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 Some South Carolina Republicans pause at abortion ban brink

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 7 hrs ago

Some South Carolina Republicans pause at abortion ban brink

"Indiana becomes the first state to approve an abortion ban post role Indiana has become the first state to pass new legislation severely restricting access to abortions since the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in June that overturned drove the wade The Indiana legislature approved the near total abortion ban Friday and Republican governor Eric holcomb then signed the bill The legislation does allow some exceptions including in cases of rape incest and to protect the life and physical health of the mother After the Supreme Court ruling that removed constitutional protections for abortion Indiana was one of the first Republican run state legislatures to debate tighter abortion laws I'm Mike Gracia

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N. Korea fires 3 ballistic missiles amid 1st virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

N. Korea fires 3 ballistic missiles amid 1st virus outbreak

"North North North North Korea Korea Korea Korea has has has has fired fired fired fired three three three three short short short short range range range range missiles missiles missiles missiles towards towards towards towards the the the the sea sea sea sea in in in in the the the the latest latest latest latest of of of of a a a a string string string string of of of of weapons weapons weapons weapons demonstrations demonstrations demonstrations demonstrations this this this this year year year year missile missile missile missile launches launches launches launches come come come come just just just just hours hours hours hours off off off off to to to to North North North North Korea Korea Korea Korea confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed its its its its past past past past case case case case of of of of cabin cabin cabin cabin nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen since since since since the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic began began began began Japan's Japan's Japan's Japan's defense defense defense defense minister minister minister minister that that that that no no no no pool pool pool pool cue cue cue cue she she she she said said said said the the the the recent recent recent recent one one one one to to to to threaten threaten threaten threaten the the the the stability stability stability stability of of of of the the the the region region region region and and and and what what what what impermissible impermissible impermissible impermissible but but but but that that that that in in in in the the the the midst midst midst midst of of of of an an an an invasion invasion invasion invasion of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is is unacceptable unacceptable unacceptable unacceptable to to to to most most most most missiles missiles missiles missiles in in in in quick quick quick quick succession succession succession succession it it it it also also also also violates violates violates violates the the the the relevant relevant relevant relevant security security security security council council council council resolutions resolutions resolutions resolutions and and and and I I I I strongly strongly strongly strongly contaminants contaminants contaminants contaminants the the the launch launch launch was was was the the the first first first fight fight fight since since since South South South Korea Korea Korea and and and curated curated curated its its its new new new conservative conservative conservative leader leader leader president president president Younis Younis Younis who who who killed killed killed north north north Korea's Korea's Korea's nine nine nine to to to about about about twenty twenty twenty governments governments governments in in in Seoul Seoul Seoul and and and Washington Washington Washington in in in a a a bid bid bid to to to boost boost boost its its its bargaining bargaining bargaining chips chips chips in in in future future future negotiations negotiations negotiations I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Shamus Shamus Shamus

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North Korea fires ballistic missile amid rising animosities

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

North Korea fires ballistic missile amid rising animosities

"North North North North Korea Korea Korea Korea has has has has launched launched launched launched a a a a ballistic ballistic ballistic ballistic missile missile missile missile towards towards towards towards its its its its eastern eastern eastern eastern waters waters waters waters just just just just days days days days after after after after its its its its leader leader leader leader vowed vowed vowed vowed to to to to beef beef beef beef up up up up the the the the country's country's country's country's nuclear nuclear nuclear nuclear arsenal arsenal arsenal arsenal the the the the launch launch launch launch is is is is the the the the fourteenth fourteenth fourteenth fourteenth firing firing firing firing this this this this year year year year for for for for the the the the north north north north the the the the timing timing timing timing is is is is also also also also significant significant significant significant as as as as it it it it comes comes comes comes just just just just six six six six days days days days before before before before new new new new conservative conservative conservative conservative south south south south Korean Korean Korean Korean president president president president takes takes takes takes office office office office south south south south Korean Korean Korean Korean officials officials officials officials say say say say the the the the missile missile missile missile was was was was fired fired fired fired from from from from the the the the capital capital capital capital region region region region and and and and into into into into the the the the waters waters waters waters off off off off its its its its eastern eastern eastern eastern coast coast coast coast south south south south Korea's Korea's Korea's Korea's joint joint joint joint chiefs chiefs chiefs chiefs called called called called the the the the move move move move in in in in acts acts acts acts of of of of grave grave grave grave threats threats threats threats that that that that undermined undermined undermined undermined international international international international peace peace peace peace they they they they also also also also noted noted noted noted it it it it was was was was a a a a violation violation violation violation of of of of U. U. U. U. N. N. N. N. security security security security council council council council resolutions resolutions resolutions resolutions banning banning banning banning any any any any ballistic ballistic ballistic ballistic launch launch launch launch by by by by the the the the north north north north I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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WHO says global COVID cases, deaths declined again last week

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

WHO says global COVID cases, deaths declined again last week

"The the the the world world world world health health health health organization's organization's organization's organization's reporting reporting reporting reporting a a a a steep steep steep steep drop drop drop drop in in in in the the the the number number number number of of of of new new new new Kopet Kopet Kopet Kopet nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen cases cases cases cases worldwide worldwide worldwide worldwide the the the the World World World World Health Health Health Health Organization Organization Organization Organization says says says says there's there's there's there's been been been been a a a a twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four percent percent percent percent drop drop drop drop in in in in coded coded coded coded cases cases cases cases last last last last week week week week compared compared compared compared to to to to the the the the week week week week before before before before with with with with about about about about five five five five and and and and a a a a half half half half million million million million new new new new cases cases cases cases around around around around the the the the globe globe globe globe the the the the weekly weekly weekly weekly death death death death toll toll toll toll was was was was lower lower lower lower to to to to more more more more than than than than eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen thousand thousand thousand thousand people people people people a a a a drop drop drop drop of of of of twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one percent percent percent percent from from from from the the the the week week week week before before before before officials officials officials officials question question question question though though though though many many many many countries countries countries countries have have have have changed changed changed changed their their their their testing testing testing testing strategies strategies strategies strategies lowering lowering lowering lowering the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers as as as as a a a a result result result result South South South South Korea Korea Korea Korea had had had had the the the the highest highest highest highest number number number number of of of of cases cases cases cases at at at at nine nine nine nine hundred hundred hundred hundred seventy seventy seventy seventy two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand the the the the US US US US has has has has the the the the highest highest highest highest number number number number of of of of deaths deaths deaths deaths at at at at close close close close to to to to thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred last last last last week week week week since since since since the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic began began began began nearly nearly nearly nearly six six six six point point point point two two two two million million million million lives lives lives lives were were were were lost lost lost lost around around around around the the the the world world world world to to to to prove prove prove prove it it it it nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen hi hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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"south  south korea" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

04:09 min | 6 months ago

"south south korea" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"Aim is to produce 300,000 bottles a year by 2025. Overall, the English wine industry had $220 million in sales in 2020. The idea of first rate English wine would have been laughed at 20 years ago. But a similar migration has happened on the West Coast of the United States, where excellent and increasingly popular Pino and Chardonnay grapes are now found 560 miles north of Napa, and willamette valley Oregon. In the 1950s and 60s, there were really almost no grapes grown in Oregon. And that was because the climates were too cold. And so if you fast forward to where we are today, we're just in a different world. Greg Jones, a wine climatologist at southern Oregon university, says grapes are now growing in even more unexpected places. We have wineries today in Norway in Quebec and British Columbia in Tasmania and the south islands of Chile. Tasmanian wine. Yeah, Tasmania is really been burgeoning as really a great wine producing region in Australia. Oh, well, that's interesting. Tasmania is south of Australia. Sure. So as winemaking goes north in the northern hemisphere. Are you saying it's going south? South Korea. In the southern hemisphere. So it's going further poleward in both hemispheres in parts of southern Argentina and Chile and parts of many parts of Northern Europe have started growing grapes. In real time. In real time. So if you really want a very vivid now example of what's happening due to climate change, go look at wine. Yeah, you can. People are experimenting at northerly latitudes that I'm amazed that in my career, I didn't think I would see it. In the United Kingdom as a measure of its acceptance, English sparkling wine has had the royal imprimatur, the queen serving it at Buckingham Palace. And it was poured at the recent climate change summit in Scotland. Master of wine, Steven skelton is bullish on the future. If global warming is intensifying. How worried are you and the other English ventures? That it's going to move north beyond your ability to grow. No, I'm not worried at all. No, I mean the next 40 years are going to be fascinating. I think, because you know, we're just on the cusp of it being really commercial. Our yield levels are not quite where we want them yet. You know, we would like a little bit more heat. You might get it. Yeah. But eventually who knows, we have to start growing oranges and bananas. I mean, it's a serious question. Yeah. Personally, I think we will cope with what's been thrown at us. Some of the winemakers we met are benefiting. Some are suffering, but all are seeing firsthand the message that climate change is delivering. Wine grapes have often been called the canary in the coal mine. Climatologist Greg Jones says that's been true since the first wine was made in 6000 BC in Eastern Europe and then spread to ancient Egypt, Greece and Persia. King celebrated their victories with wine, and the Christian world put it at the heart of the eucharist. Wine history Joan says, is human history. Wine touches society in some pretty powerful ways. It's related to civilizations. It's related to history. It's related to geography. It's related to romanticism, art, gastronomy, biology chemistry. So there's so many things that are tied to it that it becomes something that we can tell the story of climate change through line pretty easily. This is CBS News business analyst Jill schlesinger. Well, if you are like me, sometimes you're scratching your head, you don't know what to make for dinner. Well, I've got great news. The best tasting meal kit comes from Martha.

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Experts to visit Fukushima plant to check water release plan

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Experts to visit Fukushima plant to check water release plan

"Experts experts experts experts from from from from the the the the international international international international atomic atomic atomic atomic energy energy energy energy agency agency agency agency will will will will visit visit visit visit Japan's Japan's Japan's Japan's wrecked wrecked wrecked wrecked Fukushima Fukushima Fukushima Fukushima nuclear nuclear nuclear nuclear power power power power plant plant plant plant next next next next week week week week to to to to review review review review plans plans plans plans to to to to begin begin begin begin releasing releasing releasing releasing more more more more than than than than a a a a million million million million tons tons tons tons of of of of treated treated treated treated radioactive radioactive radioactive radioactive water water water water into into into into the the the the sea sea sea sea the the the government government government hopes hopes hopes the the the mission mission mission will will will assure assure assure people people people of of of the the the safety safety safety of of of the the the release release release is is is expected expected expected to to to take take take decades decades decades to to to finish finish finish the the the war war war has has has been been been stored stored stored in in in about about about one one one thousand thousand thousand tanks tanks tanks at at at the the the plant plant plant these these these need need need to to to be be be removed removed removed to to to allow allow allow for for for the the the plant's plant's plant's decommissioning decommissioning decommissioning a a a massive massive massive earthquake earthquake earthquake and and and tsunami tsunami tsunami in in in twenty twenty twenty eleven eleven eleven destroyed destroyed destroyed the the the cooling cooling cooling systems systems systems triggering triggering triggering the the the meltdown meltdown meltdown of of of three three three reactors reactors reactors and and and the the the release release release of of of large large large amounts amounts amounts of of of radiation radiation radiation water water water used used used to to to cool cool cool the the the reactor reactor reactor cools cools cools who who who since since since leaked leaked leaked extensively extensively extensively the the the plan plan plan however however however has has has been been been fiercely fiercely fiercely opposed opposed opposed by by by fishermen fishermen fishermen local local local residents residents residents and and and Japan's Japan's Japan's neighbors neighbors neighbors including including including China China China and and and South South South Korea Korea Korea I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles last last last month month month

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"south  south korea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:23 min | 6 months ago

"south south korea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Miller. He's fighting and fighting and riding on his horse these days. And the man himself has joined me around the desk here in studio one Andrew because we've got exciting news for the very large number of foreign desk fans out there, something special their way comes on tomorrow's edition. It does. In response to the events or indeed lack of events, fingers crossed, as we go to air in Ukraine, we are doing the foreign disk absolutely live at midday GMT tomorrow. We have a stellar cast of guests impressive. I like to think even by our standards, we will be speaking to monocles team who are in Ukraine, Chris turmeric and or page Reynolds, but we also have joining us at Ukraine's ambassador to the United Kingdom who I'm sure as you can imagine is having quite the time of it. And general sir Richard sheriff, the former deputy supreme commander NATO allied forces Europe, who will talk us through basically what the prospects are for an actual Russian invasion should Russia decide to stage such a thing. And if anybody knows how that would work, he would. He did indeed write a semi fictionalized account of such an event a few years ago. And Andrew, I've said to you before you're not having supreme at it to your job description. I know you keep asking me. People should subscribe, obviously to the foreign desk so they never miss an episode, but remind them once again, the connoisseur tunes in live. Midday tomorrow, midday GMT Saturday. There you go, that's Andrew Mueller. Join him and the rest of the crew for that one. You're with the briefing. This is the briefing finally on the program. It's time for us to join Monaco's culture editor. Who's been browsing through the latest news on her cultural patch, and has brought us handpicked a few highlights hello Kiara. Why are you laughing? Yeah, just like from a field of strawberries. I bring you art fair news. Well, that's how tasty these cultural nuggets are going to be. Like a sun ripened English strawberry in the correct season. Coming up just about. Well, I do actually think. It's been a very juicy week. The stuff doesn't have more accident. Let's pile straight into art fairs. We've talked about them quite often. They're kind of back. And I think there's a feeling maybe that they're going to be coming back with a vengeance, or is it still a bit of a mixed picture? Well, I think this has been a very interesting week for MCH group, which is the group, I guess that organizers and managers art Basel, I guess the biggest of them all art fairs. It's been very interesting because at the beginning of the week, there were two very important and powerful announcements from the group one that they would be investing and taking 15% of RSG, so the Singaporean art fair, from which they'd actually withdrawn in the past. They had tried to take a stay connect and then they decided not to. And this time they're going in for real. The inaugural edition will actually happen in 2023 in Marina bay sands. It's not actually happened yet. It's interesting because at the time they were backing off from expansion into regional art fairs, we've obviously seen that in the past couple of years, regional art fairs have come to the fore. They have become very important. They're looking for a new foothold, not really saying new, but another foothold in Asia. They obviously have Hong Kong. There is speculation as to whether this expansion into Singapore means that they're kind of trying to find another foothold from Hong Kong, but they seem very committed to that location, even though obviously the latest news as of today is that addition in Hong Kong is actually going to be pushed into May, which is disappointing because obviously we're all looking forward to coming together and being able to do these things, but in effect, the regulations into going into Hong Kong are still very, very strict. And the ambition I guess for these events is to be in person and to represent this moment of coming together and if that can't happen, then there is a bit of a necessity to keep pushing them forward and forward. A very interesting and Southeast Asia critical geography across so much the cultural realm, which speaks to the next story you've picked out, which is that South Korea, gunning for Hollywood, but Hollywood's going for that again at Southeast Asia market. Yeah, I think this is very interesting. And I guess I'm coming to it because there will be quite a again another tasty morsel for Marco readers in our forthcoming issue about a very significant expansion of South Korean entertainment conglomerate into Hollywood, those who follow these kind of news will know that CG CJ E and M has bought into endeavor. But this is a relatively minor in comparison that huge deal announcement that won a medium has made three very senior hires in Southeast Asia or South Asia. And it just goes to signify that they're really ramping up the production pipeline across Asia. They're looking to launch HBO Max soon. And I think it's quite interesting in terms of who stakes a claim to all of these markets, right? There is a sense that south South Korea for sure has become such a huge player in market that they're now buying into the Hollywood and Hollywood used.

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S. Korea tests new virus steps as infections reach new high

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

S. Korea tests new virus steps as infections reach new high

"South South South South Korea Korea Korea Korea has has has has begun begun begun begun enforcing enforcing enforcing enforcing new new new new covert covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen response response response response measures measures measures measures including including including including reducing reducing reducing reducing the the the the quarantine quarantine quarantine quarantine periods periods periods periods and and and and expanding expanding expanding expanding rapid rapid rapid rapid testing testing testing testing as as as as its its its its new new new new cases cases cases cases jumped jumped jumped jumped nearly nearly nearly nearly fifty fifty fifty fifty percent percent percent percent in in in in a a a a day day day day the the the the thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen thousand thousand thousand thousand confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed new new new new cases cases cases cases of of of of four four four four thousand thousand thousand thousand four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred more more more more than than than than the the the the previous previous previous previous single single single single day day day day high high high high of of of of eight eight eight eight and and and and a a a a half half half half thousand thousand thousand thousand the the the the data data data data on on on on the the the the schools schools schools schools the the the the speed speed speed speed of of of of transmissions transmissions transmissions transmissions driven driven driven driven by by by by the the the the highly highly highly highly contagious contagious contagious contagious only only only only qualm qualm qualm qualm variant variant variant variant the the the the quarantine quarantine quarantine quarantine peers peers peers peers for for for for those those those those who who who who test test test test positive positive positive positive off off off off to to to to being being being being fully fully fully fully vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated is is is is not not not not reduced reduced reduced reduced from from from from ten ten ten ten to to to to seven seven seven seven days days days days fully fully fully fully vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated people people people people who who who who come come come come in in in in close close close close contact contact contact contact with with with with those those those those infected infected infected infected will will will will now now now now no no no no longer longer longer longer be be be be quarantined quarantined quarantined quarantined they they they they will will will will they'll they'll they'll they'll have have have have to to to to report report report report the the the the daily daily daily daily condition condition condition condition to to to to health health health health officials officials officials officials before before before before being being being being tested tested tested tested within within within within six six six six or or or or seven seven seven seven days days days days I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles the the the the last last last last month month month month

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 N. Korea fires short-range missiles in 4th launch this month

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

N. Korea fires short-range missiles in 4th launch this month

"North north Korea's Korea's five five to to two two short short range range missiles missiles into into the the sea sea in in its its fourth fourth weapons weapons launch launch this this month month south south Korea's Korea's ministry ministry says says the the suspected suspected ballistic ballistic missiles missiles flew flew around around two two hundred hundred thirty thirty six six miles miles on on a a maximum maximum altitude altitude of of twenty twenty six six miles miles before before landing landing off off the the country's country's north north eastern eastern coast coast the the U. U. S. S. into into a a Pacific Pacific command command adds adds the the missile missile launches launches have have highlighted highlighted with with destabilizing destabilizing impact impact of of the the north's north's illicit illicit weapons weapons program program some some experts experts say say north north Korean Korean leader leader Kim Kim Jong Jong moon moon is is returning returning to to a a try try to to undertreated undertreated took took of of pressuring pressuring his his neighbors neighbors and and the the U. U. S. S. with with missile missile launches launches and and outrageous outrageous threats threats before before offering offering negotiations negotiations meant meant to to extract extract concessions concessions on on Charles Charles the the last last month month

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N. Korea fires fresh missiles in response to US sanctions

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

N. Korea fires fresh missiles in response to US sanctions

"Officials officials in in South South Korea Korea say say North North Korea Korea has has fired fired the the two two short short range range ballistic ballistic missiles missiles in in its its food food weapons weapons launched launched this this month month south south Korea's Korea's joint joint chiefs chiefs of of staff staff say say the the missiles missiles came came from from an an inland inland area area in in the the western western province province while while Japan Japan also also detected detected the the launch launch with with this this Coast Coast Guard Guard urging urging vessels vessels to to pay pay attention attention to to falling falling objects objects earlier earlier the the north north had had issued issued a a statement statement for for reaching reaching the the Biden Biden administration administration for for imposing imposing fresh fresh sanctions sanctions over over its its missile missile tests tests warning warning of of stronger stronger and and more more explicit explicit action action if if Washington Washington maintains maintains what what it it calls calls its its confrontational confrontational stance stance I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month

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 North Korea claims successful test of hypersonic missile

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

North Korea claims successful test of hypersonic missile

"North North Korea Korea claims claims a a successful successful testing testing of of a a hypersonic hypersonic missile missile the the north north state state media media says says leader leader Kim Kim Jong Jong moon moon oversaw oversaw a a successful successful flight flight test test of of a a hypersonic hypersonic missile missile he he claimed claimed would would remarkably remarkably increase increase the the country's country's war war deterrent deterrent the the report report comes comes a a day day off off to to the the ministries ministries of of South South Korea Korea and and Japan Japan said said they they detected detected South South Korea Korea firing firing a a suspected suspected to to ballistic ballistic missiles missiles into into its its eastern eastern sea sea the the launch launch was was north north Korea's Korea's second second test test of of a a purported purported hypersonic hypersonic missile missile in in a a week week as as Kim Kim continues continues to to find find push push to to expand expand his his nuclear nuclear weapons weapons capabilities capabilities I'm I'm Charles Charles collect collect as as much much North North Korea Korea claims claims a a successful successful testing testing of of a a hypersonic hypersonic missile missile the the north north state state media media says says leader leader Kim Kim Jong Jong moon moon oversaw oversaw a a successful successful flight flight test test of of a a hypersonic hypersonic missile missile he he claimed claimed would would remarkably remarkably increase increase the the country's country's war war deterrent deterrent the the report report comes comes a a day day off off to to the the ministries ministries of of South South Korea Korea and and Japan Japan said said they they detected detected South South Korea Korea firing firing a a suspected suspected to to ballistic ballistic missiles missiles into into its its eastern eastern sea sea the the launch launch was was north north Korea's Korea's second second test test of of a a purported purported hypersonic hypersonic missile missile in in a a week week as as Kim Kim continues continues to to find find push push to to

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US and allies urge North Korea to abandon nukes and missiles

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

US and allies urge North Korea to abandon nukes and missiles

"The the United United States States and and allies allies a a routing routing North North Korea Korea to to abandon abandon nuclear nuclear weapons weapons and and missiles missiles the the U. U. S. S. and and five five allies allies cooling cooling on on the the U. U. N. N. security security council council to to postpone postpone young's young's ongoing ongoing destabilizing destabilizing and and unlawful unlawful actions actions including including missile missile launches launches the the six six countries countries issued issued a a statement statement ahead ahead of of the the council's council's closed closed consultations consultations on on the the north north January January five five launch launch of of what what pony pony and and characterized characterized as as a a hypersonic hypersonic missile missile and and South South Korea Korea said said was was all all normal normal ballistic ballistic missile missile the the could could be be intercepted intercepted the the meeting meeting concluded concluded before before South South Korea Korea reported reported on on Monday Monday night night the the North North Korea Korea had had fired fired an an unidentified unidentified projectile projectile into into the the sea sea I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month

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North Korea fires suspected ballistic missile into sea

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

North Korea fires suspected ballistic missile into sea

"South south Korea's Korea's ministry ministry says says North North Korea Korea has has fired fired an an unidentified unidentified projectile projectile into into the the sea sea the the suspected suspected it it but but they they stick stick missile missile is is the the first first such such in in about about two two months months and and a a signal signal the the point point young young isn't isn't interested interested in in rejoining rejoining denuclearization denuclearization talks talks anytime anytime soon soon south south Korea's Korea's joint joint chiefs chiefs of of staff staff say say intelligence intelligence authorities authorities are are trying trying to to analyze analyze more more information information about about the the launch launch Japan Japan also also detected detected the the launch launch saying saying the the country country likely likely fired fired a a missile missile the the move move comes comes off off the the north north Korean Korean leader leader Kim Kim Jong Jong moon moon vowed vowed to to further further bolster bolster his his military military capability capability I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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CDC posts rationale for shorter isolation, quarantine

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 7 months ago

CDC posts rationale for shorter isolation, quarantine

"US US health health officials officials are are explaining explaining why why they they shorten shorten the the amount amount of of time time that that Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen patients patients should should remain remain in in isolation isolation the the U. U. S. S. centers centers for for disease disease control control came came under under fire fire from from some some medical medical experts experts questioning questioning why why in in the the height height of of the the spite spite of of delta delta and and Omicron Omicron cases cases with with the the federal federal health health agency agency reduce reduce the the guidance guidance for for isolation isolation from from ten ten days days down down to to five five and and why why wouldn't wouldn't they they call call for for another another cove cove it it test test the the CDC CDC has has answered answered releasing releasing data data from from more more than than one one hundred hundred studies studies around around the the world world indicating indicating transmission transmission occurs occurs early early two two days days before before and and three three days days after after symptoms symptoms appear appear and and early early data data from from the the U. U. S. S. and and South South Korea Korea suggest suggest that that time time is is even even shorter shorter for for Omicron Omicron as as for for white white people people aren't aren't being being told told to to wait wait for for a a negative negative test test the the CDC CDC says says lab lab tests tests can can be be positive positive after after persons persons no no longer longer contagious contagious and and at at home home kids kids might might be be negative negative but but there's there's still still a a threat threat of of transmission transmission that's that's why why it's it's recommending recommending masks masks be be worn worn another another five five days days after after the the five five days days of of isolation isolation I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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S. Korea marks deadliest day of pandemic as hospitals buckle

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

S. Korea marks deadliest day of pandemic as hospitals buckle

"South south Korea's Korea's marking marking a a grim grim moment moment in in its its pandemic pandemic history history as as hospitals hospitals buckle buckle South South Korea Korea is is experiencing experiencing its its deadliest deadliest day day of of the the pandemic pandemic as as unrelenting unrelenting delta delta driven driven spread spread stretches stretches hospitals hospitals then then health health experts experts warning warning the the country's country's medical medical system system is is quickly quickly approaching approaching its its limits limits and and that that paid paid talent talent is is because because Wilson Wilson if if the the government government continues continues to to be be slow slow in in tightening tightening social social distancing distancing rules rules officials officials have have been been squeezing squeezing facilities facilities to to set set aside aside more more beds beds to to cope cope with with nineteen nineteen patients patients and and scrambling scrambling to to speed speed up up the the administration administration of of booster booster shots shots the the Korea Korea disease disease control control and and prevention prevention agency agency says says ninety ninety four four virus virus patients patients died died in in the the past past twenty twenty four four hour hour period period what what a a vehicle vehicle nine nine hundred hundred six six were were in in serious serious or or critical critical condition condition I'm I'm Charles Charles the the last last month month

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"south  south korea" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"south south korea" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"With above average temperatures. Partly cloudy, mid upper eighties. 61 at O'Hare 64 Midway 65 at the lake. I'm Cambone at the Weather Channel WLS am 8 90 with another update in 30 minutes, Lori Lightfoot expected to announce the new CEO of Chicago public schools this morning. She will name San Antonio School Superintendent Pedro Martinez, head of CPS. Martinez replaced Janice Jackson, who announced in May that she was stepping down Lightfoot's making the announcement at Benito Juarez High School in Pilsen, where Martinez is said to have graduated from The news out of the Koreas this morning. The powerful sister of North Korea's leader has criticized South Korean President Moon Jae in and threatened to complete destruction of relations. Hours after Moon and South south South Korea's growing missile capabilities will serve As a secure very is a sure deterrence against North Korean provocations. Moon made the comments after South Korea's first successful test of a sub launched ballistic missile. The test, coming hours after the South Korean and Japanese military said North Korea had fired two ballistic missiles into the sea and Alderman apologizing to the city Council for his use of foul language in text messages. Alderman Jim Gardner yesterday before this body to offer my sincerest apologies for the pain. An insult that anyone has endured as a result. I take full responsibility for my offensive words in those messages. The FBI allegedly investigating gardeners conduct a new contract for Chicago Police approved yesterday eight year deal. Raising the base salary by 20% by 2025 some retroactive pay dating back to when the last contract ran out in 2017 wls news time. 904 Take a look at what's happening out there on the roads. It's busy Kennedy in our eight Oh, here into downtown Eisenhower, Thorndale to the post office in our 11th. Stevenson. I grew 55 to the drive at 59 minutes. The Dan Ryan right now 95th in the downtown is going to cost you about 28 minutes. Solid traffic with an accident or a broken down car. More likely. Center lane Black Tri State South Bend at North Avenue. Next update 15 minutes. Breathe. You can't control what Tomorrow will bring. But you can control how you start today and feel the power of saying reentry or not. Here I come arm and hammer more power to you. Uh, I'm.

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"south  south korea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"south south korea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Kong and here in Singapore on Juliette's Ali and I'm Brian Curtis. Very modest rally is underway across the Asia Pacific details coming up with Doug Prisoner For now, the top stories well Fed officials are playing down inflation risks is the U. S economy reopens. Among them is Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic. He said it wouldn't be surprising to see supply shortages push prices up in coming months. Bostick says any price gains are seen is temporary. Many families. Savings rates have gone up quite a bit, which has translated into higher levels of demand. And as I mentioned earlier supply is responding slower than demand, which is also gonna be Upward in terms of pressure on prices. So there are reasons why the prices we should be seeing higher price levels today and then the question is. How enduring is this gonna be right now? I don't I'm not saying that it's going to be enduring. At the same time since Louis Fed President Jim Bullock says the tea things will get inflation above 2% this year and into 2022 bars, he said. It will only be temporary. So what do you think? Crypto currencies over bonds? Well, that was a comment that we got from Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, Dalio said Bitcoin's biggest risk is its success. The more we create savings in it. The more you might say, I'd rather have Bitcoin than the bond. Personally, I'd rather bit Kaufman to Bonn and then Maura, that happens then it goes into Bitcoin, and it doesn't go into credit and then they lose control of it. So yeah, that's a risk. Well, despite Dalio's view, a large percentage of the money that his firm manages is currently in U. S Treasuries and other government bonds. And we know that these comments from Ray Dalio were actually recorded back on May 6th. They were presented today at Coin desks, Consensus 2021 conference. China's repo market, She's showing just how risky Huarong Asset Management's bonds are perceived to be. We looked at data from China Securities Depository in Clearing Corporation Now borrow is putting up acquiring securities 2023 born for collateral. Now just get 40% of the notes face value in cash. This is down 91% from the start of April. Declined illustrates the loss of confidence in a company that is crucial to China's banking system. And given the size of my wrongs, outstanding yuan bonds $18.5 billion worth. The company's dish is likely to have been widely pledged as collateral for repurchase agreements. Why Ron has been repaying its maturing bonds on time, and said it's seen no change in government support. All right. The time is 33 minutes past the hour. Let's get over to Doug Chris here in New York. So I always think of a question to ask you, but usually I kind of softball and say what was going on? What the heck is going on? I think it's a recovery and technology. And that certainly was the case here in the U. S. And we're seeing it percolate through various markets in Asia right now in Tokyo, the Nikkei higher by about 4/10 of 1% Tech, helping to lead this advanced similar story in South Korea, where the Cosby is up about 3/10 of 1%. So long as we're talking about South South Korea for a moment. Consumer confidence now at the highest level we've seen in about three years. The Bank of Korea, saying it's a consumer sentiment index rose for 1/5 straight month to a reading of one. Oh, 5.2, and I'm looking at a lot of strength right now in the Korean won against the dollar. Stronger by about 3/10 of 1% is trying to get an indication of futures for the market in Singapore because we had this reading on GDP with there was a little bit above estimates. First quarter number expansion at a rate of 1.3%. That's year over year. The estimate was looking for a gain of just 9/10 of 1%. At the same time, Singapore has left unchanged. Its GDP growth forecast for 2021 arrange here of between 4 to 6%. Now. Singapore, also saying the economy is going to see the impact from virus restrictions. Remember we've got a new lockdown in a lion city that began a week ago, the equity market will begin trading in Singapore and in Taiwan at the top of the hour. I'm looking at the futures contract right now Looks like we could see modest positivity for the market in Singapore. When equity trading begins terms of the Bitcoin story. We're seeing a little bit of continued recovery. We were stronger. In New York trading We gained about 15% right now, 39,490. There's been a lot of volatility here. Some of this has been tied to the China story on perhaps an outright ban on Kryptos in the most recent session, where there was talk about the formation of an industry group to standardize energy usage reporting for crypto mining, and this, as we know has been a source of great angst. For the crypto crowd. So maybe with that type of conversation under way, it takes some of the pressure off, particularly when you're looking at the kind of the E S. Chee component in the crypto space in terms of other treasure market right now, 10 year in the Tokyo session with the yield of 1.60% Juliet Lucky dog. Yes, I do. Remember Singapore is in the lockdown. It is 35 minutes past the hour.

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"south  south korea" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"south south korea" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Is that fair? I watch one. You know, I'm talking to my producer. You know, I watch one figure on the Corona virus deaths. Website of of World World Dominators. Sweden. So while Europe is having a second wave as they call it worse, they say, in some ways in some countries in the first The number of people who died in Sweden yesterday was seven. The number of people who have died of the average for the last few months in Sweden, too. Because Sweden more than any of the country might have heard immunity. I cannot explain. I'm challenged and it's always challenge myself. Well, What about South Korea? I can't. I don't know the answer to that. Maybe South South Korea the idea that South Korea Lock down earlier. Is possible. But that means that nobody got it afterwards to spread it to many people, and I don't know how that happened. Do you know? Right? So when if we don't know him? Yeah. Yeah. Japan, Asia. That's right. Who knows? Who knows? Wise, not just South Korea have is entirely accurate. But talking about Western civilization. Another thing that you need to know talking about the West is you have to compare the United States not to individual countries, Only two countries have more people than the U. S. India and China. That is Indonesian. I don't think that the mission has more than us. So only two countries in the world. So, saying all the United States has more cases, more deaths than exploits is irrelevant. What you have to do is compare the US to Europe. What is the population of Europe? You wanna look that up is about the same as the US. That's what I always That's what I always assumed. Okay, roughly the same. So your look a European No, no, no, that's not accurate. That's only Western Europe. People often don't include Eastern Europe. I'm including Eastern Europe. Incidentally, I'm supposed to give a speech in Hungary in a few weeks. Ah, I'm laughing because I have no idea what's going to happen. I can imagine a sort of nightmarish scenario of giving to Budapest and then being put on the first plane back to the hated states, then coming packed in five states of having to be corn..

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"south  south korea" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

10:37 min | 2 years ago

"south south korea" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"It says meanwhile China's threatened Australia with severe economic consequences if they continue to investigate the origin the pandemic now we have to realize guys the same concept and I'll leave it here. The same concept in regards to the investigation. Australia is just a vassal state of the. Us government that everybody knows that right they they are completely subservient to US GOVERNMENT INTERESTS. So the scene point applies. Why would they allow them to come in to manipulate the situation? I mean just think about that for a moment now if we have like. Let's say a U. N. investigation that China refuses. I would think that was a little bit suspicious and I will talk about that but until we get to the point to where you have something. That's more reputable. This seems like nothing to me. This seems like an over seems like a reaching effort to blame somebody because that's a political motivation. That's my take on it. I think it should be very clear that I've continued to say that. I think that this is definitely a possibility but here again is the point to come through all of this that we still have standing up today and saying well. They did this and hiding the origin. Based on his opinion no based on the evidence even though the evidence that we just went over says the exact opposite when they're saying that they are posing a threat to the world by hiding this thing that we're all aware of like right now right still. That's what they're saying. And this is absolutely unreal. This is the Chinese. Communist Party has no responsibility to tell the world how fantastic guy out of China and all across the world. Now remember what Dr Rutaro and plenty of other people suggested thing about. How stupid is to suggest that this thing somehow left China and then jumped over all these other places and went over to Europe to into Iran. Win over the United States. In fact at the evidence is showing you know was prevalence of these places in November. 'cause that totally makes sense right so we need to know how it got out. How do we find out if it even started their first before we start doing that? Do we not realise that. Do not realize the evidence that's coming out of multiple locations right now most of them. Us allies at this point. Taiwan south South South Korea Italy. These people have all said. The evidence shows very clearly that they had evidence that this was happening before December. Which then clearly means that the timeline. They're forcing in which then means that they were hiding it right or I'll take that back. They've still could be. I think they're all hiding it to some degree anyway. But the point is the narrative of the timeline is completely wrong so when he stands up and says that we need to know how it got from China to us. He's trying to cement in your mind. That's the that's what you're just like as always when you're asking the wrong question. They don't care what the answers are so right. Now you're discussing. How win and how it got out of China? Not if it did win in debt. But we're just on the point that it came from China that's the established fact. Now we need to find out how win and whether or not they did something else. That's a classic propaganda tactic now says White House Adviser Jared Kushner. Trump's son-in-law also said Wednesday that trump has ordered an investigation and the orange the virus now the invest. He's asking for people to look at lab. If you actually want to investigate the origins the virus you would do a hell of a lot more than try to look at the one place that you want to tell people. It's from there already saying it's from there. So why would you give them access to something? They're trying to cultivate and it says and hold those responsible accountable for its spread already suggesting that they're responsible now says might that include Dr Anthony Fauci. Who has the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases? Which by the way this guys totally suspect? I just think that this over this ridiculous focus clearly is meant to make him the scapegoat. So trump is in no way responsible for anything that happens. Here is just ridiculous. They're all responsible and they're all suspects but this is the this is zero hedge putting in their two cents. Might that include Valgy. Who had the National Student Allergy Infectious Diseases? Which committed gin. Here's the point which that other guy got wildly wrong. Three point seven million over six years to the Wuhan Scientists Studying Bat Corona viruses right. Why is that the point because it points to so many that they can make the straw man he is the guy he's the one right. We're going to ignore for the moment that we just mentioned Galveston working with John Lab that we talked about North Carolina University Selling Corona virus material to the Wuhan Lap that the Pentagon works there. Dietrich works with them that we have way more than three point. Seven over six years which really is nothing in comparison. What we deal with. Today we have a lot more than that flying a lot of different directions in both ways. I mean if you ever look at James Corbett research about the weird connections behind the scenes between the US and China. I mean there are all kinds of crossovers in their military committee their military equipment and everything. There's far more overlapping than we know about so to make this out to be something. Nefarious is just dishonest. Like everything else were pointing out but again I should stress that I think voucher is absolutely part of this problem. All of these people that are tied up with the profit motive. And what's going on? But this just never ends the disinformation. The propaganda never ends in here now. Pompeii on the same. This is the same discussion. He's calling for them to provide access to wrap right. We're hearing we need to give us access to this lap. He knew he saying this again. Today reiterating you have to give us access again that they would never in a million years allow China access to anything that they have wipe will because they're going to lie about it. Well that's exactly the point okay. Well here's an alternative for you. This is everyone's pointing this now saying well. Why wouldn't they write walk because they they're hiding something right of course because they won't let them have access while they're within a Max as well. Here's the same point in reverse. We've continued to point out that we have a lot of very clear evidence in regard to the Wuhan Military Games tied back to Fort Dietrich Tie back to the vaping illness and the different nursing homes at all weirdly had the exact same symptoms of what's dealing with now the Grauso passing lungs. Everything was the same thing that we never explained. Neither one was explained. Wouldn't you think that would be something to go? Hey wait a minute. Maybe that was cove thanking now. Don't care but here's the here's China saying the urging the US to release their health INFO on military athletes. Who came to we want? Do you think they're going to do that? Of course they want the. How is that any different because the narrative as far as the middle of the US in the mainstream is forcing is that they're the one on the hook they have to do it? We're staying because we've already blamed them even though we don't know for sure even own data says that we don't know and there's no smoking gun and there's no evidence actually proves that it came from that lab but sure we already said it so let's just run with it so China bad guy so you have to let us in so we can do whatever we want but as there have every right to do the same thing. Here's China saying well. We think you might have brought this to us. So we want evidence or rather just in insight into the health information about those people so if they're going to be allowed access to the lab how it would just make the deal that went if that sure have access to lab as long as you release the info about the military athletes who came to the Wuhan Military Games. You see that guys. You see how it's always one sided in this two party nonsense. It's just so frustrating because this is exactly the same thing now. Here's another interesting point for you guys in the Misrepresentation. Someone just sent this to me today. Mortality Death rate per one hundred thousand population. Now this by the way I have right here and this these are based on one million. And they're they're those same so trump and brick. Dr Burks used to imply China light. Now this this is just them but this is what we're seeing that large idea that look at how low it is. That can't be true right when you're just looking at the the one side here right. So you're saying look at that. Forty eight point nine forty three point all the. Oh my God. It's so high in China point three. There's no way and I trust me. I think that's I would almost guarantee that China is misrepresenting their numbers but based on the logic that just because it's low they must be lying as the person points out but they somehow didn't show these numbers right. What about South Korea? Who was apparently a hot spot? That's point five. Japan Point Five Australia point. Three Singapore point to Taiwan below point one Hong Kong Hong Kong below point. One now. Any of these could be lied about. I would argue all these governments or some degree probably misrepresent the numbers for political reasons but based on their logic and the numbers that they're showing when you only show this side of it that seems to make it be okay. Well that's weird but when you actually look at the numbers and you find out that as we can look at Hong Kong which was here you can see based on you know deaths per one million three point five. I mean it's just it's low and by the way these these numbers have changed since this was up. This is this I believe is from like a week ago or so many days ago. And you know these numbers radically change but the bottom line is looking at Lois right. So the idea is that if you're gonNA pretend that China's number in this case it's three per one million as what they're claiming which I think is probably wrong if you're gonNA claim that in and of itself suggests they're lying then. Why isn't South Korea line? Why isn't Japan lying South Korea specifically because that was supposed to be a huge hotspot? You're not supposed to think too hard to this. You're not supposed to apply logic. You're just supposed to blindly go. Yeah China bad guy. That's what they want and again since we're looking at this we need to continue to realize that you either take this at face value or you don't trust any of it you don't pick and choose which you think or telling the truth and what you're lying because of your political agenda right. We'll I'm Republican so the. Us numbers are correct and China's line right. That's how it goes and it's not just the left and right all of the murder seed all of them suffering from trump derangement syndrome but the bottom line is that based on the numbers however you WanNa take it. It's very clear that it's overwhelmingly happening in this country which needs to be something that you consider which needs to be something that you ask yourself. Could that be indicative of something like? I don't know exactly what happened in the Spanish flu right. The Spanish flu that was actually actually began in Kansas. Which is which is a historical fact by the way it began in Kansas the US government covered up.

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"south  south korea" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"south south korea" Discussed on No Agenda

"I ended up because of that interview with a with a clock from the studio it happens. It's still clock so they had these. Ibm clocks are. I want collectible need more stuff to collect but it's IBM IBM used to make a butcher scales. And they made these clocks radio stations and there are all these. Click Click beautiful synchronized clock. Didn't they have a central a central clock unit somewhere that synchronized so all the clocks click click click and so they hit you? And it's a big click. It's not like it's not a moving hand is like Clinton so when it hits boom it hits and you're at noon your cut to commercial or whatever you those days you had to cut to the call sign so I had I saw this is great. He says I do they still. I mean he says well. We're getting rid of them. We'RE GONNA go to all digital we're going to have the digital clock can have them and did you get the the the boxes. Well the the box not available but I did get a clock and I got. Somebody sent me a fixed for the clock. I could make it work as a regular clock. Click CLICK. Click away but it wouldn't be synchronized anything up to current of the logo of the House. But I yeah I got the clock just by asking. Oh always tell the kids to do that. Yeah you should do that. Especially in North Korea. If you're gonNA take the clock or the posters it's better to ask let me see what else did I have on the so? We're prisoners in our home. Basically Michael Avenue atty temporarily freed from jail. Due to corona virus. Fierce gets to stay at a house of buddies of his with A. GPS Bracelet. He gets he gets out. It's kind of sad isn't it? I'd say stupid guys well oriented I do have a couple of I will like to get at least get these Around the World Report we started. I was Sweden and we never went to any other ones. That was great. Let's let's continue Sweden. What's going on in other countries? John Chambers of all does one piece of news in this report that has not been touched by the mainstream media. I don't think anyone knows what to do with this piece of news and this is the report. I got this from Reuters. And it's the South Korea report okay. South Korean officials reported on Friday. This at least did you want to say something. I say was under news South Korean officials reported on Friday. That's at least ninety. One patients thought cleared of the new corona virus had tested positive again careers center for Disease Control and Prevention said that the virus may have been reactivated rather than the patients being reinfected authorities. Say it remains unclear what is behind the trend and that investigations are still underway. Some experts have suggested that those test results could also be at fault but may not be infectious or danger to the host or others but the prospects of people being infected with the virus is of international concern. Many countries are hoping and relying on infected populations developing sufficient immunity. To prevent a resurgence of the virus. South South Korea on Friday reported its lowest number of new infections daily cases peaks more than nine hundred in late. February and the death toll rose to at least two hundred and eleven bummed about that because fouled she address this This reactivation which was presented in the question and answer as some people are getting reinfected. You know that's typical for a US journalists and he says could you read the report for me and the Guy Says Yeah reactivated okay. It's not reinfected reactivate. He said that that can be after two hours. You know says I'd need to know more about the time. Sounds highly unlikely. If it happens it could have been a wrong test so long story short. I remember we're supposed to believe everything doctor found. She says well I thought that was Kinda disconcerting on word to other places let's go to the UK. Okay How's the Cova? Que Ukraine a virus have not yet reached that peak in the UK. Meaning titans lockdown restrictions easing anytime soon. Britain's health minister said on Saturday. The death toll in hospitals across the country stood at almost nine thousand as of Friday with more than nine hundred and eighty Tennessee's recorded a figure which exceeded the deadliest day so far in Italy. The country was hit by the virus. Britain's worst a yet among those infected is prime minister. Boris Johnson who is recovering in hospital after spending three days in an intensive care units. His office said he was improving and back on his feet but that his recovery was still. It's an early stage. Hurry is unclear how long HE'LL BE INCAPACITATED FOR. Britain imposed a lockdown three weeks ago in a bid to curb the spread of the virus. The government has come under increasing pressure to detail how long the strict measures movement will lost. The people forced to say at Hyman many businesses unable to operate. I'm so happy you take the time to do this. It's so easy to forget that there's more besides. I think most people have this at this moment. Almost no citizen in the world is thinking global. All you can think about. Is Your own family your own situation. She intended effect. Thank you no one is thinking. Even I'm not thinking about it and then you know we force ourselves okay. What's going on over here because it is everywhere. It is everywhere. I'll do a quick Netherlands. Update the latest. Is that the There will be an APP required to When the when the prison gates open up If sixty percent of the Dutch people downloaded and use it it won't be mandated. Fats which I think is a great way for the government to come out about something. Listen if sixty percent of the country download the APP voluntarily and uses it we won't have to mandate it. I think that most people will download it. Of course they will. Seventy eighty percent will use it. Of course they. Brian around here at least two seventy percent. I know one person who won't be using it for me. I got a flip phone. I keep my phone at a drawer. don't even carry a flip phone. Okay let's go to the funniest report is probably this one is Russia. Apparently is the Russians stick their immune from everything and largely because of these Cossacks that are out there training children for Russia. Ige Office prepared to take on any enemy including the corona virus. Since early February he has been in charge of special patrol by the Euro coast. Axed they hand out face masks in their neighborhood of Yekaterinburg and check people for signs of a cold or Gorbunov is an Ottoman one of the heads of the Euro Cossacks. People here recognize them by their uniforms and some of their recommendations on how to stay healthy are just as old fashioned mushroom we recommend our traditional remedies having honey garlic and raspberry jam and keeping to basic rules of personal hygiene uniprix. Shaw when people come in from outside they should wash their hands on. Take off their door. Closers decided to help her. Government with the corona virus because we care but the faith of Russia were costs X. Carry holy water along with them for extra protection against the virus. These vigilante patrols weren't authorized by the city but in Russia co sacks often support the state security forces and act as unofficial guardians public order. The next morning caused teenagers try their hand at a paramilitary drill from the late eighteenth century sacks defended the borders of the Russian Empire. Since the fall of the Soviet Union Cossack identity has had a revival. Anyone could now become. Kozak being patriotic conservative and ready to fight is key razzed who knew raspberry jam vodka on the list. That would probably help. That's yeah let's go to Poland one of the first countries in Europe to close. Its borders. Impose a lockdown was Poland. The number over reported corona virus cases and fatalities appear fairly low. But critics say that's largely because few tests are carried out by the country's underfunded health service on top of that. Poland has another issue under pressure from his powerful Roman Catholic Church. The government has allowed more believers into church for Easter services than was originally envisaged under lockdown regulations from Warsaw Union. Banner FILES THIS REPORT. Poland's health minister announcing further social distancing steps last week one. Is that for two hours. Each morning shops are rarely allowed to serve senior citizens to help them beat the crowds. But what many call. An unholy alliance between the ruling Nationalist Party and the Roman Catholic Church has produced a dangerous precedent for Easter. The number of those allowed into a church has been raised from five to fifty observers. Say this could easily get out of hand like the outset of the epidemic. When crowds attended services organized by priests who defied official regulations against the advice of medical specialists. They distributed communion wafers straight into the mom of mostly elderly guys. At least one of the priests has turned out to be infected. Check appears divided on the issue. We're GONNA video message. Quotidian officials down of the coalition biscuit. Kurkova artem bishop monarchy in Russia. Ski has called on believers to pray at home with the families. He said the faithful should pray to spare Poland Europe and the wealth from the epidemic. I'm very much liking this soft spoken. German. That's very nice. It's you know we say yes..

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"south  south korea" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"south south korea" Discussed on No Agenda

"I ended up because of that interview with a with a clock from the studio. Not It happens. It's still clock so they had these. Ibm clocks are. I want collectible. I need more stuff to collect but it's IBM IBM used to make a butcher scales. And they made these clocks radio stations and there are all these. Click Click beautiful synchronized clock. Didn't they have a central a central clock unit somewhere that synchronized so all the clocks click click click and so they hit you? And it's a big click. It's not like it's not a moving hand is like Clinton so when it hits boom it hits in your new your cut to commercial or whatever you those days you had to cut to the call sign so I had I saw this is great. He says I do they still. I mean he says well. We're getting rid of them. We'RE GONNA go to all digital we're going to have the digital clock. Hey can I have them? And did you get the the the boxes? Well the the box not available but I did get a clock. That's good and I got. Somebody sent me a fixed for the clock. I could make it work as a regular clock. Click Click. Click away but it wouldn't be synchronized anything up to current of the logo of the House. But I yeah I got the clock just by asking. Oh always tell the kids to do that. Yeah you should do that especially in North Korea. If you're gonNA take the clock or the posters it's better to ask let me see. What else did I have on the so? We're prisoners in our home. Basically Michael Avenue atty temporarily freed from jail. Due to corona virus. Fierce gets to stay at a house of buddies of his with A. GPS Bracelet. He gets he gets out. It's kind of sad isn't it? I'd say stupid guys well oriented I do have a couple of I will like to get at least get these Around the World Report started I was Sweden and we never went to any other ones. That was great. Let's let's continue Sweden. What's going on in other countries? John Chambers of all does one piece of news in this report that has not been touched by the mainstream media. I don't think anyone knows what to do with this piece of news and this is the report. I got this from Reuters. And it's the South Korea report okay. South Korean officials reported on Friday. This at least did you. WanNa say something. I say was under news South Korean officials reported on Friday. That's at least ninety. One patients thought cleared of the new corona virus had tested positive again careers center for Disease Control and Prevention said that the virus may have been reactivated rather than the patients being reinfected authorities. Say it remains unclear what is behind the trend and that investigations are still underway. Some experts have suggested that those test results could also be at fault but may not be infectious or danger to the host or others but the prospects of people being infected with the virus is of international concern. Many countries are hoping and relying on infected populations developing sufficient immunity. To prevent a resurgence of the virus. South South Korea on Friday reported its lowest number of new infections daily cases peaks more than nine hundred in late. February and the death toll rose to at least two hundred and eleven bummed about that because fouled she address this This reactivation which was presented in the question and answer as some people are getting reinfected. You know that's typical for a US journalists and he says could you read the report for me and the Guy Says Yeah reactivated okay. It's not reinfected reactivate. He said that that can be after two hours. You know says. I'd need to know more about the time. Sounds highly unlikely. If it happens it could have been wrong test so long story short and remember. We're supposed to believe everything doctor found. She says well. I thought that was Kinda disconcerting on word to other places let's go to the UK okay. How's the Cova K Ukraine? A virus have not yet reached that peak in the UK. Meaning titans lockdown restrictions easing anytime soon. Britain's health minister said on Saturday. The death toll in hospitals across the country stood at almost nine thousand as of Friday with more than nine hundred and eighty Tennessee's recorded a figure which exceeded the deadliest day so far in Italy. The country was hit by the virus. Britain's worst a yet among those infected is prime minister. Boris Johnson who is recovering in hospital after spending three days in an intensive care units. His office said he was improving and back on his feet but that his recovery was still. It's an early stage. Hurry is unclear how long HE'LL BE INCAPACITATED FOR. Britain imposed a lockdown three weeks ago in a bid to curb the spread of the virus. The government has come under increasing pressure to detail how long the strict measures movement will lost. The people forced to say at Hyman many businesses unable to operate. I'm so happy you take the time to do this. It's so easy to forget that there's more besides. I think most people have this at this moment. Almost no citizen in the world is thinking global. All you can think about. Is Your own family your own situation. She intended effect. Thank you no one is thinking. Even I'm not thinking about it and then you know we force ourselves okay. What's going on over here because it is everywhere. It is everywhere. I'll do a quick Netherlands. Update the latest. Is that the There will be an APP required to When the when the prison gates open up If sixty percent of the Dutch people downloaded and use it it won't be mandated. Fats which I think is a great way for the government to come out about something. Listen if sixty percent of the country download the APP voluntarily and uses it we won't have to mandate it. I think that most people will download it. Of course they will. Seventy eighty percent will use it. Of course they. Brian around here at least two seventy percent. I know one person who won't be using it for me. I got a flip phone. Well I keep my phone at a drawer. don't even carry a flip phone. Okay let's go to the funniest report is probably this one is Russia. Apparently is the Russian stick their immune from everything and largely because of these Cossacks that are out there training children for Russia. Ige Office prepared to take on any enemy including the corona virus. Since early February he has been in charge of special patrol by the Euro coast. Axed they hand out face masks in their neighborhood of Yekaterinburg and check people for signs of a cold or Gorbunov is an Ottoman one of the heads of the Euro Cossacks. People here recognize them by their uniforms and some of their recommendations on how to stay healthy are just as old fashioned mushroom we recommend our traditional remedies having honey garlic and raspberry jam and keeping to basic rules of personal hygiene uniprix. Shaw when people come in from outside they should wash their hands on. Take off their door. Closers decided to help her. Government with the corona virus because we care but the faith of Russia were costs X. Carry holy water along with them for extra protection against the virus. These vigilante patrols weren't authorized by the city but in Russia co sacks often support the state security forces and act as unofficial guardians public order. The next morning caused teenagers try their hand at a paramilitary drill from the late eighteenth century sacks defended the borders of the Russian Empire. Since the fall of the Soviet Union Cossack identity of had a revival anyone could now become Kozak being patriotic. Conservative and ready to fight is key. Wow razzed who knew raspberry jam vodka on the list? That would probably help. That's yeah let's go to Poland one of the first countries in Europe to close. Its borders. Impose a lockdown was Poland. The number over reported corona virus cases and fatalities appear fairly low. But critics say that's largely because few tests are carried out by the country's underfunded health service on top of that. Poland has another issue under pressure from his powerful Roman Catholic Church. The government has allowed more believers into church for Easter services than was originally envisaged under lockdown regulations from Warsaw Union. Banner FILES THIS REPORT. Poland's health minister announcing further social distancing steps last week one. Is that for two hours. Each morning shops are rarely allowed to serve senior citizens to help them beat the crowds. But what many call. An unholy alliance between the ruling Nationalist Party and the Roman Catholic Church has produced a dangerous precedent for Easter. The number of those allowed into a church has been raised from five to fifty observers. Say this could easily get out of hand like the outset of the epidemic. When crowds attended services organized by priests who defied official regulations against the advice of medical specialists. They distributed communion wafers straight into the mom of mostly elderly guys. At least one of the priests has turned out to be infected. Check appears divided on the issue. We're GONNA video message. Quotidian officials down of the coalition biscuit. Kurkova artem bishop monarchy in Russia. Ski has called on believers to pray at home with the families. He said the faithful should pray to spare Poland Europe and the wealth from the epidemic. I'm very much liking this soft spoken. German. That's very nice. It's you know.

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"south  south korea" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"south south korea" Discussed on No Agenda

"But when it comes to corona virus anti president anti president but WHO's Who's the bosses of a video? Is that the State Department. It's the broadcast board of Governors. Let's see who's on it currently now you know Tucker Carlson's dad used to be that you know that now probably ambushed in my life. They change the name I guess. Oh it's the US a GM now the US Agency for global media is an independent Federal Agency overseeing public service media knowing stall exactly that provide unbiased news and information in countries where the press is restricted. But I'd like to know who's on the board because this what used to be the we are mission board here. We go okay board ready. Let's see let's see who's determining what Voice of America to a million dollars by the way we could do a pretty good show. I put a pretty good pretty good twitter account together. Yeah Okay Ken. Weinstein is the chairman of the board. He's from the Hudson Institute. What Democrats. Yep Leon Aaron. He's the resident scholar. He was voice of America's russian-language. Okay so not important Ryan Crocker. No-one important Michael Kempner. He's from a public relations firm. Karen Kornbluh she did the German. Marshall Spun Technology Program Crikey. That's still around Palm Pao's on it. What the Hell Ex Officio board member he was on he was on it. Yeah so they just throw a main to make look good interesting. Well we'll have to look into this. Yeah I did a thing on Voice of America. Some years ago I was interviewed for something and I ended up because of that interview with a with a clock from the studio. Not It happens. It's still clock so they had these. Ibm clocks are. I want collectible. I need more stuff to collect but it's IBM IBM used to make a butcher scales. And they made these clocks radio stations and there are all these. Click Click beautiful synchronized clock. Didn't they have a central a central clock unit somewhere that synchronized so all the clocks click click click and so they hit you? And it's a big click. It's not like it's not a moving hand is like Clinton so when it hits boom it hits in your new your cut to commercial or whatever you those days you had to cut to the call sign so I had See I saw. This is great. He says I do they still. I mean he says well. We're getting rid of them. We'RE GONNA go to all digital we're going to have the digital clock. Hey can I have them? And did you get the the the boxes? Well the the box not available but I did get a clock. That's good and I got. Somebody sent me a fixed for the clock. I could make it work as a regular clock. Click Click. Click away but it wouldn't be synchronized anything up to current of the logo of the House. But I yeah I got the clock just by asking. Oh always tell the kids to do that. Yeah you should do that especially in North Korea. If you're gonNA take the clock or the posters it's better to ask let me see. What else did I have on the so? We're prisoners in our home. Basically Michael Avenue atty temporarily freed from jail. Due to corona virus. Fierce gets to stay at a house of buddies of his with A. GPS Bracelet. He gets he gets out. It's kind of sad isn't it? I'd say stupid guys well oriented I do have a couple of I will like to get at least get these Around the World Report started I was Sweden and we never went to any other ones. That was great. Let's let's continue Sweden. What's going on in other countries? John Chambers of all does one piece of news in this report that has not been touched by the mainstream media. I don't think anyone knows what to do with this piece of news and this is the report. I got this from Reuters. And it's the South Korea report okay. South Korean officials reported on Friday. This at least did you. WanNa say something. I say was under news South Korean officials reported on Friday. That's at least ninety. One patients thought cleared of the new corona virus had tested positive again careers center for Disease Control and Prevention said that the virus may have been reactivated rather than the patients being reinfected authorities. Say it remains unclear what is behind the trend and that investigations are still underway. Some experts have suggested that those test results could also be at fault but may not be infectious or danger to the host or others but the prospects of people being infected with the virus is of international concern. Many countries are hoping and relying on infected populations developing sufficient immunity. To prevent a resurgence of the virus. South South Korea on Friday reported its lowest number of new infections daily cases peaks more than nine hundred in late. February and the death toll rose to at least two hundred and eleven bummed about that because fouled she address this This reactivation which was presented in the question and answer as some people are getting reinfected. You know that's typical for a US journalists and he says could you read the report for me and the Guy Says Yeah reactivated okay. It's not reinfected reactivate. He said that that can be after two hours. You know says I'd need to know more about the time. Sounds highly unlikely. If it happens it could have been wrong test so long story short and remember. We're supposed to believe everything doctor found. She says well. I thought that was Kinda disconcerting on word to other places let's go to the UK okay. How's the Cova K Ukraine? A virus have not yet reached that peak in the UK. Meaning titans lockdown restrictions easing anytime soon. Britain's health minister said on Saturday. The death toll in hospitals across the country stood at almost nine thousand as of Friday with more than nine hundred and eighty Tennessee's recorded a figure which exceeded the deadliest day so far in Italy. The country was hit by the virus. Britain's worst a yet among those infected is prime minister. Boris Johnson who is recovering in hospital after spending three days in an intensive care units. His office said he was improving and back on his feet but that his recovery was still. It's an early stage. Hurry is unclear how long HE'LL BE INCAPACITATED FOR. Britain imposed a lockdown three weeks ago in a bid to curb the spread of the virus. The government has come under increasing pressure to detail how long the strict measures movement will lost. The people forced to say at Hyman many businesses unable to operate. I'm so happy you take the time to do this. It's so easy.

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"south  south korea" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"south south korea" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Boiling over in a way not seen in previous debates candidates often fighting to speak over one another ABC news political director Rick Klein was also in Charleston bars were going very fast but so is the voting everyone recognize right now that this is Bernie Sanders race to lose Joe Biden having a kind of performance that might solidify his standing here in South Carolina and Mike Bloomberg stronger than he was a week ago but still not exactly the performance he needed to get back in the conversations of some of the dynamics of this race still very fluid after a while debate the Dow lost another eight hundred and seventy nine points on Tuesday and how they say investors hate uncertainty ABC chief business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis says they are very uncertain about the impact of coronavirus in the last two days we have seen more than one point seven trillion dollars wiped out of the U. S. stock market and that has to do with the fact that there is still so many unknowns around this virus around how it may or could be contained about the impacts that it will have if and when it comes here to the United States more than eighty thousand people infected globally including a member of the U. S. military station at camp Carroll there Daegu South South Korea which has been quarantined because of the virus your Disney the parent company of ABC big news about the boss CEO Bob Eiger passing the reins as he moves on to the creative side of things so I was in the back of it all it might my new role will be a full time job and I have a lot to do this is ABC news here's the thing saving money with geico is almost better than playing pickup basketball because there's always.

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"south  south korea" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

The Cinema Guys

13:42 min | 2 years ago

"south south korea" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

"To the first episode of Twenty Twenty Two twenty twenty vision jokes. You think. We'll hear this year. Oh boy twenty twenty. I can see stray. I think League Disney said Wanda Vision is going to come out this year to how it is. Oh of course it is. It's going to be twenty twenty. I was looking into Wanda Vision. It's the Kobe won and hadn't Christianson in it. Hayden had TATTON isn't it. I think it's had in though it hadn't Chris I I love him I do love him too. I actually think he's great. He just got really casted wrong for that. He can part but there's also a Hawkeye movie or Hawkeye. Show coming coming out just at the end of the podcast. We have a whole section of this l.. But I think I'm looking forward to is that thing. Are we doing that now. We're doing stuff we're looking afford to your. That was part of the list. I mean I knew that I mean if you knew what did I need. I think I need the book report for You. We're GONNA. I should've waited for the book report. What's our thesis statement? Brad our favorites and not so favorites the twenty nineteen so. Let me give you our top five of any movies. That'll anticipated for twenty twenty. Oh I can't wait and then also at home recommendations. But it's going to be kind of the highlights from last year some that we liked so if this is your first time in welcome if you're a returning for another episode welcome back welcome back. Can I say my favorite cinema guys tweet slash complement of the year. Yeah my favorite thing that I've ever heard about our show and I've I've heard a lot of good things. Keep in mind. The someone tweeted. I think think Brad Senate to us that they were checking out knives out. They were looking for a review of knives out. They found our broadcast started listening to it and couldn't stop listening to it right and they said it's their new best compliment that we could possibly get. That is pretty awesome. Our podcast like Malaika you or whatever the other companies other ones. I only know that one. They want someone who was really mad about our lack of understanding of Sherlock Holmes or something. They weren't bad they they were given us kind of They they knew a lot about Sherlock Holmes they were giving us some information about the books and kind of more of a background about Sherlock Holmes. uh-huh they let us know some books we should should read like it was an email email back and forth and they gave us some great information. Yeah I thought I thought it was awesome from this. Someone would take the time to. I actually correct us because I don't like to be wrong or like things that I'm right when I'm actually wrong so I like people correct us. I think it's fun to because we're not everything ever presuming that I know all I like. Oh okay that was way better than what I thought. Yeah exactly but but no. I think it's great when we get stuff from other people and I know you guys aren't always on all the accounts so I make sure I share it with you so that way we yeah. We zero of the accountants. I think I'm on facebook but I don't ever see anything. I don't think anything so I like to hear it's Nice. I like like the people. Respond is yeah. I think that's it's it's something small it's always like. Oh yeah it feels good so we're not gonNA have our regular segments of you know tap this a movie than at homes is just going to be. It's kind of a whole episode of a top this so to speak so before we started off. I WANNA say become a patron of the show Slash Yeah and you WANNA special cinema gift. Cinema Gift Senator. Maria ooh yeah there. We go if you're if you live in Korea right now. South South Korea cinema visit your health. And if you're cool she'll become your new best friend. That's fine uncle a- as long as you're cool movies movie friend. Curry man cinnamon is at your back in but we are working on some patriot. Fan exclusive stuff where you're anti the top one hundred. Our first one is going to be bend her. We're starting at the bottom moving up so you could sign up and look for though soon. Let's let's recap some twenty nineteen. Let's talk about some movies. You WanNa you WANNA start at the bottom. Wait first and then go. Everyone's allowed yes. It's been a year okay fully really. It's twenty twenty now if they haven't seen it. My vision is clear this year. Yeah let's start with are not so favorites of twenty nineteen. So the bottoms. The worst I am doing my particular order I could start off off with my number five. which is minimum lack international? I didn't see it but I don't have patience. I didn't see it either because because I heard it was terrible. Didn't you fall asleep during it. Oh is that why I don't remember it either but I thought I was like. Oh I can't be that bad I mean it's got Chris Hemsworth and Oh my God I did see it did fall asleep but yes site did not. It just was not fun I did not enjoy it. The action was boring and destroy. It was boring. But yeah I I I did not care for the third installment of men in black third grade either so min black internationals. My number five are we round robbing forget. Can't of course we are all age. It's the only way to do it. Okay Justin yes. I think you're seeing like addressing. I got mine and my number five. I'm going to order while I was very disappointed. The only animated film on my list. I think toy story for what was a horrible installment and unnecessary completely. You did with that. Didn't need it. We didn't need to hear what these characters do. I mean and I love Keno and I think he's amazing. I thought the movie was kind of boring. Kinda dumb. It lacked the heart that the other three films. Yeah Toy Story. Three blue this a way for the other movies brought this didn't have. I didn't need this adventure. I was sort of annoyed the entire time and I just thought it was a underwhelming film. Forty days for your a series of one two three who did all of them. I was like man. He's a great movies. I was very stupid I thought so I mean I didn't put it on a worst list but I will agree with your points like I thought it was kind of an unnecessary story. I don't know why we needed to finish. Do do this woody. Sorry we're closed before like we did not nuclear character. It was just kind of middle of the road for me for the year. I didn't I hate it. I didn't like it was it was just never be revisiting. It ever cinematic number five minus no particular order as I don't like thanks to the middle order in no particular order. The first one I will talk about is bright burn. ooh So bad. ADD disappointing. Hated that movie. It was so stupid so stupid. Why do we have to do this it? It made no sense. It made perfect sense. I knew everything that was going to happen. Just the evil version of every single thing. There was nothing surprised about it was terrible and the thing is I was so excited for it. I was like Oh this is such a good idea so fun and everything you saw on the trailers basically all you saw in the film. Yup that's why that's also why so. Twenty twenty you know. I'm not watching trailers anymore. So I'm going to see how that affects my overall outlook movies. You know that I. I haven't having said this yet. I think I'm on that band and I'll explain why when we get to our best of but welcome just. I think I'm on that same thing. I'm not on it yet. I love watching and trailers. Bright Bright Burn was very lacklustre. Agree with that yeah. My number four is detective Piquiachu I'm pretty pretty bad pretty bad I don't know if it was because I don't grow up with this I just didn't have the nostalgia or what was just Kinda dumb win. Did the muppets up. It's one come out. That Brad Nice together was that twenty nine last year. That was on our list last year. Happy Timers Man. That memory with you of like what. I don't think I've seen a movie that bad a while. It was real bad anyway. I thank I tried watching it. Based on your guys who's recommendation. I got like five minutes and is like I'm done. Yeah it was terrible detective Pichu I did not enjoy it. My kids love it and you know what my my youngest loves it and I mean our episode. We had kids on with us. I I just saw. Oh yeah game on the video game I beat it and I still would not like that movie. Okay all right just number four number four so I thought this'll be he really funny. And it's got the largest cast of Comedians ever but it was so bad was between two. FERNS is great right and it was so it was not even fun to watch. It was Kinda boring. He had a couple funny pieces at other than that. It was just Kinda me another another one of those. The stinks particular order your next one. which was my next one? Hobson Shaw who WANNA worst list. I thought it was so stupid so it was stupid. Rock is so much better than man really bad so much better than what he did. It was just terrible. Everything about it was stupid. It was it was bad stupid. Well I'll go ahead and say that was my next one. Also Hobson Shaw so glad though. It might have made a honorable mention. I was was very disappointed in that series as we know love fast area furious serious. It was not it was boring. Have you started the animated animated series on. It doesn't look into. It doesn't look good either. My next one my number three opposite you rated it senna maiden but it'll be the lion king. It was amazing. A ONE UPI mighty king. They took the original one one. They sucked all the happiness and soul out of it and then added a half an hour to it and said here you go and get the worst person I did not like it at. Aw that move Fossa. My kids hated. It hated hated it when it was over. They were like I give it one star. Let me just wrong. Opinion Brad But yes lion king. I didn't like it all right. Justin Them Shah. I guess through. And there's my third but I'll throw another the one it chapter two. Oh really that. Last chapter one chapter one at a high rating. I really liked it. Chapter or two was stupid as stupid number one justice and I hate I don't remember. I thought the Hallway. They told the story was dumb. All these relics that kids have to get were falling. Everyone with the same scare at each one. It's not it's boring now. We're doing the same thing five times in a row okay. That's boring well. We're going to come camera. We get to the end of the film. And it's the stupidest ending forgotten that Stephen King's fall and not the movies fall but like the dumbest indy into this film. That made no sense. I hated I thought it was dumb. I really liked the first one. I thought it was good. So her chapter really have a problem with Stephen King. Not The movie Per Se. I don't know they could have with the movie. They didn't have the way they did it. Just yeah everything's two balls of light. It was light and it's so angry at the earth that it's making making the clown man to scare children so the crown man can eat children in your ball of light is cool. I don't know dumb and it was too long all all right. Well noted we had a horrible use of Jessica chastain. Yeah and and James mcevoy. He's and Bill Hader. I thought was good. Pretty good in it. I Love Bill Hader. He so good you made in your next no particular order number three no particular number three once upon a time in Hollywood Hollywood.

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US Flies 4 Spy Planes over Korean Peninsula

NPR News Now

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

US Flies 4 Spy Planes over Korean Peninsula

"US and South Korean military are watching for signs of potential North Korean provocations nations. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul that it follows threats of a so-called Christmas present made by the North earlier this month south South Korea's Yonhap News Agency quotes aviation tracking services as saying the. US flew four different kinds of surveillance. Planes over and around. The Korean Peninsula Tuesday and Wednesday analysts have cautioned against taking Pyongyang's threat to literally as the north military moves could come in any form at any time. Observers are awaiting a special meeting being of North Korea's ruling Workers Party at an unspecified time before year's end. which could announce a shift towards a more confrontational policy? Such a message could also come in leader. Are Kim Jong. UN's annual New Year's

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How Kim Jong Un is 'playing' President Trump

Between The Lines

12:47 min | 3 years ago

How Kim Jong Un is 'playing' President Trump

"Well. It's been more than a year since since Donald Trump and Kim Jong UN at Singapore and a month since they meeting on the North Korean side of the demilitarized iron. This is the first time a sitting U._S.. President has has ended the hermit kingdom. It was an extraordinary visual as president trump took the final steps north toward the line separating north and south South Korea a smiling Kim Joan walking briskly to meet him the first time a sitting American president has ever stepped foot inside the reclusive estate another handshake before the cameras will historic events to be sure but the jury is still out true Pyongyang has released U._S.. Hostages halted nuclear and until last week missile tests and signaled a willingness to at least talk about denuclearization. It's is a far cry from two years. AGO is an remember trump's foreign fury threats North Korea best not make any more threats to the united rated states they will be met with fire and fury and frankly power the likes of which this world has never ever seen before thank you or rocket man's provocations rocket man should have been handled a long time ago the little rocket man. We're going to do it because we really have. No Oh choice in data one point North Korea's foreign ministry even warned Australia was coming within the range of the nuclear strike that said Pyongyang Anyang has hinted it might resume nuclear and missile tests if the U._S. South Korean military exercises continue well. Let's get an update on North Korea as well as its thirty five year old dictator from N._F._l.. Field She's been in Asia correspondent for the Washington Post and before that the Financial Times terms for several years she's being closer than almost any journalist to the North Korean regime having visited there regularly over the past fifteen years recent book is called the great successor the secret rise and rule of Kim Jong UN as published by John Murray when my colleague Hamish Macdonald Interviewed Food and a few weeks ago I actually rushed to the bookstore and I bought a copy of it and I have to say it's an absolutely outstanding book. Anna welcome to between the lines are thank you very much. Tell them what a great introduction. Don't do it often but it's very good now. Pyongyang's last nuclear test was nearly two years ago it lasts launched a long range missile all in November two thousand Seventeen Tissot a few short range weapons since then Donald Trump would say that's that's gripe progress. Isn't it yeah I mean He. I would say that that's great progress. I mean certainly as you said it's a shop change from where we were two years ago but I think this is all very tactical from Kim engines perspective and really he's been in the driver's seat the whole time he has been calling the shots here so through two thousand seventeen he was firing missiles at seemed like every second day he conducted these two nuclear tastes including one that was a demonstrably a hydrogen bomb and then in when he was ready at the end of November two thousand seventeen when he said he'd completed his nuclear program he was signaling that he was ready to. I'm back on this charm offensive that we saw over the course of last year and that's because he feels like he's in a position of strength now he he's showing that he's made astonishing progress with missiles and nuclear weapons and he wants to be seen now as the responsible and respected leader of a nucleus date and of equivalent to Donald Trump and she's paying and let me a potion and that's where we're at now in Washington has made it clear that it wants Pyongyang to make concrete steps steps towards denuclearization before it's willing to as I sanctions that limit North Korea's tried but you know until recently the consensus was that Kim Jong Hoon was was really a madman because he really wanted these nuclear weapons. is He really crazy. He has not crazy he has coldblooded and ruthless but he is definitely not a rational not a nutjob as president trump wants colt him and you know to point to the evidence for that is the simple fact that he he is still in power almost eight years on he's defied all the expectations that he would be too inexperienced and too young to take over this this regime and he's done it by acting in a very rational strategic way <hes> to take control of North Korea so a part of that is embarking on this nuclear program which enabled him to both fend off the outside world as well as kind of a AH show strength internally give the general something to be proud of gives the ordinary people something to be proud of and they are proud of it. North Koreans have told hold me that there are especially proud that have managed to do something that <hes> South Korea and Japan have not been able to do so this is like old pot of his is plan I think and and now the face to of that plan is this charm offensive that we're now into try to be seen as an international statesman to be the <hes> you know normalizing his leadership and coming out into the outside world and most of all now he's turning to the economy and trying to develop L. at North Korea's very very backwards and decrepit economy because he knows that that's where his legitimacy could have trouble that if he is not able to show the people of North Korea that life is getting better under his leadership he may begin to have trouble keeping crowded you along kimes primary goal here is survival but let me put this to you. Anna surely the only way the North Koreans Happens <hes> no way whatsoever that he feels he needs them for his security. <hes> you know when he was taking over just two months before he took over the leadership of North Korea Moammar Gaddafi was dragged out of a ditch and Libya and beaten and killed in a very brutal way that must be seated on Kimberlin's uh-huh brain that this is what happens to a leader who strikes a deal with the United States to give up their nuclear capability so I cannot say anyway he would relinquish everything but I think he may relinquish. Something and I actually think president trump's doing the right thing here. It is time to talk to North Korea because decades needs of isolating North Korea have not solved the problem of isolation has allowed North Korea to develop nuclear weapon so you're in agreement. He said that in the trump era it's clear that the political consensus consensus including in Washington it's come around so trump's view that talking to North Korea is a good thing but could trump shift the consensus further if he decides Washington can actually live with a nuclear North Korea well. I'm not sure that Washington has come round. There are many detractors in Washington and of president trump's approach and many skeptics about denuclearization but I do think that this current phase is the right approach to be taking because we should be engaging with North Korea. There should be some progress here. You know maybe they can't get them to give up his nuclear nuclear weapons that you know they can get him to stop firing them. That could get to stop threatening them. You know if there was more engagement with North Korea the people of North Korea would have more exposure go to the outside world be able to open their eyes to the truce which they get precious little off in North Korea so there are lots of benefits to be had there that you you know not necessarily denuclearization per se that is a very very tough thing to reach but there's a lot of wiggle room between nothing and full utilization so Kim plying trump here. He's he is getting all the attention but he's conceding nothing yeah in many respects. He is playing trump. I mean trump is waxing facing lyrical about Kim jong-un explaining why the human rights abuses talking about how they fell in love assures an opinion that Kim Jong UN does is not share Kim's on pragmatic about it but can learn his won him over without having to do anything at all other than show up. You know it's old style. Dale no substance so the question is how long Kim Jong and can continue to string donald trump along like this. He knows that Donald Donald Trump is a very unconventional American president. He's unlikely to get anybody else like him again. So if Kim Jong UN is going to cut any kind of deal he needs to do it while Donald Trump is power and actually one of the things I discovered in the course of reporting this book was that the North Korean diplomats in New York had actually gone to visit a very very famous Korean fortuneteller in Manhattan to us as president trump would be reelected. That's how concerned they are but how good is the word of the United States because as as you will know the George W Bush administration did a deal with Gaddafi that he relinquishes nuclear program and yet Bush's successor. Obama helped sleet if it's to topple Gadhafi well. That's why I think that Kim Jong will never give up his nuclear weapons because that's the thing about democracy right we change. Litas is so he cannot be assured than whoever succeeds Donald trump whenever that is will stick to the same line so yeah. He's not giving those up. My guest is n._F._l.. I feel she's the author of the great successor the secret rise and the rule of Kim Jong on intriguingly the U._S. subtitle for the book is the divinely perfect perfect destiny of brilliant comrade Kim Jong Un. Let's turn to your book because clearly this is a secretive and paranoid regime that makes it very difficult to find reliable information about king John on now based on your research including interviews with defectors and members of the family. What can can you tell us about Kim. Yeah I sit out to talk to every person who never met him are to be able to put together this portrait of him and the picture that emerged this child is person who lived such an ebb normal antisocial life came from such a dysfunctional family emily. There's really no way he could've turned out any differently from the ruthless person we see before us today as a when he it was growing up in North Korea's little princeling he lived a life of absolute luxury but also of isolation in these royal compounds that scattered around North Korea he had xbox games or whatever the equivalent was then and imported food and watched movies and and his own zoo his father had a car adapted for him so you could drive it when he was a small child so he wanted for nothing except for friends he had no friends he did not go to school. He had a Tutu came to the house. He didn't even know his half siblings from his father's other relationships so he he just had his only tuneful siblings. That's only at to play within that led him to latch onto anybody he could and one of the people who became a kind of playmates inmates to him when he was seven years old was this Japanese Sushi chef who I interviewed several times in Japan and he had gone into the household there and Kim John had let sean to him and he used to the shift used to take him fishing and flying kites and they listen to Whitney Houston on the shapes Walkman way back when in an <hes> you know he he really was starved for company and so then at the age of twelve he went to the Swiss capital of burn to go to school there and the idea there was that he should be able to live something of a normal life so he did go to school. He did live you know as the son of a diplomat so he was able to have friends and enjoy going swimming in the French Riviera and eating pizza in Italy and all these kinds of things that an expect hidden Switzerland's can enjoy but even there he struggled partly because of language <hes> festival studied in

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"south  south korea" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"south south korea" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Los Angeles her radio station the old bulls eye on her I'm Michael crozier live from the KFI twenty four hour news investigators long be say woman found shot in our home was not the intended target detectives say someone outside the home started shooting late Saturday night and more than one bullet hit the woman she died at the hospital the woman's knees tells KTLA she'd like whoever knows the shooters to call police thirty three some type of justice a closure for us she says the family had just been together hours before the fatal shooting woman in Glendale who was brutally attacked with a hammer is now in a drug induced coma Glendale police investigators say the twenty five year old woman's fiance hit her in the head Friday and fractured her skull her facial bones were also broken one of her fingers had to be amputated which is still searching for suspected attacker Brian cruise he's described as Hispanic in his thirty five foot eleven and one two hundred pounds with black hair and brown eyes the LA county department of public works is started installing new pipes and content to get clean water to people in the city neighbors say they've been dealing with brown's smelly water off and on for years this woman says it's frustrating because she still has to pay the bill a charge and a sound in a fifty dollars for a set rate within a year it is like we have to do with these have conditions public works this say about sixteen hundred homes have water problems installation of the new pipes will take a few months but people could still be forced to flush their water for another year a brawl at a county fair in northern California's ended with five arrests for injured deputies and assaulted horse chairs deputies in Stanislaus county were watching a line at a beer both on Sunday when they saw manning gang clothing appear to be drunk and trying to start fights officers confronted the guy another man began throwing punches others joined in at some point a police force was punched it up it is and the horse are fine the president and the First Lady of paid their respects to late Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens Stevens bodies lying in repose in the Supreme Court building justice Elena Kagan who replace Stevens on the court spoke in the great hall after the casket arrives he lived a great and important and influential life and she lived a life of integrity and kindness and decency and service is set to be buried today at Arlington National Cemetery he died last week at ninety nine a full Senate vote on the defense secretary nominee is expected to day mark espers the acting defense secretary and a former secretary of the army Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says confirming asper cannot come a moment too soon the world is full of her of threats to America to our all of our interests not least among them obviously is around central central continue to ratchet up tensions in the Middle East former defense secretary James Mattis quit in December over of policy differences with president trump South Korea says its its fired warning shots from a fighter jets after Russian military planes intruded into its airspace south Korea's defense ministry says Chinese military planes also intruded into south south Korea's aerials on democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders whose campaign for a fifteen dollar an hour minimum wage has had to cut the number of hours his staff works to meet that threshold the staff is belong to a union Democrats in the house passed a bill last week to raise the federal minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour by a to over twenty twenty five and the French submarine that disappeared more than fifty years ago has been found off the southern coast of France fifty two sailors won the sub when it sank in January nineteen sixty eight check out Burbank all shut down gets full freeway closure on the southbound side of the five all lane shut down between western in the one thirty four so that they can everybody off of the Western Avenue exit and till five your ride bunching up here as you make your way from Verdugo Ollie what one one north if Galarraga the offramp C. H. P.'s on the scene in a civil cockers box moving on through industry you spend sixty this is a crash as the right lane blocked as well as the off ramp some minor slumming as you move on through there as well and then if you're moving out of west Covina you have construction to contend with west Banton citrus over to point take three left lanes coned off this a quick time out to be right around five KFI in the sky helps get you there faster.

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"south  south korea" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"south south korea" Discussed on KCRW

"Next. live from n._p._r. news in washington i'm janine herbst the trump administration is ready to sanction any country that imports oil from iran n._p._r.'s peter kenyon says that's the word from u._s. special on void to iran brian hook speaking in london hook told reporters there are no oil waivers currently in place from the administration adding quote we will sanction any illicit purchases of iranian crude oil his comments come shortly after a tanker of iranian oil docked at a chinese port hook added that iran has a history of using front companies to evade sanctions n._p._r.'s peter kenyon president trump held three-way talks with the leaders of japan and india on the sidelines of the g twenty summit in osaka japan and furious hot scott horsely reports all three countries are major pillars of the white house calls its indo pacific strategy president trump has unraveled much of former president obama's pacific push trump pulled out of an asia pacific trade deal and he's repeatedly challenged the value of military alliances with japan and south south korea still the trump administration has advocated for what it calls a free and open indo pacific region with democratic countries india japan australia and the u._s. as its cornerstones a white house official says naval cooperation was a key topic of the president's three way meeting with the prime ministers of india and japan that meeting follows joint military exercises by the countries in the south china sea scott horsely n._p._r. news the twenty summit in osaka japan several reproductive rights groups are challenging georgia law criminalizing most abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy as n._p._r.'s serra mccamman reports it's one of several early bands on the procedure passed by state legislatures this year the american civil liberties union is asking federal court to block georgia's law which prohibits abortion after cardiac activity can be detected that's before many women no they're pregnant the law was signed by republican governor brian kemp in may and it's scheduled to take effect early next year in a court filing the pl you argues that the law violates u._s. supreme court precedent abortion rights opponents in georgia and other states have said they hope passing restrictive abortion laws will force the supreme court to reconsider and potentially roll back the rovigo wade decision which legalized abortion nationwide sarah mccamman n._p._r. news washington this court says it will take the case of whether president trump can end an obama era program that shields young immigrants from deportation that's a high stakes in a legal argument in the fall with a decision likely by june twenty twenty when trump is seeking election trump.

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"south  south korea" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"south south korea" Discussed on KOMO

"Van Cise our editor Jeremy grater at Lisa with the day off and another case of measles, in the headlines reported in western Washington. The King County health department says this time, a woman in her forties tested, positive. This is the third case in the county this month, and the sixth recent case reported in Washington state. Investigators say these cases point to common exposure from an unidentified person contagious with measles on April twenty fifth at seatac airport Portland highschool cleared now by police after a man armed with a gun or a student, they're still trying to sort that out was subdued by a staff member near the school's tennis courts, no one injured one person has been arrested in this case will shopping for a car made in Europe or joke Japan this weekend. Maybe President Trump says he's holding off on whether to impose auto tariffs on imported cars and auto parts ABC's Michelle Franzen joins us. And while the president has made news lately, on China tariffs this best to do with other countries Michelle, what's by the decision. Coming up on a deadline today with the Commerce Department on whether or not to impose that twenty five percent on those tariffs for as you mentioned, European countries Japan, also. Other countries like south South Korea and whether or not to impose a twenty five percent tariff on all foreign cars. It's about eight million cars that are imported into the US each year. This six-month reprieve. It, it break for the countries, as well as the auto industry is looking at this as a good sign, they say that it doesn't go far enough. They say they didn't really ask for this sort of tariff situation anyway, and that they're not necessarily being harmed by the trade agreements that are in place for these auto parts and auto imports that the president had used that it's harming the American auto industry as well as a national security threat when it came to the medals, and again, a steel used to make many of these parts, and he wanted the countries to get to the table. Take, you know, one hundred eighty days to sort of work out a trade agreement on everything that was already in place, and see if they could come up with better deals, he's willing to give them another six months, but he's also not taking the possibility of imposing twenty-five percent tariffs down the road if they can't come up with an agreement so little bit of relief. Michelle for car buyers. And those of us who like to fix them. What exactly does this mean as far as prices? I guess we got a reprieve to well could be. Yeah. There was, you know, a couple of the center for automotive research had had said that if these tariffs go into effect, and they still could depending on, you know, what deals are worked out and what happens, you know, car prices could go up between four hundred and fifty dollars to over six thousand dollars tagged on the price. Of course, you know, the tariffs, typically get passed along, if the, the countries are taxed on those goods coming into our country, but a lot of that to be worked out. We'll see how that works out in the next six months. It's a lot of tariff sort of news. That's been going on for the past week. This happens to be a reprieve. So we'll see how they move forward with this. And how the country's overlap with other trade issues that are ongoing. In the meantime, the president leaves the door open that maybe those could still happen. Maybe. Not. And we will continue to follow ABC's Michelle Franzen from New York City documents that just became public raise questions about how the president's team might have tried to influence the testimony of former national security adviser Michael Flynn, we go ABC's Aaron Katersky. The newly unsealed documents show Michael Flynn provided extensive information, special counsel, Robert Muller, about the Trump campaign, and also felt pressure from the president and his supporters Flynn received communications from people associated with the campaign or congress that could have affected both his willingness to cooperate and the completeness of that cooperation in one voicemail, a member of the president's legal team requested a heads up about what Flynn was prepared to tell investigators. That's ABC's Aaron Katersky, we're coming up on five twenty or KOMO propel insurance money update numbers turned a little south to wrap up the week. Here's Tim Cesco a down day to close out the week on Wall Street with some pressure.

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Trump declares some auto imports pose national security threat

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

02:42 min | 3 years ago

Trump declares some auto imports pose national security threat

"Will shopping for a car made in Europe or joke Japan this weekend. Maybe President Trump says he's holding off on whether to impose auto tariffs on imported cars and auto parts ABC's Michelle Franzen joins us. And while the president has made news lately, on China tariffs this best to do with other countries Michelle, what's by the decision. Coming up on a deadline today with the Commerce Department on whether or not to impose that twenty five percent on those tariffs for as you mentioned, European countries Japan, also. Other countries like south South Korea and whether or not to impose a twenty five percent tariff on all foreign cars. It's about eight million cars that are imported into the US each year. This six-month reprieve. It, it break for the countries, as well as the auto industry is looking at this as a good sign, they say that it doesn't go far enough. They say they didn't really ask for this sort of tariff situation anyway, and that they're not necessarily being harmed by the trade agreements that are in place for these auto parts and auto imports that the president had used that it's harming the American auto industry as well as a national security threat when it came to the medals, and again, a steel used to make many of these parts, and he wanted the countries to get to the table. Take, you know, one hundred eighty days to sort of work out a trade agreement on everything that was already in place, and see if they could come up with better deals, he's willing to give them another six months, but he's also not taking the possibility of imposing twenty-five percent tariffs down the road if they can't come up with an agreement so little bit of relief. Michelle for car buyers. And those of us who like to fix them. What exactly does this mean as far as prices? I guess we got a reprieve to well could be. Yeah. There was, you know, a couple of the center for automotive research had had said that if these tariffs go into effect, and they still could depending on, you know, what deals are worked out and what happens, you know, car prices could go up between four hundred and fifty dollars to over six thousand dollars tagged on the price. Of course, you know, the tariffs, typically get passed along, if the, the countries are taxed on those goods coming into our country, but a lot of that to be worked out. We'll see how that works out in the next six months. It's a lot of tariff sort of news. That's been going on for the past week. This happens to be a reprieve. So we'll see how they move forward with this. And how the country's overlap with other trade issues that are ongoing. In the meantime, the president leaves the door open that maybe those could still happen. Maybe. Not. And we will continue

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"south  south korea" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"south south korea" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Rick van Cise. Our editor Jeremy grater and Lisa Jaffe has the day up in our headlines. Mexico's national chamber of iron and steel congratulating that countries officials on the agreement reached a short time ago with the United States on ending steel, and aluminum tariffs locally, and Alaska state house committee co-chair says that she will not hear a Bill that seeks outlaw abortion in Alaska that Bill introduced the last day of the regular session by a Republican Representative and comes several states have taken steps to ban or severely restrict abortions shopping for a car made in Europe or Japan this weekend. President Trump says he's holding off on whether to impose auto tariffs on imported cars and auto parts ABC's. Michelle Franzen joins us now and Michelle while the president has made news lately on China tariffs. This has to do with other countries. What's behind this decision it does? Well he was coming up on a deadline today with the. Commerce Department on whether or not to impose that twenty five percent on those tariffs for as you mentioned, European countries, Japan, also other countries like south South Korea and whether or not to impose a twenty five percent tariff on all foreign cars. It's about eight million cars that are imported into the US each year, this six-month reprieve. It is a break for the countries as well as the auto industry is looking at this as a good sign, they say that it doesn't go far enough. They say they didn't really ask for this sort of tariff situation anyway, and that they're not necessarily being harmed by the trade agreements that are in place for these auto parts and auto imports. But the president had used that it's harming the American auto industry as well as a national security threat when it came to the metals and, again the steel used to make many of these parts, and he wanted the countries to get to the table. Take, you know, one hundred eighty. Days to sort of work out a trade agreement, on everything that was already sort of, in place, and see if they could come up with better deals, he's willing to give them another six months, but he's also not taking the possibility of imposing twenty-five percent tariffs down the road if they can't come up with an agreement. So a little bit of relief. Michelle for car buyers. And those of us who like to fix them. What exactly does this mean as far as prices, I guess, we got a reprieve to well could be. Yeah. There was, you know, a couple of the center for automotive research had had said that if these tariffs go into effect, and they still could depending on, you know, what deals are worked out and what happens, you know, car prices could go up between four hundred fifty dollars to over six thousand dollars tagged on the price. Of course, you know, the tariffs. Typically get passed along, if the, the countries are taxed on those goods coming into our country, but a lot of that to be worked out. We'll see how that works out in the next six months. It's a lot of tariff sort of news. That's been going on for the past week. This happens to be a reprieve, so we'll see how they move forward with this. And how the country's overlap with other trade issues that are ongoing. In the meantime, the president leaves the door open that maybe those could still happen. Maybe not. And we will continue to follow ABC's, Michelle Franzen from New York City. Komo news time three nineteen documents that just became public raise questions about how President Trump's team might have tried to influence the testimony of former national security adviser Michael Flynn, we go to ABC's Aaron Katersky. The newly unsealed documents show Michael Flynn provided extensive information, special counsel, Robert Muller, about the Trump campaign, and also felt pressure from the president and his supporters Flynn received communications from people associated with the camp. Pain or congress that could have affected, both his willingness to cooperate and the completeness of that cooperation in one voicemail, a member of the president's legal team requested a heads up about what Flynn was prepared to tell investigators. That's ABC's Aaron Katersky reporting coming up on KOMO some amazing, softball pitchers right here in our backyard and a great weekend.

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"south  south korea" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"south south korea" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Bills. Infor is joining us and bills new information about the the biggest threats posed to our country and others. Interesting study Joe that was done by the Pew Research Center. They contacted people in twenty-six nations to ask them about what they perceived as they major threat to their country and gave them options like terrorism, the global economy North Korea's nuclear program climate change. Our also things like the power and influence of the world superpowers, no surprise that half of the country's thirteen of the countries named climate change as the biggest threat to their country. Eight of them cited. Terrorism any Islamic militant threat has a continuing threat to their country and at the top of the list and four countries cited cyber attacks from other countries as a number one threat, including the United States so in this country. Most of the people surveyed said a cyber attack from another country is the number one threat in their mind, one country cited Russia's power and influence as the major threat that country was Poland no surprise there. Where the real surprise comes in. Joe is when people were asked about the world superpowers, did they say was it a year, the United States Russia or China that proposed or or posed rather the biggest threat with power and influence, many of the countries said the United States over Russia and China, and if you break it down even more countries like South Korea where they are right there on the doorstep of China and North Korea. Of course, sixty seven percent of the people surveyed said, the United States was a major threat to south. South Korea with their power and influence, sixty six percentage of pan said the same thing sixty four percent in Mexico and similar survey done back in two thousand thirteen showed that roughly worldwide less than a quarter of those people surveyed saw the United States is a possible threat with its power and influence that number is now close to fifty percent, rather startling, of course, as you know, Bill, we've got a significant military presence in both South Korea, and Japan, and and we of course, have an ongoing conflict of sorts with Mexico. And we get a wonders if if they see us as the biggest threat by taking our support out of those countries more so than threatening those countries directly, but if we were to leave those countries, they might see that as a threat and a good point Joe. And I think also another factor in this whole thing is President.

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"south  south korea" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"south south korea" Discussed on Here & Now

"We don't know what he is. Are we hearing anything from North Korea? Not that we've seen here in Roman bear in mind. That's not particularly surprising because North Korea wouldn't I think necessarily give any kind of commentary on what clearly for them. Maybe a very very embarrassing story and that full the developments have been picked up and reported festival by the south, South Korea, and embarrassing story for what particular reason, this is certainly not the first defection if it is a defection from North Korea because essentially a country like North Korea doesn't want to defections why from its point of view would anyone wants to defect country. Which of course, he's a pretty good country. The fact that there are defections that was a senior defection in two thousand sixteen in the UK is, of course, a blow to the prestige and the reputation of that particular state we can't yet woke out what has happened. But it's very clearly he's no longer reporting for juicy if it is discovered that this North Korean diplomat. It is indeed seeking asylum in Italy is Italy risking anything if it grants it. I think that something that the Italians will have to deal with when it gets to them. Very clearly. They did make a protest in two thousand seventeen off to Italy expelled, the then ambassador in protest of nuclear tests by North Korea. So Italy has taken steps against North Korea. Which is why Mr. Chou the man who has disappeared became the acting embassador whether or not AT wants to get more involved in asylum. Whether or not Italy feels that have South Korea, which is a Cosa welcoming home for many defectors wants to take that on is entirely unclear at the moment. Okay. The BBC's James Reynolds in Rome, thinking, James, my pleasure..

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