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12:03 min | 2 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Joined by television. New Zealand reporter Kim Baker Wilson. Kim clearly some emotional scenes at the memorial service in Christ Church. Is solidarity and support seemed to be that the key things song that service in Hegley hawks. So it's important knowledge. It wasn't a formal national sue because it was a pre service it rang rice up and down the country. It was broadcast on state broadcasters, including us here Television New Zealand. It was all happening. Just one hundred meters away from the newer mosque surrounded by armed police. The pre coming at the same time a week ago that the gunman walked in and started his first wife tax were hundreds of Muslims on the ground praying and sounds of people from Christ Church behind them watching on in solidarity. We just watching some of the images is well, it was very touching confronting to see people had come from Christ Church hospital were attacks and who survived the came still in the hospital gowns and India wheel cheese while hundreds of fellow Muslims bound to the ground around them. They couldn't stay injuries were too severe. There was still in the. Wheelchairs, and it wasn't just in crossed your job. At the moment of silence was really rise up and down the country. I passed the university on the way here to television seems and they were coming to a stop. And I pass construction workers on the roads just in the middle of the streets. In Auckland, some distance a wife and cross stitch also coming to a stop as well. The flower that you've seen so much people also coming to a stop the to pay their respects for those two minutes of silence. We heard there in the clip women wearing headscarfs in solidarity with the Muslim people of New Zealand. They have been up and down the country as well. It's been something that just isn't used to. But we just in a whole lot of things now that you'd site New Zealand's isn't used to before. I don't think every head. This national coal to broadcast on the main broadcasters, but women have been very came to show these support and the solidarity in just as you heard before just show how much they care for Muslim community here in New Zealand might be something we'll see more in the future Kim, some more funerals taking place today. Quite a lot of burials happening today in the cemetery, not far from Lynn woods mosque that sickens mustard fell under attack some twenty six burials took place since four o'clock this afternoon. So just in the last few hours among the people buried today was young three year olds he lost his life as well. Kim. We appreciate your time. That is Kim. Baker Wilson from Television New Zealand here on the newsroom on the BBC World Service. The chief of staff of the Venezuelan opposition leader is being charged with terrorism after being detained during a pre dawn raid on Thursday, the interior minister nest or resveratrol said the arrest of Roberto Moreira was part of an operation against a group planning attacks on magistrates politicians and military officers owner. Takasu deals the terrorist cell which had planned to carry out. A series of selective attacks has been dismantled Colombian and Central American mercenaries with contracted for tax on the lives of political and military leaders on magistrates of the supreme court of Justice and to carry out acts of sabotage on public services to create chaos in Venezuelan society. The opposition leader one glider has denounced the government's accusations against his chief of staff and demanded his immediate release from Caracas will grant reports videos and photos released by the Cueto though camp appear to show intelligence officers at the home of the opposition leaders chief of staff Roberto Marrero who was later taken away in an armored car. Another opposition figure lawmaker said Garda who lives in the same building. Also had his home searched and was briefly detained. And the move has been denounced by Mr. Guido who said that weapons to rifles and grenade had been planted at Mr Marinos by intelligence agents. The US secretary of state Mike Pompeo, also cooled for misdemeanor does immediate release saying Washington would hold accountable those involved the United States is one of more than fifty countries that recognize one Guido is the interim president of Venezuela. Although the government of President Nicolas Maduro says the opposition leader is illegitimate. Washington has repeatedly warned the Venezuelan government from arresting or detaining Mr White dome. This move against his right hand man will stir tensions further both within Venezuela and internationally will grant France's constitutional council has approved the use of bone age tests by thought is that to try to establish whether young migrants should qualify for child protection services. It's a practice. That has been condemned by. Rights groups, the newsroom's Terry Egan told me more about this will this decision. Alex arises from the case of a Guinean migrants who arrived in France in two thousand and sixteen claiming to be fifteen this entitled him, of course to the care of the child social services. But the problem was he had refused to submit to x rays that can determine the minors age. Now, the use of these requires consent. And in the absence of any documentation it was impossible to determine if what he was saying was true. But this is far from an isolated case. The number of unaccompanied migrants arriving in France and other European countries has risen considerably in France alone in two thousand eighteen it went up to seventeen thousand that's from six thousand in two thousand fifteen so now, France's constitutional council has approved the use of these tests, they determine a child's skeletal maturity, and at least for younger children, they generally reliable, but human rights groups, say the practice can be used to deny entry to you. Young migrants who should under international law, be benefiting. From is protection. They point out that such testing is outlawed in Spain and England and they want France to fall a suit in response. The court did acknowledge that such testing was not completely accurate. And also the results could not be the sole factor in determining a minors age and migrants, they say we'd get the benefit of any doubt, Terry Egan. Scientists say they've made a significant leap towards helping boys with Kansas state fertile after creating a baby monkey called Grady. She is the first primate born using frozen samples of testicles taken before her dad started puberty, a health and science correspondent, James Gallagher reports chemotherapy and radiotherapy candidates straw. Someone's ability to have children, women and girls can freeze eggs or ovaries to us later men can store sperm sample. However, there's no option for boys that have not yet gone through. The technique detailed in the journal science shows, the potential solution researchers removed testicle from rhesus macaque monkeys cut it up into small pieces and put the fragments on ice later. They were thought and grafted underneath the monkey skin the tissue matured and produce sperm as the animals went through puberty. The sperm was used to fertilize an egg and baby go Brady was the result experts at doctors were now close to offering this fertility saving technology to patients aims Gallagher may news this hour, e you leaders have given Britain more time to leave the European Union. After a lengthy summit. In Brussels is coming up to five twenty GMT. Israel captured the Golan Heights from Syria during the six day war of nineteen sixty seven and officially annexed the territory almost fifteen years later but in accordance with UN rules. The international community has never officially recognised Israel possession of the heights, which are of key strategic value. Now, President Donald Trump has announced it's time for the US to in his words recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights. US secretary of state Mike Pompeo was in Jerusalem when he touted these significance of President Trump's statement, President Trump made a bold decision to recognize that an important decision for the people of Israel will truly be historic and the people Israel should know that the battles. They fought the lives that they lost on that very ground worthy and meaningful and important for all time. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu described Mr. Trump's announcement delivered by. Tweet on Thursday. Miracle Bruce to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, then he pulled out of the disastrous Iran treaty. But now he did something of equal historic importance recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights. And he did. So at a time when Iran is trying to use serious a platform to attack and destroy them is State Department correspondent Barbara Platt Asha who is traveling with Mr. Pompeii in one thousand nine hundred eighty one Israel in effect annexed the territory, but that decision was not recognized by the international community because you can't just annexed. Territories you've captured there has to be a negotiating process, according to you and resolutions and international law. So that has been the position till now that it is the occupied israeli-golan, and that that the status will have to be decided in negotiations with Syria, and there have been various attempts to do that. And that has also been US policy for decades. So Mr. Trump has in effect up ended years of. The US policy on the Golan Heights. I'm traveling with the secretary of state, Mike Pompeo when we were at mister Netanyahu's house. And then suddenly this tweet came through from President Trump, and we were wondering actually had they been surprised by the tweet just like all the rest of us. Although I must say if they were taken by surprise. It was a very good surprise for mister Netanyahu. He's facing corruption charges. He's facing a strong opponent. And it's widely believed that he needed a boost from Mr. Trump to to help him in the election. And that this was probably it and one of the reasons people believe that is because there's no reason right now to formally recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights is it is afraid of Iran in Syria next door establishing a base there to target Israel. That is something that totally preoccupies Israel that worries the Trump administration as well. But Israel is already operating with full military authority on the Golan Heights, which is the sort of frontline with Syria and the formal recognition of its sovereignty by the US doesn't change that the US isn't adding any sort of military help to that. And in fact, Israel's control of the Golan Heights was not a matter of open controversy at this point. It was sort of under the radar, and I guess now it could possibly come up above the radar and there's been some concern expressed that this might actually inflame tensions along that border. So many people believe that this is very much related to mister Netanyahu's election campaign, and that he is going to consolidate that when he goes to the United States next week, Barbara Platt Asha, it's a week since the powerful cyclone swept across southeast Africa causing large-scale devastation across Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe miles and miles of farmland lies meters underwater roads. Ours is whole villages have been destroyed. Hundreds of people have been killed and hundreds of thousands more have been affected by what the UN says could be one of the worst weather related disasters ever to hit the southern hemisphere in eastern Zimbabwe the area around the chimney. Imani hills has been devastated. Our correspondent Shingai New Yorker has just sent this report from them. In.

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"shingai new yorker" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"In Zimbabwe officials have confirmed ninety days, but amick dotes from survivors hint that the toll could be far higher some have made it to safety. But for the majority who remain out of reach time is running out. BBC's Shingai New Yorker reporting from eastern Zimbabwe. The Chinese president Xi Jinping is to in Italy today to sign a deal taking China's belt and road initiative. Deep into western Europe. The scheme is a vast infrastructure plan to create a global network of land sea and digital connections linking China with swathes of Asia, Africa and Europe Italy will be the first G seven country to participate in the initiative, but the move has attracted criticism from the US and the EU the White House has warned not to get involved saying doing so would lend legitimacy to China's infrastructure vanity project while the EU face the called with China will stir up divisions within Member States, but Michaela garage Italy's under secretary of state for trade and foreign investment brushed off those concerns for is. As a tool addict can actually stimulate in my slender, and the trade we do also want our companies to be able to be actively also in Mason into China where wherever they are Oprah -tunities. But what are they going to raise the easily is the first G seven country to sign these ammo, you just because it is a g seven country to the possibility of is falling into some kind of debt trap is a is totally minimal China has it makes it roughly twenty billion net stalker in the UK. And in the US so easily is not really the country should worry. Most numbers talk for themselves. Italy has fallen behind what else does Kayla Karachi it. Liz under secretary of state for trade and foreign investment in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven Israel captured a territory known as the Golan Heights from Syria. During the Arab Israeli war over a decade later it officially annexed the heights, but the move was never recognized by the international community now as US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo visits Jerusalem. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is appealing for his country's occupation of the Golan Heights to be acknowledged the BBC's Barbara Platt Asha is traveling with Mr. Pompeo, prime minister Netanyahu conspicuously made the appeal while standing next to the secretary of state, Mike Pompeo. I think it's time that the international community recognize Israel's stay in the Golan. The fact that the Balon will always remain part of the state of Israel. This was after a year in which is rarely politicians have been urging both congress and the Trump administration to recognize Israel's sovereignty over the occupied Golan Heights. Neither man would answer questions about whether that was indeed in the cards, instead, they emphasized the threat of Iran and its allies, including on the Syrian side of the Golan. And they said they were working together to roll back what they called Iranian aggression in the region, some of Mr. Netanyahu's political opponents have speculated that President Trump might recognize Israel sovereignty in the Golan to help the prime minister in forthcoming elections. Whether or not that's the case, Mr Netanyahu is getting a strong show of American support and not only from Mr. Pompeo. Visit he set to meet Mr. Trump in the White House next week. Leo has some other stories from our news desk. The US special Representative for of Gunston Zalmay Khalilzad is shantelle to meet diplomats from the EU China and Russia today seeking support as he tries to broker a peace with the Taliban. These talks are part of larger effort to end the longest war in US history. So far, the Taliban have refused to deal direct. Afghan government, which it has accused of being a US puppets. The French government says it will divert part of a special army units to help police during the protest planned across the country this weekend, it's at they'll be used to God public buildings and other sites. So police can concentrate on public order and crowd control last Saturday, thousands of police in Paris failed to prevent protesters from ransacking and setting fire to more than one hundred businesses along the capital's main thoroughfare Shawn's LIZA. The widow of a murdered Mexican journalist has said the government tries to spy on her in the wake of her husband's killing Valdez reportedly extensive reported extensively on organized crime and drug trafficking before he was shot to death two years ago. His wife told the media on Wednesday that she had been texted links which had she clicked on them would have allowed another party to access our phone Neil. Thank you. Now. There's no shortage of nefarious parties trying to scam people through Email, but it may surprise us know, the Google and Facebook employees are among those who've been fooled on Wednesday. A man admitted in a US court to stealing more than one hundred and twenty million dollars from the companies using so-called phishing scams. The newsroom's Peter Goffin has more. Prosecutors say the group pretended to represent a real Taiwanese, computer hardware company, sending emails to workers at Google and Facebook that claimed the tech giant's owned the Taiwanese for money for services rendered staff. Google paid the phony bills to the tune of twenty three million dollars in two thousand thirteen. Well, members of the Facebook team transferred ninety nine million dollars in two thousand fifteen on Wednesday. Lithuanian citizen. Evaldas? Reema south's pleaded guilty in a US courtroom to one count of wire fraud. He's said his only involvement was to set up the Bank accounts into which the money was transferred. His co conspirators have not yet been publicly identified, but re because could face up to thirty years in prison when he's sentenced in July, and he was ordered to hand over the nearly fifty million dollars. He personally earned as part of a scam. Peter goffin. The main news this hour. New Zealand is banning all military style semi automatic and assault rifles falling last week's mass killings in Christ Church. Thanks for listening to the newsroom. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the US has made possible by American public media producer and distributor of award winning public radio content. APM American public media with support from fracture a.

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The cyclone cyclone that has struck southern Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe and Malawi in particular and the ensuing floods in Mozambique in the port city of Beira every building in a city of half a million people has been damaged bodies floating down rivers survivors are being rescued from trees, the president Philippe eight. Now, you see said, at least a thousand people may have died and aid workers say they are struggling to transport supplies to large numbers of people in urgent need of help a UN official in the region told the BBC the port city remained cut off for four days after the cyclone had hit and those rescue crews who have been to the region say up to one hundred thousand people need rapid assistance and. Aerial survey of the country cyclone-hit province shows that a fifty kilometer or thirty mile stretch of land is under water in a moment. We'll hear from the capital Makuto from the emergency response officer at the British charity. Save the children, and we will also speak to the Mozambican High Commissioner to London here in the studio. Let's get a sense of the picture. I though in eastern Zimbabwe from our reporter Shingai New Yorker. The journey to Chimanimani has ended abruptly. There's a huge crater in the road. That's about ten meters. Deep and wide and raging rivers below. Scores. If people are standing on either side, this is the main access road between the major city of Atari with the rescue teams are based in with the supplies are stored and the villages of Chimanimani that are cut off the people that are standing here are trying to cross on a narrow meter wide remaining strip people who live in this area say they've never seen anything like this. I met an elderly couple and some rural and his wife. Miriam as they tried to cross each. Hazel.

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03:34 min | 2 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On the fallout after her memoir, I'm this music from Vivian. San machine all that more coming up on the hour. Meal Nunez with the BBC news aid workers say flood waters caused by cyclone. I have completely submerged in area fifty kilometers wide in central Mozambique. The coastal city of Bhadra home to half a million people has been all but destroyed by the storm a thousand people are dead. Dozens of also been killed in neighbouring Malawi and Zimbabwe Shingai New Yorker is in the province of Monica land, the number is dead has increased hour by hour. So we're expecting that as the military repairs. The roads and has access to some of the deepest affected areas that that number will rise. We've seen pictures that are posted on social media actually, some people remain trapped under these rockslides marooned on these mountains and the extent of the devastation. Many will admit including authorities is still unknown to them. New Zealand's Prime minister just into our done has urged her fellow citizens never to utter the name of the gunman who killed fifty people at mosques in Christ Church. She said he was a terrorist who sought notoriety speaking in parliament Masada answered the country would look at how the killings happened. They have rightly been questions around how this could have happened here and apply set prides itself on being open peaceful diverse, and there is anger that it has happened here. The are many questions that need to be answered. And the insurance that I give you is it they will be on. Australian man Brenton Tarrant has so far been charged with a single count of murder. The chief executive of the American entertainment company, Warner Brothers has resigned following allegations that he promised film roles to an actress in return for sex Kevin Suzy HARA has been in charge of the studio. For six years published. Text messages appear to show conversations between Mr. Suji HARA and British actress while they were in a sexual relationship. The British Prime Minister Theresa may will chair a meeting of the cabinet later after her Brexit plan suffered a further setback officials said the decision of the speaker of the house of Commons to block a possible vote on her deal with the EU made things significantly more complicated. Here's Alex Saif. It had been expected. It Theresa May could try to get her Brexit deal through parliament for a third time. As soon as today now that's off the table within government talks are underway about what to do next. The children's minister Nadine Sahar, we jested parliament could agree to set aside, the speaker's ruling and go ahead with a third vote on the prime minister's Brexit deal. If not officials have suggested the speaker's decision increases the chance of a long delay rather than a new deal. Brexit world news. From the BBC rights. Campaigners have condemned. The jailing of a prominent activist in the Russian Republic of Chechnya human rights launch described a ubt TEF's conviction as a gross injustice. It said the ruling risks emboldening the Chechen leader Robson county rough in his efforts to silence human rights abuses. South Africans are facing a fourth day of severe power cuts. The.

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04:29 min | 2 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The number of people killed in Zimbabwe by tropical cyclone e has risen to almost. One hundred president Emmerson Mnangagwa has returned home early from a trip to the United Arab Emirates to make sure he is involved directly with the national response. Search and rescue operations are underway in the eastern province of Maneka land where the stores storm stems devastation slept thousands of people without homes or at trinity. The cyclone has also devastated neighboring parts of Mozambique will have more on that shortly. But first correspondent Shingai New Yorker spoke to me from Zimbabwe. Well, we were in Chimanimani, which is the area that has been the hardest hit by the cyclone. And at the very first instance win we tried to get into the area a will confronted with this huge crater that to the cyclone had literally carved out of the ground. There was a a ten meter wide by ten meter deep. Gaping hole in the earth. And this was by one if the bridges, and they was do truly a one meter wide little remaining piece of earth, and we saw an ordinary to monument Neons wondering back and forth with supplies with bicycles. And I asked him why they would risking their lives. And they said that they don't have a choice they've been cut off. They weren't able to exit. They wouldn't have been able to buy suit. And that further down that they were more breaches. And more more roads that had been destroyed a one man that we spoke to says that he hasn't spoken to his relatives in three days. He's been unable to get hold him. And he's not sure whether they survived or not. And so there's still a lot of questions that are being asked about the extent of the devastation, and certainly many many deaths. Absolutely. And that number keeps rising at the latest that we've heard is that ninety eight people are confirmed Dede's about one hundred others injured a two hundred missing up to the number of dead has increased hour by hour. And so we're expecting that as the military repays the roads and has ex exits into some of the deepest affected areas that that number will rise. We've seen pictures that are posted on social media about some of the riskier assets, we some people remain trapped under these rockslides marooned on these mountains and the the extent of the devastation. Many will admit including authorities is still unknown to them on the government facing criticism for not acting quickly enough. Absolutely many believe that they will prepaid. The cyclone did not come upon them. Unannounced, a new days before that it was hitting toward symboblic and the criticism essentially, it has been that they should evacuated some of those that are in low lying areas. There's also been criticism about the amount of money. That's been set aside for disaster preparedness and infect Emmerson Mnangagwa, the president is expected to visit Chimanimani today a he'd been out of the country in the Middle East. And he was criticized for leaving whilst knowing that the cyclone was on its way a bit in his national address. He had signatures about on this since that has to be learned many are hoping that the government will begin to spend more money in in terms of disaster preparedness as Bob ways already going through a drought about five million people are in need a suit eight. And so this will only make matters worse. Shingai Nyoka speaking from Zimbabwe, the cyclone also swept through parts of Mozambique thoroughfares that up to. Thousand people could have died. The storm made landfall near the port city of Beira on Thursday. President Felipe pay a new C said the scale of the disaster was huge. We have put rescue means in place on we ask friends for more. We have rescue equipment volunteers doctors arriving now in Maputo and ons to the questions while the foreigners coming here because they know how to deal with these situations. They're not charging us for the support. These people from barrow described the moment the cyclone hit. Sleeping at home. And suddenly the roof flew away. Couldn't find the keys to get out. I called for help you were screaming. But.

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09:21 min | 2 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And women waving wants cash at pastas by they are saying that us changed money for you. Eight. Eighteen. These men and women are unlike economic powerbrokers pulse of the black market of currency traders, and is here on the streets and very rarely in banks that businesses and individuals can buy and sell the cash one trader who didn't want to be named sees his business is brisk, and you must've gets visit avoids system and bellows. And if you don't get them, then no one been on the black market trade has pushed up the cost of buying raw materials, and this has affected prices. The cost of bread has risen by ten percent. Because we is in short supply some say the solution is to force or customers to pay for goods in hard cash Busey Moyo construction business owner disagrees. I cannot stand more pain because dollars of employees our families. We're going to south of utterly. We have gone to the point of constructing offensive which we cannot roof as of now bubble will need to inject new money into its economy. The top priority is accessing IMF and World Bank loans cutoff in one thousand nine hundred ninety two areas, the two institutions say they'll ready to help some Bob way, but it will only be based on fundamental economic reforms reforms that will no doubt include bringing the currency crisis under control. BBC's Shingai New Yorker reporting on a critical time for Zimbabweans. It's coming up to four twenty GMT. Productive and wonderful. That's how the North Korean official news agency has described a meeting on Sunday between the country's leader Kim Jong UN and the visiting American secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, the US wants to finalize agreements and arrangements for the next summit between Mr. and Donald Trump. But there have been signs recently that the progress in relations has stalled I also correspondent Laura bicker. Who's in the South Korean capital, Seoul, how the Americans and South Koreans? The these talks productive in wonderful seems to be unanimous alway around what we do know is what progress has actually been made. I mean, the positives. Are this this time rained Mike Pompeo actually met Kim Jong on his last. Visit he seemed to have been snubbed by the North Korean leader. This time not only did he meet him for two hours even have lunch together. And that seems to have surprise North Korean officials. Also, a the summit. Second perspective summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong in may be on the cards. Donald Trump tweeted that he hoped to see chairman came in the near future. So how near is that future? And and when it comes to at progress made the department of State Department of state released this morning that this morning here in Seoul time that they were the North Koreans were allowing in inspectors to have a look at the Pingree nuclear test site. Now, this is the only known nuclear test site, which was partly destroyed in front of a news reporters earlier this year. There was a lot of criticism at the time that it was done in front of reporters and not inspectors. So at least that would be a step forward to allow inspectors into the country. If indeed that does happen. Yeah. This idea of having concrete verifiable concessions from Pyongyang, isn't it? And this does seem to be a bit of a step change from. This is a step. Change. I mean, some analysts have been looking at these sites for a long time will tell you that North Korea doesn't actually need this nuclear test site anymore. They have had six successful nuclear tests, the are capable of launching missile tests. Elsewhere, perhaps they might be happy with their current technology that also capable of launching missiles from mobile launch site. So it perhaps don't need any more. So when it comes to this particular site, many are saying, well, this is a bit of a useless step. But even having nuclear inspectors into the country would be a step forward. The last time they were there was back in here. Chief as a night where they were Chuck tight the country after things started to go awry, the last time before that was two thousand and two two thousand and three again, they were Chuck take the country. So it's this idea that allowing nuclear inspectors, and we'd be at least a step forward. Having said that I think there are few in a few people in Seoul who are disappointed with how little progress so far has been enhanced by the United States what they're looking for here is a so called end of war declaration. That's something that both north and South Korea have signed up to your listeners her Sydney going. What is this the Korean war ended in nineteen Fifty-three? But it didn't really end only ended with an armistice. So there's only there's never been a peace treaty and here in north and South Korea. They have committed to try to say an end of war declaration by the end of this year and time is running out. That was Laura bicker and Stewart's here with some other stories from unused ask the police and border force officers in Sydney, Australia. Mm seized almost half a ton of the drug MD, Emily hidden in sausage, making machines, the discovery which was large enough to make one point seven million ecstasy tablets was seized from shipping container. Three men have been arrested sporadic violence in the English. Speaking regions of Cameroon has marred Sunday's presidential election in which president Paul beer was seeking to extend his thirty six years in office in Bamenda, the main city of the anglophone areas security forces shot did three people they claimed were separatists while the pro separatist website said four soldiers were killed at a polling station. A verdict is expected in Spain later in the first trial linked to thousands of cases of babies stolen from their mothers during the Franco era. Availa former gynecologist is accused of having taken a baby girl from her biological mother in nineteen sixty nine he said, he can't remember the details and the signature on the birth certificate is his activists say around two thousand similar cases have failed to make it to court in Spain because of a lack of evidence or because the time limit to file charges has passed. Thanks, Jude in Romania a referendum called by pro family groups to extend an existing ban on gay marriage in the constitution as failed because the low turnout just over twenty percent of the population took part despite two polling days and strong. Backing from the Romanian orthodox church purports to be valid thirty percent of Rumania's almost nineteen million electorate had to participate in the referendum bought, according to the electoral commission, just twenty point four percent actually voted on Saturday and Sunday making the result nulla. Void as gay marriage is already banned in Rumania under the civil code. The result will make little difference in practice. But the result is an embarrassment for the governing social Democrats who strongly supported the referendum and the measure of the lack of influence of the Romanian orthodox church. Dan, Bonner an MP of the opposition save Romania union. The only major political party to oppose the referendum called for the government's immediate resignation for as he put it wasting forty million euros of public money on a fantasy. We heard earlier in the program about a cool from climate scientists for the world to act quickly to prevent a dangerous rise in temperatures. So what can you do to minimize your impact on global warming cut out air travel, perhaps or make your home more energy efficient? Maybe you might consider giving up Netflix Amazon prime video or if you're in the UK BBC play video. Streaming now accounts for the majority of internet traffic, which in turn is consuming evermore electricity. We asked our technology correspondent, Rory, Catherine. Joe is to find out more Alexa, turn the heat down to sixty degrees. The heat set to sixteen. I don't know about you. But I'm pretty green. The temperature is set at a bracing level, the loft is fully lagged and all the appliances. It off the wall. Now, let's get worse. The terry. There's nothing much on right now. But luckily avid choice of video on demand services that the player Amazon prime net flicks. Mo. Yes. This is where my home gets a lot less green. There's a lot involved when you flip on your television. And what something on Netflix, for example dogs? Mike has us of Lancaster university has been researching the growing energy use of video streaming which now accounts for the majority of internet traffic, the internet. The data centers the digital devices all count for about eight percent of global electric demand. And that's about three percent of carbon emissions, which is roughly equivalent to the airline industry. And because video streaming is such a large share more than sixty five percent of all internet traffic. You could say that around three percent perhaps of global extra city demand goes.

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Global News Podcast

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"I asked the BBC's, Celine Garrett in Istanbul about the mood across Turkey and which goods are affected? Well, this morning Turkey, double tariffs on some US imports and including cars, alcohol, tobacco cosmetics, slice and called a decree was signed by presidents at type our Don. And for instance, the tariffs on passenger cars are was doubled to one hundred and twenty percent on alcoholic drinks to one hundred forty percent. Sent and on tobacco to sixty percent. The vice president took this on Twitter and he said, this step was taken under the principle of reciprocity in response to US administrations, deliberate attacks on Turkish economy that is a feeling shared across Turkey amongst the pro government people, government supporters that Turkish economy is targeted, and there should be a response and the government is acting in line with that. Having said that these terrorists will not actually have a very serious impact. The United States is the fourth largest source of imports. Turkey, it accounts, twelve billion dollars of imports. However, these particular tariffs will be targeting only a small small ratio of that, and this will rather be very symbolic. Of course, Turkish government is trying to put on a brave face. Your symbolic may be, but what do people in Turkey make of all this? Well, there is this. Atmosphere of a tense cautiousness in Turkey. Last Friday, the Turkish lira the local currency had seen a record, low lost twenty percent overnight. And we're talking about a currency that already had lost forty percent of its value since the beginning of the year. But early this week, the central Bank intervened and the lira gained some ground after dot and the Turkish government is saying that the steps taken by the central men central Bank show that they are on the right path. LeRoy is declining. It has actually rallied this morning as well after a Turkish at a Turkish court decided to release to Greek soldiers. So Turkey is causing up to its European neighbours, Germany, Greece, France, et cetera. There will be talks held with Mirko mccrone and our dawn, for instance, today and tomorrow and Turkey wants to show that it has alternatives and the people in Turkey want to see that we cannot talk about a panic atmosphere in Turkey. But every now and then when someone passes by an exchange office, you see a worried face where is the dollar standing now, whereas the lira standing now. But having said that this morning lira has rallied, we're talking about lira standing at six against the dollar. Whereas two days ago, it was above seven Shulin Garrod speaking from Istanbul to Israel. Now where the commercial crossing with the Gaza Strip has fully reopened restrictions along the border. We're taking last month following the wave of Palestinian mass protests that occurred since late March. And last week, there was a third confrontation between Israeli security forces and HAMAs the militant group which controls the territory. But Israel says it's responding to a period of relative calm by reopening the Kerem Shalom crossing from where you'll anelle sent this report. Lorries carrying fuel and commercial goods. Now, entering the crossing after security checks, their loads will be transferred to Palestinian vehicles and taken into Gaza Israeli officials imposed tighter restrictions here last month in response to the board of violence and Palestinians, launching balloons and kites carrying flammable material. These have burned large areas of farmland in southern Israel. The changes here at Khurram Shalom and Israel's decision to allow Gaza fishermen back into an area fourteen and a half kilometer off the coast have raised hopes that Egypt and the UN could be getting closer to negotiating a more comprehensive truce between Israel and to mess that would prevent another escalation in fighting and ease the severe economic hardship in Gaza. Yulon's Nell reporting. Zimbabwe's governing party has filed papers and the constitutional court in an effort to nullify the opposition's legal challenge. The result of last month's elections Zanu PF says the case brought by the opposition MDC has no merit Shingai New Yorker reports. The ruling party is the first of dozens of respondents to file its court challenge. It dismisses the opposition's claims of counting regularities and a flawed electoral environment that favored president Managua. The elections management body is also expected to challenge the and has already rejected the accusation that had rigged these elections. The constitutional court is expected to hear the arguments before ruling on whether to dismiss the MDC case which nullify the results and order a recount or a new election Xinguang yorker..

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Global News Podcast

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The correct line is what they've told me I should do. I pushed for the reforms. We are still pushing for reforms even if reforms day. My view is that I would not accept anything less than their forms, but the view of the people is that Mr. lead us to Kenan lead us to victory, lead us to a news in it will be the country's first election since Robert Mugabe was forced out of office late last year after nearly four decades in power. I asked the BBC's Shing. Guy, New Yorker in Harari for more on Mr.. Chemmy says, comments. You had some very strong words for the electoral commission that he's, he described them as being stubborn as being arrogant. And essentially, he's he claims. They are supporting the ruling Zanu PF party in rigging. These elections, the the movement for democratic change held a marathon meeting with its alliance partners to discuss the issue of of withdrawing from these elections which are just days away. What he said is that personally, he would have wanted to withdraw. But then after consulting with the different structures and groups and the different parties, they decided they would still go ahead with with the elections, but clearly they're not happy and they say, whatever result will not be legitimate results because of the concerns that they have been a lot of excitement about this election being the first one since Robert Mugabe left. Our, how do symboblic feel? Well, there is a lot of excitement and it's reflected in the sheer number of political parties and independence and candidates who are standing. They Twenty-three presidential candidates affi- fold increase from the average, the fifty five political parties, thousands of parliamentary candidates. I've spoken to many Zimbabweans on the street and the opinion is divided. Some of them believe that very little change. Zanu PF takes power, but among different interest groups, especially the white community. For example, they really believe that Donald PF might be able to deliver on Emerson mnangagwa's might be able to deliver in in a way that Robert Mugabe wasn't Shingai New Yorker in Harari. Rescue workers in Greece are searching for large numbers of missing. People have to wildfires swept across vast areas near Athens, killing at least seventy nine people firefighters say they've received dozens of calls from frantic relatives and friends, but the exact number missing is not clear. The prime minister, Alexis tsipras has declared three days of mourning. The thority suspect. Some fires may have been started deliberately. James Reynolds reports from the badly affected resort of Monty. You could see how close safety was for a lot of people here in Mattie this street, which is entirely burned out there. Child caused on either side is just about one hundred meters away from the ocean. I can see it passed a couple of burnt down trees. And of course for years people here thought that is the thing that would save him. There was a forest fire, they would simply get to the scene, some of them manage to do so. Can you tell me your name? I had. I feeling that I can do almost nothing. That's Ron. They were a flame anywhere even close to the. I was trying to tell my wife who survived and will be okay. Did you believe what you were saying? Not really believe that this. The police have cordoned off one area in this resort, and I can just see in the distance, several people still searching through the ground. And this is where more than twenty people huddled as they were trying to escape and they all died. The authorities here trying to make sure that they've gone through every piece of ground here. Panayotis Golos stands next to a car with burns down the right side of his body. He's come back to find out what happened to his wife. Say, cut up when the fire came. The couple were together with that three year old son. Six thirty banning things to put them in the car. And on the moment we were gathered here who stunned by car. All cars were here. I took my baby around towards the sea while my my wife. I didn't know what happened. I think you've been yourself kid. You lost so have right here. Yeah, we're looking for. I left to the c. I think she, let's hear something and what was the last thing you said to him, but believe for the child, the child, the Charleston..

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"shingai new yorker" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The correct line is what they've told me I should do. I pushed for the reforms. We are still pushing for reforms even if reforms day. My view is that I would not accept anything less than their forms, but the view of the people is that Mr. lead us to Kenan lead us to victory, lead us to a news in it will be the country's first election since Robert Mugabe was forced out of office late last year after nearly four decades in power. I asked the BBC's Shing. Guy, New Yorker in Harari for more on Mr.. Chemmy says, comments. You had some very strong words for the electoral commission that he's, he described them as being stubborn as being arrogant. And essentially, he's he claims. They are supporting the ruling Zanu PF party in rigging. These elections, the the movement for democratic change held a marathon meeting with its alliance partners to discuss the issue of of withdrawing from these elections which are just days away. What he said is that personally, he would have wanted to withdraw. But then after consulting with the different structures and groups and the different parties, they decided they would still go ahead with with the elections, but clearly they're not happy and they say, whatever result will not be legitimate results because of the concerns that they have been a lot of excitement about this election being the first one since Robert Mugabe left. Our, how do symboblic feel? Well, there is a lot of excitement and it's reflected in the sheer number of political parties and independence and candidates who are standing. They Twenty-three presidential candidates affi- fold increase from the average, the fifty five political parties, thousands of parliamentary candidates. I've spoken to many Zimbabweans on the street and the opinion is divided. Some of them believe that very little change. Zanu PF takes power, but among different interest groups, especially the white community. For example, they really believe that Donald PF might be able to deliver on Emerson mnangagwa's might be able to deliver in in a way that Robert Mugabe wasn't Shingai New Yorker in Harari. Rescue workers in Greece are searching for large numbers of missing. People have to wildfires swept across vast areas near Athens, killing at least seventy nine people firefighters say they've received dozens of calls from frantic relatives and friends, but the exact number missing is not clear. The prime minister, Alexis tsipras has declared three days of mourning. The thority suspect. Some fires may have been started deliberately. James Reynolds reports from the badly affected resort of Monty. You could see how close safety was for a lot of people here in Mattie this street, which is entirely burned out there. Child caused on either side is just about one hundred meters away from the ocean. I can see it passed a couple of burnt down trees. And of course for years people here thought that is the thing that would save him. There was a forest fire, they would simply get to the scene, some of them manage to do so. Can you tell me your name? I had. I feeling that I can do almost nothing. That's Ron. They were a flame anywhere even close to the. I was trying to tell my wife who survived and will be okay. Did you believe what you were saying? Not really believe that this. The police have cordoned off one area in this resort, and I can just see in the distance, several people still searching through the ground. And this is where more than twenty people huddled as they were trying to escape and they all died. The authorities here trying to make sure that they've gone through every piece of ground here. Panayotis Golos stands next to a car with burns down the right side of his body. He's come back to find out what happened to his wife. Say, cut up when the fire came. The couple were together with that three year old son. Six thirty banning things to put them in the car. And on the moment we were gathered here who stunned by car. All cars were here. I took my baby around towards the sea while my my wife. I didn't know what happened. I think you've been yourself kid. You lost so have right here. Yeah, we're looking for. I left to the c. I think she, let's hear something and what was the last thing you said to him, but believe for the child, the child, the Charleston..

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"shingai new yorker" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"John mnangagwa says elections will be held on the thirtieth of july it'll be the first poll since robert mugabe was ousted from power in november dan damon heard more on the president's statement from the bbc's shingai new yorker in her alway in the government notice that was issued he has said that elections will be held on july the thirtieth of these elections are for the president to elect parliamentarians as well as counselors many people had been expecting that he would announce a date this week and that elections would be held by the end of july so it really falls within the expectation that many people have had and how will the elections be conducted that'll be the most important thing that people trust the result absolutely and that's one of the points that president emmerson mnangagwa's has been at pains to emphasize he says that he wants to ensure that those elections are free fair and credible because there's a notch writing on these elections as above it has been isolated for the last twenty years or so from the international community of because of a niche human rights abuses and and vote manipulation and so he is looking at this opportunity as a chance to redeem a not just in bob we but also himself seeing as he came to power last november through a military intervention how united is the opposition to appear that's the biggest challenge many people are saying that the opposition always tend to disintegrate just before elections right now the main opposition the main challenger twos are the rulings on a pf party is the movement for democratic change they have splintered after the death of morgan chime get i who lead the party for over twenty years they have been to court they fighting over who's the rightful leader and so really if they don't mobilize and get themselves together this could be an election easy lixion win was on a pf come july thirtieth meanwhile what about the ousted president robert mugabe he he's got to face some kind of a tribunal all at this stage the tribunal relates to some diamond funds that he alleged went missing but it's really not clear what role he will have in these elections uncertainty he will not be supporting on a pf or so he said the question is with a he will come out publicly.

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"shingai new yorker" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"John mnangagwa says elections will be held on the thirtieth of july it'll be the first poll since robert mugabe was ousted from power in november dan damon heard more on the president's statement from the bbc's shingai new yorker in her alway in the government notice that was issued he has said that elections will be held on july the thirtieth of these elections are for the president to elect parliamentarians as well as counselors many people had been expecting that he would announce a date this week and that elections would be held by the end of july so it really falls within the expectation that many people have had and how will the elections be conducted that'll be the most important thing that people trust the result absolutely and that's one of the points that president emmerson mnangagwa's has been at pains to emphasize he says that he wants to ensure that those elections are free fair and credible because there's a notch writing on these elections as above it has been isolated for the last twenty years or so from the international community of because of a niche human rights abuses and and vote manipulation and so he is looking at this opportunity as a chance to redeem a not just in bob we but also himself seeing as he came to power last november through a military intervention how united is the opposition to appear that's the biggest challenge many people are saying that the opposition always tend to disintegrate just before elections right now the main opposition the main challenger twos are the rulings on a pf party is the movement for democratic change they have splintered after the death of morgan chime get i who lead the party for over twenty years they have been to court they fighting over who's the rightful leader and so really if they don't mobilize and get themselves together this could be an election easy lixion win was on a pf come july thirtieth meanwhile what about the ousted president robert mugabe he he's got to face some kind of a tribunal all at this stage the tribunal relates to some diamond funds that he alleged went missing but it's really not clear what role he will have in these elections uncertainty he will not be supporting on a pf or so he said the question is with a he will come out publicly.

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"shingai new yorker" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Have been committed but that hasn't really trickled down onto the ground the cash shortages are still the that unemployment is still high and this is where this angst among ordinary zimbabweans is coming from that they really are starting to doubt with emmerson mnangagwa will be able to turn the fortunes around so what do you think the mood is coming up to those elections you've had both south africa and zimbabwe with new leaders trying to solve these problems of corruption and very sluggish economic growth if the voter registration is anything to go by this being a spike in the number of people especially young people who traditionally have been disengaged from politics who have registered to vote there's a lot of hope and not of expansion but the question really is now who do zimbabweans believe can deliver the promises and the the hopes and the expectations that they have shingai new yorker let's do the numbers sixteen months of opec production cuts are sending creed prices to three year highs oil ministers meet this week to discuss longerterm cooperation and turkey's benchmark stock index is flat today after jumping three percent in the last session president aired on announce snap elections year and a half early to consolidate power the lira has spiked more than two percent against the dollar now power in cuba has changed hands from the castro family to its vice president miguel diaz canal and along with us relations cuba's economy is a mess mark entwistle was former canadian ambassador to cuba he's now a managing partner at casta cuba capital in toronto they have a particularly unique fiscal challenge in that they have a system of two currencies one is a hard currency denominated national peso and the other one is national peso they are embarked on a process now of unifying the two currencies finally to have won national currency that has caused a great deal of challenge for them nine terms of denominating expo.

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Marketplace All-in-One

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"And by entercom quality pipeline means more revenue and when you use entercom get both intercom is the business messaging platform that streamlines you are funnel it's live chat bot oughta manically qualifies and converts site visitors into leads driving the type of growth your business deserves find out all about it at intercom dot com slash growth that's intercom dot com slash g r o w t h sixteen thousand nurses fired in zimbabwe for going on strike we don't have tools of trades elect gloves we do have surgical mask mosquitoes so he can't wake in we can't compromise our health live from london this is the marketplace morning report from the bbc world service i'm on good morning this week zimbabwe marked its first independence day without robert mugabe whose economic policies over three decades of left the south african nation with eighty percent unemployment and cash shortages but new leadership hasn't yet brought a new economic reality on monday thousands of nurses went on strike on wednesday the government fired them all and today the nurses union says it will take legal action if they aren't reinstated the bbc's shingai new yorker is in harari this is not new in zimbabwe there have been a doctors and nurses and teachers strikes over the last ten years and so also over the poor and low wages but this action by the new government is pretty strawberry given the fact that the strike had only been in place for about two days why what is going on with nurses and teachers and their salaries that they're so unhappy junior nurses in this country earn about two hundred eighty four us dollars a month the living wage here's estimated to be about five hundred teachers are pretty much the same and even doctors the new president emmerson managua made reference to that fact in his independent speech yesterday and said that he acknowledges the plight but he said that the needs to be a bit of patience exercised until the economy turns around and only then will they be able to meet some of the expected patients you mentioned their independence day the first one without robert mugabe you've got elections coming in july how much has life changed economically in zimbabwe over the last five months or so there's been a lot of expectation foreign investors seemed to have renewed the interest in zimbabwe they've been reports that billions of dollars.

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"shingai new yorker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To put my name six studies first plus sample deleted awkward the board filled full decrease the judge but some traditions remain the government has borrowed heavily to stay afloat over the years next year the budget is projected to cost five point eight billion us dollars against a projected revenue of five point one billion all around the country the economic challenges are plain to see at this international money transfer agency subservience are waiting to collect money since by relatives living abroad upi get almost infinite mind michael mace it's always been suffering in a villa seven hundred not the roy innis roy eight impact on the visit the from on the reserve thanks these last year the country received seven hundred eighty million us dollars this way it's a lifeline to jobless about preins and a muchneeded injection into the economy these more money coming into the country from relatives them from foreign investors and lack of confidence escaped money not just out of the country but locals also keeping their money out of the banks and has fueled a cash crisis and a thriving black market this illegal money changer explains leonard which which one i can see run run run the microbes together we source cash from shopkeepers they normally one to exchange the local currency for the us dollar so we are the gobetweens and put a mockup the whole cash crisis is because shops on bank lending money they run the risk that if they do they will be able to get it out again if the central bank guaranteed her a ticket it will be needed the money owed circulating little had economy number to bring them but then turned up in the zimbabwe has a large informal seek that's waiting to be reintegrated into the mainstream economy more texas from this space will allow governments to rely list on donors to fund its health and education sectors the country holds great promise it's rich in mineral resources and as a hardworking illiterate workforce the new government says it will pursue reengagement with the into national community to encourage investors to come back but many believe they know quick returns and that it will take time to undo the damage of the last seventeen years and that report was from the bbc's shingai new yorker in our ari.

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"shingai new yorker" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Build another three hundred thousand new homes a year by 20 25 peter truscott chief executive of the construction company galliford told us homes could be built more quickly if the planning system was reformed getting through the the planning system it it it's slow its cumbersome it's unpredictable so something needs to be done about that that will speed up housebuilding as far as the green belt who's concerned inevitably at some point if we want to be building 300000 houses year we're going to have to start looking at areas of the green belt particularly in areas of very high demand more than seventy people have been moved from their homes in lancashire after heavy rain caused serious disruption overnight flood warnings are in place across the county and in neighboring cumbria tomba each reports lancashire far service has been pumping water out of people's flooded homes and rescuing the most vulnerable people overnight there were hundreds of emergency calls as heavy rain caused severe localized flooding in the northern part of the county the village of goal gates to the south of lancaster was probably the worst affected after the river kanda burst its banks vehicles were abandoned as a surge of river water seeped into people's homes residents spent some of the night in local pubs fi crews also rescued animals including twenty horses there are now several flood warnings in place and a number of roads in the area have been closed the new leader is them badly emerson man gagua has praised the people for their support and urged the country to unite in his speech to cheering crowd on his return from south africa mr men and gagua said zimbabwe was experiencing a new and unfolding dumped democracy and his priority was to rebuild its economy he'll be sworn in as president tomorrow from harari shingai new yorker reports imas in managua emerged from hiding two weeks after being sacked as vice president and fleeing the country in fear of his life on the steps of the rulings on appear party headquarters and relishing his victory he told thousands of.

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"shingai new yorker" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The change to stamp duty would benefit mainly existing homeowners because prices would rise by about three of 1 percent point three of 1 percent the chief secretary to the treasury liz choice insisted it was no more than a minor increase speaking on newsnight she said the plan would help many people i think lots of people all struggling to get on the housing latter there are many people in their twenties and thirties he previously would have been able to buy a home now finding a much more difficult and of course we need to increase his wife who james and that's what will these measures are about and getting up to three hundred thousand but we really felt it was necessary to do something now to help those who have struggled for a number of years the new leader zimbabwe emerson menon gagua has praised the people for their support and urged the country to unite in his speech to a cheering crowd on his return from south africa mr men and gagua said zimbabwe was experiencing a new and unfolding democracy and his priority was to rebuild its economy he'll be sworn in as president tomorrow from harari shingai new yorker reports imas in managua emerged from hiding two weeks after being sacked as vice president and fleeing the country in fear of his life on the sticks of the rulings on the party headquarters and really shing his victory he told thousands of cheering supporters is that the people's voice had been heard he pledged to deliver jobs and peace on friday missed him nondrug what will become only the second person to lead opposed independence some bob whip on monday longtime leader former president mugabe handed in a surprise resignation following a military takeover and widespread public protests calling on him to step down more than seventy people have been moved from their homes and lancashire after heavy rain caused disruption across the county the fire service said it had received more than four hundred calls related to flooding overnight there are currently nine flood warnings and force across lancashire and eighteen in neighboring come prayer an raf plane has landed in argentina to join efforts to search for the submarine missing in the south atlantic the argentine navy says the mission to find the sun one with forty four crew on board has reached a critical phase andy moore reports the orient voyager aircraft which took off from brize norton in oxfordshire was loaded with three tons of equipment including twelve emergency lifesupport ports.

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"shingai new yorker" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"shingai new yorker" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc sales of all complete range of programmes go to bbcworldservicecom forward slash podcast welcome to the latest global news compiled in the early hours of the morning on thursday the 16th of november i'm alex in with a selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up after cimozewicz 24 hours in zimbabwe it appears to be the end of an era themes come however people apprehensive about what will happen next india country the res mode of uncertainty president backrow of france's invited lebanon's prime minister saad hariri to visit if he can get out of saudi arabia they basically aford's mr hariri and his family a some time a few days in fronts not political exile mr macro told journalists this very specifically controversy in the american deepsouth as allegations of sexual misconduct to rise concerning the republican candidate george more of a righteous man he's a good rarely he wants to win for this country unfortunately in this state i think he's still gonna win i don't think he should but i i think you'll want to win and scientists try to cure an incurable disease using gene therapy inside the body we start in zimbabwe where this been a grudging welcome from most people to the apparent military coup in the country there have been no reports of serious violence though number of ministers are thought to have been detained and president robert mugabe is under house arrest the army which controls the streets of the capital harari denies its carried out a coup but all the signs of their shingai new yorker reports from harari for days now these been increasing political uncertainty here in zimbabwe but this all came to a head in the early hours of this morning.

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