month's devastating floods in Germany and Belgium were made more likely by climate change. Scott Sports. Hi, Isaac. Paralympics begin in a few hours with the opening ceremony in Tokyo. The event will have 4400 athletes.

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:13 min | 11 months ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Now. Later today, dozens of Nigerian doctors are going to meet the Saudi health minister in Abuja with hope of landing a job in Saudi Arabia. It's part of a regular recruitment exercise conducted by the Saudis abroad. But according to the Nigerian doctors associations, has been a big surge recently in the number of health professionals leaving the country for well better reward elsewhere. So what's driving it all? And how is the health system coping with this medical brain drain? Nigerian newspapers that only trust has just published an investigation into the trend. It's health Editor Joe McComb spoke to us from Abuja. So many of them are living their health facilities to do the view and live for Saudi Arabia. A lot of our chief medical directors have been complaining that Yeah, Specialist go to some facilities now they're only metrology has left. All the only you don't get that left or the only person managing the happier and many more are also planning to live as that is many doctors at 15. Abuja waiting for the interview, recommending to be In Abuja. But and that's and that's to potentially go to Saudi Arabia. But that's not the only destination. Nigerian doctors are seeking employment in plenty of places abroad. Yes, there are three major destinations that Saudi Arabia would be and the U K. But At the moment, the one happening in Saudi Arabia and within the last two months, it's like There's been a drive by the Saudi Ministry of Health. To employ doctors different the shelter from Nigeria. What's the difference in salary that doctors can make? I presume that's one of the main drivers. Well, Do you follow this arranged from the private hospital or is a public hospital? An average some facilities medical professor could mean 450,000 naira. Why his counterpart in Saudi Arabia or that, like maybe, and in six million No. So is a wide different because of the call Remuneration and Other reasons, many of them to leave Nigeria and walk in Saudi Arabia. And that's understandable. What's it doing to the health system as a whole, particularly time where there's been a doctors strike as well? The health system is getting worse by the day already the Nigerian president strike Have cost, uh, got Is only consultants that are working. They already over went and then many doctors are now it must. It is estimated that about 40,000 bucks walking in Nigeria are practicing in Nigeria. Well would be Must at the door. The number of fact really, really, really reduced. You know, Before now we had the addition of one doctor to about 4000 patients. Which is A glad decision from the stand that one doctor to 600 patients issue so at the moment, the situation it didn't want done that. Joma a call from the Daily Trust newspaper in Nigeria. There, this is news Day, quick reminder of the top stories. Afghanistan dominates President Biden coming under growing pressure to maintain a U. S military presence at Kabul airport to allow more Afghans defeat the country. We're going to be talking about that with a politician in the UK In just a moment. UN Human Rights Council is going to discuss the crisis in Afghanistan. An emergency meeting in Geneva and a new report says last month's devastating floods in Germany and Belgium were made more likely by climate change. Scott Sports. Hi, Isaac. Paralympics begin in a few hours with the opening ceremony in Tokyo. The event will have 4400 athletes.

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Saudi Arabia Says It Executes 3 Soldiers for 'High Treason'

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Saudi Arabia Says It Executes 3 Soldiers for 'High Treason'

"Has no lasted for more than six years. Three soldiers in Saudi Arabia had been executed on charges of high treason. Statement by the Saudi Defense Ministry said that the three men were convicted of treason in cooperation with the enemy, which was not named. Sebastian OSHA has more details. Statement from the Saudi ministry defense said that the death senators had been carried out today in the Southern district Command. The kingdom sees Iran as its major threat and considers the Houthi rebels it's been fighting in Yemen for six years to be controlled by Tehran. In recent months, the Houthis have intensified rocket and drone attacks on infrastructure targets in Saudi Arabia. Statement by the Defense Ministry said it was making the announcement of the executions in order to affirm its confidence in what it called the loyal

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on WTOP

"Washington, and it's 64 in northwest DC. Thank you mad, 6 51, now a grand juror who won a court fight to speak publicly about the Briana Taylor investigation. Is taking issue with statements by Kentucky's attorney general and says the dude with the grand jury was not given the option to consider charges connected to tell his shooting death by police. The grand jury charge just one officer with endangering her neighbors in a red state, But the grand jurors said only wanton endangerment charges were offered for them to consider against one officer. Grand jury asked questions about bringing other charges against the officers and was told there would be none because prosecutors didn't feel they could make them stick. Taylor was shot in her apartment during a botched raid. Officers fired their weapons after her boyfriend fired a shot thinking the raid was a home invasion. 6 52 and leadership at Virginia Military Institute is pledging full cooperation with an independent investigation that was ordered by state officials. But they deny that systemic racism exists at the nation's oldest state support of military college. The investigation was ordered after a Washington Post report that detailed Relentless racism experienced by black cadets. The Roanoke Times first reported in June about cadets and alumni speaking out against racism and pushing for change ahead. Of'em Eyes Board of visitors said the reported incidents had more to do with an individual's lapse of judgement and with the culture of the institute. A Defense Department wasted billions of dollars over two years in Afghanistan war reconstruction money. Federal news network Scott Machi ONI reports, The Pentagon could have bought three major sports teams and still have money left over with the money for the Afghan reconstruction. At wasted from the beginning of 2018 to the end of 2019, the $3.4 billion was supposed to go to projects like training and public safety, according to the inspector general overseeing the Afghan reconstruction. Instead that money bought books that were not readable condition funded, failed counter narcotics programs and paid frame more than $5 Million Border Patrol facility that was never used. Scott Mosconi federal news network. A family of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Cash. Shoji has filed a federal lawsuit. It accuses Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of personally ordering cash yogis execution to silence the high profile government critic. The lawsuit accuses Prince Mohammed and Saudi Ministry of Interior officials, Saudi officials maintain the death was a tragic accident and sends eight people to jail. Up next in money news. Will the Corona virus caused problems in the housing market? 6 54 wantto win Halloween this year stop by your local wise markets for all of your spooky needs. Save big on our large.

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on WTOP

"Low eighties Friday mostly cloudy not quite as warm and a little bit less humid highs in the low to mid seventies. Saturday. Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. Highs of being a load a bit seventies and on Sunday high school likely stay in the sixties. It's 61 in New Carrollton right now, 57 Percival and it's 64 Northwest D. C. Okay. Matt 5 51, now former press Ident. Barack Obama is returning to Philadelphia for his first in person 2020 campaign event for Joe Biden. He'll be speaking today at a drive in rally where supporters will listen to him over the radio inside their cars. That format underscores the challenge Democrats face and Jenning up enthusiasm and getting out the vote in a year when they've avoided big rallies in favor of small, socially distant events. 5 52 attorneys trying to reunite Children that were separated from their parents at the U. S Mexico border in the early days of the Trump Adminis. Oration say they're unable to reach hundreds of parents. In June, 2018, a federal judge in San Diego, ordered that Children in government custody be reunited with their parents. So far, advocates have located the parents of 485 Children. But they continue to look for the parents of 545 miners, two thirds of whom are believed to have been deported to their home countries. Efforts to reach these parents using phone numbers provided by the government. Were unsuccessful. The advocates have been underground in Mexico and Central America for months looking for these parents that their efforts were temporarily halted due to the Cova 19 pendant at CBS News Immigration reporter Camillo Montoya Galvez, the family of Murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Ca. Shoji has fired a federal filed A federal lawsuit accusing Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of personally ordering showed his execution to silence the high profile government critic. Lawsuit accuses Prince Mohammed and Saudi Ministry of Interior officials, Saudi officials maintain the death was a tragic accident and sentenced eight people to jail up heading. Money news. There are still some of us who want to do our holiday shopping in person this year. It's 5 53..

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Travis Kalanick is cutting all ties with the company he co founded a decade ago he said today it sold all of his stock in his resigning from the board of directors I'm Christopher Greene I'm Gregg Jarrett from the Bloomberg news from Saudi Arabia and Kuwait have agreed to resume oil production in their shared border region more than four years after holding output the agreement allows the resumption of oil production from the joint fields according to the Saudi ministry this was on Twitter the oil fields of the so called neutral zone can produce as much as five hundred thousand barrels a day more than each of OPEC's three small as members pump last month Daniel Moore's BNP Paribas asset management senior investment strategist does Bloomberg there's reason to believe trade worries are far from over that president Donald Trump will keep using the tariff as a weapon I you know with the face twenty between the US and China with the passage of the U. S. M. C. A. the new nafta also you did have the US Japan trade accord that was approved as well so from trends point to do these are all victories and he could conclude that his strategy of using terms of trying to force concessions from the U. S. trading partners is effective and not to do more of that next year so I think the assumption that the trade issues that we face in twenty nineteen are going to dissipate next year we think are likely Nissan motors third highest ranking executives planning to leave the company and joining the like Rick motor company and abrupt move the deal Jenner another blow to the scandal plagued Japanese car maker June Seki vice chief operating officer in charge of the sons performance recovery plans to join Japanese manufacturer nidec corporation as president and C. E. O. the fifty eight year old who confirmed the move to Bloomberg news was among the contenders to be Nissan's chief executive officer in October we've missed out to Makoto cheetah most recently the company's China chief the S. and P. five hundred closed little changed out less than one the Dow closed down a tenth of a percent down thirty six on the nasdaq closed up in record territory up seven global news twenty four hours a day and on quick take by Bloomberg power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than a hundred twenty countries I'm Gregg Jarrett this is Bloomberg businessweek radio hi I'm Jayson Kelly Carol master of the next couple of hours we're gonna bring you news of the week inside from the magazine and more well and we're celebrating a birthday ninety years of Bloomberg businessweek Carol we are indeed so we're gonna take you through the decades the history of the magazine the topics that have been covered and to find fascinating is some of our editors who have been there for a long time we're also going to talk about Boeing halting production of its grounded seven three seven Max we look into what really went wrong with a guy who has been following that company so closely knows it inside and out for many years plus a fascinating feature story from Monte Rio he's our projects investigations reporter in man he took us on a trip literally to Madagascar are to figure out the wild economics vanilla plain old vanilla it's a great story in adventure story that you probably wouldn't anticipate but let's start with that big birthday it's the ninety eighth for business week doesn't look a day over twenty five economics editor Peter call a discusses the magazines illustrious history I was with the magazine for one third of its life thirty years pass and I'm pretty proud of that yeah but now I was not around in nineteen twenty nine so that that's anything is the magazine was launched in September of nineteen twenty nine which history buffs will recall was just seven weeks before that terrible stock market crash which killed helped usher in the Great Depression so not an auspicious time to be launching a magazine but we survived those tough times and end up thriving eventually huge success and at one point the had more advertising pages in any magazine in the country and and and more at six at least in any business magazine in the world and so what was the idea from the beginning I was McGraw hill was the publisher and they bought committee called a W. Shaw which had a magazine called system the magazine of business and that was a monthly so they spent about a year tinkering with it and reply said as a weekly which was originally called the business week and it was intended to be in a way very much like what we intend to do today which is the a quick read for people who care about business what your business person years self or not but you you're interested it was as opposed to some of the trade magazines which are very needy she's kind of vertical it was intended to be for everyone covering all of business that everything is great about this magazine because I feel like for most individuals right they have kind of a core thing that they're very interested in but they're interested in the world at large and as we have learned over the decades yeah increasingly it's all interconnected it is and you know if you are working for a tech company you'll be interest in the tech coverage but you might let me most almost more interested in the coverage of adjacent areas because you're not following that at a day to day basis and yet will impinge on your life our politics right about how the genetec community is really embroiled in political scrutiny right so tell us your story how did you get to miss this week I work for Associated Press and the guy from eight P. was from business week of covered telecom was leaving and he recommended me for the job and I managed to get it so much my first job was covering telecommunications this was shortly after the breakup of the bell system that was still a big story the time and then a trans is offer into technology and then there's an opening in covering economics and with a really smart guy named Michael Mandel and he trained me up and so I know not and not an economist but I'm kind of old learned and enjoyed learning about economics over the years and so what was attractive to you at that first blush when you're coming from the A. P. was it sort of a it was a destination in in your mind or but what are.

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Saudi Arabia, Kuwait end dispute over shared oil fields

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Saudi Arabia, Kuwait end dispute over shared oil fields

"From Saudi Arabia and Kuwait have agreed to resume oil production in their shared border region more than four years after holding output the agreement allows the resumption of oil production from the joint fields according to the Saudi ministry this was on Twitter the oil fields of the so called neutral zone can produce as much as five hundred thousand barrels a day more than each of OPEC's three small as members pump last

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To say happy my merry Christmas to his president trump took time out of his day to criticize Democrats for their demands for witnesses to be called in his upcoming impeachment trial of president acknowledges Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is under pressure from Democrats I may get some from a few Republicans to allow more witnesses in a Senate trial he leaves that up to McConnell that doesn't mean he has to like it people remember they treated us very unfairly they didn't give us the process that you give us anything the Senate they want everybody answers I'll sign the articles of impeachment against him are still being held on to buy speaker Nancy Pelosi Mr trump declared bluesy hates Republicans and anyone who voted for him Bob Constantini Washington there's been renewed fighting today between anti government protesters and police in Hong Kong some of the protesters smashed shop windows on Christopher Cruz I'm Gregg Jarrett from the Bloomberg news from Saudi Arabia and Kuwait have agreed to resume oil production in their shared border region more than four years after holding output the agreement allows the resumption of oil production from the joint fields according to the Saudi ministry this was on Twitter the oil fields of the so called neutral zone can produce as much as five hundred thousand barrels a day more than each of OPEC's three small as members pump last month Daniel Moore's BNP Paribas asset management senior investment strategist does Bloomberg there's reason to believe trade worries are far from over the president Donald Trump will keep using the tariff as a weapon you know with the face when they're between the US and China with the passage of the U. S. M. C. A. the new nafta also you did have the US Japan trade accord that was approved as well so from trends point to do these are all victories and he could conclude that his strategy of using terrorists to try to force concessions from the U. S. training partners is effective and not to do more of that next year so I think the assumption that the trade issues that we face in twenty nineteen are going to dissipate next year we think are likely be some motors third highest ranking executives planning to leave the company and joining the like Rick motor company and abrupt move the deal jet another blow to the scandal plagued Japanese car maker June Seki vice chief operating officer in charge of the sons performance recovery plans to join Japanese manufacturer nidec corporation as president and C. E. O. the fifty eight year old who confirmed the move to Bloomberg news was among the contenders to be Nissan's chief executive officer in October we've missed out to Makoto cheetah most recently the company's China chief the S. and P. five hundred closed little changed down less than one the Dow closed down a tenth of a percent down thirty six on the nasdaq closed up in record territory up seven global news twenty four hours a day and on quick take by Bloomberg power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than a hundred twenty country I'm Gregg Jarrett.

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Critical vote trump's tax returns finally a Francis Israelis have begun voting in an unprecedented election that will decide whether long time prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu stays in power responded Sam Kiley has more from Jerusalem all suggests that is pretty much even Stevens between banning guns in yellow pages of blue and white party which is on the center left and the Likud party led by Benjamin Netanyahu at they showing about thirty two seats eighteen hundred and twenty seats as it could. it will really depend this election on the scale of the turn out the bass response Israel second election this year after Netanyahu failed to build build a coalition following April's vote and dissolved parliament president trump says it's looking like Iran was responsible for the attacks on key oil installations in Saudi Arabia but he also says he doesn't want war involves Saudi Arabia says its initial investigations indicate that Iranian weapons were used in Saturday's attacks a statement from the Saudi ministry of foreign affairs says the kingdom will take the appropriate measures based on the results of the investigation. New York district attorney wants to see president trump's tax returns for the last few years hadn't DA cy Vance is office at the subpoena to masers USA the longtime accounting firm for Mr trump and the trump organization asking for eight years of the president's tax returns according to a person familiar with the matter news of the subpoena was first reported in The New York Times the DA's office is investigating hush money payments made to women who accused president trump of sexual misconduct a lawyer for the trump organization said they were evaluating and will respond as appropriate any tax returns viewed by a grand jury would remain secret unless they became evidence in a trial Steve casting about New York made a report to US service member was killed in Afghanistan Monday the service member was killed in action but so.

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"You can do the search for a missing mom on the subreddit fox news investigators just confirming the mother is dead and her young children have not been found fox's Evan brown is following this live from Miami I at least of the family of thirty two year old Casey Jones of Ocala Florida say they haven't seen or heard from the woman or her four kids in about six weeks and now police outside Brunswick Georgia say they've found her body they're also questioning her husband thirty eight year old Michael Wayne Jones junior who already has a warrant for his arrest for murder back in Florida and they are still looking for the kids ages ten five two and one makes thanks seven the US military just confirming an American service member killed in combat in Afghanistan the seventeenth this year no details yet on the incident peace talks with the Taliban recently collapsing and president trump has pledged to continue hitting the Taliban hard US defense officials as the military has not been ordered to draw down troops oil prices are soaring up more than eleven percent actually now up more than fourteen percent after weekend attacks on oil plants as Saudi Arabia which is blaming Iran fox's son Elon has this life lays the Saudi ministry saying it believes Iranian weapons were used in Saturday's attack although it says the location they were loads trump is still unknown energy secretary Rick Perry is also blading around this was a deliberate attack on the global economy did you run is denying involvement ten dot lights are coming to it side Russia and China warning against hasty conclusions meantime Simon US officials are telling fox news the drones and cruise missiles that hit Saudi Arabia were fired from Iran right now oil prices are over sixty two dollars a barrel. because listening box. this report is sponsored by a LifeLock with Norton. connected continues with one oh six one F. M. talk. state lawmakers are holding a public.

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"The search for a missing mom on the th the Brady fox news investigators just confirming the mother is dead and her young children have not been found fox seven brown is following this live from Miami I at least of the family of thirty two year old Casey Jones of Ocala Florida say they haven't seen or heard from the woman or her four kids in about six weeks and now police outside Brunswick Georgia say they've found her body they're also questioning her husband thirty eight year old Michael Wayne Jones junior who already has a warrant for his arrest for murder back in Florida and they are still looking for the kids ages ten five two and one Lisa thanks seven the US military just confirming an American service member killed in combat in Afghanistan the seventeenth this year no details yet on the incident peace talks with the Taliban recently collapsing and president trump has pledged to continue hitting the Taliban hard a US defense officials as the military has not been ordered to draw down troops oil prices are soaring up more than eleven percent actually now up more than fourteen percent after weekend attacks on oil plants as Saudi Arabia which is blaming Iran talks to Simon Ellen has this live Lisa the Saudi ministry saying it believes Iranian weapons were used in Saturday's attack although it says the location they were launched from is still unknown energy secretary Rick Terry is also blading around this was a deliberate attack. the global economy did you run is denying involvement Tendai lies all coming to it side Russia and China warning against hasty conclusions except for meantime Simon US officials are telling fox news the drones and cruise missiles that hit Saudi Arabia were fired from Iran right now oil prices are over sixty.

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You can do the search for a missing mom on the subreddit fox news investigators just confirming the mother is dead and her young children have not been found fox's Evan brown is following this live from Miami I at least of the family of thirty two year old Casey Jones of Ocala Florida say they haven't seen or heard from the woman or her four kids in about six weeks and now police outside Brunswick Georgia say they've found her body they're also questioning her husband thirty eight year old Michael Wayne Jones junior who already has a warrant for his arrest for murder back in Florida and they are still looking for the kids ages ten five two and one leeks thanks seven the US military just confirming an American service members killed in combat in Afghanistan the seventeenth this year no details yet on the incident peace talks with the Taliban recently collapsing and president trump has pledged to continue hitting the Taliban hard US defense officials as the military has not been ordered to draw down troops oil prices are soaring up more than eleven percent actually now of more than fourteen percent after we get a tax on oil plants as Saudi Arabia which is blaming Iran talks is on an island has this live Lisa the Saudi ministry saying it believes Iranian weapons were used in Saturday's attack although it says the location they were launched from is still unknown energy secretary Rick Harry is also blading around this was a deliberate attack on the global economy did you run is denying involvement time die lies all coming to it side Russia and China warning against hasty conclusions meantime Simon US officials are telling fox news the drones and cruise missiles that hit Saudi Arabia were fired from Iran right now oil prices are over sixty two dollars.

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"For a missing mom on the subreddit fox news investigators just confirming the mother is dead and her young children have not been found fox's Evan brown is following this live from Miami I at least of the family of thirty two year old Casey Jones of Ocala Florida say they haven't seen or heard from the woman or her four kids in about six weeks and now police outside Brunswick Georgia say they've found her body they're also questioning her husband thirty eight year old Michael Wayne Jones junior who already has a warrant for his arrest for murder back in Florida and they are still looking for the kids ages ten five two and one Lisa thanks seven the US military just confirming an American service member killed in combat in Afghanistan the seventeenth this year no details yet on the incident peace talks with the Taliban recently collapsing and president trump has pledged to continue hitting the Taliban hard US defense officials as the military has not been ordered to draw down troops oil prices are soaring up more than eleven percent actually now of more than fourteen percent after weekend attacks on oil plants in Saudi Arabia which is blaming Iran fox to son Elon has this live Lisa the Saudi ministry saying it believes Iranian weapons were used in Saturday's attack although it says the location they would launch trump is still unknown energy secretary Rick Perry is also blading around this was a deliberate attack on the global economy the run is denying involvement Tendai Lysol coming to it site Russia and China warning against hasty conclusions meantime Simon US officials are telling fox news the drones and cruise missiles that hit Saudi Arabia were fired from Iran right now oil prices are over sixty two.

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Thanks again to the search for a missing mom on the separate a fox news investigators just confirming the mother is dead and her young children have not been found fox seven brown is following this live from Miami I at least of the family of thirty two year old Casey Jones of Ocala Florida say they haven't seen or heard from the woman or her four kids in about six weeks and now police outside Brunswick Georgia say they've found her body they're also questioning her husband thirty eight year old Michael Wayne Jones junior who already has a warrant for his arrest for murder back in Florida and they are still looking for the kids ages ten five two and one leeks thanks seven the US military just confirming an American service members killed in combat in Afghanistan the seventeenth this year no details yet on the incident peace talks with the Taliban recently collapsing and president trump has pledged to continue fighting the Taliban hard a US defense officials as the military has not been ordered to draw down troops oil prices are soaring up more than eleven percent actually now of more than fourteen percent after weekend attacks on oil plants as Saudi Arabia which is blaming Iran fox's Sunday no one has this live Lisa the Saudi ministry saying it believes Iranian weapons were used in Saturday's attack although it says the location they were launched from a still unknown energy secretary Rick Terry is also playing around this was a deliberate attack on the global economy did you run is denying involvement time dot lights are coming to it side Russia and China warning against hasty conclusions Lisa meantime Simon US officials are telling fox news the drones and cruise missiles that hit Saudi Arabia were fired from Iran right now oil prices are over sixty two dollars a barrel..

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Dobbs became plentiful waltz says on once you right in you've had pretty much set for life by twenty sixteen two-thirds of employed Saudis worked in the public sector, according to the Saudi ministry of labor, counting young with make an Enterprise Institute in Washington DC says Saudis came to expect government jobs as well as cheap subsidized fuel water and electricity for the jobs. They didn't want to do like cleaning construction work and sales jobs. They brought in foreign workers. And so by asking foreigners to come in and do lower-wage menial work. Saudis haven't had to do that kind of work, and that's true in a not of African countries like the US, but here's the thing with basing your entire economy on oil. There's only so much of it and market prices. Go up and down the Saudi population has also been growing. So it costs more to provide the same level of assistance. So the government took the step to say, okay, we're going to reduce subsidies, especially on electric city in water and fuel carrying young again. And we're also going to implement a value added tax of five percent tax on everything you buy. And so this has been a real shift in the way that you know, we think about the relationship between citizen and the state what's expected what you get in return. And Jane, Kenan Mon who has studied the Saudi economy on politics for the past fifteen years says the government didn't stop. There is started a campaign to tell Saudis. Hey, menial jobs are both jobs ten years ago. You hard labor minister. Saudi Arabia being photographed flipping burgers because they wanted to send a message menial jobs actually could be a source of pride older Saudis grumbled, but younger Saudis, especially women embraced some of these jobs. That's good. Until seven years ago when the laws change women had to get permission from a male relative to work in retail job back at the mall with my government mind. Their miss stop at Victoria's Secret store. No, scantily clad mannequins in the windows. They're in modest pajamas before even lingerie shops had all male staff mostly foreign workers. Now, the staff are all Saudi women. Am Suji is getting ready for his shift. She's an English major at the university. And in the evenings. She works at the storm. She's been on the job for Jan Jehan says even though she didn't need father's permission to work here. He was resistant two weeks after she started her job. He showed up at the store. He can surprise for me with woollen took you do having -til is men here. No is affordable. Yes. There was Jehanzeb father at Victoria's Secret. Taking out the store making sure his daughter worked in the respectable environment. Roche is not interacting with men. Did you feel about that? But you. Fun. But but he do what's happened to I've been doing anything wrong. Jehan says she was shocked, but explained to him that everything was fine that offer colleagues on women, even her bones. Yeah. Took Doohan doesn't plan to stay in this job for no she wants to start her own company. She says she's seen more and more Saudi women entrepreneurs, and they inspire her these jobs sending Andrei I'm popcorn they might not seem like it beak deal. But to the Saudi government the part of a plan to transform the economy because at the end of that they jobs keep people occupied says, author an wall. You don't want a lot of unemployed people sitting around because that breeds discontent, and it will breed political instability a month. Thanks for sure. The crown prince I don't want that for the world sharing Jafari Riyadh tomorrow. We'll hear about efforts to boost tourism to Saudi Arabia, and why the kingdom is eager to attract more visitors from around the globe. None of that nuclear story. We mentioned earlier about concerns over the potential sale of nuclear power technology with the Saudis, a new report from the house oversight. Mitty says that senior officials in the Trump campaign and Trump administration pushed for that sail that their efforts may have violated the government's own legal and ethical advice and the deal isn't dead yet. President Trump met with executives from a business consortium just last week..

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on KCRW

"To think there might be oil in Saudi Arabia, Ellen are walled is the author of Saudi Inc. About the history of Saudi Arabia's oil industry. The British actually thought there might be and did a little survey work and concluded that. Nope. Saudi Arabia didn't have any oil face palm of the century. Oil in commercial quantities have been brought in completely transformed. Not just the Saudi economy, but also Saudi society, the government began selling that oil and money started to pour in the government was making a lot of money from oil, and they were using that both to develop their country, but they were also employing a lot of people cushy government jobs became plentiful waltz says an wants you write in you are pretty much set for life by twenty sixteen two-thirds of employed Saudis walked in the public sector, according to the Saudi ministry of labor carrying young with the American Enterprise Institute in Washington DC says Saudis came to expect government jobs as well as cheap subsidized fuel water and electricity for the jobs. They didn't wanna do like cleaning construction work and sales jobs. They brought in foreign workers. And so by asking foreigners to come in and do lower-wage menial work. Saudis haven't had to do that kind of work, and that's true in a lot of African countries like the US, but here's the thing with basing your entire economy on oil. There's only so much of it and market prices. Go up and down the Saudi population has also been growing. So it costs more to provide the same level of assistance. So the government took the step to say, okay, we're going to reduce subsidies, especially on electric city and water and fuel carrying young again. And we're also going to implement a value added tax of five percent tax on everything you buy. And so this has been a real shift in the way that we think about the relationship between citizen and the state what's expected, and what you get in return. And Jane, Kenan Mon who's studied the Saudi economy on politics for the past fifteen years says the government didn't stop there. It started a campaign to tell Saudis. Hey, menial jobs are well jobs ten years ago. You had the labor minister soda. The Arabia being photographed flipping burgers because they wanted to send a message that menial jobs actually could be a sources trade older Saudis grumbled, but younger Saudis, especially women embraced some.

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Been completely transformed. Not just the Saudi economy, but also Saudi society, the government began selling that oil and money started to pour in the government was making a lot of money from oil, and they were using that both to develop their country, but they were also employing a lot of people cushy government jobs became plentiful, Walt says and once you right in you pretty much set for life by twenty sixteen two-thirds of employed Saudis walked in the public sector, according to the Saudi ministry or flavor carrying young with the American Enterprise Institute in Washington DC says Saudis came to expect government jobs as well as cheap subsidized fuel water and electricity for the jobs. They didn't want to do like cleaning construction work and sales jobs. They brought in foreign workers. And so by asking for years to come in and do lower-wage menial work Saudis haven't had to do that kind of work. And that's true in a lot of African countries like the US, but here's the thing with basing your entire economy on oil. There's only so much of it and market prices. Go up and down the Saudi population has also been growing. So it costs more to provide the same level of assistance. So the government took the step to say, okay, we're going to reduce subsidies, especially on electricity and water and fuel carrying young again. And we're also going to implement a value added tax of five percent tax on everything you buy into. This has been a real shift in the way that we think about the relationship between citizen and the state what's expected, and what you get in return. And Jane, Kenan Mon who has studied Saudi economy and politics for the past fifteen years says the government didn't stop there. It started a campaign to tell Saudis. Hey, menial jobs are well jobs ten years ago. You had to labor minister Saudi Arabia being photographed slipping. Burglaries because they wanted to send a message that menial jobs actually could be a sources trade all their Saudis grumbled, but younger Saudis, especially women in braced some of these.

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"saudi ministry" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"saudi ministry" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"Saudi influence that we need to kind of unpack and understand that sometimes it has a lot to do with the strength of the religious sector within that country and the extent to which the government in that country regulates religion, sometimes it has to do with the kind of demographic equation in that country. You know, so in countries where you already have latent social conflicts that maybe have a sectarian dimension the entering of the Saudi factor at fuels, the fire and generates it with respect to kind of who's doing the influence and the control of this again it widely varies there are some countries where you have representatives of the Saudi ministry of Slavic affairs who are affectively assigned to the foreign ministry and based in Saudi embassies in those countries who go around providing funding doling out money for mosque building. With the understanding that certain kinds of texts will be also provided you have other places where there's just a direct grant from Saudi Arabia to. A local religious organization, but this then brings in this point that you raised about kind of how this relationship gets mediated from country to country. It's not always a simple equation or a linear case of Saudi influence being sent from Riyadh arriving in country and reconfiguring religion in that country, the Saudis have to contend with reality that there are local actors on the ground that have the capacity to receive and adapt those influences, so what gets sent from Saudi Arabia is not necessarily always what arrives and plays out on the ground. In some cases, you know, we've seen evidence that in some countries the demand signal actually comes from the country that ultimately receives the money rather than the Saudis deciding to target a particular country. So it's a much more complex process than the conventional discussion of this phenomenon. Often makes it out to be. Oftentimes, there is this kind of narrative trope. Where you see pictures and from Indonesia ghanistan in the nineteen forties or fifties. And people are like wearing mini skirts. And then people try to explain how is it that certain cultures. Societies have become more conservative and the Saudis generally have provided a very easy answer, a very simplistic and problematic one where people say, oh, it's external oil money from the Gulf. And that's what fundamentally transform these cultures as Peter said, it can be in some cases of contributing factor. But it takes to detangle ear and clearly enough people in various receiving countries find this more conservative or literalist approach to a slum appealing. So the Saudis were coming with something or Saudi organizations or individuals were coming with something that was completely uninteresting unappealing to target audiences then it wouldn't work. But the fact is there is a demand side to this equation. And for a variety of reasons, some peop-. People do find the more conservative interpretations associated with the Saudis to be compelling, and it's also coincides with a period starting in the seventies going into the nineties and two thousands where we generally see a conservative religious revival in various countries, and that has its own there's a number of factors, and we can't just say well, the bad Saudis came in. There was a pristine pure, pluralistic culture. And if only we could go back to a time, so we have to be very careful about avoiding that kind of narrative, and we're kind of drifting into the realm of just kind of talking about the spread of religious influence more generally in society to bring it back to the question of foreign policy, which is at the heart of our paper ending the best way to understand this as an instrument of Saudi foreign policy is too. I recognize that as we already mentioned there, these various Saudi entities and organizations that do this kind of work around the world, but the Saudi government through its over. Site and regulatory mechanisms kind of has the ability to turn the faucet on and off in the sense of making it more and less difficult for Saudi organizations to spread religious influence abroad. And when you look historically at the patterns around the turning on and off the faucet, you begin to see that they coincide with Saudi geopolitical objectives and agendas during particular historical periods..

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Saudi crown prince expected to speak amid Khashoggi scandal

WBZ Morning News

01:02 min | 4 years ago

Saudi crown prince expected to speak amid Khashoggi scandal

"And said the United States would not tolerate it. We have identified at least some of the individuals responsible, including those in the intelligence services, the Royal court, the foreign ministry and other Saudi ministries who we suspect. To have been involved in Mr. Khashoggi's, death, and while Pompeo says the United States intends to hold those responsible accountable. We continue to maintain a strong partnership with the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Neither the

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