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Fresh update on "security council" discussed on Think

Think

01:39 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "security council" discussed on Think

"And we have a pandemic that we that because we not only is we found the swine flu, killing people a new strain of swine flu killing people in Mexico. Two cases have been identified in Southern California, so it's already in the country. When he does this Rahm Emanuel, who is then Obama's chief of staff, says What's next Locusts? They just can't believe that they've got to deal with this, too. But But the question is then what do you do like and their car says There's this playbook and the playbook is We? You what you do right away is you? You close schools schools for a couple of weeks just to be safe because you don't know you want to find where this thing is before kids start spreading her like wildfire. And the CDC says no, They don't think it's that serious in the CDC proves right their tendency to commit sins of omission rather than commission serves them well, in this case. Um, but they're doing it in a really peculiar environment because their waves of death in Mexican ICU wards they're horrifying Reports from Argentina ICU Ward. It's not at all clear that this new strain of swine flu is not really lethal. And it turns out to be highly transmissible, right? You. We don't remember it now because it end up being not that severe and illness, But lots of Americans were including my Children were affected by this thing. And had it been as lethal as they feared. In the beginning, it would have been a catastrophe. It would not have been a well managed pandemic s O, but after that to the credit of the Obama administration But they then do is they got their man, they say. We? We need to know that this could have been bad. We need to re establish the primacy of the White House in managing these things, and we're gonna put on the National Security Council in the President's here. Pandemic response person who is Yes. Can you know? Consulting with the CDC, but taking what they say with a grain of salt? My guest is journalist Michael Lewis. His latest book is the premonition. A Pandemic story will come back to the conversation in a couple of minutes. You can join us at 1 809 335372. Started. May 7th you might think of the planet Kepler 64 B as tattle Win, plus Like the home of Luke Skywalker. The planet orbits both members of a binary two stars locked in a tight orbit around each other. That gives the planet two sunrises and two sunsets every day. In the case of Kepler 64 B, though the two stars are bound to another binary that gives the system four stars and all so far. Kepler 64 B is the on Lee Planet known to reside in a four star system. One of the stars. The planet orbits is bigger, heavier and brighter than the sun. The other is smaller, lighter and much fainter than the sun. The stars are quite close together, so they orbit each other once every three weeks. The planet itself is a giant. It orbits the stars at about 60% of the distance from Earth to the sun that makes the planet quite hot, Probably too hot for life. The.

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Fresh update on "security council" discussed on Jay Sekulow

Jay Sekulow

00:33 sec | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "security council" discussed on Jay Sekulow

"Care what the rules are. And the U. N is not going to impose anything on China, their permanent member of the Security Council, so nothing's going on. They're so they can Break any of those international rules that they want without any consequences unless the U. S and the Western world and other allies step up. And impose those those consequences on China will have a secretary of State Mike Pompeo joining us from comeback this break. This report is sponsored by Safe Way, so no spin out dancing Ole it sound found policy does road at 6 80. It's already been moved over to the shoulder traffic.

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Fresh update on "security council" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:52 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "security council" discussed on All Things Considered

"Y c. 93.9 FM and am a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbs in Minnesota for former police officers have been charged with violating George Floyd's civil rights, the Justice Department, says Derrick Show Vin, who was already convicted of murder and other charges and Floyd's death. To towel and Alexander King will stand trial on two counts each. Thomas Layne will face a single charge in the case in a separate federal indictment, showman is facing charges for violating the rights of a 14 year old boy in 2014. He's accused of hitting the boy with a flashlight as he held him by his neck. U. S and China are both trying to exert more influence at the United Nations as NPR's Michele Kelemen reports that was on display today at a meeting chaired by China on multilateralism. Well. Secretary of State Antony Blinken didn't mention China by name in his speech to the U. N Security Council. The message was clear, he said. U N member should uphold international norms on human rights starting domestic jurisdiction. Doesn't give any state a blank check to enslave torture, disappear, ethnically cleansed their people or violate their human rights in any other right. He was alluding to China's atrocities against Muslim Wickers without naming Russia. He also took aim at those who target others with disinformation and go after dissidents abroad. In their remarks at the U. N gathering, Russia and China criticized the U. S for imposing sanctions on other countries. Michele Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington The first time in history. California's population fell in 2020 as the state lost more than 182,000 people last year. California's population now stands at just under 39. A half million last week, the U. S Census Bureau said the state would lose a congressional seat for the first time because of the falling population. State officials blame the drop on a declining birth rate and a drop in immigration, along with an increase in deaths because of covert 19. You're listening to NPR news. This is W when my C in New York I'm Shawn Carlson. New York City is continuing to reopen with restaurants and hair salons now allowed to serve customers at 75% capacity that started your day bars in New Jersey can also resume indoor seating today. Businesses in both states will be able to open at full capacity in less than two weeks on Wednesday, May 19th but people must continue to maintain social distancing. New York City, New York City's Heart Island, the largest public cemetery in the world, is undergoing some major changes. Caroline Lewis reports. For starters, inmates from the Rikers Island Jail complex will no longer be burying the bodies on Hart Island that breaks 150 year practice of the Department of Correction running the cemetery almost as an extension of the penal system due to the pandemics heavy toll, the city hired outside contractors to handle burials. And the Parks Department will make this move permanent when it takes over management in July. It's part of a larger city council effort to make the island more accessible and welcoming to the public. But at an oversight hearing this week, some family members raised concerns about being crowded out by tourists. Currently the only route to Hart Island involves a single fairy from the Bronx. Restaurants, bars, gyms and other venues, As we've said, can fully reopen this month, but senior centers still remain closed. John we'd overseas five such centers in the Bronx that serve about 600 clients. He says. Older New Yorkers miss spending time with the friends they've made in those places. The senior center plays a large role in the socialization of people, many of whom live alone, so it's the time that they can be with others. Spokeswoman for the city's Department of Aging says they're allowing on Lee grab and go meals in the centers for now, because it's a low risk outdoor activity. She said They plan to have mobile vaccination sites during meal distribution in order to inoculate Maura Older adults. Senior centers closed down last March due to the pandemic..

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Fresh update on "security council" discussed on Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

03:05 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "security council" discussed on Press Play with Madeleine Brand

"China's Global Times tabloid ran a glowing and Dr E with buying text founder and senior researcher and said the Fizer buying tech vaccine was in the final stages of the approval process in China. Coverage is a market reversal and tone for months. The outlets have cast doubt on the safety of non Chinese vaccines, in part to refute criticism that China has not provided detailed clinical data on its Corona virus vaccines. Is by exporting hundreds of millions of doses to the Middle East and South America. International travelers are still mostly barred from entering China. But at high level talks in March, U. S and Chinese officials discussed the possibility of mutually recognizing each other's vaccines and creating some kind of vaccine passport for the two countries. Emily Fang. NPR NEWS Beijing The Dow is up roughly 200 points since the Open at 34,747. You're listening to NPR knees. The U. S and China are both trying to exert more influence at the United Nations that was on display today at a meeting chaired by China on multilateralism, NPR's Michele Kelemen has details. Well. Secretary of State Antony Blinken didn't mention China by name in his speech to the U. N Security Council. The message was clear, he said. U N member should uphold international norms on human rights starting domestic jurisdiction. Doesn't give any state a blank check to enslave torture, disappear, ethnically cleanse their people or violate their human rights in any other right. He was alluding to China's atrocities against Muslim Wickers without naming Russia. He also took aim at those who target others with disinformation and go after dissidents abroad. In their remarks at the U. N gathering, Russia and China criticized the U. S for imposing sanctions on other countries. Michele Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington The president of Mexico is accusing the U. S. Of financing an anti corruption group that he claims is engaged in political militancy against his government. President Andres Manuel Lopez Oh Bravo two, says funding coming from U. S Agency for International Development promotes coup plotters The group Mexicans against corruption and impunity tweeted yesterday that its work is legal. Lopez overload publicly aired his grievance at a news conference shortly before he was scheduled to speak with Vice President Kamila Harris in a virtual meeting today about the migration crisis at the US Mexico border. I'm Lakshmi Singh. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Morgan Stanley, with their podcast thoughts on the market, offering concise takes on current events and their implications for financial markets three minutes in episode five times a week, thoughts on the market. E think the people who are running this trust who are controlling the entire process. Or none of them. Victims of these fires don't understand the need for speed. Teresa McDonald, who lost her home nearly three years ago in the fire that burned down the town of Paradise in Northern California. It was the most destructive and deadliest fire in state history more than 80 people died. That fire was sparked by faulty equipment on by utility giant Pacific.

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Fresh update on "security council" discussed on BBC Newshour

BBC Newshour

02:04 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "security council" discussed on BBC Newshour

"In the world. One in four animals is a view and farmers fight nutrition overload in the Mississippi by harnessing old school bacteria to Ah, hi tech name. Bio reactors by reactors. Remove anywhere from 20 to about 40% of the nitrogen in the water that you would otherwise send downstream, all coming up after the break. Stay with us. Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi, saying the latest monthly jobs report reveals weaker than expected hiring in the United States in April, the U. S economy gained 266,000 jobs. Far fewer than the month before the unemployment rate ticked up hours after the labor report came out, President Joe Biden address concerns about economic recovery. NPR's Asia, Roscoe has more on that. President Biden says the covert relief package passed earlier this year was necessary, but it will take time for the economy to stabilize. He also pushed back against complaints that expanded federal unemployment benefits are keeping people from actively searching for jobs. Economy still has Eight million fewer jobs than when this pandemic started. The data shows that more war workers, more workers are looking for jobs. And many can't find them. Montana and South Carolina, ending the supplemental unemployment benefits early over labor shortage concerns. Aisha Roscoe NPR NEWS, The White House, the administration's anticipating a return to full employment Next year is longest cove in 19 caseloads. Keep falling. The CDC says the 70 average of daily cases has fallen again by 13% from the previous seven day average and White House covert response coordinator Jeff Science updated the public on vaccinations today. 150 million Americans with at least their first shot. 110 million Americans fully vaccinated, hoping to reach more unvaccinated people. The administration strategy is shifting from Max vaccination sites, too. Got more localized approaches. Meanwhile, Fizer and buying Tech You've said that they filed for a full U. S approval of their covert 19 vaccine well Chinese state media reporting the five year by intake Corona virus vaccine is close to being cleared for use in China. NPR's Emily Fang reports. It was important development in China's vaccination drive and what it could mean for restrictions, including on international travel. China's Global Times tabloid ran in glowing and drive E with buying text founder and senior researcher and said the Fizer buying tech vaccine was in the final stages of the approval process in China. Coverage is a market reversal and tone for months day outlets have cast doubt on the safety of non Chinese vaccines, in part to refute criticism that China has not provided detailed clinical data on its Corona virus vaccines. By exporting hundreds of millions of doses to the Middle East. In South America. International travelers are still mostly barred from entering China. But at high level talks in March, U. S and Chinese officials discussed the possibility of mutually recognizing each other's vaccines and creating some kind of vaccine passport for the two countries. Emily Fang. NPR NEWS Beijing The Dow is up roughly 200 points since the Open at 34,747. You're listening to NPR knees. The U. S and China are both trying to exert more influence at the United Nations that was on display today at a meeting chaired by China on multilateralism, NPR's Michele Kelemen has details. Well. Secretary of State Antony Blinken didn't mention China by name in his speech to the U. N Security Council. The message was clear, he said. U N member should uphold international norms on human rights starting domestic jurisdiction. Doesn't give any state a blank check to enslave torture, disappeared, ethnically cleanse their people or violate their human rights in any other right. He was alluding to China's atrocities against Muslim Wickers without naming Russia. He also took aim at those who target others with disinformation and go after dissidents abroad. In their remarks at the U. N gathering, Russia and China criticized the U. S for imposing sanctions on other countries. Michele Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington The president of Mexico is accusing the U. S. Of financing an anti corruption group that he claims is engaged in political militancy against his government. President Andres Manuel Lopez Oh Bravo two, says funding coming from U. S Agency for International Development promotes coup plotters The group Mexicans against corruption and impunity tweeted yesterday that its work is legal. Opens overload publicly aired his grievance at a news conference shortly before he was scheduled to speak with Vice President Kamila Harris in a virtual meeting today about the migration crisis at the US Mexico border. I'm.

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Myanmar's Military Shuts Down Internet

Station 15788

00:25 sec | Last month

Myanmar's Military Shuts Down Internet

"Military has shut down the country's broadband services until further notice after director from the ministry of transport and communications. Government has also shut down all a handful of fully military controlled media outlets in february military coup lead onsang su key and his left has kept her under house arrest charging with various crimes the us and the un security council have condemned the military.

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Myanmar enters its third month of protests

BBC World Service

00:43 sec | Last month

Myanmar enters its third month of protests

"You live from our studios in central London. We begin today, with Myanmar, now facing its third month of protests against the military coup coup, whose hallmark increasingly is the brutal suppression and killing of those who continue to oppose it. International condemnation has been present from the beginning when no one was being killed on the streets on that condemnation has become louder off late. The U. N Security Council has now expressed its concern about the rapidly deteriorating situation, releasing a statement condemning the deaths of hundreds of civilians. It was unanimous, but there are reports that China Myanmar's most important ally, Water down the language, though today Beijing is saying it wants calm

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U.N. special envoy warns "bloodbath is imminent" in Myanmar

Morning Edition

00:27 sec | Last month

U.N. special envoy warns "bloodbath is imminent" in Myanmar

"For me and Mars warning, the U. N Security Council that the country's situation is precarious. Special envoy says Myanmar faces the prospect of civil war at a quote unprecedented scale. This follows the February 1st military cool. The envoy is asking the Security Council to consider significant action but did not specify steps. Activist groups say more than 500. People have been killed since the coup began. This is NPR

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China Rejects Attempts to Sanction Military Leaders of Myanmar

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | Last month

China Rejects Attempts to Sanction Military Leaders of Myanmar

"China has again rejected attempts to sanction the military leaders of Myanmar at an emergency meeting off the U. N Security Council. It's representative said the move would only aggravate tensions. Earlier, the U. N special envoy on Myanmar urge the council to take action. British representative Barbara would would said the crisis was affecting Myanmar's neighbors. We're already seeing spill over into neighboring countries with approximately 3000 civilians, feeing for me and March into Thailand. This past weekend, the secretary general has underlined the need for a unified, resolute and firm international response on the council should play its part. Activists say more than 500 people have been killed by the security forces in the two months since the

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N. Korea accuses UN of double standard over missile firings

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | Last month

N. Korea accuses UN of double standard over missile firings

"The United Nations Security Council showed a double standard as its sanctions committee criticized that country's recent missile test as a violation of U. N resolutions. North Korean official says a U N meeting Friday was quote designed to negate the rite of our state to self defense, warning that it could devise a countermeasure.

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UN renews mandate of North Korea experts, asks missile probe

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

UN renews mandate of North Korea experts, asks missile probe

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the U. N. security council meets in the wake of ballistic missile launches by North Korea in response to north Korea's latest test firings of banned ballistic missiles this week the U. N. security council has unanimously adopted a resolution to renew the mandate of the UN experts monitoring sanctions against North Korea diplomats speaking on condition of anonymity told the AP the security council is likely to hold a close discussion on the missile launches next week U. N. sanctions designed to pressure North Korea into abandoning its nuclear and ballistic missile programs have banned most of the country's exports and severely limited its imports but in their latest report in February the monitor said north Korea's financing its weapons activity in part through cyber attacks that stole approximately three hundred sixteen million dollars in virtual assets from twenty nineteen to November twenty twenty hi Mike Crossey up

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N Korea confirms missile tests as Biden warns of response

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

N Korea confirms missile tests as Biden warns of response

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting North Korea confirms its latest missile tests North Korea has confirmed it test fired a new type of tactical missile Thursday with a top official saying it is of great significance north Korea's official Korean central news agency says two missiles accurately hit the target off the eastern coast on Thursday at his first news conference since taking office president Joe Biden said we will respond accordingly but I'm also prepared for some form of diplomacy at the request of the United States the U. N. security council committee monitoring sanctions against North Korea will meet behind closed doors Friday morning Mike Rossi Washington

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North Korea missile launch tests Biden administration

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:26 min | Last month

North Korea missile launch tests Biden administration

"North. Korea launched to ballistic missiles into the scene japan on thursday. Japan's prime minister said fuelling tension ahead of the tokyo olympics. And ramping up pressure. On the biden administration as it finalizes its north korea policy. The missile launches highlight the threat. North korea's illicit weapons program poses to its neighbors and the international community. The united states military's indo pacific. Command said in a statement. The command said it was monitoring the situation and consulting allies. Japan lodged a formal protest through its embassy in china and said the test. Threaten peace and safety in the region off south korea's national security council expressed deep concern. Japan's coastguard said the first missile was detected soon after seven. Am and flew about two hundred and sixty miles followed by a second twenty minutes later the flu. About two hundred and seventy miles indicating. The missiles was short range weapons. North korea has previously testified missiles over japan. The were able to carry nuclear warheads and reach anywhere. In the united states the launch coincided with the start of the olympic torch relay in japan today beginning. Four-month month countdown. To the summer games in tokyo which were delayed from twenty twenty because of the corona virus

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North Korea test-fires ballistic missiles in message to US

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

North Korea test-fires ballistic missiles in message to US

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting North Korea has test fired ballistic missiles North Korea has test fired ballistic missiles for the first time since president Joe Biden took office in January south Korea's joint chiefs of staff said the north wants to short range missiles just after seven AM from an area on the north eastern coast the missiles flew two hundred seventy nine miles before landing in the sea added emergency meeting of the south Korean National Security Council officials expressed deep concern Japan's prime minister said the launches threaten peace and safety in Japan and the region a spokesman for U. S. Indo Pacific command said the U. S. military was aware of the missiles and monitoring the situation hi Mike Rossio

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North Korea launches ballistic missiles into Sea of Japan

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:32 sec | Last month

North Korea launches ballistic missiles into Sea of Japan

"Says North Korea's fired two ballistic missiles into the sea, South Korea's Chiefs of Staff confirmed. Japan says it did not land in Japan's EE Zee. The firing a ballistic missiles puts it in violation of U. N regulations. So Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Asuka in front of parliament, says he's strongly Condemns the launch says that it is a threat to regional security, says he will discuss it in his meeting with U. S President Joe Biden. The South Korean Security Council has been called to meet this morning. U S

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China and Russia pledge to stand up to Western sanctions

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:34 sec | Last month

China and Russia pledge to stand up to Western sanctions

"Russia and china have a long history of ignoring or disdaining sanctions imposed upon them. For multifarious human rights violations. They now appear to be teaming up to escalate their response to outright rebellion. The foreign ministers of russia and china have called for a summit of the five permanent members of the un security council of whom russia and china are to in order to make their displeasure clear up the joint statement by sergei lavrov. And we did not mention the united states by name but it is issued amid heightened tensions between moscow. Beijing and washington dc

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US Officials To Hold Talks in Mexico & Guatemala on Migration

All Things Considered

04:37 min | Last month

US Officials To Hold Talks in Mexico & Guatemala on Migration

"Migrants coming to the U. S border. Thousands of unaccompanied teens and Children in U. S custody, some held in jail like facilities. More likely on the way. This is the urgent situation facing President Biden at the border today and an echo of the one he faced as vice president back in 2014. His approach so far is similar focus on the root causes. Today, he sent three top officials to Mexico and Guatemala to discuss how to manage the increasing numbers of people trying to reach the U. S. Joining us to talk more about this is Franco or join us and Przybyl, White House correspondent and Franco first tell us just the basics of this trip to Mexico. Well, I think this is a trip that really shows how urgent the situation really is. Most of the migrants to the U. S border are from three Central American countries. Mexico had been working with the former administration to keep them from making that journey through Mexico, but that largely stopped. Biden is now sending two top officials from the National Security Council and another from the state Department to the region. Roberta Jacobson. She will be leading talks with Mexico's foreign secretary, Marcello Abroad and other top Mexican officials. She was actually an ambassador to Mexico during the Obama administration, and she'll be joined by one Gonzales, the NSC senior director for the region. Now they'll be talking about how to manage the situation and also be exploring a joint development strategy for Mexico and the Northern Triangle countries, you know, trying to work together to address the root causes of migration. Let's take one example. Guatemala What's on the agenda there? Welcome. Salas, again from the NSC and Ricardo Zuniga from the State Department will travel to Guatemala to meet with president they part of the President Alejandro Giammetti and his foreign minister, Pedro Barolo, and other economic and security officials. They will also meet with representatives from the private sector and civil society groups. You know, the big picture here is that President Biden feels that security and prosperity in Central America Are closely linked to security and prosperity in the United States. Give us some context here in terms of how Biden waiting when he was vice president, and maybe what he's doing differently this time around as president. Well, his vice president, Biden led a similar effort to Rio to address the root causes of migration. It was called the Alliance for Prosperity, and it provided a billion dollars to help police training, judicial reform and and corruption. This time around. He wants to offer $4 billion. Now I talked to Andrew Seeley about this. He's the president of the Migration Policy Institute. He said Biden is finding out the hard reality about this challenge that faces all presidents. And that it's not easy. The border is to immigration politics with the Middle East is to foreign policy. You know, every president comes in determined to do something focus on a different part of immigration. And ends up sucked into the border in some way. Frankly, Biden now owns this issue and the political fall out in a way that he didn't when he was just the vice president and one big difference in his approach this time is that the administration is going to be a bit more clear eyed about the realities of corruption at the highest level of these governments and Central America. The administration says they will on Lee give the money to community and international organizations. How has the Biden administration responded to criticism from Republicans who are claiming that Biden triggered this influx of migrants by reversing some of the restrictive immigrant immigration policies? Of President Trump's, You know, it's been a difficult thing to answer. On the one hand, the bind Administration says Look, we're going to have a more humane policy and going to rebuild the asylum system, which was largely dismantled by the former administration. On the other hand, they're saying Don't come now. And there's a sense that that message is a little bit muddied. The White House insists they've been clear they point to the thousands of radio ads and targeted social media ads in the region that they say have reached millions of people. But the numbers of people coming to the border are still high. And while the administration says that most people are turned away Children or not, and some families are not as well. And will Biden visit the board? Well, he said yesterday that heals go at some point, but there's no sense that that will happen in the near future. That's NPR.

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Microsoft’s one-click tool to protect against cyberattacks is getting lots of downloads

Mark Levin

00:21 sec | Last month

Microsoft’s one-click tool to protect against cyberattacks is getting lots of downloads

"Oh, and Fox News, a tool designed to help businesses protect themselves from further cyber attacks after a global hack of Microsoft's email server software has been downloaded more than 25,000 times since it was released last week. That's according to the National Security Council. The tool was developed after a massive hack affecting an estimated tens of thousands of users of servers running Microsoft's

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The death toll rises sharply in  Myanmar

UN News

01:09 min | Last month

The death toll rises sharply in Myanmar

"The death toll among protesters in myanmar sword in the last week amid ongoing violence following the their urine rights chief. Michelle bachelet said on tuesday. Latest data from the office of the high commissioner for human rights confirms that at least at one hundred and forty nine people have been victims of the unlawful use of lethal force since the military takeover on the first of february at least eleven were killed on monday and fifty seven died over the weekend and there are many more reports of further killings that the un rights office said. It has not been able to corroborate yet. Spokesperson ravina shoved asahi told journalists in geneva that the high commissioner had appealed for all states which have influence to take measures to ensure that the violence comes to an end. There is really a clear need for a unified message from the security council to one stress that this violence needs to be brought to an end and to call for accountability of the perpetrators of this violence and of previous severe human rights violations. That were committed by the military with the situation dire and getting worse by the day. Ms shoved sunny added that the high commissioner was also concerned that any sanctions imposed against neon mar should be targeted against specific military officials rather than broad sanctions which may impact on the wider population

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Why Syria's civil war is still a "living nightmare" after 10 years

WBZ Afternoon News

00:38 sec | Last month

Why Syria's civil war is still a "living nightmare" after 10 years

"Today marks 10 years since the start of the Syrian civil war, which has devastated that country more from the BBC's moral. Alderson, the United Nations special envoy for Syria gape edition. Is calling for an end to what the U N describes as the country's living nightmare. 10 years after Syrians first held huge rallies, demanding peaceful political change, he's due to tell the Security Council there must be a negotiated end to the war that has since left hundreds of thousands of people in Syria dead or missing on 60% of the population at risk of hunger. Serious President Bashar al Assad's regime has been accused of war crimes. And using chemical weapons against its own

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Myanmar Ambassador to UN denounces military coup

UN News

01:39 min | Last month

Myanmar Ambassador to UN denounces military coup

"The un special envoy on myanmar has strongly condemned continuing bloodshed in the country after dozens of protesters were reportedly killed at the weekend in a on sunday. Special envoy christine strana burgener said that she had received accounts of killings mistreatment of demonstrators and torture of prisoners. The development comes as the myanmar military continues to face international calls including from the security council for restraint dialogue and full respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. After the first february military coup according to reports violence continued across myanmar over the weekend with thirty eight people killed on sunday alone on monday. The un independent human rights expert on myanmar also reiterated his appeal to you and member states to act to address the crisis special reporter. Tom andrews said that he was outraged at reports that so many protesters had been murdered by myanmar security forces in a single day. You and rights chief. Michelle basch on. Monday called on the south. Sudanese authorities to hold accountable. Although supporting local militias in to jonglei region ms bachelet appeal follows a wave of attacks on villages across jong lie and greater administrative area between january and august last year organized and heavily armed community based militias from the dinka nuer and merlin communities carried out the violence according to the report issued by the mission south sudan on miss and the un rights office wage chr the military and political figures who supported the local armed. Groups should be prosecuted. Ms bachelet said adding that they had deliberately fueled unexploited legalize tensions among our stations. The high commissioner said it was of paramount importance that the government stopped the supply of weapons to these militias.

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UN Security Council condemns violence in Myanmar

UN News

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

UN Security Council condemns violence in Myanmar

"Finally the united nations security council has strongly condemned the violence against peaceful protesters in myanmar and voiced deep concern movement restrictions amid ongoing protests at military takeover last month in a statement issued on wednesday night. The fifteen member body also reiterated at school for the immediate release of all those detained arbitrarily the council also expressed the need to uphold democratic institutions and processes and also refrain from violence while also urging humanitarian access to all those in need as the situation had the potential to make matters worse in raccoon state and other regions according to the un figures separate from the political strife that has resulted from the first february military takeover. About one million are in need of support and protection across myanmar

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"security council" Discussed on CFR On the Record

CFR On the Record

05:29 min | 2 months ago

"security council" Discussed on CFR On the Record

"You'll take it form of kind of the hippocratic oath to not do any harm to our national security interest with what we're doing so i mean i could go on about this. Obviously it's something. I'm i'm thinking about now. Continue to learn about. But but i think i think organizationally what is what's more important organization. I think is a common understanding and then the information flows and collaboration that occurs routinely to integrate economic efforts with national security and foreign policy efforts and take the next written question from monday. As an undergrad. At college of william and mary. The biden administration has made it clear that the role of the nfc will change in the face of the covid nineteen pandemic. what is your perspective on. What the role. The nfc should be Dealing with a whole a global health crisis. Will i think it's very similar to the overall the overall vision i laid out. You know which is to to coordinate integrate across departments cheese to give the president options and then to assist with implementation now in the national security on the national security council staff We had a we had a global health. Security directorate of very capably led they. Did i think very good work. If from a policy perspective but we learned a lot of lessons i think in the in the ineffective response problems in the response to covid nineteen and and i think what we learn. Maybe more than anything else is that you can't do anything physically with a policy paper unless the departments and agencies actually act on it and implement it and and and for this this is director that was that was subsumed within another one when my successor came in which i think. Probably in retrospect most agree was a mistake but but really we identified that. I think still stand out to be really three priorities for for coping with the grave threat associated with a pandemic and the biomedical mercy associated. With first of these is that is that we have to improve global surveillance and response such that we can identify an epidemic or a breakout quickly and they contain a close to its source. Okay first of all. Thanks chinese communist party. We couldn't do that right. Because of the delivered obfuscations the lies keeping it deliberately from from us punishing people who were trying to ring the alarm bells about the pandemic. So that didn't work. What do we need well. We need reform within the world health organization. I'm i wish that the bottom of station waited a little bit before rejoining instead eight what rejoin if and then fill in the blanks for what the world health resentment have to do to to to reform but so but we're arrested do this on her own our intelligence agencies. You're going to have to take this up right. This is gonna an intelligence problem that we're gonna have to really get better at early warning second. We had to mobilise of biomedical response..

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"security council" Discussed on CFR On the Record

CFR On the Record

05:35 min | 2 months ago

"security council" Discussed on CFR On the Record

"Ministers. Maybe your signal states huggy guy or gal and if feel like they need to reach you directly or something but of course then sharing that information with the with the secretary but mainly it's the national security adviser relationship and then finally your leader you know. I think it's important to recognize your leader of national credit council staff with extremely talented dedicated men and women who deserve your attention and who deserve you really what we call the military purpose motivation and direction right you stab which in which people are excited about coming to work. Because they know they're making a difference they're part of an organization is bound together by common purpose and mutual respect and they're part of organization that is trusted and valued across the government but also internationally in across the private sector and so forth. So so that. That's your job. I think in in five tasks and then what did i learn from historical perspective. I decide okay. Well maybe i ought to make sure that. I don't make the same mistakes that i called out. Mcgeorge bundy on roku duty. And the first of these was that the president and his cabinet. They didn't take enough time to think about the nature of the challenge. Vietnam right there were rushing right to action and so we put into place a new a new meeting. As part of regaining strategic focus of the of the national security council with re talk about that ethical versus strategic called a principal small group blaming session and this framing session was organized around a five page paper that was delivered about ninety six hours advance of these meetings and it was a paper that was that was rafted mainly policy planning at st with de policy with our staff facilitating the drafting of the paper. That really had just a few very important aspects of of the paper that that That form the basis of the discussion to frame this challenge the national security. The first of these is what is the nature of the challenge. Try to understand it on. Its own terms. The second is what are the vital interests at stake. This is really important because yet to explain the so why. Why should americans care about this challenge. And then the third part was to view that challenged the lens of our vital interests. Come up with an overarching goal and more specific objectives and then very very importantly assumptions assumptions. On which policy options would be based especially those involving an assessment of the degree to which we believe we have agency influence we being the united states and like minded partners over this complex jazz and then finally assessing risk but then also identifying obstacles to progress..

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"security council" Discussed on The World Next Week

The World Next Week

06:13 min | 2 months ago

"security council" Discussed on The World Next Week

"It's your job to staff the president what's unique about your role. Overall is that you are the only person in the foreign policy and defense establishment pretty stylish men who has the president as his or her only client. So you have to do your best to serve that president well helped. The president established his or her agenda and and make the best decisions. The second thing you do is you run a process. This is really important. It's a process across departments and agencies convene expertise and principles and deputies. The principals committee has made it made at cabinet officials with natural related portfolio and and rather process to develop options multiple options in australia. This in a moment so the president can make the best possible decisions and then also to assist with the integrated and sensible implementation of the president's policies and decision so it's it's staffing. it's and then it's the process. The third thing you do is you. Help communicate you help. Communicate the presence decisions and policies to the relevant audiences of course that's primarily across those departments and agencies. I tend to believe national security should be a little bit behind the scenes. But you know when you have apparently of introverted secretaries talking to the press sometimes you have to explain these policies and decisions to the american people and then also relevant international audiences as well or members of the congress although again the departments and agencies because congress has oversight of those departments. That's the best way to do that but on occasion it's important for not secure by to have those engagements the you're the fourth heat task is to help ensure unity of effort with like-minded partners and especially with with with like minded. Liberal democracies around the world and our allies and and and that's done mainly through relationships with other national security advisers internationally. It's a fun part of the job. Sometimes it's with heads of state especially have pre existing relationships with them. Sometimes it's with foreign ministers if maybe you're signal states huggy guy or gal and if feel like they need to reach you directly or something but of course then sharing that information with the with the secretary but mainly it's the national security adviser relationship and then finally your leader you know. I think it's important to recognize your leader of national credit council staff with extremely talented dedicated men and women who deserve your attention and who deserve you really what we call the military purpose motivation and direction right you stab which in which people are excited about coming to work. Because they know they're making a difference they're part of an organization is bound together by common purpose and mutual respect and they're part of organization that is trusted and valued across the government but also internationally in across the private sector and so forth. So so that. That's your job. I think in in five tasks and then what did i learn from historical perspective. Decide okay. well maybe. I ought to make sure that. I don't make the same mistakes that i called out. Mcgeorge bundy on roku derelict of duty. And the first of these was that the president and his cabinet. They didn't take enough time to think about the nature of the challenge. Vietnam right there were rushing right to action and so we put into place a new a new meeting as part of regaining a strategic focus of the of the national security council with re talk about that ethical versus strategic called a principal. Small group blaming session and this framing session was organized around five page paper that was delivered about ninety six hours advance of these meetings and it was a paper that was that was rafted mainly policy planning at st with de policy with our staff facilitating the drafting of the paper. That really had just a few very important aspects of of the paper that that That form the basis of the discussion to frame this challenge the national security. The first of these. What is the nature of the challenge. Try to understand it on. its own terms. The second is what are the vital interests at stake. This is really important because yet to explain the so why. Why should americans care about this challenge. And then the third part was to view that challenged the lens of our vital interests. Come up with an overarching goal and more specific objectives and then very very importantly assumptions assumptions. On which policy options would be based especially those involving an assessment of the degree to which we believe we have agency influence we being the united states and like minded partners over this complex jeff and then finally assessing risk but then also identifying obstacles to progress. What's impeding us from getting to where we'd like to be a connection with this challenge and what are opportunities and then paper stops right and then the this principals committee meeting of national security council began with. Hey what do you think we have this right. And we re thinking about this right way robin and then the policy coordinating committee is the second level. Listening into this. They're getting would is often absent in washington which is guidance from senior leaders. That will help them do the work that they need to do. And then after that discussion about a half an hour maybe a little bit more. we said. Okay now what are your ideas. What are your ideas about how to integrate of national power efforts of like minded partners to to overcome those obstacles to progress to take advantage of opportunities. And then you will get great. Collaboration could imagine the secretary of the treasury what we could sanction these entities associated with with facilitating smuggling of prohibited goods into north korea. But it won't do any good if others don't listen the sanctions and the secretary of state can say well. I can work on that. I'm just think of a million ways. These conversations happen. That's more guidance. Right and so at the end of that would bring our framing to the president when he proved it. I sent out a cabinet memo and we began to develop options which is point number. Two number one is kind of combination frame and he how about having gone objective or vietnam..

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"security council" Discussed on CFR On the Record

CFR On the Record

04:48 min | 2 months ago

"security council" Discussed on CFR On the Record

"These were big big changes and it caused a lot of consternation on the hill and within departments and agencies your as they are concerned about their own institutional prerogatives and and it was in a report and call the ever stat report. A few years later that clarified the role of the council right. The function of the council to advise the president with respect to the integration of domestic foreign and military policies related to the national security so as to enable the military services and other departments and agencies of the government operate more effectively in matters involving national security. And so this was the idea of the national security council. That with me into the job. And i'll just just tell a quick story about first few days on the job i was. I was walking in my hometown of philadelphia. Pennsylvania on my way to a to the foreign policy research institute a very powerful but mighty think there in my hometown to talk about russian new generation. Warfare study we commissioned on it and our our findings and recommendations and my phone rang and it was partially blocked. The number saying hey. Can you come to mar-a-lago on sunday. An interview for the job of national security advisor. This was a friday actually wanted me to the next one of going. On sunday i interviewed at a second interview on monday. Bumped into ambassador bolton awkwardly in the men's room they're trying to keep a separate from each other but saw them waiting in for the interview and then was hired. That day flew back. i did live in washington. They flew me back On marine aircraft to my home in tidewater virginia attacked bag. And i started work the next day tuesday right after president's day weekend and so not a heck of a lot of time to prepare but what i was really grateful for was the opportunity to read and thought about him. Researched and written about national security decision making during the period in which vietnam became an american war. And that was the book..

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"security council" Discussed on The World Next Week

The World Next Week

08:19 min | 2 months ago

"security council" Discussed on The World Next Week

"We are honored to have with us today. Hr mcmaster to talk about the role of national security council. We shared his bio with you. So i'm just going to get a few highlights distinguished career. General mcmaster is the fraud and michelle jami senior fellow at the hoover institution. He also is a fellow at this fogli institute and lecturer at stanford university's graduate school of business. He was the twenty-six consistent to the president for national security affairs he graduated from the us military academy he served as a commissioned officer in the us army for thirty four years before retiring as a lieutenant general in june. Two thousand eighteen from two thousand fourteen to two thousand seventeen. He served as director of the army. Capabilities integration center and deputy commanding general of the us army training and doctrine command. He's extensive experience leading soldiers organizations and more time and has served overseas to senior commanders in the middle east iraq and afghanistan. General mcmaster is author of several books including the most recent book battlegrounds the fight to defend the free world so i commend that book to all of you. So general mcmaster. Thank you very much for being with us today for your service to this country I thought we could begin by having you describe or give an overview of policy parties face the national security council. It's role And how you see. It's rolling chris year being. Us security great great eight banks arena and thanks for the great work that the council is doing great work that you do all the time to keep everything going. I'm always amazed at what you do to organize and keep us all convenience and get us all together and thanks to all of you who are attending. Today it's a real privilege to be able to talk with you. At a critical time for our nation. And and i think our national security council and the national security council staff is really more important to our national security and the advancement of our interests protection of our nation than ever so. I'm a historian so it's probably pretty predictable. That would go back to the history of the nfc to provide some context. I think the pri- for the is really overall to to improve our strategic competence to help us compete more effectively advance and protect america's vital interest in the in the world. And i would say those vital interests include obviously our security protecting the homeland american citizens abroad. It also involves i. I think our prosperity right setting conditions for the promotion of our prosperity and our ability to create opportunities and a better future for generations of americans to come and that it also has a lot to do with our influence in the world. Especially when you consider the sorts of competitions were in internationally and in particular these days the the the china's to promote its authoritarian mercantilists model at our at our expense. So i'm happy to talk about any of those policy issues. But i go back to the founding of the national security council staff and just to note that that it was it was created the national security council staff the national security council eventually the national security adviser position in fifty three lagging. A little bit was created really as a response to world war two as response initially to pearl harbor. Tricky dick surprise but then the the observation that in war we needed to integrate all elements of national power efforts like minded partners and that really couldn't occur effectively within a single department of government. Right wouldn't be happening in secretary of war or or or or within within the state department and so the charter from nine hundred forty i. It was for the national council to enable the military services and other departments and agencies in the government to cooperate more effectively in matters involving the national security. So you can see kind of bring defense heavy Interpretation of the national security council will do that evolved over time to include a broader perspective on foreign policy for example and of course this creates some tension across the government periodically especially with the secretary of state or or with the secretary of defense. But really i think that there you can think of the nfc staff in either three ways really kind of defect defense heavy you know as it was at the beginning and in in nineteen forty seven and with the amendment of the national security Act in in in forty nine but then you can think of it. More broadly in terms of foreign foreign policy related or you can think of it as an interdisciplinary organization that brings different perspectives and best advice to bear on the greatest challenges facing who assist the president the president and establishing his or her priorities in the area of foreign policy and and defense and national security. More more broadly. And i think this last approach that that is that is relevant to today especially when you think about the complex competitions while with which which with woodward involved and i thought that it would be important for for us maybe as well to familiarize ourselves with what what the national security act did right it. It established the national security council. This nine hundred. Forty-seven establish the city defense and integrated department of defense established the department of the airport. Sad day for the army we have to admit back then in nineteen forties and then and then it also effectively demoted the service secretary subcabinet level but established as well. These were big big changes and it caused a lot of consternation on the hill and within departments and agencies your as they are concerned about their own institutional prerogatives and and it was in a report and call the ever stat report. A few years later that clarified the role of the council right. The function of the council to advise the president with respect to the integration of domestic foreign and military policies related to the national security so as to enable the military services and other departments and agencies of the government operate more effectively in matters involving national security. And so this was the idea of the national security council. That with me into the job. And i'll just just tell a quick story about first few days on the job i was. I was walking in my hometown of philadelphia. Pennsylvania on my way to a to the foreign policy research institute a very powerful but mighty think there in my hometown to talk about russian new generation. Warfare study we commissioned on it and our our findings and recommendations and my phone rang and it was partially blocked. The number saying hey. Can you come to mar-a-lago on sunday. An interview for the job of national security advisor. This was a friday actually wanted me to the next one of going. On sunday i interviewed at a second interview on monday. Bumped into ambassador bolton awkwardly in the men's room they're trying to keep a separate from each other but saw them waiting in for the interview and then was hired. That day flew back. i did live in washington. They flew me back On marine aircraft to my home in tidewater virginia attacked bag. And i started work the next day tuesday right after president's day weekend and so not a heck of a lot of time to prepare but what i was really grateful for was the opportunity to read and thought about him. Researched and written about national security decision making during the period in which vietnam became an american war. And that was the book. I wrote entitled dereliction of duty. So i thought what i taught you about. Is the understanding of my job. Brought into it based on on my my historical researching and studying the position teaching national security from a historical perspective at west point and then And then also just talk to you about really what. I endeavoured to do to avoid the mistakes of this period in which vietnam became an american more. I'll try just very quickly in about five point each right. So hey what. What does the national screwed adviser do. Well i think. I think you have five key tasks that you have to accomplish to serve a president will the first of these is you have to staff the president. You have to help. The president prepare for any engagement on foreign policy it could be a decision-making form it could be an engagement with congress. It could be a foreign leader. Visited could be a phone call with a foreign leader..

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"security council" Discussed on CFR On the Record

CFR On the Record

05:32 min | 2 months ago

"security council" Discussed on CFR On the Record

"We are honored to have with us today. Hr mcmaster to talk about the role of national security council. We shared his bio with you. So i'm just going to get a few highlights distinguished career. General mcmaster is the fraud and michelle jami senior fellow at the hoover institution. He also is a fellow at this fogli institute and lecturer at stanford university's graduate school of business. He was the twenty six assistant to the president. For national security affairs he graduated from the us military. Academy he served as a commissioned officer in the us army for thirty four years before retiring as a lieutenant general in june two thousand eighteen from two thousand fourteen to two thousand seventeen he served as director of the army capabilities integration center and deputy commanding general of the us army training and doctrine command. He's extensive experience leading soldiers organizations and more time and has served overseas to senior commanders in the middle east iraq and afghanistan. General mcmaster is author of several books including the most recent book battlegrounds the fight to defend the free world so i commend that book to all of you. So general mcmaster. Thank you very much for being with us today for your service to this country I thought we could begin by having you describe or give an overview of policy parties face the national security council. It's role And how you see. It's rolling chris year being. Us security great great eight banks arena and thanks for the great work that the council is doing great work that you do all the time to keep everything going. I'm always amazed at what you do to organize and keep us all convenience and get us all together and thanks to all of you who are attending. Today it's a real privilege to be able to talk with you. At a critical time for our nation. And and i think our national security council and the national security council staff is really more important to our national security and the advancement of our interests protection of our nation than ever so. I'm a historian so it's probably pretty predictable. That would go back to the history of the nfc to provide some context. I think the pri- for the is really overall to to improve our strategic competence to help us compete more effectively advance and protect america's vital interest in the in the world. And i would say those vital interests include obviously our security protecting the homeland american citizens abroad. It also involves i. I think our prosperity right setting conditions for the promotion of our prosperity and our ability to create opportunities and a better future for generations of americans to come and that it also has a lot to do with our influence in the world. Especially when you consider the sorts of competitions were in internationally and in particular these days the the the china's to promote its authoritarian mercantilists model at our at our expense. So i'm happy to talk about any of those policy issues. But i go back to the founding of the national security council staff and just to note that that it was it was created the national security council staff the national security council eventually the national security adviser position in fifty three lagging. A little bit was created really as a response to world war two as response initially to pearl harbor..

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Why the hack of Microsoft's email system is getting worse

CNBC's Fast Money

03:29 min | 2 months ago

Why the hack of Microsoft's email system is getting worse

"Welcome back to fast. We're learning more about a massive hack attack on microsoft's widely use email software. Some thirty thousand. Us companies could have been hitting this attack age avarice has got the very latest ayman. Yeah melissa the white house says it's leading a whole of government response taking this very seriously. Here's the statement from the national security council earlier in response to this hack which is allegedly coming from china. They say this is an active threat still developing and we urge network operators to take it very seriously. They say they're still figuring out. Exactly how a network operators can mitigate this threat but i talked to the president of one of the cybersecurity companies earlier today one of the cyber security companies that i spotted this exploit in the wild and actually alerted microsoft to the fact that they had a problem with their microsoft exchange email server software and i asked him why this thing was so hard to see he explained. This was tricky. Take a listen. It was quite under the radar and the sense that it wouldn't trigger any security alarm bells. Wouldn't trigger antivirus software. The actions that are being taken you know weren't too alarming of raising the alert but when our team kind of dug in a bit. You know we've found. Hey these guys are actually exploiting a bug in microsoft exchange so too big problems here. One is the fact that if you patch this software. Now you're not necessarily going to mitigate the damage because the attacker could already be inside your systems right so if the chinese are in your system reading your email and you closed the front door. The burglar is still in the building. That's necessarily a solution. The other big problem here is that other hacking entities around the world watched this unfolding last week and decided to pile on take advantage of some of the same zero day exploits that these chinese hackers were allegedly using and that means that a lot more entities out there a lot more groups of bad guys could be exploiting this same information stealing this email and doing just about anything with it so you could see ransomware attacks. You could see all kinds of other developments as a result of this hack and we still haven't seen all of that play out yet so some real problems now for. It departments and for people in the suite trying to figure out what to do with all this aim and it sounds like it's mostly small and medium sized businesses but what alarms me was that electric providers also hit reportedly in this attack. And you sort of walk through and for people who are sort of discounting this thinking just small medium sized business at the chinese get into the the personal email of an ice cream parlor like that's not going to be a big deal but the ramifications are actually much bigger than that. Yeah i mean what microsoft said in its initial posting about this is that they were targeting infectious disease experts law firms non-governmental organizations so a range of things that could involve classified technology or could involve sort of defense industrial complex stuff generally but also very specific medical and disease information potentially around covid nineteen and other other things so just imagine the damage that could happen to you as a company. If you're law firm got hit by one of these writing and that's all your secrets are right so the problem is pretty exponential and we just don't know who else has now piled on and is also stealing emails as a result of this same exploit because a lot of bad guys around the world said. Hey you know what. That's a great idea. we can do that too. And they piled in through the week last week. All right amen. Thank you

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"security council" Discussed on The Current

The Current

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"security council" Discussed on The Current

"This is the policy of the African Union that the world has changed, and the way that we do peacekeeping us change and the concentration of peace of Kannada Kinda, that peacekeeping is about strategy leadership. It's about training. It's about the strategy deployment. It's about politics the top leadership this is what it is, and this is what kind of those providing at the moment and the world is really recovered. Canada is a leader in peacekeeping last week. Dick fat and the former national security advisor to the prime minister was on this program. He said that the decision. Not to release the CFO of way among one joe with create further damage to relations between Canada and China, and said that damage could involve an active campaign by China to thwart our efforts to win a UN Security Council seat. Have you seen evidence of that campaign? I've not seen any evidence of that campaign and I can tell that you know the the one hundred ninety two countries of the world that will have to make a decision with Canada and ten days on this election. There's one hundred and ninety two different reasons why they will all not will not vote for Canada. The candidate China China has enormous influence with many of those countries countries. That candidate has been lobbying including nations in Africa. Well you know as I said the countries have many reasons to elect one country another to the Security Council, the also recognized that they have multiple interest in the world, and nobody sees the world as just the in their relationship with the bilateral relationship I can tell you that countries look at the. Can you know will decide on based on? Yes, the foreign policy of the country involved they. They will decide on the leadership. WHO's the leader of that country? That's very important. Our Best Guard at the moment is the leadership of Justin Trudeau on economic security. In this crisis of of the pandemic. It is recognized globally. The other issue is they will look at hallways, the bilateral relationship, always the policy of the country, seeking to seat on the regional relationship if these. These meant if this multifactorial and it is not one issue and actually candidates doing very well. You know we are cautiously optimistic This has been a very competitive race. You have three countries that are very well respected in the world that are tweet, great friends and that can do that. Do a lot together, and we'll see in ten days. We'll only know when ten days whether. Whether results would be just in the last minute, or so that we have the prime minister as you know, has placed a a a lot of prestige and pride an effort on on winning. This seat 'cause a lot of money as well and traveling around to win those votes. How damaging would it be the candidates image and to that of the prime minister.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Crisis the us representative nikki haley made it clear that her country believed russia was behind the attack on mr scruple we're here today to discuss the use of a chemical weapon by one council member in the territory of another councilmember the united states believes that russia is responsible for the attack on two people in the united kingdom using a military grade nerve agent nick bryant is our correspondent at the u n condemnation of russia exactly the reason why britain cooled this emergency session at wanted to show of international solidarity in standoff with russia over this chemical weapon attack which is deputy representative permanent representative john island described as state sponsored i mean it was extrordinary to watch this nominee international hotspots such as serious sedan sad sit on that come on the attention of the united nations security council today it was a sleepy cathedral city of salisbury it was remarkable to hear this unfold nikki haley delivered the most hard hitting speech she said that washington believed now that moscow was responsible for using military great nerve agent and that's the first time in official from the trump administration has explicitly blamed moscow without qualification so what did the russian ambassador have to say the russian ambassador said that the celebrity attack should never have been dranked before the security council in the first place in deep before the meeting began he tried to use procedural measures to delight star he did by thirty minutes fastly nevada who's the moscow's permanent representative here in new york denied any russian involvement in the attack he demanded material proof from britain to support his charges sergei lavrov the russian foreign minister had done twenty four hours before and in the face of condemnation from most members to security council his speech was often rambling and quite bizarre at one stage she said that she'll homes would help solve the case and he quoted off the conan doyle's another.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Crisis the us representative nikki haley made it clear that her country believed russia was behind the attack on mr scruple we're here today to discuss the use of a chemical weapon by one council member in the territory of another councilmember the united states believes that russia is responsible for the attack on two people in the united kingdom using a military grade nerve agent nick bryant is our correspondent at the u n condemnation of russia exactly the reason why britain cooled this emergency session at wanted to show of international solidarity in standoff with russia over this chemical weapon attack which is deputy representative permanent representative john island described as state sponsored i mean it was extrordinary to watch this nominee international hotspots such as serious sedan sad sit on that come on the attention of the united nations security council today it was a sleepy cathedral city of salisbury it was remarkable to hear this unfold nikki haley delivered the most hard hitting speech she said that washington believed now that moscow was responsible for using military great nerve agent and that's the first time in official from the trump administration has explicitly blamed moscow without qualification so what did the russian ambassador have to say the russian ambassador said that the celebrity attack should never have been dranked before the security council in the first place in deep before the meeting began he tried to use procedural measures to delight star he did by thirty minutes fastly nevada who's the moscow's permanent representative here in new york denied any russian involvement in the attack he demanded material proof from britain to support his charges sergei lavrov the russian foreign minister had done twenty four hours before and in the face of condemnation from most members to security council his speech was often rambling and quite bizarre at one stage she said that she'll homes would help solve the case and he quoted off the conan doyle's another.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm alex richardson and in the early hours of thursday the fifteenth of march these are main stories britain has told the united nations security council but russia used a chemical weapon on british soil moscow has dismissed the allegation in america school children stage a nationwide walkout in support of gun reform more than two thousand police have quelled rioting inmates at a bolivia in prison also in this podcast scientists say they've found microscopic bits of plastic in buffered water that typical particles of classic that we're finding it's probably about the width of the human ham and found see having the contents of your brain downloaded the only catch the procedure is one hundred percent fatal i came the poisoning of a double agent on british soil apparently with a russian made nerve agent then the british prime minister announced sanctions against russia including the expulsion of more than twenty suspected agents moscow insists it had nothing to do with the attack on sergei scruple the former agent who is still in a critical condition and speaking on tv a russian foreign ministry spokesperson maria rover could not hide her contempt for british officials skim we mean deal the beautiful blue you've what she can you imagine who we are dealing with these people have no idea about professionalism diplomacy international law any international organizations second simply liars real fullyfledged liars the united nations security council has been meeting to consider the growing.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm alex richardson and in the early hours of thursday the fifteenth of march these are main stories britain has told the united nations security council but russia used a chemical weapon on british soil moscow has dismissed the allegation in america school children stage a nationwide walkout in support of gun reform more than two thousand police have quelled rioting inmates at a bolivia in prison also in this podcast scientists say they've found microscopic bits of plastic in buffered water that typical particles of classic that we're finding it's probably about the width of the human ham and found see having the contents of your brain downloaded the only catch the procedure is one hundred percent fatal i came the poisoning of a double agent on british soil apparently with a russian made nerve agent then the british prime minister announced sanctions against russia including the expulsion of more than twenty suspected agents moscow insists it had nothing to do with the attack on sergei scruple the former agent who is still in a critical condition and speaking on tv a russian foreign ministry spokesperson maria rover could not hide her contempt for british officials skim we mean deal the beautiful blue you've what she can you imagine who we are dealing with these people have no idea about professionalism diplomacy international law any international organizations second simply liars real fullyfledged liars the united nations security council has been meeting to consider the growing.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc the details of our complete range of programmes bbc world service dot com slash forecasts welcome to the latest global news compiled in the early hours of the morning on sunday the 25th of february i'm clermont donald with a selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up the un security council unanimously approves the resolution demanding a 30day ceasefire in syria we all failed them this week this resolution marked a moment of council unity that we must seize and maintain beyond the 30day timeframe one of america's richest men warren buffett says president trump's recent tax cuts gave his firm a twenty nine billion dollar windfall last year six days since suspected boko haram militants kidnap over a hundred girls only now their names released the families of destroyed my tastes flow without stopping i would rather see had at body brought to me so that we give her befitting burial rather them for her to be under the captivity of boko haram members students protesting one of at least a dozen rallies in italy against neofascist parties have clashed with police and how us scientists to helping speed up the recovery of stroke patients to be able to put panther on the body and really a thatthe one muffled groups are working or not can really a pinpoint the areas affected by the stroke but first the un security council has unanimously demanded a 30day ceasefire in syria as airstrikes on the rebel enclave of eastern gusa have taken the civilian death toll to more than five hundred with the support of russia the security council approved a resolution calling for a ceasefire without delay in order to allow for humanitarian aid deliveries and medical evacuations but it comes after a week of deliberating is the us ambassador to the un nikki haley there is no good reason we shouldn't have done this wednesday or thursday or friday we may not know the faith.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc the details of our complete range of programmes bbc world service dot com slash forecasts welcome to the latest global news compiled in the early hours of the morning on sunday the 25th of february i'm clermont donald with a selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up the un security council unanimously approves the resolution demanding a 30day ceasefire in syria we all failed them this week this resolution marked a moment of council unity that we must seize and maintain beyond the 30day timeframe one of america's richest men warren buffett says president trump's recent tax cuts gave his firm a twenty nine billion dollar windfall last year six days since suspected boko haram militants kidnap over a hundred girls only now their names released the families of destroyed my tastes flow without stopping i would rather see had at body brought to me so that we give her befitting burial rather them for her to be under the captivity of boko haram members students protesting one of at least a dozen rallies in italy against neofascist parties have clashed with police and how us scientists to helping speed up the recovery of stroke patients to be able to put panther on the body and really a thatthe one muffled groups are working or not can really a pinpoint the areas affected by the stroke but first the un security council has unanimously demanded a 30day ceasefire in syria as airstrikes on the rebel enclave of eastern gusa have taken the civilian death toll to more than five hundred with the support of russia the security council approved a resolution calling for a ceasefire without delay in order to allow for humanitarian aid deliveries and medical evacuations but it comes after a week of deliberating is the us ambassador to the un nikki haley there is no good reason we shouldn't have done this wednesday or thursday or friday we may not know the faith.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"We saw this past day and briefly wednesday due to blow over well i believe it on monday is due to weak normally you'd think it was cold but that does made the temperature rural monday nora trevelyan in new york city the french president emmanuel macron's told his turkish counterpart wretched type edouard that there's no chance of turkey making progress in his effort to join the european union prison micro so there were differences over human rights off to the turkish government began purging suspected followers of a muslim cleric it blames for a failed coup however present other ones that it was necessary to guard against journalists he described as governors of tara the move tara doesn't form by itself there are so called garden as if tara and terrorists these gardeners of those people viewed think his they right in the newspapers that columns as if watering them they are the ideologues you contribute to terrorism and one day you find these people show up as a terrorist in front of you with more on president matt crumbs comments from paris his he scaffold president mackerel and said it was time to end the hypocrisy of pretending that there was any prospect of an advance in turkey's membership talks with the eu these have an effect be halted since the crackdown in turkey following the attempted coup data in 2016 but president akron also said it was important to keep a close relationship with ankara and that perhaps they should explore an option short of full eu membership a partnership as he described it that would anchor the turkish people in europe president edwin for his part said that turkey was tired of constantly imploring to be admit.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"In the end the iranian people will determine their own destiny and let there be no doubt whatsoever the united states stands unapologetically with those in iran who seek freedom for themselves prosperity for their families and dignity for their nation however iranian officials who blamed the us for instigating the demonstrations along with russia accused the americans of abusing their power by calling for the un meeting even france questioned the move saying interference in iran's affairs could be counterproductive with more on the security council meeting his barbara plus russia nikki haley use the un platform to warn iran that the world was watching its response to the antigovernment protests she said the iranian people were telling tehran to stop taking their wealth and spending it on foreign fighters and proxy wars amplifying the trump administration's criticism of iran's regional interventions her call for the emergency meeting took security council members by surprise and she had lobby against russian opposition to get it moscow believes the protests are an internal issue and it's not alone some european countries have also been cautious about raising the matter at the council barbara plant usher in washington dc meemaw people across the northeastern united states of facing a recordbreaking freeze just a day after huge winter storm watch travel chaos to the region known as a bomb cyclonic dumped snow as far south as florida on the coast of new england john waves and flooding added to the disruption this family had to be rescued from their home in massachusetts was diff coming down it was like up to my way back in a scary hand heroin may get out they came up to the front door and they.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc sales of our complete range of programmes to bbcworldservicecom but would slash podcast welcome to the latest global news compounded the early hours of saturday the six of january i'm overcome way with the selection of highlights from across the bbc world service coming up the us kohl's on the un security council to back protest as in rome let there be no doubt whatsoever the united states stands unapologetically with those in iran who seek freedom for themselves prosperity for their families and dignity for their nation that america america's criticized by russia and others for interfering in an internal iranian matter also in the podcast we have a special report from yemen is our correspondent investigates how former president ali abdallah saleh who was killed china announced his plans to plump thousands of trees the author a book about the trump administration condemned is full of lies by the white house hits back and we'll hear about india's national obsession with quiz competitions but first move in a week off to antigovernment protests began in iran the us has been trying to boost international support the antigovernment demonstrators there with an emergency meeting at the un security council the us ambassador nikki haley said america's supported the iranian people's right to protest and urged other nations to do the same i call on all of my colleagues to join me and amplifying a message of the iranian people and i call on the government of iran to stop censoring the voice of the people and to restore the access to the internet because.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc sales of our complete range of programmes to bbcworldservicecom but would slash podcast welcome to the latest global news compounded the early hours of saturday the six of january i'm overcome way with the selection of highlights from across the bbc world service coming up the us kohl's on the un security council to back protest as in rome let there be no doubt whatsoever the united states stands unapologetically with those in iran who seek freedom for themselves prosperity for their families and dignity for their nation that america america's criticized by russia and others for interfering in an internal iranian matter also in the podcast we have a special report from yemen is our correspondent investigates how former president ali abdallah saleh who was killed china announced his plans to plump thousands of trees the author a book about the trump administration condemned is full of lies by the white house hits back and we'll hear about india's national obsession with quiz competitions but first move in a week off to antigovernment protests began in iran the us has been trying to boost international support the antigovernment demonstrators there with an emergency meeting at the un security council the us ambassador nikki haley said america's supported the iranian people's right to protest and urged other nations to do the same i call on all of my colleagues to join me and amplifying a message of the iranian people and i call on the government of iran to stop censoring the voice of the people and to restore the access to the internet because.

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