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"stephane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Here's a question exactly why did Ethiopia detain more than 20 people who work for the United Nations Yeah Ethiopia's government took custody of those staffers in the capital some were released but 16 remain in custody A UN spokesman Stephane dujarric says they have not been given an explanation I can't comment on why the government is doing this Right What I can only comment on is that we have colleagues that are currently in detention that should not be in detention The Ethiopia's move comes amid a Civil War the government has been attacking rebels in the Tigray Region and the rebels have lately been advancing on the capital Empires Africa correspondent Peralta has been following this and joins us now Thanks for being here Thank you Rachel Do you have any more details about exactly the number detained in what's the situation at this moment So look we know that originally 22 of staffers of their staffers in an unknown number of their dependents were arrested But this is also happening amid a huge crackdown in Addis Ababa Human rights groups say that hundreds of ethnic tigrayans have been rounded up for seemingly no other reason than their ethnicity and the AP is reporting that the UN staffers who were arrested were tigrayan The UN would not comment on that but this is also not the first time that the UN is caught in the government crosshairs last month Ethiopia throughout 7 top ranking UN officials And all of this has obviously made it harder for the UN to address a dire humanitarian situation in the country Remember that the UN's priority is to get food aid to a part of the country that they say is on the verge of catastrophic famine and this makes that harder Do these detentions tell us something about the nature of this conflict or how it's evolving Yeah I mean look this is a conflict that started as a power struggle between Ethiopia's old rulers and their new ones but it has turned viciously ethnic Ethiopian troops and Eritrean troops have been accused of pillaging and raping their way through the northern part of the country The Ethiopian government has been accused of using hunger as a weapon of war against the people of tigray And now as the conflict moves out of tigray and into neighboring states we're hearing accusations that the rebels are doing some of the same things against the people of amhara Both sides frame this war as existential so it's become vicious and the UN and humanitarian groups and mainly civilians are bearing the brunt What is the next move by the Ethiopian government here Look so as you said the UN says that the government has given them no explanation and the Ethiopian government says that the UN staffers were arrested not because of where they work but because of the wrongdoing and their participation in a terror act The government didn't provide any evidence for that But I think it tells you that the government has no apologies for what's happening So I mean when you look at this now long and very complicated conflict aider I mean what is the endgame I mean where do the mediation efforts stand between the government and the tigray rebels So look there is an effort ongoing from the U.S. and the UN and the African Union to mediate a solution and this week an AU envoy spoke to both sides in this war but all of this is coming a year into this Civil War and analysts I've spoken to seem to think it's too little too late NPR's Ada Peralta reporting.
"stephane" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Important composers recognized at some of the earlier tangle. So that's some is interesting. And i think that's true. Also i mean. I think that actually i think the beatles were trying to achieve that in may went to india and of course actually it was. British violinist will what you call him nelson paladin but you could menuet of another generation teacher about well known current violinist daniel toke the first classical musician to play with indian musician rub action sitter and now i think everybody knew that and it became somehow infiltrated. Plus still pop. Because that's when we started seeing the robinson's migrating to or making a pilgrimage to india to get enlightened and and so if if i recall they make not a scholar at the beetles arts but once some album that had distinct indian elements and not so much other asian but also african. I think that some more recent musicians have adapted african use. Chris certain african. i mean not that. That's a monolithic. It's either form rose. Bowl poll silent would be a great example. He really did that very well. With and see you mentioned you menu. He he also Played a lot with stephane grappelli. Who is a great jazz so that they very sort of breaking out in Which months classical positions which is unusual and had he not been so well established as possible musician. I don't think anyone would have been impressed. Rested and the fact cappelli was Or would they be interested in the fact so he he was to stature in the world to to effect change grow. But he's a change Frozen i yes. I came out or did you say so on this in some sense might be opposite assists that music video indecision medium for creating evolution Nobody gets maybe he doesn't notice Fraud play cow Thanks so much david mate. Thank you as loved it This is a scientific sense. Podcast providing unscripted conversations with leading academics researchers on a variety of topics. If you'd like to sponsor this podcast please reach out to in four. At scientific sense dot com..
"stephane" Discussed on KQED Radio
"From now. Stephane Lacombe worked for a victim's advocacy group at the time of the attacks. It's really important for the victims to feel that Democratic states not only supports them, but also uses obvious skills, resources time money. Judges to do what they can in order to get some answers. Isis claimed the attacks, only one of the suspected 10 militants who carried them out is alive. The others died that night. Defendant Franco Belgian Saleh Abd Islam will sit in the box, along with 13, others accused of helping plan and provide logistics and weapons. Six more ISIS members most likely dead in Syria will be judged in absentia. Victims advocate like Combs says These attacks made all French people feel vulnerable to terrorism. For the first time, a responsibility. Retired Judge Jean Louis blew the air used to head France's anti terrorism investigation unit. He says such planned coordinated attacks would be extremely difficult to carry out today. The hostel. No fancy French and Belgian intelligence has been hugely reinforced and these kinds of attacks on our voted because we pick up all the communications and there is a huge cooperation between nations. Berger says France has reinforced its anti terror legislation. Police also have extended powers to search homes and make house arrest without prior judicial approval. Measures that have drawn an outcry from civil rights advocates. The worst carnage from the November attacks was inside the Bataclan concert hall, where three gunmen killed 90 people and wounded hundreds. Alexey LeBron was there. He knows the trial must take place, but says he is dreading it. It's a frightening moment because nine months going through again, the Paris attacks it's just too much. The rise. A spokesman for Life for Paris of Victims Association formed after the attacks. He considers himself lucky because he wasn't physically injured, and he's largely been able to pick up his life again, but says things aren't back to normal. You just can't understand the fact that you'll never be the same person again, so it changes you forever. So you just have to accept that. And deal with the consequences..
"stephane" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
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"stephane" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"When you're listening to your intuition in your got you do need to listen to how you feel. Because if if i'm scrolling through social media and i i mean it makes me feel like crap i scroll on. There's there's something there when you when when there's visual things that caused have internal negative aesthetics or negative internal feelings. You should probably question if you're spending much time doing that's why we don't watch the news anymore. I don't know if any of you do and if you watch the news anymore. I don't know if you know this. But like i said. We studied the most successful people on the planet. Multibillionaires multi multi multi millionaires of course but also a lot of multibillionaires And on average the most successful people on the planet spend no more than fifteen minutes watching the news on a daily basis. Let me repeat that the most successful people on the planet spend no more than fifteen minutes watching the news everyday. Why do you think so somebody telling me. Why do you think so important. you'll hear about it. it's true kyi else. Why else because it messes with your head. Your head is exactly loria. Tell us how you start to question things. He started slowdown in doubt. Yourself and it is. It's going down the rabbit hole. It does and let's say glory you've got five important listing appointments in one day. I mean that'd be a killer day by the way but how could that. How could that affect you for your appointments. My mood and energy will be off on will be off correct and and for those that understand energy. It'll literally it'll tune the energy of your body to a different energy. Which by the way your perspective clientele or clientele will pick up on unconsciously unconsciously. Even if you have a smile on your face in your life high if you're not right inside they can pick up on that and it affects your. It can affect your whole day. I love it dave. Dave says too busy doing what. Constructive vins de page says. it's distracting. absolutely so here's to that point. Here's an interesting a number so forty million bits. Bits is just information. Forty million bits of information is coming at us. Every second forty million all in all we can process consciously is forty. It's it forty. This is this up-to-date science right now this in her book I mean technically. It's probably already outdated because these numbers change all the time. Let me give you a little. A contrast in one thousand nine hundred ninety one right which is thirty years ago. Nine hundred ninety one there were only two million bits of information coming out of every second million so it's multiplied by twenty acts in thirty years because so much information think about one thousand nine hundred one right nineteen ninety-one we had. We had news radio magazine magazines. Billboards newspapers but not all social media malarkey. Brian not all the apps not everything located in the palm of our hand right with every single notification possible on so as as as information has increased in terms of networks so has the bits of information coming out. Why is this important so most individuals. They allow themselves to focus on the twenty bits. That are spoon fed to them. Who spoon fattening the cool thing. Is you have a choice severe. Don't like your forty bits of information..
"stephane" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"Development book is like all feeling good. Yeah so if we many too many to count and what i mean by the fluff book is the one that it's all airy-fairy and it's up in the clouds and it feels real good but then you read you finish the book. I was talking to peter about this and you know. How do i do it. Do i like. I read a whole book and it talked about positive mental attitude. I'm like that's nice. I get it like it's great to think positively. How do i do book. Never said so. We got so frustrated with so many books that only talked about theory and had a lot of rhetoric but it didn't give pragmatic practical solutions on how to mastermind power every single day. That's why we had to write a book. Master your mind. Dr which is full of how full of exercises and step by step plus a lot of our own personal stories. have how we got in charge of My power and our mental toughness and how we overcame a lot of adversity throughout our life. Listen to one of my one of my mentors. I love this said we're born in. It's all trauma after that. No seriously that's that's life right. Life is life is a series of traumatic events. The reality is everybody has had challenging situations like for a little three month old in a crib. You've seen us. If you've had kids in their bianchi drops out of their mouth and goes on the floor. That's traumatic moment. Or their favorite stuffed animal gets lost. That's a traumatic moment for that for us. Now in our in our in our forties fifties sixties thirty twenty. Whatever your already is. It's not a big deal but then it was and then it was so what we've what we've got to constantly realizes that we have a mind rub boarded the mind. We're all in agreement with that okay. Good rapport the mind. But we're not born with mine. Power mind power. Something that's developed in. You have to do it. Every single day like showering every single day. The effort at the difference. It makes a difference is do you want to get to that level that you aspire to get to or not. The people have mine.
"stephane" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"In control when you're go sideways or your thoughts or your feelings aren't exactly where you want them to be again. I'm sure every single one of you have mastered some level of mine power guarantee it. Because you're here you're all successful and you're successful. The question is are you mastering at every single day and when it hits the fan dino what you need to do to redirect your day so that you can make it the way you want it to be some people wake up on the wrong side of the bed and they stay there like ten years you know seriously. That's a lot of people. they just. They just wake up on the bed one day and they decided stay there and play the victim and say what was me and then go into secondary gain. Tell a story about how their life is a bunch of otaki right so so the reality is we have to effort at mine today. Here's bill so so. We work with fortune fifty. Although fortune fifty executives we've worked with professional athletes of which names that you know political figures of which means that you know in a lot of entrepreneurs and the reality is is those that have mine power truly mind power and they exercise that skill set on a daily basis. They don't care if there's a recession they don't care if there's a housing crisis we had. We had one of our clients in a big housing crisis of two thousand eight that we all know very well and we've been coaching them for a couple of years. We said how are you able to succeed so well during an economic downturn and he said well you guys taught me about responsibility in taking responsibility for everything in my life. And and i said yeah i get get get responsibility. Get being at cause not being victim. What about what. everybody else. Kind of testing them. I wasn't playing into the mean. But i said what about what everybody's saying about the economy and he said steph shea. I create my own economy and this this was right around to the end of two thousand and nine where a lot of people were suffering. Now what's the difference between somebody who says i create my own economy and they're enough at the effect of what the news says. Is the going economy mind power last year when fit really hit. The shan and a lot of people.
"stephane" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"Good morning everybody. This is peter hernandez this friday morning drive. This is the call that started a mall that began the whole. Douglas element podcast series. We can be found on. I tunes spotify soundcloud. And if you wanna listen to this call later which i'm pretty sure you will you. Can you can listen to it. They are one of those channels. I asked a question everybody today. Brad you know. Do you wanna master your mind. And then i wrote you should and then i was chuckling to myself like. Nah i don't really wanna do. I think i want to keep those negative thoughts kinda like not having any control at all of the way i think or feel i started playing that game with myself but truly matching. Our mind is like one of the most important things we can do so brad. I want you to introduce our guest today. They're very special everybody off. They're really amazing. I've actually ended their book. And you're gonna hear about that. The you guys know that for me personally. I think mastering my mind. Mastering myself is probably my biggest goal in life. And so that. I'm gonna turn it over to brad brad. In please introduce our guests will do good morning. Everybody so i'm really excited so a lot of you know that I've studied that l. p. programming and stefanie and shaly were i- trainers there. My teachers instructors. And actually i do coaching with steph now. So stefani shaly vital. The authors of the wall street journal bestselling book mastermind power. It's amazing book. I'm gonna put some links in the chat for you guys to order the book. I strongly recommend it. It's a fantastic book. Good morning you guys. Were totally excited. That you're here on excited my mentors. So what are we talking about today. Guys this whole this whole mind. Power mindset thing. What the heck is my empower right ono. Some people might be wondering. Well it's how we've defined it as really you know it's it's that convergence mental toughness and emotional resilience your those. Two things collide. That's what we call mine. Power in a little back. A step to into a bit of the background is everyone's talking about mindset but if you kind of denominator is the word mindset meaning you deconstruct it and you think about the words that are within that word itself why would we call it mindset. Think about it. Mind is our mind cool. I can get on board with that but set means it sat and stone means it doesn't change so when when we were Writing our book and our book was a twelve year research project..
"stephane" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Hey, Jay. I'm I'm okay. Say hello to staff and the pancake. Hey, Stephane Pancake. Hey, Jamie. Jamie doesn't Nice to talk to you. And I wish you all the best when she get married. Thank you. Thank you. All right. What's your advice for the happy couple? Well, you have to remember that no matter how how bliss and happy it is eventually. Uh, you couldn't make her angry. I love Hang on. I love Jamie. How you assume, Greg, you're going to make her angry, but go ahead. Okay, so when that happens well, it goes both ways. But usually it's a guy that makes the woman angry. When I found out of Mary 14 years, and, uh, they don't forgive anything. They don't. I mean, my wife's been told she can tell me what it was my first dead. Alright, but anyway, so Keeping men in mind. What I want you to do was this is very, very important. Okay? Build a shed. That way. When you make it really angry. You just got a place to sleep. I thought that was a she shed. Isn't that for me? Well, you know your own, she said, But this is more for him. Because usually usually usually the guys on the bad end of the stick on that one. Then I'll get the whole house. That's true. Yes. You got that, Jamie. Thank you. So he's been married. But realizes great. You're going to need a place to go at some point. Uh, Becky Green Bay. Hello, Becky. What's your advice? Say hello to Greg and two staff. Hi, Greg. High staff. Hi, Becky. Same. I'm going to give you the same advice that I gave to my daughter and future son in law, who are also getting married next Friday. Whoa! Hang on a second way. Hang on a second. What's on that menu? Um you know, I'm really not sure. Alright. My daughter has done all of the planning. She has just been amazing. But my husband and I will have been married for 45 years in August. Wow. Congratulations. Sorry I interrupted. I was just curious. I was trying to get a rivalry going between the two weddings, but I understand that's not gonna happen. So what is your advice for these two? No, it's okay. What's your advice of all First of all My advice is Don't go to bed angry because if you do that You won't sleep well and you won't wake up in the morning and you won't be very happy. So you've got to work it out. Even if you're going to be up late. You've got to work it out. And then another thing is is to make time for each other. Especially if you're working different shifts. So you've got other interests you got to do stuff together. And make sure you can laugh. You've got to be able to have fun. And then the last thing is Family is everything. Good stuff, Becky. Thank you so much appreciate the call and sharing that. Yeah, it's a sentiment on the text line as well. Sounds like Chuck says there's many things to a great marriage. One thing is to make sure you to have fun. I'm not saying Have a regular date night, but spontaneously do things go out together, especially after you have Children. Oh, Oh, yeah, We're talking kids already. Just get to next Friday. You know what's great about Becky's called a real quick, um, the working different shifts making part. They're making time for each other. That's correct. That's great, because we do work. Different ships shift opposite ends. Of the schedule of the work day. So, um, we've seen each other in like, three days. It's been kind of a while since she's working all day. And then I leave the house before she comes home from work. So that was that's pretty well, Thank you for one for practice smiling all day so that your face won't hurt so much on your wedding day. Oh, that's great for too many pictures, okay? Oh, Laura from Las Vegas Pancake and Miss Pancake. I just celebrated my 30th anniversary this month. My advice is don't put off things you want to do because you don't have time or you're worried about money. Make the time find the money tomorrow isn't promised to anyone so don't have regrets. That's from Laura. There's a great text. You know why 262 Because they're quoting me. Like Scott says words are important Words matter, actually said Words are important words that meeting but try not to say hurtful things to each other. No verbal hitting below the belt. You can't take hurtful words back once they're said, er. And the 262. Congratulations to Greg and staff. Can't wait to celebrate with you both next week. Don't stress. Enjoy the moment that is from your cousin in Florida. We gotta guess. Okay. All right. So you know somebody's coming. Let's quickly get one more call in here. Robert in Franklin. Robert your advice for the happy couple. Hey, guys. Congratulations on your upcoming marriage on your upcoming wedding. Thanks, sir. With my Yeah, I've been married for 30 years been with my wife for 32. My advice is really simple. So you know, like that feeling that you have right now and you see each other? It's like the coolest thing in the world. You get all googly eyed. Hang on. Hang on. Hang on. Hang on, Robert, Let me just check in. Do you guys still have that for each other? Still feel that way? Yes. Okay. Alright. Continue. So my advice is really simple. Every time you're together, always have that feeling, no matter what the stresses, no matter what the argument matter what it is, it doesn't matter because 99% of the arguments are just total. Almost had a bad word. Yeah. So just, you know, my wife and I every time we're together and we work opposite schedules. I travel for a living, so I'm really were never really together like ever. But when we are together, it's the coolest day you could ever imagine. No matter what today. And if I can give you any advice, never let that feeling leaves. And everything else will be okay. I love it. I love it. Great stuff, Robert. They have it. Thanks, Robert. Appreciate it very much, So people are coming through. People are coming through. There's sarcasm out there. I know, and we appreciate sarcasm, but people are coming through, okay? You know, I was thinking about this. Oh, boy, and, um, I'm going to take a break when we come back. It's gift time. Okay? Gift time. Alright on WTMJ. That's next more of.
Episode 4 - Old Trafford Protest and Silverware Talk - burst 4
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"stephane" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Team but They're supposed to win that game, and the Browns totally took them apart. And I can't help but think watching the game last night. Dad. The impact of this game of that moment. For the Cleveland Browns, because the job that Baker Mayfield and then later Andrew burying Kevin's defense. He were tasked with Is not just what the new general manager if you even believe he's gonna have any power in Denver. Vic Fangio. It's not like just turning around a team that's losing. May and have them win games. I mean, that's difficult enough with the Browns. There is some Big time cosmic forces going against that franchise, And some of it is a self fulfilling prophecy, Right? I mean, if you make ah, bunch of really dumb decisions year after year after year after year. You're going to be terrible. And that's what the Browns are. But We know this watching sports. After a while, it becomes more than just Hey, they're poorly ran franchise had become cosmic in nature, Mystic, whatever you want to say. And that's a hard thing to fight against. Had a very hard thing to fight against, and I think more than anything else. There's a lot of credit that has toe go down because Baker Mayfield doesn't win that game and doesn't even get to the Browns. Get the Browns to the playoffs without Kevin's too fancy. So want to give Kevin's defense key. His level of credit here. It's a partnership between Stephane Ski and Baker Mayfield. A. Baker Mayfield was drafted. Not because he was the most talented quarterback in that draft. He wasn't and I don't For C Anything that will happen between now and the time that Baker Mayfield retires, where I'm going to change my mind and say, Oh, Baker, Mayfield was the most talented quarterback. When he was drafted. He wasn't he wasn't the best player. He wasn't even the best quarterback. Why John Dorsey drafted him. Number one was because there's something else with Baker Mayfield something that Josh Rosen doesn't have something that Josh Allen. Maybe Lamar Jackson. Go up and down the line. All these young quarterbacks that came in the league about the same time as Baker Mayfield, or even soon after. And even the guys before. With some of them don't have Is the attitude. Two in brace what Cleveland is? You know what? It's easy for LeBron to do it. He grew up there. Okay, It's easy for him to embrace Cleveland. And all that comes along with being a professional athlete. Cleveland Baker Mayfield's For all I know he and even step foot in Ohio before he's drafted by the Cleveland Browns. Hey, Bob. Why John Dorsey drafted him. Is because he had the right attitude. To be able to take on all that is being a Cleveland Browns quarterback. All the haters. All the bad juju. All the and I don't mean some issues there. Ah, everything that goes along with being the quarterback of the Cleveland Browns. Baker Mayfield was uniquely qualified to take that on. Right? Until Kevin Stefanski came in. Baker. Mayfield was on the same trajectory as to Sean Kaiser and Tim Couch and Uh, Brady Quinn. And going on down the list. So they're a great pair. They deserve credit for each other, and they, but but they both deserve credit individually. And I think what you saw last night was Was Baker Mayfield being vindicated? Cause the Browns could have went a different way and maybe gotten a better quarterback. Either in that draft or in the next one. Or the next one after that. John Dorsey understood. That it's more than just taking a losing team and turning it into a winning one. In Cleveland. It's different. And Baker Mayfield is wired differently. And you blend that. With the talent that he does possess, that is harness that is focused. In a system of Kevin's to fan ski. And you saw last night the Browns. Turn the page. And now we'll see if this is a tipping point. For this brands organization. I will just be perfectly up front with you to start this hour. Do not think that the Browns will beat the Kansas City Chiefs. I do not believe that I know A lot of you are saying surprise Surprise. But I don't know how many people have come out and said that the Browns are beating the Kansas City Chiefs. Uh, Unless Patrick about Holmes leads the cheese. 98 yards down the field for the game winning touchdown. I think that the Browns Got rid of some of that bad Brown's karma with that wind last night, they may not advance Further than there are right now. I think they turned the point to where now we can look at the Browns, not as the Browns off Years passed, But this Brown's team capable head coach capable quarterback. Good offensive line talent on both sides of the football, although not enough on the defense, and that's part of the reason why I think the lose the Kansas City You don't have to look at him like the losers that they've been in the past. And last night is the reason for that. Um Just be quite Frank Mitchell Robinson's loser. Listen to him. It's story number two. Really? Not that hard, You know, just to make sure your teammate doesn't know what's going on. That's really it. It was a part of it all. Got anybody. That depends on how you plan. You know, I was there on every move he did. He didn't make tough shots. I feel like the Then when the heart it off. That is a player for the New York Knicks, because you probably don't know who Metro Robinson is. But he is a player for the New York Knicks. He is their center and he was tasked with guarding Nicole Yokich. And he said that after the game, so if you didn't know what happened last night, you may think Oh, Joker not have a good game..
"stephane" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To take off the power hour today. Sure you have some Curt Casali takes right they go Poot, Sally, you know it's funny now. It all came together now. Yes, was always talking about being in Nashville working out with my college buddy, Curt Casali, and at the time I was I didn't study the Reds catching depth chart. I didn't know who he was. But Gaz has been talking about that guy for a while. So It was like 400 son because he's he has his buddy, you know? Well, he said he was also playing. They were playing like, pick up like like baseball games. Once spring friend got shut down with a bunch of the van de guise of Antonio Campos out there. Sonny Gray was out there. He said that I think you, Sally said Yes. Was hitting bombs off a Sonny Gray left now. Stubble on that game down at the park. I would love to see that right? Some of that go down to the park. And there's the Vandy pickup games he has facing center. Great. Yeah, anyway. 8 35. Mike Florio is gonna join us talking more football. He always controversial Mike Florio. And they've known Jimmy G hater will have a tape area. Come with a take a You know what I mean 8 55 the daily dose of dubs doses. Tonight, And the biggest big question is Will Paul George play didn't play last night in the clips lost to San Antonio and ST Mary's Gail Patty Mills, who went for like 27. I think I want to see the Warriors maintain this kind of energy that they're playing with this kind of like inspired push. They seem to last three games, man. Yeah, and by the way, just we can talk about it later in the show, too. But Connor Letourneau has a great piece this morning. On Draymond Green and Steph Curry. Yeah, underrated relationship of Draymond and Steph. He does a deep dive into it and says, These guys are thick as thieves. It's always step in place, different clay or Stephanie, Isha or Stephane, Steve or whatever. It's about the the hidden bond between Draymond and Steph and like not only on but off the court to and how basically dream on is, you know he's such a, you know, session intense dude that he doesn't put up with any BS, and he just he's come to love step for. How really is. Steph loved Raymond for his his leadership in intensity, and then the numbers on the court. Steph When Dream on's on the court and Steph when Dream on's not on the court and dream on one steps on the court and dream on one steps, not other than these two grabs. Their success is absolutely linked, and there's a reason they think the reason why steps going off now is dreamin. Yeah, In all the positioning and all the vehicles. Yeah, I love it. I love that. It's a good story recommended to everybody. I'm psyched. I'm like, really safer warrior ball again. I'm all in all in. All right. Does 55 will doze in the 9 15 Andrew Greiff of the L A Times covers. The Clippers will talk to him about the game tonight and Friday, she copes All right, home and home. Little baseball. Syriza. Alright Candy are one of 45 and six anything Sports league You're listening to Murph in Mac available now on your Amazon Echo Smart speaker. This is K NPR, 1045 and 67. Ft Sports leader, three During these strange times, we've all gotten used to the word unprecedented, unprecedented, unprecedented. This is really almost unprecedented. And guess what? We're going to say it again because for the first time in NFL history, there will be six wild card games in two words. Now that is unprecedented. That's what I'm talking about. Baby this morning Birth and Mac bring on a man who's seen the Super Bowl contenders up close on Sunday night from NBC and Pro football talk. It's Mike Oreo at 8 35.
"stephane" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And you can check out of the Western city website for drop off times that drop off site is on Lee for live Christmas trees, no waste or plastic trees will be accepted. Pandemic is keeping demand for dry ice. Red hot CBS is Stephan Kaufman explains Visors. Corona virus vaccine must be stored it extremely cold temperatures, creating a heavy demand for dry eyes. So has increased online food shopping. David Hatcher with CK Try I Supply says business is booming. We've gotten a lot of phone calls from local hospitals, City officials asking Can you make the dry eyes out of the story? And how do we get it? Can you handle the demand? Engines response to customers. How much will you need? And when? Stephane Kaufman CBS news Floodwaters have uncovered an ancient fast food restaurant and destroyed ancient city of Pompeii and amazingly well preserved 2000 year old food bar. You could call it the fast food eatery of its day has been fully excavated by a flood in Pompeii, Italy there, dozens of others discovered in the ancient Roman city, but this is the first fully uncovered. It's got an l shaped counter with still vividly colored paintings of a red rooster, a horse and some upside down duck. So the front on the top wide holes for deep vessels of hot food. A fragment of a duck bone was found inside one of the containers and remains from goats, Fish and snails. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News It's 3 27 coming up at 3 30, a deadly shooting in Lin yesterday, police continue to investigate..
Morocco Becomes Latest Arab Country To Normalize Ties With Israel
"Me happy holidays. Another Arab country has decided to join the Trump Administration's Abraham accords. Under the deal, Morocco will normalize ties with Israel. In return the U. S is backing Morocco's bid. Sovereignty over a disputed territory. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports. Israel in Morocco have already had informal ties for years. But now in a tweet president Trump says they've agreed to full diplomatic relations. His son in law and adviser Jared Kushner, expects things to move quickly. They will grant overflights and direct flights to and from Israel for all Israelis. They'll reopen the liaison offices and robot and tell Aviv immediately with the intention to open the embassies you know, in the near future. For its part, the U. S. Is changing its policy toward Western Sahara Ah former Spanish colony In the past, the U. S. Has worked with the United Nations to promote talks between Morocco and the Polisario Front, which seeks independence for Western Sahara. Kushner says the U. S now recognizes Morocco's sovereignty over the disputed region is something that's been talked about. For a long time, but something that seemed inevitable at this point. A statement from the Polisario Front question whether the move by the U. S violates international law and said Morocco is quote selling it sold to maintain its illegal occupation. Trump's move also took the U. N by surprise. We've just learned of this through Twitter post, U. N spokesman Stephane Dujarric says the secretary general is still convinced that it's possible to reach a negotiated solution based on U. N resolutions. One Former U. N and U. S diplomat Jeffrey Feldman says the U. S. Was already leaning toward Morocco's planned offer some autonomy but not independence. For the people of Western Sahara. Previous administrations have never come out fully in support of Morocco. There's been kind of a wink wink nudge nights. The Moroccan economy plan looks pretty good as a basis for How you would negotiate a permanent settlement. But he fears that President Trump's move will short circuit diplomacy, leaving the Saharawi people weaker as he's done with others. He hasn't shown much empathy for weaker parties. Whether we're talking about the Kurds in Syria or the the Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza, and now this stuff rallies, Palestinians are sounding frustrated, too, as more Arab countries agreed to normalize ties with Israel
A Chilling Question Divides Europe: Open Ski Slopes or Keep Them Closed?
"Union countries are at odds over whether it is safe to open ski resorts for the winter holiday season, Teri Schultz reports with each government and making its own rules. It raises questions both for health authorities and for vacationers When the coronavirus first turned up in Europe to major hot spots were ski resorts in Italy and Austria. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is asking countries to keep the resorts closed this season. Italian Prime Minister Decepticon to urged his citizens not to go skiing. The European Commission doesn't have the authority to tell countries what to do. But as commission spokesman Stephane Daycare, Smucker explains here through an interpreter, it hopes they'll cooperate. We're asking the member states to coordinate their efforts properly taking into consideration the existing state of science and the guidelines that have been drawn up. Austria, however, says it would mean a loss of More than $2 Billion to shut down. Non EU member Switzerland reportedly plans to keep its slopes open for
A Chilling Question Divides Europe: Open Ski Slopes or Keep Them Closed?
"Countries are odds over whether it is safe to open ski resorts for the winter holiday season. Teri Schultz reports with each government making its own rules. It raises questions both for health authorities and for vacationers When the coronavirus first turned up in Europe to major hot spots were ski resorts in Italy and Austria. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is asking countries to keep the resorts closed this season. Italian Prime Minister Decepticon to urged his citizens not to go skiing. The European Commission doesn't have the authority to tell countries what to do. But as commission spokesman Stephane Daycare, Smucker explains here through an interpreter, it hopes they'll cooperate. We're asking the member states to coordinate their efforts properly taking into consideration the existing state of science and the guidelines that have been drawn up. Austria, however, says it would mean a loss of More than $2 Billion to shut down. Non EU member Switzerland reportedly plans to keep its slopes open for
NBA star Steph Curry on playing golf through the years
"Right stephane. Thanks so much for joining us. I want to start right away with background before. We came on start recording. You already give me bunch excuses about how you haven't been playing a lot so have feeling to know how this is going to go. But i i gotta know some back on. I think it is important. How you got into golf. How much you play grown-up all this started happening before we get into some of the events we've We've seen you play in no the The i've got all the disclaimers and qualifiers from our game got. Those one liners locked up. But i started plan back in By eight or nine my dad. He played six years in the nba. So it's kind of summertime. Hobby is normal kind of father son type of situation. You take me out drive a golf cart. He cut down a little putter. That i'd go hit with In that i started getting more and more Passionate about china learn how to play and by ten eleven playing full rounds them all play low high school golf for three years and then from there may have been bit by the bug ever since it is one of the things look forward during the most when. I'm outside of the court last similarities. To you know the the encore like ball competition what you experience in the in the league in how. I kind of transition that to china. Take everybody's money on the course so good. I was gonna say this from for later. But i want to understand what the gulf culture is like during the nba. Season right because you know guys season kind of your typically goes into june for you guys but you know releases into summer and you can play golf in the summer. How often are you playing during the season. Are you traveling with clubs. Do you need a certain time period on a road trip to be able to play on the road. Have the set course every city you go to. How's that work. All the above. I think the best way to explain it is I guess our team. We are in a little bit more freedom over the last five six seven years to be able to kind of even manipulate the schedule on road trips a little bit to bagan some golfing though so we'll probably play like twice a month during the season. Which is solid Mostly on the road coach. Kerr's amazing it. A go into a city will play. That night might have an early next morning but if we have an off day he'll give us a window to go play in the morning and then cash the plane to go to the next city and then we have the warrior golf team championship. Run a myself. Andrei igwe dollar klay thompson will play. We'd have some front office. Guys that will go out so we had to accrue whenever that wind opened up the group techs going. Hey time we plan where we're going so there's a. There's a golf culture for sure in. Our team is growing across the league. I think every year. I find like five ten guys that are either asking me about what club they should get or where they should get lessons. Or are asia coast cool which i'll bring in clubs on the plane type stuff so we get all those questions is by the by the year is pretty awesome to know. How much did you know that other people are enjoying the game. As much as i do because i think that was one thing especially for golf. Fans that stuck out about the last dance is how often jordan was like as soon as something was over a guy no no. We're going to go play golf. We're going to go play golf and be like a thing that is continually growing. I see andrea vall on twitter all the time. He's obviously you know a huge golf fan. But you know. I gotta be honest. I didn't really understand the depth of your game until you played in the ellie mae classic in two thousand seventeen. So what was you touched on high school golf but have you. Had you played in any golf tournaments since high school before you took on that challenge. Since high school tournament. We play the american century up. In lake tahoe. A play a maybe five or six summers out of out of the eight before i played nellie mae and that one is different experience. Because i think. If i'm on my game i should be like your top eight favorites a win even though haven't won it yet but when you get on alienate classic on the web dot com when it was a korn ferry now. I'm marie list. How far my game is from a professional that earns money is trying to carve out a career in this game. But i feel like i can hold my own so i had like this ghana irrational confidence in that respect but when i got not to the to the first day i i should say i did the practice round and all that really learning how they approach like the preparation for the week and a i'll put so much stress on like the practice rounds like trying to score and then i yo- you're gonna burn yourself out before that's thursday friday. That's not it. I learned that the first six holes. I was mad. I made a bogey or something like relax so it was. It was such a cool experience in five finals. Then play in front of nineteen thousand fans in crazy gentler russia's out in the court there is absolutely nothing to no way for me to really express how nervous i was on that i even had call him a name. I damn near blacked out on the on. The i just hoped i hit it got in the air it was. It was really kind of out of body experience so well. That's not your. It's not your sport sport. You go just go play. This is not your thing and you know you're doing it for a ton of eyeballs. Got to be that kind of feeling. One hundred percent and other thing that i learned which i don't think people appreciate washing these guys week after week after week is allies exhausted like mentally and physically Being in that mode for five hours straight like pre round during around post round. I get getting engulfed sheet. You know there's athletes out there but it's a different experience of staying locked in engaged in all the different ways that they approach kind of being on top of the game. It's is Is pretty awesome.
Aleksei Navalny Out of a Coma and Responsive, German Doctors Say
"Poisoned Russian opposition leader Alexey Navales condition has improved allowing doctors to take him out of an induced coma. The German hospital treating him said, Monday Navan any of high profile critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin was flown to Germany last month after falling ill on August twentieth on a domestic flight in Russia. German chemical weapons experts say tests show the forty, four year old was poisoned with the Soviet era nerve agent prompting the German government last week to demand that Russia investigate the case. The patient has been removed from his medically induced coma and is being weaned off mechanical ventilation. Sherry t hospital said in a statement. He is responding to verbal stimuli. It remains to early to gauge the potential long-term effects off his severe poisoning. It added that the decision to publicly released details of his condition was made in consultation with Navales wife. Nirvana had been in an induced coma and the Berlin hospital since he was flown to Germany on August twenty seconds for treatment news of his gradual recovery came as German Chancellor Angela Merkel's office indicated that she might be willing to rethink the fate of a controversial German Russian gas pipeline project a sign of Berlin growing frustration over Moscow's stonewalling about the case. German authorities said last week that tends showed proof without doubt that Nevada any was poisoned with a chemical nerve agent from the Nova Chalk group British authorities identified the Soviet Era Nova Chuck as the poison used on former Russian spy Sergei script. Paul and his daughter in England in two thousand eighteen. Russia. has denied the Kremlin was involved in poisoning. All knee and accused Germany failing to provide evidence about the poisoning that it requested in late. August. German. Foreign Minister Heiko Moss said Sunday that the Russian reaction could determine whether Germany changes its long-standing backing for the Nord Stream two pipeline which brings Russian gas to Germany under the Baltic Sea bypassing Ukraine. The chancellor also believes that it's wrong to rule anything out MERCKEL spokesman Stephane. Siebert told reporters Monday after being asked about mosses comments. Previously Merckel had insisted on decoupling the of all case from the pipeline project which the US strongly opposes in August three US Republican senators threatened sanctions against the operator of a Baltic. Seaport located in Merkel's parliamentary constituency for its role as a staging post for ships involved in building Nordstrom to Siebert caution that it was premature to expect Moscow response to the matter within a few days. But made it clear that Berlin wants answers soon? I can't express a clear time-limited station except that we are certainly not talking about months or the end of the year he said. German diplomats rejected the Russian suggestion that Berlin was to blame for any delay in investigating the case noting that navalny was I treated for suspected poisoning in the Siberian city of. On August twentieth. All evidence witnesses, traces, and so forth are in the place where the crime was committed presumably somewhere in Siberia said German Foreign Ministry spokesman Christopher Burger. The CO leader of Germany's opposition Green Party Robert Habat called on the government to take a stronger stance and buried the pipeline. The project divide Europe it is economically nonsensical and oversized, and it is wrong in security policy terms harbut said. Completing it would mean that Russia can do what it wants. This signal must not be sad. Mikhail Lubinov. The Russian envoy international organizations in Vienna voiced suspicions about the timing of demands to link the pipeline with an ovonic. Ace. Suspicious Coincidence Nevada case and the final stage of Nord Stream two construction which some states desperately wants to be closed I am not fond of conspiracy theories, but it is obvious that the tragic events with the Volney are very timely and helpful for opponents of Ns to he tweeted.
"stephane" Discussed on Impact Pricing
"Right so you might have value. So as you pick details, right so then young yet to be kept away you price value that you you don't tell me. To do you take into Consideration Reich with competitors? So it's able. Some. You would never get getting one hundred percent, right. Moving the right direction right After the value, right that could create. A competitive advantage. It's absolutely impossible to capture all the value and I often just tell people how do you read someone's mind to know how much they're willing to pay for something? So there's no way we could do it on a mass scale, but we can get closer and closer, and early in the conversation you said, we need to be directionally correct that was actually a phenomenal statement. Right we need to get better and better every time not just we're not going to get optimal. We get it. Let's get better. And this much will get better and getting better Bang Pisces important right because values expensive. Script value it's expensive. So you need to who to weekly the benefits of if did you make the quit fighting for the customer and if you don't do that then. You Miss is right. Expect coming down that you have. You get from the value wing? In growth emits quitting mobile and so that's that's any contact right? Very absolutely. Stefan. We haven't talked about this at all today, but but I always end my podcast with the following question, and so I've got to hit you with it. One piece of advice that you give our listeners that you think could have a big impact on their business. Accent question mark so I would say. Be. Creative. Question Yourself. Found foundling try things. Try Different things and you'd be surprised right that what you might think. Is, right my nut turned out to be right after he tried why It's important to me to Don't settle. For the best. indie creative right. So I, love that word be creative and you try different things and one of the things that often happens in companies is were so scared to change the price or test price and never change anything that we don't know what works and what doesn't work so. Then you up in. Your consumer. That might not be so horrible right fishing. It's a very good at a time. companies have to Decrease. Try. Things get better. I. Asked the way to compete. There's going to get better before you write that might them of them? You need pack right. That might be a really good way to say it. We need to get better faster than our competition is getting better now it's the critics ready to kill me. So interesting is that you think that that has hands. It's rational. It's very but true but at the same time into thinking about.
"stephane" Discussed on Impact Pricing
"Critic different. Defended Environment. With Alexei that the. You know right. When you said that you see them, it's like a blessing, the heart of company fishing, the pricing game, right? So you gotTa have. Who? Understand, the dynamics within the company who do the transplant right and keep the patient, right? So Immaculate creating groups ride. So I'm sort of. Reading. Different. Pass within my group pride. Making is device more I. would. Like to do is that one path in science the technical science to have a career within? The. Pass off. The team management. That's why I like to do. That's the. Living. Here is the affirmative, right So. Did you find it hard for you personally to learn the leadership or softer skills of the job, and by the way I am absolutely thrilled the you came from the data science side because most people who reach executive levels didn't come from that side. Mark Right. So I think that companies now realize the benefit of skating. Stems. probably the most the best example Muslim as who I mean. Changing. I that right on the On building a business, right The cheese in housekeeping systems. Kenwright. Who that's kind of the. Nazi and value and. Bobby some industries amid the bed another but the distribution industries different. To, be a beginning to the. Industry. Right Kennel pomo Kennedy's. Cases Right. will absolutely because there's so much data you've got the data science side that should make a lot of difference and then the question becomes how do we move them into management and leadership and so I think that's pretty fascinating. Let's talk about your career. You have one boss, but you have to work with many different departments. You have great ideas, but you can't seem to get them. DOPP, did face it. You want.
"stephane" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church
"And, there's a promise to. Including God into your plans. in proverbs sixteen, there's a uber's about it, but verse three says commit to the Lord whatever you do and your plans we'll succeed. So that's it's much that happen I mean. Most of the time, I don't do that at I try to figure it all out myself and then it doesn't work out. So then they kind of. Say Him sorry for that and start over. But recently, there was one time when I did that and then they started over the right way. And it was so fun to watch God turn out to be way better than I ever imagined more things. Happened from it than than I could have ever done when I planned it. So it's a promise our love that promise Karen it's God loves our plans and your plans will succeed just commit them to him and he will do exceedingly abundantly. Beyond anything we could ask the anchor Majid. It's crazy. It's just e takes it and puts it on steroids and does something beautiful with it is an interesting though how we we don't? We don't believe that in the moment. I don't believe that. I don't trust got enough that his way is best. What is it that in? What is it? That's in us. That makes us say. This I'm going to do it this way I don't need to pray about it I mean I'm guilty. No need to pray about it. You know. And and then you like you mentioned you come full circle and it's like, okay. Let's try it again. But. It's a real thing and it's convicting me of that countless times. But God's way is always best. You always seem to bring me back around to that point. Okay I'm sorry. Do it your way. And we win. When Stephane an I I got married. I was very surface believer. And he was an unbeliever and. When we got married our, we didn't have anything you know God in our. Ceremony thing know. mentioned. and. The first years of our marriage were. Very. Tough. Headed for divorce in about seven years. and. We decided to give our marriage to God I mean and what what he's done in just the past three years in our marriage I mean I couldn't love this man more than I do today. Because of what God has done in both of our lives. God's plan as long term I mean, he sees everything we're shortsighted I mean to me it shows are selfishness because To our selfishness, we'd lose bypass. The blessings of others because God had seen in has seen we'll see. Everyone included in these blessings. So it's not just for our selfish benefit and are selfish. Benefit is usually something we see for just that short period of time like, okay. Well, in a year, this is what I'm trying to get out of these plans that I'm doing God's thinking of your whole life. He's not thinking of a year or five years or ten years he's thinking about everyone involved in your life, your.
"stephane" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"To have the all the champions on. Charming record that because I'm empty headed stupidly positive coverage of what do you think of that are being eight champions? Isn't that amazing? No, it's awful. It is awful. Thank god. That's not one of my kids. That Toronto Raptors top the two time defending champion, Golden State Warriors one eighteen to one nine last night. Taking the opening game of the NBA finals and immediately after the game warriors dribble on Draymond green exchanged words with the raptors superfan Drake who was sitting courtside now wasn't clear. Exactly what was said, but it ended with Drake shaking his head and appearing to yell. Trash green and teammate Stephane curry who helped usher green away from the rapper during. Get almost fought like three months. Onset vanilla is better new don't get hooked by Drake. Do not argue with Drake. He's this is fun, good natured basketball trash talking. There was no imminent threats are danger or fist being cocked. Fair enough. Sean, for de-escalating breathless tabloid media coverage of Marshall. I think he said trash or nice, try something along those lines post game press conference green was asked about the so-called scuffle question about basketball wasn't really a scuffle because I didn't hit him. Hit it hit me. I didn't push him. He didn't push me we talked. We talked a little bit, but I wouldn't necessarily consider that a scuffle not really, what I personally will consider. Scuffing. Everybody loves Raymond. That was thoroughly.
What Can Earth's Deserts Teach Us About Martian Life?
"Hey brain stuff instead of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast that I think you might like dressed the history of fashion, join fashion historians, April Callaghan and Cassidy Zachary twice a week as they explore. The who what when and why of what we wear the history of fashion is a history of capitalism and culture, power dynamics in gender relations of politics, religion, and technology, full episodes drop on Tuesdays and beginning with season to April and Cassidy answer your questions in a fashion history mystery, Minnesota every Thursday find dressed the history of fashion on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here when it comes to searching for microbes on Mars, sending robotic Rover to the most arid environment on earth is a fine place to start as described in a study recently published in the journal frontiers in microbiology a team of researchers explored the extreme environment of Chile's Atacama desert. They wanted to develop strategies that future robotic explorers could use to seek out the hiding places of Marchin microbes in two thousand twenty both NASA and the European Space Agency will launch their first life hunting Rovers to the red planet. The Mars twenty twenty and Exo Mars Rover missions respectively. So mission managers will need to know where to look the other comma desert is about as extreme as it gets for life to eke out an existence not only is the region bone-dry. The core of the desert doesn't get any rainfall for decades at a time, but because of its elevation it also receives high levels of damaging all tra-, violet radiation. Plus, the soil is extremely salty these. Factors should make the Atacama desert toxic for life. But according to team leader Stephane pointing a professor at Yale and u s college in Singapore, some of the bacteria just below the surface quote survive right at the limit of bid ability, and this is very good news for the prospect of finding microbes on Mars pointing team deployed an autonomous Rover mounted drill and sampling device in the Atacama desert to see if it could extract soil samples containing microbes down to a depth of eighty centimeters. That's a little over two and a half feet as a comparison samples were also dug up by hand through DNA sequencing, the researchers found that the bacterial life in the samples from both methods were similar confirming that these hardy bacteria exist, and the autonomous extraction method was successful this test run Shore's up hope that if similarly hardy microbes also thrived just below the Martian surface, a robot could find them, however, finding microbial bio signatures on Mars could be very challenging for remotely operated. Mars rover. The researchers found that the subsurface. Population of bacteria were extremely patchy correlating with increased salt levels that restricted the availability of water appointing put it this way, the patchy nature of the colonization just the Rover would be faced with a needle in haystack scenario in the search for Martian bacteria. Previous studies have described the BIC witness population of relatively unremarkable photosynthetic bacteria. The populate the surface of the desert in Chile, these microorganisms that get their energy from sunlight things start to get a lot more interesting and indeed more alien just below the surface pointing said we saw that with increasing depth that the bacterial community became dominated by 'Bacterial that can thrive in extremely salty and alkaline soils. They in turn were replaced adepts down to eighty centimeters by a single specific group of bacteria that survive by metabolising methane. These specialized microbes have been found before in deep mineshafts and other subterranean environments, but they've never been seen beneath the surface of an arid desert pointing said the communities of bacteria that we discovered were remarkably lacking in complexity and this likely reflects the extreme stress under which they develop. Finding highly specialized microbes that can thrive in the extremely dry salty and alkaline Mars lake soils in the comma desert suggest methane utilizing bacteria could also thrive on the red planet. Elevated levels of methane have been observed on Mars by various spacecraft over the years most recently measures made by Nasr's curiosity Rover, and that's a big deal, unearth, biological and geological processes generate methane and intern microbes can metabolize methane for energy. The discovery of methane in the Martian atmosphere. Could mean there's some kind of active biology going on under ground to confirm this. We need microbe seeking missions that will drill below the surface. And now we have a strategy to track them down should microbial life on Mars. It would undoubtedly be the most significant scientific discovery in human history. But in the proud human tradition of naming new things, what would we call our newly discovered? Marsh neighbors, would we just copy the system of how we name life honor pointing said the way we assign Latin names too. S real bacteria is based on their evolutionary relationship tweets other. And we measure that using their genetic code the naming of Martian bacteria would require a completely new set of Latin names at the highest level if Martian bacteria were a completely separate nary lineage that is they evolved from a different common ancestor to earth bacteria in a second Genesis event. Granted if we find the genetic code of Mars life to be similar to earth life. It could be that life was transferred from earth to Mars in the ancient past via a massive impact a mechanism known as panspermia. But if we find a truly novel genetic code that emerged on Mars, the implications for understanding of life would be profound pointing said if we find truly native Marsh and bacteria, I would love to name one and call it. Planeta desert him superstars, which translates in Latin to survivor on the desert planet. Today's episode was written by Ian, O'Neill and produced by Tyler claim for I heart media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other hearty, topics. Visit our home planet. Testif- works dot com. Hey brain stuff instead of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast that I think you might like dressed the history of fashion, join fashion historians, April Callaghan and Cassidy Zachary twice a week as they explore. The who what when and why of what we wear the history of fashion is a history of capitalism and culture, power dynamics in gender relations of politics, religion, and technology, full episodes drop on Tuesdays and beginning with season to April and Cassidy answer your questions in a fashion history mystery Minnie's Minnesota every Thursday find dressed the history of fashion on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts.
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News in Brief 17 December 2018
"This is the news and brief from the United Nations the need for aid in the Palestinian territory has increased said Jamie McGoldrick UN humanitarian coordinator for the region. In a statement on Monday. Mr. mcgoldrick's comments were released as part of the twenty nineteen humanitarian response plan for the occupied Palestinian territory, which calls for three hundred fifty million US dollars to assist. One point four million people the maximum number that the UN can he said realistically reach in the current non-conducive political and resource climate the humanitarian coordinator described 2018 as a challenging year for you and agencies and aid workers in the region, particularly in Gaza since March over one hundred fifty Palestinians have been reported killed and more than ten thousand injured in connection with demonstrations along the Israeli border. Several tunnels discovered under the UN drawn blue line by his radio thirties, which marks the border between south Lebanon. Israel are in violation of a key UN Security Council resolution, that's according to the UN interim force in Lebanon UNIFIL, which said that it has dispatched technical teams to carry out site inspections, south of the blue line to ascertain the facts. His UN spokesperson Stephane Dujarric based on the UN's independent assessment of the peacekeepers have so far confirmed the existence of all the four tunnels close to the blue line in northern Israel. A further technical investigation conducted independently in accordance with its mandate. Unifil at this stage can confirm that two of the tunnels crossed the blue line. These constitute violations of UN Security Council resolution seventeen a one this is a matter of serious concern and UNIFIL technical investigations. Are continuing UNIFIL has OJT requested the Lebanese government to look into the existence of the tunnels, which Israel blames on HAMAs militants. And Graham, breaking satellite. Imaging tools developed by the UN have led to the first comprehensive account of the devastation suffered by the ancient Syrian city of Aleppo during years of brutal civil war. It's hoped. The study can now be used to help begin the reconstruction of one of the world's most historic places, satellite imagery, analysis from the UN institute for training and research or unit saw and cultural heritage experts from the UN educational scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO worked closely with historians architects and archeologists to compile the data. The technology allowed them to remotely assess the damage immediately following the end of the years long siege of east Aleppo and for the first time monitor areas, rendered inaccessible due to the difficult security situation and restricted access to the city. Introducing the report UNESCO. Chief old as we said that the technology provides a remarkable tool with unmatched precision for documenting and understanding heritage which could lead to the eventual recovery of the city code Aladdin. UN news.