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Western efforts to defuse Kosovo crisis mount as ethnic Serbs in Kosovo rally anew after clashes
"The U.S. and EU are ramping up efforts to diffuse a crisis in Kosovo. Ethnic Serbs are continuing to protest in northern Kosovo, where clashes with NATO peacekeepers recently left dozens injured. Over fears of renewed conflict in the troubled region, EU officials are now in talks with Serbia and Kosovo top officials in NATO ascending 700 more troops. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is urging all parties to deescalate tension and his EU counterpart to separation calls the situation dangerous and unsustainable. Ethnic Serbs are in minority and Kosovo, but in majority in the country's north, with many rejecting the Albanian majority territories claim of independence from Serbia. I'm Mimi Montgomery
30 international peacekeepers injured in fierce clashes with ethnic Serbs in northern Kosovo
"The NATO led peacekeeping force and Kosovo has raised the number of its troops injured in fierce clashes with ethnic Serbs to 30, the Serbs were trying to block newly elected ethnic Albanian officials from entering municipal buildings in northern Kosovo after taking up their posts last week. A statement says 11 Italian and 19 Hungarian soldiers have sustained multiple injuries including fractures and burns from improvised explosive incendiary devices. It adds three Hungarian soldiers were wounded by the use of firearms, but their injuries are not life threatening. Kosovo police fired tear gas to disperse the crowd as they tried to let new officials into the offices. Serbia put the country's military on high alert and sent more troops to the border with Kosovo, the two countries have been foes for decades with Belgrade refusing to recognize Kosovo's 2008 sovereignty. I'm Lawrence Brooks
"serbia" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Think by Stein is such a big economic mess right now. Last month and even now, people are standing in long queues just to purchase flower for to make their bread and things are so bad that they haven't been so bad in a long time. And we would have moved in if they knew that they could handle the country economically. And which they can't, things are as desperate as they can be. So they kind of. Are trying to run things, but it seems that they can't anymore. And the resort to brute force which they have done in the past, I think we will get into probably a much bigger mess than we are in right now. And I think probably army fears that too. So I don't think there will be any direction by the army. They will try to do what they've been doing in the past, but they will stay on the sidelines and they will try to run things. But increasingly, it seems that they're not able to do what they've been able to do in the past. Thank you for being with us award winning Pakistani writer and journalist based in Karachi. Former editor of the BBC urdu service in London speaking to us from London. This is democracy now democracy now dot org, the war and peace report. We end today's show in Serbia, which is reeling from a pair of mass shootings that left 17 people dead. On May 3rd, a 13 year old boy, a student, went on a rampage at a school in the capitol Belgrade, killing 8 students in a school guard. It was Serbia's first mass school shooting. The following day, a 21 year old Serbian man shot dead 8 people. Nearby. The shooting shocked the country and led to quick calls for sweeping gun control measures and Serbia's president Alexander vucic. Vowed to completely disarm the country more than 6000 in registered guns and weapons have already been turned in after the gunman announced a month long Amnesty on illegal weapons. Nearly 300,000 rounds of ammunition have also been surrendered. We go now to the Serbian journalists, liliana, small bitch. She is a former editor of Politico. The oldest daily newspaper in the Balkans also is a columnist for Bill grade political weekly magazine. We welcome you back to democracy now, liliana, thank you so much for being with us. Can you first lay out what happened? And then the country's response, the population. In fact, there's about to be yet another anti gun mass mobilization in Belgrade today. First time, you know, there's a sense of security has been taken away completely. So what they're thinking now is is my child safe at school. This other mass murder happened in the sleepy little suburb of Belgrade. They're wondering, can we still meet at plate with neighbors and walk home afterwards? So there's this shock and surprise and something that's never happened before. Last week after 17 people were killed and the two mass shootings, including 8 children, tens of thousands of people joined protests against gun violence in Belgrade, demanding top government officials resign. This is a protester
Serbians hand over thousands of weapons after mass shootings - NBC News
"Serbian citizens have handed over thousands of unregistered weapons as part of an anti gun crackdown after two mass shootings, authorities have told citizens to give up unregistered weapons by June the 8th or face prison sentences, the crackdown on guns comes after over a dozen people were killed in two mass shootings, one of the shootings took place in a school for the first time ever in Serbia. I'm Karen Chammas
"serbia" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"Silent march in Serbia after two mass shootings. Yellen says no good options if Republicans fail to raise debt limits. And Trump's absence at rape trial shows that he did it accuses lawyer says. It's Tuesday. May 9. I'm Anthony Davis. Thousands of people marched in silence on Monday in Serbia in the major outpouring of grief and anger against the populist government and how it reacted after two mass shootings last week that left 17 people dead and 21 wounded, many of them children. The gatherings in Belgrade and in the northern city of Novi sad were dubbed Serbia against violence. They were called by opposition parties which demanded the resignation of government ministers and the withdrawal of licenses for the state controlled mainstream media that promote violence and often host convicted war criminals and crime figures on their programs. After the protests officially ended, some of the protesters chanted slogans against Serbia's increasingly autocratic president Alexander vucic, demanding that he stepped down as they passed by government headquarters in Belgrade. The president later dismissed the protesters shameful during an interview on pro government happy television. He accused the opposition of abusing people's grief for their political ends and inciting violence. The shootings on Wednesday in Belgrade at an elementary school and on Thursday in a rural area south of the capital left the nation stunned. They triggered calls to encourage tolerance and rid society of widespread hate speech and a gun culture stemming from the 1990s wars. Education minister Branco ruzic submitted his resignation on Sunday an authorities launched a gun crackdown, but opposition said this was too little too late. The school shooting on Wednesday was the first in Serbia's recent history, a 13 year old boy took his father's guns and opened fire at the school he attended in the heart of Belgrade, shooting at his peers and killing 7 girls, one boy, and a school guard. A day later a 20 year old man used an automatic weapon in a shooting rampage in two villages in central Serbia, randomly killing 8 people and wounding 14. Prosecutors said that he has confessed to the killings and said he wanted to spread fear among residents on Monday, people who owned unlicensed guns could start handing them over at police stations without punishment. Other new gun control measures include a moratorium on new licenses, strict control of existing ones and the tightening of rules for gun possession, which officials say will leave many current gun owners without weapons. US Treasury secretary Janet Yellen has said that a failure by the Republican majority Congress to raise the $31.4 trillion federal debt limit would cause a huge hit to the U.S. economy and weaken the dollar as the world's reserve currency asked whether the US Treasury could prioritize payouts to bondholders in the event of a default, Yellen said that president Joe Biden would be forced to make decisions on what to do with treasury's resources if the debt ceiling was not raised, but declined to discuss or rank the options. She said Biden hoped to establish a process for discussing and compromising on fiscal policy issues and his budget proposal with congressional Republicans, but would not do it with a gun to his or the American people's heads. Biden insists that Congress has a constitutional duty to raise the debt ceiling, which reflects previously spent federal money without conditions, but Republicans have tied any increase to sweeping budget cuts that Democrats oppose with the intention of crashing the economy just to own the libs. Biden will meet today with Republican House speaker Kevin McCarthy, Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell and top congressional Democrats at The White House to try to break the impasse. Yelling conceded there was a very big gap between Biden's position and that of many Republicans, warning that their proposed spending cuts would draconian, risking default to secure budget cuts could bring enormous harm to American households, and even the current brinkmanship would harm financial markets and could jeopardize U.S. government credit ratings and undermine the U.S. currency, unlike most other developed countries, the U.S. puts a hard limit on how much it can borrow because the government spends more than it takes in, lawmakers must periodically raise the debt ceiling. Donald Trump's absence from a trial where writer E Jean Carroll accuses him of rape and defamation shows that he did it a lawyer for Carol said on Monday, while Trump's lawyers told jurors the case was outrageous. He never looked you in the eye and denied raping miss Carroll, lawyer Mike Ferreira told jurors as the civil trial in Manhattan federal court near the end of an 8th day. You should draw the conclusion that that's because he did it. The 6 man three woman jury is expected to begin deliberating today. 79 year old Carroll sued 76 year old Trump, alleging he raped her in a dressing room at the bergdorf Goodman department store in Manhattan in 1995 or 1996, and then defamed her by denying it happened in an October 2022 post on social media, the disgraced former president is the FrontRunner for the Republican U.S. presidential nomination in 2024 and waived his right to testify at the trial, and opted not to present a defense, gambling that jurors will find that Carol failed to make a persuasive case. Earlier on Monday, Carroll's lawyer Roberta Kaplan said a 2005 access Hollywood video bolstered the accounts of Carol and 26 other women who have accused Trump of sexual assault. Two of Carol's longtime friends testified that she told them about the attack shortly after it occurred and said they believed her. 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"serbia" Discussed on WTOP
"On the hour. Presented by indeed dot com. I'm Deborah Rodriguez, banks failed interest rates rose and inflation was still high, but employers were hiring anyway last month. Numbers from the Labor Department show they beat expectations, adding 253,000 jobs in April and increase over the month before and workers were making more. Market strategist, Victoria Fernández. There was some hope that we would start to see a lessening of pressure this month on wages, that they would start to moderate. But instead, this report shows that wages actually went up pretty significantly. The unemployment rate fell to 3.4% tying for the lowest level since 1969. New claims about a conservative activist giving Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas and his family of financial hand and this time for tuition payments for his grand nephew's private school. Correspondent Jan Crawford from the Supreme Court. This report alleges that Thomas failed to disclose those tuition payments. His defenders say the rules don't require it, but regardless, it's yet another example of justice Thomas coming under scrutiny for getting help supporting his lifestyle and his family. And arrest and a stabbing spree near the University of California Davis, CBS is Tony de Coppola. 21 year old Carlos Dominguez is now facing two counts of murder and one count of attempted murder. He's a former student at UC Davis. In fact, the school says he was, quote, separated for academic reasons just two days before the first body was found. Police say he was wearing clothes that matched a description from the third attack and he was found with a large hunting knife. A homeless woman is recovering after she was stabbed in her tent. Serbia's leader is promising changes after the second mass shooting there in two days. The latest involved a 21 year old who police say killed 8 people. Many from a car as he drove through different villages. CBS's Linda kenyon. President Alexander vucic, once a moratorium on gun permits more frequent medical and psychological checks of gun owners. And why he describes as a practical disarmament of Serbia. In addition, he says the government will hire 1200 new police officers to improve security in the schools. On Wednesday, a 13 year old in Serbia confessed to killing 8 classmates and a school guard. Protesters gathered at Barclay center in New York City to demand charges against a white subway rider who allegedly choked a homeless man to death. This
"serbia" Discussed on WTOP
"Police chief Darren Patel, credits the public for calling in tips. 15 people. Took a description that we had put out and actually all of you in the media had helped us put out. And they saw a person who maps the description and they called and that led directly to the arrest in this case. It says Carlos Dominguez was carrying a hunting knife in his backpack. Serbia's president is vowing to disarm his country after the second mass shooting there in two days. The BBC's guide Delaney. The shooting started late on Thursday evening in a village near the town of maladeva, about 50 kilometers from Belgrade, reports suggest there was an argument among young people who'd gathered in a school playground, one of them left and returned with a rifle. He opened fire, then got into a car and continued shooting as he drove. The day before a 13 year old confessed to bringing his father's gun to school, killing 8 classmates and a school guard. The government releases its monthly jobs report in half an hour, bank rate, smart camera. The consensus is that some 180,000 jobs were added last month and that the unemployment rate rose one tenth of 1% to 3.6% still historically low. Doctors in Boston are reporting a first of its kind operation on an unborn baby. CBS Linda kenyon has the details. The surgery repaired a brain malformation in a 34 week old fetus. The American Heart Association reports the surgery was done as part of a clinical trial at Boston children's hospital and Boston's Brigham and women's hospital. The American Heart Association reports the surgery, redirected blood flow into the brain, without treatment, it could have led to conditions, including heart failure, or pulmonary hypertension. Doctors report the baby is progressing well is on no medications is eating normally, gaining weight and showing no negative effects. Will you be tuning in bright and early tomorrow? CBS is Vicky Barker's in
Suspect arrested in Serbia's second mass shooting in 2 days
"A suspect has been arrested in Serbia's second mass shooting in two days. Serbian police say they've arrested a suspect in a series of shootings that killed at least 8 people and wounded 14 the nation's second such mass shooting in just two days. The arrest follows an all night search by hundreds of police who sealed off an area south of Belgrade, where the shooting took place, the attack came a day after a 13 year old boy used his father's guns to kill 8 fellow students and a guard at a school in the city in the nation's first mass shooting in ten years. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Teen opens fire at school, killing 8 fellow students in Serbia
"Serbian police say a teenager who opened fire at his school had drawn up a list of people he intended to target. The teenager killed 8 fellow students and a school guard before being arrested, a father of a student at the school in central Belgrade, said the shooter had entered his daughter's classroom, firing at her teacher, and then her classmates, as they ducked under their desks, an official says most students were able to flee through a back door, a senior police official says the shooter drew sketches of classrooms and wrote a list of children he planned to liquidate in
Artist paints Kosovo and Serbia leaders kissing ahead of talks
"As leaders of Kosovo and Serbia prepare to meet in upcoming EU mediated talks, a young artist from Kosovo has revealed her latest work a controversial painting of Kosovo's and Serbia's Alexandra volcic. Locked in a passionate embrace with suits on of course. Says she's painting COTI and voltage as very close to each other, made two is the meeting between them. I think she says the two leaders need a few more meetings to get closer in this state. They're showing now in the painting. The image is drawn some criticism on social media, but Marathi says she still convinced the two sides can normalise relations through dialog. Talks in Brussels are not going to be easy. Nevertheless, political analysts are tan more hacks hairy, says he hopes the international community will persuade both the kickstart talks. The situation, especially after the elections in the north of Kosovo is very tense, however, I think that the international community will pressure both prime minister kurti and president to continue with the constructive approach because that is the only way forward. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Do Kwon, wanted in $40B crypto crash, arrested in Montenegro
"South Korea says it will pursue the extradition of terraform labs founder del Quan from Montenegro after the crash of his firm's cryptocurrency. South Korean officials confirmed that 31 year old Quan was arrested at an airport in Montenegro. They say he had been hiding in Serbia, and was trying to fly to Dubai using a fake Costa Rican passport, quantified 5 others connected to terraform are wanted because of allegations of fraud and financial crimes in relation to the $40 billion implosion of its digital currencies in May 2022. The crash devastated retail investors around the world, South Korea's justice ministry says Quan is believed to be one of the most wanted fugitives. I'm Donna water
"serbia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"This absolute domination of history partisan interpretation of history over democracy and people is key characteristics of Proto fascists dictators prior to them launching a new war. It happened with lots of it is happening with Putin. Do you have right now any kind of, I guess, personal relationship with anybody in the Serbian government, whether it's president virtue or otherwise where you're able to have conversations like of this sort fairly frankly. Not in the Serbian government, but in Serbian society, they are intellectuals, artists, people of culture, of science, and also some people who are in opposition. For example, now on the occasion of 15th anniversary of Declaration of Independence, Nicola, sando Lewis, president of the Republican Party of Serbia, came to Kosovo, independence, and he also visited the graveyard with 59 toms of jashari family members who were killed in early March 1998 and apologized. So he is in the opposition, but he apologized in the name of the honest Serbia as he has put it. I think the name of his party is also indicative because Serbia is in this crossroad to become a kingdom with another Alexander's king, or to
"serbia" Discussed on Simply Bitcoin
"With Bitcoin mining in the industry, then you then the value of the asset goes up and then it just creates the game theory feedback loops and then everyone everywhere is going to be trying to get a piece of this and there's so many different applications as to where we can deploy these nuclear reactors. Like I've been talking about I spoke with Daniel prince a few weeks ago and he was pitching the idea of getting nuclear in Madera and ty was poking around when I went to adopting Bitcoin about maybe El Salvador could use some nuclear power. And then actually, while I was there, I met Prince Philip of Serbia and suggested that Serbia could use some nuclear powers. Lots of good interesting places that are very Bitcoin positive that are showing an interest in nuclear power. And then in Africa, several of the countries that have strong Bitcoin adoption are also looking into nuclear power as well. Like Ghana, Uganda, I think there was a crossover like 5 or maybe 6 of the countries that were part of that delegation that visited El Salvador are also pursuing nuclear power in some form or another. So I'm very bullish on Africa in Bitcoin mining and nuclear power and yet we're going to help them come and catch up to the rest of the world very quickly once this technology is unleashed. Wow, I'm so bullish right now in regards to mining. What are the main hurdles that you're seeing right now? In regards to pushback with maybe not just nuclear power, but in a general perspective. The nuclear power has very well financed anti nuclear groups that have been around for decades now and they get financed to the tune of billions of dollars to put out FUD against the industry that most of it is like, yeah, we're in Bitcoin so we see the all the time and then we know that it's just these people trying to disparage the industry. They clearly can't keep up or do their homework or they know that they're saying things that are completely false in the face of contrary evidence that they're either exaggerating or just being deceitful. And it's been a very tough situation to overcome, especially with the situations like Chernobyl and Fukushima, which are incredibly rare events considering the amount of nuclear reactors that have been operating around the world for 6, 7 decades now. And those are the only incidents incidents that have ever really happened that have had any casualties whatsoever. And even then it is minuscule. In the grand scheme of things relative to the amount of power. Or the nuclear power plant can generate. And then on the Bitcoin side of things, pushing that towards people in the nuclear industry, it's only really, while the no coiners don't see the value of Bitcoin, is the biggest obstacle because if otherwise, they see like, oh, we can use other technologies like hydrogen for demand response. We don't, it's just a silly magic Internet money. It's not worth anything, but as soon as you crack that nut and just kind of explain it to them that it's just an arbitrage play, it doesn't really matter what you think about Bitcoin. It just matters. Can you plug in these computers and can you earn a Bitcoin for less than what you can sell it for on the open market and just arbitrage that cost?
"serbia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Oil purchases to the end of the year Unfortunately with natural gas they lock themselves interest strategic attendance it will take probably about 5 years until 2027 to divest themselves from the Russian gas Yes and Hungary We've spoken about this in the past is not really signing off on that plan to kind of decouple from energy I think more broadly And now you have Serbia's president announcing that he has secured an extremely favorable deal for natural gas with Russia So in terms of trying to cut off you mentioned resources a moment ago in terms of trying to cut off Moscow from the money that it would need to continue to fund this effort I mean there are some severe challenges There are severe challenges on both sides I'll give you an example Russia is now shipping the T 72 and T 62 tanks to the front They said oh we can roll out 1200 tanks from the market ball But these are obsolete tanks that don't have nice fish and oftentimes that don't have rockets on them These are really old tanks in the Ukrainians are exceedingly Outstanding They are performing very well looking out Russian metal boxes with western made anti tank missiles So the question is at what point the Russia gets enough of a bloody nose and also to what extent the domestic public opinion turns against Putin I'm old enough to remember how the Afghanistan war turned against the communist regime in the Soviet Union to the point that the Soviet Union collapsed So far we didn't see anything like that in Russia but this is early stages of the war Very quickly here in about 40 seconds or so doctor Cohn what's your sense of how China is going to participate as we move forward here Any sense of that Absolutely China is being extremely cautious There is a famous Olympic memorandum with the 5000 word random signed between Putin and Xi Jinping during the Olympic Games in Beijing that said France the best transfer ever must have been but they're very cautious in terms of not giving support I think the Biden administration did a very good job warning China of all the repercussions that they may experience And I'll add one last thing that is extremely important Not only Putin is losing its massive market for gas and oil in Europe Putin is shutting the door for strategic components and products for Russian economy Okay Doctor Ariel Cohen of the Atlantic council this is Bloomberg This is a book Sebastian gorka here I am living a very blessed life as an intelligence analyst a national talk show host and author and I have an amazing family But like many of us aches and pains start to interfere with living my best life even just walking the dog but I found.
"serbia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"$1915 an ounce That's the Bloomberg radio business flash his Hannah George with the top news morning Good morning Nora thank you Western Allies expect the Ukrainian capital Kyiv will fall to Russian forces soon fighting continues after president Joe Biden announced additional sanctions on Russia and said Europe is facing a dangerous moment Russian troops attacked Ukraine from the north south and east and Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky's chief defense chief predicted a new wave of attacks While Boris Johnson and Joe Biden had promised to cripple the Russian economy with new sanctions as Vladimir Putin claims he had to invade Ukraine over security concerns EU leaders have also agreed to new sanctions that target 70% of the Russian bank in market and key state owned companies including in defense The UN refugee agency estimates around a 100,000 Ukrainians have left their homes where thousands crossing into neighboring countries such as Romania Moldova Poland and Hungary And international banks have publicly downplayed the business impact of Ukraine but in private they're pondering the chances of nuclear conflict Goldman put clients on a call with Alex younger ex chief of Britain's MI 6 and now consultant at the bank He says it's the first time in more than 30 years that nuclear conflict threat has been real and the International Atomic Energy Agency is worried about the safety and security of Ukraine's 15 atomic reactors Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Hannah George des is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much Hannah Now as you mentioned President Biden has ramped up at Russian sanctions vowing to impose severe costs on Russia's economy for the invasion of Ukraine Russia is a major exporter of all natural gas weak crop nutrients aluminium and other metals joining me now is Bloomberg reporter Bruce einhorn so what is included then in the U.S. sanctions list For President Biden announced that the U.S. would sanction 5 financial institutions from including superbank which is the largest bank in the country And those accounts are about $1 billion in assets to the U.S. says that accounts for the penalties overall account for nearly 80% of banking assets in Russia The president also announced sanctions against the Russian elites Their family members against Russian state owned enterprises also announced technology controls export controls to prevent Russia from getting access to things like semiconductors and software and those rules allowed the U.S. to prevent Russia from importing them from other countries not just from the U.S. so those would be third country exports of American products and then those are the top things on the list Okay What is missing though Swift is missing Targeting the energy sector in terms of sales seems to be missing Are those the main things Yes Yes but those are both things that clearly there's no consensus among the U.S. and its allies about that President Biden for instance said in his speech that Russia would not be marked from the Swiss system as allies about that President Biden for instance said in his speech that Russia would not be barred from the Swiss system and he specifically said because Europe approved that action The concern is about the impact there would be on European banks European companies similarly there are also aren't restrictions for energy payments There's a carbon out for energy payments Again because of concern of the impact that this would have on Europe which of course is quite reliant on Russian gas imports All that said there is pressure both in the U.S. and in Europe to take further action to include swift So for instance in the United States in Washington we're hearing from both Democrats and Republicans that they want to see swift added to this And we also are hearing some voices from Europe On that as well So I think this is not the matter is not done The U.S. Biden administration argues that actually targeting the banks.
James Carafano: There's a Reason Putin Never Tried Trump
"But I also think that the aggressiveness that's occurring now is also because of the fecklessness in the Oval Office It's not just the southern border They don't think Biden's willing to do a hell of a lot And I worry I worry James what if they do cut through Ukraine and they say wow there's the Balkans over there Let's dip our toe in there What is Biden going to do I don't think he's going to do much He's now bending over backwards for the Iranians It's unbelievable to even watch this So there are actually already stirring up issues in the Balkans And the problem all right let's slow down that second They're stirring up in the Balkans Tell us what you mean by that That's a big statement Yeah so Putin has these little packets all over Europe like little landmines So he's occupied part of Moldova's occupied part of Georgia's occupied part of Ukraine And he has his fingers in the conflict in the bottom between Serbia and Kosovo and embossing a host of covina where the Russians have dramatic influence He can push any one of those buttons any time he wants And they were all strategically built for the same reason to give Putin the ability to push into and destabilize Europe whenever he saw set This is not a secret In fact Donald Trump knew this There's a reason why he sent rich grinnell into the Balkans There's a reason why he gave javelins to the Ukrainians There's a reason why he engaged with the Georgians He was and there's a reason why nothing happened in the four years on Donald Trump's watch Trump made it very clear he would not stand for this and Putin never even
Tal Heinrich: It Was Difficult Finding Illustrators for 'Heroes of Liberty' for Fear of Being Cancelled
"I just find it odd that 20 and 30 years ago I mean I'm 47 I'm not that old but I'm old enough I've seen a few decades here Things like book burning rather figuratively or literally where we're considered heresy I mean if you remember the movie from the 80s footloose the book burning scene whatever it was right there where they throw in the books in the fire Even in liberal Hollywood the scene was used as a scene of mockery like oh my gosh look at these people they're burning books This is crazy And it was meant to be the conservative preacher in that movie you burned the book Now ironically tall it's the left you with a book burner said okay so granted they're not lighting them on fire but they're doing even worse I mean at least if you lit a book on fire after you read it you had the material in your brain What they tried to do to your books the heroes of liberty series is they tried to stop people from even getting them in the first place which I find doubly ironic The roles the left thought they had that conservatives were the big book burners are actually themselves the liberals 100% And you know what Dan it didn't really start there because even as we were working on these books and I'll tell you that it was pretty challenging to find American illustrators In fact we didn't find that we were getting illustrated to work with us on this amazing project And once you see our book you can go to our website that hears the liberty dot com and we also have a special discount code audience But you'll see the illustrations They are stunning And American illustrate was very apprehensive about the idea of illustrating a world Reagan biography because we're afraid of getting canceled because this is the prevalent Right now But eventually we work with illustrate wonderful illustrators from Canada and Serbia and France and the UK but now I guess after things developed the way
"serbia" Discussed on VUX World
"Forward slash video X world. Our other present in sponsor ironically enough is joining us today so I'm not going to talk too deeply about similar AI because you can hear it from Serbia herself in two minutes time. But what I will see is that this episode of the UX world, we do have a partnership with symbolic this episode is not part of that partnership. We don't charge companies to feature on the podcast. The podcast is basically companies that are interested in exploring use cases I'm interested in learning about and things that I think you the world community will be interested in as well. So it's just purely ironic that we have Serbia joining us today if I'm saying that AI. And without further ado, we were welcome Serbia wrath of our CEO, Simba AI, onto VOX World Service. Welcome. Hello, so nice to be here. Finally, I know we've been trying to schedule this for times. Yeah, yeah. Well, there were the last time was Corvid, so I hope everything is all good in your household now. Yes, I am fully recovered. And so is everybody else. So all good. Good. Good, good, good. Yeah, it seems to be my COVID. My dad had it recently. I've managed to avoid it weirdly enough. I don't know how I've managed to get away with it. Good for you. Were you a bad leg? Was it bad? It was. I think two days were super bad, but otherwise that it was just like a bad flu. That's pretty much it. Yeah. Right, yeah, fair enough. Well, at least it wasn't so bad. I kind of want to get it. According to what I read, not that I read in too much detail about it, but getting vaccinated and then getting COVID appears to be like the winning combination. There's also a bit more now did you have go with? No, I did not. Well, I had go with. So like most of the other line of the bridge now..
"serbia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of sport from around the world here's Dan Schwartzman Thanks Brian World's number one ring go back Djokovic who is back in Serbia after losing his appeal to stay in Australia and play the Australian open may not be allowed to play maze French Open as things stand as Francis past stricter COVID rules The country's vaccine pass law approved on Sunday says that one must be vaccinated to enter public areas such as sports venues restaurants movies and other places High seats playing first round matches at the Australian open as two C Daniel Medvedev 15 Andre Rublev 8th seed Casper Ruud and 9th C Felix OJ asimo all in action with third seed Alexander zverev already moving on to the second round in street sets Looking at the women's draw top seeded ashleigh Barty advances as does sports see the Barbara creaky Cova with third seed garbine muguruza schedule to take the court tonight Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski has won his second straight fee for the best award beating out Lionel Messi Mohamed Salah the Ford squirty Putin to seek a record 41 goals in 2021 Chelsea manager Tomas two one manager of the year while eduard mendy of Chelsea takes home goalkeeper of the year Final game of wildcard weekend is tonight in Los Angeles as a rams are hosting the Arizona Cardinals at SoFi Stadium The rams ended the regular season with a record of 12 and 5 and had won 5 their last 6 games while the Cardinals were 11 and 6 and had lost for their last 5 I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports out there Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day As Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business act and at Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business flash Asian stocks looks look set for kind of a cautious start here We have futures trading higher for equity markets.
John James of 'Dynasty' Fame Stars as President Biden in Biopic ‘My Son Hunter’
"I am getting back to this fascinating interview with fela MacDonald. He's one of the producers of my son hunter, my son hunter dot com is where you go to get more information on the film. It is about the Hunter Biden laptop and the unfortunate disclosures that we find out from mister young mister Biden himself. You know what I like? And again, welcome back. I love the fact that you've got John James of dynasty playing Joe Biden. I like to call him uncle Joe. Some people call him President Biden. But because when I looked at John James, I looked him up recently because he's an older gentleman, of course, he's the right age, but he actually does look a little like Joe Biden. Yeah. And where do you see what we did with him with makeup and the wonderful Serbian makeup artists? I mean, he grew into the role. It was amazing. He just became Joe Biden over the course of making the movie. Even to the extent of walking into a glass door on his way into a restaurant on the weekend when we were making a movie. He said it was his greatest piece of mathematics ever. Yeah, he walked into a glass door and spent Saturday evening in the Serbian ER room. Not a great place to be actually any E or R on a Saturday night anywhere in the world is not a good place to be Serbia. It's got its own challenges. So you just need a few stitches, but that he was taking the Joe Biden the stumbling bumbling Joe Biden rule so seriously walking through a glass door. So that was not part of the movie. That's one of those outtakes, right? Yes. Yes, very much. And he was taken out by the glass door. He was taken out by the glass
"serbia" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Models can really be a collective reward. high stake high-stakes context so. Let me throw saying so. I'll supervised machine learning here. Basically saying we know something. somebody's deceptive. The no somebody's not accepted because bungee of data be machine but we don't typically have that serbia bunch of data some people are deceptive some people not deceptive but active use of those data sets of those cases. I should say and using dbs deep leave networks in absolute waste to say kennedy actually detect deception. Right so the deception research is really interesting. It's actually an undergraduate student of mine so she's just incredibly talented and it started out by She actually found data of court. Testimonies right so people who were testifying in court And then some were lying in somewhere not and so these were labeled data and so you do supervised learning because you knew examples Now she is found subsequently that she can do this in an unsupervised way so she doesn't even need to know in advance who is lying and who is not which is amazing and it tells us something about signs of lying. It tells us that human signs of lying very consistent across cultures and across situations which is interesting. It's not true for many other things but it is true for deception It is also true that humans are incredibly bad at detecting deception. We're basically a chance. And even people who are trained to detect. Deception are very bad so you know you might think that there are certain professions that are supposed to be good at it. They're still really really really bad compared to machines so this is interesting but it is of course scary because the idea that you could have machines that can tell in real time whether you're lying all around you. That's that's definitely worrisome. Right so the work that i am familiar with is actually looking at detecting deception in people who are potentially child molesters so the stakes are very high here because that's particularly a group that does that has a high rate of recidivism rate so if detected early there could be a real negative impact on many lives So there's always that side right there's a site of we do things that we do because they can make a tremendous positive impact but of course as most technologies is most anything there is a potential downside right.
Casting and Location Update for the Film "My Son Hunter"
"Falem this film. You said it's awesome powers meets king. Lear meets house of cards. You're not kidding. I mean it kind of crosses genres you and an wrote the script when you mentioned king lear. Suddenly it gives it pathos because this is a true story. It's horrifying it's fascinating if you raise the money. When would the film being able to Would you be able to shoot the film. And will i have a principal role. Well we're going to be shitting. We're going to start shooting either. The eighteenth of october twenty. Fifth tober in serbia. Like it's happening and we're gonna film. It ends serbia because that'll double as the ukrainian Yeah you mentioned. King lear again me branching king lear save did end up wandering piece in senility. Did you see joe biden. Come off their the helicopter last recently on get confused with which way to get into the white house experience shakespearean moment king lear crack year hurricane. I believe was what he meant to say. So in this film you have. It's the story of of hunter biden. Have you cast hunter. Have you cast joe biden. How does that work no. We're literally this close to cathy. Nam or very close stocks. Then you have a chance you know look we. We look closely You know your your schedule is just too full for us. you know. i also well. Well-known people people also assume associated with intellectualism and integrity and. I just don't think that you can make the leap people longer associated with these things. Thankfully so. I think i still have a chance to play hunter or joe Depending on i can do a lot of things with my hair. We're going to we're going to really. We're going to have fun shooting this together. My son hunter dot com.
American Felix Sets New Women's Olympics Medal Record
"James Steve so divide the odds and time on the clock the American took his opponent for the country of Georgia to the met twice in the final twenty seconds to win gold in the men's wrestling one hundred twenty five kilogram category Allyson Felix became the first woman to claim ten medals at Olympic track history by taking the bronze Friday in the women's four hundred meter final I am very grateful for this everyone who's come before me just so much respect and admiration I know I wouldn't be here you know without those who paved the way it works in her final Olympics matched Carl Lewis is record for most medals in U. S. track and field history Brittney Griner had fifteen points to lead USA women's basketball to a seventy nine fifty nine semi final win over Serbia will go for their seventh straight gold medal Saturday night against Japan I'm John with a bit
U.S. Women's Basketball Routs Australia, Advances to Semifinals
"Something fast. US women's basketball team advanced to the semifinals with the 79 55 win over Australia. Brianna Stewart scored 20/23 points in the first half. Team USA, which has won its last 53 women's basketball games. An Olympics play will play Serbia Friday.
"serbia" Discussed on The Social Fix.
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Novak Djokovic Defeated in Olympic Tennis Singles Semi-Finals
"An absolute shocker this morning on the tennis court. Novak Djokovic is out of the tunnel tennis singles competition. It is a major upset here. Novak Djokovic of Serbia, the world's number one player, is out after losing his semifinal match. Djokovic was going for a Golden Slam trying to win all four Grand Slam events in the same year plus capture the Olympic gold in singles. It's only been done once before. By Steffi Graf in 1988. Djokovic's will get a bronze medal and he still has a chance for gold in the mixed doubles competition. Steve Futterman CBS
Novak Djokovic Posts He Is in for Tokyo Olympics
"No that Djokovic she's going to the Tokyo Olympics keeping alive his chance to become the first men's player to capture a golden slam in the same calendar year the thirty four year old joke that says he's booked his flight and is proud to represent Serbia in the Olympics after winning the Australian Open French Open and Wimbledon this year Steffi Graf accomplished a golden slam in nineteen eighty eight she joke of edge when the U. S. open this summer will be the first men's players is rod laver in nineteen sixty nine to complete a calendar sweep of grand slam events his Wimbledon title was his twentieth grand slam championship tying him with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal for the most all time I'm Dave Ferrie
What are Frontier Markets?
"As i was doing the research. I was fascinated by the sheer size of frontier markets in terms of population. Two point two billion people. A third of the world's population yet the economic impact at this point is still small only about three and a half percent of the world's gross domestic product the monetary value of goods and services produced a third of the world's population produces less than five percent of economic output. This size of the stock market's even smaller frontier markets. Make up less than one percent of global stock market capitalization that's the size of the equity market as determined by the price of a particular company times the shares outstanding less than one percent. And there aren't even that many stocks there are three thousand stocks that comprise the msi all country world index which is both developed and emerging markets. There are fourteen hundred emerging market stocks yet in the mci frontiers market and xers only eighty one stocks the countries that comprise that in. And i'll just go through the list. Because i think it's helpful and instructive to know what's there is croatia estonia iceland lithuania kazakhstan romania serbia's slovenia other countries include kenya morocco. Area bahrain jordan oman bangladesh lanka vietnam the largest country within the index as measured by market capitalization or sizes vietnam. It comprises thirty percent of the frontier market index. Morocco is twelve percent. Iceland's eight percent. Kenya seven percent. Kazakhstan is seven percent in looking at ways to invest the primary. Etf i found for us based investors is the i shares mci frontier and select emerging market. Etf i'm not sure exactly when i shares renamed it but the largest wait in that. Etf is kuwait at nineteen percent. And as i mentioned kuwait was upgraded from my frontier market to an emerging market.
EU members agree to lift travel restrictions on US tourists
"The E. U.'s recommending member countries start lifting restrictions on tourists from the U. S. E. U. members have agreed to add America to the list of countries in whose cases restrictions all nonessential travel should be lifted the move was adopted during the meeting in Brussels of permanent representatives of the twenty seven nation bloc the recommendation is nonbinding and national governments have authority to require test results or vaccination records and to set all the entry conditions if they want in addition to the U. S. also added one north Macedonia Albania Serbia Lebanon on Taiwan to the tourist travel list I'm Charles collect as much
Nikola Jokic Becomes Lowest Draft Pick Ever To Win MVP Award
"Nuggets center Nikola yoke which was by far the lowest draft pick to be named the league's MVP chosen forty first by Denver in twenty fourteen the native of Serbia is also the first player in franchise history to win the award unassuming off the court your kids let his play do the talking he averaged twenty six point four points a game along with eight point three assists and ten point eight rebounds in a seventy two game season he led the league with sixty eight double doubles Bruce Morton Denver
"serbia" Discussed on Limitless Mindset
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"serbia" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Story story story story story this this this this this morning morning continues continues to to be be the the snow. snow. Snow Snow was was still still falling falling across across the the Chicago Chicago area area this this morning morning in in a a winter winter storm storm warning warning remains remains in in effect effect until until 5 5 p.m.. p.m.. For For much much of the region. Difficult travel conditions likely to continue through the day and several more inches of snow possible in some areas with Lake enhancement the issue later today through parts of the lakefront communities of Lake County, Illinois, Cook County and in northwest Indiana. Northeast winds gusting is high is 30 MPH have led to some blowing and drifting snow across the area. We do have some more snow totals in for you. 4.6 inches in buffalo Grove as of seven o'clock this morning 4.1 inches in Winnebago, four inches and Lyle 3.5 inches in Elgin 2.5 inches in Lamont. 1.5 inches in ST Streeter and 1.4 inches in Crown Point, the latest on the stone this morning from one of our reporters out, innit? WGN's Glenn Marshall is on North Lake Shore Drive where he says the roads have been cleared. We've been down here since about maybe 3 30 this morning and we saw the roles continuously. Just Growing increase with just being moderate traffic That's happening right here. Now It's pretty busy. Cars are moving at a speed limit. As you know, normal here, probably about 45 MPH, which is the speed limit here on North North Lake Lake Shore Shore Drive Drive in in this this area area right right here, here, not not seeing seeing any any issues. issues. We We have have seen seen a a lot lot of of plow plow trucks. trucks. We We have have seen seen a a lot lot of of salt salt trucks. trucks. On On the the main main roles roles here, here, like like on on Lakeshore Lakeshore drive, But when you go into the neighborhoods, I'm hearing reports that it's not as clear as it is on the street. So if you're definitely getting out there on the rolls, you definitely want to take some time to clear your vehicle and be prepared. There are some
"serbia" Discussed on KQED Radio
"10,000 before the end of next week. But starting out slow to kind of work out the kinks, I think was very Very wise Dodger Stadium had been used as a Corona virus testing facility for much of last year. This is NPR news. India has begun what's likely to be the world's largest immunization campaign in the attempt to bring the Corona virus pandemic under control. It has a population of nearly 1.4 billion people. More than 10.5 million have become infected, the highest of any country after the U. S. The eastern European country of Serbia is the first nation in Europe to use China's coated 19 vaccine as part of a mass inoculation campaign. U N icky kisses reports. Serbian TV station showed footage of an air Serbia flight arriving with the Sino farm vaccines loses a corner. That's McQueen, Serbia's president, Alexander footage was there to greet the shipment and publicly think China's government for sending it more than 20,000. Serbs have been inoculated so far with doses of either the Fizer violent TEC vaccine developed by German scientists. Or Russia. Sputnik vaccine. Serbia and Albania are the only two countries in the Balkans, inoculating citizens against Cove. It 19. Bosnia, Kosovo and North Macedonia are still waiting for vaccines. For NPR News. I'm Joanna Cacace is 47 elite tennis players who arrived in Melbourne for the Australian Open. We'll have to quarantine for the next 14 days after four people on their two flights tested positive for Cove in 19. Have to stay in their hotel rooms and not be allowed to practice for two weeks. The Australian Open is to start February.
"serbia" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"And give them a presentable documents Email whatever the case may be at the end of the day. So i was going to be purely edmund not not email knocks to all these other things that that if he as do all the research and that sort of thing i did not ring my bell at all and and as i see it starts with marketing. And if you don't know we're is that you're going to be able to find the joy as what is being profitable as well as being able to give venue to the person so these bit of a triangle and if you have old sides the same size been it sort of becomes well. I've got to find something way. My joy is because at the end of the day. I don't want to be something that i'm not enjoying. And my ended up not enjoying edmund but they also people as i said who do edmund full so i still enjoy edmund to a certain degree just not that much. Yeah yeah. i think it's like anything. Isn't it the things that you don't like you can you. Can you can do them a little bit. As long as it doesn't become your whole life and then you hold time feeling dominated. Does that resonate with you til joe what. What's your take on that because when you go through the process or you find your groove of what you really really love you may have existing clients that you really love working with if the work is not necessarily yarmysh but you just enjoy working with them so those feel onerous see you keep an on on any of the tasks that they're very easy it could be a spreadsheet it could be whatever it is the same your world those often dimensional pieces of work that keep money coming through why you go through that traces of niching on finding the new clients. The will work with you. Want the service packages that are bringing you joy because we do have to remember. We're all business owners and it's you know the the idea of going into she's great but still have to pay your bills serbia prepared for the fact that there is a transition on. I'm all you would have found that..
"serbia" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"New book By Sean MCM Ekin Countdown to War. We turned to the epilogue. After all the Missteps and deliberate, misleading remarks of the month of July. We come to a judgment or at least the measure of a judgment 100 years later, all the principals are dead. All the Children of the principals are dead. All the proteges of the principals are dead. And in many instances, the Children of the proteges, they're gone so We can say here we begin 100 years later to have a field that is not tainted by nationalism. Shoven ism, blame shifting or focusing on what's wrong with Europe or what's wrong with Germany. We can look at The events of July 1914 into August and look for the faults the sins of commission and omission. If I followed the professor's logic very carefully. What would follow within the next four years are nine million dead on the battlefield, and that begins that's a predicate for the mass murder of the 20th century, the Soviet state. Becomes a creature of tyranny and mass murder. The German state falls into ruin and inflation and how many people do inflation kill? How many Children does it damage but that turns into the Hitler rights and the mass murder of the 19 thirties. And the collapse of the global economy on and on. But it begins here in the summer of 1914. Shawn. I begin with your wonderful example of Serbia because I don't want to look at the big players and ignore Serbia's hand. In this the black hand. It was run by the chief of military intelligence. Dmitriev Bitch. Who's Code name was a pus. Is he the driving force for the assassination in Sarajevo? Well, he seems to be. I mean, in a literal sense, it's actually later confessed to the crime. So there's not necessarily that much controversy about his ultimate responsibility. One can win can kind of pick hairs and say, Well, he may have confessed for different reasons. And we don't know whether he really quote uncle get it, But that doesn't seem to be any doubt. Among historians and experts in the field that ate this war. Ultimate responsibility in the sense of it may not even have been his idea. But he approved of the plots. He appropriated the weapons and the guns. The training for the assassins. We absolutely know that some of his underlings, including major vote hot tank with Fitch was directly involved. And, in fact, even personally trained the assassins, And that doesn't really seem to be any doubt about a Pisces. Fundamental responsibility. All right, Where were we have a piss in the witness in the docket here? We're accusing him now. The minister, the prime minister of Serbia Tae Shik. He, at one point you mentioned tried to warn Vienna that there was an assassination plot in Sarajevo. It was very ineffective. Or he wasn't believed his passivity. Is that a fault in him? Is that a fault in Belgrade? Always certainly is, because whatever warning he gave, And there's even a little bit of doubt as to whether or not it ever reached Vienna that is the emissary that he chose was rather low ranking, and the message may never have actually gotten through. He seems to have made some sort of half hearted gesture of trying to warn Vienna, presumably so that he could have plausible deniability or an excuse in case things went wrong. I think in the end I mean his own Senate is understandable. In a country with a tradition of political assassination, like Serbia and nearly 20th century, his finger was course of fear of assassination or being overthrown. So basically, what he was trying to do is to have it both ways. All right. We had really want the plot to go forward. But on the other hand, if he snuffed it out, he thought that ate this probably would have tried to overthrow him. Or perhaps even the fascinating Um, so his own fold is, I think a pretty clear 11 could understand his motivations and proceeding the way he did, but he absolutely bears responsibility for Failing to alert Vienna both vigorously enough. And then, of course, after the crime was committed off, offering any sort of genuine help and investigating it. And then, of course, with the ultimatum itself. He was the one who chose Rejected a two very least one major point in the ultimatum unequivocally so with these world, his actions and no one else is to blame. We have Demetria vich APIs, the military intelligence chief. We have Tae shik, the prime minister Princip itself. The man who pulled the trigger by accident of how the convoy turned how the caravan turned that 8 Ft. Away was Franz Ferdinand, the man he was meaning to kill, whose death would lead to all this tumble of events. But not really. That's why we're looking at the responsibility after the assassination on June 28th 1914 Let's move to Vienna because in Vienna, the bear told is a mystery here. Bear told responsibility for accusing Serbia of the crime, but also looking to take it vantage of it. Why was Austria threatened by Little Serbia? Is it the advances of 1912 1913 did they did Austria have did Vienna believe it was good politics to humiliate Belgrade? Oh, absolutely. The advances that survey had made in the two Balkan wars fought 1912 1913 posed, at least in the view of the military chiefs and bear told himself potentially immortal threat to the empire because of its large population of Serbs serves not only in the province of Bosnia, Erickson Govinda. But scattered throughout the important particularly in the Hungarian house, who was the dual monarchy as it was called of Austria, Hungary, so the Serbs were actually quite rested. They seemed to be kind of the coming power in the Balkans. In fact, even the Russians had to some extent begun blocking the service because they had come very close to having port access to the operatic. See which What has given impossible great power pretensions. So the Austrians were since terrified of the service, but also, of course of the example posed by the Serbs because of all of the other subject nationality to the empire. Many though not all of them Slavic peoples like the checks, for example. Because, like the routines or as we might call them today, Ukrainians, Romanians were another large minority. The empire and Romanians, like the Serbs had had it actually independent Romania that could have come to their aid. That is to back some sort of urine and just uprising so absolutely. The leadership, including bare told sold this as a threat, which was worth dealing with Noah's They would have put it severely. And then they had euphemisms they talked about Eliminating Serbia as a mop Fuck tour as a power factor in the Balkans. Words, of course, but that actually meant was punitive war. All right, in addition to back told, is the foreign Minister of Austria, Hungary..