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"sebastian coots" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on KQED Radio

"County will close drive thru voting at nine out of 10 locations. The county will still have 800 walk in polling locations available. This is NPR news from Washington. Hurricane ADA is nearing landfall along the coast of Nicaragua as a major category four storm with the potential to cause catastrophic damage. Its top sustained winds are 150 MPH this morning. Thousands of people along coastal Nicaragua and Honduras were moved inland ahead of ADA. Forecasters say the hurricane will likely caused widespread flooding and mudslides from the expected 15 to 25 inches of rainfall. Eastern Guatemala is also expected to see heavy rains. ADA is the 28th named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season that ties the record set in 2005. Police in Austria are linking a deadly shooting in Vienna Toe Isis. Four people were killed and at least 17 others wounded before officers shot and killed a suspect. Some of the wounded were critically injured. Is Carrie squiring reports. Police are looking for others who may have been involved in that attack. Around eight PM local time. Heavily armed gunmen began shooting indiscriminately in the narrow and busy streets around Vienna's main synagogue. The attacks came as many Viennese enjoyed a night out at local cafes and restaurants ahead of a covert related curfew beginning at midnight. Police say one of the Attackers has been identified as a radicalized person connected to the Islamic state Organization. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Coot called the shootings a despicable terrorist attack for NPR news. I'm.

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"sebastian coots" Discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

10:23 min | 1 year ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on Inside Europe

"Airlines are facing higher fuel bills as they reroute flights to avoid airspace over Iran and Iraq. That's due to heightened tensions between Washington awesome and Tehran and the dining over Ukrainian jet shortly after takeoff from Tehran on Wednesday. Alex mature is an aviation industry analyst based in Spain. Hello Alex Wchs Halicki so this adds further financial pressure to an industry already. Dealing with the grinding of Boeing. Seven three seven Max jets. Yes it does this. This is more difficulty that the industry is now facing. And of course it does involve a Boeing at Croft. I think we need to make an important differentiation. Between between the two of us. The very high profile sufferings of the Boeing seven thirty-seven Max are exempt from this accident. They are not related. Talk Given at the seventy seven. Max is still grounded worldwide. This accident involved a regular. If you like normal Boeing seven three seven and G. It's actually a very young aircraft. Just three years old delivered to Ukraine International Airlines in two thousand and sixteen and ultimately this is an aircraft the the airlines say that they were very proud to fly so it is an unusual accident especially given that we know very little as to what is exactly happened now. This decision to avoid airspace. Nice over a conflict zone. I mean this kind of decision of nasty taken a very short notice other usually some kind of a plan B in in place that can be just you. You put into action some kind of emergency logistics planned well. The Middle East is quite used to out of every other region. I would say what used to having into making last minute alterations to do with s base access and that is because of the ongoing tensions that have occurred between various Middle Eastern countries or go F- states for example for over the last decade. But normally it comes from a higher level when I say that because we would expect the FAA to the Federal Aviation Administration in the US. All all your Sir here in Europe the European Aviation Safety Agency to make that announcement to ultimately dictate to the world's airlines or to at least the regional airlines so for example Europe or in the US as to where they can fly safely over specific region now in this come starts given the tensions between the US and Iran only the FAA have announced a no town which is a notice flight crew to state that no US activity. Tippety can commence over the Gulf waters over this area of the Middle East. Europe have not replicated that no town meaning that for European airlines it. It is up to each airline where wanting to fly up to their own risk assessments. And that's why as we speak. Currently there are a variety of airlines ends who have chosen not to fly over Iran and Iraq and that is purely that decision and there are still quite a few airlines that are continuing with business as usual routes over Iraq Tehran and specifically over Baghdad. So we're in this area now that it's truly up to each airline a situation like this must play a huge amount of extra stress on the air traffic controllers it does add traffic controllers of couse have to remain as alert as ever especially given that when the tensions were at at some of the highest points earlier. This week we had British Airways at Croft making sudden u-turn if you like in the air just as they were minutes away from entering rockiest space hey turned around. And that's again goes to show the last minute nature of this and the constant assessment as to whether or not it is safe to fly to be honest. This is really a little bit nervous with all these rerouting and you turns. I mean aren't skies more crowded because of this the skies are not necessarily more crowded but there is if you like a new Conga line and we call it the Congo Line because normally you would expect to see depending on what time of the date is a stream of aircraft backtracking up towards the north and into Europe from Asia across Iraq and vice versa. When the time swaps swaps? And they're all going back down to the Middle East Asia for most airlines. That line has now moved in. They are taking a more northerly route above Azerbaijan and areas like this to avoid Iraq Iran as space and this does create uncertainty for passengers because it leaves passengers wondering why is it. Safe to continue to fly Over Iran and Iraq on Middle Eastern carrier for example but not safe for Turkish Airlines. And this is this. Uncertainty wave has now already been triggered as Airlines take the decision into their own hands. Are we seeing delays. Because of this currently there are no delays but there are a variety of airlines that have outright suspended suspended all routes either to Iraq Iran or both and of course that does impact a lot of passengers who are either trying to leave Iraq Iran. Or they're trying to to get that. Okay Alex thank you very much. Thank you Alex. Mature Aviation analyst speaking to me on Thursday from Spain from the studios of Germany's international international broadcaster. DFW This is inside Europe still to come. How segregated schools are perpetuating the ethnic Mike Divide in Bosnia twenty five years after the war their chain importer the Marina Velka Johnstone on the system causes his hatred? You're brought up being taught the others are no good and you don't spend a single our learning about their culture beliefs or values since you don't know anything anything about them that only results in hate. That report is on the way and we'll go to Austria in just a moment. I'm Keith Walker in Bonn Germany. You're listening to inside Europe In Australia's new coalition government of Conservatives and Greens was sworn in this week. It's really a dramatic shift from the previous. CBS Coalition of Conservatives and the far right that government collapsed spring. You may remember following a scandal in the far right freedom. Party Kerry skyring reports from Vienna on a new pragmatic partnership. Sebastian coots is back in the top Job Australian chancellor for a second time after the dramatic downfall of his coalition with the Freedom Party emerging from that debacle unscathed. He went on to increase. His party's voted last September's election but falling short of the majority needed a partner. He ruled out the Freedom Party. While the centre-left Social Democrats wanted nothing to do with him step for the Greens their leader is Vana. Koga and Sebastian Kurz is trying to convince the sceptics. This marriage of convenience cam work in Sofia. Advice does remitting tools for handling and beginning. It was clear that we should begin. Coalition talks with the Greens and honestly after months of talks. I'm very positive. The standard of the negotiations with Kogler was good good. I'm very satisfied with the program. We have agreed. And I'm convinced it's good for our country. Australian coalitions have a record of collapsing when the partners begin squabbling over a policy and irreconcilable differences emerge cooks and his conservatives campaigned on reducing taxes and remaining tough on immigration. The Greens campaigned on spending more especially on the environment and soft immigration policies. Skeptics said these would never get together but after months of talks they sealed. The pact run out heinisch political scientist at Salzburg. University says the key is in the prenuptial agreement. This coalition is trying to do it differently friendly by saying well we have things. You don't like you have things that we don't like it so let's give each other. We absolutely have to have since. We're the stronger throwing a party to conservatives. If we get a lot more that you get and then consider the alternative. The alternative would be new elections or minority government or a coalition official data Sula Green perspective lot less attractive both sides of compromised the Conservatives control the powerful finance interior and foreign ministries the Greens might be the junior partner but they control a super ministry combining environment transport infrastructure and energy new Vice Chancellor Vanna Kogler is signaling change escaped an s antics rich meter yesterday for the first step in our first reforms would be modest but definite and as a consequence flying will become more expensive that's in the medium term and by the way train travel will become cheaper very cheap in fact unlimited rail travel travel for three euros a day. This is the first time in a national government for the Australian Greens although they have some experience in regional governments across Europe only only Sweden and Finland have Greens in their coalitions but in both cases with the centre-left Social Democrats according to reinhold Heinisch with climate and environmental issues attracting more voters. The green trend is likely to continue. This could create a new model. That would be also attractive. Could be emulated in Germany and it would establish the Greens if it works out as about a fee day Left of center government party in another first for an Australian government a majority of the ministries are controlled by women. Carry Skyring D. W. Vienna coming in just a moment that report I promise you how segregated schools rules are perpetuating the ethnic divide in Bosnia twenty five years after the war over chain in Puerto Rico. Menelik Johnstone on the system. Kim Causes Hatred. You're brought up being taught. The others are no good. And you don't spend a single our learning about their culture beliefs or values since you don't now anything about them that only results in hate vava report coming up and less than.

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"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I wanted to introduce, Sandra. Kilhof. Thank you. Matt. Good morning. At least two people have been killed after a man armed with knives. Attacked school, children and adults at a bus stop, that side take care, according to booed, Kosta NHK. At least nineteen people were wounded including thirteen children. The police also say the attack died after slashing his throat his identity and motives note yet nine Austrian chancellor Sebastian coots has been ousted just one day after surging to victory. In European elections. General is June September and his opponents hyping that outs of power, they can serve to wound akin to be as successful. But quits has already started his campaign to take back the chance early. We will fight for this part of the people because today the parliament decided, but at the end of the day in September the people will decide that I'm looking forward to that. Emmanuel McColl had said he would do everything to make sure his party finished ahead of nationalist marine Le Pen, but it's playing bags Gregory viscosity explains. The French president's lost might not be so bad. His party was only a point behind. He still has a solid majority of the French parliament's it puppy was parties didn't do as well across Europe is expected giving him plenty of allies to work with in Brussels in Paris. Gregory Davis, Cousy, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And German Chancellor Angela Merkel has gotten a reprieve has her unsteady coalition has postponed to showdown of leadership, the CD and PD performed badly in the U at actions, but by policies on NAFTA thing on state votes, this full, so now Mexa tension is securing Gemini at Toby jobs, like president of the European Commission. One things we belong to different parts of groups within the grind coalition. It is, of course, important that we agree on further procedure, both by the groups, the union and the social.

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"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio dot com and iheartradio apps and bloombergradio dot com. Bloomberg the world is listening from the financial capital of the world twenty four hours a day. Bloomberg dot com on the Bloomberg business app and tick tock on Twitter. This is Bloomberg radio. This is Bloomberg daybreak Europe. For this Tuesday, the twenty eighth of may in London and Berlin coming up this hour budget, backlash Italian bond yields climb after Bloomberg reports. The EU is considering a four billion dollar penalty for Rome over its failure to rein in debt, delaying a deal. President Trump says the US is not ready to make a deal with China and repeats his threat to further increased tariffs. At these two people have been killed in a knife attack outside, Tokyo, and ousted Austrian chancellor Sebastian coots, kicks off his campaign to return to power. I'm Sandra Kilhof with world news and passing the hat Alibaba ways raising twenty billion dollars a Hong Kong listing. Meanwhile in Europe, Deutsche Bank considers another investor Cashcall as it overhauls operations again. That's all straight ahead. On Bloomberg daybreak Europe on digital radio London, Bloomberg. Doug eleven three oh, New York, Bloomberg ninety nine one Washington DC, Bloomberg one six one Boston. Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco, sirus XM channel one nineteen and around the world on bloombergradio dot com and five. The bloomberg. Good morning from the German capital. Berlin, I'm Matt Miller. You're listening to daybreak Europe on London. DAV digital radio. Quick check of.

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"sebastian coots" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Hello and welcome to the intelligence on economist radio. I'm your host Jason Palmer every weekday. We provide a fresh perspective on the events. Shaping your world. Tech billionaires have an unusual preoccupation with space travel. Jeff bezos. The boss of Amazon recently spoke of housing millions of people in spinning space, outposts sounds expensive just maybe though, the resources beyond earth will make it worthwhile. After all, if there's one thing space has its space. And a stark warning for American fans of the avocado supply is tightening. Price volatility is up avocado based brunches. So famously beloved of millennials could be well toast. But I. Just a few weeks ago. Things were looking rosy for Austrian politician, Heinz, Christian stock. Mr. struck has hard, right. Freedom Party had been ruling in a governing coalition and he was the country's vice chancellor and heads. The his- at a campaign event for the upcoming European elections. He spoke from a beer tent about some of his favorite themes must see fit into human, and I'm. With a beer glass in front of him. He railed against immigration saying it causes massive development failures. He said, natives or ancestral, people becoming a minority in Austria, that the country, did not want is limitation. Now his career has taken a nosedive. He was seen in video. It was a sting was filmed covertly in twenty seventeen and it's all happening beef or so. It's become known as the beef scandal. He's discussing the possibility of illegal donations from woman who claims to be the niece of a Russian oligarch Emiko Voy is a senior editor of the economist, and was recently reporting in Austria. And there was also some of the rubber dunk stuff about controlling the media in this being part of a deal in return, the state contracts in the wake of the scandal. The Austrian chancellor Sebastian coots dissolved the coalition government by calling for elections in September. The government has fallen apart effectively. It has. Collapsed because the Freedom Party was the minority party propping up the conservative party in government in Austria. So the Israeli government that is now having to go forward to hold new elections. And we'll see what happens then. So this, right. Wing party. That was propping up. The coalition government has now got itself into some very visible trouble what happens now. The interesting thing about story is that you had is very charismatic young leaders best in courts, taking over one of those traditional parties Austrian conservatives, typically, these are the kind of policies having difficulty at the moment and having these populist challenges across Europe. Would he did reach out to the Freedom Party, which is pretty hard core is much better to bring these guys into government? We can sort out things to the satisfaction of the broad centre-right and further. Right. The problem now is that has been up Salih torn asunder to presumably in the forthcoming. Elections than the Freedom Party this far right? Party will do extremely poorly, and perhaps, the, the conservative party will get an outright majority. I think it's quite difficult for conservatives to get that, right. Majority struggled for years, but was needed coalition partners, the Freedom Party. We simply don't know you would say, wouldn't you, this is one of the great pratfalls of political drama, in Europe, but let's not forget, they do have a very strong base very strong in certain parts of Austria, and also Australia, bit defiant, and often when they find that they've got a leader, whatever their political taste, the basal leader under pressure as often stood very firm. It's not absolutely clear that being hugely embarrassed once figure is gone destroys your vote Sebastian could However, I think, will not want to go back into a coalition with these guys really has had his fingers bird. And what about beyond Austria as we head into the European parliamentary elections, will this story have resonance for all of those people thinking? About other populist right-wing hard line parties. I think the kind of nuanced populism that's to in courts represents still has a lotta vote here across Europe. And don't think it's on the way, the European elections of probably getting to suggest that what does it mean it means coming up with solutions of possible solutions to immigration and asylum crises, which you, usually about keeping the people who want to come quite a long way from Europe's borders, and particularly the borders of its inner state. So it can mean trying to do deals to keep them just at the edge of the broader e you. But I think that way of taking some of the language of hatred and stripping away, leaving that to the fall reut was same time, you preach pragmatism, but you really try to clamp down on the numbers coming in. I do think that is the politics. The is gaining in salience across Europe. That election to the European parliament begins tomorrow with all twenty eight European countries. Voting over three days. In the five years since the last elections, nationalist parties like Austria's, Freedom, Party have seen their fortunes rise. But one feature of the last few years in Europe has been the growth of extreme parties on the right. And, and on the left particularly on the right. I suppose Chris Lockwood is economists Europe editor you see in Italy, the Northern League Lega becoming a much more powerful force in politics, you see in Spain, the rise of this small new, vox party in Poland shift to the conservative party of law, and Justice, and so on, and so forth. So it's to be expected in these elections that you will see a bit of a tilt in the European parliament towards the far. Right. Does that mean that the sort of overall tilt of the parliament itself will we'll be to the right? Do you think I think this has been rather exaggerated? If you take the combined forces of what you could call the nationalist right if you define those parties as being one. That are outside of the mainstream existing parties. I wouldn't expect them to gain more than forty or fifty or maybe sixty seats which is a sizable number. But remember that the European parliament is seven hundred fifty one strong. You say this rise in the sort of extreme parties, isn't quite so worrisome as, as some might think. But I mean, do you think it's election kind of takes the temperature of the, the you as a whole? Well, that's a very interesting question. I don't want to underestimate what's going on here, you are seeing forces that previously were not in mainstream politics, taking bigger rose in national parliaments, and bigger roles in the European parliament. So that does matter because it also requires the parties, particularly on the center right shifting a bit to the right in order to fend off that challenge. So, so there is an impact, and it's a response to a number of things one, the continued depression of wages and the hangover from the European Europe. Crisis of two thousand and ten to eleven and before that the worldwide credit crunch of two thousand eight hundred words the fact that Europe did receive an enormous number of migrants coming out of the Middle East, and that's led to a tremendous backlash in quite a number of countries. So these are genuine things that are genuinely happening in their, they're shifting politics to certain extent in a right with direction. So does it seem to you, then that people are kind of losing faith in the EU as an institution? No. It didn't think so actually, if you look at all the polling, it suggests that support for the EU is rather high levels. Of course, it went down during the economic crises pass those not the economies are in a fantastic state, but economic growth is returned unemployment has come down. And of course, you have the experiment of Britain Britain vertically leave the EU and has got himself into a tremendous mess ever since not able to decide quite what the mechanism for leaving would be. Be not being able to form a consensus on when and how to do it. And as a result every other country where there have been. Exit type movements of old hundred around. Maybe it isn't such a great idea. So the fascinating thing is that despite all of the problems that Europe's been through maybe even because of them because it was seemed to have just about survived them. People have come back to thinking, well, maybe this organization isn't so bad after Chris, thank you very much for your time. You're welcome. The

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Freedom Party, Europe And Austria discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:01 min | 2 years ago

Freedom Party, Europe And Austria discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Just a few weeks ago. Things were looking rosy for Austrian politician, Heinz, Christian stock. Mr. struck has hard, right. Freedom Party had been ruling in a governing coalition and he was the country's vice chancellor and heads. The his- at a campaign event for the upcoming European elections. He spoke from a beer tent about some of his favorite themes must see fit into human, and I'm. With a beer glass in front of him. He railed against immigration saying it causes massive development failures. He said, natives or ancestral, people becoming a minority in Austria, that the country, did not want is limitation. Now his career has taken a nosedive. He was seen in video. It was a sting was filmed covertly in twenty seventeen and it's all happening beef or so. It's become known as the beef scandal. He's discussing the possibility of illegal donations from woman who claims to be the niece of a Russian oligarch Emiko Voy is a senior editor of the economist, and was recently reporting in Austria. And there was also some of the rubber dunk stuff about controlling the media in this being part of a deal in return, the state contracts in the wake of the scandal. The Austrian chancellor Sebastian coots dissolved the coalition government by calling for elections in September. The government has fallen apart effectively. It has. Collapsed because the Freedom Party was the minority party propping up the conservative party in government in Austria. So the Israeli government that is now having to go forward to hold new elections. And we'll see what happens then. So this, right. Wing party. That was propping up. The coalition government has now got itself into some very visible trouble what happens now. The interesting thing about story is that you had is very charismatic young leaders best in courts, taking over one of those traditional parties Austrian conservatives, typically, these are the kind of policies having difficulty at the moment and having these populist challenges across Europe. Would he did reach out to the Freedom Party, which is pretty hard core is much better to bring these guys into government? We can sort out things to the satisfaction of the broad centre-right and further. Right. The problem now is that has been up Salih torn asunder to presumably in the forthcoming. Elections than the Freedom Party this far right? Party will do extremely poorly, and perhaps, the, the conservative party will get an outright majority. I think it's quite difficult for conservatives to get that, right. Majority struggled for years, but was needed coalition partners, the Freedom Party. We simply don't know you would say, wouldn't you, this is one of the great pratfalls of political drama, in Europe, but let's not forget, they do have a very strong base very strong in certain parts of Austria, and also Australia, bit defiant, and often when they find that they've got a leader, whatever their political taste, the basal leader under pressure as often stood very firm. It's not absolutely clear that being hugely embarrassed once figure is gone destroys your vote Sebastian could However, I think, will not want to go back into a coalition with these guys really has had his fingers bird. And what about beyond Austria as we head into the European parliamentary elections, will this story have resonance for all of those people thinking? About other populist right-wing hard line parties. I think the kind of nuanced populism that's to in courts represents still has a lotta vote here across Europe. And don't think it's on the way, the European elections of probably getting to suggest that what does it mean it means coming up with solutions of possible solutions to immigration and asylum crises, which you, usually about keeping the people who want to come quite a long way from Europe's borders, and particularly the borders of its inner state. So it can mean trying to do deals to keep them just at the edge of the broader e you. But I think that way of taking some of the language of hatred and stripping away, leaving that to the fall reut was same time, you preach pragmatism, but you really try to clamp down on the numbers coming in. I do think that is the politics. The is gaining in salience across Europe. That election to the European parliament begins tomorrow with all twenty eight European countries. Voting over three days. In the five years since the last elections, nationalist parties like Austria's, Freedom, Party have seen their fortunes rise. But one feature of the last few years in Europe has been the growth of extreme parties on the right. And, and on the left particularly on the right. I suppose Chris Lockwood is economists Europe editor you see in Italy, the Northern League Lega becoming a much more powerful force in politics, you see in Spain, the rise of this small new, vox party in Poland shift to the conservative party of law, and Justice, and so on, and so forth. So it's to be expected in these elections that you will see a bit of a tilt in the European parliament towards the far. Right. Does that mean that the sort of overall tilt of the parliament itself will we'll be to the right? Do you think I think this has been rather exaggerated? If you take the combined forces of what you could call the nationalist right if you define those parties as being one. That are outside of the mainstream existing parties. I wouldn't expect them to gain more than forty or fifty or maybe sixty seats which is a sizable number. But remember that the European parliament is seven hundred fifty one strong. You say this rise in the sort of extreme parties, isn't quite so worrisome as, as some might think. But I mean, do you think it's election kind of takes the temperature of the, the you as a whole? Well, that's a very interesting question. I don't want to underestimate what's going on here, you are seeing forces that previously were not in mainstream politics, taking bigger rose in national parliaments, and bigger roles in the European parliament. So that does matter because it also requires the parties, particularly on the center right shifting a bit to the right in order to fend off that challenge. So, so there is an impact, and it's a response to a number of things one, the continued depression of wages and the hangover from the European Europe. Crisis of two thousand and ten to eleven and before that the worldwide credit crunch of two thousand eight hundred words the fact that Europe did receive an enormous number of migrants coming out of the Middle East, and that's led to a tremendous backlash in quite a number of countries. So these are genuine things that are genuinely happening in their, they're shifting politics to certain extent in a right with direction. So does it seem to you, then that people are kind of losing faith in the EU as an institution? No. It didn't think so actually, if you look at all the polling, it suggests that support for the EU is rather high levels. Of course, it went down during the economic crises pass those not the economies are in a fantastic state, but economic growth is returned unemployment has come down. And of course, you have the experiment of Britain Britain vertically leave the EU and has got himself into a tremendous mess ever since not able to decide quite what the mechanism for leaving would be. Be not being able to form a consensus on when and how to do it. And as a result every other country where there have been. Exit type movements of old hundred around. Maybe it isn't such a great idea. So the fascinating thing is that despite all of the problems that Europe's been through maybe even because of them because it was seemed to have just about survived them. People have come back to thinking, well, maybe this organization isn't so bad after Chris, thank you very much for your

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Bethany Bell, Sebastian Coots And Chancellor discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Bethany Bell, Sebastian Coots And Chancellor discussed on Morning Edition

"And the Austrian chancellor Sebastian coots is to face a no confidence vote in parliament following a corruption scandal and the collapse of his right-wing coalition. His fullness partners the fall, right? Freedom Party withdrew from government on Monday after Mr. coulds cold for the sacking of one of the cabinet members Bethany bell is all correspondent in Vienna. And she joins me live from them. Maybe you could remind us Bethany of that video sting that began the whole crisis. Well,

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"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We have youths and European futures. Gaining a little bit of ground. Stocks in Asia were mixed over from the US overnight was negative civic. There's plenty over four percents darker reality suddenly, but now's of cautious optimism returning through some of the highlights here looking at stocks in China pushing up one point three percents. Limit outside out the Nikkei the ASX two hundred in Australia. Two percent in currencies. We've got the Bloomberg dollar index making a dent in the majors at the moment. The one percent fire that is, of course, weighing in on some of the other key pairs. Your dollar is at one eleven forty seven dollar yen is up a tenth of one percent cable coming onto a one twenty seven eleven watch out for the Ozzy once against governor low, but she the AUSSIE. Down have what percent commodities Brent? Crude is focused once against the building on the gains overnight up three tenths of one percent. We are Sepe two dollars in nineteen cents barrel. Gold, of course, little pressure, because of the stroke of greenbacks were down a little bit on that trade US European equity fuses as mature are little bit higher. And US yields are Hubbard now a basis point higher point. Four two that will give you a bit of a flavor of what is happening in these markets that spoil. So get used some of the other news around the world with. Good morning Yussef. The Trump administration has moved to block foam accountable. Don Mcgann from testifying to congress today. It's broad immunity to testimony requirements, as Democrats investigate efforts to cut the Russia inquiry. Emmanuel Mackel has reiterated his cool for unity in Europe, in order to face up to China, Russia and the US it comes as the president's party faces a tight race with nationalist marine Le Pen in Sunday's European elections. All ministers from Australia's fall, right? Freedom Party have resigned after the chancellor dismissed the party's interior minister habit, Kiko was forced out after the FBI's leader was filmed, offering government contracts for campaign funds. Chancellor Sebastian coots will now appoint technocrats, and senior civil servants to replace the ministers, and is it a plane or flying snout? No, it's a team of sniffer Dryden's the super drones are about to stop policing the skies of some of the world's busiest shipping poets in order to detect ship emissions, this poets and four new environmental regulations. Aimed at cutting edge pollution. Today on tick tock onto a type powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts the one hundred twenty countries. I'm Sandra Kilhof. This is Bloomberg. Yussef. Let's turn now to the fed. Powell says, leverage lending doesn't represent a current threat to the financial system. He admits there are similarities to the mortgage industry in the run up to the subprime crisis that says economies, much better shielded condition. No, he also discussed the possibility of using an inflation range instead of a single two percent target. Now that sound Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta prejudice Pesident, Rafael Bostick echoed, Powell's comments. He's paying to Bloomberg's Mike Mckee an Amelia Island in Florida, saying that he doesn't see eight move likely in any one direction having listened economy is operating the way that is operatives, and it's really operating in a sustained way,.

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"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He's a strata, and that was a stray in prime minister Scott Morrison, now, Austria has called a snap election off to challenge less Sebastian coots dumped his populist coalition partner. This has leaked video showed the right wing vice-chancellor, offering government contracts in exchange for campaign funds in response to the Freedom Party unfit to govern. My goal is a very simple one. I would like to work for our beautiful country using my political approach following markers in also with the support of the majority of the population, but without any individual cases, incidents or scandals and e election campaigning ramped up this weekend as voting kicks off later this week. Bloomberg's John Allen reports for I'm gonna European voters face a choice between liberal values and destructive nationalism in Zagreb on Saturday came out after entities, Matto Savini hosted a rally of twelve national. Parties from across Europe. He denounced Meccan and France. His imminent, Michael as the which have occupied Europe in the name of finance in inroad. Don't flame? Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on air net tilk on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Sandra Kilhof. This is Bloomberg, Matt meta Jonah. Thanks very much for that. Now Colin Besley has your European sports report, Colin kill monarch to Europa league football next season ended the premise campaign. Third in the table. Thanks to a to a win to ranges speculation manager, Steve club.

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"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Denise Pellegrini, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Now Toyota has Bucs President Trump's declaration that inputted cars that national security, the Japanese com. Ca says it sends the message that its investments on welcome and the contributions of its employees across America. Violate the company says it spent more than sixty billion dollars building operations in the country. This includes ten manufacturing plants, and in the UK Theresa May's holding more Brexit talks later to try and convince MP's tobacco withdrawal agreements, the PM says she's preparing to make a bold offering elastic tempt to get it through parliament. Jeremy Corbyn isn't planning to support and talks with the government of Brexit collapsed without a deal on Friday. And in endings news this morning. Vajna says that low fez that its new Austrian arm sent profits tumbling. It also full cost endings could further decline in the current twelve months joins a Kouris, if European carriers warning of tough months ahead, Yousef. Absolutely. I mean on that note, we're now joined by the Bloomberg European transportation editor Chris. Jasper Chris your initial read on these latest developments. Well, we certainly known that, that is being over capacity in the European market, and there's something of a fad. Well, going on Ryan ah usually size, just pretty well from that sort of thing that it's low cost basis to its advantage, but it's pretty grim this morning. The Shazad down seven percent, which is most in a little more than six months. And this is after all the other European carriers have reported and sort of told us that things about. So if Ryan is saying, then people are beginning to believe that we're headed for a really tough. Some are of the airlines, I've at least in terms of in terms of those falling phase and coinciding with tougher economic environment in your of course. I'm for Ryanair's rather, exposed to the UK, and we still have that lingering doubt of Brexit, sedately von puffing, something thirty nine percent in fact environment. So then they also saying that they don't have much V through into the rest of the year. That's, that's quite dramatic. The they've got a bit of an on fiscal year to be honest. They've just kicked off that period. They start with some season which is the high season which is why all airlines that prophet, and then the rest of the six months, the rest of the spent sort of diminishing that profit as Iraq up losses of the winter. So the two factors, head one is how much can they actually make in this family environment? And then how much are they gonna lose of the that second half made away? Does that leave them when compared to some of their peers it, you graphically and within the industry? Shad price. They're actually still out there. They turned negative for the today, but still outperforming most of their rivals EasyJet. Plus the network carriers. Why sorry whiz? However, are ahead of them based in eastern Europe have cost them. They claim to have a low cost base, it's really down to the cost base. If you believe that Ryan act can costlo, then you know, they should should come out of this having seen that profits diminished. Ultimately stronger, the problem for them as unionization, but she's beginning to eight into those margins. Yeah. I've city that was a big story. What about just lastly consolidation? In Europe is just gonna mean yet more pressure to, to cut the number of airlines have certainly we've already seen a winning winnowing out seventy eight has gone bust since last summer. Ryan revolt. We stood aloof from this, but they did join in a boat, louder in Australia, relatively recently, but they lost money there. So they say they're open to it. Whether they jumping again, we'll have to wait and say Chris has been great catching up. Thanks for stopping by to set Chris Jasper, he's Burke European transportation. At now, let's get the latest in global news has developed, Sandra Kilhof annual kicking off with the election supplies. Good morning. Good morning, Caroline. Yes ustralia as prime minister, pulling off the seemingly impossible, and winning reelection for his conservative coalition over the weekend. Bloomberg's Paul Allen has the latest from Sydney votes are still being counted. But Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison looks to secure a majority for his ruling coalition Marcin held this win. There's a miracle, and it's no exaggeration opinion polls, and even internal strategists said, consider this lost cause, but voters rejected the sweeping economic reforms promised by the labour opposition than Sydney poll, Ellen, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Australia has called a snap election off the chances Sebastian coots dumped his populist coalition partner this as a leaked video showed the right, wing, vice chancellor offering government con. Contracts in exchange for campaign funds. But with campaigning already underway Heintz. Cushions has raised questions about the timing of the video shortly before you elections. President Donald Trump has wounded Ron not to threats in the US all face ruinous consequences. He spoke to folks news amid mounting tension tensions between Washington and Tehran, just don't want them.

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"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And if there's a deficit, which we need to cover puzzle. That was the Russian Energy Minister, Alexander Novak. And in endings news this morning violence as low as, as its new Austrian arm sent profits tumbling. It'll say full costs endings could further decline in the months. It joins a chorus of European carriers. Warning, if tough months ahead excess ceasing and high fuel prices have helped squeeze malteds von Hsieh's, Betty, changed this year, a special performance than some rivals, it signed off global news, again, with Bloomberg's Sandra Kilhof, and you begin within election surprise in Australia. Yes. Good morning. Yussef prime minister Scott Morrison, pulling off the seemingly impossible and winning reelection for his conservative coalition over the weekend. Bloomberg's Paul Allen has the latest from Sydney votes are still being counted. But Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison looks to have secured a majority for his ruling coalition Marcin hailed this win. There's a miracle, and it's no exaggeration opinion polls, and even internal strategists said, consider this a lost cause, but voters rejected the sweeping economic reforms promised by the labour opposition in Sydney pulled Allen. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Australia has cold day snap and action off to chancellor Sebastian coots dumped his populist coalition partner. The says a leaked video showed the right wing, vice chancellor offering government contracts in exchange for campaign funds. But with campaigning already underway, Hines cushion Slava has raised questions about the timing of the video shoot before you elections, President Donald Trump has warned Iran not to threats in the US. So. Face ruinous consequences. He spoke to Fox News amid mounting tensions between Washington and Tehran, just don't want them to have nuclear weapons, and they can't be threatening us. And, you know, with all of all of everything that's going on. And I'm not somebody that wants to go into war, because warhead Shikata me's were kills people most importantly by far more separately. And Ukrainian president petro Porsche Shangqiu leaves office today to make way for full comedian floated Mersenne linski. But Bloomberg's Michael Winfrey says already trouble ahead for the new leader. You really coolish triggered his own collapse. And a tactical move that undermines president Dolinsky chance to call an early election that his party would probably win the maneuver underscored a new struggle for power in the eastern European country, which is.

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"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Status. Scientists that was his school environment continuing to night on an increase Aldo's MacOS want to roll over. All right. That was man is cranny. Speaking with the Nigerian oil minister, let's get Nick Sandra Kilhof. He's the nicest. Good morning, Carolina. Australia's cool day snap. Election off the champs last Sebastian coots dumped his populist coalition partner this as a leaked video showed the right-wing vice-chancellor, offering government contracts and exchange for campaign funds, but with campaigning already underway, hunts fish stock has raised questions about the timing of video shortly before EU elections. President Trump has won't Iran not to threaten the US tweeting that if it wants to pick a fight, it will spell, the official end of Iran tensions are mounting between Washington and Tehran as a US navy conducted battlegroup exercises in the Arabian Sea. A senior military commander in Tehran says Iran is not looking for war, but isn't a frayed of confrontation. Meanwhile, exit polls in India suggests prime minister Narendra Modi's heading for victory. And his BJP party may even win an outright majority survey say his alliance may take as many as three hundred fifty seats while I read the two hundred seventy two seat majority level side, exit polls in India have a reputation for being wildly inaccurate global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Sandra Kilhof. This is Bloomberg. Caroline. Thank you so much, Sandra, coming up on daybreak. Gibbs, Sylvia on July ham is fun. Senior economists will be joining us here in the London.

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"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Believed in miracles and tonight we've been delivered another one. Good. He's a strata now was Austrailia prime minister Scott Morrison, now, Austria has cold day snap election off the chancellor Sebastian coots dumped his pump list coalition partner this as a leaked video showed. The right-wing vice chancellor offering government contracts in exchange for campaign funds in response coots declared the Freedom Party unfit to govern. My goal is a very simple one. I would like to work for our beautiful country using my political approach following markers in also with the support of the majority of the population, but without any individual cases incident or scandals and e election campaigning ramped up this weekend as voting kicks off later this week. Bloomberg's John lane reports for I'm gonna make European voters face a choice between liberal values and destructive nationalism. Harani Zagreb on Saturday came out after Italy's Mateo, San Vini hosted a rally of twelve nationalist parties from across Europe. He denounced mecca and FRANZ, his imminent, Michael as the which have occupied Europe in the name of finance in Rhode don't flame. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on air net dicta on Twitter pod by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. This is Bloomberg. Caroline. Thank you so much, Sandra. Now sit ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Austria braces for a snap election, after a scandal brings down the government, we're going to go live to Vienna nex, this, of course, as we look ahead to the elections, four hundred million people across Europe.

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"sebastian coots" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Built this from NPR? Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Janine Herbst. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders slammed the restrictive abortion laws passed by several states recently, and a rally in Alabama today, which passed the most restrictive abortion ban in the country. Sanders said this is a well-funded attack or native by right wing extremists to deny women, the right to control their own bodies genetic here from member station. WB HMO has more. Senator Bernie Sanders visit comes nearly a week after Alabama governor Kay Ivey signed into law, one of the most restrictive abortion bans in the nation at a rally in Birmingham Sanders. Call the states abortion ban a quote disgrace. No mistake about these laws are dangerous. They all regressive and they are blatantly unconstitutional. The rally was held at a park across the street from the historic sixteenth street. Baptist church for NPR news. I'm John AP air in Birmingham. I didn't Trump threatened. The Ron in a tweet today saying if Tehran wants a fight that will be the official end of Iran to never threaten the United States. Again, Trump tighten economic sanctions against Iran and is built up the US military presence in the region to counter, an alleged unexplained threat from that country and explosion near Egypt's pyramids in Giza has wounded at least twelve people and furious. Jana raff reports. Most of the injured are tourists. A roadside bomb. Detonated as a tourist bus was passing by near the Giza pyramids and the site of a plan new museum, according to security officials who did not want to be identified photos on social media showed a bus with windows blown out and at least one tourist with blood on their clothes who appeared slightly injured in December three Vietnamese tourists. And in addition guide were killed when a roadside bomb. I'm hit their tour bus if you miles from the pyramids, Egypt has been trying to increase tourism with sites, including a huge new museum due to open next year that will display the treasures, king Tut's tomb, Jane. Raff NPR news. The Italian government plans to intensify its anti migrant policies with a new security decree that would change the country's sailing code and impose fines on every legal. Migrant asylum-seeker NPR Sylvia. Poggioli reports the hard-line interior minister Mateo Savini has seen his popularity soar, thanks to his crackdown on charity ships that rescue migrants at sea. His new degree would allow the minister van any ship considered a potential threat from entry Italy's territorial waters. It would also impose a fine of more than six thousand dollars for each migrant transported into Italy, UN human rights. Investigators have urged the decree, be withdrawn, saying, violates migrants human rights, and therefore violates international law. Sylvia, petrole reporting, Asian markets are trading mixed territory at this hour. The Nikkei in Japan about a half percent. You're listening to NPR news. Chicago will swear in its first black female and openly gay mayor tomorrow. Laurie life foot a former prosecutor and political outsider wrapped up her year long listening tour by visiting church today where she called on adults to be strong role models for young people. She won with seventy three percent of the vote and won all fifty wards life will replace mayor Rahm Emanuel who didn't run for another term the president of Austria is calling for early elections in September scary Skyring reports from Vienna. The governing coalition of conservative and far-right parties has collapsed after talks with chancellor Sebastian coots, president, Alexander van Tibet and said he wants elections as soon as possible, because trust has been lost in one part of government. He was referring to the Freedom Party whose leader Heinz, Christine struck resigned over video in which he office state contracts in return for political favors. The scandal comes just a week before European parliamentary elections, in which right? Party. These are expected to do well, but the video widely seen across the continent could damage more than just Austria's far-right others have modeled themselves on the Freedom Party, one of the most successful in Europe. But its record in both this and past governments has been marred by scandal. For NPR news. I'm Kerry Skyring in Vienna. At the weekend box office avengers, endgame has been knocked out of the top spot as Kano Reeves, violent film, John wick, chapter three para bellum debuted in first place with an estimated fifty seven million dollars in ticket sales. The film about an assassin who never seems to get a break took in thirty five million dollars globally on Janine Herbst, NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Zamel family foundation, supporting the National Center for learning disabilities, which works to improve the lives of the one in five individuals with learning and attention issues. Learn.

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"sebastian coots" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on KCRW

"We have the mock coming up next and news headlines. Coming up first, then, the moth, this KCRW. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Barbara Klein, a Republican congressman from Michigan is accusing President Trump of engaging in impeachable conduct Michigan radio. Steve Carmody reports he's the first GOP lawmakers to do so publicly in a series of tweets on Saturday. Congressman just in a mosh says the Muller report revealed that President Trump engaged in specific actions and pattern of behavior that meet the threshold for impeachment. In one tweet, Ammash says under the constitution, the president shall be removed from office for treason bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors. Ammash says, well, high crimes and misdemeanors is not defined the context implies conduct that violates the public trust a mosh also accuses attorney general William bar misrepresenting. The Muller report, a marshes tweets drew praise from Democrats and the ire of Republicans Republican National Committee, chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel accused Ammash a parodying the Democrats talking. Points for NPR news. I'm Steve Carmody. President Trump has taken to Twitter to address abortion for the first time since Alabama proved a highly restrictive law. He says, he's quote strongly pro-life though Trump says he prefers some exceptions to an outright ban. An NPR Shannon van Sant reports. He's using the issue to mobilize support for his reelection. Trump tweeted that, quote, we have come very far in the last two years by appointing federal judges, but we must stick together and win for life and twenty twenty Georgia, and Alabama recently passed new restrictions on abortion, Alabama now, criminalize abortion and does not make exceptions for rape, or incest, the new legislation sets up legal battles which could head to the supreme court and challenge. V wait NPR, Shannon van sent the president of Austria is calling for early elections in September. As Carrie Skyring reports from Vienna. The governing coalition. Ocean of conservative and far-right parties has collapsed after talks with chancellor Sebastian coots, president Alexander Abedin said he wants evictions as soon as possible, because trust has been lost in one part of government. He was referring to the Freedom Party whose leader Heinz Christian struck resigned over the video in which office state contracts in return for political favors. The scandal comes just week before European parliamentary elections, in which right parties are expected to do well, but the video widely seen across the continent could damage more than just Austria's right out of muddled themselves on the fleet and party, one of the most successful in Europe. But its record in both this, and pasta governments has been mobbed by scandal. For NPR news. I'm Kerry Skyring in Vienna in Egypt, roadside bomb exploded near new museum that's being built close to the pyramids and Giza, it hit a tourist bus and authorities say at least twelve people are wounded mostly tourists. This is NPR. A are. Swiss voters have approved a referendum to tighten the country's gun laws, Switzerland has one of Europe's highest gun ownership rates and was under pressure to align its policies with the EU the co founder of the conic Hollywood landmark the comedy store has died, semi shore was ninety two. Sure helped open the Los Angeles venue in nineteen seventy two, as NPR's Samantha Raeffel, son, reports shore himself was a comedian sure started as a comedian in New York's catskill mountains, which served as a boot camp for up and coming sand ups in the nineteen fifties. In his seven decade, career he opened for Elvis, Presley Barbra Streisand Sammy Davis junior and many others. He co founded the comedy store with actor Rudy DeLuca in nineteen seventy two and it was taken over by shores, late ex wife Mitzi in their divorce settlement. The Los Angeles club was a hotbed for famous performers like David latte. Herman and Robin Williams. A sad at the store often earned comics a slot on the tonight show. Sure son, fellow comedian Pauly shore tweeted, he'd carry on his father's legacy. Samantha Fulson, NPR news. Duncan Lawrence of the Netherlands, won last night's Eurovision song contest in Tel Aviv. With his song, arcade Abreu is the. Still thinks in the crib. The thirty two year old beat out twenty five.

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"sebastian coots" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of a heartbeat is detected. The baby is protected abortion bans sweeping the country are picking a fight with settled law from WNYC in New York. This is on the media. I'm Bob Garfield a look at the one woman lobby machine behind so called RTP Bill. We're getting more and more extreme in our public debate in. So it was almost as reality shifted around Janet porter. And she was there ready with this Bill? Loss. Is this a particularly fertile period of paranoid, where we just imagining? It can three theories are the symptom or not the DVD, if we want to get to a place where they don't have quite so much negative influence on the culture, we need a stronger culture to begin with. It's all coming up after this. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Amy held President Trump is tweeting. He is strongly pro-life with the exceptions of rape incest, but new abortion laws passed by legislatures in Alabama, and Missouri. Make no exceptions for those cases abortion is shaping up to be a key issue in the presidential campaign. NPR's tamra Keith reports south bend, Indiana. Mayor buddha. Judge is the latest democrat candidate to voice his opposition to Alabama law banning abortion after six weeks of pregnancy footage says the law and similar legislation in other states is out of step with most Americans even those in conservative states as if you would have an abortion rights litmus test for supreme court nominees if he became president Buddha, judge said, you can't do it by setting up hypotheticals. But believe me when I say that the vision of freedom that will get me elected president, and that will be the basis for my interviews of judicial nominees would not leave room. For the kind of salt on freedom. That we're seeing in the states to their raging battle over abortion will likely be a major issue in twenty twenty for President Trump and the democratic nominee whoever that ends up being tamra, Keith NPR news, the Austrian president says he wants the country to hold elections in early September. Carey Skyring reports from the Anna the governing coalition of conservative and far-right parties has collapsed after talks with chancellor Sebastian coots, president, at executive Ed and said he wants elections as soon as possible, because trust has been lost in one part of government. He was referring to the Freedom Party whose leader Heinz Christian struck resigned over the video in which he office state contracts in return for political favors. The scandal comes just a week before European parliamentary elections, in which right parties are expected to do well, but the video widely seen across the continent could damage more than just Austria's file, right? Others of model themselves on the food and party, one of the most successful. In europe. But it's record in both this and pasta governments has been marred by scandal. For NPR news. I'm Kerry Skyring in Vienna early projections from a referendum in Switzerland, indicate voters have backed tightening of gun laws to conform with European Union rules, the BBC's imaging folks reports opponents of the new gun laws described them as a diktat from Brussels being forced Noni, you member, Switzerland against its will this national identity with its long tradition of gun ownership. Well, they argued being undermined, but today's nationwide referendum shows voters think differently, they have overwhelmingly backed the new gun laws following their government said, vice the BBC's imaging folks Australia's Scott Morrison has secured another term as prime minister after a surprise sweep in Saturday's federal elections. His win up ends polls predicting a loss for his coalition government. I made me held in Washington, and you're listening to NPR news. This is WNYC in New York. I'm David I as mayor de Blasios takes aim at President Trump during his first weekend on the campaign trail WNYC's bridge Bergen reports that strategy is raising eyebrows. The mayor has been doing some name calling, he says President Trump is a con artist. So he's dubbed him Khan done. Well that line of attack big laughs in Iowa. It was not well received by some voters in South Carolina like Joyce, Dickerson, a local elected official, not with me. I actor enough. I really do. She wants the mayor to focus on her. Neighbors struggles when they can stay on their home, their water bills. All of these, these are the things that are important to the voters for a campaign. That's just getting off the ground. The mayor is likely to continue to tweak his message based on what he hears from voters here in South Carolina, and elsewhere. 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"sebastian coots" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good morning, stonewalling. Congress are Mara Liasson explores, what happens when congress issues this peanut, but no one shows up to testify in Europe critical European Union elections. This week will be a test for populist, far-right parties that want to change the EU from within and in a collaboration with PBS NewsHour. My report from Mexico on a new generation dreamers have been deported, or choosing to leave the US for new life in the country of their birth documentary on how Vietnamese immigrants kick started the mega US nail industry. It's Sunday may nineteenth. The news is coming up right now. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Amy held President Trump is tweeting. He is strongly pro-life with the exceptions of rape, and incest, but new abortion laws passed by legislatures in Alabama, and Missouri. Make no exceptions for those cases abortion is shaping up to be a key issue in the presidential campaign. NPR's tamra Keith reports south bend, Indiana. Mayor buddha. Judge is the latest democrat candidate to voice his opposition to Alabama law banning abortion after six weeks of pregnancy Buddha. Judge says the law and similar legislation and other states is out of step with most Americans even those in conservative states as if you would have an abortion rights litmus test for supreme court nominees if he became president, Huda judge said, you can't do it by setting up hypotheticals. But believe me when I say that the vision of freedom that will get me elected president, and that will be the basis for my interviews of judicial nominees would. Not leave room for the kind of salt on freedom. That we're seeing in these states to their raging battle over abortion will likely be a major issue in twenty twenty for President Trump and the democratic nominee whoever that ends up being tamra, Keith NPR news, the Austrian president says he wants the country to hold elections in early September. Carey Skyring reports from Vienna. The governing coalition of conservative and far-right parties has collapsed after talks with chancellor Sebastian coots, president Alexander van Tibetan said he wants elections as soon as possible. Because trust has been lost in one part of government. He was referring to the Freedom Party whose leader Heinz, Christian struck resigned over video in which office state contracts in return for political favors. The scandal comes just two week before European parliamentary elections, in which right parties are expected to do well, but the video widely seen across the continent could damage more than just Austria's file, right? Others have modeled themselves on the Freedom Party. One of the most successful in Europe. But it's record in both this past months has been marred by scandal. For NPR news. I'm Kerry Skyring in Vienna early projections from a referendum in Switzerland, indicate voters have backed tightening of gun laws to conform with European Union rules, the BBC's imaging folks reports opponents of the new gun laws described them as a diktat from Brussels, being forced Nonni, you member, Switzerland against its will this national identity with its long tradition of gun ownership almost they argued being undermined today's nationwide. Referendum shows voters think differently, they have overwhelmingly backed the new gun laws following their governments advice, the BBC's imaging folks Australia's Scott Morrison has secured another term as prime minister after a surprise sweep in Saturday's federal elections. His win up ends polls predicting a loss for his coalition government. I made me held in Washington, and you're listening to and. NPR news from K, Q, E news. Good.

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"sebastian coots" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"sebastian coots" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"The South Tyrol region is was again causing tensions between Italy and Austria. Vienna, a decision to grant citizenship to the region's inhabitants sixty two percent of whom speak German has prompted Rome to cancel a blade lateral meeting between the countries. Let's get the latest on this with Cisco it who is the UK correspondent for Austria's profit magazine, welcome to the program so tests. First of all, why is Vienna so keen to office? It is to people living in South Tyrol. Well, this has been a, as you know, a long historical conflict, and that you have written in South Tyrol at is predominantly inhabited bedrooms, because and since nineteen eighteen the Bill, this region belongs to Italy. So it is always it was always a good case study to see how nationalist tensions are rising into fill the pulse of also opinion to see what happens to regions like South Tyrol at the moment we have. A government in place in Australia was a far right party in coalition and for them it is a good opportunity to tickle the nerves of the European Union leaders at the moment who actually have a few other atoms on their agenda also would probably prefer not to have this diplomatic spat right now exert runways used to be getting so upset. Well, Italy has citizens that they don't necessarily want to see, you know dreaming of becoming citizens of another country. So that is a relatively case. And since Italy and Austria, both in the European Union, it also really doesn't matter what passed, but you have in the sense that you don't get any other rights if you have an Austrian passport. So I think we can see the effects of right wing populist and nationalist policies playing a role, and it is up to the Australian Prime ministers investor in quotes who is a conservative. To moderate his smaller fire right coalition partner and tried to quell this whole little affair which doesn't help him to be president in the EU presidency at the moment. This whole thing this. Okay. Seems pretty unnecessary as appointed hour talking about two European Union member countries and having two passports. In this case doesn't actually benefit anyone in in South Tyrol really what is what other relations like between Italy and Austria to moments in certain ways, the new government in Italy and the new government in Austria, have common interests in terms of very strict immigration policy and trying to change the rules of asylum seekers in the European Union. But as this case shows it is not so easy to make a pen European policies on the basis of nationalist intentions. So Sebastian coots is in the middle sitting squeezed in between these different interests and has to choose what is more important to him, the happiness of small coalition partner who would like to offer these passports. But. Puts us, oh, said yesterday in Rome that he that the Austrian government will not do anything against the wishes of the talian government. So I think this is a little bit of a, as we say in Germany storm in a water glass exact into chrome, you how serious this spat is between Italy and Austria. Well, I think we should not underestimate how dangerous nationalist policies are at the moment. So it's not just funny or joke or silly, and it is up to a very responsible leadership in to to see that this this the scandal is not taking hold and sort of starts preoccupying governments much more than it actually, shoot. There shouldn't be busy with something like this because for decades, this conflict has been settled through atonomy through your membership. So we should really move onto the two things that are more important for. Us at the moment. Exactly. However, Italy has warned about potential disturbing consequences. If this was to continue, what do you think? What would what would the worst case scenario be worse, good Italy due to oppose Austrian this case? Well, festival in European Union politics. You can always have far reaching consequences if you seek coalitions on certain subjects, and then you don't have a coalition partner for that because you have upset Italian government for an necessary reasons. But in practical terms, this is a very sensitive area for the opinion also in terms of immigration policies because the Brenner checkpoint is sort of a very sensitive point of if you have refugees coming. If you have a Silom seekers, there's a lot of traffic in goods going through there..

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"sebastian coots" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Lakshmi sang a federal grand jury in the district of Columbia, has returned to third superseding indictment today against President. Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort it adds Russia national Constantine Kalinic as a defendant and charges both defendants with conspiracy to obstruct Justice in obstruction of Justice. The five previously charged counts against Manafort, remain unchanged. The include conspiracy against the United States conspiracy to launder money and making false statements. President Trump says he's considering more than three thousand people for possible pardons among them. The late boxer Muhammad Ali he made the comments while leaving the White House for the g. seven summit in Canada NPR Serra mccamman reports Trump is insisting presidents do have the right department themselves. President Trump recently issued a posthumous pardon for the late boxer, Jack Johnson and granted clemency to a sixty three year old woman serving a life sentence for a non violent drug. Pence asked about his view of pardons Trump told reporters, no one is above the law. The pardons are very positive thing for president. I think you see the way I'm using them. And yes, I do have an absolute right to pardon myself, but I'll never have to do it because I didn't do anything wrong Trump has drawn criticism in recent days for making a similar statement on Twitter amidst the ongoing investigation into whether his campaign colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 election, Sarah mccamman NPR news, Washington. Well, as for President Trump is at the g seven taking part in two days of negotiations with US allies in Quebec. Diplomatic relations are tense. The other g seven members are angry about new US policy, such as a decision to impose steep tariffs on aluminum steel imports and the withdrawal from the Iran nuclear accord. The president has met informally on the sidelines of the summit with French president Emmanuel Macron who's been leading the opposition against Trump's trade policies, the US Imigran. In customs enforcement agency is expanding its capacity to hold detainees Megan McCarthy, Corinne of member station k. p. c. c. tells us the agency's turning to prisons to hold people awaiting immigration hearings. Ice will start using sixteen hundred federal prison beds to detain immigrants. The move marks the first wide scale use of federal prisons to hold immigration detainees. I spokesman Daniel Bennett said they need the beds quote due to the current surge in a legal border crossings and implementation of the US department of Justice's zero tolerance policy. Immigrant advocates like Pedro Rios of the San Diego based American friends, service committee questioned whether the move was really needed a process criminalising migrants and Gration the largest share of those beds. One thousand will be located at the federal prison in victorville, California also being tapped or facilities in Washington state, Texas, Oregon, and Amazon. Ah, for NPR news. I'm Megan McCurdy Carino in Los Angeles. This is NPR. The Austrian government says it will close seven mosques and deport dozens of imams as part of a crackdown on what it calls, political Islam, Kerry Skyring has details from Vienna. The government says the most Sunday moms are in breach of a law on Islam, which bans foreign funding of religious groups and requires Muslim organizations to have a positive attitude to the Austrian state and society up to seven mosques could be closed one of them associated with Turkish nationalist group and others belonging to a group called the religious community. Australian chancellor, Sebastian coots announcing the crackdown said, parallel societies and tendencies towards radicalization have no place in Austria. However, a spokesman for Turkey's president said the decision is Islam, phobic, racist, and discriminatory for NPR news. I'm Kerry Skyring in Vienna. Syracuse, university reportedly has suspended as many as fifteen members of the fate towel fraternity for up to two years after. After videos emerged of the group, making racist sexist and homophobic remarks months ago, the recordings went viral prompting protests. The chancellor's office at Syracuse had expelled fada tau and push for severe disciplinary action against those individual students who were allegedly involved. The Syracuse university professor who was a legal adviser to some of the students defended the group on the grounds of the right to free speech saying they're derogatory remarks report of a satirical sketch at a private event. The Dow is of forty two points at twenty five thousand two hundred eighty three. I'm Lakshmi Singh, NPR news in Washington.

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