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Greek unions stage general strike over rail deaths
"Clashes break out in Athens during a general strike in Greece, called in response to last month's rail disaster. Police use tear gas to disperse crowds rallying against safety deficiencies in Greece's railway network. The protests being held two weeks plus after dozens of people were killed in the country's deadliest ever train crash. The strike has grounded flights and extensively disrupted services, while large protests were also held in other cities across the country. Clashes between use and police erupted in the southern city of patras, demonstrators are demanding punishment for those responsible for the head on collision, with so far just an inexperienced station master charged. I'm Charles De Ledesma
"southern city" Discussed on WTOP
"Lost. Russia continues to pound curse on the southern city recaptured by Ukrainian forces just two weeks ago. Witnesses describe at least 5 killed Thursday, but many more wounded if you reporters capturing images of survivors drenched in their own blood. It says his house was hit by two shells. This medics carried him to an ambulance with a horrific leg wound, but hospitals incur son have been without power and water. The situation in cities across the country, including the capital cave, with people filling bottles wherever they can, including collecting rainwater, from strains heights. I'm Ben Thomas. So what is Russia's objective in targeting infrastructure across Ukraine? The Russians have one goal in mind. Breaking the will of the Ukrainian people. But Mark Montgomery of the foundation for defense of democracy tells WTO, it probably won't work. At this point, the Ukrainians have shown themselves to be extremely resilient. And I don't think these attacks will be successful. Montgomery says the U.S. can help by sending more weapons to knock out Russian cruise missiles, lots of portable generators and portable desalinization kits. He also says you can expect millions more refugees in neighboring countries as living without heat in the dead of winter becomes unbearable. Dmitri sodas, WTO news, a spacesuit problem is forced to Russian cosmonauts to cancel their spacewalk outside the International Space Station. The problem was with a ventilation pump in one of the two spacesuits, the cosmonauts actually took the suits off, inspected them for a second time then put them back on. The pump still didn't work. The pair were supposed to move irradiator on the Russian side of the station using a new European space agency robotic arm. Now the plan is on hold while they try to come up with a fix for the pump problem. This would have been the 11th spacewalk for station crews this year. Peter king, CBS News Orlando. New Twitter owner Elon Musk is granting Amnesty for some suspended accounts. The billionaires announcement came after he posted a poll to his timeline asking Twitter users to vote on reinstatements for accounts that have not broken the law or engaged in egregious spam. 72% voted for reinstatement. Online safety experts predict the reinstatements will spur arise in harassment, hate speech and misinformation. Last week, Musk restored former president Trump's Twitter account, former president says he won't return to Twitter, but has not yet deleted his account. Twitter initially banned him for his connection to the capitol insurrection. Still ahead here after traffic and weather, one couple welcomes a very special Thanksgiving guest, a new baby while on a local highway. It's 8 36. Are you ready for your palm reading my dear? Yeah, let's do this. I sense that you crave something. More reliable. Right. You know you deserve better and want out of a relationship. Yes, with my big
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Bombed, not beaten: Ukraine's capital flips to survival mode
"People across Ukraine are slipping into survival mode as Russia continues its barrage targeting one newly liberated city for particular punishment. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. It's a bomb study. Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky calls it the revenge of those who lost. Russia continues to pound curse on the southern city recaptured by Ukrainian forces just two weeks ago, witnesses describe at least 5 killed Thursday, but many more wounded. If you reporters capturing images of survivors drenched in their own blood. Says his house was hit by two shells. His medics carried him to an ambulance with a horrific leg wound, but hospitals incur son have been without power and water. A situation in cities across the country, including the capital Kyiv, with people filling bottles wherever they can, including collecting rainwater from train tights. I'm Ben Thomas.
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China's Guangzhou locks down millions in 'zero-COVID' fight
"Trying to southern city of Guangzhou as trying to tamp down a major COVID-19 outbreak in its largest district the metropolis has suspended public transportation and is requiring residents to show a negative COVID test if they want to leave their homes China is the only major country in the world still trying to curb virus transmissions through strict lockdown measures and mass testing one district in Guangzhou has also suspended in person classes for schools and sealed off universities until Friday in Beijing the capital has reported three COVID-19 deaths The first ones in more than 6 months meanwhile Hong Kong says its leader Jean Lee has tested positive for COVID-19 after returning from the Asia Pacific economic cooperation meetings in Thailand I'm Donna water
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Zelenskyy: Battle for Kherson was D-Day-like watershed
"Ukraine's president has likened the recapture of the southern city of curzon to the allied landings in France on D-Day in World War II saying both were watersheds on the road to eventual victory Speaking via video link to a group of 20 summit in Indonesia volodymyr zelensky called Ukraine's retaking of person reminiscent of many battles in the past which became turning points for example D-Day the landing of the allies in Normandy He adds D-Day was not yet a final point in the fight against evil but it had already determined the entire further course of events This is exactly what we Ukrainians are feeling now I'm Charles De Ledesma
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China tightens restrictions as rise in virus cases reported
"Everyone in China's southern city of Guangzhou was ordered to stay home for virus testing as a new rise in COVID-19 infections was reported over 3500 new cases were reported in the city over 24 hours and increase of over 500 from a day earlier in China as a whole over 11,000 new cases were reported in the same period 10,000 of which showed no symptoms whilst China's numbers are low the rise in infections is challenging China's zero COVID policy Nevertheless the government is aiming to reduce cost and disruption by shortening quarantine for arriving travelers from 7 days to 5 days I'm Karen Chammas
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Ukraine military reclaiming strategic southern city Kherson after Russia retreat
"A former senior military figure is Frank about Russia's military failures General Ben Hodges former commanding general of U.S. Army forces in Europe describes the retreat from curzon as a colossal failure for Russia and says Russian military commanders should have pulled all their forces out of the city weeks ago to put the NEPA river between them and Ukraine's advancing troops Hodges speaking to The Associated Press says he expected Ukrainian commanders would work to keep the pressure on Russia's depleted forces in the weeks ahead possibly aiming for a future push next year for Crimea seized by Russia in 2014
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"southern city" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You know, it's still alive. It's still alive. It takes like drawing an inside straight, but it's still a lot. Biden also says he is leaving open the option of traveling down to Georgia to stump for senator Raphael Warnock in his runoff election. Warnock is up against Republican candidate Herschel Walker. The former football star campaign with Texas senator Ted Cruz in Kat and Georgia last night. But wavy become even greater. We got to come together because in that book, I read, it says a house divided can not stand. Neither candidate received the necessary 50% to win, Warnock got 49.4 to walkers 48.5. A fast moving missile has struck an apartment building in the south of Ukraine. People in nikolaev woke to find the building and ruins. Rescuers raced to the scene digging through debris for survivors. Meanwhile, Russia says the military withdrawal from the key southern Ukrainian city of kursa is complete, and adviser to Ukraine's president says the troops left behind a, quote city of death, Ukraine's forces are wary of potential ambushes. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios, this is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake. Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr, and this is Bloomberg. This is the Bloomberg real estate report. Brought to you by the national association of realtors. The home builder is getting a lot of attention this week, as some hoped mortgage rates might ease up soon. David ald is president and CEO of D.R. Horton. The rapid raising mortgage rates coupled with high inflation and general economic uncertainty have made many buyers pause for choose to not move forward with their home purchase. Ald also telling investors the housing market is on a solid foundation because of limited inventory. The supply of new and resale homes at affordable price points remains limited and the demographics supporting housing demand remain favorable. Also this week, bees are homes reported stronger than expected quarterly earnings, although it also reported an increase in something that is plaguing all the home builders, cancellations, as rising mortgage rates and some softness in pricing send some skittish buyers scurrying. The majority of buyers, though, do appear to be sticking it out and going through with their home purchases
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Russian military announces withdrawal from strategic Ukrainian city Kherson
"Russia's military has announced it's withdrawing from Ukraine's southern city of curzon and nearby areas in what could be another humiliating setback for Moscow's forces in the 8 month old war The top Russian military commander in Ukraine has reported to defense minister sege schrey gu that it was now impossible to deliver supplies to the city of Kirsten and other areas on the western bank of the nipah river that it lies on Shoyu has agreed with his proposal to retreat and set up defenses on the eastern bank Ukrainian authorities have not immediately confirmed the move president
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Shanghai Disney guests kept in closed park for virus testing
"Shanghai city government says Disneyland visitors have been temporarily blocked from leaving as part of virus testing that extended to more than 400,000 people The city's health bureau says the park had closed on Monday for testing on staff and visitors or guests had tested negative and were allowed to leave by 8 30 p.m. no details of a possible outbreak had been released but 1.3 million residents of the downtown yangpu district warded on Friday to stay at home for testing Also authorities in the southern city of Macau were clang out virus tests on all of its 700,000 residents after one case was found last week China's government is sticking to a severe zero COVID strategy that shut down Shanghai and other citizens here to try to isolate every case I'm Charles De Ledesma
"southern city" Discussed on WTOP
"Something happened. American manufacturing, the backbone of our economy got hollowed out. The company's move jobs overseas. I mean, the industrial Midwest as well as from the northeast and manufacturing towns. You are listening to live audio of President Biden. He's in Syracuse, New York. I'll forget closing message to voters. We are just 12 days really this day is almost done so about 11 days before the midterm elections and the president delivering that message as we speak. In other news, the Ukrainian forces attacked Russia's hold on the southern city of Carson today while fighting intensified in the country's east. The battles came amid reports that Moscow appointed authorities have abandoned the city joining tens of thousands of residents who fled to other Russian held areas national security correspondent JJ green joins us live with details, JJ. Hillary, Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky said last night in a video addressed, there would be good news from the front, but he gave no details. What he was obviously referring to was what happened in croissants in the south today, which officials and military analysts have predicted will be one of the most consequential battles of the war since Russia invaded Ukraine 8 months ago. There are those who say Ukraine could gain control again of that region any day now, but Ukrainian intelligence says the Russian Federation could start blowing up residential areas as it withdraws from the left bank of croissant, applying a scorched earth policy to the occupied territory. The starting to see some of that now. That is another reason why a lot of people believe Russia has been talking about detonating a bomb or bombs on the dam in that area, which essentially would flood the left bank of that particular area river in the area. So it is a very tenuous situation. It's still unfolding. But it appears as though Russia may be forced out of that area pretty soon, and it may come sooner than later. Reporting live, JJ green, WTO, and you. JJ, you've learned new details about the Nord stream pipelines that were recently sabotaged. What do you have on that? Yeah. This never seems to there's always something new with Russian disinformation today. They're blaming an American for the sabotage, claiming on Russian state media that a U.S. Military colonel did it. Now the scale of the operation, the multiple sites and the amount of explosives involved. Certainly suggest according to experts that a state was involved initials, speculation suggested the attack could have been done by non state actors, but the experts say that seems highly unlikely. But now to suggest that an American military colonel did this is more of their disinformation most likely and talking with several sources, it's another way in which Moscow is looking to deflect any kind of blame for anything that it's involved in as far as Ukraine, the war with Ukraine or the west helping Ukraine. They're avoiding any kind of culpability in all of that. All right, JJ, thanks so much. You're welcome. WTO P national security correspondent JJ green. Keep it here on WTO. We're going to have a look at your traffic and weather next and then D.C.'s attorney general says he's looking into that proposed merger of two major supermarket change. Two 46 Kris Jenkins is the police chief of culpepper, Virginia. He's been a police officer for 45 years. I've spent a lifetime protecting this community. That's my only
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An occupied region of Ukraine is evacuating residents to Russia
"In person among the first Ukrainian cities seized by Russian forces in the February invasion Moscow installed authorities abrasive for a Ukrainian assault to take it back Officials are telling curse and residents to expect shelling with Russia's state news agency reporting text messages are urging people to leave the southern city The authorities have said evacuations from occupied territories of voluntary but in many cases the only routes out for evacuees are to Russia in a rare acknowledgment of the pressure that Ukrainian troops are exerting on the ground Russia's new invasion commander has described a situation for Russian forces in the cursor region as very difficult I'm Charles De
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Ukraine's Kyiv area hit by Iranian-made kamikaze drones
"Ukraine's capital region was struck by kamikaze drones as the southern city of nikolaev also fell victim to shelling overnight Rescuers rushed to a building partially destroyed by Russian shelling in the southern city of nikolayev A young boy just 11 years old is pulled out of the rubble after being stuck there for over 6 hours as he's carried away in a stretcher he points in disbelief at the state of the building he was just in The strike on the key of region also sent rescue workers rushing to the scene as residents woke to air raid sirens for the fourth consecutive morning Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky pleaded for more air defense weapons Helping Ukraine to protect the sky is one of the most important humanitarian tasks for Europe of our time Meanwhile NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg promised NATO will help We will stand by Ukraine for as long as it takes We will step up our support and in particular we will provide more air defense systems to Ukraine I'm Karen Chammas
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Drone attack hits Ukraine; US vows 'consequences' over nukes
"A drone attack has hit Ukraine while the U.S. Faust consequences over any nuclear weapons Russia may use Ukraine's military says an overnight drone hit near the port of edessa sparked a massive fire and explosion hours after Washington found to take decisive action and promised catastrophic consequences If Russia uses nuclear weapons in Ukraine the strikes the latest in a series of drone attacks on the key southern city over recent days This one hit a military installation and detonated ammunition when it struck Ukraine's southern command says firefighters have been struggling to contain the blaze I'm Charles De Ledesma
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What Putin's partial mobilization announcement means for Ukraine
"Fighting continued in Ukraine despite a recent prisoner swap hours earlier and the day after Russian president Vladimir Putin called up reserve troops to supplement his forces Russian and Ukrainian forces exchanged missile and artillery fire that killed several people in the east of Ukraine Neither side was ready to concede any ground even though Moscow has seen military setbacks in recent days Russian missile strikes in the southern city of separation killed at least one person Meanwhile authorities in the separatists controlled city of Donetsk said Ukrainian shedding killed several people after artillery hits a covered market and the passenger minibus Speaking on Russian TV a local Donetsk resident accused the Ukrainian nationalist movement of striking the area These are bandera supporters dear Vladimir Putin squeezed them out of here from Donbass I'm
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Ukraine keeps up pressure on retreating Russian forces — and its Western allies
"As Russian forces retreat Ukraine's military is keeping the pressure on Its counteroffensive pressing deeper into occupied territory I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Visually A Ukrainian airborne assault trooper in harkey saying the Russians were running like mice abandoning vehicles and even comrades Ukraine's border guard says the army has taken control of both chance a town just two miles from Russia seized on the first day of the war Russian troops are also pulling out of the southern city of melitopol heading toward Crimea That's according to the city's preoccupation mayor I claim the AP has not been able to verify yet Back
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"southern city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Don't require any disclosure of a home's flood history, and that can be a big problem. It's really important for homebuyers to know the flood risk that they might face by buying a home because the damages can be so high. They can be financially ruinous. I'm Carrie Nolan, it's morning edition from NPR and WNYC. Voters in Kansas turned out to protect abortion rights in the state's constitution. The candidates for New York's newly drawn 12th congressional district debated last night, and New York politicians get real about why as the climate crisis intensifies, it takes so long to pass laws to stop making things worse. It's Wednesday, August 3rd. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington on core of a Coleman, several states held elections yesterday, voters in Kansas have overwhelmingly reject an an amendment that would have stripped the right to abortion out of the state's constitution, about 60% of Kansas voters said no. And pierce Daniel Kurtz lavin says earlier polling had suggested the abortion question could have gone either way. It's said that this was going to be close and it really wasn't. Furthermore, Kansas as you know, is a pretty conservative state, a Democrat hasn't won the state's electoral votes since 1964. So this is a big win for abortion rights and piers Daniel Kurtz laban reporting. In the Kansas primary gubernatorial contests incumbent democratic governor Laura Kelly will face the state's attorney general, Republican Derek Schmidt in the fall. In Missouri's Republican primary election for the U.S. Senate, attorney general Eric Schmidt soundly defeated former Missouri governor Eric greitens, who has been accused of abuse. Schmidt will face democratic philanthropist trudy bush Valentine in the fall. In Arizona, a state lawmaker endorsed by former president Donald Trump, has won the Republican nomination to beat Secretary of State, and bears miles parks reports on the victory by Mark fincham. Fincher became the FrontRunner in Arizona's Secretary of State race last September when he secured the Trump endorsement. A state representative and former police officer, Mark fincham has become one of the loudest amplifiers in Arizona of the lie that widespread fraud tainted the 2020 election results. He's a longtime member of the far right extremist group, the oath keepers, and he was at the U.S. capitol on January 6th, although he says he did not go inside. Half a dozen election deniers have now made it on November's ballot for a statewide role to oversee voting. That has voting experts concerned, as lawmakers have used that false notion that the election was stolen, as justification to cut back voting access. Miles parks, NPR news. Ukraine's army is continuing to press its offensive around the southern city of her son near the Black Sea. A new report from Britain's defense ministry says Russian troops defending the city are increasingly isolated and bears Brian Mann reports. Using high-tech long-range artillery provided by the west, Ukraine has succeeded in damaging a key rail link into her son, which Russia used to supply its occupying troops. British officials say it's likely Russia will repair the bridge, but their intelligence report found Ukrainian forces are pressuring other key bridges and supply routes, making it harder for Moscow to transport ammunition, food, and other equipment across the nipro river. Ukrainian officials have said they hope to retake the city by September, according to Britain's defense ministry, quote we will likely see an increase in civilians attempting to flee her son and the surrounding area as hostilities continue and food shortages worsen. Brian Mann and PR news Kyiv. This is NPR. And this is WNYC in New York at 8 O four, good morning. I'm Carrie Nolan. Congressional incumbents Carolyn maloney and Jerry Nadler are keeping it friendly as they face off in newly drawn 12th district in Manhattan. During a debate hosted by New York one and WNYC last night, they stayed largely complimentary of one another. Here's maloney. I didn't want to run against my good friend Jerry Nadler. We have been friends and allies for years. Their challenger, 38 year old lawyer surge Patel, positions himself as the candidate with fresh ideas. He repeatedly launched criticisms at the two longtime Congress members last night. Here he is accusing his opponents of accepting campaign funds from super PACS, like the black rock corporation. What does black dog have in common with Kevin longy and Jerry Nadler
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Russia steps up strikes on Ukraine amid counterattacks
"Russia's stepping up strikes on Ukraine immediate counter attacks Russian forces have launched massive missile strikes on the Kyiv and chernihiv regions areas that they haven't been targeting in weeks Meanwhile Ukrainian officials have announced an operation to take back unoccupied region in the country's south kharkiv Ukraine's second largest city has also come under a barrage of Russian shelling overnight the southern city of maiko leif was far down as well with one person sustaining injuries Meanwhile the Ukrainian military continues to counter attack in the occupied southern region of kerson striking a key bridge on the NEPA river on Wednesday I'm Charles De Ledesma
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Russian missiles kill at least 23 in Ukraine, wound over 100
"Ukraine says the latest target of Russian missiles is a city in the country's southeast I'm Ben Thomas with the latest This time Ukrainian officials say the cruise missiles were fired from Russian strategic bombers over the Caspian Sea They hit a factory in nipro on the dnieper river for missiles were intercepted Air strikes also were reported in kremenchuk another city along the knee south of Kyiv Earlier in the day the southern city of Mikhail was the target firefighters dousing smoking wreckage after at least ten explosions President Vladimir zelensky says universities were hit along with the shipbuilding institute He said since launching its invasion Russia has struck more than 2000 educational institutions from kindergartens to universities
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Retired FBI Agent Mark Sewell on His Time in Atlanta
"All right, now you get to Atlanta, your new agent, of course, you got experience. You've had that going on. You get to Atlanta and for those listeners here and again, listing all over the country in the world. Atlanta at that time, talk about it from your perspective coming in new. I was born and raised in Georgia. So I was just 60 miles north of Atlanta. That was a really heady time for Atlanta because the Olympics had just came and gone. Of course you had the bombing. You had a lot of things going on. Talk to us about hitting that field office at that time. Yeah, good point. There was plenty of agents to include my training agents that were there or had been there already before the Olympics and as well as the early 90s. And they would tell you and they would tell me that they were there when they saw Atlanta transition from a medium sized southern city to a more of a metropolitan city that could that didn't represent necessarily the south anymore because it was just a little bit of everything. So by the time the Olympics had been completed and the building and the infrastructure that came with the Olympics was completed. And then the world's attention was on Atlanta and Atlanta grew in reputation. And all of these things factor in and the low cost of living by the time I arrived in 97, Atlanta was the New York of the south. It was also referred to as the black Hollywood. Because of the influence of rap music and black entertainment in general. So it was, I think you might have said it already. It was a very happening place in
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US official: Russia plans to annex parts of eastern Ukraine
"Russia Russia Russia Russia is is is is intending intending intending intending to to to to annex annex annex annex much much much much of of of of eastern eastern eastern eastern Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine according according according according to to to to a a a a top top top top US US US US official official official official Michael Michael Michael Michael Kaufman Kaufman Kaufman Kaufman said said said said US US US US ambassador ambassador ambassador ambassador to to to to the the the the organization organization organization organization for for for for security security security security and and and and cooperation cooperation cooperation cooperation in in in in Europe Europe Europe Europe warned warned warned warned Russia Russia Russia Russia we we we we also also also also recognize recognize recognize recognize the the the the southern southern southern southern city city city city of of of of Casson Casson Casson Casson as as as as independents independents independents independents carpenter carpenter carpenter carpenter believes believes believes believes Russia Russia Russia Russia has has has has been been been been planning planning planning planning a a a a sham sham sham sham referendum referendum referendum referendum in in in in Donetsk Donetsk Donetsk Donetsk and and and and Luhansk Luhansk Luhansk Luhansk regions regions regions regions in in in in order order order order to to to to create create create create a a a a video video video video of of of of electoral electoral electoral electoral legitimacy legitimacy legitimacy legitimacy there there there there are are are are also also also also signs signs signs signs that that that that Russia Russia Russia Russia is is is is intending intending intending intending to to to to engineering engineering engineering engineering independents independents independents independents voting voting voting voting Kasen Kasen Kasen Kasen carpenter carpenter carpenter carpenter confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed that that that that night night night night the the the the move move move move would would would would be be be be recognized recognized recognized recognized by by by by the the the the United United United United States States States States or or or or its its its its allies allies allies allies I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas
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"southern city" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"By UN secretary general Antonio Guterres. By David Keaton and ina Veronica, Associated Press, Kyiv Ukraine. Russia pounded targets from practically one end of Ukraine to the other Thursday, including Kyiv, bombarding the city while the head of the United Nations was visiting in the boldest attack on the capital, since Moscow's forces retreated weeks ago. Nearly a dozen people were wounded in the attack on Kyiv, including one who lost a leg and others who were trapped in the rubble, when two buildings were hit, rescue officials said. The bombardment came barely an hour, after Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky held a news conference with UN secretary general Antonio Guterres, who said Ukraine has become an epicenter of unbearable heartache and pain. A spokesperson said Guterres and his team were safe. Meanwhile, explosions were reported across the country, and palone in the west, chernihiv, near the border with Belarus, and fast eve, a large railway hub, southwest of the capital, the mayor of Odessa in southern Ukraine, said rockets were intercepted by air defenses. Ukrainian authorities also reported intense Russian fire and the Donbass, the eastern industrial heartland that the Kremlin says is its main objective. And near kharkiv, a northeastern city outside the Don pass that is seen as key to the offensive. In the ruined southern port city of mariupol, Ukrainian fighters holed up in the steel plant that represents the last pocket of resistance, said concentrated bombing overnight killed and wounded more people, and authorities warned that a lack of safe drinking water inside the city could lead to outbreaks of deadly diseases, such as cholera, and dysentery. In separation, a crucial way station for tens of thousands of Ukrainians fleeing mariupol an 11 year old boy was among at least three people wounded in a rocket attack that authorities said was the first to hit a residential area in the southern city since the war began. Shards of glass got the boy's leg to the bone..
"southern city" Discussed on WCPT 820
"I'm Amy Goodman News satellite images appear to show mass graves outside the besieged southern city of Mario And what Ukrainian officials say is evidence Russia's burying bodies to cover up war crimes The release of the images came as the office of the UN high commissioner for human rights said quote Russian armed forces have indiscriminately shelled and bombed populated areas killing civilians and wrecking hospitals schools and other civilian infrastructure actions that may amount to war crimes Meanwhile a top Russian general says his army is seeking full control over eastern and southern Ukraine Russian news agencies quoted the commander saying he's seeking to create a land corridor connecting Russian controlled Crimea in the south with the eastern Donbass region The strategy suggests Russia might be planning an assault on the black seaport city of Odessa President Biden says the U.S. will send another $800 million in military equipment to Ukraine including heavy artillery and tactical drones The U.S. is also sending another $500 million in economic assistance to Ukraine Biden's announcement came as Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky continued to appeal to European countries for more weapons He spoke by video Thursday to the Portuguese parliament We need weapons to defend ourselves from the brutal Russian invasion that has caused.
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"southern city" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Stuff I'm in triple lovers all cash I don't care Thanks for participating this morning Other things not so much Yesterday afternoon what she did to me in a game of parcheesi was unsafe How did that guy I got crushed Dumb keen Jonathan farrow and Lisa Abraham it's host Bloomberg surveillance You see how many glue scenarios Lisa had lined up then It looks like 5 We do mornings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television What is dedication The thing that drives me every day is a dad is very young and we call them daily for short Every day he's hungry for something whether it's attention affection knowledge and there's this huge responsibility and making sure that when he's no longer under my wing that he's a good person I want him to be able to sit back one day and go We work together we did a good job That's dedication Find out more at fatherhood dot gov brought to you by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the ad council Breaking news first or in Ukraine Russia is promising to scale back military operations near the capital city of Kyiv and the city of Chernobyl Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the southern city of Mario pole is still taking heavy fire Ukraine's president has paid down progress in peace talks There is white Russia says and then there's what Russia does and the U.S. is looking at the latter For the latest headlines and the effect on the markets Stay with Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com These are the sounds of a dinner a dinner that almost didn't happen A dinner now served thanks.
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Zelenskyy: 130 people rescued from Mariupol theater but hundreds remained trapped.
"Over one hundred people have been found alive in the matter you pull theater attack but many more are feared to still be in the debris officials say one hundred thirty people have been rescued from the ruins of a theater that served as a shelter when he was blasted by a Russian airstrike on Wednesday in the besieged southern city of Mariupol about Ukrainian parliament's human rights commissioner tells local news according to our data that's still more than one thousand three hundred people in these basements in this bomb shelter we pray that they will be alive but so far there's no information about them meanwhile president hello to me Evelyn ski says Russian shelling is still preventing the establishment of effective humanitarian cordials from are you Paul I'm Charles the last month
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"southern city" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"I think john roberts could very well dissent from that mississippi case and it would still would still go through five or four. Yeah i i think he's gonna find himself on the on the losing end of a lot of five to four decisions unless he now acts like you know the amy coney barrett's and and justice drunk john The along with raping perjury. Okay you you said. It's hard to believe. The court would engage in a sweeping evisceration of privacy rights. But it's not as hard to believe it as it was even five years ago so that is chilling. An e you've talked about you wondered why suddenly you said we're in the middle of a very strange. We are not hacks over. America tour that featured both amy conybeare at and clarence thomas protesting far too much. About what a clear and objective institution. The supreme court is. Yeah so it just. You're like first of all any coney barrett is talking about how they're not partisan hacks at a mitch. Mcconnell event introduced my mitch. Mcconnell at the mitch mcconnell center Right i mean. I mean those two speeches were political speeches which justices of the supreme court are not supposed to give. They were clearly political speeches. They were clearly. They clearly had the political purpose of camouflaging what the conservative majority of the court is up. Yeah i mean that's another thing that shouldn't have you know and it's interesting on the other side. We have you know doctors and pastors speaking out. Which i think is significant this loss. You know the doctor in texas that. Step forward still. I gave an abortion. He said you seen the latest on that guy who turned. I was just going to say so the lawsuit that could test. The constitutionality of the nation's most restrictive abortion banned was fouled in texas. Monday against the doctor who to admitted performing an abortion considered illegal under the new law it was filed by a physician in san antonio who is in not in jail but he is a convicted. He's a convicted felon in arkansas. Right and he. He's also admitted he only did it for the money. Yes yes he is a convicted. he's on. he's currently serving his fifteen year. Federal sentence on as on home confinement and he said at the state of texas decided. It's going to give ten thousand dollars. Why shouldn't i get that ten thousand dollars. He's right. i mean his self interest is so obvious. I almost admire right. He was convicted of tax fraud intel veteran. So he alan from. Arkansas has filed a lawsuit against. He needs the cash. God good god but you know. Also i just. I thought this pastor was so interesting. Charlie a baptist pastor from a southern city in a conservative red state. He says i do know firsthand. Who suffers when politicians attempt to limit the right of every person to determine whether when and how to become parents i also know how vital it is for people of faith to speak up and these religious spaces and show how strongly disagree with government officials. Who would play politics with the health and wellbeing of people from our communities. I mean they keep everybody keeps saying it but they have..
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"Speeds up to a geic restrictions apply actual speeds are not guaranteed live from npr news. I'm janine herbst. Employers added more than nine hundred forty thousand jobs last month. More than economists were expecting. Npr's amy held reports. It's a sign of ongoing economic rebound and a modest uptick from june. The pace of hiring exceeds expectations as consumers venture out to dine or travel after staying home in the pandemic but the corona virus is throwing another curve ball as delta driven cases hospitalizations and deaths rise sharply. Jj callahan chief. Market strategist for td. Ameritrade says it doesn't necessarily mean a slowdown karma. At least what. I think you're gonna see our companies not necessarily pushing hiring but rather pushing bag dates back to work. We saw a loss of jobs. Hospitality added the most though in some cases. Employers are still struggling to hire workers may be reluctant for health reasons benefit provided financial cushion or lack of childcare. The economy is still some six million jobs. Short of pre pandemic levels. Amy held npr news in kabul taliban gunmen have killed the head of the afghan government's information media center. Who had also served as a spokesman for president ashraf ghani the bbc's on virus. On eddie rajon has more up sending out to a really clear message to the afghan government that that they can strike at will in the capital itself. Even though the conflict is going on in several parts of the country for example they have launched simultaneous attacks on three major provincial capitals. Have the west lashkargah on the heart in the south. Even as fighting is continuing in other parts of the country now convent nepal. He was apparently reading a mosque. After friday prayers in the west of kabul when he was targeted and people have expressed shock because he was quite well known among journalistic circle in kabul the bbc's on bar. Eddie on reporting the sturgis motorcycle. Rally kicks off. Today in south dakota about seven hundred thousand people are expected to show up making fury with south dakota public broadcasting reports. The rally is raising concerns about spreading the corona virus with many attendees mask. Massa's in two thousand twenty some researchers say it was a super spreader. Many worry. the same thing will happen this year over fifty. Four percent of south dakota and twelve and older are fully vaccinated. But it's unknown. How many out of state rally goers will be vaccinated sturgis mayor mark karston says the city is not coordinating vaccine opportunities or requiring masks. He says a new city ordinance allowing people to carry alcohol outside may help with social distancing wander around and pick in the crowd and the motorcycles and while sitting outside to help create more social distance. These sturgis motorcycle. Rally does until august fifteenth for npr news. I'm megan fury in rapid city. All street is trading and mixed territory at this hour this is. Npr news the us dropped the bomb on hiroshima in japan. And today is they are marking the seventy six. Th anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing mayor kazumi matsui urged global leaders to unite to eliminate nuclear weapons. Us did drop the bomb on hiroshima destroying the city and killing one hundred forty thousand people in three days later. Dropped another one a nagasaki. Killing seventy thousand. Japan formally signed surrender paper separate september second nineteen forty-five ending world war two when us beach volleyball players. Alex kleinman and april ross one. Their olympic gold medal match embraced in the sand climate repeating. Oh my god into ross's ear. And here's leyla fato reports from tokyo. That four years ago climbing wasn't even a beach volleyball player. Sweat poured down the backs of the players under the searing sun. As ross and kleinman doug set and spike their way to victory over australia. The american team the a team as they're called said it was a fairytale ending kleinman. I know how hard it has been working. And she knows what i put into it and so it was such a special moment for us to be up there on the podium together giving other metal who's particularly sweet for kleinman who moved to beach volleyball after playing internationally as an indoor player ross saw her potential and took a chance it's russia's first olympic gold medal. She now has the box set with her silver medal from london and bronze in rio leyla folded. Npr news tokyo in canada won the olympic gold medal in women's soccer beating sweden..
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"Radio 6 80. W. C. B and, by the way, Greg Abbot point yesterday from talking about the Texas Democrats, those who have fled his state So they can avoid having a quorum to vote on something that otherwise will certainly pass. To focus on some of the comments that are good president made yesterday. And, you know, ever contends now and I think he's probably right and that's it. Look, Biden has no idea what's actually in that law, or it doesn't care. Kamala Harris has no idea or it doesn't care. This is all it's all About politics. Anybody who went through Jim Crow would be angry, said the president of the United States equivocating what is going on in Texas with Jim Crow laws because that is the most offensive thing ever. Yeah, And we'll have a couple of those biting comments coming for you. And just a couple of seconds First the phones we go 410 Wcbm 6 80, Bob. Good morning. Thanks for hanging on. Good morning. How are you? Good. First off. I think if you want to vote, you should have to go to a building. Identify yourself and boat. That's it. None of this other crap. I think we were snookered on his election. Well, we can't prove it must live with it. Yep. Number two. What's important? Why do I think That when Bill Clinton was in office He passed a resolution and or a law that said, if you have a baby And we will give you welfare. But You have to go to a school of some sort and get an education and get a job to continue. If you have a second child, you automatically have to pay for that child and your benefits are gone. Then you look it up and see if that's true or not. But my memory failed me. It is at least partially true as my memory serves and looking it up while I'm Talking is gonna be kind of tough between 9 45, but I'll certainly check it out by tomorrow. That law was passed. However it excuse me that law was passed, it was overridden by Obama. Believe in his first term. What's that got to do with the law? The law is there what Obama got to do with it? When Obama became president, they they're Democrats brought up If I recall correctly, the Democrats brought up A veto proposal on that law because it may not have been the law Bob. It may have simply been a requirement built into the welfare program. So there's not specifically past not specifically passed by Congress. But it's simply a matter of the bureaucrats doing what what Clinton had told them to do. And this is part of the compromise that that he had with Newt Gingrich at the time. Okay. Alright. I'm sorry. I thought David it was a law, everybody just passing over that. Um I think a woman should have a right to abortion. It's not my business. It's none of your business, but I disagree, but okay, But I think we'll bob hold on second. Hold on if I may. We challenge you on that, Um, I think that during the first term Clearly there is a theoretical argument that one can make that a woman's body is a woman's body. Harvard you get to where there's a defendable heartbeat. Which is being around 20 weeks in or are there about it becomes very difficult to say It's just the woman's body. I agree with that. Alright, so so At that point, it does become a public interest. That she should or should not have an abortion. Of course, I think that any of the parts have come out should be used to help any child that is born that maybe even armor, leg or skin or whatever, instead of authority in the trash. I think that's ridiculous. Bob, Thanks for call. Prob. Thank you. Co appreciated for 10 wc me on 6 80. Toll free long distance. It's 1 800 wcbm 6 80. And this and Bill says, Remember story from Reader's Digest about 40 years ago, written by a woman thanking her deceased father. For putting her and her four sisters through college by digging graves for 40. Plus years there was a black man does the only job he could find in his southern city. He put all of his Children through college. And then died early death. Ultimately in saving them, he saved himself. Those kinds of stories of parents. Sacrificing tremendous things. For their Children. It is. Wonderful. Uh, it just is. Yeah, my make, says Miller Lite and Bruce. You say they didn't sacrifice a point, mate. Actually, I mean, you could. You could make a pretty fair point that if they're reduced to drinking Miller Lite Yeah, that's that's a sacrifice. I mean, that's you know, Texas and my son was stationed at Fort Hood down there for us. We had a chance to go visit him with his wife. Texas, just like Maryland. It has a lot. I mean a whole lot. Of local craft beers, and they are exceptionally good. Really? So you're going to prove you're willing to sacrifice for fellow Democrats by taking a case of Miller lite with you? Well, I guess that proves your dedications sacrifice indeed. Could be worse if you were taking real beer. Steve is on the Eastern Shore. Steve Good morning. Good morning. The most important thing that faces all of us today is the Dominion voting system has been corrupted. And when you do a deep search, you can see it's 22. Death to talk about on the phone right now. But anyway, when you see how it has been corrupted, it is corrupt Boss tweed, very corrupt political individual. He was told in front of the media, he said. Your system is corrupt and we will voted out of office and without a moment's hesitation, Boss Tweets said to him back to him. How can you vote us out of office when we count the votes? Yeah, well see, that's exactly the same. That's that's basically What the the Russians used to say in the old Soviet Union. They were, they would say. Basically, I don't care who votes I care who counts the votes, and that's where we've been reduced to as well. Thanks for calling. STI appreciated. 410 Wcbm 6 80 Donald's in Pasadena. Good morning, Donald. Good morning. My comment is regarding the word Americans, Vice President and other people are using the word Americans and to me, I translate that ass. Which Americans South Americans, Central Americans, North Americans or United States of America. Yeah. Where'd Americans just throw me off? Well, I think generically what she means is those people who live in the United States. Of course I do understand that. There are people in Canada and Mexico, uh and throughout South America, who have some questions? As to whether you know us using that term excludes all of them. They do live in North America or South America or Central America. No Well said Go ahead. My wife comes from Mexico. And she's always used the word. I'm I'm an American. Central America. Yeah. I mean to me, She's right. I think that's completely correct. Um and I think that politicians in this country use it. Because it's shorthand and it's shorthand for as Barack Obama would say all 57 states. So you know. Yeah. So that's that's what you have. But, you know, I think I think of nothing intended by that At the same time. I can't see that people in other countries. What's it? Wait a minute now. Are Canadians no longer Americans, they you know they're the ones the furthest north of the Americas. When it comes to voting. Which Americans are we talking about? Just illegal Americans or United States of America. I think the Republicans you're talking about people who are Legally able to vote in this country. I think Democrats are talking about those individuals who are willing to vote for them. Pretty straightforward, Donald, Thanks for your call Bruce Lee at here and now. With SRS News. I'm rich Thomason in Washington. Inflation continues to rage. Inflation at the wholesale level jumped 1% last month, pushing price gains over the past 12 months up by a record 7.3%. Back and forth over voting rights goes on Texas Governor Greg Abbott firing back at President Biden for his claim that Republican backed election reform legislation would make it harder for people to vote and would discriminate against minorities. Abbott says the bill would increase early voting opportunities while also combating mail in voting fraud. Drug overdose deaths soared to a record 93,000 last year that in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the government estimate eclipse of 72,000 overdose deaths in 2019..
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"Washington Billionaire Richard Branson and five crewmates successfully wrote their Virgin Galactic spacecraft into space. They reached an altitude of 53 miles before gliding back to an awaiting crowd at Branson's New Mexico's spaceport. I think like most kids, I have dreamt of this moment since I was a kid, and but honestly, nothing could prepare you for The view of from space. Um around the whole thing was just magical. The crew experience 3 to 4 minutes of weightlessness, and we're able to see the curvature of Earth. The Taliban is gaining ground as U. S troops are heading home from Afghanistan. Foxes Greg Palkot reports the intensifying clashes involving the Taliban and the Afghan government forces all across this country. Something like two thirds of the country is being contested by these two sides. We've heard new reports about the strategic southern city of Kandahar, the latest flashpoint. Fighters entering the city. Foreign diplomats are being evacuated. The clashes yes, triggered is believed by the exit of U. S troops. Afghan soldiers did in fact and fight to us. They were surprised by the quick US pull out all U. S troops will be taken out of Afghanistan. By the end of August four more bodies been pulled from the rubble of the collapsed condo building and Surfside, Florida, bringing the number of confirmed dead to 90. 31 people remain missing. Meanwhile, engineers are inspecting the sister building the Champlain North Towers, Surfside Marriage, Charles Burkett. The early results on the concrete is that the concrete strength Is very good and at or beyond the levels at which it should be or kept.
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"Made successfully wrote their Virgin Galactic spacecraft into space. They reached an altitude of 53 miles before gliding back to an awaiting crowd at Branson's New Mexico's spaceport. I think like most kids, I have dreamt to this moment since I was a kid. And honestly, nothing could prepare you for the view of a from space. Um, I mean, the whole thing was just magical. The crew experience 3 to 4 minutes of weightlessness, and we're able to see the curvature of earth. The Taliban is gaining ground as U. S troops are heading home from Afghanistan boxes. Greg Palkot reports the intensifying clashes involving the Taliban and the Afghan government forces all across this country, something like two thirds The country is being contested by these two sides. We've heard new reports about the strategic southern city of Kandahar, the latest flashpoint fighters entering the city. Foreign diplomats are being evacuated The clashes yes, trigger disbelieved by the exit of U. S troops. Afghan soldiers did in fact, in fight to us, they were surprised by the quick US pull out all U. S troops will be taken out of Afghanistan. By the end of August, four more bodies been pulled from the rubble of the collapsed count. Building and Surfside, Florida, bringing the number of confirmed dead to 90 31 people remain missing. Meanwhile, engineers are inspecting the sister building the Champlain North Towers, Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett. The the early results on the concrete.
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"Dream becomes a reality. I'm jokes euro Fox news billionaire Richard Branson and five crewmates successfully wrote their Virgin Galactic spacecraft into space. They reached an altitude of 53 miles before gliding back to an awaiting crowd at Branson's New Mexico's spaceport. I think like most kids, I have dreamt of this moment since I was a kid. And honestly, nothing could prepare you for the view of a from space. Um I mean, if the whole thing was just magical, the crew experienced 3 to 4 minutes of weightlessness, and we're able to see the curvature of Earth. The Taliban is gaining ground as U. S troops are heading home from Afghanistan. Foxes Greg Palkot reports the intensifying clashes involving the Taliban and the Afghan government forces all across this country. Something like two thirds of the country is being contested by these two sides. We've heard new reports about the strategic southern city of Kandahar, the latest flashpoint fighters entering the city. Foreign diplomats are being evacuated. The clashes yes, triggered is believed by the Exit of U. S troops. Afghan soldiers did in fact and fight to us they were surprised by the quick US pullout. All U. S troops will be taken out of Afghanistan. By the end of August, four more bodies been pulled from the rubble of the collapsed condo building and Surfside, Florida, bringing the number of confirmed dead to 90. 31 people remain missing. Meanwhile, engineers are inspecting the sister building the Champlain North Towers, Surfside Marriage, Charles Burkett. The early.
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"Via error with U S Coast Guard. The other was put on the boat, the rescue boat and brought back here to lagoon Drive. This is our airport firefighter station Number two, which is on the diamond head end of the airfield, and that person was then transported via ambulance. The Queen's medical center, the F A. A, and the NTSB will continue their investigation. Woman responsible for that massive pile up in the Tour de France is facing charges as we hear from A B Susan as delicate Tero 30 year old woman who turned herself into police has been released from custody and will appear at a criminal court hearing on Thursday, October 14th. She's being charged with endangering others via deliberate violation of a particular obligation of prudence or safety imposed by law or regulation and with causing unintentional injuries, resulting in incapacity of work not exceeding three months. And Twitter, France organizers have said they will not be following through with their threats to sue her in as delicate terra ABC News PARIS Italy suspends more than 50 prison guards after video of footage emerges showing officers beating inmates. The video dates back to April 2020 after a protest by inmates of a prison near the southern city of Naples, who were alarmed by lack of protection against Covid. In the video posted by the news site Domani, Unarmed prisoners, including a man in a wheelchair, are forced to run a gauntlet of guards violently, hitting them with batons and kicking them more than 110. Prison staff are under investigation with more than 20 in detention or under house arrest. The former inmate and the wheelchair says he fears he will go crazy if he thinks about the attack again. Megan Williams. ABC NEWS Rome Europe will hold its first Jewish L G B T plus Pride event on Saturday more from CBS is laying the car European Union for Progressive Judaism organized the wider event, which will.
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He says climate change is a complicated topic and not completely understood. And that might explain why. The texas energy grid couldn't handle demand during this week storm why the public utility operators across texas were expecting the possibility of a massive cold snap. They just haven't had time to recognize that as a threat my back says it's believed these stabilization of the polar vortex is why we've seen such events as a heatwave in greenland and a severe cold snap across the southern united states amid widespread power losses. Millions of texans have also been advised to boil their water for safety. And as first responders deal with texas's statewide power and water crisis business insider reports republican. Senator ted cruz office ask the houston police department for security detail at the airport. I have a family trip to cancun. Crews claimed the joint was really an overnight trip to chaperone his kids who wanted to vacation with friends. Explain it away as him wanting to be a good dad. Business insider adds an unnamed source said the crews had initially planned to take a united airlines flight back to texas. On saturday his itinerary abruptly changed thursday morning a fact that was later also reported on nbc. By peter alexander. It remains unclear if the widespread criticism in any way impacted cruises return date. Healthcare workers have often been called heroes during the pandemic but they're advocates say. The sentiment can be quickly forgotten by the public including in some cases their deaths. What the help of infectious disease. Expert michael oester home. The saint paul and minnesota foundation recently launched the frontline families fund. It provides emergency grants and scholarships the families of healthcare workers who have died from covid. Nineteen jeremy wells with foundation says. The fund is designed for situations in which the person behind a lot of wealth. Let's say they were nursing eight or something that's not a highly paid profession versus physician. That past that you know who had a five or ten million dollar life insurance policy. There are two phases for the grants. One provides fifteen thousand dollars for funeral costs the second round funds up to sixty thousand dollars for long term expenses. They're administered by the separate brave of heart fund which was established with the same mission. I'm might mohan. This is p. ns ohio lawmakers from both parties and both chambers are joining forces on a bill to abolish the death penalty in the state senator making antonio sexual introduced legislation to replace execution as punishment for murder with a sentence of life without parole the lakewood area democrat worked on a similar bill last year. Because this much more robust push we're saying the same things we've said in the past but we were seeing them with a stronger voice. Since nineteen seventy six eleven innocent people have been exonerated after death. Sentences in ohio including kwami ajami. He was on death row. Nearly three decades before being freed in two thousand fourteen in devil placement in state of ohio would be willing to dawn out of my good my blood into my heart department freedom life. According to the death penalty information center public support for the death penalty is at its lowest and a half century. Ohio is among the twentieth states capital punishment with one hundred and forty one people on death. Row mary sherman reporting. This story was produced in association with media and the public interest in funded in part by the george foundation navigating the healthcare system can be difficult on a good day dealing with insurance companies doctors deductibles and copays frustrating but in a recent survey margaret is in reports arizona's getting a surprise medical bill after a hospital visit as of the top of their list. Surprise bills are those sent by out of network providers sometimes for thousands of dollars on top of what your insurance pays william mcgovern with the arizona. Public interest research group education fund says other than the cost. Perhaps the biggest problem with these bills is that most people never see them coming patients. You the right thing they go in. They check ahead of time at hospitals in network in even check that the primary doctor there against his network but other doctors that they see whether they're or maybe the hospital center tests to lab or imaging don and those services end up being out of network mcgovern says regulations are currently in place to help arizonans deal with surprise bills. Finally eric ticket off tells us while washington state lawmakers consider a bill to clean up the energy that buildings run on some cities and institutions are already leading the way house bill. Ten eighty four would put the state on a path to decarbonising the building sector the fastest growing source of greenhouse gas emissions. In the state last week the seattle school board committed to run on one hundred percent clean and renewable energy by twenty forty board members zachary to wolf co wrote the resolution and says he was inspired by a speech from the valedictorians of seattle high school in two thousand nineteen. What are you. We have eight to ten years before we were going to be at a.
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"Beside the moral Holland. The economic situation destroyed the people. It's Assad Salman, the owner of one of the sweet shops on the upset settler. Imagine minister a shake and a cheese ball had class Pinelli bags of sugar have gotten nearly 50% more expensive. Saddle Kabul, Ishara will Will Morton manageable, Alyona and purchasing power has dwindled. Someone who used to buy a kilo. Now they buy half a kilo China Lya Kono got me off of moss. The reason for the slump is that Iraq's government depends on oil exports. Enduring the pandemic as travel stopped and demand for oil fell, the country's revenue collapsed. So Iraq devalued its currency against the dollar. The idea was to make it easier to pay government employees and to stimulate Iraq to produce more rather than importing most things. But the short term impact was to drive up prices. Iraq's economic situation can probably best be described as being dire. Aaliyah Safar is an analyst at the International Energy Agency. He says Iraq, of course, isn't the only oil exporter suffering. But Iraq is more vulnerable to oil price swings, then even its oil dependent piers exporters like the United Arab Emirates, have other industries or huge savings. In Iraq reserves have been drained by rebuilding cities destroyed in the fight against the Islamic state. Looking ahead so far, says the world could soon use less fossil fuel. And that would help fight climate change. But would crater oil revenue when you take that risk and combine it with the fact that The population is due to grow by something like 10 to 15 million in the next decade. Then these risk factors become compounded. In my job. I cover the entire region. But the one that really is probably most alarming is Iraq. One consequence of growing hardship could be unrest on the streets. Demonstrations like this one have become more common in the last couple of years in Iraq, especially in the southern city of Nasiriyah, the economic situation to all of the people Nasseri on in Iraq is getting worse day after they Ziad al Assad is an activist who blames politicians for the wealth gap. We will see more of the administration's more of protest on the streets and the square. Finance Minister Ali Allawi tells NPR. He does have a plan. There's a strong determination on the part of The executive here to implement the full program because without it, there's no doubt that the economy as a whole, the entering into very, very turbulent waters. He wants to increase taxes reduce the number of government employees improve education. Ultimately stimulate the private sector. So people aren't so dependent on government money. We have to shift their very, very distorted, dysfunctional set of economic parameters into another place. This exercise will be a number of people who who will lose and much greater number who will benefit that transition is going to be painful for millions of people. In hopes of making it easier. Iraq is asking the International Monetary Fund for a loan of billions of dollars. Alice Fordham NPR NEWS Baghdad This is NPR news. We have KQED news with Brian Watt in just a minute now with 7 29. Here's Joe as we head back to the South Bay. With a problem reported moments ago on how we wanna one North bound your Bailey with debris scattered across the two right lanes and in the North Bay, a new problem highway late Phil Highway that is on highway 1 16 stage gold to report of a collision there..