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02:15 min | 3 months ago

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"With Sue Montgomery. Many of the leading figures in the failed coup in Turkey in 2016 were among the more than 300 people sentenced to life in prison. Four defendants, including the alleged coup leader, the exiled cleric Fittler Golan are still wanted Martin Patients, reports Among those found guilty of trying to overthrow President Reg Uptight about a man were 27 Air Force pilots. They received multiple life sentences after carrying out airstrikes on the country's parliament ever since the failed coup critics say President are the one has become increasingly authoritarian. Tens of thousands of people have been a Rashed, even a government tracked down More than 150,000 public sector workers would either sank are suspended from their jobs in total. Almost 3000 people have been jailed for life for their part in the failed coup. The pharmaceutical company. AstraZeneca is reported to be launching another global trial for its Corona virus vaccine. It comes after two different arms of the vaccines. Clinical trials seemed to produce different rain, self efficacy. Near me, grimly explains. In its press release, the Oxford AstraZeneca team published three figures on the effectiveness of their vaccine. They said it had an overall efficacy of 70%. However, this figure was a combined total from two slightly different arms of the trial. In the 1st 9000 participants received two full doses a month apart. That's appeared to have an effectiveness of 62%. The second was a smaller subgroup of just under 3000 people. These volunteers were mistakenly given half a day's followed by a full day's. It appears that must ache led to an effectiveness of 90%. Thousands of Argentineans have been filing past Diego Maradona's coffin to pay their respects to the football legend. Long Queues bill top with fans crying, singing or applauding. Katie once in is there The line stretched for several.

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Pennsylvania Republicans Sue Montgomery County Outside Philadelphia Alleging Early Vote Counting

Bloomberg Markets

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Pennsylvania Republicans Sue Montgomery County Outside Philadelphia Alleging Early Vote Counting

"Officials in Montgomery County, the suburban county just outside Philadelphia, accusing them of illegally allowing absentee and mail in ballots to be counted before Election Day. State law allows early votes in Pennsylvania to be processed. Starting today, President Trump has complained about a Supreme Court ruling that let's mail in votes that arrive after today to be counted. Through Friday. This voter is in line on

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Washington, DC - Parents of private school students sue Montgomery County health officer

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Washington, DC - Parents of private school students sue Montgomery County health officer

"Parents in Montgomery County whose kids attend private schools are continuing with the federal lawsuit against the county, including health officer Dr Travis Gail's, after Gail's announced late last Friday that religious and private schools would have to go virtual only like GPS. Maryland Governor Hogan quickly stepped in this week to reverse Gail's order. But the parents of non public school Children are holding two rallies tonight while Montgomery County Councilmember Craig Rice bashing Governor Hogan very clear criticized for this, but it is the absolute governor has always been prolific in terms of his absolute support of private over That has been his fans from the very beginning, and I said it before, and I'll say it again. The Maryland private school parents say they are protesting what they call a power grab by Montgomery County executive's

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Europe holds low-key VE Day commemorations due to virus

BBC Newshour

01:38 min | 10 months ago

Europe holds low-key VE Day commemorations due to virus

"Welcome to these after the BBC world service hello I'm James Menendez coming up today as the coronavirus tightens its grip on Brazil the world renowned photographer Sebasti O. Salgado tells us of the grave threat the virus poses to the country's indigenous peoples and takes aim at president Boston on he's bring more conflict mall destruction is becoming just as federation president also scaled back events to mark seventy five years since **** Germany surrendered to the allies victory in Europe day will have members of that moment here we are victorious exhausted my Darling we have really won the war I can't believe it the actor and the circus on the pitfalls of reading out all of the whole bit online for charity they'll be trips and stumbles on shore and it's it'll have a live feel to it including yes probably having to put up signs like back in five minutes festivities BBC news with sue Montgomery severely scaled down events are taking place across Europe to mark the seventy fifth anniversary of the defeat of **** Germany in the second World War big public commemorations was scrapped because of corona virus related restrictions Dania behind has this report investors still resonates these highly constrained circumstances where the final **** surrender was signed Germany's president Frank

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01:48 min | 1 year ago

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"News with sue Montgomery instant trump has said he will reinstate tariffs on US steel and all you many of the imports from Brazil and Argentina citing what he called unfair trade policies Chris buckler reports Brazil and Argentina with two of the countries to be given exemptions when president trump announced global tariffs on steel and aluminium but in an early morning tweets he said he was not enforcing the import taxes and they would go into effect immediately Mr trump appeared to link the change in policy to devaluations in the currencies of the countries saying it made it very difficult for US manufacturers and farmers to export the goods both the Brazilian Arjun tying governments are planning to raise the issue with Washington but the decision might also concern American businesses and consumers who ultimately pay the tariffs in an open rebuke to president trump's climate skepticism the leading Democrat Nancy Pelosi has told the U. N. climate conference in Madrid that her delegation is there to send a clear message that the US Congress his commitment to take action on the climate crisis is honoring clans one member of the US delegation set up locate by America's fossil fuel industry was hampering a broad consensus in favor of climate talks in which existed at state and city level I'm too much of corporate America earlier the U. N. chief until you go tatters open two weeks of talks from Madrid not McGraw the major focus of this meeting is on improving global plans to cut carbon dioxide but a key emerging theme is the question of climate in justice the sense that those who have done the least to cause the problem are the ones suffering the most many developing countries want to know who is going to pay for the irreparable damage.

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"sue montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:20 min | 1 year ago

"sue montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News with sue Montgomery the northern Irish polity that has been keeping Britons minority government to float has rejected the British prime minister Boris Johnsons renegotiated brexit deal the Democratic Unionist said they couldn't support the deal as it stands he said they were unhappy about customs and VAT proposals on the issue of concern to the Northern Ireland assembly at Stormont Chris page explains why the parties seeking guarantees that the changes would need cross community support do you peas bottom line has always been the tenimyu brexit arrangements should separate Northern Ireland from the rest of the U. K. economically or constitutionally under the storm of the family's cross community voting rules contentious measures require a majority of both unionists nationalists in order to pass that means the biggest parties the D. U. P. N. should fit in in effect have a veto it's understood the new proposals would give storm to vote four years after the end of the transition period but that couldn't happen if the assembly Wilson's operating presently it hasn't stopped from more than two and a half years sentient feeling resigned from the power sharing doubled governments after the D. U. P. statement hopes are fading but the final legal text of the deal will be ready to be signed off by E. U. leaders at the Brussels summit starting today item Fleming reports from Brussels this throws into jeopardy the plans choreography of the summit which would have seen Boris Johnson and the twenty seven other leaders approved a revised brags that deal when they meet this afternoon but the E. U. has been here before with to reason may I knew that support for the deal at Westminster wasn't guaranteed that swine negotiators tried to address the concerns of the D. U. P. and the unionist community in general and the new text of the agreement plus the E. U. says it could never give the Northern Ireland assembly an up front veto over the arrangements coming into force in the first place and that's one of the D. U. P.'s big demands the US vice president Mike pence in the section of state might compare a traveling to Ankara to urged Turkey to end its military offensive against the Syrian Kurds Barbara Platt Tasha reports from the Turkish Syrian border the US delegation is coming.

Why nobody wants to call it stalking

The Big Story

13:47 min | 1 year ago

Why nobody wants to call it stalking

"See you may have missed the details of this story unless you spend a lot of time online the young woman an instagram influence her named Bianca Devon's was murdered in Utica New York this this week. Please tell me that they believe that the suspect left this graffiti message on the ground saying may you never forget me photos. We're taking her and we're posted on social media or chat platforms. They were posted on there which sled people to become concern into contact. The Police Bianco was allegedly killed by Brandon Clark a man she had met online and that's also where her murder was posted in gruesome fashion and when the incident was first reported because of some of those details it was reported that she was stocked and stocking is an interesting and potentially accurate term for what allegedly happened but not according to police one of the other rumors were hearing is that there was a stocking incident a police spokesperson said she met with him willingly and that raises an interesting question if the victim met with her killer willingly does that mean it can't be stocking. How do we define that kind of crime? The story of Bianca's murder landed the same day as a threat on twitter which asked victims to share their experiences with their stockers. You'll probably not be shocked to hear that. Many of them had in fact met with their stockers willingly at some point most of them were sharing stories like that very vaguely and for the first time so what qualifies an incident the kind of incident that we clearly know can and does and in murder as stocking what options do victims have in. How are these crimes treated when they are reported if they are reported and what are the signs that all of us please most of all should be recognizing to help stalking victims before we all learn their story for the first time a really really ugly way? I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story. Julie loaned is an activist and educator around sexual violence and criminal harassment. She is also the creator of a project called outside of the shadows a project on criminal harassment in Canada so the first thing I want to ask you <hes> because of the incredibly disturbing story that made the rounds this week is when you see a a story like the one out of New York that I just described. What's the first thing that goes through your head a someone who lives this everyday well for me? The reason why this story was so upsetting setting was because it combined to other things that I have deep personal and professional connection to which is stalking criminal harassment and in cells and men's rights activists and kind of misogynous activists online and so to see both of those pieces come together. <hes> is really horrifying. What do you think happens in the media in sort of the hours and days after a story like this breaks because there's a ton of discussion around ended and immediately come sort of editorials and the discussion of cells and etc.? I'm really tired of people having hot takes about in cells or hot takes about even on long island stocking as though this is a new phenomenon and then it very quickly becomes sensationalized very quickly has yeah all of these sort of think pieces about it. We're talking about something as old as time. The assumption that women can't be trusted the assumption that women are telling you that they want something in but in fact they just want to be friends that women are using you that women are shifty. I mean these are like imbued. In most religious texts for example right like this is an old story and when it comes to stocking this is also something that women have experiencing for a very. Very Long Time and there's this real trend lately to act as though there's been some sort of uptaken it when in fact we know that technology apps different kinds of of things that are coming out are just new tools for an old form of violence and and most people who are being stalked even when most of it is online. They're still a kind of hurrell component to it. They're still someone following them physically showing up at their house showing up at their place of work and so I get really frustrated when people act look like Oh my God like people the Internet is like no. It's just another tool that we've given soccer's to us but the stuff has been going on forever. So why don't you lay out what is covered by stocking because this is one of the things things that that was the case in point in this recent story is that the the woman who was murdered had had a relationship with the alleged killer and maybe that means it wasn't stocking after all because the initial story said it was first of all. It's really really important for folks to know that the vast majority of victims of stalking are women. The vast majority of stockers are men even when the victim itself is a man men are more likely to be stopped by a man than by a woman and women are far more likely to be stopped by someone that they know and so so the idea that it can't be stocking if someone that you consented to meet with date sleep with Mary is absolutely false. Criminal harassment in Canada is an umbrella term that covers a whole array of behavior but the root of it is repeated an unwanted monitoring of some way shape or form of both the person the person's whereabouts so monitoring their home their place of work or monitoring folks around them so trying badgering their friends and family family to find out where that person is and the goal is really to that surveillance that monitoring that idea that you can't take a breath take a step without me knowing where you are and without you knowing that I'm watching you. How does that start in a typical typical case without asking you to point to one oftentimes especially when the two people know each other it starts with some semblance of conflict in that could be someone breaks up with you? Someone rejects you you know maybe they fired you from their place of work so there's really some semblance of a of a break in some way shape or form where the person says even politely. This isn't working out. You know I think we should go separate ways and then that person just doesn't let it go oftentimes it can also be in the in the context of I. I have a crush on this person. I really like this person and they're being nice to me and I'm taking it is an indication that they're interested in me and so I'm going to escalate the behavior oftentimes like intimate partner violence for example starts in a seemingly kind of small way where the person might think am. I reading too much into this. Maybe they just happened to be there. Maybe they're just really invested in my social media content and that's why they like all my posts in there the first person to comment on my photos and then oftentimes it's slowly escalates from there which is what contributes to the victim feeling. Maybe I'm just being dramatic and like this person's just being nice or maybe they're just awkward and I'm reading too much into it and oftentimes by the time they realize the full breadth of what's going on. It's actually been going on significantly AH longer than they thought well one of the other reasons we wanted to talk to you is because there was a huge threat on twitter this week that I think <hes> probably was not surprising at all to a lot of people and then extremely surprising to some can you tell me about it and maybe sort of read me the first post and a couple couple of examples so a twitter user named Michelle Guido asked women dear women. If you are comfortable please share your stalker stories below on this thread the idea that this is rare needs to stop re tweet to help spread awareness enough jeff enough and similar to the METOO Hashtag similar to been raped never reported hashtag women flooded the thread with their stories and what was so interesting to me but devastating was how. How tweet after tweet after tweet was a classic case of stocking both from an emotional standpoint but also from a criminal standpoint like these are things that meet the legal threshold in this country anyway and women had imbued self-doubt out into the tweet itself so this idea of I don't know if this is really considered stalking but I had this guy in high school or I don't know if this really counts and that is so heartbreaking to me but so unbelievably common that women have these experiences that until someone puts a label on it? You hadn't really thought of it in that light you just thought this kind of crap and thing that happened to you in high school or maybe this weird experience you had at this particular job and so oftentimes it's only in hearing other people's stories that they start to kind of put the pieces pieces together and realize why have every right to have released wrong feelings about the experience because it really was a criminal act. The you mentioned been raped never reported how often is stalking reported like the incidents described in in that thread stalking like all forms of gender-based violence in this country is incredibly under reported. It's oftentimes reported in the context of other crimes so this person vandalize my home which means they were watching my home home which means a criminal harassment charges added on even when you're looking at policing criminal harassment charges rarely stand on their own. They're oftentimes attached to an intimate partner violence charge show you know battery and stocking fucking vandalizing something stocking impersonation hockey into their computer like all of those kinds of things so it's oftentimes that's how women will sort of tell that story and again in Canada because it's referred to as criminal harassment and not stalking oftentimes women. I don't even know what criminal harassment is. I don't even know what the threshold is so they just sort of tell the story and if you're lucky you have a detective or a nine one one dispatcher who can read between the lines and figure out okay. This is actually what the root of what's happening here but it's really often seen as sort of adjacent to a more serious crime and that's something that I am personally trying to advocate to change is that criminal harassment in and of itself is a form of terrorists wrestler terrorizing another human being. It's psychologically damaging and I don't need to and I shouldn't have to physically assault you for that criminal harassment to be taken seriously. What is the threshold for people who don't know where might have a story that they questioned whether or not it reaches up while I wish I could tell you what the threshold is but it's very vague in the criminal code and so oftentimes it really is up to the nine one one dispatch or the detective? That's working on your case to see the tear in your is a case in in Montreal right now with Sue Montgomery who's the mayor of one of the outlying verbs in Montreal who by her definition has been stocked by man for over twenty years he started stalking her when she was a journalist and then when she became elected he had other opportunities to Harasser just this month the judge concluded that what he was doing absolutely was stocking absolutely was criminal harassment but because sued did not that show fear when she confronted him and there's video evidence of her confronting him at one of her events because she did not look afraid it did not meet the threshold of criminal harassment what yeah that's insane. It's absolutely insane and it enrages. You just need to my core. Because what are women supposed to do if I show that I'm upset visibly then I'm dismissed as an unreliable witness. I'm dismisses hysterical. I'm dismisses like Oh my God like get over yourself and then additionally in this culture that we're in right now so much of the response around me to women just kind of stand up for themselves. These men don't know what they're doing. They're not reading your signals. There's miscommunication unless you put your foot down. How is he gonNA know okay cool? Put My foot down and now you're saying well. I didn't look. Look scared and being scared is the threshold that is not okay like what are women supposed to do like who is the right person to be taken seriously when it comes to criminal harassment and so I what happened to sue is horrifying <unk> horrifying but it's incredibly common and so- criminal harassment is on one case you know repeated on wanted all of those kinds of things contact contact with your family surveillance but you also need to meet this criteria of showing fear and reasonably had a reason to be afraid of this person will who decides that and if it's a judge what are they using to decide that oftentimes some pretty archaic stereotypes of what steer looks like particularly early in women and so you have women were going through the process where putting themselves out there and are being shut down by the legal system because you just didn't look afraid enough like we should be outraged that you mentioned a few minutes ago that it <hes> It depends on whether or not you get a good detective who understands it. How much education is they're? They're left to be done in how how variable I guess is the police response when this is reported the police response to gender-based violence writ large is horrifying. It's terrible I mean I it's just like it makes me inarticulate like it just makes me so angry about the response in general but when it comes to criminal harassment in my case like personally I've contacted police on three separate occasions for Chris Three separate people who were harassing me in a way that met the criminal code in all three cases the police absolutely believed it was happening but they didn't really do anything about it and so you know okay on the surface great you can see you know here. Are the messages here.

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Jacob Zuma Says Corruption Allegations Were a Conspiracy to Oust Him

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00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Jacob Zuma Says Corruption Allegations Were a Conspiracy to Oust Him

"BBC news with sue Montgomery the former south African president Jacob Zuma has denied breaking the law in his dealings with the group to family three wealthy brothers alleged to be at the center of a web of corruption during his time in office he was speaking out to judicial inquiry into the allegations was this woman said there had been a conspiracy within the governing and see which had led to him being labeled the king of corrupt people that has been I drive to remove me from the city I wish that they should disappear in it that rises out of perhaps my what can the agency and also because of who I am

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04:52 min | 1 year ago

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"With sue Montgomery, the US led coalition has said that it's war in the Islamic state group in Iraq and Syria has unintentionally killed more than one thousand three hundred civilians since twenty fourteen the figure far lower than that estimated by groups monitoring, the conflict are buffets analyst Sebastian Nassir reports, there's no doubt about the devastating firepower at the US led. Coalition is brought to bear in its war on I s in four and a half years. The coalition is carried out, moving thirty four thousand airstrikes the devastation in parts of the two main strongholds Raca in Syria, and Mosul in Iraq, reveals scars left by the offensive. The coalition says it did all it could to minimize casualties is now knowledged a higher figure four civilian deaths, but it's still nowhere near the numbers estimated by others monitoring the conflict with one independent group Aero's saying the real toll could be between eight to nearly thirteen thousand civilians killed the authorities in. Uncivil have ordered the expulsion of a Russian UN official accused of helping to obstruct the police in Serb areas. He was arrested in northern Kosovan Tuesday. Here's our Balkans correspondent guide Alani, fueled a to expel Macau, Christmas, shore cough, came directly from Kosovo Prime minister, Brummel Shara denying. He said, the UN official had violated the constitutional order of Kosovo, universal values. Peace and stability. Russia's foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov Colby, expulsion, very serious issue and said, Pristina, enjoy the feeling of impunity because of western sponsorship, the Trump administration's at wants to work with Mexico to tackle illegal immigration day after President Trump threatened to impose new tariffs on imports from the country. The White House votes woman said Mexico should be willing to help fix what she called the problem, the volume of the peso has suffered as have some stocks are North America editor John Sopa reports. Mexico is now America's biggest trading partner importing medical instruments high-tech 'cause machinery, and huge amount of fresh agricultural produce like accardo's. And that means the introduction of sweeping tariffs will be felt immediately by American consumers at the supermarket checkout, if there's retaliation that'll hit American exporters already reeling from the trade war with China. The president has strong support for dealing with the problem of illegal immigration on the US Mexican border. But has he chose in the correct weapon with which to fight it in an increasingly acrimonious trade dispute between China and the United States retaliatory Tara spy, Beijing on sixty billion dollars worth of US goods have come into effect earlier this month. The US raise tariffs, some two hundred billion dollars of Chinese products to twenty five percent world news from the BBC. The democratic presidential contender Elizabeth Warren says US law must change to allow a sitting president to be indicted, for criminal activity, including obstruction of Justice. The Senator said, no president was above the law earlier this week. The special counsel, Robert Muller, confirmed Justice department policy had prevented him from bringing charges the Kenyan president's office says who can Yata has become the first sitting head of state to visit and pray at a mosque Mary Harper reports dressed in long, white robes and wearing a white cap with a scoffed drowned his shoulders Mr. Kenya to joint Muslims in prayer at Jami mosque in the capital Nairobi, he called for unity in Kenya and said the Muslim community should work closely with the government in its fight against extremism group has shebab has carried out a number of devastating attacks in Kenya, including the siege of shopping mall and an attack on a unit. Diversity in which nearly a hundred and fifty people were killed. It also carries out regular attacks near the border with Malia local officials say, at least fifteen people have been killed by Islamic militants in central Mozambique, eight of the dead were mutilated and burned inside their car seven others were killed nearby. The attacks said to been carried out by group called al-shabaab which has no known links with the Somali group of the same name. Russia's government, run polling organization, says trust in President Putin has more than doubled one day after the Kremlin criticized his earlier findings. The agency said the change was due to forty called new methods of gauging the public's views on Thursday at published a survey showing trust in Mr Putin as a new low of just over thirty percent. But the Kremlin spokesman questioned the results saying, Mr Putin's approval.

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"sue montgomery" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

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02:21 min | 2 years ago

"sue montgomery" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Two fifty three R Kelly remains in jail after failing to pay one hundred thousand dollars bail K H O U TV reporter, Chelsea Irving court. Prosecutors brought to light to previously unknown pieces of evidence DNA from two of the victims. That is a match or preliminary match with our Kelly. The attorney for two of the victims says this case took so long to come to light because Kelly and his handlers had a history of paying off or intimidating witnesses, obstruction of Justice and destroying evidence prior to Kelly's two thousand eight trial. He had a lot of people that assisted him and they did. So for one reason, and it's a disgusting reason, it was all done in the interest of money. Prosecutors say one of the alleged victims met Kelly while he was on trial for child pornography in two thousand eight he's been accused of sexual misconduct for years, but has denied all allegations before meeting this week between President Trump in North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN secretary of state Ma. Mike Pompeo says that the country remains a nuclear threat, but he says he's confident North Korea will continue to show a commitment to nuclear core sectors, the core UN Security Council resolution sanctions we've said consistently full verified nuclearization, that's the standard for relieving those sanctions that policies not changed since I think since the tape President Trump took office on pale was on CNN's state of the union. President Trump has tweeted North Korea is no longer a nuclear threat going against reports from intelligence officials. The president has said everything is on the table when it comes to negotiations which is prompted concerns about a lopsided deal between the two countries report by the UN is highlighting the human toll the war in Afghanistan taking on the country's civilian population. Here's the BBC news. Correspondent sue Montgomery within three thousand eight hundred people dying an increase of eleven percent in the previous year's figure this being pronounced increase in suicide attacks against civilian targets as the Taliban step top. It's. Campaign against the government of president Ashraf Ghani. The UN report says many civilian casualties of also been caused by airstrikes by the American lit international coalition, fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan, the UN special envoy to Afghanistan says that the growing number civilian casualties is deeply disturbing and unacceptable. Traffic.

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02:23 min | 2 years ago

"sue montgomery" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"BBC news with sue Montgomery a plane carrying sixty wounded who see rebel scientists has left. The Yemeni capital Saana, the magical evacuation is meant to ease. Tensions ahead of planned peace negotiations between the huskies and Yemen's government. Alan Johnston reports the wounded rebels were flown out to neighboring Oman received treatment the flight was approved by the Saudi led military coalition it backs Yemen's government and normally blockades airport. The evacuation is being seen as a confidence building measure intended to smooth the path for peace talks, the UN hopes to bring the warring parties together in Sweden, perhaps within days the last attempt to broker talks ended in failure, partly because the rebels were permitted to evacuate their wounded ahead of the negotiations. The UN secretary General Antonio Guterres has told and. An international climate summit that the world is way off course in its plan to prevent catastrophic climate change the conference aims to flesh out promises. Made in the twenty fifteen Paris climate deal. David shook men reports three years ago the world came together to launch the Paris agreement under which countries promised to cut their greenhouse gases. But they now need a set of rules to do that in many countries like the host nation Poland. A heavily dependent on coal the dirtiest fuel the talks commerce. Global temperatures are set to continue their rise and developing countries that are most vulnerable to rising seas and stronger storms are anxious to see concerted action. And with Donald Trump saying he wants the US to leave the process. The outcomes are uncertain the British government's top legal adviser has confirmed. The concerns of many MP's about the controversial backstop element of the EU withdrawal agreement. It's intense. To guarantee that goods would continue flowing across the UK's border with Ireland in the absence of a new trade deal. The attorney general Geoffrey Cox said that if it was implemented Britain, and the EU would need the author's consent to end it. He said it was for politicians to assess how likely that was to happen. Probably make no bones about the Northern Ireland protocol. Subsist?.

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

"sue montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Heavy metal grandma heading your way after the knees. BBC news with sue Montgomery. The Turkish police say they believe a Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. It's been murdered inside the scientific consulate in his stand. Boo. They presented no evidence for their conclusion. But Mr. Shaw gear has not been seen since he went inside the building on Tuesday to obtain marriage documents Saudi officials have called the accusation baseless, one of Mr. Shaw gives employers the Washington Post newspaper has said that if true is killing was vile crime. Mark Lowen reports he is a very high profile dissident of the Saudi government. Some sources saying that a group of fifteen Saudis, including some officials in Riyadh arrived at the consulate here in Istanbul. Last Tuesday, they believe these sources within a tax government that group of fifteen were some kind of hit squad the Saudi government saying this is completely baseless. But if it turns out to be a state sponsored murder here on Turkish. Soil of is very high profile. Saudi critic it would plunge Turkish Saudi relations to an unprecedented crisis. President Trump has the confirmation of his nominee covenant to the US supreme court has an historic victory with Republicans controlling the White House and congress Mr. Kavanagh's appointment now insurers a conservative majority on the highest court. Mr. Trump told supporters such valley in Kansas, the Democratic Party campaign against his nominee had failed. And I want.

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03:49 min | 2 years ago

"sue montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"BBC news with sue Montgomery, badly, damaged infrastructure and a shortage of heavy lifting. Equipment are impeding. Rescuers trying to help victims of Friday's earthquake consumer NAMI on the Indonesian island of from where Rebecca cat sent. This report teams of local people digging with their hands managed to pull twenty four people from the rubble of an eight story hotel in Palo that collapsed when the huge quake hit the hotel owner co Jeffrey told local media that he can still hear people crying out for help. They have no heavy lifting equipment to rescue them with vice-president. Use of Karla has said the death toll could be in the thousands, the four-times closest to the epicenter of the Quaker cutoff and the extent of the damage. There is unclear survivors say food and water. Running out Elon Musk the billionaire co founder of. US electric car maker. Tesla has agreed to stand down as its chairman to avoid a fraud. Prosecution by federal regulators, he'll remain Tesla's chief executive officer that he and the firm we'll each pay twenty million dollar fine. The case stems from a tweet by Mr. mosque in August that he had the backing to retake the company into private hands. Tesla shares soared briefly on the news, which proved untrue. Thousands of opposition activists in the Democratic Republic of Congo has held a peaceful rally in the capital Kinshasa three months before elections of June seven parties were represented for candidates hoping to replace President Joseph Kabila whose retained power beyond his constitutional mandate. One opposition leader barred from running the former warlord Joan Pierre Bemba told the crowd they must unite behind a single candidate. This is a grave. Our my brothers and sisters a grave our for our country. If we don't make provision right now, we are going to be surprised by what is being planned by those in power. We must put an end to the regime that has desolation to our country for the past seventeen years Macedonians averting a referendum of whether to change their countries. Name to north Macedonia to end, a decades-old dispute with Greece the worries that our social media campaign to suppress turnout could invalidate the referendum. If too few Macedonians vote, his guide Alani twenty seven years of argument between Greece and Macedonia may finally be ended by a single word Athens has long insisted that its northern neighbor's name implies a territorial claim on the Greek region of Macedonia and people in the former Yugoslav Republic have been equally assertive about their identity. Now Macedonians of voting on a compromise. The yes. The vote isn't a foregone conclusion. The referendum will only be valid if more than fifty percent of the electorate takes part bbcnews Britain's governing conservatives are gathering for a conference in Birmingham with the piety deeply divided over the prime minister's approach to Brexit. Theresa May has accused those who refuse to back her plan of undermining the national interest butter. Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson who resigned over the issue has stepped up his criticism calling her proposals deranged, President Trump has shed new light in his relationship with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN he said, the two sides had been close to war before his diplomatic engagement, and now Pyongyang had stopped its nuclear and missile tests. Mr. Trump was speaking at a Republican election rally in West Virginia that was a big big problem. And you know, the interesting when I did it, and I was really being tough. And.

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Pope Francis reportedly has no intention of resigning

Atlanta's Morning News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Pope Francis reportedly has no intention of resigning

"Five delays poor six thirty first here's John Higginbotham and Amanda Moyer whilst you. Normally prosecute drug cases banana Atlanta solicitors arrested and charged with drug possession channel. Two action news legal analyst Esther panicked says DJ merriment was stopped for. Speeding duly. County he asked how much marijuana she. Hadn't vehicle and. She said none And then they found two joints Merriman is now on administrative leave until an internal investigation is completed Italian media reports

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People plucked from rooftops as Indian floods kill 324

Jon Marks and Ike Reese

01:04 min | 2 years ago

People plucked from rooftops as Indian floods kill 324

"The Indian prime minister Narendra Moody's arrived in the southern state. Of counter to see from the devastation caused by what's being. Described as the worst flaunts there in a century weeks of, rain of triggered landslides and floods killing more than three hundred people and leaving hundreds of thousands homeless troops have. Been deployed to help the rescue effort and helicopters have been airlifting people to safety the chief secretary of Carolina State Tom Jones told the BBC many people. Have been forced to seek refuge and emergency centers we have not, seen this kind of fury of mind so and so this has been quite unprecedented and. I Gotcha more than three hundred thousand people displaced from their homes we, have put, them up in shelters shelters and Public buildings might have camps for them. In school buildings and so on and so those people are living. In that area because they cannot check back to their origin

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"sue montgomery" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"sue montgomery" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The BBC news. With sue Montgomery white tongues economic advisor has said the Trump administration is monitoring. The. Financial situation in Turkey very closely following the dramatic phones. In its currency Kevin Hassett said the selloff could not have. Been prompted by. The president's decision to impose additional tariffs on Turkish. Steel and are you minium exports as the sector made up only a tiny part of the Turkish economy the Turkish president type era do said his country is under siege from Mr. boo Mark Lowen Turkey. Is now in full blown, currency crisis it's lira crushing last Friday by eighteen percent and still, falling there, were warnings its economy was overheating fueled. By credit and construction, but the collapse was sparked when Donald, Trump, hit Turkey with sanctions and tariffs over its continued to Attention of an American, pasta president. Adwan is stoking conspiracy theories among his nationalist base with talk of foreign plots, rejecting an interest rate rise that could help he. Instead hit out of the US Cuba has begun three month period of public debate and its new constitution which emits. The aim of building a communist society in favor of simply focusing and socialism it also recognizes private. Property and opens the door to gay marriage will grant reports ordinary people have. Their. Doubts about some of these steps in particular about how. They might benefit from the plan to allow private property perhaps. The biggest debate. Though will be over the legalization of same sex. Marriage the measure is backed by Rao Castro's daughter Maria Castro who heads the country's sexual health institute Roundly rejected by the church in several denominations have been active in. Distributing material against including gay marriage in the constitution many pastors have directly instructed their, congregations to vigorously opposed to measure at these public debates European charity that runs a rescue ship in the Mediterranean as again code and. You governments to allow it to dock to let the hundred and forty one. Migrants aboard disembark the boat rescue the migrants, in international waters off the Libyan coast on Friday Officials in Ethiopia say. At least forty people have been killed in the east of, the country this folks men for the aroma region said all of the. Dead where. Ethnic Oromos here's Mary Harper a paramilitary force from the neighbouring Somali region has, been blamed for the killings the Somalis and aromas have fought periodically for years in Ethiopia often clashing over land and water. There's been talk, of political interference in the recent violence. Which comes at a time of great change in Ethiopia the new prime minister of the med has. Introduced sweeping reforms, but so far he's been unable to find a solution to the Somalia Romo problem bbcnews mass funeral. Has been held in Yemen for children killed in an airstrike but the Saudi led coalition on Thursday at least twenty nine children were among those. Killed in, the air rate, in Boston Diane in Saada province mourners raised pictures of the children And shouted slogans against Saudi Arabia and the United States Chilies, recently appointed culture minister has resigned after criticism over comments he. Made in two, thousand fifteen about a human rights museum Maurizio has said. The museum's purpose was to shock visitors and, manipulate history the museum of history and human rights documents abuses during the military government of acoustic finish from nine hundred seventy three to nineteen ninety The Malian opposition leader Somali CC says he will. Reject the results of Sunday's presidential runoff speaking, to supporters he said the poll had been fraudulent and called and Malians to rise up We will no longer accept results have been fiddled with we will no. Longer accept lies we will no longer accepts tampering and. We will no longer accept buying of conscience we say no to the dictatorship of fraud. Molly will not. Be built on fraud we will not accept that Amalean president elected by fraud The incumbent Abraham Boubacar keta who won more than forty percent in. The first round is widely expected to win the election A scandal over a holiday in Iran is caused the Norwegian fisheries. Minister his job there Sundberg resigned after trying to deflect criticism about going in the trip without. Informing. The prime minister's office he also breached security, protocols by takings mobile phone. Country that doesn't have security cooperation with Norway Mr. Sandberg went.

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Alphabet profits jump despite record EU fine

Rich Zeoli

03:56 min | 2 years ago

Alphabet profits jump despite record EU fine

"The BBC news with sue Montgomery the white town, says President Trump is considering taking away the security clearances of six former intelligence and law enforcement officials this. Seeks include the former CIA director John Brennan I'm the former FBI director James Comey speaking at a press briefing the. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders accused the Sikhs of making unsubstantiated. Claims, up about Mr. Trump's relationship with the. Russian government the president is exploring the mechanisms to remove security clearance because they've politicized and, in some cases monetize their public service and security clearances making baseless accusations of improper contact, with Russia and the fact that people were security. Clearances are making these baseless charges provides inappropriate legitimacy to accusations with zero evidence the authorities in Kenya have used bulldozers to Destroy the homes if more than. Thirty thousand people in Kibera sprawling informal settlement in, the capital Nairobi the Kenyan government says all the structures for illegal and, had to be cleared to allow construction. Of a new. Road the BBC's wrong cliff Oded, witnessed the demolition off, movers descended on their homes at around five in the morning and they were caught unawares many. One able to salvage most of their, belongings a. Section of the affected population, is also arguing that the fourteen day, notice that they, were given. Was not. Enough to enable them relocate the father condemned the demolitions claiming. They were not fully briefed on. The compensation modalities when we visited the area we will meet by of, women and children were looking very depressed Russian investigators say six prison guards have been detained after video emerged. Showing staff brutally beating an inmate the video shows the inmate handcuff and being held face down as gods took it. In turns to hit him here's Sara Raynsford The thing captured in, this video was brutal and sustained all. This took place over, a year ago in the central Russian town of Yaroslavl if gaining my car fit complain at the time but, an inquiry vault there was nothing wrong with his treatments then last week the shocking ten minute, video emerged six suspects were. Detained, today but human rights activists say such abuse. Is commonplace in Russian prisons the lawyer who passed that video onto the press has now left the country after reporting threats Google's parent company alphabet is, posted better-than-expected earnings on the back of increased appetizing demand sending its shares. Soaring by more than three, percent the tech giant posted a twenty six percent rise in revenue. To nearly, thirty three billion dollars in the second. Quarter analysts say the results will allow the company, to easily absorb a record five billion dollar fine imposed last week but, the EU which accuses Google of abusing. Its market dominance In smartphone software BBC news Italy says it's agreed that ships with rescued migrants on board will be able to talk in Italian ports, at least until the, EU devise a strategy to address the. Third distribution of, people the government wants a policy. To be devised within the, next five weeks last, month, lease new government refused to accept. Migrants, aboard the rescue ship Aquarius more details are emerging about the extent of a sexual abuse scandal. Within the Chilean Catholic church the public prosecutor in Chile says his team is investigating one hundred and fifty eight members of the church. His Candice yet the public prosecutor Luis Torres said they were investigating abuse of children and adults committed mostly over the last. Two decades he said the abuses who included bishops and priests at. Funded against more than two hundred and, sixty victims mainly children and Niger leci- the abuse scandal in Chile has.

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BBC, Mandela and Thailand discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

01:23 min | 2 years ago

BBC, Mandela and Thailand discussed on BBC World Service

"Hello and welcome. To Newsday from the BBC World Service Lawrence Pollard. I'm Clement Donald flights between an era resumed today, we'll talk about the symbolic importance. Around this story but also the hopeful business opportunities both countries that may folly also. Deploys, rescued from the Thai cave discharged from hospital today. They finally returned to their families for a hug it's going to be the first time we hear from, them at a press conference century, after his birth Nelson, Mandela is still inspiring people but also provoking debates he should. Have done like free and not sell us out Let's numbers of owning company in the. Business, tech giant Google faces a big fine from the. European Union's competition what stop the interview off day we speak to the Montclair speaks to the man who, walked twenty miles to get a, job and he got, his just reward all coming up lots more here on Newsday BBC news with. Sue Montgomery there's always is in Thailand say that twelve boys and their football coach were rescued from a flooded cave by divers, earlier this month aren't you to leave hospital later today earlier than originally announced Jonathan hairdryer ports from northern Thailand doctors who've been treating the rescued boys say they've recovered quickly from their ordeal the tile have tightly restricted access to the boys with.

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Former Malaysian leader arrested

The World

03:26 min | 2 years ago

Former Malaysian leader arrested

"Bbc news with sue montgomery there's continuing deadlock over judicial reforms in poland the president is insisting that the head of the supreme court margo santa gear star and davidge on this over sixty five must step down at midnight but the chief justice and she would return to work and wednesday calling the government's reforms a purge from warsaw here's adam eastern presidential aides of the sixty five year old chief justice pollen supreme court malgorzata gares dov will be retired and replaced a supreme court spokesman said mrs gears dove plans to defy the order go to work as normal on wednesday she says the move is unlawful because the polish constitution guarantees her term of office until twenty twenty since taking office pollens governing party has passed a series of laws to increase its control over the judiciary the former malaysian prime minister najib razak his spending first night in detention after being arrested over the disappearance of billions of donna is from government investment fund he will be officially charged in the morning and the malaysian news agency says he's expected to face more than ten counts of committing criminal breach of trust linked to a former subsidiary of the state investment fund one md he's denied any wrongdoing mexico's presidentelect under as manuel lopez comprador says he will invite pope francis to help restore peace in the country for more than two hundred thousand people have died in drug related violence over the past decade leonardo russia reports as the first left wing president in mexico's history mr lopez over a door has promised a very different style of government journey his campaign he said he wanted to find an associated solution to the violence caused by the powerful drug cartels he's now said he's planning to invite the pope as well as other religious leaders the united nations in human rights or facials to try to bring mexico together to achieve peace mr lopez over a door also said he'd take a fifty percent paycut when he's sworn in december and won't move into the presidential palace jianjun rio de janeiro has sentenced brazil's former richest man to thirty years in jail for corruption the giant said i had paid sixteen million dollars in bribes to former governor of real estate to secure contracts with companies mr pacheco says he'll appeal danube gala isn't sao paulo i cuba choose those wants the symbol of a bold booming brazil a selfmade billionaire his impair stretched from mining to oil in public works but on tuesday a judge in brazil sentenced him to thirty years in prison mr batches the has had one of the most spectacular fall from grace is in the corporate world just a decade ago here was amongst the richest people in the planet with a neck fortune of thirteen billion dollars he's currently under house arrest and is facing other charges of corruption bbcnews us media are reporting that the trump administration will rescind later today obama era guidelines which encouraged colleges to take race into account during the admissions process the policies were designed to boost racial diversity but the current administration argues that allow illegal race based discrimination critics say the move is a politically motivated attack on affirmative action the mayor of moscow.

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 Syria widens southwest offensive, U.N. says 45,000 flee Reuters

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

03:44 min | 2 years ago

Syria widens southwest offensive, U.N. says 45,000 flee Reuters

"Unac storage facility in russia that's after the news bbc news with sue montgomery a retired spanish doctor accused of stealing a baby from her mother and nearly half a century ago is appearing in court in madrid eduardo they lies the first doctor to stand trial in connection with the theft of thousands of babies during the regime of general francisco franco guy hedge coup reports dr villa is accused of taking a newborn girl from her mother without permission in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine and giving her to a couple for adoption eightyfive five year old doctor villa who denies any wrongdoing could face up to thirteen years in prison campaigners believe this case is part of a much wider practice which began in the late nineteen thirties at the start of francisco franco's dictatorship they say that babies were frequently taken away from unmarried mothers as well as from people identified as opponents of the regime syrian pro government forces are reported to have made their first significant capture of territory in a major offensive against rebels in the south west of the country our editors sebastian nassir reports this latest syrian government offensive has been brewing for weeks in the past few days it's begun in earnest with artillery and air bombardment now reports by activists and in syrian state media savvy armies taken to villages in the northeast of data province the strategy is familiar to cut rebel areas to smaller and smaller sections that are then brought to submission by mixture of bombing negotiation dir is not only where the syrian uprising began but a key strategic gharib the you un says the fighting is driven at least forty five thousand civilians to flee with that number likely to grow the government of malta says it's trying to find a diplomatic solution to avoid a humanitarian crisis involving a micro rescue vessel run by german charity more than two hundred migrants are aboard but the ship has been blocked from italian ports motor says it's looking to share responsibility for dealing with the migrants u n investigators and the democratic republic of congo say both government forces and militia groups have committed violations amounting to war crimes and crimes against humanity in kasai province emission folks reports from geneva county i province descended into violence two years ago following the death of a local leader during fighting with security forces caz is conflict has the un report says been characterized by horrific atrocities children have been forcibly recruited into militia groups and then ordered to decapitate their enemies government forces have looted and burned villages and raped and killed women and girls the u n investigators say drc's government must bring those responsible to justice and must provide support for the victims world news from the bbc this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake starting saturday female will no longer pay to shelter puerto rican evacuees on the mainland pima spokesperson will initiatives smith says the agency believes people who fled the island after hurricane maria should be able to return or find alternative shelter arrangements other housing options are becoming available now so when the extension was granted we sort of assess the need so that's why the deadline was set to june thirtieth out of about thirteen hundred evacuees nationwide one hundred twenty six or house in new york and thirty two are in new jersey most of them in hotels mayor de blasios continuing to put pressure on the federal government's released more information about hundreds of children in foster care who are separated from their parents at.

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"sue montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"sue montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Phone better for the uk to stay in the european union as chicken on hardtalk after the news bbc news with sue montgomery tensions between president trump and other world leaders over trade been laid bare ahead of the g seven summit in canada which starts later today in a series of tweets mr trump criticized canada the eu and franz for charging what he called massive tariffs earlier the french president emmanuel macron told reporters he would use the summit to try to change president trump's mind on trade because you don't want i will repeat to president trump the measures he's taken a counterproductive including for his own economy the me it's also a question of principle you can't wage a trade war between allies the french leader said he would tell mr trump that is measures by counterproductive and that he couldn't wage warren is allies president trump's protectionist tariffs a metal imports certain dawns with other g seven nations austria has announced it will close down seven mosque sound expelled several imams funded by foreign countries the chancellor sebastian court said the move was the crackdown on political islam with the details bethany bell sebastian could said parallel societies political islam and radicalization had no place in austria the authorities began an investigation earlier this year after images emerged of children playing dead and reenacting the world war one battle of typically in a mosque run by artis turkish organization around forty foreign funded imams could be deported the vice chancellor hines christian of the far right freedom party said muslims should not be the subject to general suspicion that he said that in recent years many terrorists had tried to the gym is their acts by calling on the koran since national monetary fund is reached to do with argentina i standby by loan of fifty billion dollars among other measures the countries agreed to cut public spending and to reduce inflation the finance minister nicholaas to hoffner set the amount and offer displayed the level of support for argentina stand by next is so israel we have agreed on stand access to the.

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"sue montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"sue montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Guys now panic whenever she walks into one of their shoulders quick gaby's give the microphone to a woman any woman all ants and a clash of conscience over abortion in ireland that's from our own correspondent with me pasco harder just after the news bbc news with sue montgomery residents in the southeastern corner of hawaii's big island have been told to evacuate immediately as fast moving lava from the eruption of the killer way of volcano approaches a major coastal highway the authorities are trying to open up another road that was blocked by lava for years ago to serve as an alternative escape route more from will leonardo the authorities in hawaii a warning that the lava which has been spewing from fissures in the ground may reach the one three seven highway in the next few hours cutting off a key escape route for residents bush fires ignited by the molten rock have also been spreading and officials have been going from door to door to warn householders if the lava flow meets the ocean it could release highly toxic gases into the air meanwhile the first known serious injury has been reported after man was hit by sputtering lava since may the eruption is forced around two thousand local people to leave their home homes the south korean president wouldn't jian spoken to president trump by phone to discuss north korea's recent threats to cancel the plan summit with the united states this korean presidential office said the two leaders agreed to work closely to ensure the success of the upcoming talks which due to take place in singapore on june the twelfth presidential elections take place in venezuela today in a poll boycotted by the main opposition and condemned by much of the international community voters are expected to choose the incumbent nncholas maduro despite polls showing his blamed for the country's economic crisis haiti watson is in caracas there's not much enthusiasm for these elections among most venezuelans the vote was supposed to be held in december but when mr madero brought the date forward with little notice his critics accused him of behaving like a dictator.

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Novartis lawyer steps down over payments to Trump lawyer Michael Cohen

AM with Michael Hart

02:32 min | 3 years ago

Novartis lawyer steps down over payments to Trump lawyer Michael Cohen

"Wnyc dot org this is wnyc fm hd and am new york bbc news with sue montgomery china has urged the united states are north korea to demonstrate goodwill to create conducive atmosphere for next month's summit between president trump and kim jong un pyongyang has threatened to cancel the talks if washington continues to press for its unilateral nuclear disarmament a chinese foreign ministry spokesman gang called and take and all signs sawyer one zero tommy all relevant parties especially north korea and the us should meet each other halfway and demonstrate mutual goodwill and sincerity to actively create a conducive atmosphere for their leaders meeting and realize the denuclearization of the korean peninsula and long lasting peace and stability earlier pyongyang angrily criticized the us and south korea for the resumption of joint military exercises and canceled this week's talks with seoul this was pharmaceutical company novartis says said it's top lawyer is stepping down over a one point two million dollar contract the company signed with donald trump's personal lawyer michael cohen novartis is lawyer felix erhard said it had been legal but was a mistake the company signed the one year contract with michael kunze consultancy company soon after mr trump took office mr cohen is currently being investigated by the federal authorities in the united states in belgium has rejected an extradition requests from spain for three former catalan government ministers who are being investigated over the region's unilateral declaration of independence from brussels gavin lee after six months in selfimposed exile in belgian tony come in murray shell surat ann lewis tweet today told they won't have to return to spain to face allegations of rebellion or disobedience and misusing public funds they hugged one another and their supporters cheered outside the court after the spa punish request for extradition was officially rejected the belgian court ruled that the list of allegations were not compatible with crimes recognized under a european arrest warrant the former castle and president us pushed him on remains in exile in germany awaiting a court decision on whether he can be extradited over allegations of misusing public funds the organizer of the gay pride week.

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"sue montgomery" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"sue montgomery" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Like berea after fifteen years leaving a still fragile nation there's so much work left to be done to reconcile like brand people now look to the politicians to deliver on the promises police in venezuela are accused of deliberately killing dozens of prisoners from one on my second what's happened that was a massacre they set fire to them with petro they killed them shot them like dogs also in the program is eating in restaurants putting your health at risk they contaminate the food supply by accident through food packaging materials and food processing equipment along the industrial food supply chain later beijing we have a problem the chinese spacelab about to crash land on earth but where you're listening to the bbc bbc news with sue montgomery israel has increased its military presence at the border with gaza ahead of a planned series of demonstrations over six weeks by palestinian groups organizers of the rally have pitch tents in five locations near the border ahead of the protests that's been dubbed the great march of return they have called for the demonstrations remain peaceful sebastian asher reports palestinian organizers hamas foremost among them have urged tens of thousands of people to take part in the first protest which falls on what palestinians call landay commemorating the killing of six on armed protesters in one thousand nine hundred seventy six israel is wary as tensions have once again been rising along the border with gaza the military's deployed moving one hundred sharpshooters while the foreign ministry's made clear it doesn't believe that hamas intends the protest to remain peaceful and some news just in reports from some gaza say one palestinian has been killed by really fire franz has offered to mediate in the conflict in northern syria where turkey launched a military offensive against kurdish fighters two months ago the french president emmanuel macron said he hoped that his country could help to establish a dialogue between turkey and the us backed syrian democratic forces the owners of the fitness power website and up warned that one hundred and fifty million user accounts of an access in a.

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Report: Ex-French president Sarkozy in custody as part of campaign funding probe

BBC World Service

02:17 min | 3 years ago

Report: Ex-French president Sarkozy in custody as part of campaign funding probe

"Bbc news with sue montgomery china's annual parliamentary session is closed with president xi jinping outlining nationalist vision of his country as a rising global power he spoke of the china solution to world problems john sudworth was there following the earlier vote to abolish the presidential term limits xi jinping's closing speech offered a glimpse of what he intends to do with his now unlimited indefinite power this is young we are ever more close to realizing the great rejuvenation of the chinese nation he said it's not the first time we've heard such phrases but this was a strongly nationalistic speech with the biggest applause coming for mr she's warning to taiwan and hong kong in particular that independence movements would be defeated judicial sources in france say the former president nicolas sarkozy has been taken into police custody he's being interviewed in connection with an investigation into alleged irregularities over a political campaign financing french media say the police probe relates to alleged funding from the late libyan leader colonel gadhafi during mr sarkozy's presidential election campaign in two thousand seven twentythree russian diplomats and their families are due to leave london today having been expelled by britain in retaliation for what the british government believes was a nerve agent attack orchestrated by moscow on saturday russia responded by ordering the expulsion of a similar number of british diplomats james robbins reports for britain this is both expulsion day and another decision day the russian embassy in london we'll say goodbye to it's twenty three diplomats ordered out by the prime minister as undercover intelligence officers as they leave theresa may and her senior ministers will consider possible next steps against russia after moscow's response on saturday expelling the same number of british diplomats will britain now decide to launch a second round of measures the united states and south korea are to.

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"sue montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"sue montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Coming up after the news on the bbc world service it's hardtalk with me steven saka it is one year since donald trump was inaugurated as us president and it's fair to say the white house has never seen anything quite like it whether it be his twitter feed his hiring and firing of staff or his apparent relish for outrage my guest today is anthony scaramucci who was for all of eleven days the president director of communications before he was dumped the policies that he's put in place are not racist and like i said african unemployment is at an alltime low thirty five you're low so he's doing something right in that community so listen you don't like his style most people the american media though like his style and i understand that but the style that he has got him to the american presidency that's anthony scaramucci on hardtalk after the news bbc news with sue montgomery hundreds of rare hinge of refugees living in camps along the border and bangladesh have staged protests against plans to send them back to me and my arm the repatriations are expects to begin as early as next week with more details here's i size asia editor and our senator match on the injured refugees living in camps chanted slogans demanding citizenship in myanmar on guarantees for the security before the other turn to the villages across the border they also demanded safe zones on the presence of un peacekeeping force in the home state of a kind bungalow they say is a desert reached an greement with myanmar to send back hundreds of thousands of hindu refugees the exodus began last august when myanmar's military launched a weiland campaign in response to our taxpayers gemmill lipton's taiwan is refusing to allow nearly two hundred extra flights to the island from china over the lunar new year because of a growing row over air routes tens of thousands of taiwanese people working in china return home for the new year holiday michael bristow reports at the beginning of the month beijing decided to start using a flight path that williams close to the midpoint between china and taiwan it had previously using rufus southbound flight now accusing them for planes going north to thailand says the real intentions to put political and military pressure on the island which china wants to.

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"sue montgomery" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"sue montgomery" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"A double your tfm dot org the news with sue montgomery reports from iran say more antigovernment protests have broken out in at least five cities demonstrators is said to have been confronting the security forces and the capital tehran and elsewhere state television said ten people had been killed during unrest on sunday night earlier president hocine brahimi sought to play down the protests as alan johnston reports in his remarks president rouhani seemed to try to take the heat out of the crisis he faces he said criticism and protests were not a threat he said they were an opportunity perhaps meaning they could bring about change for the better but a state television report on the overnight unrest revealed the intensity of feeling among some of the day demonstrators it said in one incident they fired on and tried to storm security force bases there have been calls at the protests for an end to the rule of the clerics emily tree court in israel has charged a palestinian teenager with assaulting two soldiers sent her village in the west bank ahead temimi antar cousin were filmed in a confrontation with the soldiers footage of the incident was widely circulated online your land now reports i had to me is charged with five counts of assaulting soldiers and with throwing stones a mother not a man is charged with incitement on social media and assault two weeks ago i hadn't a cousin who was also arrested were filmed confronting two heavily armed soldiers inaba sala telling them to leave the before shoving hitting and kicking the palestinians describe it is bravely standing up to israel's occupation of the west bank israelis accused have family of staging provocations and praised the restraint of the soldiers a planned visit to israel by the us vice president mike pence has been postponed for a second time he had been due to go last month but the white towns resheduled the trip to january following protests against president trump's recognition of jerusalem as israel's capital hundreds of women from the us entertainment industry including actresses directors.

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"sue montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:50 min | 3 years ago

"sue montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the shuttle and i have to guess we've made the sides writer and broadcaster simon water and the journalist and turkey specialist alif scott that's all coming up here on weekends though the world news the bbc news with sue montgomery the iranian revolutionary guards the bostian of iran's conservative leaders have warned antigovernment protestors they will face the nation's ironfist if the unrest continues the warning came after three days of protests intensified in the capital tehran and became violent and several towns the government confirmed the two demonstrators were shot dead in the western town of the ruined thousands called for the removal or death of iran's supreme leader ayatollah ali khamanei are they hamedani from the bbc's persian service says these protests differs significantly from previous ones next month is going to be the fortieth anniversary of the islamic revolution in iran after four decades this is the first i the people come out to the street from the beginning the your chanting against the regime itself and the supreme leader and this time after four decades yard chanting slogans and asking the monarch in the royal family to come back and take over which is significant which is totally different that what we have seen before the other differences from the first date even in a religious cities like calm were mashah people were asking for a nonreligious government the south korean authorities have seized a second ship suspected of transferring all products at sea to north korea in violation of un sanctions the panamaflagged tanker is being held at a port near the city of pyongtaek it has a chinese and burmese crew on friday south korea revealed it has impounded a hong kong registered ship for transferring six hundred tonnes of oil at sea to north korean vessel the sacked president of catalonia carlos pitched him on it's called on the spanish government to reinstate his regional government after elections gave proindependence parties a slim majority this approach and demong made the hence in a new year's video message to the catalan people recorded from selfimposed exile in belgium here's bill hayden colors puzder mall is a fugitive in exile he still faces criminal charges in spain over catalonia's unilateral declaration of independence boats regional elections ten days ago gave a narrow victory to the separatists and mr producer him insists that means he still the rightful leader of catalonia but the spanish authorities are showing no signs of compromise the.

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sue montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The abc news with sue montgomery us senators of approved plans for a radical reform of the tax system following a debate lasting well into the night the bill could be signed into law by president trump later in the day david willis reports the tax cuts and jobs aren't has been branded the most radical overhaul of the american tax system in three decades it grants a major tax cut to us corporations a move the bill's republican sponsors say will make those businesses more competitive and more modest count to individual taxpayers based on their income the corporate tax cuts will be permanent but over the course of the next decade the individual cuts will expire the bill will now face another vote in the house of representatives later today republicans say the bill will provide tax relief for most americans and boost economic growth but the democratic senator elizabeth warren said it was a reward for a financial backers of the republican party as one of my republican calling said in a moment of honesty big donors told him to pass the tax bill or don't ever call them again let's call us out for what it is it's government for sale and that's how you end up with a one and a half trillion dollar tax you have a way to corporations at a time of record corporate profits the european court of justice's to decide today within the taxi hailing out obre should legally be considered a transport company the ruling will set out with the firm should be subject to local licensing lawns in the country's bitter to operate.

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02:33 min | 3 years ago

"sue montgomery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The road with migrants travelling across europe in an attempt to seek asylum in britain when they were alive tweets any other than gan and they're so i come to you gave i find that alive guy people houses that's off to the news bbc news with sue montgomery dozens of palestinians have been injured in clashes with israeli police and the tensions surrounding the jerusalem holy site known to muslims as the hadamo sharif and to jews as the temple mount a palestinian youth was also reportedly shot dead although the circumstances aren't yet clear and the are israel had prevented men under fifty from attending muslim friday prayers of the holy site instead worshippers prayed in the street in the edge of the city tom bateman was there peraza taking place outside danjabbo rules of jerusalem's old city there are hundreds of worshippers in the fronts them rows of israeli riot police officers on horseback behind them there have been angry scuffles in the crowd stunned grenades were fired by offices women are being allowed through at men over the age of fifty touch has if you ask lighting over the last week multitudes rally police officers were shot dead the how you saw behind me the free arabisraeli gunmen were killed halted asked the israelis installed metal detectors at the site to the compound to the fury of muslim religious leaders the lebanese militant organization hezbollah and its syrian army allies have launched offensive against jihadi groups and the lebanese syrian frontier the bbc's carrying tardy says a series of factions is being targeted most of the militant their belonged to what is known as the as yet had that has sham which is a previously which was previously known as the nurse wraparound the the the the largest number of people that are from this group but there are also militants from other group says while some of them might belong to groups affiliated to islamic state group also others minor and small as soon as syrian oppposition cribs to travel agent say the united states is preparing to ban its citizens from travelling to north korea is thought that any us national who travels to north korea after the deadline will have their passports invalidated it follows the death of an american who was arrested last year while touring north korea the imf has in principle agreed to.

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