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Anthony Quinn Warner identified as suspected Nashville suicide bomber

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Anthony Quinn Warner identified as suspected Nashville suicide bomber

"To a Christmas morning explosion in Downtown Nashville are being praised for their heroic actions We have a report from Fox is Charles Watson in the city of Nashville is hailing those six officers has heroes. They ran into an extremely dangerous situation and almost immediately acted to try to save lives. Those officers say. They were on the scene for no more than five minutes before they started here in that area message from the RV, telling people there was a large bomb about to detonate and to evacuate the area. They began not Looking on as many doors as they could and God residents to a safe location. Moments later, the RV exploded. Police have called it a suicide bombing after finding human remains at the site of the bomb authorities have identified 63 year old Anthony Warner is the suspect allegedly behind it. Forensic testing was used to match the remains found at the scene with Warner's DNAs to the mayor of Nashville, says he believes And 80 anti transmission building in Nashville was the target of that bomber. First off business

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

07:13 min | 2 months ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"Blew himself up in the explosion appears to have acted alone. Federal officials said last night. Investigators use dna and other evidence to link the man identified as anthony. Quinn warner to the mysterious explosion. But claimed they have not determined a motive. Officials have received hundreds of tips and leads but have concluded that no one other than warner is believed to have been involved in the early morning explosion that damaged dozens of buildings and injured. Three people nashville is considered safe. Said metro nashville police. Chief john drake. There are no known threats against this city in publicly identifying the suspect and his fate officials disclosed a major breakthrough in their investigation even as they acknowledged the lingering mystery behind the explosion which took place on a holiday morning well before downtown streets were bustling with activity and was accompanied by a recorded announcement. Warning anyone nearby that a bomb would soon detonate then for reasons that may never be known the audio switch to a recording of petula. clark's nineteen sixty four. Hit downtown shortly before the blast. Investigators have not uncovered a singular motive for the act nor was it revealed why one had selected the particular location for the bombing which damaged in a t and t building and has continued to wreak havoc on cellphone service and police and hospital. Communications in several southern states as the company worked to restore service some speculated online that sixty three year. Old warner was the five g network. Conspiracy theorist was not known to law enforcement before the christmas day blast in the past month warner appeared to put his affairs in order. He transferred ownership of the home where he'd lived for decades informed a regular business client. He would no longer be working. Property records show on the day before thanksgiving one transferred the title of his longtime bak- town road home to los angeles woman. the transaction acquit claim deed. That did not require the woman. Signature was made zero dollars the. Us government headed toward a chaotic last few days as president. Donald trump finally signed a nine hundred billion dollar pandemic relief package that will deliver long-sought cash to businesses and individuals into also avert a government shutdown. The massive bill includes one point four trillion dollars to fund government agencies through september and contains other end of session priorities such as money for cash starved transit systems and an increase in food stamp benefits. Democrats promising more aid to come once. President-elect joe biden takes office but republicans a signaling a wait and see approach trump blindsided members of both parties and upended months of negotiations when he demanded last week that the package which already passed the house and senate by large margins and believed to have trump's support should be revised to include lodge a relief checks and scaled-back spending on sunday evening trump offered the vegas of updates tweeting good news on covid relief. Bill information to follow appearing to seek praise for attempting to solve a delay to the bill entirely of his own making in the face of growing economic hardship and spreading disease. Lawmakers are trump on sunday to sign the legislation immediately. Then have congress follow up with additional aid. Republican senator pat toomey of pennsylvania said he understood that trump wants to be remembered for advocating for big checks. But the danger is he'll be remembered for chaos and misery and erotic behavior if he allows this to expire trump spent much of sunday as his west palm beach. Golf course adding insult to injury for a nation on the brink of disaster. Trump's supposed dissatisfaction with the legislation seems only to have grown in recent days as he's reported to have criticized it both privately to club members and publicly on twitter despite taking no personal interest or making any effort in the months of policy negotiations britain today businesses to prepare for brexit just days before a transition periods designed to smooth the uk's departure from the european union comes to an end britain and the au clinched trade deal on thursday one which preserves zero tariff and zero quota access to the block single-market butts which will still cause disruption the transition period under which britain state lines to the eu trading and regulatory rules ends at twenty three hundred gmt on december. Thirty first. the deal is done with big. Change comes challenge and opportunity cabinet office. Minister michael goes said in a statement adding businesses and citizens need to get ready for these final preparations as time is very short. The transition period was initially agreed to keep existing trade ties unchanged for twenty one months after the original plan. Brexit date of march twenty ninth twenty nine teen but the period was not extended after brexit was delayed until january thirty first twenty twenty and with over a thousand pages of trade agreement published in full on saturday. Businesses have less than a week to adjust to the new rules. The uk government said that businesses needed to understand the new rules on importing and exporting goods between the eu and great britain and the different rules that apply to trade with northern ireland while service industries. The bulk of uk exports to the eu could face potential regulatory or non tariff barriers. Boris johnson said there had been access for solicitors barristers and a good deal for digital but on financial services. The deal perhaps does not go as far as we would like. The prime minister said more plans would emerge now. The trade deal was finalized. Mp's and peers will gather on the thirtieth of december to scrutinize and vote on the deal before the january first expiry of the current. Brexit's transition period. You can subscribe to five minute news on youtube with your preferred podcast app. Ask your smart speaker or able five minute news as your amazon alexa flash briefing skill subscribed rate and review online at five minutes dot news. Five minute news is an evergreen podcast covering politics inequality health and climate delivering independent unbiased and essential wire news daily..

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Suicide bomber in Nashville was home grown terrorist.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:22 min | 2 months ago

Suicide bomber in Nashville was home grown terrorist.

"This city in publicly identifying the suspect and his fate officials disclosed a major breakthrough in their investigation even as they acknowledged the lingering mystery behind the explosion which took place on a holiday morning well before downtown streets were bustling with activity and was accompanied by a recorded announcement. Warning anyone nearby that a bomb would soon detonate then for reasons that may never be known the audio switch to a recording of petula. clark's nineteen sixty four. Hit downtown shortly before the blast. Investigators have not uncovered a singular motive for the act nor was it revealed why one had selected the particular location for the bombing which damaged in a t and t building and has continued to wreak havoc on cellphone service and police and hospital. Communications in several southern states as the company worked to restore service some speculated online that sixty three year. Old warner was the five g network. Conspiracy theorist was not known to law enforcement before the christmas day blast in the past month warner appeared to put his affairs in order. He transferred ownership of the home where he'd lived for decades informed a regular business client. He would no longer be working. Property records show on the day before thanksgiving one transferred the title of his longtime bak- town road home to los angeles woman. the transaction acquit claim deed. That did not require the woman. Signature was made zero dollars the. Us government headed toward a chaotic last few days as president. Donald trump finally signed a nine hundred billion dollar pandemic relief package that will deliver long-sought cash to businesses and individuals into also avert a government shutdown. The massive bill includes one point four trillion dollars to fund government agencies through september and contains other end of session priorities such as money for cash starved transit systems and an increase in food stamp benefits. Democrats promising more aid to come once. President-elect joe biden takes office but republicans a signaling a wait and see

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Line from NPR News in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. Unemployment benefits expired from millions of Americans last night as president Trump continued his social media attack on the election results and threatened to sink a massive stimulus and government funding bill required to keep the government running. NPR's Mara Liasson has the latest once again President Trump has thrown the capital into chaos. By refusing to sign a bill providing $900 billion and pandemic relief and money to fund the government passed Monday. The pandemic bill also included an extension of unemployment benefits, which ran out on Sunday. The bill passed with large majorities in both houses and was negotiated by the president's top aides, presumably with his ascent. But now, he says, the bills a disgrace. He says he wants the individual relief checks to be $2000 instead of 600. But when Democrats in the House tried to increase the size of the checks House Republicans blocked them, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says. When the house comes back, she will try again. Mara Liasson NPR NEWS, A source in Nashville City administration, close to the probe tells NPR that investigators are moving toward the conclusion that an RV explosion in the city's downtown on Christmas Day was caused by a suicide bomber. At a news conference today. Nashville police Officer James Wells, who was at the scene of the blast, or call the moment when a recording from the vehicle suddenly stopped and in the music stop. There's a walking back to our topic now. Just the orange and then I hear a loud boom and as I'm stumbling It rocked me down hard.

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Somalia suicide bombing kills 15, misses prime minister

Hugh Hewitt

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Somalia suicide bombing kills 15, misses prime minister

"Suicide bomber attacked a stadium in Somalia's central city of Galle KO Friday, killing 15 people shortly before the arrival of the country's new prime minister that, according to police, BBC's Mary Harper has more. The attack on the stadium occurred shortly before Somalia's Prime minister Mohammed Hussain Rubley, was due to speak there. People who come to see him said there was a huge blast that the stadium entrance where senior military officials have gathered Police say top army officers are among the dead is the Miss Group after Bob said it carried out the attack and that the target was the prime minister.

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Afghan officials say 34 have been killed in separate suicide bombings in country's east and south

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Afghan officials say 34 have been killed in separate suicide bombings in country's east and south

"In Afghanistan. At least 34 are dead in two separate suicide bombings in eastern Ghazni province. Officials say 31 soldiers were killed, 24 others wounded. When a suicide bomber drove a Humvee full of explosives into an army commando base and detonated it and at least three others killed in southern Afghanistan, where officials say a suicide car bomber targeted the convoy of a provincial council chief and sue ball. He survived, but 12 others, including Children. Were injured. No immediate claims of responsibility for those attacks

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Afghan officials say 34 killed in separate suicide bombings

Great Outdoors with Charlie Potter

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Afghan officials say 34 killed in separate suicide bombings

"Afghan officials say at least 34 people have been killed in two separate suicide bombings in eastern Ghazni province. Officials say 31 soldiers were killed, 24 wounded when the attacker drove a military Humvee full of explosives onto an army commando base. In southern Afghanistan, officials say a suicide bomber targeted the convoy of a provincial council chief in zoo ball, killing at least three people, wounding 12. Others, including Children.

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At Least 24 Dead In Suicide Attack In Afghan Capital

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:59 sec | 4 months ago

At Least 24 Dead In Suicide Attack In Afghan Capital

"Kabul, where a suicide bomber blew himself up. Outside and education center. A students were preparing for college entry exams. At least 24 people are dead, including several teenagers. The big picture Afghans fear attacks like yesterday's will get worse as foreign forces leave Afghanistan. NPR's DEA had reports from neighboring Pakistan. Muslims believe it's a kindness to bury the dead quickly. So as the day began in Kabul shop, Muhammed Ali a You'll be fair world his nephew, who he says was killed by the enemies of knowledge. He was studying at the Coaster Educational Center when the bomber struck on Saturday. He says his nephew was preparing for university exams. He was 18 and wanted to be a doctor. Isis claimed responsibility for the attack, which was a copy of one they conducted two years ago when they dispatched a suicide bomber into a classroom killing more than 40 students. I think it's

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Coalminer's daughter comes out top in Afghanistan's university entrance exam

Morning Edition

02:28 min | 5 months ago

Coalminer's daughter comes out top in Afghanistan's university entrance exam

"Despite militants attacking the very institution where she was studying. Here's NPR's Diaz. Shamsi Ali Ezzat is so bright that she was studying for free at the Mod Academy in Kabul with students prepare for university exams. But two years ago, a suicide bomber blew himself up in a classroom there. More than 40 students were killed. Many were buried together in a cobble Hill top with some call them the models of knowledge. Speaking to an Afghan news outlet, Alizadeh says one of the victims A young woman called Mahela would've taken first place in the exams had she lived, But she says l A and all her dreams or in the grave and it pains me. Alizadeh says she dropped out of the school after the attack, but her teachers convinced her to return and study hard, fascinating story ofthe resilience ofthe resistance off women and girls who have not surrender to fear our Zelena Mama leads a think tank in Kabul. She used to run secret classes for girls in the nineties, when the Taliban ruled the city and Bangles from getting an education after the insurgents were toppled by U. S forces. Following 9 11 Girls could study again, but they faced attacks. Shamsi has generation has bean experiencing violence experiencing fear, but yet Maintaining their focus on studies in learning Alizadeh success comes as historic negotiations underway between the Afghan government and the Taliban and many women feel the hard won rights will be scaled back as negotiators try find ways to compromise with the insurgents. Their concern begins with the fact that only three of the 21 government negotiators are women. Terrific. A fatty, is the mayor of a town just south of Kabul. We needed more woman on the table. We needed more vices on the tee with she hopes always out. A story will remind negotiators of why women's rights are important. Again or Zelena. Matt. Women are now standing on their own feet on Taliban are no one to come and stop them from what they're going to achieve, and success stories like Alizadeh, she says, sure that Afghan women are too strong now to be suppressed again. David Aid. NPR NEWS, ISLAMABAD

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Minnesota man facing terrorism charges |

Morning Edition

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Minnesota man facing terrorism charges |

"Facing terrorism charges after being indicted by a federal grand jury as Matt Sepik with Minnesota public radio reports. The man spent more than a year in Syrian custody, investigators say 23 year old Abdel Hamid al Mata yume, a U. S. Citizen. But Isis contacts in Turkey after slipping away from a family trip to Morocco in 2015, he was allegedly part of a unit that trained suicide bombers. The US aligned Syrian Democratic Forces captured Al Mata yume early last year before eventually handing him over to the FBI is charged with providing support to a foreign terrorist organization. This is NPR news.

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American Airlines suspends service to 15 U.S. cities

Steve Scott

00:26 sec | 6 months ago

American Airlines suspends service to 15 U.S. cities

"Starting this fall amid declining demand and includes flights to Joplin, Missouri, Florence, South Carolina and Sioux City, Iowa, and CBS News. Senior Travel editor Peter Greenberg says it's not the only airline facing some changes. United and Delta are also expected to drop a few dozen more cities after October. 1st. When federal aid provision requiring the airlines to maintain minimum levels of service expire. Oversees the brother of the Manchester Arena. Suicide bomber

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Bomber's brother gets 55 years for Manchester concert attack

KYW 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Bomber's brother gets 55 years for Manchester concert attack

"There is relief but also anger after the brother of the Manchester suicide bomber worries thrown behind bars for at least 55 years for his part in that attack that happened after an Ariana Grande a concert three years ago. She inspector Ian Hopkins knew the judge couldn't give Hashem Abedi life without parole because he was under 21 at the time of theater back, but It hurts. The fact that we know that he will spend the vast majority of his life in prison does give us a degree of comfort. Figured Mary son, Martin was among the 22 killed that night. It's like an abyss. Off grief. A baby expressed no remorse and refused to attend his own sentencing. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London

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Bomber's brother gets 55 years for Manchester concert attack

KYW 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Bomber's brother gets 55 years for Manchester concert attack

"Relief but also anger after the brother of the Manchester suicide bomber. Is thrown in jail for at least 55 years for his part in the attack that happened after an Ariana Grande a concert three years ago. Chief Inspector Ian Hopkins knew the judge couldn't give Hashem Abedi life without parole because he was under 21 at the time of theater back, but it hurts. The fact that we know that he will spend the vast majority of his life in prison does give us a degree of comfort begin. Mary Son Martin was among the 22 killed that night. It's like a Face off grief. A baby expressed no remorse and refused to attend his own sentencing. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London

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Bomber's Brother Gets 55 Years for Manchester Concert Attack

The Inside Story With Marty Griffin

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Bomber's Brother Gets 55 Years for Manchester Concert Attack

"In Great Britain, the brother of the Manchester Arena Suicide bomber is going to jail for his part in the attack that killed 22 people. After an Ariana Grande a concert three years ago, there were gasps in the courtroom as the judge passed the maximum sentence. He was allowed a life for each of the 22 counts of murder. Technically, Hashem Abedi could not be sentenced to life without parole because he was under 21 when he helped his brother plot the 2017 attack, but he'll spend at least 55 years behind bars. CBS's Vicki Barker in London.

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Manchester Arena attack: Hashem Abedi jailed for minimum 55 years

BBC Newshour

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

Manchester Arena attack: Hashem Abedi jailed for minimum 55 years

"The brother of the suicide bomber who carried out the Manchester Arena attack in 2017 to a minimum of 55 years in prison. Hashem Abedi was found guilty of murder, attempted murder and conspiring to cause an explosion. 22 people were killed Danny Shore reports after hearing moving statements from some of the hundreds of survivors of the deadly bombing. The judge began sentencing Hashem Abedi, who for the second day running had refused to attend the hearing. Mr. Justice Jeremy Baker said a baby had played an integral part in the preparation and planning of the attack, which he described as atrocious. The John said a baby and his older brother, who detonated the device were equally culpable and had deliberately targeted young people. A baby was 20 at the time of the bombing. Had he been older. The judge said he would have imposed a whole life tariff, meaning he'd spend the rest of his life in prison. The

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Mogadishu: Several killed in attack at Somali military base

NPR News Now

00:14 sec | 7 months ago

Mogadishu: Several killed in attack at Somali military base

"Overseas. There has been a huge explosion in Mogadishu Somalia's capital a blast rocked military base today authorities say they suspect it was an attack by suicide bomber they say the blast left at least eight people dead and several others

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Somali police: At least 8 soldiers killed, more than 14 others wounded after suicide bomber detonates outside army base

Morning Edition

00:15 sec | 7 months ago

Somali police: At least 8 soldiers killed, more than 14 others wounded after suicide bomber detonates outside army base

"Their reports from the Somali capital Mogadishu that at least AIDS soldiers have died after a suicide bomber targeted a military base. A car laden with explosives was driven into the base near Mogadishu stadium. 15 soldiers were injured in the

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Islamic State attack on Afghan prison, killing 21, rages on

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Islamic State attack on Afghan prison, killing 21, rages on

"An Islamic state group the tack on a prison in eastern Afghanistan holding hundreds of is members rages on after getting at least twenty one people in fighting overnight local officials say dozens more have been wounded in the attack that began late Sunday when an ISIS suicide bomber slammed his explosives laden vehicle into the prison entrance then we'll assailants opened fire with deadly effect the dead included prisoners civilians prison guards on Afghan security personnel the I. escapes affiliates in Afghanistan has claimed responsibility for the attack the country has seen a recent spike in violence with most attacks claimed by the affiliate I'm Charles the last month

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Afghanistans power-sharing deal

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:02 min | 10 months ago

Afghanistans power-sharing deal

"Is really an indication that a given status coherent cohesive unfunctional when more than one person to be the head of it indeed. This sort of situation is much more usually an indication of actual or imminent civil war. Such a standoff has been occurring for some months in Afghanistan where Tuman Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdulah each insist that they won last. September's presidential election enough honeystone President Ashraf Ghani has sworn in for a second term in Kabul but his rival Abdulah dealer diffused to recognize the inauguration and held his own swearing in ceremony as a pleasant. The official result held the Gandhi. The incumbent had won pretty handily and had the full being re elected. Abdullah claimed the whole thing was a fixed declared victory anyway and vowed to foam a parallel administration. The earlier indications are that we have more votes and that's That's what was clint and The yes of course Even to the extension things have been investigated so far it shows a lot of irregularities last month Ghani and Abdullah went so far. As to hold competing inauguration ceremonies a watching world struggled to imagine how this was going to end. Well there is now some possibly positive. News reports are coming in K. political development in Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani and his rival Abdullah Abdullah have ended months of crisis by agreement share power. The rival claimants appear to have put their dispute behind them earlier. This Week Ghani and Abdullah came to terms the agreement. They signed acknowledges Ghani as President Bit Allows Abdullah to choose half of Janis cabinet and to lead peace talks with the Taliban should any. Such negotiations occur in close by funnest. Today's a great and historic day for our beloved Afghanistan of Africans proved that the think wisely in collectively about their national interests of militia Augusta. They were the leaders who are present. Here what hard to encourage the Afghan people? There's no doubt that the international communities in support of this political agreement along with countries in the region should make before we look at how and why we got here and what might happen. Next spoiler alert the dawning of a gilded era of peace and prosperity is a long shot a recap of the to uneasily reconciled pretenders in terms of direction. We're going in terms of accomplishments. We have some significant funds but in terms of satisfying the needs and aspirations of the people. We've looked Ashraf. Ghani President Ashraf Ghani he now. Indisputably is spent much of Afghanistan's decades of war with the Soviet Union and subsequently itself in the United States where he worked as an academic and for the World Bank he returned to Afghanistan after the Taliban which out of Kabul by the United States and its allies in late. Two thousand one. Gandhi became Minister of Finance. Won plaudits in some quarters and was at one point touted as a potential secretary general of the United Nations instead he ran for president in two thousand nine and lost then again in two thousand fourteen and one the candidate he beat Abdullah. Abdullah disputed the result and forced gone the into a power sharing arrangement. Observant listeners may detect a pattern emerging election is commitment before the people who have harnessed which has to take place on time at the same time it has to be free and fair and trucks patent That's the condition that too was promised to the people of Stan. In the commission the Independent Elegant Commission has to deliver Abdullah Abdullah an ice surgeon by training spent much of the war against the Soviets as an advisor to legendary Mujahedeen commander Ahmed Shah Masud and during the period of Taliban rule in the nine hundred ninety s served as a sort of foreign minister in exile for the Northern Alliance and other factions attempting to take the country back. He became Afghanistan's actual foreign minister. In the first post Taliban government the two thousand and nineteen election was his third unsuccessful attempts to become president as to what nudged Garni and towards compromise while some variety of agreement was always likely after an amount of theatrical posturing attention seems to have been focused by last week's terrorist attack on the maternity ward at Kabul's Dash Budget hospital a horrific crime that left twenty four women children and babies dead it was revolting enough indeed that it refocused international attention on Afghanistan which most violence in the country nowadays does not on the same day as the atrocity at Dusty Botchy. Thirty two people were killed by a suicide bomber at a police officer's funeral in Nangahar province five more in the truck bombing of military caught in Gardez resulting in many fewer headlines. Abroad this past Monday. Seven more people were killed. In the car-bombing of an Afghan intelligence facility in Ghazni Islamic state claimed the funeral bombing the Taliban the God is Ghazni attacks. The big brave warriors who perpetrated the hospital massacre have been strangely reluctant to own up

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Dozens dead in Afghanistan as assailants attack maternity hospital

Morning Edition

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Dozens dead in Afghanistan as assailants attack maternity hospital

"Building doctors without borders says gunmen have attacked a hospital it supports in the Afghan capital of Kabul the attack came as local media reported that another blast in eastern Afghanistan may have wounded and killed more than forty people and peers D. her deed reports from Islamabad the attack began when suicide bombers stormed the hospital where doctors without borders runs a maternity ward government officials said the police managed to rescue dozens of people it wasn't immediately clear though how many patients will stop off local or foreign were trapped inside the attack came a day after the government said it captured three high ranking militants belonging to the Islamic

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Morning suicide bombers have blown themselves up basically right outside the US embassy hurting five police officers in the process yeah we have a very little to go on here media reports citing eyewitnesses saying the attackers were on a motorcycle phones at the embassy have gone unanswered so that's why we don't have a lot of information available but it looks at this point as if only the attackers were killed the flag of the U. S. could still be seen fluttering above the U. S. embassy in our other top story of the day Scott yeah it's the corona virus yesterday we were talking about one case now in Texas just outside of Houston and fort bend county well now we've got three more cases in Harris County which is the Houston area so for now yeah they believe that all three were together they were on a trip to Egypt with multiple people including a fourth man who a day earlier became the first Texan to have a positive test result the newest cases involved two men and a woman they're between the ages of sixty and seventy and they're hospitalized in stable condition numbers continuing to grow across the United States the death toll now at twelve more than two hundred twenty eight total cases have been confirmed across the country might Mike pence vice president who's been put in charge of seeing the overseeing the for the fight against up coronavirus travel to Washington state where most of the deaths have occurred president trump wanted me to be here to ensure the people of Washington state that we are with you and that the full resourceful sources of federal government will continue.

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Thousand people I think there was four because it was packed and my wife was a single angle person eulogize all nine men which huge she got up there. I I stood behind her crying like I looked like just giant Asian like I was so swollen I and seven so she went up there and she killed it and then I've had the pleasure of meeting you like. She's really a very powerful now. Sean Woman that she's extraordinary able level and then like I wrote a story a blog about a gentleman whose funeral that I attended a couple years back John Mulhearn and and like he came out afterwards and help us with the disillusion my follow laws partnerships like people that come to our help but one of the big people came to our help guide jewels who ran Dan when those are the world and he wasn't there that day he did the dinner thing he had known me from what I worked for so we reached out to me as my in laws house and we're all like looking through websites. It's an old stuff to find out where we could yet him. He's like listen. I see him on the book. I see the haven't left. He's like I'm GonNa tell you right now you fall in laws and everyone who's up there because they had contenders so he gave see the benefit tough phone call to make but he gave NFL giving her pope so we no longer looking for people started looking for bodies excite but fast forward now and nine eleven stinks for us because it's I mean I don't know how it would be like if my father died in a car crash showed that car crash on TV right tenuously once a year you know but you know like my son is read the names down in Ground Zero you know we've had some positives as far as that goes that net museum down there is wonderful. I mean for you know and I know people are affected a lot more than my family and I but that museum is wonderful. if you're ever on fame street in between Greenwich Place and Trinity Grocery Trinity that's now Emma carvey place is named after is my father-in-law and that's on the corner of the American Stock Exchange where he spent forty years of his life and so you know we cope and stuff but this this is one of those weeks like I won't be in the office tomorrow. I know having it be a national holiday is not realistic this time of year you know. Jewish holiday Labor Day and all that stuff you can't like sweet something in but it is for us you know we'll we'll probably send the kids to school and then we'll just kind of lay `round and Kinda turn off all oh. TV's and stuff like that so let me ask you. What do you think the response should be or how do you react to how everyone now treats nine eleven seventeen years later because I think everyone still honors everyone's memory but we're seventeen years removed from it it it's not the wound isn't as fresh as it wasn't in two thousand and two two three four. So what is your reaction to that well. I think being a lot different than the rest of right so I mean I think when you're in New York. There's still a proper respect towards it. It's gotten less and less. I mean there's never been an nine eleven syllable navy. We to Foreign Capris never done anything like that which for people sometimes mites frown on that for Memorial Day or some so. They don't do anything disrespectful respectful but I do see that every year a little less coverage comes like I think last year was the first year that it didn't make the front page on nine eleven seven and it wasn't like it wasn't something that was that big. You know like it was not Kim. K. Gets a surgery. There was something nothing else where nine eleven was like the second page in New York. That's not acceptable right good thing or a bad thing. I I think it's a bad thing I think as much as I say that. My wife needs to go into hiding for that day just to keep your sanity. I think the whole never forget I think that whole never forget creed. Credo is is is probably true right because if we listen nobody is going to let this happen again right. Although there's a good chance that it does because of all the stuff and that's why haven't Rob O.`Neil on last week on radio shows so by the way it's my radio show apparently but no but I haven't on Barstool breakfast so so huge me and then having my wife meet him charity function the week before she molested him straight up. He was defenseless trained killer like she in you know on but yeah like I don't need it to be. I like to avoid it but I see less and less of it so so this whole new generation of kids like these kids. Who are the interns this year for seventeen years ago? These these kids were five and if they're coming from youngstown Ohio or something like that they really don't know. I don't know like Pearl Harbor how long that took before it sort of faded into Bolivia but I mean I don't know what what the time line line is with nine eleven but it's especially sore wound for me so I I don't mind I'll avoid it but like my kids will always know about it benefit and you know they've ring the bell on the New York Stock Exchange on nine eleven the name so when my son did the names he was only ten may give him some doozy's like they really planned for advanced got so I think in New York and always obviously be. I love the towers of light. It's so gas when I see it but I mean just each each year and even here new now. Tell this story. It'll always I think give me chills. President still always move me just because of the profound impacted then had on my life from that day forward going back to what you said about becoming friendly with Robbo Neil. Do you think that has helped with you and your wife at all. Maybe brought it full circle right like I really thought that it might not be the healthiest thing in the world for her but it was a hate to give it such. A juvenile thing is like a bucket list. It's not but she you know like when you think about Japanese is culture. The idea of avenging your father's that through your father-in-law's that is like nothing I've all of a sudden turned into a Ronin overnight but like rob. O.`Neil is the guy who killed the Guy Killed Kill my father-in-law and so when my life Madame I mean she was absolutely over common. She's like I said Okay and we're going to try to get out to dinner with his wife and stuff and she's like believe me just getting getting me to meet him was enough. It really was like something where she checked the box emotionally more so than me checking a box when I finished at sixty four ounce steak or really she really did check check a box emotionally so and I think rob understands that like I think he's had a lot of people in that situation. He intimated something her from that night sort of whisper greenery and maybe it's common knowledge. Maybe it's not but it gave her the impression that you know she was on the inside a little bit like because you know you talk about over overwhelming hatred we'd never liked to blame many for the actions of few so we never the type to just write off the whole. Middle East but we heard news that there were people dancing in the streets in Brooklyn like some cultures. Yes it made us it made us angry and it makes you a little little bit racists and it makes you a little bit stupid but I mean that I'm glad to say that. That's you know been tempered. I still allow nine eleven. I won't eat Sushi on December. Seven th that whole thing because I'm an idiot but there is no far-reaching but we did hate was this one guy gallons a have him. Get three this head to head back together. Take a picture yeah not about that no yet a man in a mets every the best one for my wife to meet them yeah so so that was a win win for me now on my radio show. I just went down there this past weekend and I've been through through the museum three times now every single time. It absolutely blows me away like you said they did such a great job with it. I think they did a really beautiful job especially considering incinerating to like so much input and so much feeling and emotion that had to be a difficult thing to you want to get it so right but I think they did a good job and walking around. They're always as just kind of takes your breath away when you look at the scale of it the one thing that I love is the survivor tree down there. Have you ever seen that. I haven't been there. I I was six months ago because we had friends in from California and they're like we. WanNa go down. I was like I don't know if I went to California. If the first thing I'd WanNa see is something like you know. Take me to the Irish Famine Museum to have that kind of bring down. I want to go to bed. Chili dog in town or something yeah but we did go down. Aso's a second time my wife down the first time I'd gone now and because we had a family member who passed away. I don't know if you know this. We had a VIP thing so there's a huge line. It's a very a big tourist attraction. We go right through and you get like a white glove treatment which is wonderful right. That's very nice for like somebody who had a situation relation where they feel like. They're more entitled to walk through a memorial than everybody else and somebody wearing an. I love New York t shirt and they give the families that that's the right thing to do. Yeah I mean it really is such a beautiful memorial. Yo what's your reaction to what they did down there with with the memorial and everything so I so you so I I I have like I have kind of a problem so a loved the tower light towers of light. I love the memorial. I don't don't like Freedom Tower. I don't think it fits like I don't think it fits lower Manhattan. I think it should be. I don't know like an Arab Emirates type thing like one of those more so silky type buildings. I don't know why they didn't put up two towers like I don't know why the Twin Towers got knocked down they put up the Freedom Tower and it took him so so many years ago I think that American ingenuity and like our stick to them if that's a word is now should have had them make one tower nine nine feet taller one tower tolen- and it just looked like two big middle fingers pointing right at the Middle East like. I thought that that would be the most fitting thing like you know yeah. Put him over again..

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Here a suicide bomber kills sixty three people injures a hundred eighty two others at a wedding in Afghanistan Saturday night ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack it comes amidst peace negotiations between the US and the Taliban the ISIS affiliates in Afghanistan which was established in twenty fifteen a year off to the group set up its world headquarters in the Syrian city of Raqqa claimed the latest violence in Afghanistan a suicide bomber targeting a wedding and a Shia neighborhood of the capital Kabul dozens of people were killed and nearly two hundred injured in the blast the U. S. on the Taliban have just concluded another round of peace talks on ending the war the Taliban condemns the attack to limit fallen ABC news at the foreign desk in London three forty nine WBZ time now for a weekend edition of Bloomberg business here's a lease of already well a cheerful sales person can get a shopper to spend more research finds too much perky ness when it starts to become pesky that can irritate customers a lot of people go to shop for retail therapy and and just to be by themselves and and get get some quiet for fifteen to twenty five minutes and pesky sales associates can just move that much more business online that much faster retail analysts bird flicking Jr and strategic resource group says the trend has been exacerbated as retailers push to save money by cutting full time sales employees when you've got part timers scrambling for hours and they have been experienced people were told to go after the shoppers but don't know how to do well look at your says it even better guarantee of customer satisfaction than cheerfulness is efficiency thank you on a receipt thank a person have really good check out service overall a well run store is preferable to chatty clerks I'm Lisa Parenti Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio.

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Says the suicide bomber who attack last night's festive event in the capital of Kabul was from Pakistan and survivors say he set off his explosives while standing next to a stage where many people have gathered including lots of children most of the victims were members of the Shiite sect of Islam which has often been targeted by ISIS which is made up of mostly Sunni Muslims it's been another day of massive anti government protests in Hong Kong but there are no reports so far of any serious new clashes with police and professor Ronald Minter of the university of Oxford China center says that's very good news everyone was very relieved and certainly local news media in Hong Kong have reported relief that there was no tear gas is the way that they put it on there was significant demonstration including by school teachers obviously very important gripping within Hong Kong but so far it does appear that we are talking about non violent protest of course we should stress the majority the protests have been nonviolent over the last few weeks it's just the violent ones of course to track the headline among other things the protesters are demanding the resignation of Hong Kong's chief executive and an official investigation into the use of force by police during earlier demonstrations well at least thirteen arrests were made during competing rallies and demonstrations in Portland Oregon by right wing activists and leftists who were upset about the other gathering but there was none of the major violence of many people had feared at least partly because local state and federal law enforcement officers kept the two sides apart most of the time one man who was protesting the presence of the right wing groups said they don't have any right to spread the racist views of many of them all it is not free.

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Is to. Go and be. A US Senator for Wisconsin Not a US Senator for a party or a particular, elected official the president also tweeted his support of Brian, style who is running against democrat Randy Bryce in the race for Paul Ryan's first congressional seat Wisconsin boats turn out in the primary. Was the highest since twenty two based on the results turn out a little more than. Twenty two percent in twenty or two it was a little bit more than. Twenty, two percent about twenty. Two and a half that election you may recall featured a large democratic primary. For governor, including, a win by Jim Doyle more. Than four dozen teenagers killed in a horrific blast in Kabul The wounded being transported to a nearby hospital behind. Them a scene of death. And destruction a suicide bomber targeted students preparing. For university entrance exams in a Shiite neighborhood of being blamed on ISIS comes amid a particularly bloody week, Aghanistan earlier at Alabama salt onto checkpoints in the north killed at. Least thirty soldiers and police Tom rivers ABC news at the foreign desk Paul, manafort's defense team will provide a closing, argument this afternoon in, his Bank and finance fraud case Pittsburgh Bishop David zubec- is apologizing today to sexual abuse victims after a grand jury found Catholic priests in Pennsylvania molested at least a. Thousand children Zubi consists played no role was never part of a cover up I I couldn't do, that I've always tried to do the right thing the, cases go back as far as the nineteen forties back here at home more details being released today Regarding a. Drowning death at a fitness center thirty one year old facial Koranic was found at the bottom of a pool at the experience fitness and greenfield late Monday night, apparently drowning during a swim the Milwaukee county medical examiner's office was not, yet able, to determine the events that led. To the drowning but according to the man social history he did have a substance abuse issue his father, unable to. Pinpoint which drugs his son used but did mention he'd saw drug treatment in the past the toxicology reports been scheduled for later. This week Mike. Spaulding WTMJ news announced county fair kicks off today. Beaver dam fair organizers expecting. Fifty thousand.

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of papua new guinea has chinese businesses push into the mineral rich rich region they say it is taking jobs germany's christian social union party will give chancellor angela merkel a two week deadline to meet its demands for overhauling the asylum policy or it says it will challenge her authority a suicide bomber struck jalalabad killing at least nineteen people in the second attack in as many days and president are i'm sorry japanese prime minister shinzo abe's cabinet approval rating rose six percentage points now at forty four point nine percent global news twenty four hours a day on aaron talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts hit more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg thanks for that let's get back to our guest is new york's today's leland miller president of china beijing vexes sticking around with us gives an idea of what's been happening we were talking about trade we're talking about the possibility of this looming trade war at the guessing that it wasn't meant to be like this tiresome never supposed to be the heart of trump's three one platform anyway so what went wrong i think is north korea started gaining the spotlight a couple of months ago there was a desire to push off the china trade skirmish as for at least a few was to try to get the good will the chinese helping out with the north koreans goodwill on that and see if the president could get himself a nobel peace prize and i think that this was continuing and you probably would never have seen this fifty billion in tariffs had you not had the embarrassment where the president was called out for being weak and essentially congress turned on and domestically played played badly and he does not like being called week so all of a sudden the thrill one platform is back with immediate deadlines we're going to do the tariffs we're gonna do some form of investment restrictions and i think that was a byproduct of z t going going poorly for the president in the polls at you may not have seen any of this without imagining that from the perspective of corporate america the trade issue or the the tariff issue is less impactful than something like intellectual property going after the chinese on the theft of intellectual property how come that didn't happen.

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Instead of drive and that offers emigrated degree of safety than on the right thing to do terms that's called surrendering the terrain i disagree i think it's it's answering our moral imperative to protect the lives of our soldiers into by and so s what we do this is in some remote outpost it's the capital when the us i came here the population was five hundred thousand now it's more than five million refugees people desperate for work and terrorists have flooded kabul general nicholson showed us how vulnerable we city has become a suicide bomber there's gotta go in here he's going to kill himself he doesn't care about his future vastly easier than what what the afghan security forces exactly how easy is it infiltrates the city especially on this week now it's easier than we would like general nicholson took command in two thousand sixteen shortly after the us cut troop levels to fewer than ten thousand the enemy feel the vacuum suicide bombers have terrorized kabul ever since shattering police stations mosques and foreign embassies this truck bomb last year killed one hundred and fifty people it was the deadliest attack in the capital since the start of the war that level of brutality the level of heartlessness is unbelievable it'd be have to muster all our resources to be able to deal with this afghan president ashraf ghani rules from the presidential palace that's occupied the city center for more than a century we notice the walls around him and the rest of the city have expanded and grown taller since our last visit three years ago some of the streets we traveled turned into tight corridors of twenty foot high concrete various it made it hard to tell where we were parts of this city now are unrecognizable what happened here the war war is changing from a war against the armies to a war against people more civilians are dying in kabul every year and your response is more walls twentyone international terrorist groups are operating in this country dozens of suicide bombers or being sent their factories are producing suicide bombers we are under siege terrorizing the people the taliban have sown deep doubts about the government's the result angry protesters in the capital chanting death to ashraf ghani if you can't secure the capital how are you going to secure the rest of the country you told me can you prevent the.

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"He had gathered to exercise their rights as citizens and voters than the suicide bomber struck isis has now claimed responsibility for the bombing outside a government office in kabul afghanistan which has now claimed the lives of dozens of men women and children the blast took place in a largely shiite neighborhood as people lined up for national identification cards that is part of a drive to register millions of off guns in the runup to long delayed parliamentary elections would you michelle has been covering the attack for the new york times we reached him in kabul the images we are getting from this blast at this registration center are just devastating can you describe what you've seen it was a very crowded area so the victims were mixed about sixty people dead but one hundred twenty wounded and among them i mean the youngest i think we saw was about four years old the oldest i'm not sure there's this devastating picture of this one young girl hospital that who's in school uniform true still wearing her pink schoolbag the straps were still on her shoulders the sort of pulled up on this hospital bed in the morgue as a pillow would have people said to you about the the best you've enable to you and your colleagues have talked to some of the survivors what did they say about it they're very angry there's a lot of anger in that part of town because these sort of attacks have repeatedly targets.

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Hospitals to try and find out where that loved ones were and you can only imagine the amount of unnecessary distress this coast so leo what's going to happen now does it sound like these mistakes will be avoided and the system fixed before the next attack well a country like britain is struggling right now and will be struggling to deal with very new kinds of attack a thing like a suicide bomber needs a very different response from these marauding attacks and we know unfortunately that auditees having counted these kind of attacks in different combinations at different times and so it's incredibly difficult for emergency services to have all the answers to the particular combination of of violence they might experience when a terrorist attack happens the wolseley hornak in london with the latest on what went wrong in the emergency response last year as arianna grunted concert manchester leo thank you thanks very much more just ahead on the show a kid in the central african republic dreams of making it big in business you're with the world i'm marco werman and this is the world you know i always keep this bottle of water here in the studio with me just to take a sip whenever i get a little thirsty i can fill it up in the sink i can fill it up in a water bubbler outside the studio but for many people around the globe getting water is still a huge challenge i'm thinking specifically capetown south africa which was supposed to run dry next month but mercifully is not the world's livable planet editor peter thompsons here to talk about water shortages hey peter hey marco so are people coming to some solutions on this problem well capetown's had a really severe drought there climate is shifting it's becoming drier they've really had to clamp down in water usage and it seems to be working we have three stories coming out from reporter danielle at hsieh's low and here's a little slice from one of them keep ten officials have been warning for months now of an impending daisy eero when the city's taps would be empty they've threatened steep fines for residents who don't cut their water use to thirteen gallons a day and the extreme measures.

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Result of the suicide bomber the exact target of that blasts remaining unclear the somalia based extremist group bells chabab often carries out deadly bombings in mogadishu but there has been no claim of responsibility looks like no one's blinking in the persian gulf standoff that began nearly two months ago the boycott of cutter will continue without compromising insist foreign ministers of four sunni arab states that imposed heavy sanctions on the shiite gulf emirate they accused cutter of financing terrorism and having close links to iran the diplomat say cutter must meet thirteen demands including closing broadcaster aljazeera cutter says it's an attack on its sovereignty and won't comply y larry miller cbs news london w wjr news time one thirty seven we've got a big problem on eyes 696 will get you details on that lets you know how the weather forecast is shaping up to traffic and weather together coming your way net cbs wednesday their her over one hundred fifty million asteroids in our solar system but all it takes is one two window world this asteroid as a killer in only a few will have the courage to stop at ueno waiting for the government to save us we had to save us so how far would you go to protect the planet i wanna live before i die salvation cbs wednesday or stream it live or on demand shoot of the bird park gazebo concert series' every tuesday this summer edberg historical park located on the northeast corner of civic center in burg road all concerts a free and open to the public food is available for purchase just bring your own chair or blankets get the schedule at city of southfield dot com look under new news zan events.

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And he will be armed and he's last line of defence of you take care of him then you've got a chance to get that my guys took care of that problem then we got to the top one more stare with a goal and then it was down at two of us one guy in front of the in the back and he was looking up a set of stairs with the curtain that was kind of a doorway to a hallway he could see people moving and he said you know we had a gulf we gotta get up to they're putting a suicide vests and that's the point which are thinking okay this is at this is where we're going to die i remember looking behind you my job as the two managed to ensure we have enough guys to safely enter we didn't have enough or to spread than but i've dealt with suicide bombers before it's very fast very permanent it's very scary and finally i remember thinking not bravery it was just i'm so tired worried about getting pledge squeezed him on the shoulder which the signal ago he went up the stairs any move the curtain my tactic dictated for me to turn to the right and i did and there was bin laden me standing up onto feet with his hands on his wife shorter i remember thinking skinny skinnier they thought all and i thought is bearish orders kind kinda grey that's his nose he looked like he should as an i could see him right now and i i and i can't speculate on what he was thinking you know i've i've thought about it a thousand times widen surrender what's going on but in my reaction to women what if he did have the vessel doesn't take longest an officer said vest and i've heard criticism about for recognition you don't shoot them in the face and i'm like well you've never dealt with a suicide bomber because yes she deal unique to completely make them immobile faster can that was the case sasha.

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:48 min | 4 years ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"From abc news this is perspective a closer look at the week's top stories and the stories you may have missed i'm sherry preston in the minutes ahead bombing at a concert in england we had injury leg injury injury people flooded president trump steps out on the world stage for path to peace begins right here on this ancient suing is sacred and pottering america's armed forces going to school memorial day the country and recognized gives actually talk society that doesn't really all ahead on this on monday night police in manchester england say a suicide bomber detonated a backpack bomb just outside an area guerande concert was wrapping up killing at least twenty two people many of them kids injuring dozens more abc's tom rivers has more from manchester sherry another outrage like paris brussels niece in berlin this list goes on manchester now on the terrorist outrage leased but somehow this one seem to hurt even more on monday evening just seconds after the conclusion of an area on a grendade concert a suicide bomber struck outside of the manchester arena here in the heart of down very young and in the crowd many children who only seconds before were enjoying the music enjoying life i witnessed josh elliot sold the whole network now let me out this man mickey that digging his daughter to the nine years old whoa photographer jordan goodman arrived on the scene just minutes later what he saw garbage two the injured people walking wounded people would temporary dan did you you'd like on another got up in the blast andy holy wason voting went open at me seth lugo the president trump on a trip abroad summed up his senate votes so many young beautiful innocent people living and enjoying their lives murdered by evil losers in life this city this stuff lovable city has taken it on the chin but manchester has a tough tough gene and it will eventually bounce back the most emotional.

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Low fifty six we have rain and sixty six degrees a wsb depend on it we we are we are great in a breath of fresh air coming sense very impressive his taking away any knows exactly what we need government j solutions for a better america this is your host herman cain you for joining us because you know we wanna tell you the truth give you the facts because we want you to be better informed they have make this about a united states of america happening now that tragedy in manchester england terrorist attack isis is claiming responsibility for that suicide bombers attacked and the suicide bomber has been identified a 23yearold salman albuquerque a second man is now in custody to do people including children jana use killer last night's attack and another sixty or injured and in various hospitals so when president trump talks about countries working together as he's been talking about during this trip to stamp out radical islamic terrorism that's what he's talking about you're not gonna spend that out singing combodia our hurry counterterrorism experts speak this morning and he was asked well what about the statement that if they just understood us better that was a statement by the previous administration and this counter.

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on The Daily

"Using suicide bombers karmanos to create spectacular exclusions and and basically spook dont the offensive army the other thing that they're doing is all over east and west most of it is most will in just one little district cult top ten on just one morning when i was there i was shown four or five enormous tunnels that have been built in people splitting groups so you go into the house in paris basically a whole will defiance of the living room toured in every other room of the house in in some of instances that it was all the way up to the ceiling and then you pure down into this black will will that we were told him extends four hundred yards in certain instances so they use them to hide and the used him to be able to move from building to building without the coalition being able to you can from the air they're literally crawling underneath the forces trying to stamps amount that quick exactly and the other own the other technique that they're using to great effect in recent months and they've been using trends that especially can tile owner are just commercially available trounced that you can buy in mall you know across the region they've been able to engineer them to carry explosive now usually it's quite small it will be like a grenade or two but everywhere bright benefit the a rocky for me they're constantly talking about this so this is an or me that was used to being able to move because the atlantic state and having the air advantage on their side you know right the that had the droughts right literally the giants and now so i mean they have suffered injuries in casualties from the start attacks and they're becoming more more frequent which to me suggest that isis is becoming better and better at using them so we're now about halfway through the effort to liberate most all by the coalition forces led by the iraqi army guess what at this point is the official public version of what's happened in that effort and the islamic state control of muscle so the public person and is that.

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"suicide bombers" Discussed on KFIR 720 AM

KFIR 720 AM

02:57 min | 4 years ago

"suicide bombers" Discussed on KFIR 720 AM

"I want to thank you for listening and i want you i want to thank you for being cool and actually trying to be better human being well we're trying to be a better human being and it excuse each other for that i want to two i wanted to hear this clearly oh you're conscience only your own life question absolutely everything when you find the truth no matter where it takes you you have a decision to make wow this truth if i'm going to be consistent this truth takes name down this path and i don't want to be there now be honest with yourself so i have to detach myself from the things that i know art true because i want to do this and if you say i'm not choosing to believe this even know i know it's not true i'm choosing to stand over here that's your choice man and who can blaming for that that's your choice but here's what i learn from here's what i learn from the archbishop of mosul last night he came in we spent about four hours together he told me some amazing stories last friday last friday suicide bombers what an with their chess loaded with die tonight and they walked into home that or carry one head paid for to get these girls out of where they were and put him into a safe house so they could go to college remain going to college you want to talk about divine protection is seventy girls are in this home whom suicide bombers isis front door open they search the entire house the seventy girls are now college age are now under a bad upstairs they are hiding and they're all saying the rose ribeiro catholics and they're all saying the rosary one of them texts on their cell phone our house is under attack the choose suicide bombers go into that room because the windows are facing out front so they can see out front they spend.

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