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"stephane daycare" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:14 min | 3 months ago

"stephane daycare" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lists, which technically isn't in Utah. But what is it? We'll talk to a reporter who's seen it close up and the cost of Cove into the music of Cajun land where an accordion player in ST Martin Parish reminds us that they don't get paid for most soon concerts. I'm not sure how long I can hold out. I could hold out this alone if I end up having to have to get a real job. And not play music. I'm probably gonna be a very bitter person because my passion has been taken away from you. First turn newscast today is Saturday, November 28th 2020. Live from NPR News. I'm Giles Snyder hospitals across the country struggling to keep up with a sustained coronavirus surge. NPR's Amy held reports that officials are warning the holidays could worsen the situation. As Americans face a temptation to shop gather and travel. More than a half million Americans flew on Thanksgiving. Others are heeding the call to stay home Sunday through Thursday, T s a processed some four million at airports. That's seven million fewer than the year before. Corona virus is surging to new heights as well worsening doctor and nurse shortages. John Maskey, CEO of Triage staffing in Omaha, says early in the pandemic traveling nurses could meet the needs and hot spots. Now there's just demand in almost every single area. Alison Bell is a traveling nurse from Oklahoma, whose job has taken on a new dimension. I'm having toe hold patients hands because their family members are unable to get to the hospital in time before they die. Healthcare workers are expected to be first in line for a vaccine. Possibly available within weeks. Amy held NPR news. The Trump campaign is pledging to take its challenge to the election results in Pennsylvania to the Supreme Court, despite a federal appeals courts assessment at the campaign's claims have no merit. Asked. Face really was the latest legal setback among dozens for president Trump overseas. Now reports from northern Ethiopia say the capital to drive province Makelele, where dissident tplf forces are under siege is under heavy bombardment from the government Army The BBC's David Bamford reports. Aid workers in Tigre have confirmed a declaration texted to a news agency by the TPLF leader that medically a city of half a million people was being shelled. Ethiopian military has said it intended to seize the city within days, but would seek to avoid harming civilians. The Federal Army earlier said it had advanced to a Gula lesson 20 kilometers from Italy. Ethiopian government under Prime Minister Abby F. Med has rejected ceasefire demands from the African Union, saying it is engaged in a police action. The T p L F has rejected Mr Abbas blueprint for a more centralized Ethiopian state on Iran. Protesters in the streets of Tehran following the killing of Iran's top nuclear scientists. Most improper. Rosati was Shot and killed yesterday. Karim Sadjadpour is a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. I'll all accounts, Israel is the most likely actor to have carried out this assassination against factories are there On. Israeli leaders have long been concerned about the Iran nuclear deal and Jason Puree, and if they were trying to sabotage return to it, there was probably a few things that could have done more effectively. Iran Supreme leader issued a statement today promising to retaliate. Iran's president blamed Israel for the killing. This is NPR news. Least in Sacramento, California looking for the gunman and a deadly shooting at a mall. Authorities say one person was killed. Another has life threatening wounds. Sacramento police spokesman Carl Chan says officers responded to a call of shots fired at the Art Fair Mall just after 6 p.m. yesterday. The suspect Fled the scene. Private officer's arrival. And at this point our homicide investigators and a crime scene investigators have taken over this investigation, Police say. Despite early reports, this was not an active shooter situation. It appears to be an isolated incident. The mall was crowded with black with shoppers on Black Friday, European Union countries at odds over whether it's safe to open ski resorts for the winter holiday season. Teri Schultz reports with each government making its own coronavirus rules raises questions both for health authorities and 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 their resorts clothes 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 lot More than $2 Billion to shut down. Non EU member Switzerland reportedly plans to keep its slopes open for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels and I'm Giles Snyder..

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A Chilling Question Divides Europe: Open Ski Slopes or Keep Them Closed?

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00:54 sec | 3 months ago

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

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"stephane daycare" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:51 min | 3 months ago

"stephane daycare" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It was. I was biting the inside of my cheek not to laugh myself because the reaction of the audience was just phenomenal. We'll hear about what set the audience off. That's coming up on fresh air. First the news Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Sphere. The Trump campaign has suffered another sent back in its attempt to overturn the outcome of the election. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports A federal appeals court panel in Pennsylvania today tossed out a lawsuit that was seeking to undo the state certification of President elect Joe Biden's victory. One federal appeals court judge said the lawsuit lacked merit and failed to provide evidence to support the Trump campaign's allegations of widespread voter fraud. Attorneys for the president are vowing to appeal the case to the Supreme Court. But University of Richmond law professor Carl Tobias says that's a long shot. I think it's a thorough repudiation of what the plaintiffs are asking for, and I don't think the Supreme Court is going to be any more generous. Even without Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes, President elect Joe Biden would still win the election. Georgia, Michigan and Nevada have also certified results in vitals favor. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Both Republicans and Democrats are planning to more less flood the zone in Georgia despite the Corona virus pandemic, With two key Senate seats up for grabs. They're both parties, so they plan to have staff and volunteers knocking on doors and petty little runoff elections. Could you turn the balance of the Senate? They're slated for January. 5th racist paper Republican Senator David Perdue against Democrat John Aasif, Republican Senator Kelly Leffler against Democrat Raphael Warnock. Trump a second go to George's supportive GOP candidates. Congress will take up the annual defense bill when it returns from its Thanksgiving recess. MPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports President Trump has threatened to veto the measure over provisioned to rename bases carrying the names of Confederate officers. The National Defense Authorization Act is known for drawing bipartisan approval year after year, but it may hit a road block this year. The House and Senate passed their own versions of the defense bill, and now lawmakers must reach an agreement on a final proposal to send to President Trump's desk. But Trump has said he won't sign off if the bill carries a provision to remove Confederate names and symbols from military installations. Both versions of the bill include the plan, and it's not clear for Republicans will stay on board to keep it that way. If no agreement is reached, the defense bill may need to wait for a new Congress. And President elect Joe Biden to enact it into law next year. Clouding the solace. NPR NEWS Washington The Justice Department's quietly modifying the rules in terms of the way it can carry out federal executions, including no longer requiring death senses be carried out by lethal injection. Allowing other methods like firing squads and poison gas. Demented rule appears today in the Federal Register. On Wall Street today, the Dow up 37 points, the NASDAQ closed up 111 points. This is NPR. Local officials has a suicide bombing in an ice cream shop in Somalia's capital has killed at least seven people and wounded at least eight others. The bombing in Mogadishu being blamed on al Shabaab Al Qaeda linked extremist group attack occurred just hours after U S Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller visit the city. The U. S ambassador and military personnel. European Union 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 NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. It's not clear if the Corona virus pandemic has something to do with it. But demand for live Christmas trees seems to be up this year course the same customers. They're showing up earlier than usual, and they're more of them. Many Americans staying closer to home for the holidays..

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A Chilling Question Divides Europe: Open Ski Slopes or Keep Them Closed?

Fresh Air

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

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

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