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06:10 min | 2 d ago

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"The disparity between what's happening in the rest of the country putting up. I mean for example. I could travel to work on a crowded community train packed in like sardines with more people that attend the average. This is sarah haywood. She's a wedding planner and spokesperson for the uk. Weddings taskforce and the issue of course is numbers. We get back so we're really really pleased that the numbers have been pushed off so we're now at socially distance capacity so that's about fifty percent so it's basically a ceremony and a meal that doesn't work for the huge majority if people world leaders were out in full force for the g. seven summit. In cornwall. even the ninety five year old queen was delighting them with her quickly. You internet mosques. Seemingly no social distancing either but not display has further angered the wedding industry still operating under kobe restrictions. I mean some people will go ahead. initially let me say you know before it all starts saying okay. We can have the numbers about. We can't sing. Have moss on the rest of it. As the night goes on palm these things might be eroded perhaps heaven for fans. Some people might even start dancing on. I mean and and you could actually have the scenario where you and we've seen it at other events. The police turn up and say you know. Break up this wedding. It's it's not covert compliant. I mean it sounds a bit silly. Has anybody told the fans zones for the football the space to be singing and dancing and hugging and kissing each other so within twenty four months of us being able to go back to work two full numbers on restricted. We've got over eight hundred thousand things that's double lap that's over a million and a half people waiting to get married so i can see when a scientist looks at that. Figure they go you know. All these people makes fifty million people will attend the wedding. A guess i we do see that. Thought if we're going to learn to live in a covid world we go to ensure that the people who can make these things happen in the safest possible way are here to do it and it feels the reason long to wait until everybody's vaccinated but in the meantime consumer confidence taken such a dive. People don't quite believe what they're told anymore. It's taken us so long to get government to really grasp. Is that a low. It looks like from the outside. A wedding planner. I guess it looks to most people that you know. I'm just a silly woman with a click boondi whereas high heels a saturday afternoon an attend parties. But actually i and four hundred thousand dollars. The workers were serious people. Sixty thousand of us running very serious profitable businesses. We've done well. And all sectors the envy of the event sector around the world and to lose that edge is dangerous. What else in the world can you marry like a princess in a palace here you can. And the destination wedding market here is quite large. My prisoners relies upon it. It's not something we've ever needed to champion before. I mean never did. I think that i would need to. In some way engage with government in order to produce a wedding. Now that we've done that now that we've made our case we just need to push for two little bit further because with thrilled with really thrilled that we've got the numbers increased but the activities around a wedding also count and if you're going to let people do what they're doing in the rest of society that normally needs addressing it's important it's it's a right of passage and the right to marry is one of the most cherished fundamental freedoms that we enjoy and the conservative party is supposed to be the party of family and family values and it's enough now. We've done everything we were asked to do. And we have suffered sixteen and a half billion pound loss. Ninety percent of wedding business is reporting that they've lost between ninety and one hundred percent of their revenue during this time. Even most robust business is struggling. And sarah what happens if it isn't july the nineteenth if they shy away from it again. That's another key some gun. Isn't it what happens at an entire sector in imminent danger of going under and it's not just my sector. I happen to be here to represent my sector but there all huge societal impacts. If we don't learn how to move through this it's here to stay. We could make a podcast about kobe. Marriages without including our recent wedding celebrity in the office when she managed to find time for us either. I'm sorry and i'm a producer at sky news so i had my covert wedding in september twenty twenty last year. The guidance kept shifting. Meant that before this we had to plan and re panel wedding about three times. It was emotionally and physically draining. Our initial plan was to have a big fat bucks. Tiny wedding with something like two hundred and fifty to three hundred guests. If my mom go away. That's pretty standard by the way for asian weddings just in case. You didn't know so. I wanted to have a really sort of intercultural wedding mixing both mike cultural traditions and that of my husband errands who comes from an irish family. So i found irish kaley banned for dancing kaley. I thought you know it'd be great because.

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04:51 min | 2 d ago

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"What they said about weddings. I'm splitting to on it. If i'm perfectly honest with you i completely and utterly understand and appreciate the science at the moment and this is not something where we want to just throw away all of the efforts that everyone is made for fifteen months for the sake of a few weeks. I think partly my concern is we've been told that we're going to have to live with this too to some extent so in another full weeks. We're going to be moving again and again you know. How much confidence is there really with a new day. But i think looking at some of the finer d- do you feel that. Weddings have been treated in the wedding industry as a whole have been treated very disproportionate later other industries that have been allowed to to reopen and to take part in the government's event program wet testing can be involved allowed to have more people more than thirty years. That is that's we can have more than thirty. So it's dictated by the size of the venue that someone has hired to the room that you'll having your event in basically so i would doubt very much. That many weddings have been booked in rooms that can accommodate nine thousand one hundred guests like a normal sized wedding. But with you not me to social distancing calculations built into to that factor so we we have eight guests so we're going to be about thirty five thirty six guests. I think it will be. But i don't think the venue would be able to hold that many more people than that in a socially distance capacity anyway and what about the music and the dancing. I mean is it the case that if somebody other than you and fail for your i don't get to your feet you're gonna get busted by the police or something. It's classic complex. Government rules not dissimilated to the barnard cost type. Roles are thanks. Venues not allowed to open dance flows or anything that could be perceived to be And guests are discouraged from danzig. So it is not illegal for us to don so if i was outside the bodleian library at the university of oxford where we're getting married in the quad and i happen to just jay on the spot. That isn't a dance floor. Dole then potentially i probably could get away with their i. I'm not sure what the universities rose will be on this. Obviously we're waiting for venues now to interpret the government's guidelines the danzig. One is the most complex one to understand the easiest way. I can describe it. Is that weddings now. Really allowable as a large sit down meal live music. Can you can have a bam. You can have a band so this this. That's quite interesting. So there's some limits around. What bands can do recommendations on doing outdoor performances raw than indoor because of transmission. But it it comes back to money you rallying point about what we spent thousands of pounds on band. That's who paid for the timing to find out about. This is wake on. We need to use the performers in some way shape or form otherwise. We're literally to just burning a pile of money unconscious. Tell us last. What about the treatment. How's it going. How's it been going during lockdown surgery about a week before lockdown started last march and i had quality problems healing so i was going into hospital meant to be shielding but i was going to about three times a week four times a week addressing changes and things said really risky time and quite terrifying. I think because we didn't know that much about the virus at that point and and how people who had compromised immune systems could handle it since last summer touch would find some real world around me. i'm scanned every three months treatment. Stable some of the treatment had to move around just slightly during the pandemic. He didn't quite work for me so we had to restart that but it was fine so i have been certainly one of the lucky ones compared to lots of women who i know with breast cancer despite being clinically vulnerable and despite having incurable breast cancer. I'm still here. So i'm going to try and celebrate and enjoy myself as much as possible for the fact that both of us here and we'll be with our friends and our loved ones. Were car please take into that wedding in your future with filled up the the prayers and best wishes of all of us here on the sky news daily podcast and all.

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01:56 min | 2 d ago

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"Marriages one of those really significant life events. births deaths and marriages. Isn't it in a real marker. Not only for the two people getting married but who surrounds you. Were saying. That weddings can go ahead with more than thirty. People lifting that restriction on thirty people from from june the twenty first then was not allowed to open dance flows or anything that could be perceived to be a dance floor. It does feel like there's a little bit of a comparison with the life. We once had all i can say is. I'm sorry for disappointment that this will certainly bring. It's not jane. My dank normal year all over england and wales couples. Walk down aisles. Break the glass shower. Each other. With rice saito thrones half a million people promised to spend the rest of their lives together but of course last year things will put on. Hold we all got those change. The date cards in the post and then again and then attacks because what's the point in getting them printed this time round wedding. Planning challenges went from pre twenty twenty. Who will be my best man to twenty twenty. Who are the most important thirteen people in our lives to june. Twenty twenty one make my wedding great with no dance floor. No singing and no mingling. The stage three restrictions kappa thirty guests might be lifted but for the more than thirty five thousand bride and grooms to be paid for their wedding in full and now face changing at once again. It means yet more adjusting plans invitations and probably not the wedding of their dreams. Nor is it for the industry as the daily mirror. Front page put it bride and dune. Welcome to the sky news. Daily podcast.

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03:59 min | Last week

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"So there's a pandemic going on it's infecting our cities our politics and our workplaces young people as well as the elderly. No i'm not talking about covid. i'm talking about loneliness. According to economist marina hertz. We're living in d. lonely century. She's condensed years research into her new book and hopes that global leaders will take note of the severity of the situation. Why realize very quickly was that. We were in the midst of a global loneliness crisis with one in five adults feeling lonely always or often and this is despite technology making. It is easy to talk to our neighbors as it is to talk to someone on the other side of the world should loneliness be put on the agenda and recognized for what it is something with huge economic societal and political consequences. I kind of wanted to target as almost like an uber but for friends versus cars. Do the renta friend businesses springing up. Have the right idea or does the solution lion structural change to our cities our workplaces and indeed our whole lies. Hello i'm dermott manahan and welcome to the sky news daily podcast three things that happened at roughly the same time. The i was my students. I was teaching university and i observed that really significant numbers of students were coming into my office in an office hours confiding me that they felt lonely and isolated and this was a pretty new phenomenon. I'd been teaching on enough university for about twenty years and i had never seen this scale. This number of students feeling lonely and isolated noreen hurts is on economist and author. She's advised companies and governments on his an honorary professor at the institute of global prosperity in london in my academic research. I was researching the rise of wing populism across the globe leaders like donald trump and the united states marine le pen france matere salvini in italy. And as i interviewed people who are voting for right wing populists one thing that came across from this stories time and time again was how lonely and isolated. They were lonely in the sense of not having friends and having limited support networks but also learning in the sense of feeling unseen unheard am visible which is a key element of what loneliness of course is as well so there. I had my students feeling lonely in my research right wing. Populist voters filling lenny. And i had bought an alexa one if days amazon devices a virtual assistant devices that sits in my kitchen and i observed how i was interacting with her and how attached i was becoming too this little device in my kitchen which got me thinking about what i came to define as the loneliness economy. An entire economy made up of goods and services being designed to.

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07:47 min | Last week

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"Hello and welcome to sky news. Climate costs. I'm capturing of until this week i'm afraid i'm you've got steering the good ship primakov whilst james is on a well deserved break. We missed you keeping me company this week. We have some fantastic s as we look at the climate credentials of a sport followed and loved by millions of people around the world. This is the twenty one inch. everything is possible today. Stray yes of course. Eight football and to celebrate the kickoff all euro twenty twenty yes olympics. It's still cold that in twenty twenty one. It's confusing i know. We're looking at the carbon footprint of the biggest sport in the world meeting the climate advocates in the industry and exploring how much more sustainable football could and should be safe to explore all that with me this week. I'm joined by sky sports presenter. David carita david. Hello welcome to climate costs. Thanks very much for stepping into some very elegant high heels. Anna has left in her wake. I was gonna say probably not sized. I'm sure dainty lovely dainty feet and i will try and squeeze into them as best i can. You're very very welcome. And thanks very much. Because i think this subject. That can either really under people's skin if they're football fan all something that many people actually celebrate when they're looking at the scale of football and the scale of the industry that supports it but looking at it from sort of perspective of a football fan we think titles trophies plays games on earth has climate and sustainability. Stay with it. Yeah it's a good question. I mean football for a long time. It's been set up around those matches winning those trophies. Especially now in the last thirty years about the money that you can earn as a football club and as a player sustainability. Where does that fit in is is kind of a relatively new concept assault a crowbar it in. Sometimes it's been left to the foundation arm of a clubs of department. They kind of deal with it when pasta work in their communities and that kind of thing but often those aren't particularly well resourced at climate change climate action. That doesn't tend to be top of the agenda that there are more pressing concerns day today up. You know it is becoming more and we'll conversation and should football fans cat. I mean if their team's winning leagues winning trophies do you think there's there's the space them to also think ooh all they green. Yes i think so because square simply because of not just. Football impacting the planet but the the sport itself suffering from the effects of climate change their own sport. They love is under threat. In what way. Well as we well know. The global warming itself has caused extreme weather patterns all over the world and sports. Is you know in no way exempt or something. That is still is victims. Is everything else and football. Matches have been impacted by that with extreme heat or with huge downpours college united's ground in two thousand fifteen was impacted by storm desmond and the pitch was completely obvious. Forty nine days wrecks the stadium so those things are really happening and more and more frequently and that's one of the reasons why full-fledged care it's a it's a real thing and how sustainable is football current eighth you to take her seven where its downs. If i'm being brutally honest not not very if you if you look at a report done by an organization called the rapid transition alliance if you were to compare global sport to a country and its carbon emissions it would be at the top end of the scale. Something like spain or poland. So if you were to try and make it like country and football of the most significant part of that and in that same report. They estimated that the two thousand eighteen world cup the last world cup three years ago in russia was responsible for two point one six million tons of carbon emissions. That's not even factoring in the building of the stadiums. Where a lot of the carboni sort of so so on that. If you want to look at this you know a lot of work to be done and we know how everyone loves a league table. There's even one. That's been created for sustainability amongst primarily. League clubs isn't that this is the sustainability league has been created by the sport positive summit. Tell us a little bit about that. How does it work. How clubs being ranked joseph. I exercise of its kind really too late key. Environmental sustainability info on every single primarily cups. This is a great idea into a table matrix. Because that's what football fans understand. They want to know where they are going to table. Top of it. They won't be headed nearest rival. So it's a really clever way of doing it. Say how does the league table. What okay so permanent cups are assessed over eight different categories in terms of just the environmental impacts of putting on a football match so they are clean energy energy efficiency sustainable transport single use plastic reduction or removal waste management water plant based or low carbon food and then also communications on engagement and sustainability in each of those categories carries a maximum number of points. You can you can earn. So so that's how is all assess and it's quite comprehensive across the boards and there was a winner of that sustainability table wasn't that it's properly quite a welcome win after a difficult year having missed out on finishing top for the premier league and losing manager this season but hitting the jackpot on fleeing environmentally friendly to talk. Yes maxed out all the areas of sustainability to finish with twenty one points at twenty one chairman. Daniel levy said that climate needs to be at the forefront of everybody's mind he said this we've seen people take great pride in their environment during the lockdown. So this past year when we return to normalcy. We cannot slip back into bad habits and lose sight of this. Well we are very pleased to say that. Join us now. Is tony stevens. Who is head of pr at tottenham hotspur to talk about just how it was done. We've undertaken huge huge projects. One being the Training I've run infield which was developed on greenbelt land and Ninety retained the much of the ecological habitat as the head of sustainability. Comes under tony responsibilities. But he says it's the responsibility of everyone tottenham and beyond attenuation low piles great christie in the united states will ever their hotel houses. The northlands and football club opened their brand new stadium in two nineteen which tiny is not only one of the most advanced in the world but one of the most sustainable mail was very new and shiny still. I'm pleased to say even though i smoke definitely no Things like the grass. Cuttings are taken to Offset by you know where the waste is recycled. And you've got the use of cup holders on on the side. There's the will to this year. Rhinos. kind into data until he says the scoring full points in these sustainability league and beating their rivals wasn't actually that difficult and that they hoped to go even further each year. Wouldn't say is tough. You know we we. Okay the advantage if you like and the benefit of having two new facilities where we were able to incorporate A lot of the sustainable measures.

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03:23 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Of the rescuers of the us his mobile phone. I called my husband bossy. I said to him we are live. We are save. I will never ever do something like that. The game here voice really was like a miracle. It was a few weeks later in early february twenty. Sixteen they were finally reunited in germany. We were on the station platform in sub and on the platform. Fassel waits for a train that late but eventually pulls in And on the train was his mother his father john zane and his twin sister. It was a wonderful actually seeing this. This family reunites it off the months when moments clearly when basle forces family wouldn't make it. This isn't a one offer across europe. Dislocated families being reunited the elderly love into middle of nine. Lift everything and he just said on his computer. get this message for me ernst and to his. I'd covered the refugee crisis for many many months. And for me it was really important to individualize these journeys. Put it all into a better context.

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02:44 min | 2 weeks ago

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"You're listening to episode four of story cast twenty one in two thousand and sixteen more than five thousand migrants drowned in the mediterranean as they try to reach europe among the three hundred sixty thousand people who attempted the crossing that here in the biggest mass movement of people since world war two was a family fleeing the war in syria. This is migrant rescue. My name's mark stone. And i may reporter correspondent for sky news. It was january the fifteenth twenty sixteen. I was in my house in brussels in belgium. Just put our our son to bed. And i was getting ready for what i thought would be an uneventful evening. They started as they do every morning. Here looking for the dots on the horizon. Some of the tiny migrant boats show up on radar. Some don't about five to eight. I got a A facebook message and it was from a young man. Bassam shahani thesis. Hello mr stone and then there's a long list of numbers. I don't know my family in this location. You have any information about the weather there. He was in germany messing. Me and i immediately realize what's happening. This is his family who are on the coast of turkey and they were trying to get to a very small island called near a greek island. And it's a distance of around about eight miles so not very far but remember it's january the water's cold and pretty rough. My name is holly. I'm twenty eight years old. I come from syria. I was with buses. Family is the father mother and twin sister. They show us the small light in the other side of the greek island told us about one hour from my wife and we talked to each other. Many times at these day said to him The weather is to bud. I'm not sure that we can arrive. Save good feeling told me something wrong But we have no other chance. We are required to.

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07:18 min | 2 weeks ago

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"You sound optimistic. I mean because you know what to put this to mark all your frustrations well because the statistics still tell us that that young people particularly young black boys are still getting killed and being killed disproportionately in particular on the on the streets of london. It still happening. Yup is still happening. But i think people have to realize that once we start talking about color that disproportionate blackboards. What's going to start happening. People start feeling safe like oh. It's your problem over. There really isn't dumber why fifteen years experience has shown me the children the i'm speaking to a range from everybody coach in the whole community. Love realize this mindset has spread is going to areas where there was never any problems the now kids estaban each other in there. It's not just it's not just in tottenham anymore is move dow it's a mindset and we have to make efforts to change that mindset and kill the narrative because that's what's keeping people an educated about knife crime and then not able to tackle it and be concerned have the concern that everybody needs to have. No child is up to go into school and see a seat with his friends. Used to be is not there anymore because he was stabbed and killed low white kids of food est post traumatic stress in drama having to deal with them but that boys the marley and boys everybody ally care for human life as all i care about so i'm just focused on really intent is to change the narrative go to speak to forties change the way that the system is seeing this tunneling first time offenders on the rescinded you be shocked to you. They know that this crime is terrible. But they're still tap a little kids on the risk of the first time being coat with the not an sending them back out that you have to take the knife out of the mind. You can't see somebody carrying a not. This is a mental health issue. There's i'm going to change this. It's a mental health issue. You gonna pick up a phone and pick up a night. What are you going to war. You going out. Where civilians all carrying guns and knives that you have to protect yourself and if it's the case then everyone needs to get together and say well what we're gonna do about this war in the streets if that's the case and if it's not the case that means that there's some mental health issues we have to deal with view because hurting people are people so let's focus on healing people and stop getting criminalize the focus on consequences for crime but it can't be a full stop. We call stop dead dumb. We have to be able to say coke okay. you're going to be restored into the community but what mindset. Do you have when you come back in. Let's stop new. Let's begin to heal you and help you so you bring value to the community when you come back you make a really important point that you know particularly about the mental health side of it as well and i wanted to ask you about you. Know the effect of the of the pandemic the lockdowns particularly on the generations. We're talking about you. Know the missing out on schooling sheer boredom the isolation the not mixing with their their peer groups the lack of exercise. You know the lack of opportunity to go out and run around and burn. Some of i mean you a bit fearful about as lockdown aziz. What might happen. i'll be saddam be dumb. I spoke about this a long time ago. I stood up. Kobe is going to lockdown. Isolation is going to see a lot more problems in covid. Could it's going to create a lot more mental health problems because we isolate prisoners for punishment speedway way using that word and not realizing the connections connotations with isolation and we're seeing it the videos and clips the icy now where i'm seeing people waving knives round and just angry. They just having an argument with dispute in shop. So what is selfish us a slow one in a sports shop the other days and people just straight an angry and after your freed from your home of the being locked away why would you carry a knife to go out on the street on you. Happy to breathe some fresh air and get out and get back to some sort of normality. But instead you're picking up a knife going out and the minute is conflict. You wanna resolve that conflict. By pulling out you'll knife Huge mental health issues out there. We created a null the level of problems that's going to impact on the level of crime and young people that we're having right now seeing the of it now as mark mentioned earlier they charity is trying to raise money to build a permanent base and a set up a gofundme page via its website not can be found at the kp f. dot com mark. Also wants to have a face to face conversation with his son's killer hannah hassan somalian refugee. Who was sixteen when he started kind. He was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison with a minimum term. A thirteen years. He's now applying for parole in england and wales and adult can face up to four years in jail and an unlimited fine if convicted of carrying a knife more than once shoot automatically face. Prison the policing minister kit malthouse told us government will badly police to do what is necessary to get knives off our streets and insists. It's making sure they have the resources and support that they need both string their ranks with twenty thousand additional offices. He runs on to say that more than one hundred thirty million pounds is being made available over the coming year to tackle the root causes of violent crime. While it's two hundred million pounds. Youth endowment fund supports vital projects aimed at steering young people away from a life of crime. New court is also office can stop and search adults who already have convictions for knife for offensive weapons of fences. There's an acceptance though that worked tackle e is never done cayennes legacy was further cemented in two thousand hundred when qpr renamed loftus road home the kind prince foundation stadium. The club has also awarded him. The number thirty shirt on the new season squad list calling it the most important signing. Qpr will ever make discussed the shire. How highly regarded. He was when he was here and he was a director of football. Les ferdinand hopes young people will see that is an alternative to knife crime. My thanks to mark. Cantu you for listening to this episode of the sky news daily podcast hosted by me dermott monaghan and produced by anne joyce along with tatyana alderson and katz swamy. If even joy this podcast you can follow us. In the usual places.

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04:07 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Hello i'm anna jones and i'm karen and on this week's episode of sky news climate cost. We're asking what role social media influences can play in the pikes gates climate. Change and we're going to be throwing blessing real celebrity guests. And i'm afraid of that media katrina going to be speaking to activists and love island star yao luca on strictly. Come dancing proactive kathy jones. So before we get talking about this week's topic your joining us from somewhere robert. Different this week katrina. I'm pretty sure that's not the peak district isn't do you know what i am. Five thousand miles away from anna. Because i'm speaking to you right now from a dhaka in bangladesh and we are here working on a big climate change project. Although i must be frank i'm the moment Enjoying i don't know if that's the right word a fourteen day hotel quarantine but it's the right thing to do and obviously we will do it. But it's a little bit noisy outside. So i think i will be recording this from the cool calm tranquility of my bedroom. Well yes and tell us a little bit. But i mean we'll hear about it in the weeks ahead but why bangladesh. We working to come here to show that climate change Isn't an issue. That's happening down the track. We often hear about the twenty fifty and people do. Is that the. We're going to start. Seeing climate change impacts but in bangladesh is a reality right now. There are no climate deniers in bangladesh because the seeing the impact on livelihood all locations where people live That dramatically changed right now because the freising sea levels because of washer that becomes more salty with go up because of sea level rise with rising temperatures increasing cyclone frequency.

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12:47 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Attached to these issues on the idea is that i will champion the cause of lgbt rights but here domestically and abroad and specifically. I'm going to be sharing an international. Lgbt conference that the uk's dench beholding next year next june Safe to be me which is going to be. A major event bringing activists politicians experts and ministers altogether to discuss how weakened advance. Lgbt rights globally. Well let's examine that. Let's start domestically and even start personally. Just tell us nick. What what your experiences. What your personal experiences have been have been a member of the community in the uk. And and of course in politics. and i in credibly. lucky. I came out at relatively late. butts to a loving family and supportive friends. And i've never felt that. I've faced any discrimination. I was the first out gay man to be elected to a conservative. A seat now. There are many out members of parliament in all the parties. Because i think that we progressed very fast. But i'm aware that many others haven't been so fortunate are afraid to be who they want to be or feel that they're discriminated against and even though we've made huge progress in the uk think there are some areas where there's more to do whether it's in relation to a young people in schools to ensure that that able to express themselves that they're not bullied whether it's in relation to sport whether it's in relation to the workplace whether it's in relation to things like trans issues where i think there's more work to do. I think that we can't rest until we can ensure that everybody lives equal. Human dignity is pretty to express themselves to be. They want to be a but a big part of my role is also look globally and we really do have a tale of two worlds there one set of countries that have been moving really very fast on these issues in the uk's one but other countries which either have stood still actually going backwards and we have nearly seventy countries that still criminalize homosexual conduct where you are not free to be who you want to be where you live in fear even a violent snow just from others but from the state itself some of those countries actually are commonwealth countries and some have the death penalty there are countries where these issues remain of huge concern and where i think that the uk with r. immense soft power with all of the missions that we have a around the world with our ability to work with our allies. The influence that we can bring to bear. I think we can help to try and promote human rights abroad and lgbt rights or human. But but just while we're on that. I still want to ask you some questions on the domestic situation. But we've gone into national and just you touch there on the issue of the commonwealth and it's it's raised every time there's a big commonwealth meeting. Well look why not just expel those countries. You mentioned there who have homophobic leaders who have homophobic legislation even have the death penalty on the statute book. Well in terms of influence. We've got a direct influence. Can't we just lead a vote there and say right. Get out of our club. You're not worthy of being in it. Well i i think we have to recognize. There are thirty five countries in the commonwealth. That's still criminalised homosexual activity and actually very often but the laws that they had were legacy britain's colonial past so i think we need to be cut of mindful of our earth position here and also respectful of the journey that other countries have debate oesteroe. We finally made it redness recently in the uk. You know. when i was born homosexual activity was still cried. And we are over an awesome rules that have ensured that is no longer the case right up to the point now where you can bury the person that you choose two of the same sex. But it hasn't happened to once. And all of these things had to be offered for and debated with lewis passed and we have to make stay steady progress in other countries as well being respectful of the physicians that arrange so yes. We need to take a clear stance. We need courage on help them. But i think it would be mistake to think of. It can all be done. We one big bang older. Be doing the colonies opposition any goods if we went as you suggested to the point where the komo went to say well countries would be expelled. I mean that would not what we wanted to. But what about. I'm thinking is so you were talking carrot and stick in terms of encouragement and sanction. You're you're much more in favor of incentivising and encouraging but what about. I'm thinking here of nations. That have gone backwards. You touched on it a bit earlier. Then nations which have actually bought in regressive legislation and some of them are former partners in the european union. What could and should be done about them well. I certainly wouldn't want anyone to think that. I was in favour of not taking your firm action. Where words necessary and certainly Where we saying know violence against lgbt us we would expect to action relations or any violence against a country citizens. You know we should. We should be very ready to take action. And we were for instance in relations to chechnya where what we've taken sunshine's as a as a consequence of the appalling bonds Lgbt people that actually resulted even in the killing of lgbt people And so on so so where necessary. I think we really do have to stand for. I think we have to stand with our allies and works with other institutions and such as the un and also with our partners and other countries This isn't just the uk standing alone. It's it's a partnership with many other countries around the world when necessary. We should be winning to take more resolute action absolutely coming up trans rights at risk of being caught up in a culture war and set the example at home where we do have direct control over things and you know i'm thinking here of reports more better than me. Reports of an increase in homophobic attacks is that a feature of the last few years. I think in general. The climate towards lgbt people has improved hugely and there is a growing acceptance and that is to be welcomed on. I think we should recognize that. There are areas of concern. I think that particularly in relation to trans people. There is concerned about the way in which they'll be treated and social media is playing a part in Some hatred which. I think we do need to tackle so i don't think that we can be complacent about i think. We have to be vigilant to ensure that that people are treated with the proper dignity and respect and equality and we have hatred laws which exist To protect people and they should be enforced in other parts of the world when nowhere near position and one of the reasons for holding the conference next year. The international conference is to focus on those parts of the world. Where frankly we have violence against lgbt people where we have inequality in trenched in their own laws. Criminalization for instance in the health healthcare as discrimination Which effects very important public health care programs where frankly the level of abuse of lgbt people is in a completely different spin and that is not in any way to downplay the importance of what we have to continue to domestic news which i am also focused on that. I do think we need to appreciate the importance of taking collective action in other countries around the world where the situation is really very serious and where stands needs to be made where we need to work with our allies to do so you at all worried about the kind of war on the woke. Lgbt issues an element of them in particular as she touched on their particularly trans issues seem to be getting caught up in in some of those discussions. I mean i read columnists fulminating against pulling down statues and whatever else it. It is also throw in their self identification for trans people that somehow dimensions of lgbt rights. Which of course is willing stander about. Human rights get caught up in that discussion. I am worried about a culture war And being played on. Actually either songs. And i'm very worried about where that leaves a trans people who can be very voluble who i think needs support and the protection of the states and think that they can face really quite serious discrimination And perhaps this is an area where not as much progress has been made in terms of public attitudes as other aspects of lgbt equality. So i do worry about that. And i really hope that we can have a respectful discussion and greater understanding or positions and be mindful of the fact that individuals are affected gear. And the everybody is entitled to live in equal human dignity and respect. And we've recognized this in relation to trans people ain't low for fifteen years now and and the people are just as entitled to it. So i very much reject any cultural In this area what you really want to focus on his practical things that we can do to help. Lgbt people and that includes that trans people ways that we can improve their life about experience that access to services. And i'm certainly not going to get involved at all in any kind of cultural this rather vicious social media debate that we've seen played out. I think it can be calling disrespectful and very thoughtless to the individuals that are affected by but did it that the government did get involved in this index job. It some announced it was scrapping plans to allow trans people to self identify last year. We do have ball. Slows is in this country To protect trans people and to allow them to change of identity and we have actually said that we're going to make that whole process cheaper on more straightforward and. We're also doing things if you like all the fronts in relation to the healthcare services that are provided so a great deal is being done. That has seen a disagreement about whether self-certification a should be preceded that to to obscure the fact that an enormous amount a happy done is being done in the government's agenda to support trans people and so it should be and i very keen to look at other areas where we can help further aspects of the domestic gender. Where we against for instance Not will be to polish that foreign practice and it's just a combination of many things. The government continues to lgbt p whether it's in relation to the ability to give lot whether it's a things like maturing law and i think the fact that they have appointed appointed me as his envoy is on that the government is determined that we will continue to be an exemplar on the whole. I personally feel safe unaccepted. There are obviously occasions where things are sad and people people say unpleasant things. but it's kind of water orthodox baca this point. I don't really care if someone sesame oil may convey gay. Yes i and your point was your point. Thank you for listening to another episode of the sky news. Daily podcast with your hosts term. It man had producer for this episode restoring. Pink and our interviews producer was tathiana all the sudden. You can get more news like this on website app and on our other podcasts..

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03:03 min | 3 weeks ago

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"Her own daughter. Penny after mum before we finish speaking lower and appealed to anyone who has the answers. She's looking for to do the right thing. I will be forty next year but the passing of the people involved. Whoever that waugh's you know just doing basic maths. They have to be seventies eighties. If they're still here in that time within your life where. I think it's about reflecting on what your life is being. All i would ask. Is that if they can leave a message or something before they go. You know that would unlock may. And what remains of my family from thirty years of hell sounds quite dramatic but it it really is so you know i would ask anybody. Just try and put themselves in. My shoes would plead with anybody to just help us in this situation because not only does it release us from this sort of vortex of a frustration and sold destroying that of pain that we have to go through. It also takes one very bad person austrians because that person still walks around he you know they could live next door to you. We don't know we couldn't reach lauren's father at the time of recording this podcast. The met police say they spoke to around two hundred fifty of the estimated three hundred people using the leisure centre or the car park that sunday morning in june and eliminated them from their investigation. They say no one interviewed reported seeing the attack or killer's escape adding that it was almost as though the attack of vanished into thin air lower and also told me she has an opinion on who she thinks was involved in her mother's death but at the moment can't say publicly. If you have any information that may help officers co two eight seven eight five eight two six seven. My thanks to laura bell kirsty benefits and to you for listening to this sky news daily podcast presented by me..

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06:06 min | 3 weeks ago

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"Where my personal life if feel like they finally aligned and it was personally rewarding since george floyd murdered since we've seen a big backlash whether it's through protests whether it's been through people campaigning on social media and through the means. Do you feel that. Particularly in britain there has been an aspect of change at all and change for good so the the people that i tend to not will be companies. I didn't spend much time on social media to be on this date. Know what's happening in the rest of the world save two companies and my friends does favorite pretty much and i've seen a lot companies. I work with as genuine concern genuine. Want to make sure there's a difference and we allocation of budgets to make sure that they can create the right opportunities that they can stop some of the work to eliminate racism that may exist in their organizations. So i have seen some change the so much throwing so much money an issue yes kind of reallocating budgets saying that they're going to make change and talking about it but are you actually physically seeing any changes is just choking some money out of enough. Does that need to be more money out of isn't enough and when i say reallocation of budgets it's not like they're just saying here's some money. They are creating initiatives. They're investing in the right places is not the in reality is very read. Someone's just like here as many. It's let's create the right program to enable people to enter of cool. That's fine to experience. The company to say is i completely right for everyone right so putting everything else aside. Do we have the flexibility that we should have all we enabling our organization to be racist and if it is then what can they do to change. So that's what. I say reallocation of budgets. It's understanding maybe. They need to look at their internal workings and how they're operating as the company and and do some things to fix it or if they've got spam money. Whatever than they can create initiatives. That enable initiatives. Well we still again too. Need representation of people are all levels good correct representation and the reason say. That is the if you bring in of julia people. That's great. are they going to get promoted. Or is there support going to be correct in the organization that you're gonna have to in place to make sure that you have an anti racist society. If i mean say. I think that it's it's about making sure that we're hiring correctly everywhere. That's right from the top all the way down to the bottom said you've got representation within your organization for every rachel champion charlene. They will be countless this from all ethnic backgrounds. Trying to make change happen but while small steps are positive star there are still called for systemic. Change to take place and you guys clearly doing your bit to try and make some change in your very kind of small position your innocence. Trying to add to tackling that problem absolutely it's about getting those conversations going between different groups. I mean we talk about bain but you know there's a lot of diversity in beim itself so we really start there because it's not just about you mentioned south asian and then you've got lots of different groups within that so it's about talking to each other about our fears about our hopes about aspirations to do that in outdoor landscapes is the most liberating thing to do. So i think laying. Strong foundations is what we are trying to maseko doors. Because ultimately i think every everything and everyone east connected especially people and ecology. If we can get that going. I think the luck. The lot of the social economic and political problems can be tackled as well. That's why we love working for the outdoors. Working against racism working for equality by the context of outdoors is just so valuable so a year. On from george floyd's death is life actually any better for britain's black an ethnically diverse communities. We clearly talking about it. More and many pledges are being acted upon. But it's clear to me. Racism and inequalities are structural on institutionalized the pandemic also played a role in highlights in that many people are clearly trying to get to the root of the problem. And i'm hugely optimistic. This diverse country. We live in constant pow inequalities and discrimination. It will just take some time and a lot of joint effort on one of the ways. We can measure. Change is through data. Currently there is a big gap in it. It's not detailed enough but that could be about to change. Sky news is actually following a major new study from the center on the dynamics ethnicity which aims to plug a gap in the information on areas like health. the environment and discrimination where robust evidence currently doesn't exist it hopes up to around twenty thousand people across the country will share their experiences in the biggest story of its kind. You can find out more about it on our website and app just search the forgotten people look that so we got time for my thanks to rachel champion charlene and thank you for listening to another episode of the sky news daily podcast presented by me in machine and one that i think is hugely important. This episode was produced by lauren. Pick me and our interviews producer tatyana. Allison if you've enjoyed this podcast you can follow us in the usual places and we're lover of you whilst you that next time..

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06:50 min | 3 weeks ago

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"I really started with not going out as such but reading about it feeling and experiencing. It's not really really wanted to do it for real. And that's when i got out of the fest. Opportunity into the signature park dotted exploring schaub breeds and then long routes that. I wanted to really be part of the way. Didn't the sunsets. The lovely landscapes really. I've been in a sense. I in it and feels wrong. But i've been coding since about eight. Say that's when. I first got here side ryan code and then i continued doing the as i didn't realize i creating i thought i was just playing on a computer. I didn't really realize ten dollars making programs. So i've always had an interest. I didn't actually want to go to tech career. I wanted to today. I think i wanted to be an accountant or cheese. Profession that felt more stable and structured. But then i just. I looked it was very natural to me. It just made sense. A facebook marketing manager coda in the tech industry and a high co with a love for the outdoors. Probably not three people. You'd expect to be on the same podcast. We couldn't pull it off as black employees along. There are people from all across the company who stepped up to help us. This wasn't on the roadmap. It was sort of a surprise campaign because it was a reaction to what was happening in the world so people abandoned their h two plans. It transformed the entire small business marketing plan. We had over one hundred people from so many different teams jump in to help us. And we think that was just because they were all motivated to step in and do they could to help the black community but the role united by one thing using that individual jobs and skills to enact positive change in the fight against racism a year. On from george floyd murder. We've seen the black lives matter. Movement push issues of colonialism inequality inclusivity and representation into the spotlight. Watching a black man died online again. That best dramatic in itself for anybody to watch but what we also did well. I also did remember every experience. I've had where experienced racism. It was like reliving leads difficult experiences whilst seeing the entire wealth go through the same thing and everyone that you being in pain. I heard about the murder on social media. I believe it was on instagram. I think the difference over the course of the year was that there seemed to be more attention on it. People refer to it as a racial reckoning but frankly as a black woman in ms member of the black community. This is something that has been top of mind for several years. Now my first encounter with this was with trayvon martin because we were around the same age and because he was murdered in florida. Where i'm originally from. It was then where i started like made a commitment to equality and justice in trying to do everything. I could to help the community. We've seen government. Reports statements from businesses inquiries and tv debates petitions to take down statues a statue being taken down through more direct means plus protests counter protests and of course instagram stories and twitter. Hash tags. Let's all lot to one side for a moment. I want to know how people use that passions to make changes within their own worlds changes. That won't end racism. Paul small steps towards progress. Hey that i'm inzamam rashid. And welcome to the sky. News daily podcast. Hi everyone. i'm dr cooper swamy. And i'm someone who's really really interested the outdoors. I'm one of the co founders. Along with the two others often organization called mosaic outdoors The bucks across the whole country. And we're very interested in getting people into national parks and especially people from diverse communities into our very special landscapes so mosaic outdoors was founded by chamu and two of those to encourage people from diverse ethnic backgrounds to explore the outdoors. They organized long hikes and themed walks exploring the stories of the places they find themselves in and a survey by natural england from adults from ethnic minority. Groups were actually less likely to visit natural spaces and the office for national statistics found people of black ethnicity of four times more likely than those of their white counterparts to have no access to outdoor space at home. Why is it important to have a group like this. Because i'm just trying to think back you know growing up as a kid. My parents encouraged me a lot to get into the outdoors. Are someone from the south asian background. I did the duke of edinburgh award that included a lot of walking hiking. Getting out there. You know played a lot of outdoor sports as well but there are some barriers hold ethnic minorities from accessing the outdoors. What are those berries. And why is it important that you guys a group are trying to break down those barriers. There are barriers in the still berries. That are there right from even having the right kind of information at the time you actually need to getting out then having an enjoyable day so for example the diversity of food that you could find a national parks. It's still is not the same that you'd find at outside of the box especially landscapes there are various in terms of costs which can actually be an inhibitor as well then they'll also culture a barriers. It's also about images that you see in outdoor shops for example. I mean for example. I've got really long hair. And i don't actually have jackets that would accommodate that linked affair at a comfortable level for. Let's say a twelve hour walk. So i think there's a lot of different elements right from the very small things which is inflammation and routes to being confident that you could enjoy the out for especially for i think ethnic minorities as well as other groups from the moody booted hikers in the peak district to software engineers in london's bushing tech sector. Chamu the only one trying to boost inclusivity for people from diverse backgrounds. I'm charlene hunter. And i'm the ceo and founder of trading black females a nonprofit support. More black women took into tekken.

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05:32 min | 3 weeks ago

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"This afternoon with some breaking news and that is that orion flight from greece from athens to lithuania was forced to land in minsk as russian. Opposition leaders claimed that it was so that a blogger. Who was on. That plane could be arrested now. Better state media said that the plane had been diverted because of a threat that there were explosives on board and that it was on sunday the order came from the belorussian president alexander lukashenko to intercept to ryanair flights traveling from greece lithuania escorted with a warplane and force it to land in the belarus capital. Minsk air traffic control was told that could be a bomb on board. When the plane landed checks were carried out. Snow bomb was found but two people twenty six year old roman process. It and his girlfriend were taken off the aircraft by armed guards. The news was broken on nectar an online news channel. That's run by the belarus government opposition and around the world. The story spread that. I was used. Its control over its airspace in order to perpetrate a state hijacking for the safety and security of flights through belarus. Airspace can no longer be trusted. And the council will adopt measures to ban overflies of the us space and deny access to airports to airports. Too bad hours. Airplanes politicians spoke up condemning. The actions of lukashenka. This was a shocking act. Diverting a flight between two eu member states for the apparent purpose of arresting a journalist a constitutes a brazen affront international peace and security. The home thought to talk to allow holy v in a song to tippett's year. The zipped up what's happening to he could be integrated by kigen. Be you may be tortured. Now is an enemy or hookah shanka. We had to do with the harshest regime in euro indicates and since they end of imposed more sanctions on the country. I think that time of rhetorics and vocal expression past it's over. We need clear actions in order to change a pattern of behavior of this very dangerous regime. This outrageous behavior needs a strong answer. Therefore the european council decided that there will be additional sanctions on individuals that are involved in the hijacking but this time also on business and economic entities that are financing this regime. Raymond save it. She's facing fifteen years in prison. His work is an opposition political blogger and could face the death penalty if accused and convicted of terrorism. Welcome to the steady podcast with me. Jonathan samuels how's how's this. Microphone out. I have like a gain setting on it. I was playing.

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"To work hard for something after to behave at that is really effective until today is giving me that same structure. Not kind of believe that you need to work. Hard to achieve things in life are nothing. Easy comes for free roy miles childhood memories. Were not all positive. I remember when i first started private schools. Some of it wasn't necessarily the the obvious things around the skin color. It was other things that Prominent within within black people say people would make fun of the size of lips the size of my nose which obviously features the i caught. Hell about walk. Day without the boost and a vandross pass it then make loads a monkey noises so topsy isn't always the the n. Word and some of the obvious racial slurs. Sometimes this is more kind of the microaggressions as well for example. Let's go because the rub person baby. I wanted the first eggs be though. I like rice and peas or to jamaica or so say like is that kind of thing which makes quite feel comfortable some. The racism experienced growing up left him feeling very angry and he admits he did on occasion. Lash-out it does get to you but there are other ways of resolving it without resorting en- violence and especially doing a job. I do now. I can really make a difference. The thirty four year old told us about one of his first interactions with police officers. I was a teenager on a council estate. It was late at night. I was on the by cocoon up roads and i saw some bit further behind me the word in uniform but they were also on a bike debate think anything of it and then all the sudden the kind of grabbed me and pulled me off the bye and there was what you do it and i was glad to prefer. I think this this fades. We're absolutely huge. Because they were had the bricks that obviously by puck is look quite chip. So yeah the we pockets talk to complete disrespect. Delayed hands on me as well for no reason apart from takata stop bay from because i was obviously pedaling on by the literally stopped me for the gadget. Really give me any reason for anything. Another just they just went off though apology or anything for me. I did shout racist at. Yeah just four. It was fleece. And that's what a lot of the black community Two groups feel that. It's just a place i sometimes. We actually react to anglo when these things happen because we've kind of grew generation. Lee used to being treated unfairly by police. a pass. Pass my test an ungodly same thing if i was in the call with three or four black males straightway A bid pulled over for. No reason was coming again. Some of those experiences barely active Again until i kind of grew up and got a bit more understanding around things and certainly seeing what goes on within the place now. It's only a really really small minority of people who do this and we know that racial profiling unconscious bias prejudice. Allow these things do exist. But i feel that training is a lot better so to have that awareness and things because there's been examples where for example. Sometimes people speak quite a lot with the hans. I'm doing it now. Because of this coded at that could be seen as aggressive and sometimes the way we speak so cultures this the kind of speed quite loudly and not again. It can sometimes be seen as aggression. What is not just how we speak. Things up definitely improved. We've recently about stephen lawrence day Obviously not terrible tragedy is well. We've definitely moved forward with the advisory of george floyd so the still i long long way to go. Ramal joined the police in his mid twenties after having his first child for me having a child completely changed the way i thought about life. Now there's someone here in this world that's completely dependent on may and i don't want them go down the wrong path on them experiencing racism on them before it should get involved in violence knock crime which which is a huge problem in spent certainly if some of the black lines as well. It's really bad. Remount wanted to make a difference to bring about positive change. He i worked in the control room before becoming a youth outreach worker engaging with ten to eighteen year olds you know fast forward our wherever two years and it's a it's a permanent position and we're having massive success in this area is as well as across the force he thinks the killing of george floyd and the black lives matter protests. That followed reignited a conversation which for society to take a look at itself including within police forces could understand people who've had those really negative experiences and then you see the shockey deficit vibe. You could understand why people still feel the way they do about the police. We know there's still a lot to do. There's a lot of these address. Said to make sure we hold people to account with complaints the needs to be better training recruitment. I'm building those relationships with communities percent islanders not viewpoint around the institutionalized racism or not thought something again we want to completely remove any prejudice. We do a program called the mini police. Which is something that we do. Imprimis schools at the grassroots level. Bring gauging young people. So they're already growing up now in their local police officer on having a relationship with them and have imposed interactions and again. We're talking about some of the issues around stop search and how we can address that say. We're very close to the community offering sharon our commitment to really make an change. This soma. we're doing a program called widen access. So that is actually a targeted program. That will run in where we're bringing in people from ethnically diverse backgrounds into the organization where they can find out a lot more about what we do we can tell them about all the fantastic careers. We can educate them on the recruitment process. Today i've really chance of passing the assessments. What it takes to join the police officers staff if you look at the operation uplift which is due to the offices that boris pledged a few years ago on the way that because of the extra funding because of the extra support our figures in terms of representation to massively. I don't have the exact figure. But i'm sure it was seven to eight percent which in terms of the makeup of nottinghamshire takes us representative now. Ramal thinks improving. Representation independence is a key. Part building. Trust and confidence in of certain ethics is being engenders. Really really does help. Because it's about the undescended having awareness as well and showtimes things you can be taught. It really does help having a real mixture real inclusive workforce because we're able to really look at all the challenges exist using experts that we have internally to really make a difference when we go out and do things externally so it is really really important to make sure that we have people within the organization from all walks of life because we we are the community dots. Thoughts always how i've seen the police student. I spoke a bit more about the relationship with his son. I want to ask you about the next generation. you some. he's ted so the book must have been written partially with him in mind. And you know what do you say to him about the current situation. What do you say to him about the uncle that he was never able to meet what he say to him about. The future he knows about. Stephen knows stevens no more. We haven't gone any fervor the details of why we lost. How lost even. And i think cited theory is we say to him about two things which is attitude and these effort the teach you can control your life is your attitude right there and as long as you have a good attitude and a nine times will be okay. And that's why i say to be a don't have the talk with about you. Know the oh you'll blackman fades therefore you're going to be a bit mortgage that too because it's going to give him a complex about life about himself until someone highlights it to him outside. We found the unit outside the love that he has until that point. I'm not going to have that when he does happen on debutante with him and i'll explain to him again. In my opinion is moments opinion. He's a beautiful little boy and as long as he's doing good he's a nice caring coin person then. No one should want to be nice for him and allen dodds philippine. Remove yourself though somewhere else because you know darkness associate yourself. And there's loads of people that were like you that we won't be ready and we'll treat you as a decent common respect that me half reach uva and anyone else says that. Then let's swerve them and this will be around them. If young payments that environment and grow into adult at the positive mindset exception of everyone then. I'm hopeful that my son becomes an adult that the world would be a different place. Thanks to stewart lawrence from al davis. And do you of course for listening to this episode of the sky news daily podcast hosted by me german and produced by anne joyce along with tatyana alderson on nelly stephan uva. They special documentary stewardess. Made with us is called. Stephen and george the killings that inspired a movement. And that's available to watch via the sky news mobile app and on i d tube channel. If you've enjoyed this podcast you can follow us. Sienese your places and.

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"sky news" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

03:11 min | Last month

"sky news" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"Killing of george floyd on may twenty fifth twenty twenty in minneapolis by now former. Us police officer. Derek chauvin sparked global protests against police brutality and racism some similarities in the public responsive being drawn that that followed the murder of stephen lawrence who's eighteen when he was killed by racist gang in south east london. In nineteen ninety-three. It began peacefully enough around thousand people marching in the cause of racial hominy. Feeling in this area is running high at present and underlying tension with surface stevens family. Share the pain of losing their loved one in such shocking circumstances as well as the difficulties of being thrust into the media and public spotlight in the quest for justice. It'd be it today. Roughly about ten thirty tonight. That stephen was mode a whole year of suffering. And feeling as if. No one really cares or main concern. Now is to try and get justice. Stephen lawrence stevens younger brother was sixteen when he died. Stewart was watching television with his wife and young son. When he first saw the murder of george floyd was horrifying as horrified to see the images. See the video of having watched all we've never watched the whole. I think the most of what she's like three or four minutes. If that's on my pixie of who is the paper that stood there watching and did nothing. That's what i got me. A bio and then the reaction optima has been phenomenal. It's another point in in the world and time where we can move the conversation forward the game and hopefully that not only talk about the. This isn't on mindfulness. Well that we speak about things is lots of conversations. Donald but i say to people not how much sunny so action incentives to things and how that happens and then this. This was talked about this and that made a massive difference and then we bow to me foolish because this is what it is to me. We talk about things and we get for striped but doesn't a pitch way into action. Wouldn't it be great society that we're a country that we have no place all time for anyone that won't supposed Because they can't change so those nine protected characteristics we stand by them as fundamental blocks of is unacceptable for anyone to side right. Do anything against anyone and protect characteristics. We'll have great advertise with the rest of the world. So i look free lyft on how to tackle and to eradicate problems in society. So how much has really changed will lead younger generations. Be the difference in tackling discrimination and we'll better representation lead to a more inclusive society. Welcome to the sky news. Daily podcast with dermott man and as we examined.

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India Virus Patients Suffocate Amid Oxygen Shortage in Surge

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

India Virus Patients Suffocate Amid Oxygen Shortage in Surge

"India continues to struggle with the largest search in corona virus cases around the world for the third day in a row India has set a global daily record with more than three hundred and forty six thousand coronavirus cases that's according to the tally by Johns Hopkins University India's total of more than sixteen million cases now ranks behind only the United States hospitals are being overwhelmed and even some who managed to find a better suffocating with oxygen in short supply MoveOn trauma tells Sky News his father died outside a hospital in Delhi Friday morning game this year shama was back Saturday with his grandfather all the loans you no one's seen him either India's health ministry reports another twenty six hundred deaths in the past twenty four hours it's pushed India's confirm toll to more than one hundred and eighty nine thousand people on Ben Thomas

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Tom Hourigan,  BBC News Journalist, on Reporters' Mental Health During the Pandemic

Journalism.co.uk podcast

06:44 min | 3 months ago

Tom Hourigan, BBC News Journalist, on Reporters' Mental Health During the Pandemic

"Tom to journalism dakota uk podcast. What's the working situation like fuel cell from the moment when speaking Pretty normal ashley for us. I'm part of the main national radio. Newsroom at the bbc's headquarters in london. I'm for the most part we have been working in the office and that is mainly being technical reasons other than anything else. The bbc simply hasn't had enough laptops to give out to the hundreds and hundreds of staff that we have so we have been coming into the office. Open very kovic secure. We've been doing covid tests before we started a run of shifts with social distanced Meetings on zoo now So it's all very siphon. It's quite strange how quickly that has become normal practice compared with how we were just a year ago and running a completely different sort of operations. So we're still producing all the same content. Hopefully listeners won't notice too much of a difference but it's actually quite different in terms of the the way that we're working in the office. But i have done very little working in the large air and so i've had a more normal pandemic than a lot of other. People are surprised business as usual than yeah. I guess oh Because the knees wheels. Keep turning. And i'm working on output for radios to full mainly and there are huge audiences to stations. Who are expecting us to be giving them as much corona virus news and updates as we possibly can and so we don't have a choice you just got to keep on trucking and you've been busy In january this year you launched your website news break yes and that came about because i was alarmed quite frankly at the start of the year any people i was saying on social media and this was journalists from across the sector and not just broadcasters that i know people the i never met who seemed to be really quite despondent that we got into twenty twenty one and things hadn't changed from people i've spoken to over the last couple of months even though it was obvious that we weren't going to get into january and suddenly everything would be k. Again i think psychologically people thought that that would be the opportunity to maybe look full woods getting into a new year and yet because nothing did change. People started to think well. How much longer are we going to have to do this. How much longer are we going to be. Just bombarded with so much grim information that we have to process and imparts an audience in the clearest possible way that we can seemed endless. You've already seen a range of contributions from reporters at pale. See sky news and global radio. What's been the key takeaways of those pieces and some of the common messages is being amazing. Really how willing people have been to be completely honest and upfront about the experiences that they've had we've had a whole variety of experiences shed with us from people having to move home in the middle of a pandemic and going through personal tragedies like the loss of relatives at having to juggle that with the grenades that processing a work and having to strike some kind of balance and inevitably taking a huge toll on them. And we've also had people talking about the ways in which their day-to-day lives have changed work. You know we had somebody right for us in local radio who has been pretty much entirely working from home in a way that hadn't happened during the pandemic and yet there is still the responsibility on them pretty much. Is the soldier journalists for that local radio stations to provide listeners to that station with the same insight sign local knees into stronger balance between bringing people the information that needs to about corona virus. And everything that's going on. We're licensed the pandemic in their area but to find light shade to how he had taken great comfort for his own personal mental wellbeing. In seeking out the happy stories the quirky stories. The thing that people remember at the end of the knees. I think shown the there are so many different approaches to dealing with wellbeing to managing your own wellbeing. And there is no one-size-fits-all experience. Of course there is. Everybody stories is individual but the way the people have dealt with. I think has given something people who've read the articles on yeast break a little bit of an insight into again making them that they're not alone that they can be a route through even if things seem really difficult. Great to have talking about experiences isn't just writing into the void it's resonating and having that ripple effect as it were. Let's come onto your own experiences with mental health tom. What can you tell me about that so. I was diagnosed with health and cries. He some years ago evan. In a nutshell. It's basically what used to be called hypochondria. But i would suddenly develop a symptom of some salt. Be that Amal come my body or a strange sensation. In my chest you focus on it. It becomes something that you come ignore. The more you worry about it was the simpson becomes suddenly. That's the way you perceive it because the brain very cleverly is mimicking the simpson rav of actually being a sign of something serious. But you don't know that and because you have the status in your minds. The nagging doubtful sajida to adult show. You go have various tests the knees really and until you get results. That comeback clear it's negative than you can't rest up econ rest easy and that becomes sometimes. We'll encompassing it. Got so bad for me that i had to go into therapy because it was taking every waking soul when you're trying to do a job like mine as journalists with you gotta have your wits about you gotta have you full focus and i couldn't devote mine time line sometimes so the task in hand so i that something has to be done about it so i went through several courses of therapy and ended up taking medication. Which is she helped me a lot. It's not for everyone in my side. That everybody i speak about this but for me. It is certainly helped for me to get in control of the health anxiety. It's not a kid by any means. I think very few people who've experienced mental health problems that the kid somewhat like that but it certainly allows me to be in control of the rather than it being controlled mate.

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Palace: Prince Philip has infection, will stay in hospital

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Palace: Prince Philip has infection, will stay in hospital

"Britain's prince Philip Haas a type of infection I will stay in hospital for now Buckingham Palace says Philip the queen's ninety nine year old husband is comfortable and responding to treatment but he's not expected to leave hospital for several days he was admitted to the private King Edward seven a week ago often feeling ill while officials have called it a precautionary measure Philip's youngest son Prince Edward has told British broadcaster Sky News this is father is now a lot better Philip who retired from public duties in twenty seventeen rarely appears in public it's unclear what kind of infection the prince house Charles Taylor this month London

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A junta shuts down a nations data networks

The CyberWire

05:28 min | 4 months ago

A junta shuts down a nations data networks

"On saturday. Myanmar's ministry of transport and communications directed that all mobile operators serving the country blocked the nation's data network voice and sms. services will remain available tech crunch reports. The general interdiction of data services follows earlier decisions by the country's new military government to block. I facebook and instagram and twitter. The ruling junta has sought to tamp down opportunities for mobilization of dissent and opposition since it took power in a coup last month the grey zone podcast yesterday featured an interview with g h q director jeremy fleming and general sir patrick sanders head of the. Uk's strategic command also responsible for military cyber operations in which they described britain cyber operations against isis british cyber forces disrupted the terrorist groups drone operations denied their operators mobile service and interfered with online propaganda. The campaign by britain's national cyber forces most active in two thousand sixteen and twenty seventeen is sky. News says the. Uk's only publicly avowed offensive cyber operation to date the counter propaganda influence. Operation is in some ways the most interesting intrusive of the efforts fleming is quoted as saying we prevented their propaganda both through physical actions on the battlefield but also remotely getting to their servers getting to the places. They stored their material and quote the intrusion into isis networks extended to locking isis members. Out of accounts deleting or altering the group's information and taking down online posts and videos general sanders said quote. We wanted to ensure that when they tried to coordinate attacks on our forces their devices didn't work that they couldn't trust the orders that were coming to them their seniors and quote. He added that. Deception and misdirection were important ways of degrading isis combat power tactically british cyber operators said to have been working closely with allies including the us were able to block isis commanders orders from reaching subordinates. And we're also able to misdirect isis forces on the ground. In some cases sending their units into kill zones. It was general. Sanders explained a combined arms multi domain effort. The cyber operations didn't stand on their own. He said quote we wanted to deceive them and to misdirect them to make them less. Effective less cohesive and sap them morale. But you can't just do that in cyberspace. You have to coordinate and integrate that with activities that are going on on the ground whether it's from our own forces special forces and others and quote former director of the us cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency. Chris crabs drew some press attention over the weekend with an interview. He gave the financial times the headline in the media outlet. Silicon is representative quote ex. Us cyber boss calls for military strikes on ransomware. Hackers it says which suggests a brace of thomas hawks prancing downtown to hit a gregor extortionists in their parents or maybe pre dawn vertical insertion of a ranger battalion to put paid to the ragnar locker gang in whatever tacky cybercafe. They're using but a close reading or actually a pretty casual reading of krebs remarks indicates that he's pretty much closer in his thinking to ghg cues fleming than he is to say. Curtis lemay or george patton. His point is that ransomware is sufficiently destructive and costly to make it worth governments wild to actively disrupt the gangs operations military cyber units like us cyber command. The uk's national cyber force have disruptive capabilities law enforcement organizations don't and it might be useful to think about how they might be used if at all there may be decisive legal objections to doing so on the other hand. There might be some legal models under which that kind of action might be legitimately organized. What if ransomware actors could be treated like pirates for example new post reports that kaspersky has discerned new activity by the crew using the silent fade. Malware silent fade is an online ad fraud operation that kaspersky has observed resurgent against victims in asia and europe. They'll be worth watching. The silent fade. Gang is thought to have been responsible for some four million dollars in fraud against facebook users. Twenty nineteen security firm checkpoints updates on iranian cyber threat actors domestic kitten and infield warns that both groups remain active mostly against dissident targets. Checkpoint calls them advanced and rights that they have a lot in common quote. Both groups have conducted long cyber attacks and intrusive surveillance campaigns which target both individuals mobile devices and personal computers. The operators of these campaigns are clearly active responsive and constantly seeking new attack vectors and techniques to ensure the longevity of their operations and quote

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UK aims to give 1st COVID-19 shot to all adults by September

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

UK aims to give 1st COVID-19 shot to all adults by September

"Christens foreign minister has announced ambitious plans to have all its citizens vaccinated by the end of summer this year Dominic Raab announced the aim is the nation's healthcare system battles the worst crisis in its seventy two year history all target is by September tenth of all foods well the adult population and at first as if we can do it fast not great but that's the road map ready beleaguered hospitals are missing another cave at nineteen patient every thirty seconds putting the service and its most precarious situation ever speaking on Sky News rob urged the British people to help the NHS as much as they could to everyone watching shows to focus on is it here into the room so we don't overwhelm the NHS which is under serious pressure Karen Thomas London

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JRPG Report Episode 144 - The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Black First Details - burst 02

The JRPG Report

42:58 min | 6 months ago

JRPG Report Episode 144 - The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Black First Details - burst 02

"Hello friends welcome back to the show. This is the g. rpg. Report episode one hundred and forty five little bit weird this week and we knew it was going to be with christmas eve falling on our normal release date and of course christmas the next day and there must situation My little girl's birthday being the day after christmas so yeah we get a bang bang. Bang three a craziness there. Obviously just mitt that there was really no time to reporter Record a podcast. Even before christmas was just too hectic so We're recording this on saturday. The twenty seventh just a couple days left in twenty twenty. Goodbye rents But we've got a lot of cool things to talk about today. I kinda wanna wrap up all the stuff that we've missed as it's been nine days since our last pockets. No i'm sorry that's not even right. That is fuzzy. Math is been eleven days since our last podcast. So we've got a few things to go over That have popped off. Since then. And i wanna kinda look look forward to sometime this week. Mean jordan are going to get together and kind of talk about What games we really loud from. Twenty twenty maybe even discussed some Game of the year options and then look forward to twenty twenty one as Right off the bat. We got a bunch of games coming out in the beginning of the first the new year. We got to tell you rods two. You've got bravely default to you've got he's nine And the newly Confirmed for some of five strikers. Just a name The the big big ones I'm sure there'll be others. That will be unfortunately lost in the in the way. So we're going to record that sometime this week and In lieu of any news breaking. I may just make that part of the normal podcast unsure on that. But let's get into it. I hope you guys had a wonderful christmas holiday I didn't have any games that i particularly wanted that. We're already out. So i just kind of asked Asked the parents for Email confirmation that beginning Today risa to when it comes out on january twenty six that was cool and i did end up much too. Many of your delight. Hopefully i'm finally going to take a dive into these series. I picked up. Yee's eight for only twenty dollars on the ps story. I could not refuse as the physical version just refuses to ever go down in price so i figured this was by far the best opportunity. Get in on. What many consider to be a very very good. Jr pg and at some point. I'll be playing. It don't really know when that's going to be but that's enough rambling We did have fell. Calm day Twenty twenty winter addition and we got a few tidbits of information about the new legend of heroes. Toddle kiro no koseki if you notice the thumbnail for this Podcast are the two newest main characters is a third as well but these They dig use some high-rise resolution images of the to unsure why the third one was kind of like ashaari pow We'll get you later but still no names for these two characters but we do have a bit of information stuff. You see that image. There's a couple other on our facebook and twitter feed of those two characters while they are. I say have that trails feel to them. I do kind of agree with what president condo said last time that at mediate Glance they don't appear to be trails characters. And i believe that lies in the fact that they are from calvert So they're going to look a little bit different and we'll talk about that in just a little bit. These illustrations were drawn by katsumi. Nama and the other characters are from alcom. Like i said the character's names were not announced to this game is coming out sometime in twenty twenty one in japan so those were the images. There were some other ones as well. If you'd like to see all those. I did put up a slide show video on our youtube channel. So you can check those out if you don't feel like clicking through pictures of via the website here is what we do know and i will just read this to you as this is the about for the new age of heroes karoo new koseki beyond the blue sky ahead of flashing light a land. A dawning resides cuba. There's no spoilers going on in here. This is all preliminary stuff in the news story arc. So we don't have to worry about that type of stuff the ladder this latter half of the trails. There is about to begin. The setting moved to the calvert republic in two thousand and twenty one foul calm release. Legend heroes kernigan the latest entering the trail serious as its fortieth anniversary rumors of work. The calvert nation is a multi ethnic nation experiencing unprecedented economic growth. Brought about by post war reparations. In a corner of the capital of a huge nation were immigration issues bringing about political instability. Okay well maybe. There are some spoilers in here okay. let's just get to the best. I'm sorry i read that. And i didn't think about it until just now okay. The command style action time bow system. You didn't previous trails. Titles has been revamped and that's going to set up an from a couple people. Let's just see what they said. Seamlessly transitioned from action oriented field battles to turn based commands battle to turn based command battle systems while making use of the unique elements the sixth generation combat or meant would try to pronounce his last time. I'm not sure how it is x. I f. r. x. i. p. h. a. z. Feel in a ballots to evolve from the previous trails titles. Okay so what does that mean. I don't. I don't know i really don't know how to had say seamlessly transition from action oriented field battles to turn based command battle systems I i mean obviously there's a bit of an extra element when you strike the enemies on the field in order to go into the turn based battle i. I need to see this in action to really know what they're even beginning to talk about would just have to wait and see You will feature many elements you laws. It's setting including a topics system which enabled together until such topics by communicating with. Mpc's out towns tra- gate situations in your favor when you act as a spray gun and that is the The character it's basically a detective. But they're calling them spring and alignment flame system. In which characters three alignments great and chaotic fluctuate depending on your own style influencing various status allies and adversaries and even scenario developments please look forward to allege heroes lowest entrance toasters depicted enrich expression by thumbs new original ingen. So that's that's pretty cool Here's what how they set up the situation and I get. I don't wanna get too much into this. The to emit the two people that you see in the image the one is the one call the speaker those are they say sometimes detective somedays negotiators and other days as bounty hunters. They're up for any job from any client. That's pretty cool And then the other one is Say to be a school girl wearing uniform. Prestigious school visits a rundown building located in old town in cowards capital. So that's the setting that's beginning of it. You can check out those images. Like i said there's a third character in the images as well with the two swords on his back and some long hair but we don't have any details. There is a battle scene that shows what looks like to be a craft or an art powering up but that from that snippet it does look to be turn based. So don't i'm so confused as to what to make. But i'm certainly excited about this one. But the lack of details and the promise of something new is leading to some question marks popping up. And i don't necessarily love that idea but it is what it is and until we learn a little bit more. It's just going to be speculation Unfortunately though that wasn't the only bit of information. And i'm sure we'll have a bunch more but Foul calm day twenty twenty winter. Also let us know about and this is not really affecting us as much. But they did. Say that a hatch marco koseki which is the one before this one and after cold steel four Clouded leopard entertainment will release a switch. Pc esteemed version of the game Sometime in summer. Twenty twenty one in japan in asia. I'm nearly positive. That's the same company that handled The transition for coastal three and four to the top of my head. So i came out for. Ps four in japan on august twenty seventh. So you know nearly a year later. They're talking summer to get that Switch pc version now. It handles the asian side of this and i s america handles the translation available. At least they have for the past two games In the cold still series in the west still no confirmation that that translation is ongoing. That have to assume that it is unless it's being handled by other parties I mean exceed did do the first two trills of cold steel games but at imagine that they are going to do this hedge amari as well and as soon as i hear something about that it will happen. It's certainly a good thing that this is happening and It could lead to a speedier at least for these games in the west. But like i said still no information on unfortunately. The last thing that they talked about was not briefly. Mentioned this last time the natto. noca- seki game. That is coming out in japan for For playstation four. This was the old Two thousand twelve least. Psp action rpg though some new details and images kinda showing the ps p version versus the Ps four version of it They're sent opposites gonna run at sixty frames per second on. Ps four with more vibrant graphics. Not being obviously these are things that you'd want to have updated from an old old system user interface options One thing that i thought was very interesting. And i'm not to say what they say. This game is not connected to the trails game. However the main character's name is now utah herschel now you trails players especially cold. Steel will know towa. Her last name is hershal So what they're they say there's no connection but then there's a connection is the protagonist and a boy from that island who attends and academy in saint elise. Those aren't you know aren't names that i recognized the from the trails series so it is very very interesting and i would be would like to know what that connection is at kind of read through it. You can read through the tales. Like i said before i am lower on the percentage scale To say of this game was actually going to make it over here or not. I if i if you say your day is gonna come today out outs. Action say no but would just have to wait and see. The original game did not look super impressive. So this isn't a game that i'm all that excited about to begin with but we'll have to. We'll just have to wait and see if that indeed happens for a lot of switch owners the next. Gop g they will more than likely be picking up is going to be bravely default to gain closer and closer to that february twenty. Sixth rolled wide release date friend square annex released new trailer for it albeit in japanese and have still not seen an english version of this yet so it talks all well. Supposedly it talks about wiz walt. The country established by those mejia's. They did it themselves to studies. The magic research institute But the the real kicker with this one and you can see it. Is this places overgrown. It looks like it was built kind of in the middle of it are on top of a giant tree. And there's just this tree just going right up through entire town is really cool again Trailer is how long was trailer of about three and a half minutes. Like i said in japanese so you can't really tell what's going on but it is kind of cool to see some of the visuals in action Four it but if you're elected shake those game out for yourself you can check out the demo for it It is now live on the east shop and One who feels the demo before its release will even pick up one hundred mine. Intendo platinum points here is the Short official description of the demo experienced the games at risk and reward system character strategy and stunning visuals in the latest braley default to final demo in this demo. The games four men characters are already other journey with jobson abilities at their disposal. I downloaded this. The other night. as if getting the switch away from my kid was hard enough with minecraft previously The kid did pretty good for Christmas and her birthday. And i now had to contend with her own copy of animal crossing so she and my wife can play two switches and who copies of animal crossing so they can will each other's islands. I know she also got the Spyro trilogy which. I really enjoyed those games growing up. So i can't wait to play those with her and relive those moments and she picked up mario maker to so. I'm not seeing that switch for a while. Maybe once she goes to sleep. If i don't have anything to play eck fired that demo. I would like to see how it is shaping up as will If you've got some free time and you're looking for d'you monster hunter rise. There are to say ten videos in total. Let's do a little no here. One two three four seven eight nine ten eleven twelve. There's twelve total. So i check. They were they were released in two packs. I take them all and made them into six long. Because it only about a minute minute long. So if you're one to check out some of the different weapons they go into monster hunter rise. You can do that going from Things like the switch axe gun lance hammer sorted shield heavy light bogue gun. Land is long swords and even the hunting horn. You check all those out over on our youtube channel. J rpg report dot com. You can also see a new second official trailer for the action. Rpg magnum lord Still no western released on this one yet. It is coming out in japan on march. The eighteenth for playstation four and switch said. This is the second trailer for the game. It looks pretty cool. I do hope that they bring this one. Over is from publisher. D three Developer felicia quite heard of them before. But still no word on it. I really hope they bring this over because it does pretty fun but yeah nothing Nothing quite yet. i'll go over some of these ones. That are just videos. There's a fifteen minutes of new footage from christ tales. This is previewing the present and future game play of it Remember this game got pushed back to early. Twenty twenty one. That's just the winner that don't into it's been Hit with a couple delays here lately. Not sure how much. Everything's pandemic related at this point but how much they just wanna fine tune things in. How much is really needed to make this work. Obviously you're doing with a system of past present and future while stuff can go wrong and working Just the way that you would like it to work New genesis the fantasy star online. To almost say reboot but definitely the new version of there is the opening movie for it and you should probably check this out. If we're looking at over fifty minutes of new footage as well mostly the character creation for its but this opening movie You know typically when you see these opening movies. They're using a pre rendered scenes. This was actually created using parts of the in game graphics. Engine which looks amazing Definitely if you're looking forward to this you should check it out sometime in twenty twenty. One is the release date Four it but again. This is one of those. Well not one of those but this is the faa gain. That i'm kind of just don't understand why it's not on playstation four. In the west it is in japan. But you've got to either play on xbox or on pc here in the west doesn't make a ton of sense but there's just things like that in this world that we gotta kinda get used to them. I guess we got three bits of sky news this week. i is. You can check out the fourth official trailer for six defiance of destiny I believe there's an english. There's an english version for this out. Now you can check it out. There was originally came out. There was just a japanese version but the english version shows off of really cool voices that they've got for the game. They got some good voice. Talent in this one in Very fitting for the series especially the little reincarnated pug services is awesome It's about seven or review of the game If you are curious about what's going on in this one changes that they've made this series. You will definitely want to check it out. Of course it doesn't come out in the west until summer. Twenty twenty one. Japan is going to get it in right about a month on january. The twenty eighth The other day actually. This was on christmas eve that this news broke New punchy released some new information screenshots for the game featuring and i hope i get these names right la haro aetna and flown Those were the original characters from the original the sky and they are saying that Basically once you beat the game you can Play a scenario with these original characters in it so kind of a you know. They're not in the main game this something post post content but the fact that they're in their would open the door to other characters popping up from other games as well. So that's a cool thing The world inside of an item. I m worlds have mended. Detailed in this article on worlds are divided into several fours slash layers and the items level increases with every four. That you clear says weapons become stronger as they level up. You can clear there either. Worlds to power them up once. An item is leveled up. You can get the same item at the same level from then on pretty cool feature of the sky series all these images i took input into a slide show. You can check that out on our youtube channel so you can dispatch companions into item worlds to research them. There's a new team attack system with up to ten characters in it. That's a pretty cool feature. New enemies were detailed There's a new horsemen. That's pretty crazy. So here's the Previous protagonist Oh here we go says not only will hear from. Our doctors appear the protagonist in heroines of the sky. Two three four and five will also appear in three d. The protagonist and heroines wilburs as downloadable content sometime after the launch of disguise six. So there's a from the sky to or i don't know in timika these pronunciations. I'm at risk of offending people. I understand how they're supposed to be pronounced So yeah they're gonna add them in there as as post content deal see. That's the type of thing. Like i would think you'd be okay with paying for because that's obviously not a part of disguise six. They are previous games characters in new content. So take how you feel about. Dlc that is that's one thing i think is is no k To do speaking of all those previous disguised characters they are all assembled in the rpg. Mobile game And we got news from bolt chain games that they will release worldwide the mobile version the sky arc in spring. Twenty twenty one Unless you're in these countries in the no fast if you are but we are a western primarily focused podcasts. So you're not going to get in china taiwan hong kong macau singapore malaysia or korea Sorry don't i don't know why maybe that is. Just it's gonna come out later. Maybe there's some rules preventing that From happening if we're interested in getting it on a closed beta for the game. They will have one for canada. Brazil australia and the philippines sometime in january so really happy to see this thing go worldwide. There was a global announced trailer for it This came back It came back in march of twenty nineteen in japan. Had a whole bunch of issues with it and It was de definitely the this game was deadly responsible for some financial hardships for nippon ichi. And they finally got up. Right obviously gotta writes the point. Now they're really to bring this thing out worldwide As far as the gotcha game or not. I don't know if i recall. I think it was paid game. But i should probably ended up before speaking about it. But i'm sure there's elements in there but hopefully this is a Not another one of those kind of like. We've we've like. We've got enough of those already know ankara today. So in place of it you get one last plea for listener support We've had a few people signed up for but really not a whole lot of response so I kind of said you guys. I would do this to the year. See what we got and move forward I would love to have listener support. Not have the need for ads but it is just a reality of life and we may just see what that happens. If i get a bunch outpouring of support here after listening to this. I may reconsider. But at this point at least in the a few few adds to offset the cost of Of the time spent during the podcast hope to understand and hope you are okay with that excited much. Rather have just you guys Do that and not have to worry about. It would wait and see so you. Click on the link right below this episode. Either through anchor. John daly greatly. Appreciate it. And i don't have the read ads. You don't have to listen to him. That just seems like it'd be the the best thing for both of them If you're looking forward to to see how to say these things seal thurs. Dx and the They were supposed to come on japan on february twenty eighth. they have been delayed until march fourth. Twenty twenty one in japan. So if and when a western. What's going to happen for that. it's now going to be About five weeks later. I would to guess based on This delay these games Were from chloe tecmo and gusts so yeah just a little bit of Delay they save for further quality improvements. The games will be available for. Ps four switch and pcv steam win. They are released whenever that is sort. Online alsatian lakers got version one point to update it is now available and it adds a simone's ancient apostles story of course over various user interface online system battle improvements bugs fixed in addition to those two that new ancient apostles. The reaper of the woods. These are the first in a series of free additional stories. So yeah if you've been playing this game and you want some new content. You can get that for free. Always happy when they decide to do that. Company manhattan people interesting name for a game. Company will release an ios android version of us six. The arc of nepotism in twenty twenty one. The company announced again. Sorry if i got that name or wrong the us titles loves to make imprint answerable words all the time Remember not long ago. We got word. There's gonna be a mobile version of us eight This may just be the next in the line that are going to have a mobile versions for For all the used titles are no further information at this point or was announced. Just this is going to be happening. Of course this is in Is in japan so kind a like. he's eight version. No word if that's gonna be coming to the west and to be quite fair no no word if it's In the west either speaking of Ios android versions of games the alliance hd the alliance alive hd remastered will becoming too often android an early winter. Twenty twenty one in japan. You can already get this game for. Ps four switch or pc much better version of it perhaps it's a little bit cheaper On the mobile platform but still no word of a western release for that mobile platform. So if you want to get this game and you've got one of those consoles or pc. I would say it's that's going to be your Best version of it. One last mobile thing to announce and i will hush about it. Because i know you guys love it so much command action. rpg near reincarnation will launch for and android on february eighteenth. Twenty twenty one in japan. Post your square. Inex- developer apple bought announced. There will be a near on amata in game. Collaboration featuring characters to be nine s and a two day and date with the games launch course that is in japan only No information listed here about the worst and inversion. I'm pretty sure this one's coming to the west but Don't know exactly when that's going to happen. Speaker of near autumn mata total worldwide shipments in digital sales have exceeded five million according to square inex-. That's an awesome awesome plateaued to have reached and kudos to them for that. I believe that is one of many reasons why we are getting the new near game coming out or re rematch. Whatever you wanna call it of that new one coming at a replicant here soon. That's another game to start saving. Your opinion is four and hopefully build a buy. All these games coming out here in the near future. I've got one last. You talk about with you guys again. probably wouldn't talk with jordan about our game of the years for twenty twenty four to twenty twenty one. The next podcast. I am still trying to get through. Colts deal for Often not had time to play here lately. I think just hit or maybe just shy of one hundred hour mark. So i've still got a good thirty to forty hours to go hopefully make it in time to Play roz a two day one but we have to wait and see that game just keeps on keeps on going but Going to be is going to be tough. I'm really going to have to search my feelings. That i think is flowing anything to if it's going to be found pacers. Seven remastered or a remake rather or four. It's it's really tough there. There's my heart says one thing amonte says another and there's different things to have to consider overall ought to make that final decision here real soon on what that What was looking forward to our thoughts here are coming out this week on. Kyle duncan beckett. This just insane twenty twenty year but looking forward to twenty twenty one famitsu has gone and interviewed a bunch of creator interviews and one hundred and ten of them to be precise al shift to here and try to find the big ones but right off the bat. The biggest one to me is from atlas and so They've got three different people. The first one is Crater takata and his keyword was think outside. The box is what's new is says so about sonoma say five. We are working hard on development to make it an even better product. You'll be waiting a little while longer. Please look forward to it. from trader wada his keywords carrying out my original intentions. What's new is my project has been steadily in the works. Thanks to everyone. The persona series will celebrate its twenty fifth anniversary. We have exciting plans in the works. So plead look forward to it. Love those things and hopefully something comes of it. Here is the Big one that we've not heard about in a wall and this is from a shimano is keyword. Silence his ambition for twenty one with last year's nobody Causing swift changed the world. All we can do now is can you. To focus on our work. Our title and development is going to an important face and we want to face it in an head on in order to deliver interesting gameplay to the world. What's new here we go. I'd like to announce the title will develop we're developing as soon as possible we previously created contemporary dramas but plea look forward to the quote fantasy. Rpg in quote. We're taking on next there. It is guys we heard about this. Rpg from alice many years ago and then come plead and silence for years. It's still a thing. I didn't think it was. I honestly thought it was one of those projects that kind of just died on the vine right like sound like a good idea. But we've still got persona. We're still got shimagami ten. Say what do we need another. I p for well they still have it. And maybe we're finally going to get a look at it. Obviously this is going to be next generation. Made that's what they were planning the whole time. And my hearing this. I personally think. Obviously as mt five comes i i think this game may be going next and then percent of six. Just my just my feeling on the matter. I may be wrong. But i wouldn't mind seen we've gotten you know we got persona. We got royal. We could maybe use something different in new. So i think that is an incredible Not really an announcement but certainly something that We've been waiting a long time to hear a thing about gung-ho online entertainment. they did the remakes for granted. They not or handle that one They say they're developing a new console title. They hoped to announce able to enough that. Some time This year so i think that's kind of cool. I'm trying to go through. Obviously this is all japanese craters. All genres of games So i am really looking forward to it or not. I'm sorry i was reading. There's going through here. See what is jr related and what is not You got a lot of them that are that are not so here is from a side games. too cocky. His keyword adamant his ambition is iot announce even if it's only a tease an original new title for console that had been developed with my colleagues in my new work environment and nothing but the highest confidence in it. What's new what did you think of the end of the year. Grambling fantasy link announcement the grand blue team. I think we've been able to showcase its solid and high quality single player gameplay appeal falling twenty nineteen multiplayer showing so please continue to the forward to it. thought that they they said they announced that really will launch twenty two so twenty be important that they focus on belmont here square inex- from who says keyword is bravely for the second year in a row. Who that's funny ambitions. I hope fought to success. And that i can prepare for the next one don. Oh and influences weather. It's third or three. I don't know that's fascinating again. I haven't read through all of these. Some kind of reacting as i'm reading the that's very cool. Obviously you would anticipate if this is successful that there would be a bravely the third or bravely default three that remains to be seen Qatar say the story will connect. He says what's new feature fanfest. Seven developments are in preparation. But please wait a little while longer for details. Saito says keyword is near. He says i'm working on here for a little longer. And then there's also babylon's fallen a completely new title. He says i'm pretty busy Fujimoto says changeless nece. That was a word dragon. Quest will announce celebrate its thirty fifth anniversary so hoped to be able to announce something. I can't imagine they don't announce funnel or drain quest twelve in. Its thirty fifth anniversary year. How could they not right. And that's all they're doing is announcing it put. You're putting a logo and anna. Once the end of it it's really you have to at least do that You shot us it. Nope in mind twenty. Twenty one will be the busiest year of my career. I'd like to make a year which i can deliver surprise and excitement to gamers and players will also paying attention to my health. He says please look forward to verse. Nelson sure both five fourteen and sixteen as well. So that's that's interesting Poor guy he's going to be It's going to be busy. So here's president condo from foul com. He's as keyword is turning point in two thousand twenty one foul to major milestone of its fortieth anniversary naturally. Would we should always aim for rejuvenation regardless of turning points occasions. Like this are important. So i'd like to use this opportunity to review our current development methods and systems. I wanted to increase the number of development lines and staff in the cabin. So we've already expanded and reformed we await the applications for those interested in development fell com much much needed president condo. You guys need you guys. Needed just expand like crazy. You really got to kind of get in step with some of the other companies. We love your work but you need to invest a little bit. And so. That's i'm happy to i'm happy to hear that To say the least let's see. Is there anything else to rpg related. I don't think so no. I didn't say anything there. I didn't see a hundred and ten people. So maybe there's a new one coming over. This one was This article came out just a few hours ago. So maybe will be some more reported on the next podcast. I would love to know what you guys are looking forward to most into twenty twenty one Obviously there's a few things there could be. We know we know. Graham fancy rethink is twenty twenty. Two nine percent sure tells arrives going to be tween twenty two. Don't even say sixteen is not coming out in twenty one okay. Neither is remake part two so those the big ones. I think we're going to kind of let go for a little while. But we've got some great games coming out we're gonna talk all about what is for sure coming out on that next podcast and look back at what's happened so far. Have you guys had an awesome christmas convert to a new year. We'll do a new year. Podcast i think thursdays okay. Things are a little bit different right now like next week the kids out of school but then going virtual the week after so as if live can get crazier become a teacher as well right. You guys are all feeling that strain The parents out there as well and his can't just get one bit of for for too long. That would be too easy so anyway. I will talk to you guys here next week. Hopefully it's on thursday but We'll just have to wait and see what works out. Best for all of us. Enjoy whatever jaffe effigies got for christmas or if you're still playing through a game you already had and i see us here very soon. My name is james fisher for the gop report. Thank you so much for this thing. Each and every week until next time get back out there and level up.

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British TV and the threat from tech

The Media Show

06:01 min | 7 months ago

British TV and the threat from tech

"How this week off. Calm the media regulator put out a pretty stark warning traditional. Uk broadcasting is at risk without radical shake-up but at risk of what and. What kind of shakeup are they talking about already. This ofcom is given the go-ahead to two new tv channels including one from rupert murdoch's news. Uk and ofcom is reportedly about to take on the massive task of regulating online harm including social media platforms like youtube an instagram but is a uk regulator really able to police the world wide web. While i'm joined by the person best able to answer those questions day. Melanie does is the newish chief. Executive of com a job. She started in february this year. And she's giving her first major interview to the media. Show elanie welcome to the media. Show thank you very much. Let's start with a quickfire round what you listen to this morning. Gosh i was listening to bbc. Radio news radio four today program. Which is what i often do in the mornings. I'm also these days increasing times radio well but that's how often wake up in the morning. I watched your perm new source. That you i heard two in the mornings day program. So it's a mix of the traditional newspapers. We got quite a lot in our household during the day. I i look at sky news up quite a lot. also bbc news and i'm a fan of bbc. Radio and things like newscast is one of my favorites as well. What was the best thing you've seen on. Tv recently This time of year for me and my family is definitely strictly is just that time of year. Isn't it so. We're addicted to that. Every saturday night and sunday night for the results. Show georgia tech news most evenings. Some evenings are sometimes. Watch the bbc news. Sometimes i tv but to be honest increasingly like a lot of people. I'm i'm watching things on ketchup or doing things on the radio. Lord by the world catch up shortly in terms of online video. Subscriptions huge choices as disney plus amazon. Prime video netflix. Do you have. We've got two three disney but we've got net flicks and prime and some of the others so so we watch a real bletchley of traditional british tv alongside some of the new streaming services and we'll come onto kind of that balance and what it should look like in the future life for those who don't know huge amount about your background your career. You very distinguished career seven. Have you have actually worked in the arts or media or on a film set. Tv newsroom any of that stuff. No i never have myself. But of course what what i what i do bring is inadequate. Lot of understanding. You're kind of public policy. And how you make decisions in that context and i am also an avid viewer and listener. Tv and radio. Why would come appoint someone who's a massive public policy but it hasn't got a background in media and communications. I mean sharon. What was she went to the treasury for many is what does that say about the thinking behind that your appointment what. I'm not so much sure about my own appointment but the important thing in off comments that we have got a lot of experience from all sorts of different walks of life. We've got people who are radio engineers. He knew everything about managing spectrum. Which is one of the jobs we do. We've also got a lot of people with a background in the broadcasting industry. So might my job is to leave the organization and pull that together now. This is the show. We talk a lot about off. Komo news programming media regulator. This may not realize quite how broad you'll remain is. Could you just give us a quick run through of the cost of various that. Come under your purview. The communications regulator. So we look at things like how we get broadband improved across the country and mobile phone services making sure that the consumers valley served. But we also gonna come onto you today. We oversee the broadcasting costing sector and some of the rules and regulations that were that just says of come does a content regulator. Can you talk us through this week's ruling you made over i tv. What did you find what happens next. We found that. I had broken our rules. This is about how they were running on their competitions and some viewers who who wrote in and we're in that competition didn't have their votes counted. So what was great with a really good engagement with tv. The moment they spotted this they told us about it and they've they've really taken steps to address it so we won't be taking any further action but they did break the rules the rules. Should they be punished including facing fines. Well in this case it was human error it was just about putting the data on a spreadsheet incorrectly. And also i. Tv did engage with us really well. I'm really constructively right from the beginning. So we take that kind of thing into account and that's why we'll be taking further action of comes authority outfit. Come from the fact that it can hurt people financially. There's a bit of social stigma opprobrium attached to the fact that you might be found against by off calm but is your power ultimately that you can hurt people in their pocket. Well i mean. I think when you a regulator you've got a range of things that you're you're able to do one of them. Yes is to is to sanction people and find things but ideally is a last resort. An awful of ofcom does and we've been. We've done this in the report. We publish this week is actually bring research and evidence bear on on important questions and to make sure this transparency about what's going on let's focus a little bit on euro as a content regulator and look at some of the other big media stories around this week so all of a doubt in the culture sector. You must speak to you. On a regular basis. as written to netflix's asking them to make clear their drama series. The crown is fictionalized. Now if the crown with broadcast on bbc one and therefore fell under of comes burkas code which you guys make. The bbc put a disclaimer on it. Well i think it's a really interesting question. I mean you know as as you hinting out. There are different rules for different kinds of streams that we can now crtv so if you watching a program on bbc warn itv's for pretty much on sky virgin then you'll again you're watching programs are regulated by off. Commander are broadcasting code. If you're watching netflix six then it's a much narrower so regulations. In fact the regulator there is in holland because net flicks headquartered there for the whole of europe and actually you're watching on on youtube. Then there's no regulation at all so it is quite confusing sometimes for the viewer. Things

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Fauci says U.K. rushed vaccine approval, FDA won't cut corners

Nightside with Dan Rea

03:17 min | 7 months ago

Fauci says U.K. rushed vaccine approval, FDA won't cut corners

"The nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, says that a vaccine will be distributed almost immediately after the FDA approves it, Dr Fauci, adding that the FDA administrators, Stephen Hahn has visited the White House recently in order to find out where they are in the process. He says that Americans should have confidence that the vaccine is effective because it has been proven and agreed upon by several independent organization. The organization's Fauci is also said that he will not hesitate to get the vaccine once it's his turn, and he's also walking back his comments that the United Kingdom rushed the approval of visors. Covert 19 vaccine. ABC is Mark Rebel Art has more after telling CBS that UK regulators rushed approval of fighters covert 19 vaccine. Out. She's softening those comments to British media, he told the BBC. He didn't mean to imply that regulators were sloppy, but did say to sky news. They've gone over it very quickly, and I can say and this is not a criticism, but they've done it in a way that has much less deep. Then has been done. It is being done by the FDA in the United States, he says. With some Americans already skeptical about covert vaccines, he wants the public to have confidence. That corner's aren't being cut. Grandma Lard ABC

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Australian leader seeks conciliation in dispute with China

PRI's The World

03:47 min | 7 months ago

Australian leader seeks conciliation in dispute with China

"If you enjoy a glass of wine every now and then. You've likely tried a bottle from australia at some point the. Us is a big market for aussie vintners. So is china but now china shops wanting to carry australian wine face higher costs much higher. The chinese government has announced new taras on australian wine imports as high as a two hundred twelve percent tax on every bottle. It is a major blow to australia's wine industry as the world bank. A hillier reports. China is pointing the finger at australia and says the country is dumping wine into its market causing the chinese wine industry to crash. Australia says that's not true. Still because of the spike and fees the wine trade between the two countries has come to a grinding halt. The level of the tariffs essentially closes a market for experts. Say it will be virtually impossible for steinbeck's orders to send bottle bought into china for the foreseeable future tony lane. Ceo of australian grape and wine says people's livelihoods are already being threatened of the twenty four hundred australian wine producers who export to china eight hundred of them sell exclusively to the people's republic that now the markets that aren't still domestically they've set the businesses up puglia round the toronto market. And now. we're the next older will come. There's a lot of guess uncertainty. In fear and confusion james robson of ross hill. Weinstein is feeling the pressure. This is terrible news. He told abc news australia. That nearly twenty percent of his product exports to china where his customers usually place big orders in october to prepare for chinese new year. And we haven't done any of that this year because obviously that texting right. It's just not sustainable alley entry level one these ten dollars and that's gonna make it thirty. Even the big players in australia's wine industry are taking a hit shares in the largest one treasury. Wine estates plunged eleven percent when the tariffs were announced. But they'll be okay. Tony battling says because they can sell to other countries mainly europe the us and other parts of asia still under thirty five million liters of wine that is now going to be looking for a high finding new markets and forming new business relationships is tough though especially during a global pandemic and battling says those other markets won't be able to make up for the loss of business with china we got hundred seventy markets resulted. Even if i only christ bought fifteen percent that would still live. It's seven hundred million dollars in the red site. Clearly showtime Visit occasion is not going to work. Experts say the wind tariffs are not just about reds and whites relations between australia and china soured earlier. This year after australia called for an investigation into china's handling of the coronavirus pandemic since then china has slapped tariffs and restrictions on a number of australian exports including barley beef seafood and sugar agriculture minister. David little proud told sky news australia. That he's looking for clarification from china. Is that it is retribution. Rather than any specific issue that any whether it be one or the other commodities produced the trade war appears to be here to stay. China's commerce ministry said today the tariffs could last between four and nine months at this point. Tony battling of australian grape and wine says he doesn't see a clear path forward normally you can resolve economic disputes through negotiation. But with you can't get to the table. You can't get both parties in the same room or on the same telephone. You kinda negotiate in the meantime battling hopes australian producers won't have to sell their wines under market value just to keep the lights on

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Biden ahead in Georgia, Pennsylvania; Trump attacks process

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Biden ahead in Georgia, Pennsylvania; Trump attacks process

"Joe Biden is on the verge of winning the White House after taking the lead into battlegrounds biting has overtaken president trump in Pennsylvania Northwestern University political forecaster Thomas Miller tells Sky News that was just a matter of time as more mail in ballots were counted Pennsylvania was bound to go blue after the president flipped it four years ago so I expected to end there but by then also now has a slim lead in Georgia a long time GOP stronghold this is a really big surprise and I have no explanation for it the president must win both Pennsylvania and Georgia for a shot at reelection Sager mag ani Washington

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UK says 4-week coronavirus lockdown may have to last longer

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

UK says 4-week coronavirus lockdown may have to last longer

"The British government says a new national lockdown in England may have to last longer than the planned for weeks the lockdown is to run from Thursday until December second bars and restaurants can only offer takeout nonessential shops must close and people will only be able to leave home for a short list of reasons including exercise cabinet minister Michael Gove told Sky News the government will be driven by what the doctor says with a virus this malignant I'm I'm with its capacity to move so quickly it would be foolish to predict with absolute certainty what will happen in four weeks time Britain has the worst virus death toll in Europe with more than forty six thousand dead and one million confirmed coronavirus cases Sarah Bassett London

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Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict draws in fighters from Mideast

Democracy Now! Audio

01:29 min | 9 months ago

Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict draws in fighters from Mideast

"Lies inside. Her Basham but it's controlled by ethnic. Armenians. It was the site of a bloody conflict in the wake of the collapse of the Soviet Union many fear this latest spike and conflict the world. The worst since the nineties could spark a regional war with Turkey openly supporting your Sean and Russia allied with Armenia. The. Guardian reports Syrian rebel fighters have signed up to work with private Turkish forces in Azerbaijan and Turkey reportedly supplying us or Bow Sean with drones and weapons in an interview with Sky News. Earlier this week, the Armenian Prime Minister Nicole Pechiney accused Turkey of continuing its genocidal policies against the Armenian people. Good reach. Inflammatory language when I say that. This. Is Not. These Bala, continue the Armenian genocide. Let us look at what Turkey. Is. Implementing in the Mediterranean in Libya in Syria Iraq. Ca Dot com to me. There is no doubt. That this. Is saw hotel sponsor policy of continuing the Armenian genocide offer come to me and policy of reinstating the Turkish in. On and the international reports as your Schon has used banned cluster bombs in civilian areas

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Abbott says top Malaysian leaders suspected pilot of MH370

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Abbott says top Malaysian leaders suspected pilot of MH370

"Former Australian leader Tony Abbott says the top levels of the Malaysian government have long suspected the disappearance of Malaysia airlines flight three seventy almost six years ago was a mass murder suicide by the pilot Albert was prime minister when the plane carrying two hundred and thirty nine people found new show on March eighth twenty fourteen Australia had coordinated the largest such an aviation history which failed to find the plane speaking to sky news this week Abbott says he wanted to be absolutely crystal clear it was understood at the highest levels in Malaysia this is almost certainly not a suicide by the pilot the pilot's Tommy though has long denied he was suicidal the twenty eighteen report found there was no evidence of abnormal behavior or stress in the two pilots I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Abbott says top Malaysian leaders suspected pilot of MH370

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Abbott says top Malaysian leaders suspected pilot of MH370

"Albert was prime minister when the plane carrying two hundred and thirty nine people found new show on March eighth twenty fourteen Australia had coordinated the largest such an aviation history which failed to find the plane speaking to sky news this week Abbott says he wanted to be absolutely crystal clear it was understood at the highest levels in Malaysia this is almost certainly not a suicide by the pilot the pilot's family though has long denied he was suicidal the twenty eighteen report found there was no evidence of abnormal behavior or stress in the two pilots I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Thai prime minister says 27 dead, including gunman, 50 wounded, in worst mass shooting in country's history

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Thai prime minister says 27 dead, including gunman, 50 wounded, in worst mass shooting in country's history

"As Thailand's prime minister visit some of the wounded from yesterday's shooting rampage that killed at least twenty six people injuring more than fifty others the attacks started at a military base and ended at a popular mall north of Bangkok he said military work to end the crisis for sixteen hours as the suspect barricaded himself inside the mall shown Robbins from ABC news partner Sky News has more from the scene in Thailand after hours of silence suddenly the sound of fresh gun shops throughout the night more conscious he's a cruel tiles children carried away to offices confirmed dead then

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Prince Harry Said He And Meghan Markle Had "No Other Option" Than To Step Back From Royal Life

Jay Talking

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Prince Harry Said He And Meghan Markle Had "No Other Option" Than To Step Back From Royal Life

"Prince Harry has arrived in Canada to start his new life with Meghan Markle and their son Archie video from sky news shows Harry landing at an airport on Vancouver Island late Monday the prince Megan and their eight month old son reportedly staying at a mansion on the island off Canada's Pacific coast ABC's Adrian banker has more prince Harry seen arriving in Canada soon to be stepping back from his royal duties one step closer to making North America a more permanent home Kerry now joins wife Megan and his eight month old son who just hours before were seen out and about since officially announcing that come spring they will no longer be senior members of the royal family in a deal agreed upon with the queen Megan seen smiling bundled up carrying Archie and walking the couple's dogs guy and DA's around Vancouver Island park Kerry's international flight comes just twenty four hours after speaking out about the choice he says he made for his family when he says he made with great sadness this is the answer are you have made for my wife and all you have to step back is not one I made lightly there was so many months of talks of to for many years of challenges I don't know I haven't always gonna right but as far as this goes there really was no other option some say they could see this

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US believes Iran 'likely' shot down Ukrainian airliner

AP 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

US believes Iran 'likely' shot down Ukrainian airliner

"The U. S. and several other western nations say there's evidence of Ron shot down the Ukranian jet shortly after takeoff from Tehran if it's Jackie Quinn reports a pilot's wife tried to talk about a flying the plane that morning to stem the label longer with escalating tensions in the region between the US and Iran with Katerina got up and then go tell sky news she urged her husband to cancel his shift but he said if he didn't fly the plane who would the US and several allies are confident a surface to air missile struck the jet hours after a round fired missiles over the border into two military bases Ukraine's foreign minister says the pilots were on a proper course it was nothing to indicate that this this flight in danger across the globe there's mourning for all one hundred seventy six victims more than sixty from Canada including a dentist in Halifax whose husband spoke on CTV I was very very hard for

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US blames Iran for Ukrainian jetliner downing, pledges probe

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

US blames Iran for Ukrainian jetliner downing, pledges probe

"Choose them believe bloom longer with escalating tensions in the region between the US and Iran with Katerina got up and then go tell Sky News she urged her husband to cancel his shift but he said if he didn't fly the plane who would be US and several allies are confident a surface to air missile struck the jet hours after a run fired missiles over the border into two military bases Ukraine's foreign minister says the pilots were on a proper course it was nothing to indicate that this this flight in danger across the globe there's mourning for all one hundred seventy six victims more than sixty from Canada including a dentist in Halifax whose husband spoke on C. T. V.'s I was very very hard for all of this and deformity I Jackie Quinn

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