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"sommerville" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

04:48 min | Last month

"sommerville" Discussed on Houston Matters

"It was the first meeting of the two teams since the astor's signs stealing scandal broke to some the dodgers especially that scandal-tainted the Astros twenty-seven, world series victory, you'll recall that no current astros players were punished after admitting their involvement in that scandal. So the unwritten rules baseball suggested such punishment might end up. Up, doled, out on the field of play, and so it was in the sixth inning. Tuesday dodgers, Reliever Joe Kelly threw a pitch behind the astros. Alex. Bregman than the Stroz Michael Brantley, stepped on Kelly's foot on a play at first. The pitcher then began jawing back and forth with someone in the astor's dugout before throwing a pitch over Carlos Correa his head more sniping sued, and eventually the benches cleared, and while cool heads prevailed enough to keep the players from coming to blows a really any contact at all, it was for a moment a reminder. Reminder that even pandemic can't stop long simmering and long-expected reactions to the scandal. Kelly received an eight game suspension for his actions. The Astros, dodgers, dust up signals that even the unwritten rules of baseball are back is this good bad or ugly will start with Astros. superfan Mary Flood. This is ugly and a lot of ways. The rules in baseball include retaliation and sign stealing. Basically, if you don't get caught the funding, Pitcher Joe Kelley was, of course, not with the dodgers in two thousand seventeen when they lost to the Astros and the World Series He. He was the Red Sox, a team that was caught signed stealing in two different scenarios including a year that they won the world series. Of course, angry. Kelly for throwing the balls more than ninety miles per hour at the heads of Bregman and Korea. For One I. Really liked their heads. But also that can kill somebody in the twenties. A player name was hitting the head and he died twelve hours later in an eighties. Astro Dickie Thon was hitting the head ended his career because his vision was affected. It's a very serious infraction, but I still. Still, think that eight-game suspensions too much. It's one of the only things I may agree with dodger fans out. I. Don't agree that Kelly's a hero for trying to hit people in the head or coming close to it I. don't agree also with the dodgers continue whining about the twenty seventeen trophy, I didn't see them in the twenty, nine, thousand, nine world series. But Anyway, another problem besides Kelly's cavalier pitching the MLB's lack of proportionate punishment. The Red Sox to vendors and size ceiling barely punished the Yankee letter about their cheating being kept under wraps at the. The Astros are made to be outliers. Punish more excessively made to seem the bad boys when they're obviously our million other bad boys..

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"sommerville" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"sommerville" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We headed Mike for what we've got terrible delays north of the city on ninety three band let's get caught up with the latest here with your mom free insurance road report yeah we got a big crash ninety three northbound on the Roosevelt circle at this moment only the breakdown lane is getting by you are now jammed solid back to Mr Gavin Sommerville now once you're past the cedar dot dot with the delays it's pop up again for up to thirteen but they would opt into Salem New Hampshire they're work crews up before exit to for Kennedy Legg had there's a southbound crash after exit for Londonderry New Hampshire cause backups both directions Kristen out kind of offering insurance rotor for that sounds like a mess there on route one north you've got backups shortly after Linden street in revere up into Saugus there had been road work going on up after mainstream but all lanes are open there now one twenty eight south is stalled out in Burlington down pass route three A. there's a crash right at the exit for the middle six turnpike well the expressway south heavy and slow going now out of the tunnel down to South Bay it's flow into the Braintree split north sounds fine route three all clear on the south shore but delays on ninety three in both directions getting to route twenty four head to the west the mass pike westbound hung up Sturbridge out into Brimfield with that daily road work going on out after eighty four at one ninety south jam two miles through sterling with road work down after route one seventeen miking for WBZ's traffic on the three now we get a check of the four day accu weather forecast brought to us by Toyota's official website for deals by a Toyota dot com here's Brian we'll see a fair amount of clouds around heading into tonight or maybe a shower a few spots later on a low down to fifty eight partly sunny turning out warmer tomorrow with an afternoon or.

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"sommerville" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"sommerville" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Doing right this is Katie K. A. radio forty nine degrees at Pittsburgh International that nine o'clock time Melinda rotor two more people have died from corona virus at the Kane community living center in Glen hazel that brings the total of Kobe nineteen deaths at that facility two nine sixty other residents and at least thirty three workers have also tested positive another maintenance worker at the port authority's west Mifflin garage has tested positive for covert nineteen the maintenance worker last worked on Tuesday of this week and has been in self quarantine since this is the tenth Port Authority employee to test positive the sixth at that location Port Authority says the west Mifflin garage has been deep cleaned and sanitized after consultation with union leadership a local coronaviruses survivor is now trying to help others by donating his blood plasma Jim Sommerville was among the first from the Pittsburgh area to test positive he contracted cove in nineteen while on a cruise aboard the grand princess back in February and tells KDKA TV he got sick about three days later I thought it was you know sea sickness and headaches from food allergies or something and it turned out to be coded I had all the symptoms the ship was quarantined twelve miles off the coast for several days after it docked summer villain his wife were in quarantine again and then a self isolation on Friday he donated his blood as part of a coalescent a plasma program doctors say survivors develop essential antibodies that can help treat patients who are still sick with the virus president trump signed a.

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"sommerville" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 5 months ago

"sommerville" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On sterile drive east to crash shows spin out right by that Kenmore square exit at least one lane is blocked there tells where things are pretty good as you come into the city this afternoon the lower deck of ninety three is wide open so was the Tobin bridge inbound electric down ramp all the report totals are now good north of the city one twenty eight north clear thirty minutes from the pike up to North Avenue Wakefield route one looks good up to that Saugus Lynnfield stretching checking on ninety three now your Manfredi insurance report well one thing to be wary of leaving the city at ninety three north bound is that left lane restrictions in place up after Mr Gavin Sommerville stay to the right as you head up past Roosevelt's circle or that finally lets loose we had earlier work crews up in the Manchester New Hampshire stretch on ninety three those are gone there are some delays of a few north bound up around the Hooksett toll plaza though not too bad Christopher the Babri insurance road report the mass turnpike at the expressway check out okay now keep in mind all highway rest stop service plazas they're open and also keep in mind there's a parking ban at all state beach parking facilities miking for WBZ's traffic on the threes S. B. ally dot com brings us the four day accu weather forecast John fear occurs here we got to get through a little more this white stuff before we get a pretty nice day in here to start the weekend yeah tomorrow certainly a whole lot better than today it's been hard to come by nice weather this month and unfortunately it looks like we're gonna stay on subtle but tomorrow again a little bit better skies are clear out tonight after some rain and drizzle this evening will dip back into the mid thirties and then tomorrow some sunshine up to fifty three the coast near sixty in some inland spots and then we'll turn out cloudy again tomorrow night low forty one period to rain on Sunday becoming windy other chilly raw day that rain most likely in the afternoon I forty seven more rain on Monday windy and chilly I only forty three then drier and milder as we head into Tuesday and Wednesday I'm a accu weather meteorologist John fear WBZ Boston news radio right now it's forty five degrees on the vineyard AT is forty four in Beverly forty two in Plymouth forty three degrees in Boston I'm doing good business brought to you by UMass Lowell's online MBA one of the benefits of working from home companies are finding out on the flight what works and what doesn't and for many companies remote working actually is working financial giant State Street says it's working so well that he tells.

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"sommerville" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"sommerville" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Weather is wonderful as well it's a beautiful morning out there but we do have weather coming in later on so and that would be a good time to get out there if you can watch out for disabled truck ninety three southbound it's set in the grass off to the right hand side just before one twenty eight and will burn also in Danvers that those workers once again today one twenty eight north bound by Endicott street the right hand lane is closed off there in Danvers and on the pike they've set up as well in the left hand lane it's right on the mass pike westbound just after the Westboro service area but they will open they will close down rather the center lane and just a bit so we'll keep you posted on that that was far as the volume downtown goes we're looking good you're okay on the lower deck of the Taliban and the lever connector right now let's check in with Kristen acting them out for insurance copter lonely which has of recent changes with work going on in the Somerville Medford stretch of ninety three dollars for the longest time it was what my plane ticket for assembly square up to Roosevelt's circle well you could make it a little farther up ninety three before the lane restriction begins it now starts just after Mr Gavin Sommerville about a mile before Bedford square this blood left lane but by the time you're up past Bedford square headed for Roosevelt's circle it becomes the two left lanes that are shut down eight to the right to get through this Christopher Aqaba offering insurance copter good to know my glory grantee WBZ's traffic on the threes guy gotta love that this morning here in Boston too bad it's not gonna last and what we need it's gonna go south in a hurry to because clouds are gonna take over later on this afternoon temperature thirty seven degrees at the moment will get up to about fifty a little bit later on but those clouds don't mean anything.

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"sommerville" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"sommerville" Discussed on PRI's The World

"They will see. This is an attack on them on the stand to get the UK out of the EU, the key issue, coast. Boris Johnson's opponents is now that he's affects been summonsed accused of a criminal offense. They could also be very careful about what he says, because the UK has a little cool, contempt of court, which means that if these accused of a criminal offense, you have to be careful about what you say about them so that they all ensured a fair trial free of prejudice. What impact will these charges have on the Brexit debate itself? I think this case, if it goes ahead may in some respects, become one of one of the kind of resolving points of the whole log into about Brexit, because the arguments over this figure that was put out during the referendum that the UK was sending three hundred fifty million pounds a week to the eve is became a very, very poised. Innis debase in the UK back in twenty sixty and it's one of the legacy issues off the referendum, where lots of remain say figure was either downright role or or willful lie by people who used it. So if this case goes all the way before jury the jury decision one way or another. You gonna have people on whichever side, the Brexit debate saying, we'll I told you so. But it's going to be extraordinary. If it comes down to this moment of one of the biggest Brexit figures, and in a jury of twelve men and women, you know, having to decide Otemachi, his face, and ultimately, he added the truth will also of a key element of the campaign, which potentially would take the UK out of the that would be wild. The BBC's dominant kashani. Thanks very much for speaking with us. Thanks, you're with the world. I'm Marco werman you're with the world. Hundreds of prisoners held by have been freed since the fall of the self proclaimed Islamic state caliphat in Syria, that includes ZD's members of a Christian minority who were captured when ISIS swept through their homeland in Sindh jar northern Iraq. Many if not most of the men were murdered and buried in mass graves, the women and children were enslaved, only some of them survived their captivity under ISIS fighters. My BBC colleague Quentin Sommerville has a story of one family that story begins in northern Iraq. ZDC house and the Syrian countryside, a bully, please on a swing. His name is Nash out. He's eleven years old, and he's just escaped the horror of by us or the Islamic state made its last stunned for five years. He was their slave dummy someone done when they would fly us children, no matter what age and make us servants nutrition that children nicely like a piece of gold, but they kicked us out to sleep in the garden whole sheep fold. I don't know why they would buy us if they didn't want to look after us. The first time we spoke he could barely remember Kurdish. The trauma heen Jewish is almost unimaginable by who's was an infernal at the end. He was taken on August. Thirteenth two thousand fourteen from the ZD homeland of singer in Iraq with his mother sister, and brother his mum was pregnant, she was sold to six different IS fighters and their wives after a year. She was sold without Nash out shortly after his sister was sold to, and he was left alone. With monsters had that headache deserves the Joe had cherish. Melvin a possum called upper Nassir, you'd always speech us, no food for month only piece of thread, once a day, had a slave discount. But what of the rest of his family, had they survived the chaos and the terror of I ESPN. s. Greeny mobile phone footage from four years ago, the called the release of Nash outs mother Hosea for a ransom. She was smuggled out of Syria with children into the homes of a weakening husband, but it was a bittersweet moment, then shot unto sister, Julene or still in his lamb extinct groups grip given refuge in Germany. There was no relief and freedom for foes Lia while her two oldest children were still in Syria being silent, who's my boss? We physicist psychologists nights did not pass without tears. We couldn't enjoy delicious meals or buy..

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"sommerville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"sommerville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Loser. From today looks to be Yulia Timoshenko the darling of revolutions passed. This will be the third time. She's missed out on the presidency. Whoever ultimately wins. We'll be confronted with Ukraine's very serious problems not least relations with Russia and a war in the east. That's killed thirteen thousand people that was general Fisher in Kiev and reminder of our main world needs at the moment of Vietnamese woman, charged in Malaysia with murdering the half brother of the North Korean leader has been convicted of a lesser charge. It's coming up to twenty dollars, Paul GMT. This is the BBC World Service. The BBC has learned that more than fifty Islamic state fighters from the UK have been captured in Syria in the past three months. One of them has said most foreign fighters would never have joined up if they'd known more about group Hamza Pavas from London spent five years with the extremists. He was speaking to our correspondent Quentin Sommerville from Kurdish custody camp hums apoligise of west London, surrendered a month ago as the Islamic state's final hold out of by who's collapse. The former police and army cadet traveled to Syria in two thousand fourteen before the so-called caliphate was even declared I spoke to him under Kurdish called in the north of Syria. You joined that group willingly, the the the horror for most people as they have no choice over Syrians Iraqis Libyan's UCD's who were all either displaced who are who are model by the Islamic state. You willingly join that group. They had no choice. If you ask me, the would you willingly go and join the group which consists of one two three and four one two three four being genocide rape asleep. When lauda? Mhm? Anyone in their right mind would have never ever ever gone over to join something of on your mind. All I didn't know that. There was something waiting for me. I got you know, calls a big mafia and claims he didn't fight for the group. However video on social media chosen in Iraq calling on others to join violent jihad against the west his family say he's been stripped of his British citizenship. He's also entitled to Pakistani passport. But says he doesn't want to return for fear. He may be tortured. Quentin Sommerville now Nick has some of the other stories from on east. Ask formation of a new government has been announced in ALgeria is not yet clear whether the makeup of the new government will do a great deal to sass of satisfy the demands of the demonstrators, David Bamford has more the prime minister Nourredine bed. We and the powerful head of the army general Achmat guide Saleh have retained their positions, but many new figures have been brought into what state television is calling a caretaker administration. There have been weeks of turmoil in our area with protesters calling for an. End to the long rule of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika and the sweeping away of his inner circle. Mr. Boutaflika's future will be decided by the constitutional council when she's been asked to rule on his fitness for office, the Grammy nominated rapper nipsy Russell has died after a shooting on Sunday police say the thirty three zero perform whose real name is a maya's Ashkelon was killed outside a clothing store. He owns in Los Angeles two other men were shot during the incident. The third fled the scene and pope Francis has again strongly criticized politicians who want to put up walls and other barriers to keep migrants out of their countries. Asked by reporters about President Trump's threat to close the US border with Mexico. The pope did not revert to Trump by name. But he said leaders who built walls would end up becoming prisoners of those walls, the former US vice president Joe Biden has denied claims by another democrat that he behaved inappropriately towards her. Describing the incident on CNN's state of the union Lucy Flores said that during campaigning in two thousand fourteen he placed his hands on her shoulders and kissed the back of her head making her feel uncomfortable. We were all lined up next to the stage. Joe Biden was behind me. I'm kind of preparing myself to give these remarks, it's the very last days before the election and very unexpectedly and out of nowhere. I feel Joe Biden put his hands on my shoulders, get up very close to me from behind lean in smell, my hair. And then plant a slow kiss on the top of my head Washington. Correspondent Chris Butler has more Joe Biden is still considering whether you will run as the democratic candidate for next year's presidential election. But certainly this is going to put extra scrutiny on. What was interesting in nut statement from Lucy Flora's trained that interview on CNN is she said as far as she was. Concerned it should disqualify him from running for the president say at the same time, Lucie, Florida is also made clear that she has many different political opinions to Joe Biden that cheat doesn't support him on a number of different issues. But she said she did have concerns about his behavior night. She said, but it was not in her view, a sexual assault. But at the same time, she felt it was inappropriate behavior on she said that as far as she was concerned. And this is an article that she's written that it was an experience at felt awkward disturbing an weird. And it certainly gonna put a new focus on Joe Biden. Here's someone is regarded as a real statesman within the Democratic Party somebody who could be very different to Donald Trump. But of course, these allegations will certainly heart. That's standing rehouse within the party. She says that she's chosen to really offer up this experience at this time because partly. He is running as one of the candidates. He may well run for president. And there is no the Joe Biden himself is having to address this. He has released a statement in which he says in my many years in the campaign trail unin public life. I have offered countless handshakes hugs expressions of affection support and comfort. I'm not once. Never did. I believe I acted inappropriately. If it is suggested I did. So I will listen respectfully, but it was never my intention was Chris Bartlett speaking to us from Washington, President Trump has moves to cottage to El Salvador and Honduras and has threatened to close the border with Mexico this week unless more is done by those countries to stop migrants crossing into the United States. The stream of people called a crisis by US officials has overwhelmed some border posts where migrants are being held in temporary open air facilities from the border city of El Paso in Texas. Don Johnson sent this reports the aim at. Pedroni my daughter and I were treated like dogs. I started crying seeing my daughter's sleeping on the rocky dirt with no pillow or blanket. If I'd have known, I would have never left my country came from Honduras two weeks ago with a baby daughter. She's one of hundreds of asylum seekers who were being held behind barbed wire in a custom station car park right by the Mexican border a temporary holding pen for those wanting a new life in the US..

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"sommerville" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"sommerville" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"A USB drive containing state secrets and in fact that part is true. His lawyer told us in an interview, but we didn't know what was on the drive. Someone had given it to him. Would have given him classified information. Mcglone could present it could be a mistake. He told us or anything is possible we have developed a fascination with Russia he'd visited several times had friends on the Russian Facebook and was here in December to attend a wedding. There's a lot of speculation that that's when the Kremlin had him arrested for an old fashioned spy swap in return for Maria Buccino, a Russian who recently pleaded guilty in Washington to being an unregistered foreign agent. Now, that's something that the Russian government and Williams lawyer deny meanwhile, the lawyer says that if there's a trial, it's at least six months away, and Paul Whalen is likely to spend that time locked up in a Russian jail. Elizabeth Palmer CBS news Moscow as the US pulls out of Syria, declaring ISIS dismantled and defeated BBC Middle East. Correspondent Quentin Sommerville embedded with Syrian Defense forces. On the front lines against what's left of the terror group in the town of Deras roar in eastern Syria. Utter ruin marks the Islamic state's retreat in the hurry to get out. The medical airstrikes have jumped by a quarter. This has destroyed their stronghold, but no one here thinks the truly gone..

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"sommerville" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"sommerville" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Took us into thousand seventeen during protests over Mobuto's plans to rewrite the country's constitution. Getty's? Do stay on. What do you say about this election for our? Crime constitutional fraud. We also witnessed some of the more than two million Venezuelans who have fled to surrounding countries since two thousand fifteen one million alone live here in neighboring Columbia Manuel Bojorquez CBS news. Now. The gene Columbia preparations underway for another summit between President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong UN, here's correspondent Cami McCormick. North Korea's state media is reporting Kim Jong UN received a letter from President Trump from North Korean envoy who held meetings here in Washington last week. President Trump has said a second meeting could happen to be in February. But the two sides are still far apart on some fundamental issues the nuclear negotiations have been stuck since last June summit, though, Kim has suspended nuclear and missile tests for the first time reporter saw American Paul Whalen in custody in a Moscow courtroom as he was denied bail. Here's correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reporters from around the world crowded into the Moscow court. Listen to the judge off camera denied him bail spoke to his lawyer and interpreter through a small slot in the prisoner's cage, wheeling was arrested in Moscow's Metropole hotel for espionage, specifically, having a USB drive containing state secrets and in fact that part is true. His lawyer told us in an interview, but we didn't know what was on the drive. Someone had given it to him who would have given him classified information. Shipka present. It could be a mistake. He told us or anything is possible. We have developed a fascination with Russia he'd visited several times had friends on the Russian Facebook and was here in December to attend a wedding. There's a lot of speculation that that's when the Kremlin had him arrested for an old fashioned spy swap in return for Maria Putina, a Russian who recently pleaded guilty in Washington to being an unregistered foreign agent. Now, that's something that the Russian government and Williams lawyer deny meanwhile, the lawyer says that if there's a trial, it's at least six months away and Paul wheel and is likely to spend that time locked up in a Russian jail. Elizabeth Palmer CBS news Moscow as the US pulls out of Syria, declaring ISIS dismantled and defeated BBC Middle East. Correspondent Quentin Sommerville embedded with Syrian Defense forces on the front lines against what's left of the terror group in the town of Dara's roar in eastern Syria. Utter ruin marks the Islamic state's retreat in the hurry to get out. American airstrikes have jumped by a quarter. This has destroyed their stronghold. But no one here thinks the truly gone does. Yeah. We had the stomach stage. Many times by religious extremists ideology remains five dollars trying to escape with the civilians. They have CPAs in Syria Iraq, all over the world. So I s a retreating into the shadows until the desert west of here. The still fighting to be done under the cover of more airstrikes. We join the.

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"sommerville" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"sommerville" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Oral cancer tobacco. What the cigarette my life. You're three times as likely to get oral cancer. If you drink or use tobacco. What about HP isn't that about cervical cancer? Was that to do your thirty times more likely to get cancer? If you have HP for the human papillomavirus. Didn't know that learn more about HP oral cancer as my own mess dot org. This message is brought to you by your oral facial surgeons. North Korea's state media is reporting Kim Jong UN received a letter from President Trump from a North Korean envoy who held meetings here in Washington last week. President Trump has set a second meeting could happen to be into February. But the two sides are still far apart on some fundamental issues the nuclear negotiations have been stuck since last June summit, though, Kim has suspended nuclear and missile tests for the first time reporter saw American Paul Whalen in custody in a Moscow courtroom as he was denied bail. Here's correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reporters from around the world crowded into the Moscow court listened to the judge off camera deny him bail three spoke to his lawyer and interpreter through a small slot in the prisoner's cage wheelin was arrested in Moscow's Metropol hotel for espionage, specifically, having a USB drive containing state secrets and in fact that part is true. His lawyer told us. Us in an interview. But we didn't know what was on the drive. Someone had given it to him would have given him classified information could prevent it. Could be a mistake. He told us or a setup anything is possible. We have developed a fascination with Russia he'd visited several times had friends on the Russian Facebook and was here in December to attend a wedding. There's a lot of speculation that that's when the Kremlin had him arrested for an old fashioned spy swap in return for Maria Lucina, a Russian who recently pleaded guilty in Washington to being an unregistered foreign agent. Now, that's something that the Russian government and Williams lawyer deny meanwhile, the lawyer says that if there's a trial, it's at least six months away, and Paul Whalen is likely to spend that time locked up in a Russian jail. Elizabeth Palmer CBS news Moscow as. The US pulls out of Syria, declaring ISIS dismantled and defeated BBC Middle East. Correspondent Quentin Sommerville embedded with Syrian Defense forces on the frontlines against what's left of the terror group in the town of Dara's roar in eastern Syria. Utter ruin marks the Islamic state's retreat in the hurry to Gatot American airstrikes have jumped by a quarter. This has destroyed their stronghold, but no one here thinks the truly gone. Yeah. We have defeated Islamic state many times by religious extremists ideology remains five dollars off trying to with the civilians. They have CPAs in Syria, Iraq and all over the world. So I s a retreating into the shadows to the desert west of here. The still fighting to be.

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"sommerville" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"sommerville" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Secrets and in fact that part is true. His lawyer told us in an interview, but we didn't know what was on the drive. Someone had given it to him who would have given him classified information. Shoot could prevent it. Could be a mistake. He told us or a setup anything is possible. We have developed a fascination with Russia he'd visited several times had friends on the Russian Facebook and was here in December to attend a wedding. There's a lot of speculation that that's when the Kremlin had him arrested for an old fashioned spy swap in return for Maria, Lieutenant a Russian who recently pleaded guilty in Washington to being an unregistered foreign agent. Now, that's something that the Russian government and Williams lawyer deny meanwhile, the lawyer says that if there's a trial, it's at least six months away and Paul wheel and is likely to spend that time locked up in a Russian jail. Elizabeth Palmer CBS news Moscow as the US pulls out of Syria, declaring ISIS dismantled and defeated BBC Middle East. Correspondent Quentin Sommerville embedded with Syrian Defense forces on the frontlines against what's left of the terror group in the town of Deras, you're in eastern Syria. Utter ruin marks the Islamic state's retreat in the hurry to get out. American airstrikes have jumped by a quarter. This has destroyed their strongholds, but no one here thinks the truly gone..

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"sommerville" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"sommerville" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In two thousand seventeen during protests over Mobuto's plans to rewrite the country's constitution getting students. Dialects you on. What do you say about this election? For our? Constitutional fraud. We also witnessed some of the more than two million Venezuelans who have fled to surrounding countries since two thousand fifteen one million alone live here in neighboring Columbia Manuel Bojorquez CBS news. Medigene Columbia preparations underway for another summit between President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Hoon. Here's correspondent Cami McCormick. North Korea's state media is reporting Kim Jong UN received a letter from President Trump from a North Korean envoy who held meetings here in Washington last week. President Trump has set a second meeting could happen at the end of February. But the two sides are still far apart on some fundamental issues the nuclear negotiations have been stuck since last June summit, though, Kim has suspended nuclear and missile tests for the first time reporter saw American Paul Whalen in custody in Moscow courtroom as he was denied bail. Here's correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reporters from around the world crowded into the Moscow court listen to the judge. Off-camera deny him bail spoke to his lawyer and interpreter through a small slot in the prisoner's cage. Wheelin was arrested in Moscow's Metropol hotel for espionage, specifically, having a USB drive containing state secrets and in fact that part is true. His lawyer told us in an interview, but we didn't know what was on the drive. Someone had given it to him. Who would have given him classified information mcglaughlin could present it could be a mistake. He told us or a setup anything is possible. Wheelin had developed fascination with Russia he'd visited several times had friends on the Russian Facebook and was here in December to attend a wedding. There's a lot of speculation that that's when the Kremlin had him arrested for an old fashioned spy swop in return for Maria Putina, a Russian who recently pleaded guilty in Washington to being an unregistered foreign agent. Now, that's something that the Russian government and Williams lawyer deny meanwhile, the lawyer says that if there's a trial, it's at least six months away, and Paul Whalen is likely to spend that time locked up in a Russian jail. Elizabeth Palmer CBS news Moscow as the US pulls out of Syria, declaring ISIS dismantled and defeated BBC Middle East. Correspondent Quentin Sommerville in bed with Syrian Defense forces on the frontlines against what's left of the terror group in the town of Dara's roar in eastern Syria. Utter ruin marks the Islamic state's retreat in the hurry to get out. The medical airstrikes have jumped by a quarter. This has destroyed their stronghold. But no one here thinks they're truly gone. Yeah. We have defeated Islamic state many times by religious extremists ideology remains five thousand off trying to escape with the civilians have CPAs in Syria, Iraq and all over the world. So I s a retreating into the shadows unto the desert west of here. The still fighting to be done under the cover of.

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"sommerville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"sommerville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Some transit advocates are skeptical of Cuomo's announcement and criticize the governor for during their carefully. Crafted contingency plans. We still want to hear it from you. Will you be impacted and how are you feeling about it? Call and tell us about it. Eight five five eight six nine nine six nine to New Jersey. Congressman Josh God Heimer says debate over ambitious progressive policies will not distract his party. Now that they'd taken control of the house. The Bergen county democrat says there's plenty of big issues that Democrats agree on starting with fixing the Affordable Care Act. We have a big tent, and we need to have a big time. That's always going to be some disagreement. But there but everybody on the and in the house for now, we got to fix healthcare. Got Heimer leads a bipartisan group of centrists, he says Democrats also agree on infrastructure spending job training and reducing prescription drug prices. Newly elected Liberal Democrats are pushing house leaders to consider more radical solutions, including single payer healthcare and an overhaul of energy policy for the rest of today. It'll be sunny high near forty nine this afternoon. With rain tonight starting after ten pm with a low of about forty one degrees thirty five and sunny right now in central park, it's nine oh six. Hello and welcome to NewsHour from the BBC World Service coming to you live from London with me John donelson. It's just over two weeks since President Trump announced in a tweet that ISIS was defeated. And that the two thousand US troops left in Syria would be coming home. The move reportedly made strongly against the advice of his generals led the Defense Secretary James Mattis to step down in protest. The president has since road back somewhat saying the troop withdrawal would be carried out slowly this week though. He again, defended the move and blamed the situation in Syria, which you described this just Sandon death on his predecessor, we don't want Syria Obama gave up Syria years ago when he didn't violate the red line. I did when I shot fifty nine missiles. But that was a long time later Syria was lost long ago. And besides that we're talking about Santa and death. We're not talking about vast wealth. We're talking about Santa and just a few hours ago. President Trump's national security advisor John Bolton announced he's heading to the Middle East over the weekend for talks in Israel and Turkey two countries where there's concern about the decision to withdraw US forces from Syria. He said he'd be working with America's allies and partners to prevent the resurgence of ISIS. We'll have more on those talks in a moment. But first to what extent is it? True to say that ISIS is defeated the BBC's Middle East. Correspondent Quentin Sommerville has obtained exclusive footage of the battle to drive Islamic state fighters out of one of the last pockets of territory, they're still clinging onto near the town of her gin in eastern Syria. His report begins with Kurdish and Arab fighters. Driving through the town trying to root out our troops. This is an empire in ruin so-called. Islamic state is hanging by a.

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"sommerville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"sommerville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Service. We're coming to you live from London. I'm James Menendez today. We're going to hear from some of the foreign Islamist militants and serious last rebel stronghold of it live and how they're refusing to lay down their weapons or leave. The battlefield we'll say we'll have a report from Lake Victoria after the ferry disaster in Tanzania, which has killed many more than one hundred people many people are still feared missing. Plus, we'll hear about a letter from an early suffragette, my Dinelli, you may be surprised when I tell you. I was released from strangers yesterday morning. There were over one hundred people waiting. I had a lovely bouquet of flowers sent me from the old and socialists, miss pancake is still there until Friday. We'll that tells us about the campaign for the women's vote, but we all going to start the program where we began on Thursday, and it live province in Syria. The last major rebel stronghold. We're going to have an exclusive interview with to foreign jihadists that the. Sort of fights is that the acid government, and it sound like Russia wants to get rid of even if that means another battle on the scale of say eastern Aleppo for that reason and others many Syrians in it lip due to like running a kiss the Syrian American women. We heard from yesterday. This is how she talked about the rebel fighters. The good kind are people that are just normal civilians who have decided to carry on with their evolution using a weapon. They're not bad. You can communicate with them. They're very moderate their normal human beings. But the extremists I call them mutants, and those we just try to stay away from them. And let's just be clear who we're talking about. We're talking about the Qadir affiliate Tara sham. Yes. Al Qaeda is a piece of Jess. It can be anywhere and everywhere the top cartels want them to go. You know, how their ideology being rejected here on daily basis, even the little children hate them. We don't like them. We don't want them see here, and those that are still here they have only two options either they leave Syria on their own or probably the ordinary Syrians are going to find a way to get rid of them. But we cannot do it alone. But as we'll hear that is extremely difficult. Not least because the four militants in Italy have nowhere to go. And after so long fighting want to lay down their arms for anyone because our Middle East. Correspondent Quentin Sommerville now reports. In italy. People are coming back to the city. The shops are open on the sense of relief that an almighty battle has been averted. The guy is from Brighton turned his back on Britain five years ago, and has no me this place home. Is one of the last British extremists fighting here. In the UK. He's a wanted man in Syria. He came here to wage holy war. But in the meantime, got married and had a daughter I've been speaking to him via Skype for months longer. Welcome in the UK where he'd likely face terror charges. He's increasingly unwanted in Syria to you. And your foreign Islamists Francia that you went to Syria to help. You've only made things worse. And it's time for you to go longer. Welcome here. Would you say to hear from you? Two. Awesome. Also was the deal between Turkey, which is hostile to the regime and Russia, which is proof Jim appeals to have averted an onslaught and Ed lib, but Russia and the regime say there will be no peace in Syria while these men remain and his fellow jihadists say they won't lead on their arms. This. It sounds like the only options left for you. And for other foreign fighters. Death or capture. Is there a third option? Believe what he said. A long time ago..

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"sommerville" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"sommerville" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The rebels have nowhere else to escape to and perhaps more importantly in this, the final battle of Syria's revolution, the cause is already lost. Our correspondent Quentin Sommerville China has for the first time taken over jurisdiction of part of Hong Kong to be precise a section of a new high-speed rail terminal. The area will now be subject to Chinese wrong than Hong Kong. Law. Mary is a journalist based in Hong Kong. She told Tim francs more about this newly acquired Chinese territory. So there is this new sprawling very, futuristic looking railway station in the heart of Hong Kong, and mainland China now has its own jurisdiction over about a quarter of the station, which amount. Do about one point, one million square feet that is now officially Chinese territory in the halls of Hong Kong. What that means is that physically you're still in Hong Kong when you're in the station, but legally within that quarter of that station, you on the wrong in Hong Kong your in China, trying to done this because and also why the Hong Kong government wants. This is to make travel easier. The entire points of this whole eleven billion dollar project is to connect Hong Kong to China's vast high-speed rowing that work, which were then also link it to forty four. That's nations all over China. And so to have Chinese jurisdiction in this train station will mean that passengers can go through clearance procedures for both mainland China and for Hong Kong in Hong Kong station in one go to make trouble more efficient. So they don't have to go through it twice on each end of the trip. The sort of thing that happens with the EuroStar in London and Paris the get the immigration officials and customs and so forth. From the other country as it were sitting in the terminal. So in order to speed passengers travel, is that the sort of logic that people will take on board in Hong Kong or is concern being voiced about this show? Exactly. That is the argument that's being put forward by government officials, both in Hong Kong and China that this is standard international practice, and it's not any kind of sinister plot on anything to undermine Hong Kong's autonomy. I think the main difference between the examples that you just raised, for example, in the UK in France and Belgium monosso between the US and Canada where they have these so-called juxtaposed controls. The main difference here is that the power relationship between Hong Kong and China is entirely different. Whereas for example, the UK in front might be equal partners. Internationally on cone is undoubtedly the weaker party here. And second of all this arrangement wasn't put forward for public consultation. Just kind of been pushed through without too much public discussion. And so that is what people are mostly worried about that once Hong Kong seeds, this little bit of territory this little bit of Tommy, where will it end up going with it just lead the city down the slippery slope in the years to come home grown, journalists, Mary Hoy with Tim Franks..

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"sommerville" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"sommerville" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Speeds of tens of thousands of meters per cycles we have seen many videos i witness video in youtube and people were there and in those vigil conc some bystanders only realized in how fast was this material traveling when it was almost up to them and they didn't almost you can have time to run so nobody was really expecting what happened there monday elena nervous from bbc mundo it's a year since the start of the battle to retake the city of raka which was then the defacto capital of the territory held in syria by the selfstyled islamic state it took five months but i s withdrew after a prolonged lombardo by the western coalition but a report from the campaign group amnesty international says the civilian death toll during that struggle whose much greater than previously realized that coalition attacks killed hundreds of people dan damon found out more from our middle east correspondent quentin sommerville lascaux has gone out on the ground and rock and done the work that the coalition hasn't been doing they've gone around the investigated forty two civilian striped by the coalition spoken to the people there over one hundred people and the patriots painters much grimmer than we realize it's very clear when you're in rocker that the destruction there is not normal it's of a different scale it is enormous much bigger than more soul singer kabbani aren't other places where the west has faced this socalled islamic state but speaking to the people amnesty fund one family which lost thirteen nine family members they've moved house four times to get the way of the front lines they were killed all thirty nine of them and ten of the neighbors and a civilian air strike however the coalition says it took strenuous efforts to stop civilian casualties in earlier i spoke to colonel sean ryan a coalition spokesman.

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"sommerville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"sommerville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Kind of law enforcement consequences or complications for their actions will talk about the new laws giving people greater control over their personal data across the eu matthew will be here with more about tomorrow's clash of the titans in the champions league final in kia stories all the way free on newsday from the bbc hello i'm jerry smith with the bbc news north korea has said it still ready to talk directly to the united states out to president donald trump abruptly pulled out of a planned summit with the north korean leader kim jong un a deputy foreign minister kim gay guan described mr trump's decision as extremely regrettable his rupert wingfield hayes insult it's fascinating statement some of the language in it is really quite surprising there's a line in here we have inwardly highly appreciated president trump for having made the bold decision to hold a summit which any other us president dead not do the announcement of the cancellation was unexpected to us and we cannot but feel great regret for it so really fascinating how they're particularly singling out president trump for praise there that suggests one that north korea is surprised by this wants to keep dialogue open but of course it's also playing to a different gallery to its ally china and other countries in the region really saying we're not the ones who caused this an airbase in syria has come under attack from airstrikes fighters from the pro government has belonged militia read the algebra airbase when the attack took place quentin sommerville has more syrian state tv said the base in homes had come under enemy fire it's likely that israel carried out the attack the iranianbacked fighters who fight alongside president assad's forces had gathered there in preparation for an assault on the socalled islamic state which is still holding out in deir ezzor province bordering iraq a source close to the lebanese paramilitaries has warned of reprisals earlier this month israel said its warplanes had destroyed nearly all of iran's military infrastructure in syria quinton some police in the canadian city of toronto as searching for two suspects they believe set off an explosive device inside an indian restaurant the police issued a photograph showing to people with dogs zipup hood is carrying an object into the bombay bell restaurant in the suburb of mississauga speaking to reporters brian gibson deputy chief peel regional paramedic services said a number of people had been injured so we transported fifteen.

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