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"The Vatican's criminal justice system has become more active with major prosecutions of financial crimes involving the Holy See. And last month, Pope Francis changed church law to explicitly allow women to take a greater liturgical role during Mass. The decree allows women to serve his readers at liturgies, altar servers and distributors of communion. And while in much of the Western world of women already do so, it's not the case everywhere. By making it official conservative bishops can no longer block women in their diocese from those roles. While not a radical shift, Michael. We says it officially recognizes common practices globally well again, it seems quite small for us, especially Westerners. It could have very significant impacts for women around the world as it will kind of And it gives them an authority and a recognition for the ministries that they do on the ground. Francis has also set up commissions to study the history of women deacons in the early centuries of the Catholic Church off which there is abundant evidence in the many frescoes in the ancient catacombs scattered throughout Rome. Sylvia Poggioli NPR NEWS Rome This'd is NPR news. You're listening to morning edition here on W N..

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Italy: Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte resigns

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02:22 min | Last month

Italy: Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte resigns

"Prime Minister just separate content, resigned today pushing the country into political uncertainty. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports. The power vacuum comes as Italy grapples with the covert 19 pandemic and severe economic stagnation counted formally handed his resignation to president said drama to read law at noon today, public with some Latina Good. Sam painted, the president's chief of staff, said moderator will begin consultations tomorrow with all political leaders to try to form a new government contest. Government. A coalition of the anti establishment five star movement and center left parties is the 66 since the end of World War two in the fall of fascism. Political scientists, Roberto D'Alimonte, he says Italians are unfortunately used to government crisis. We have not resolved in Italy the issue of political stability of government stability, and this is another example of these Malaysian on the Italian political system. But this government collapse is particularly ominous. Italy continues to Battle Cove in 19, which has already killed more than 86,000 people and devastated the country's already weak economy. People do not understand really, why We were in the political crisis, which is really internal for the political plans flash of conditions. That clash of ambitions were sparked by grumblings among coaches coalition partners In recent months, they began to complain about his centralization of power and his handling of some $240 billion in recovery funds Italy is to receive from the European Union. Last week, former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi withdrew his party's support in protest over cold his handling of the second phase of the pandemic and what he called contest lack of vision for Italy's future. Dante hopes to get the nod to try to form another government. But Dolly Monte says he's not irreplaceable. My government as soon as possible, went without culture and go on and take care of the epidemic in the recovery plane. Members of the outgoing coalition want at all costs to avert snap elections, which increases pressure on the squabbling politicians to reach a compromise.

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'Where Are The Women?': Uncovering The Lost Works Of Female Renaissance Artists

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04:22 min | 2 months ago

'Where Are The Women?': Uncovering The Lost Works Of Female Renaissance Artists

"Could not enter art academies in Italy, the cradle of Renaissance masters, no matter how talented Names of a few female artists of that time, and some from the centuries that followed, have often been lost in the mists of history. A Zen prior Sylvia Poggioli reports. There's an effort to bring their names and their work into the light. In this video tour of Florence is famed you Fitzy Museum travel writer Rick Steves list. Some of the highlights the United of Inches enunciation is exquisite. Michelangelo's holy family shows he could do more than carved statues. And Raphael in 2009, a nonprofit group was founded in Florence to see who's missing. I started going into the deposits and the museum storage is and addicts and Checking what was actually there. What works by women? It was something that had never been done before. Because no one had ever before. Asked the question, Where are the women? That's Linda Fanconi, an American writer who helped found a W a advancing women artists. The group has identified some 2000 artworks by women in museum basements and damp churches and finance The restoration of 70 works. Fanconi describes the challenges women artists faced in the Renaissance. Women didn't have citizenship. They couldn't produce art as a profession. They couldn't study anatomy no in the nude figures, for example, because it just wasn't considered appropriate. The inability to study in the same in the same forum as male artists is very significant. A major discovery was a huge canvas 21 ft. Long off 13 life sized men. The only known last supper painted by a woman. She's the 16th century Dominican nun, Clumpy Llanelli who worked inside a convent. Florence has a long last supper tradition. But, says Francona, most of them are static. Whereas Nelly actually chooses sort of the key moment in which Christ announces his betrayal and you have all of the apostles. Feeling the emotion of that very serious news. And so she is able to do. A study of their their responses of their psychological responses Give her time the nuns works were prized because they were believed to be imbued with spirituality. Art restorer, Elizabeth Week says. Like so many female artists, medley was then for gotten It seems to me to be about the middle of the 19th century when these paintings stop being mentioned in the guidebooks. Women artists stop being mentioned. If nobody writes about you, Then you fade from history. Weeks is restoring two large works by the Atlanta Ferrone E an 18th century child prodigy. Little is known of her other than she was born in 17. 20 lived in a period of great change, says writer and Ghaleb. We do know that well educated women. Certainly we're getting much more of a seat at the table, and there were definitely a few women who were achieving much greater. Prominence. Then before hands while still in her twenties, Federal Me was awarded a prestigious commission by a Florence hospital to paint two ovals. The subject matter was usually reserved for men spirituals scenes to help heal the ill. The art of healing has been a constant theme of AWS mission, says director Fanconi. Piece of art has its life. It gets hurt. It gets damaged. It needs renewal. It needs to be talked about and paid attention to accept the restoration as well as exhibits. Advancing women artists has fulfilled its mission, says Falcone, and the organization has announced it's shutting down next June due to insufficient funds. But it's not a sign of failure, she says, because art lovers are now finding answers to the question. Where are the women? Sylvia Poggioli NPR news

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04:02 min | 2 months ago

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"In Nashville remains in effect through tomorrow evening, and the city's mayor is asking people to avoid the downtown area. President Trump is spending the Christmas weekend at his Florida Gulf Club after throwing a wrench in efforts to provide coronavirus relief and keep the government operating. Bill has been flown down tomorrow. Lago is NPR's child, Snyder reports, millions of Americans have at least temporarily lost their jobless benefits. Extended unemployment benefits expired overnight, meaning some 14 million Americans have lost him. At least in the short term, President Trump could still sign off on the more than $900 billion bill. It's been sent to his mar a Lago resort. But it remains unclear what the president will do. The coronavirus stimulus package is attached to a more than 5000 page $1.4 trillion government spending bill. It includes eviction protections for renters and those $600 stimulus checks for qualifying Americans that the president is demanding be raised to $2000. Out the president's signature. The federal government could go into a partial shutdown Monday at midnight TRIAL. Snyder NPR news and while the government faces a potential partial shutdown, some state governments are stepping in to help their citizens from member station Kunc, Curly Hucles reports. Colorado officials are doing what they can to help their constituents. Governor Jared Pulis has amended and extended an executive order concerning the 2020 election and the secretary of state's operations. You have the extended provisions will enable political parties to continue utilizing remote operations to minimize the risk of spreading. Covert 19 Polish also extended in order that authorizes the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment to make one time direct cash stimulus payments to qualifying individuals facing financial difficulties due to cope in 19. This extension makes funds available to the department until the end of February. All other provisions have been allowed to expire for NPR news. I'm Carly Hucles in Loveland, Colorado. And you're listening to NPR news. Discovery from an archaeological site in the ancient Roman city of Pompeii. Buried in a volcanic eruption. 2000 years ago, NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports images of a far of food bar for the population of that time have been on Earth, telling more of the story of the place and its people. The hot food shop is known as a terrible polio Latin for hot drinks counter. It was discovered in a part of the ancient site not yet open to the public. The front of the counters decorated with brightly colored frescoes depicting animals that presumably were on the menu. Ah, chicken and ducks hanging upside down. The top of the counter has several circular holes in which terracotta jars containing the cooked food were lowered. The food bars were frequented mostly by poor people who didn't have cooking facilities at home. The ancient town south of Naples had a population of 13,000 when it was buried under ash and lava from interruption of Mount Viso. Venus in 79 80. The ruins of Pompeii were discovered in the 16th century. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome Meanwhile, visitors to Hawaii's volcanic eruption site are being greeted by park Rangers and citations. Rangers say people are getting into dangerous areas to take photos and videos of the eruption that created a lake of love in the crater. Minds for violating national Park rules started $150. They increase after multiple violations, and they can lead to being expelled from the park. It's the first time the volcano has erupted since 2018 after more than three decades of constant eruptions. I'm Janine Herbst. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from the Vital Projects Fund supporting the Museum of Modern Art's Where Judd a retrospective of Donald Judd's work, including sculptures, paintings and drawings is on view Info on tickets at MoMA dot.

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05:17 min | 3 months ago

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"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro, Pope John Paul. The second was one of the most beloved pope's in recent memory, but a recent report from the Vatican has cast him in a new light. A two year long investigation into how a disgraced American cardinal rose up the ranks despite allegations of sexual misconduct, lays the blame largely at the feet of John Paul. Now some Catholics are rethinking his legacy. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports from Rome. When John Paul died in 2005 after a 26 year reign, His funeral drew millions to ST Peter's Square, chanting Santo Subito, making the Saint immediately put on the fast track. He became a saint, a record nine years later. Now many Catholics are asking Was that too hasty? The Vatican report shows that in 2000, John Paul appointed Theodore McCarrick, archbishop of Washington, despite repeated warnings about allegations of sexual misconduct. Papal biographer George Weigel was quick, however, to defend John Paul. There is no problem in saying a saint can be deceived. Saints or human beings, human beings can be deceived by pathological liars. And John pulls a second. Wallace Heidi Schlumpf, editor of the Liberal National Catholic Reporter, disagrees. Saints are not perfect, but they are models and I don't think John Paul. The second is a model of how our church should be dealing with clergy sex abuse. Following the McCarrick report, the publication called for the Suppression of the cult of Saint John Paul, the second Catholicism's that Schlumpf cult means the commemoration and veneration of a saint. Suppression would mean schools and churches should not be named after him, and devotion should be private. The editorial said. This man undermined the global churches witness shattered its credibility as an institution and set a deplorable example for bishops in ignoring the accounts of abuse victims. Massimo federally Villanova University professor of theology, says suppression of the cult is unlikely in the U. S. As an anti communist champion, he says John Paul's influence was vast, not on Lee among conservative American Catholics. Those Catholics that our middle of the road Because he was say. Larger than life were like person and he's he's Iker in his name mean here much more than two Catholics, you know the country's the character isn't the only sexual predator John Paul turned a blind eye to father Marcel Marcel, who abused numerous miners and father Children, was punished by the Vatican on Lee after John Paul's death. McCarrick report suggests John Paul's experience with the secret police and communist Poland may have convinced him that allegations of clerical sex abuse were fabricated to damage the Catholic Church. That may explain his blind spot and not believing the accusations, says Father Thomas Reese, senior analyst at Religion News Service But does not excuse it. John Paul, the second was incapable of believing That his friends and supporters could be involved in sexual abuse. He thought they were doing wonderful things for the church. And he just could not imagine that they could be doing such vile deeds. Catholic author Dawn. Even Goldstein still believes John Paul is a saint. I'm a Catholic theologian. And I personally believe that canonizations are infallible. But will she continue to pray to him? I have a lot of saints whose intercession I prefer to ask before I asked John Paul's Nowhere has the criticism of John Paul's legacy hit so hard as in his native Poland. Country that is now grappling with a growing clerical sex abuse scandal of its own. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome Baker, trapped in her Brooklyn kitchen has been on a virtual road trip. She is reaching every part of the country by baking, elaborate pies that celebrate unique offerings from each of the 50 states. So no ordinary peach pie for Georgia instead. Imagine a stewed sweet tea peach pie with brown sugar pecan crumble. NPR's NEDA Willoughby has more Need our baker Stacy may on fall originally from Singapore. Fong left in Indonesia and Hong Kong before moving to the U. S for college 14 years ago. Song remains dazzled by America and the generosity of her friends who would invite a lonely piloting foreigner to share holidays when she had nowhere else to go. So like, how can I repay them in some sweet or savory way in flaky crust, you know, falling answers that question on her website and Instagram 50 fives 50 States. Here She is bouncing around in a cheerful red, white and blue T shirt Preparing a blueberry pie. If you don't get.

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Vatican to release long-awaited report into ex-Cardinal McCarrick's rise despite allegations of sexual misconduct

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01:05 min | 4 months ago

Vatican to release long-awaited report into ex-Cardinal McCarrick's rise despite allegations of sexual misconduct

"Releases its long awaited report on disgraced former US Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports is expected to shed light on how McCarrick rose through the church hierarchy. Despite widespread knowledge of his sexual misconduct. Two years ago, Pope Francis ordered a thorough study of all Vatican documents concerning the Carrick. A few months later, the pope expelled him from the priesthood after a Vatican investigation found McCarrick guilty of sexual abuse of minors and adult and abuse of power. The report said To be several 100 pages long includes separate investigations conducted in four US diocese where McCarrick served. He rose to the pinnacle of power in the U. S. Catholic Church. Although his sexual misconduct was an open secret in the year 2000 Pope John Paul, the second went ahead and nominated McCarrick archbishop and a year later Cardinal despite Vatican knowledge that seminarians had complained he had abused them. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome

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"sylvia poggioli" Discussed on KQED Radio

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01:49 min | 4 months ago

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"Cocktails. Sylvia Poggioli NPR NEWS Rome You're listening to NPR News live from news on Paul Land Core Strong winds have been slamming the Bay Area's higher elevations for a second morning in a row. The National Weather Service says. The strongest gusts, it observed overnight and this morning measured 78 miles an hour at the top of Mount ST Alina. Forecasters say critical weather conditions will continue in the North Bay Mountains and Eastbay hills into this afternoon. In the meantime, PG and E says it has restored electricity too close to half of the 345,000 customers affected by its latest round of power shut offs. PG and E's Marc Quinlan on the inspection work that's led to that restoration 65 helicopters. All of them were in the air during those patrols and restoration activities. We do have that one fixed wing you're correct that has the high resolution camera and infrared technology that allows us to see some of our assets at night. We used that primarily on our transmission system, and it was effective. The rest of the customers affected by the outages are said to have their power back by late this evening. The Oakland A's are reportedly laying off 20% of their staff. The Eastbay Times is reporting that the cuts affect employees on the business and baseball operation side of the team. They include people who work in ticket sales, marketing, scouting and player development. Most of the laid off workers were furloughed in April do to pandemic crowd restrictions affecting the Coliseum. The San Francisco Giants also recently laid off several dozen employees. I'm Paul Lank or any news support comes from San Francisco operas streaming Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor for this Halloween weekend at sf opera dot com. Support for NPR comes from T. I es,.

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Pope Francis names Washington, DC-area Archbishop first African American cardinal

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02:43 min | 4 months ago

Pope Francis names Washington, DC-area Archbishop first African American cardinal

"Pope Francis is breaking new ground for the Roman Catholic Church in the past week, his voiced support for civil unions for LGBTQ people, and then on Sunday, he named the first African American cardinal Here's NPR's Sylvia Poggioli from Rome. Speaking from his window overlooking ST Peter's Square, Francis announced Wilton Gregory among the 13 new cardinals. He has chosen Monsignor with Gregory. Relativistic over the Washington The 72 year old archbishop of Washington, has been widely praised for his handling of the sex abuse crisis that has rocked the Catholic Church. As head of the U. S Bishops conference in the early two thousand's, he helped develop the church's zero tolerance policy that has set an example for the Catholic Church in the rest of the world. The archbishop has also been praised for his more inclusive treatment of LGBTQ Catholics. An outspoken civil rights activists. The African American prelates, elevation comes as U. S society is reckoning with systemic racism. He's reminded the church that black lives are sacred Father, Brian Massengale, who is black, is a professor of theology at Fordham University. It's a powerful affirmation of The presence of African American Catholics of our faithfulness in the church, and, frankly, that were group who have kept faith with the church That's not often than faithful to US. Archbishop Gregory made headlines this summer when he blasted President Trump's photo opportunity hoisting a Bible at a Washington Episcopal Church. After police and soldiers used tear gas and rubber bullets to clear protesters. And he criticized the president's visit the following day to the Saint John Paul, the second national shrine, saying, quote it's baffling and reprehensible that any Catholic facility would allow itself to be so egregiously misused and manipulated. Bishop sheltered Fabray, one of a handful of African American Catholic bishops has worked closely with Gregory as a black bishop and in the name of black Catholics across the country to know that Someone who looks like us is going to have direct access to the mind and heart of the pope. I think that's a tremendous, tremendous gift. The new Cardinals will be elevated in a formal ceremony at the Vatican on November 28th. You will then be 128 Cardinals Under the age of 80 eligible to elect the next Pope Francis has now appointed almost 60% of them, raising the chances that the next pope will be closely in line with his own policies.

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Pope: Market capitalism has failed in pandemic, needs reform

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01:02 min | 5 months ago

Pope: Market capitalism has failed in pandemic, needs reform

"Presented his blueprint for a post Covad world addressing income inequality, immigration and social injustice. And as NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports, Francis says the pandemic has shown that market capitalism has failed. The pope's post pandemic vision is contained in his latest encyclical, Fratelli Tootie in Italian Fratelli refers to both brothers and sisters. It's released came on the birthday of his name, say ST Francis of Assisi. It's escaping description ofthe Les affaires capitalism. Francis denounces this dogma of neo liberal faith that resorts to the magic theories of spillover and trickle down economics. Ah, good economic policy, he adds, Creates jobs doesn't cut, Hm. The encyclical is a critique of nationalism and populism and the divisiveness caused by social media on racism, the pope said. It is a virus that quickly mutates and instead of disappearing goes into hiding and lurks in waiting so people Jolie NPR news Rome

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Pope: Market capitalism has failed in pandemic, needs reform

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01:03 min | 5 months ago

Pope: Market capitalism has failed in pandemic, needs reform

"Pope Francis has presented his blueprint for opposed cove world, which covers fraternity income, inequality immigration, and social justice. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports. The Pope has the dad says a pandemic has shown that market capitalism has failed. The pope's post pandemic vision is contained in his latest encyclical `Fratelli cty in Italian `Fratelli. Refers to both brothers and sisters. It's release came on the birthday of his namesake Saint Francis of Assisi, it's escaping description of laissez faire capitalism Francis Denounces. This dogma of Neil Liberal faith that resorts to the magic theories of spillover and trickle down economics. A good economic policy he adds creates jobs doesn't cut them. The encyclical is a critique of nationalism and populism and the divisiveness caused by social media on racism. The pope said it is a virus that quickly mutates and instead of disappearing goes into hiding and lurks in waiting. So People Jolie NPR news Rome

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02:08 min | 6 months ago

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"A firefighter died while battling the flames. A procession of forest service and law enforcement vehicles accompanied the fallen firefighter and his family as the body was driven out of the fire zone. For NPR News. I'm Matt Gilman, Los Angeles Is NPR news. Tropical storm beta slowly moving over the Gulf of Mexico. Forecasters expect landfall in Texas by early Tuesday. At last check. Beta had top winds clocked at 60 MPH and was located about 200 miles south east of Galveston. Italians are heading to the polls today and tomorrow when the government's first test following the country's covert 19 lock down that devastated the economy. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports a constitutional referendum is on the ballot and seven regions choose new governors. Low turnout is likely in Italy's first pandemic election volunteers will count ballots after thousands of election officials bowed out due to health concerns. While not as bad as in neighboring countries. Italy has seen an uptick in covert 19 cases in recent weeks. The referendum calls for reducing parliament members by a third and is likely to pass. But the governor races are harder to predict. All eyes are on Tuscany, a leftist bastion for 50 years. The centre left Democratic Party is in a tight race with the right wing league, whose candidate Suzanna, Czech are the Istanbul e anti migrant When running for mayor of a small town. She campaigned against teaching Children the lyrics to John Lennon's Imagine claiming its communist propaganda. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS The British government says it will impose a costly fine on people who break a new rule designed to stem a sharp rise in Corona virus infections. Requires people to self isolate if they test positive or are traced as a close contact. The government says violators will be fined the equivalent of nearly $13,000. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Eric and Windy Schmidt through the Schmidt Family Foundation, working together to create a just world where all people have access to renewable energy, clean.

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01:31 min | 6 months ago

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"In a country where public services are not known for their efficiency. The promise has left many Italians skeptical. Sylvia Poggioli NPR news And we have an update to a story that aired yesterday on the show. The White House has responded to our interview with Elizabeth Newman. She's the former Department of Homeland Security official who told our co host Steve that during her years in the administration. President Trump was reluctant to focus on right wing extremism. Here she is, and the irony is that he when he finally was comfortable with using the word domestic terrorism. It was in the context of antifa and trying to exploit or sell a story that the looting in the violence that we have seen somewhat associated with peaceful protests is antifa. And yet, if you look at the arrests that have occurred in the protests of the summer, it's the boogaloo movement. Or it's an association with Q and a on its the right side of the spectrum. It is not antifa. In a statement Responding to that interview, the White House said that Newman sounds like a quote disgruntled employees. That statement, however, does not dispute any of the details of her account. The full interview and the White House statement can be found online at NPR dot org's This is NPR news, and this is a public radio. Good morning on Beth. Hi. Singh is sitting in for day Freeman this morning. We've had trouble in the conquered Pittsburgh area and highway.

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Former Italian Premier Berlusconi Tests Positive For Coronavirus

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00:56 sec | 6 months ago

Former Italian Premier Berlusconi Tests Positive For Coronavirus

"Controversial former prime minister. Silvio. Berlusconi will remain in isolation at his home. He's tested positive for the coronavirus NPR SYLVIA POGGIOLI reports the eighty three year old had recently vacation in one of Italy's pandemic hotspots. Bidders Kony's personal doctor told an Italian news agency that he does not have any symptoms, but he decided to test for the virus after spending time at his villa on the island of Sardinia. He tested positive just a week after his close friend Flavio Briatore very owner of an exclusive nightclub in Sardinia was hospitalized. We've covid nineteen. Milan said Denia had been mostly spared by the pandemic but in August, the summer playground for the rich and famous became a disease spreader. Large numbers of young people crowded is pristine beaches and danced at its discos flouting the government's safety protocols Sylvia Pohjola NPR news.

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UN agency urges help for Banksy-sponsored migrant ship

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00:21 sec | 6 months ago

UN agency urges help for Banksy-sponsored migrant ship

"Coast Guard says it's taken on board 49 of the most vulnerable migrants who've been stranded on a rescue ship in the Mediterranean Sea. Dozens more remain on the overloaded ship, which has not found a safe port. NPR Sylvia Poggioli reports, The crew started issuing calls for help. Last night.

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02:59 min | 6 months ago

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"Account provides much more detail than what investigators have provided So far. An attorney for the Kenosha Professional Police Association calls narratives of portrayed Jacob Blake is a peacemaker, breaking up a fight purely fictional. The union's accounts. His officers responded to a complaint that Blake was attempting to steal the caller's keys and vehicle and that he was wanted on a warrant for third degree sexual assault. The union also contends that Blake was uncooperative, non compliant in resisting police. That he brandished a knife fought with officers, but one in a headlock was tased twice and that they continue to ignore commands even when threatened with lethal force That attorney for Blake calls the police union account overblown. Adding that Blake posed no threat when he was shot in the back seven times. David Shaper. NPR NEWS, KENOSHA, Wisconsin. The Italian Coast Guard says it's taken on board 49 of the most vulnerable migrants who've been stranded on a rescue ship in the Mediterranean Sea. Dozens more remain on the overloaded ship, which has not yet found a safe port. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports, The crew started issuing calls for help last night. Louise Michel was named after a French feminist anarchist tweets, made overnight by the Louise Michel Crew said the boat is overcrowded and no longer master of its destiny to U. N agencies have called for the urgent disembarkation of the ship and of two other ships carrying a total of 400 migrants. In a joint statement, they said, they're deeply concerned about the continued absence of dedicated you led search and rescue capacity in the Mediterranean. Louise Michel was bought with proceeds of sales of works by Banksy, an artist known for his political and social commentary. GRAFFITI. Sylvia Poggioli NPR NEWS. This's NPR. Live from kick. Edie News. I'm Queen Kim in San Francisco. Some personal care services, including nails and hair salons will be able to operate outdoors starting Tuesday. Gyms and fitness centers can re open about a week later. That's according to Mayor London Breed. Who spoke at a press conference yesterday is ultimately What we don't want to do. Is open up these places. And then all of a sudden I see a spike and then have to go backwards. San Francisco is still in what state officials are now calling tear to a phase a substantial risk of community disease transmission. State utility regulators are killing a program that allowed water companies to add surcharges to water bills. The California Public Utilities Commission voted for 21 this week to eliminate the program adopted in 2008 during the historic drought. When water usage drop back then and allowed companies to recoup lost revenues through those surcharges. Here's commissioner March.

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01:30 min | 7 months ago

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"Job last year by the U. S Territory Supreme Court She was running in her own right, but Vasquez was defeated by the former Puerto Rican representative to Congress, Pedro Pierluisi. Sunday vote finished mishandled elections from the prior week when ballots were not delivered to all Puerto Rican polling stations. A city government in Rome says that because of a spike in Corona virus cases, discos must be shut down. NPR Sylvia Poggioli reports in some places in Italy people must now wear facemasks. The new restrictions go into effect today and will last until September 7th. They were decided after covert 19 cases registered in the past week. We're double those three weeks ago and the average age of those affected fell below 40 Health Minister Roberto Speranza said. We cannot nullify the sacrifices made in the past month. Our priority must be opening schools in September in full safety. Health officials blamed the majority of you cases on Italians returning from vacations abroad and on young people enjoy nightlife, ignoring social distancing and face masks. Italy was the first European country hit by the pandemic and has recorded more than 35,000 deaths. Sylvia Poggioli NPR News an oil tanker that was leaking oil on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius, has broken into It had already leaked about 1000 metric tons of oil into the pristine water on the island. Teams drained the rest of the oil out of the tanker before broke apart and heavy.

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Andrea Bocelli, Who Had COVID, Says Lockdown Humiliated Him

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Andrea Bocelli, Who Had COVID, Says Lockdown Humiliated Him

"From covert 19 Italian opera singer Andrea Bocelli's criticizing the government's handling of the pandemic. Here's NPR's Sylvia Poggioli. The superstar made the comments at a conference in the Italian Senate organized by opposition politicians described as covert deniers, Bocelli said of the locked out I felt humiliated and offended. I could not leave the house even though I had committed no crime. Nearby motel. Salvini, leader of the populist League party, refused Parliament staff request that he wear a mask. But Kelly's comments stunned observers on Easter Sunday he had sung at belong Cathedral in a concert for hope. In his government critique. The 61 year old confessed he disobeyed locked down rules because he didn't think it was right or healthy to stay at home at his age. In May, Bocelli announced he and his entire family had tested positive for Cove.

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Vatican says bishops should report sex abuse to police

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Vatican says bishops should report sex abuse to police

"The Vatican is advising bishops to report investigations into clerical sex abuse of minors to civil authorities, even if local laws don't require it. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports. It's part of a long awaited manual. The handbook was issued in numerous languages and comes a year and 1/2 after Pope Francis summoned the heads of the world's bishop conferences. For a four day tutorial on abuse. For the past two decades, Roman Catholic churches around the world have been hit by numerous sex abuse cases and have spent billions of dollars in settlements. The manual does not have the force of a new law that goes beyond the current policy that bishops must report allegations of sex crimes on Lee, where legally required. The manual is aimed at depriving bishops of excuses not to investigate allegations of clerical sex abuse in order to protect their priests. Sylvia Poggioli

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Vatican Museums Reopen To Smaller Crowds Amid Pandemic

Weekend Edition Sunday

02:24 min | 9 months ago

Vatican Museums Reopen To Smaller Crowds Amid Pandemic

"What we like to have rooms famed museums mostly to yourself the Vatican museums reopened this week after being closed for three months due to due to the coronavirus lockdown as NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports the usual hordes of tourists are not there which makes for an unusual experience the price for the pandemic more than six million people visited the Vatican museums every night here waiting in line to enter could last several hours and just getting a glimpse of the artworks often require painful jostling and rubbernecking for the post lockdown reopening the media has been invited and it seems there are more reporters than visitors one of them is Roman legion yeah his last visit was on a school trip fifty years ago thank you so long she went on to get a leg up I decided to come because there are no Americans or other tourists I hope the pandemic never happens again he adds but this is a once in a lifetime experience museum access is now buy online reservation only for a limited number of visitors per hour temperatures are scanned and they're required to wear face masks this is the whole of Constantine one of the rooms painted by the renaissance master Rafael opened for the first time after years of restoration visitors can now would my R. two female figures along a tributary to Rafael's workshop after careful cleaning experts now say they're the work of the master himself shortly before his death five hundred years ago Vatican museum director model but I doubt that is here to welcome the media that duty because older it's a day of choices yeah after so many days of lockdown something no one in our generation had ever experienced she says that while the number of daily visitors will be restricted museum hours have been extended including two evenings a week to allowed people that were to come and visit us because of course in the near future probably only local people lead join us the Vatican museums cover seven miles it's so quiet you can now hear your steps along the long corridors lined with ancient tapestries and maps of the

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Spain Virus Cases Pass Italy, Where Daily Deaths Are Falling

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Spain Virus Cases Pass Italy, Where Daily Deaths Are Falling

"The rate of new deaths in Italy has slowed over the past four days but NPR Sylvia Poggioli reports the number of new cases rose at a faster rate the death toll is more than fifteen thousand and the total number of cases is close to a hundred and twenty five thousand civil protection chief on journal Borelli said the number of patients in intensive care drop for the first time since the epidemic was revealed at the end of February officials believe Italy has reached a plateau ahead of an expected decline in the near future close to two hundred thousand people have been charged for violating the lockdown in nearly four hundred persons who tested positive have been charged for violating their quarantine orders risking four years in prison for endangering citizens health so people Jolie NPR news Rome Spain has overtaken Italy is Europe's hardest hit country with more than a hundred twenty four thousand cases but Lucy a Benavidez reports there are signs the rate of infections is starting to slow as of Saturday there were eight hundred and nine deaths reported in twenty four hours the lowest number in seven days on Thursday and Friday the country had reported more than nine hundred fatalities for each day the number of infections has also slowed down on Saturday the daily increase of new reported cases was at five point nine percent the lowest figure Spain has seen in at least three weeks some healthcare workers warn the numbers could be higher though since only the most serious cases are tested intensive care units across Spain are already past capacity and there's a lot of equipment and protective material in many

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Italy overtakes China as country with most coronavirus-related deaths, registering 3,405 dead

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Italy overtakes China as country with most coronavirus-related deaths, registering 3,405 dead

"Italy's death toll in the corona virus pandemic now surpasses that of China which for months since the outbreak in Wuhan had the largest number of coronavirus infections and deaths in the world China's population is also twenty times that of Italy's the Italian government has recorded more than thirty four hundred deaths so far and your Sylvia Poggioli reports prime minister Decepticon to says the lockdown in Italy will be extended beyond April third he said we have not reached the peak yet and when we do it does not mean Italy will return immediately to everything that was how it was before in fact he made it clear that it is very likely that the restrictions the lockdown which was originally supposed to last till March twenty fifth the school closings till April third he said that both of those will probably be extended not yet we don't know yet how long it isn't official yet but it's everybody's expecting this is going to be a long haul NPR Sylvia put

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Number of coronavirus cases in Italy soar to more than 5,000

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Number of coronavirus cases in Italy soar to more than 5,000

"House the total number of coronavirus cases in Italy the hardest hit country outside of Asia surge today by more than one thousand two hundred NPR Sylvia Poggioli reports the outbreak is centered in northern regions where hospitals are under extreme strain civil protection agency chief Angelo Borrelli read out the latest contagion numbers in what has become his daily TV appearance today was the largest daily increase since the epidemic surfaced two weeks ago the total number of deceased now stands at two hundred and thirty three most cases are in the regions of Lombardy vantage any media Romagna health authorities have appealed for help after the number of Lombardy patients in intensive care rose by twenty three percent in one day the government is also expected to approve a draconian measure that would widen the locked M. zone to almost the entire Lombardy

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Italy Battles an Eruption of Coronavirus Cases

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01:02 min | 1 year ago

Italy Battles an Eruption of Coronavirus Cases

"Italy is suddenly become the European country with the largest number of cases of coronavirus topping one hundred cases appear Sylvia Poggioli reports that two people have died and dozens of towns are in lockdown in northern Lombard in the bend of the region's the patients in the two new clusters have no direct links to the origin of the outbreak in Asia many of the infected have been hospitalized in Milan Europe's third largest city with some three million people Milan mayor Beppe Sala ordered schools be closed in today's first league soccer matches have been canceled with fashion week underway Milan designer Giorgio Armani show will be in an empty show room and streamed online in the Venditto region after two new cases of corona virus were reported in Venice governor look inside yet announced the rest of carnival the city's major tourist event will be canceled the daily publico reported several diocese have removed holy water from churches and told the faithful to abstain from giving signs of peace during mass so people Jolie NPR news

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Top US cardinal expelled from Catholic priesthood over allegations he abused teenager and solicited sex during confession

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Top US cardinal expelled from Catholic priesthood over allegations he abused teenager and solicited sex during confession

"Just days before a global summit at the Vatican on clerical sex abuse, a high profile Roman Catholic figure has been expelled from the priesthood. Former cardinal Theodore McCarrick had risen to a high position of power in the Catholic church in the US, but NPR Sylvia Poggioli reports that McCarrick has now been defrocked at the end of appeal process. The Vatican congregation for the doctrine of the faith announced it had found McCarrick guilty of solicitation in the sacrament of confession and having sex with minors and adults with the aggravating factor of abuse of power. The decree was approved by pope Francis. And there's no appeal rumors of McCarrick sexual relations with seminarians had circulated for years last spring allegations were made that he had abused a minor more than fifty years ago in July on the pope's orders McCarrick became the first Catholic prelate in nearly a hundred years to lose the title of cardinal. Since then he's been leaving. Seclusion in a fiery in

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"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Federal prosecutors in New Yorker seeking documents from President Trump's inaugural committee. NPR's Matthew Schwartz says the Justice department is looking into how the event was funded and by whom the investigation by the Manhattan US attorney's office is looking into how Trump's inauguration raised more than one hundred million dollars more than any other inaugural committee in history. According to the Wall Street Journal, the subpoena reportedly seeks information about who donated money, whether they were promised anything in return, and whether any foreign contributors were involved federal law forbids foreign nationals from donating to a presidential inaugural committee. Prosecutors are also looking into who attended inauguration parties, and whether they were promised photo ops with Trump a spokesperson for the inaugural committee confirmed to NPR that they intend to cooperate with the inquiry. Matthew Schwartz NPR news, Washington? President Trump is scheduled to deliver the annual state of the union address. Night. First lady, Melania Trump will attend with several guests. They include Delaware, sixth grader, Joshua Trump who reported he was bullied because of his last name Democrats will give two responses to the address including one in Spanish by California attorney general Xavier Becerra former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams will deliver the other one. The Trump administration is moving forward with it's controversial push to drill for oil in Alaska's Arctic national wildlife refuge from Alaska's energy desk. Ravenna Canaan reports the administration is holding public hearings on the environmental review of the plan. People voice both support and opposition to drilling in the Arctic national wildlife refuge at a recent public hearing in Fairbanks Alaska, some critics say that the process is moving forward too quickly. Federal officials say that they're taking the necessary amount of time to do a sufficient environmental review. The administration's goal is to sell leases for drilling in the refuge by the end of this year. Revenues caney reporting pope Francis. Has has concluded his landmark visit to the United Arab Emirates, he celebrated an outdoor mass in Abu Dhabi that drew more than one hundred twenty thousand people NPR's, Sylvia. Poggioli reports..

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"sylvia poggioli" Discussed on KCRW

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"This is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Scott Simon pope Francis arrives in the United Arab Emirates tomorrow. He'll be the first pope to set foot on the Arabian, peninsula and peer, Sylvia. Poggioli reports that he'll visit Abu Dhabi the capital of the UAE for an international interfaith of anthill. Also, celebrate an outdoor mass for Catholics most of whom are migrant workers from other countries in a video message to the UAE. Pope Francis says his visit will help write a new page in Muslim Catholic relations. He Neil who Nisha faith in God unites. And it does not divide it draws us closer despite differences distances us from hostilities and aversion, the oil-rich federation of seven Emirates border Saudi Arabia, which administers the holy sites of mecca, and Medina and bands, observance of all religions, but Islam the UAE prides itself on granted. Slightly more religious freedom to its close to one million Catholics mostly Filipinos and Indians. But for non Muslims, it's illegal to proselytize there and blasphemy and apostasy laws carry possible death sentences in an off the record briefing. Vatican officials said Catholics in the UAE protect themselves by keeping a low profile in a video message. Bishop Paul hinder, the region's top Catholic official urged Catholics to pray for the rulers who invited the pope. I thank the u a e government for the generosity. Not only have they made to visit possible both half wholeheartedly given us a venue to celebrate mass setting a milestone in the region, the mass will be celebrated outdoors at the Ziad sports city stadium where a hundred and thirty thousand or expected that flock belongs to those Catholic churches on what Francis calls the peripheries of the work. World that he has made a central part of his pastoral care. Many of them are Kevin churches that work without priests because they don't have them Massimo. Federally professor of theology at Villanova university says over Skype that a key aspect of the visit will be how Francis relates with these very new and interesting mysterious exam saints way of being Catholic migrant Catholic from Asia to the Middle East for Jolie says this will give the pope a glimpse into what the Catholic church might look like in years to come. This is not just the exploring the Reagan peninsula, but also exploring global Catholicism most unexpected an unbelievable places for the feature of the judge Francis will also attended an interfaith meeting with Akhmed I'll tell ya. The Grandi mom of Cairo's allies are a key center of learning for SUNY. Islam with whom he has good relations. But some Middle East experts are uneasy about a papal visit to a country that's fighting in Yemen in coalition with Saudi Arabia. A UN report last August alleged that the Saudi Emirati coalition had killed thousands of civilians, tortured, POW's and used child soldiers in what could be war crimes under international law. Francis is scheduled to speak publicly twice during the visit at the interreligious event Monday, and at the mass on Tuesday, there are high expectations that the pope will as he has in the past address the human tragedy underway in Yemen, Sylvia. Poggioli NPR news, Rome. Gratiot, he's trying to cut through Grand Central station late again underway way to work in nineteen Forty-six when she stumbled over an abandoned suitcase. She looks inside you cut your finger and finds a packet with a dozen photos each of a different woman and becomes intrigued what she discovered about those women and the woman whose name Trig is engraved on the case is told in Pam generals new novel, the lost girls of parish and Pam general for former US foreign service officer now teaches law Rutgers and who's author of the previous bestseller, the orphan's tale joins us from the studios of WHYY in Philadelphia. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks for having me. So why doesn't she just leave the suitcase? We'll Greece's at an interesting crossroads in her life. She is what I call not quite a war widow. She lost her husband during World War Two but not to combat and she's living in New York. Trying to figure out what's next when she finds the suitcase. So I believe she's intrigued both with the photos for themselves. But also with this journey that is a bit of an escape from her own problems. The stories of these women were inspired by the stories of real people weren't they? They were I was researching from next book idea, and I discovered the incredible tale of the British women who had served in special operations, executive deployed behind enemy lines to engage in sabotage and subversion. And so this book is very much inspired by the real life heroism of those women. They had discovered maybe we should explain that for an a number of reasons men were more vulnerable to being discovered. Yes. It was the darkest days of the war for Britain when they started sending people over I men to engage in these activities and the men were easily discovered because on the streets of France in the early nineteen forties. There simply weren't many young men. They had all been conscripted or imprisoned and so British men trying to fit in were tagged quite easily. So someone said there's lots of women. Why don't we send some of those? You introduces us to a character named Eleanor Trig directly inspired by a real. British character named VERA Atkins. Tell us about them both. So in real life. Vera, Atkins, an interesting woman. She was not British. She was of east European descent of from Jewish family, and she had worked her way up through special operations executive and among other things became in charge of the women's unit. The women who were to serve in SOAP. So she was in charge of their recruitment and their deployment. And ultimately when many of these women were captured and killed. She felt a great deal of guilt and went to find out what had happened to them. You worked at the Pentagon and State Department clothing, a stint in Poland, I gather do we see any of that near novels all of my books are very much inspired by those experiences. I was I at the Pentagon, and that is a time that I refer to as seeing the world from the shoulders of giants to paraphrase. Psoriatic Newton I traveled all over the world with my boss including the fiftieth anniversary commemorations of World War Two and then moved over to the State Department and. Myself. I was I'm Jewish and I was on the ground in Poland became very close to the survivors. And the US government gave me responsibility for the holocaust issues. And so I- emerged from both of those experiences really changed and moved and I've been writing what I refer to as love songs to that period. Ever since so much of this novel is taken up with the stories of people who are trying to do the right thing when it's the stealthy thing. Well, how do we get hold of that in this time and place one of the themes that really emerged for me in writing? This book is the trust that we place in our governments and whether or not such trust is warranted. Which may or may not be a timely theme as well. But in this case in the book, you know, these women just up and left their lives and sometimes children and were dropped into Europe. You know, just dropped by plane and head of sort of fend for themselves, and they were very much doing what they believe was the right thing. But they were only one piece of a much larger puzzle and often, you know, it's a question of whether sort of the ends justify the means. I think do you hope that people who might read your novel might feel some debt to the real people. After whom it's modeled absolutely one of the most striking things is that not just the scope of the heroism of these women in the end their exploits. But you know, after the war they really received very little recognition for a long time. And so there's a great joy. Oy in bringing these stories to life, and someone remarked that this is almost an appropriate story for this metoo moment that we're having because it really is a story about women finding their power and their voice. Pam Jenna off her new novel. The lost girls have parish. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you for having me. High flying bird is a basketball movie, but rarely see a basketball. It's a film about just one character calls at the game that owner's broadcasters and advertisers put over the game. Andre Holland plays. Ray is sports agent finds his company credit cards suspended his wallet low on cash in the twenty fifth week of an NBA lockout players wanna play. They wanna get paid for playing before the millions of fans who want to see them. So in these days in which every phone is a camera. Why can't they just play? As Ray tells his new client rookie, you.

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"sylvia poggioli" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"sylvia poggioli" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"It is four days since parts of a motorway bridge and the Italian city of Genoa gave way rescue teams. Now warned us little chance of finding anyone alive. But while the recovery mission is tragically, straightforward issue of lifting huge slabs of concrete in the hope of finding life beneath Italy's government is engaged in a nasty complicated game of blame and punishment will. Sylvia Poggioli is senior European correspondent at NPR and she's based in Rome. Very warm, welcome back to monocle twenty four. Sylvia, just explain to us the the situation with who is blaming whom the moment for what happened? Well, it, you know, the government was just installed, it's less than three months old. It was historically June, and it's a coalition of two populist parties that neither most of the members have had hardly any experience in governing. So there's an awful lot of improvisation and and he inexp-. -perience here and this is certainly the biggest challenge they faced the better the collapse of the bridge, the deputy prime minister and leader of the anti-establishment five star movement immediately put the blame on the private company that has the license to manage the highway and the bridge that collapsed. And he's immediately said we must revoked the license that involves a tremendous amount of complicated legal issues that that means the government may be would have to make pay some big fines. So now this evening, the announcement was that they will begin the process to end the licensing, the licensing contract with the company. The company has fifteen days to present documentation.

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"sylvia poggioli" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"sylvia poggioli" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The parade. I have not seen an estimate Ninety two million maybe estimates coming. To me I've given neutral guidance I have received no suggestion I haven't received ten million or ninety two President Trump had sought to, parade after seeing a best deal day parade last year in. France the Vatican is. Expressing shame and sorrow for clerical sex abuse NPR Sylvia Poggioli reports the statement comes two days after a Pennsylvania grand jury issued. A scathing report on one of the largest investigations of pedophile priests the statement. Said the abuses described in the report are criminal and morally reprehensible it went on, to say that the church must learn hard lessons from its past and there should. Be accountability for both abusers and those who permitted abuse to occur the Pennsylvania grand jury report found that three hundred and one priest. In the state had sexually abused minors over the past seventy years. It was just the latest revelation in the clerical sex abuse scandal that, first emerged in Boston in two thousand two. And later in Europe Australia and Chile. Severely undermining the moral Authority and credibility of the Catholic church the statement, said pope Francis understands well how much these crimes shake the faith and the spirit. Of believers and vows to root out this tragic horror Sylvia Poggioli NPR news Rome the National Hurricane Center says tropical storm or Nesto. Is moving east in the Atlantic Ocean it's expected to reach Ireland. By Saturday in the Pacific hurricane lane is moving, west it's expected to, swing south of Hawaii early next week You're listening to NPR this is WNYC in New York at. Six o, four good morning. I'm Kerry Nolan immigrant rights activist Robbie Rog beers fight to stay in the US continues. After a three judge panel of the. US court of appeals in New York declined. To issue a stay of deportation WNYC's Beth Fertig reports The New. York judges noted that another federal court in New Jersey has already issued, a stay while Ragbhir seeks to vacate an old criminal conviction the three. Judge panel asked the parties to let the New York court no if the New Jersey judge's order. Is lifted if so that may require the court of appeals. To issue another stay while Ragbhir pursues a different case based on first amendment grounds, he claims the Trump administration targeted him. For deportation because. Of his activism but the government denies that the judges in. New York ordered that the first amendment case be expedited it includes Rog bears request for a permanent stay of deportation. Advocates and public officials. Are celebrating a new law signed by governor Cuomo this. Week cracking. Down on child. Sex trafficking WNYC's. Mara silvers reports the Bill closes a frustrating legal loophole for prosecutors before yesterday prosecutors had to prove that kids and teens under the age of eighteen were being coerced or. Forced into sex trafficking Thing that meant that if sex trafficking victims weren't willing to testify against their pimps and they could be framed as giving consent advocates say taking. Away the proof of force will make it easier to prosecute traffickers across. The, state Cuomo also signed a Bill that would, allow cases, to be moved into human trafficking courts in order. To connect survivors with counselling housing immigration services and healthcare for New Jersey, commuters the daily rush hour drive across the Lincoln tunnel is about to. Get a lot more hectic starting tonight two lanes to and from the Lincoln tunnel will be closed. For a bridge rehabilitation project in New Jersey that work is. Expected to last until the summer of twenty twenty one the New Jersey department of, transportation officials say commuters should expect quote. Severe congestion and. Delays for the next two and a half years officials are. Urging people to carpool adjust their schedules to skip peak hours or use public transportation the closure start at nine o'clock Tonight a heated visory is in effect for New York City and the surrounding. Area until six o'clock this evening for today partly sunny with a chance. Of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon some, of those could be, heavy, with damaging winds highs today around ninety degrees showers and thunderstorms are likely into this evening with overnight lows in the mid seventies right now seventy eight degrees skies. Over New York City are clear Support for NPR comes from the Lemelson foundation committed to improving lives, through invention in the US and developing countries and working to inspire and enable the next generation, of inventors more information is available at Lemelson dot org Horsa.

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Roxanne Scott, Louisville and Npr discussed on The Moth Radio Hour

The Moth Radio Hour

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Roxanne Scott, Louisville and Npr discussed on The Moth Radio Hour

"World needs energy solutions that combine pollution eliminate poverty and promote social justice npr sylvia poggioli reports on the vatican's take on the closed door conference addressing the heads of some of the world's major oil and gas companies pope francis said combating climate change with a transition to less polluting energy sources is a challenge of epochal proportions the two day conference brought together oil executives investors and vatican experts who believe they climate change is caused by human activity francis the first pope from a developing nation has made protection of the environment up pillar of his papacy we know the challenges facing us are interconnected the pope said if we are to eliminate poverty and hunger the more than one billion people without electricity today need to gain access to it but he added that energy must be clean sylvia poggioli npr news rome you're listening to npr news in washington and quickly as it became a powerful category four storm in the open pacific hurricane a lettuce win slowed saturday from one hundred forty miles an hour to sixty miles an hour it remains fire from the mexican coast and does not pose any threat to land the biggest threat is from ocean swells that are likely to cause rip current conditions the hurricane is forecast to move roughly parallel to the mexican coast for several days and then had further out into the pacific justify the favorite has won the one hundred fiftieth belmont stakes roxanne scott of member station w f p l has more on the kentucky bred thoroughbred justify a chestnut colt won the kentucky derby and preakness earlier this year making the horse the thirteenth in history to win the triple crown at one and a half miles the belmont is the longest of the three races american pharaoh was the last horse to win the triple crown in two thousand fifteen both american farrow and justify we're trained by bob baffert he's the second trainer to win the triple crown twice at fifty two years old justifies jockey mike smith is the oldest jockey to ever win the triple crown prior to american pharaoh the last horse to win the triple crown was affirmed who won in nineteen seventy eight sir barton was the first horse to win the triple crown in nineteen nineteen for npr news i'm roxanne scott in louisville top rank simona hell has won the french open by defeating sloan stevens three six six four six one it is how ups first grand slam title after she lost twice in the french open final and was runnerup at.

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"sylvia poggioli" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"sylvia poggioli" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The coal mines and workers and our industries coming back to american put our people back to work so trump was up here last night and he's saying if you're like me vote for rex the cone no way you can differ from somebody and i feel that succumb has never done anything for the working man he's anti union for right to work with these dynamics at play account is hugging trump as tight as he can succumb even went after the media at a saturday rally with the president let's give it to them they it they aren't it cone raised the tax bill trump recently signed into law saying he would have voted for it a single democrat voted for that bill and if corner lamb was there he would have voted against it to the argument boils down to if you like trump you need to vote for succumb trump came to pittsburgh to make it himself this weekend and connor lamb lamb this yam right lamb the sham he's trying to act like a republican so he gets he won't give me one vote trump's sounded confident saturday but tomorrow a district that favored him by nearly twenty points is in real danger of slipping into the democratic column scott detro npr news pittsburgh tomorrow will mark five years since pope francis was elected since then he has captured the imagination of catholics and noncatholics through his warmth wit and candor but as npr sylvia poggioli reports he has also been criticized on various fronts increasingly in the last year yellow thirty every sunday france's ends his remarks to the crowd in saint peter's square with these words warm brand so have a good lunch and dave that common touch india's the argentineborn pope to millions across the world he has championed migrants the poor and the environment shunning the opulent papal apartment francis lives in a hotel within the vatican and dines with other guests but in recent months the charismatic reformers image has taken some hits most controversial has been his handling of clerical sex abuse i was very hopeful in the beginning and when when francis i came into office but i.

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"The coal mines and the workers and our industries coming back to american people back to work so trump was up here last night and he's saying if you're like me vote for rex the cone no way no you you can differ from somebody and i feel that succumb has never done anything for the working man he's anti union for the right to work with these dynamics at place a cone is hugging trump as tight as he can succumb even went after the media at a saturday rally with president let's give it to them give it to them they aren't they aren't it raise the tax bill trump recently signed into law saying he would have voted for it not a single democrat voted for that bill and if corner lamb was there he would have voted against it to the argument boils down to if you like trump you need to vote for succumb trump came to pittsburgh to make it himself this weekend and connor lamb lamb the sham right lamb he's trying to act like a republican so he gets he won't give me one vote trump's sounded confident saturday but tomorrow a district that favored him by nearly twenty points is in real danger of slipping into the democratic column scott detro npr news pittsburgh tomorrow will mark five years since pope francis was elected since then he has captured the imagination of catholics and noncatholics through his warmth wit and candor but then pr sylvia poggioli reports he has also been criticized on various fronts increasingly in the last year thirty every sunday france's ends his remarks to the crowd in saint peter's square with these words warm brand so have a good lunch and itchy that common touch in the argentineborn pope to millions across the world he has championed migrants the poor and the environment shunning the opulent papal apartment francis lives in a hotel within the vatican and dines with other guests but in recent months the charismatic reformers image has taken some hits most controversial has been his handling of clerical sex abuse i was very hopeful in the beginning and.

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Oscars 2018: Stars voice support for immigrants

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Oscars 2018: Stars voice support for immigrants

"Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm core of a Coleman, Italy held parliamentary elections on Sunday, Half of Italians voted for populist and Eurosceptic parties over moderates the big winners are the anti establishment five-star movement and the far-right league NPRs Sylvia Poggioli reports. Neither party has enough votes to govern alone. The big losers, the centre-left coalition, headed by the Democratic Party that's been in government for five years. It came in at less than twenty percent, its lowest showing ever. The economy had improved in recent years, but the Democrats paid the price of a still sluggish recovery and the influx of six hundred thousand migrants in the last four years. The single biggest vote-getter with thirty one percent was the upstart five-star movement created on an anti establishment, throw the bums out platform, the far-right League campaign with Vera ntly anti immigrant and sometimes racist slogans. Several analysts described the situation as ungovernable and it will be weeks before it's no. On whether the rival winners can form a viable government. So people Jolie NPR News, Rome, North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un has hosted a welcome dinner for South Korean diplomats and bears Illyes Hugh reports. This is part of a historic trip by special South Korean on boys to Pyongyang This marks the first time the reclusive North Korean leader has met with high level South Korean officials in person. The dinner began at four in the morning US eastern time following the arrival of South Korea's special delegation. The delegation includes the south spy chief and it's head of national security. They were sent by South Korean president Moon Jae in to help pave the way for talks between moon and Kim and discussed conditions that would make a dialogue between North Korea and the US possible. The diplomats are working against the clock in about a month annual military drills begin on the Korean peninsula. This usually heightens tensions and confrontations between Pyongyang and Washington elite few NPR News soul the United Nations. Cational Scientific and Cultural Organization says it has fired a well-known Guatemalan, human rights activist Maria Martin reports from Guatemala that the activist is accused of sexual harassment sixty five year old frankly Roux has been active in international human rights circles for decades as a labor and human rights attorney. He defended various members of the opposition during what a mullah civil war, including indigenous rights leader Radovan two He founded the Center for legal action for human rights in what a mullah which Rod genocide cases. Before international courts in two thousand four liberal receive a nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. At the time of his firing, The rule was close to retiring us UNESCO subdirector for communications. He was let go by UNESCO after an investigation into a charge. He sexually harassed, another UNESCO employee For NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin And unthinkable. What the Mullahs You're listening to NPR News From Washington. This year's Academy Awards have been handed out for the best in films among the winners. The best picture honor went to the shape of water and its director. Guillermo del Toro was honoured as best director. The best actress was Frances McDormand Fort three billboards outside ebbing, Missouri. And best actor went to Gary Oldman four darkest hour. The MI-2 movement took center stage at the Oscars when actresses Ashley Judd Anabella Shira and Selma Hayek walked out to speak and peers. Eric Duggan's has more Judd shura. An Hayek are among the women who have accused Oscar-winning producer, Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment and worse, forcing Hollywood defaced the issue. They stood together at the Oscars to introduce a pre-taped montage of interview and film clips. Highlighting the advantages of giving women LGBTQ people and people of color, a greater voice in major movies. The segment included observations from stars like the the Davis ever do Rene and comic Qamil non Johnny. Who noted films with different points of view help society, But the also make so much money. Hollywood should support them because it will make them rich. Eric Dagens NPR News teachers in West Virginia will remain off the job today. It's their eighth day out of the classroom as they protest over a wage. Increase the West Virginia, Governor and State House have supported a five percent pay increase the state Senate only adopted a four percent pay increase and teachers say they won't go back to classrooms without the higher offer. The teachers also say they want changes to their health care system which they say is flawed. I'm Korver Komen NPR News in Washington.

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"Here from green party presidential hopeful jill stein under the new law only candidates who trail the winner by one percentage point or less in statewide elections could seek a recount if that had been in effect last year democratic candidate hillary clinton could have requested one she finished only twenty two thousand votes behind then republican candidate donald trump stein would have been banned from making such a request democrats argued against the change saying if candidates want to pay for a recount they should be allowed to pursuade stein paid for the wisconsin recount for npr news i'm marty michelson in milwaukee the honduran government has announced a curfew of the tensions over sunday's on brazil presidential vote there police clashed with protestors late thursday as on disputed ballots were being counted by hand with ninety five percent of the votes tallied incumbent president juan orlando hernandez had a slight lead over his challenger salvador nassrallah this is npr news pope francis is wrapping up his asia visit in bangladesh following an emotional meeting they are what sixteen bro hang of refugees who fled me and more nprs sylvia poggioli lee reports at the pope has pleaded with the persecuted minorities to forgive the world's indifference to their plight after listening intently to the refugees dory's france's said in a trembling voice in the name of all those who persecute you above all for the indifference of the world i ask for forgiveness and for the first time during this trip the pope uttered there contested name today the presence of god said france's also is called row qingda human rights groups had denounced the pope silence about what the un calls the campaign of ethnic cleansing the vatican had defended it as a diplomatic necessity to protect the catholic minority from reprisals by the mia maher military but when he met the pope francis acknowledged the identity of the victims of the world's worst refugee crisis in decades so people.

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"Nprs sylvia poggioli reports the pope has arrived in bangladesh on a visit pope francis praised bangladesh for welcoming so many refugees and although he referred only to refugees from recai in state his words were forceful the champion of the downtrodden poor in refugees across the world said that none of us can fail to be aware of the gravity of the situation the immense toll of human suffering involved and the precarious living conditions of so many of our brothers and sisters while mia mar the pope had heeded the advice of local church leaders and did not utter a name which is highly charge for the buddhist majority asked about the pope's failure to name the row he can guide public the vatican spokesman said many of the pope's discussions often take place behind closed doors suggested he may have used the name in private so goupil julie npr news daca on wall street the dow jones industrials are up one hundred eighty points at twenty four thousand won twenty this is the first time the dow has traded above twenty four thousand this is npr african and european leaders are holding emergency talks at a summit in ivory coast these are linked to reports of migrants auctioned as slaves at markets in libya and bears of fibia quizzed arkhan reports recent footage of such slave auctions has prompted responses of horror french president emmanuel mccall says libya has agreed to allow migrants facing atrocities and abuse in detention camps to return home as a matter of urgency horrific images and testimonies have emerged of african migrants who've been bolt sold and sometimes resold enslave options they've then been tortured and demeaned libyan slave his demand money from the families of their captives and refused to release them until the sums a paid and if families fail to pay up often the migrants are sold on a plan for repatriation has been drawn up by leaders from libya chad nesia germany and france off the acquis stockton npr news police in the.

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"A call from her lawyer elizabeth blair npr news cycle challenge you a senate candidate boy more during a church appears and theodore alabama wednesday for several claims of past sexual misconduct more maintains the accusations were false malicious and political level they don't woke absorb divide they're the lesbian gay bisexual transgender who want change are called church security escort at the heckler from the room as the crowd gave more a standing ovation you're listening to npr news us secretary of state rex tillerson says the us may target more financial institutions with sanctions following north korea's latest intercontinental missile launch but tillerson says the us is not giving up on diplomatic efforts to resolve the dispute over the north's nuclear program he made the remarks during a meeting with visiting crown prince of baath rain wednesday after president trump tweeted that more sanctions are coming pope francis travels from the and more to bangladesh thursday for the second leg of his asia trip more than six hundred thousand bro hinge of muslims have fled to bangladesh since late august to escape a military crackdown in the end more nprs sylvia poggioli lee reports that the pope is set to meet some of the refugees after the vatican defended his decision not to use the word were hingis in public a group of ruhango refugees will attend an interreligious meeting with the pope friday in dhaka at a briefing in young gone batic and spokesman grid burke said it was clear the pope would heated public the advice of me amar church leaders and avoid uttering the polarizing name role kinga for fear of military reprisals against catholics burke said the aim of the vatican was building bridges and to seek discussions as brothers which often take place behind closed doors suggesting the pope may have used the name and private asked about strong criticism by human rights activists burke replied vatican diplomacy is not infallible and everyone is entitled to their views but he insisted the pope is not going to lose moral authority on this question sylvia poggioli on npr news young gone and.

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