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"secretary general antonio tariffs" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"secretary general antonio tariffs" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. Us Attorney General. William Bar is warning that predatory or selfish behavior could hamper the national response to the covert nineteen pandemic has NPR's Ryan Lucas reports. The Justice Department is cracking down on hoarding and price gouging of medical equipment. President trump has signed an executive order to try to tackle hoarding of key. Medical supplies such as masks. Hand sanitizer in ventilators attorney. General Bar speak for the White House podium said. The Justice Department is with the Department of Health and Human Services to determine which items to designate scarce once designated it would be illegal to stockpile such items on an industrial scale for profit bar said the DOJ has already opened investigations of suspected hoarding of medical goods. He said Americans who have a big supply of toilet paper at home. Don't have to worry but speculators on a warehouse of surgical masks. He said maybe hearing a knock on the door Ryan Lucas. Npr News Washington. Tensions are high on Capitol Hill where Democrats and Republicans are wrangling over. Nearly two trillion dollar economic rescue plan Senate Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell is urging lawmakers to support gop proposal the Democrats claim skewed towards big business. The trump administration is pushing for aggressive monetary policy steps to stand the economic blow from the Pandemic President. Trump says he's considering ways to restart. Us economy as soon as next week following completion of a fifteen day shutdown to help stem the spread of corona virus. New York's Governor is ordering all hospitals in the state to increase available bed space by at least fifty percent and Paris haunting along reports that the state is preparing for an expected spike in corona virus cases in Queens New York City Health and hospitals. Elmhurst is repurposing rooms to increase capacity says it. Ceo Israel Roja recovery rooms pre anesthesia care unit things that are usually used for transitional patients their opportunities for hospitals to be able to maximize those beds. But that won't be enough for North well. Health hospitals according to their chief medical officer Dr David at Nelly. We are currently replying. A number of our employees. Nurses Advanced Care Practitioners Physicians to work. That they don't normally job at that they're clinically capable to do bonaly says New York City's hospitals are counting on the temporary hospital sites. The Army Corps of Engineers is planning to build on the One News. New York around forty percent of the nation's population is under stay at home restrictions to slow the spread of Corona virus on Monday New Mexico and Washington state. Join roughly a dozen other states in mandating that residents avoid unnecessary travel and Florida governor onto Santa says air travelers arriving there from New York New Jersey and Connecticut Must Self Quarantine for at least fourteen days in pre market trading stocks are rebounding after Monday's declines. Us futures have risen nearly three percent on Asian markets. Hong Kong shares are up three and a half percent this is NPR news. Un Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez says the world body is seeking two billion dollars to help countries fight corona virus and a massive coordinated effort to deal with the social and economic fallout as Linda. Fassulo reports Gutierrez is also calling for an immediate halt to all conflicts around the world. Un Secretary General Antonio Tariffs said. It's time to put armed conflict on lockdown and he's calling on warring parties worldwide to put aside mistrust animosity and focus together on what he calls the true fight of our lives the corona virus. Good Tash One. That have conflicts. Go on there might be an absolutely devastating spreading of the virus. Linda Fasulo reporting a memoir by filmmaker. Woody Allen has been released weeks after its original publisher. Drop the book. Npr's Rose Friedman has more the book titled Apropos of nothing has been released by Arcade publishing which describes it as a quote candidate and comprehensive personal account by Woody Allen of his life ranging from his childhood in Brooklyn through his acclaimed career. The book caused a walkout of staff at its original publisher shed after Alan Son. Ronan Farrow asked the company to halt publication. Ferro has said he believes his sister Dylan. Who has accused their father of molesting her as a child. Allen denies the allegation in a statement. Arcade said that quote while we respect sheds decision to choose not to publish Woody Allen's book we choose not to take sides but rather firmly believe in upholding the right to freedom of speech Rose Friedman. Npr News New York. And I'm Shay Stevens. Npr News in Washington..

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"secretary general antonio tariffs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"secretary general antonio tariffs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of course, many ordinary Iraqis have grown tired of things not happening repairs. Never taking place government services, just not working in Gaza. The tensions rise I have been in and out of the strip over the past year as one story of Palestinian protests of the fence evolved into another series of ever more, intense military, flare ups and on the streets of Paris. The sounds of French rebellion get out of here get out of on neighborhood with sick of this every week the same. How'd you like it? If I came to your place in smashed, everything up in your street all ants on from our own correspondent with me Pasca Harsha. Off to this bulletin. Hello. This is David Allston with the BBC news. The UN secretary General Antonio tariff has said the political will to tackle climate change is fading despite the increasing effects of global warming. He said change was happening faster than humid efforts to tackle it. And the world was not on track to limit the temperature increase to one and a half degrees celsius. But mister Gutierrez praised New Zealand which few days ago proposed cutting carbon emissions that cause climate change two zero by twenty fifty Zealand easy into this measures to achieve a fundamental goal. That's the scientific community as the finest Epsom crucial. And I don't think that that he's any other region, but the Pacific with the moral authority to tell the world that the world needs to abide by what the scientific community's dumbing us. The UN secretary general is on a tour of Pacific island nations. Countries expected to be hit hardest by global warming. The iranian. Ian, president Hassan Ruhani as warned that the country is facing difficult times because of renewed US sanctions, but must not surrender to American pressure. This urged Iran's politicians to unite and work together to find solutions to the threat. Steve Jackson reports president Ruhani urged Iran's political factions to stick together to get through the current difficulties. He warned the economic pressures the country is currently facing could be even greater than in the nineteen eighties. When it was subject to international sanctions during the war with Iraq after the implementation of the twenty fifteen nuclear deal. There was a brief boom as Iranian. Oil exports surged, but the reimposition of sanctions means the outlook is once again bleak for the Iranian economy. Legendary Mexican wrestler says are Gonzaga's Baronne who gained international fame in Hollywood film has died during about in London. Stuart Hughes reports says organs is who is better known as Silver King grew up in a mess. Mexican wrestling family..

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UN leader arrives in New Zealand on climate change trip

BBC World Service

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

UN leader arrives in New Zealand on climate change trip

"The UN secretary General Antonio tariff has said the political will to tackle climate change is fading despite the increasing effects of global warming. He said change was happening faster than humid efforts to tackle it. And the world was not on track to limit the temperature increase to one and a half degrees celsius. But mister Gutierrez praised New Zealand which few days ago proposed cutting carbon emissions that cause climate change two zero by twenty fifty Zealand easy into this measures to achieve a fundamental goal. That's the scientific community as the finest Epsom crucial. And I don't think that that he's any other region, but the Pacific with the moral authority to tell the world that the world needs to abide by what the scientific community's dumbing us. The UN secretary general is on a tour of Pacific island nations. Countries expected to be hit hardest by global

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"secretary general antonio tariffs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"secretary general antonio tariffs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Today. Brazil's Queen of samba Elza Suarez is one of Brazil's most beloved samba legends. But to get that she's had poverty child marriage, I'm racial prejudice. Being poor does not mean, you're less of a person being black does not mean being less dignified. My voice has given me power. How she weathered the storm of a romantic scandal at the whole country talking. I went onto become a black Brazilian icon coming up on our weekend. BBC news with David Austin. The UN secretary General Antonio tariff has warned that political will to tackle climate change is fading in spite of the evident to fix of global warming mister Gutierrez speaking in New Zealand, the start of a tour of Pacific nations, which are among those expected to be worst affected. The Iranian president has all the countries facing difficult times because of renewed US sanctions, but must not surrender to American pressure. Her son Ruhani said that Iran's economic troubles could be even greater than in the nineteen eighties. When it was subject to international sanctions during the war with Iraq. Twelve Brazilian soldiers who opened fire on a car carrying a family to be tried in a military court. The soldiers had they confused the vehicle with a similar one being driven by gang. Two people were killed tens of millions of people in India going to the polls in the sixth phase of the country's Stagich general election. Today's vote takes place across seven areas of the country, including the capital, New Delhi. Pose of opened in Lithuania. Where people are choosing a new president the popular incumbent Dalia Grybauskaite is stepping down to completing two terms. The authorities in the northeast Indian district of Sikkim say three hundred Himalayan yaks have starved to death high in mountains on the border with China. They say the animals had been stranded since December by excessive snowfall London is home to more billionaires than any other city in the world. According to the wealth ranking compiled annually by British newspaper, the Indian entrepreneurs three and gooky Hinduja top the Sunday Times rich list for the third year running having seen their fourteen rise to just hundred thirty billion dollars last year. BBC news. He.

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