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What Is Unit 29155? The Russia Intel Branch Accused of U.S. Troop Bounties

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

What Is Unit 29155? The Russia Intel Branch Accused of U.S. Troop Bounties

"Paying paying bounties bounties to to the the Taliban Taliban in in Afghanistan Afghanistan to to kill kill American troops. W GOP National security correspondent J. J. Green says a group called Unit 29155 is believed to be behind it. W T O P has been telling you since 2017 about a secret squad of killers linked to the Russian government. They've been involved in assassinations and attempts across Europe, and there are some that believe they're actually involved in possible deaths of prominent Russians here in the US, the group tried to kill Sergei Scree Paul in the UK and 2018 there have been murders in Germany, Ukraine and the Balkans. The group is so well connected there, reportedly receiving diplomatic cover from the Russian government, which means they could strike Anywhere in the world. G green

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:37 min | 9 months ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on KNSS

"Seven and thirteen thirty K. an abscess news time Dannel Neil he's still with the Taliban could be coming before the end of the month that according to a senior Taliban leader reportedly told journalists Monday that both sides have initiated the final draft of an agreement a Taliban spokesman says the group killed at least a dozen Afghan security personnel Sunday night it comes as a senior Taliban leader tells reporters a peace deal with the US could be signed by the end of the month the agreement set to begin Saturday would ban bombs and rocket attacks and prohibitory getting US and Afghan troops if successful a potential longer term deal could be signed between the US and Taliban Taliban militant commanders say they will continue with their attacks as scheduled until they receive final word of a deal that fox's ray bogan reporting should the deal go through U. S. troop numbers could be reduced from over twelve thousand to eighty six hundred but defense secretary mark asper has said the US will maintain whatever resources are necessary to continue the fight against terrorism Kansas lawmakers are working on a plan to ensure foster children earn a degree the Senate committee on education is discussing a bill that will require the department of children and families and the state board of education to create a yearly report on how foster children are performing in schools once we start to glean that information we are going to be better positioned to put into place intervention so that that the schools are really able to help the kids that are in foster care with their academic as well as their social and emotional needs senator Molly Baumgartner Lewisburg Republican tells KSN news the committee is also considering waiving tuition fees for high school students in foster care there are also taking college courses on NASCAR driver is recovering after a whole rific rack near the end of Monday's Daytona five hundred a sigh of relief for racing fans Monday night Ryan Newman is being treated at Halifax Medical Center he's in serious condition but doctors of indicated his injuries are non life threatening NASCAR executive vice president Steve o'donnell there at Daytona international speedway delivering an update on Ryan Newman following a fiery crash in the final lap of Monday sixty second running of the Daytona five hundred Newman said spending after bumping into some of his fellow drivers with his number six four then going airborne landing in turn one upside down with sparks and flames flying rush Fenway racing which is Newman's team asking for privacy at this time as he continues to recover man apart Tano.

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NATO: US army vehicle hit by roadside bomb in Afghanistan

Joe Gallagher

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

NATO: US army vehicle hit by roadside bomb in Afghanistan

"NATO and Afghan officials say a US military vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan today NATO issued a statement saying the situation was being assessed but didn't provide any other details a Taliban Taliban spokesman said the group was responsible for the attack while claiming everyone in the vehicle was killed that has not been confirmed and the group is known to make false and exaggerated

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Afghanistan Thursday with the secret thanksgiving visit Maloney reports a trip to the war zone was shrouded in secrecy to protect the president while on the ground president trump serve military members of thanksgiving meal but admits he did get to eat everything I never got to my church is the first time in thanksgiving that I've never had any big cold Turkey but that's okay is in trouble also held a meeting with the president of Afghanistan renounce United States restarted talks with the Taliban Taliban wants to make a deal was you they make it if they do they do they don't they don't the visit comes amid tensions between the White House and senior military officials after the ouster of navy secretary Richard Spencer hi merry Maloney reported China's foreign ministry says Beijing will take countermeasures against to bill signed by president trump that offer support of human rights in Hong Kong the bills mandate sanctions on Chinese and Hong Kong officials who carry out human rights abuses in Hong Kong but US ambassador to the U. Gordon sunlight is the mind allegations of sexual misconduct and three incidents that occurred between two thousand three in two thousand one the allegations were reported by Portland monthly a magazine in someone's home city of Portland Oregon and by pro publica a New York based nonprofit investigative news outlet someone has been a central figure in the houses impeachment inquiry of president trump his attorney suggests that the sexual misconduct allegations and the impeachment inquiry are connected stating the reports are trying to affect ambassador Simons credibility as a fact witness in the pending impeachment inquiry and also suggesting that the news organizations were guilty of veiled witness tampering Linda can young Washington above blooms flu but lower than usual and Wendy's Macy's thanksgiving day parade when did threaten to ground the giant inflated characters with things went off without.

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on Hard Factor

"It on our twitter account and sign up to go to the east side tavern for a Halloween pre-game happy hour with us going to be fucking awesome or the party was yes you can be now we just updated did you could you could see the events when the honest what happened mark created the event and he didn't turn the he's talking to miss that Tab but as of today now that's right you can RSVP your little I was really confused while we had zero ours is this goes no one could RSVP yet felt like high school all over Texas comming texts back tomorrow we'll figure it out figure out we figured out to go ahead and RSVP if you're going to be in town in Austin and want to party with us or you are just going to be on the web tune into the livestream we're going to be streaming it it'll be very very fun by the I guess the the rain hit last night for anyone that was disappointed in the lack of our I debate show but apparently when it rains Austin Texas the Internet goes to Shit so apologies for that doesn't rain much here it's like when snows and places like Austin the whole city shuts down on the Internet shuts down like a double revamping our whole stream game it's going to be it's it's going to be it's going to be incredible any other negative things to talk about to lead off the show a headache Arash positive it's it's evolving we're getting a news all right let's do the news is speaking of that tops here's pat is GonNa take us through a trump date upfront and then mark West Nile tickets through news buffet of other headlines after that gets going our guys trump easily had his biggest twenty four hours in his history as president no big time this on his phthalate and they of one thousand day Ooh Dan I'm going to call it a mega trump day let's start on Tuesday night boys Little visit to the White House by the parents of Harry done the nineteen year old British man killed on his motorcycle in England when he was struck by the wife of US diplomat diplomat and school us will while she was driving on the wrong side of the road no two las go LS something like that loose American diplomat Dr Trove Down Wife drove on the wrong side of the road in England killed his Mirka motorcyclists yikes that happened yeah yeah is bad they were visiting the White House to convince trump that SA- coolest should face criminal charges in England this after she fled the country with diplomatic immunity sounds like manslaughter and fleeing the scene doesn't the the steering wheel being on the other side of the car hit you off as soon as you get in you know have you ever driven over there though no I've driven in countries that that it is where you were on the other side yeah I kept veering over to the American side wrong in the beginning it was sure that was that the first car she saw that motorcycle that was the very first car vehicle she encountered net it doesn't make is the very first one she saw drunk was it three. AM drunk it's hard to drive over there and that's evidenced by president trump's comment you said you know those are the opposite roads and that happens we're on one side you're on the other stuff The getter done Donald had a surprise is on the agenda for the Dunn's when they sat down with the president he let them know that the woman who manslaughter her son was in the next room Oh man yeah big time victim surprise they came in to ask him to stand upset prosecution and then he was like she's right next to he was essentially trying to get a hug it out going that's what he's trying to do talk this out why don't you just hug it out. He likes to do that he was going to do that with the Camp David with the other you know the the two groups were they trying to fly in the guys uh-huh extremely move this bringing the Taliban Taliban and the alright right I hear you I hear you and your rapist is right next door let's talk about immediate extremely cows but you gotta at least by all business yeah so that was get it done that was Tuesday night guys let's take it a Wednesday morning approximately seven thirty am president trump responded to the democratic debates that happened on Tuesday night with a tweet saying record economy would crash just like nine hundred twenty nine if any of those clowns became president because was cancelled yeah then at ten twenty five am the president participated expanded bilateral meeting with the president of the Italian Republican the East Room and Shit got weird dodgers star criticism on social media after building a wobbly bridge saying that the US in Italy have a shared political the and cultural history because of ancient Rome a lot of people left scratching their heads there this was to coming from with that one yeah yeah some people were saying because the founding fathers are considered ancient Rome government policies what about houses I think it might have been grease that Rome agrees. Rome yeah and this was two days after the five hundred twenty seven year anniversary of Columbus arriving Donald went on to say to me it will always be called Columbus Day yeah no kidding we know he's always going to be a Columbus Day guy he's all he was doing lightened lighting that fire up again he just wants people to freak out about it Digital People's Day again I I kinda see his point with the ancient Rome they just bizarre way to word it he kinda worded it saying essentially like we started at the same time country being like two hundred seventy four years old Rome before Christ anyway okay let's take it to three o'clock the afternoon post lunch the president met with Congressional leadership in the cabinet room and Democratic leaders walked out of a meeting at the White House this is during a bipartisan discussion on Syria when apparently Donald Trump decided to take the train off the tracks speaker of the House Pelosi Nancy Pelosi described trump's performance as a quote meltdown. Yeah what happens well the intensity of the meeting could have been fueled is by the The recent vote where the house overwhelmingly passed a bipartisan vote on a resolution opposing trumps the trump administration's troop withdrawal so no one's happy about that no we're covered that people are not happy so this was the meeting where he had to hear about it right and he did not want to policy also have called it a meltdown in part because Donald called her quote third rate politician that's like a d La- celebrity that's like not even calling him a B. Or C. less third rate yeah that's what caused the dams to walk out of the meeting prematurely Dur- during the meeting guys down Brag about his quote nasty letter that he sent to President Air Doin on October ninth and I'm GonNa kick it over to Marc to read a couple quick excerpts from that letter Mr President let's work out a good deal you don't want to be responsible for slaughtering thousands of people and I don't WanNa be respond Sibal for destroying the Turkish Academy and I will add all that the world you can make a great deal history will look favorably if you get this done right and in the humane way it will look upon you forever as the devil if good things don't happen don't be a tough guy don't be a fool I will call you later okay bye ah I will call you later this doping dopey a tough guy as a great shit talk it's the original Harto yeah but it also to a Turkish man who already shirtless he can't he can't get any more shirtless buddies angry don't be a tough guy something your uncle tells you when you get into big for your Britches don't be book and tough guy I love how I will call you later totally just takes the wind out of this being setting later it's like the guy from the the Georgia and then you get the dogs that he when he's screaming about ribbon on Burs visor that's alright thanks also during the meeting trump called general mattis quote the world's most overrated general nice that's a sick burn out of nowhere your indicating that matters wasn't quote tough enough he went on to say I captured assists Madison it would take two years I captured them in one month. Did you mean like the most overrated four star general you just Madison's name Alexa guys overrated yeah get Outta here I will say that so everyone said it was a meltdown except for house. GOP leader Kevin McCarthy who called the meeting productive and saying that this is behavior was unbecoming stormed out I don't like this whenever Donald and Pelosi get into these little hissy fits each side is like ooh my person owned your person they just like they both had meltdowns apparently all right I was Donald did walk out of the out of the talks they were having about the government shutdown so true tit for tat yeah walk out on one side walked just fuck and get their torrid love affair like over with already get all that sexual tension out of the room L. J trump he goes on to say Nancy Pelosi needs help fast there's something wrong with her quote upstairs or she just doesn't plane like our Great Country she had a total meltdown in the White House today it's very sad to watch pray for her she's a very sick person she's a very sick person Peter why are people catching onto his chuck Zodda Heater Yeah Oh yeah and with trump being on heaters like this it's always an opportunity to make some cash on predicted if you think you know what's coming next so let's talk impeachment odds what's out there right now impeachment in two thousand nine hundred nineteen hit a thirty day high of fifty nine cents on September Twenty nine but falling back to forty one cents and if you've listened to us you're probably going with the no on that I got a hundred dollars and about two hundred shares on no on yet to twenty one thousand nine now let's go to first-term impeachment this one has moved up up up but after we tipped everybody to get in on it it's all the way up to seventy the two pre seventy two cents that he will be impeached in his first term so if you don't think that's going to happen now's kind of a good time to hit on that no and then let's see for the Senate removal first term conviction this is up to twenty two cents it peaked the the two cents which I don't think this is going to happen so if that gets any higher be be looking to get the no on that because that's a reaction to Turkey Syria and has people talking shit about him but that ain't GonNa happen was a few of them that are really pissed keep in mind so in the meeting today the GOP leader Came out in his defense I mean guys and nuts if that if that were to happen that's fucking nuts right right well it'd be the first time ever so I I mean president stands against that plus McConnell's charge I don't I I will say this it would happen Nixon did or not and also a number of articles of impeachment you can go right now it's weird the market the two favorites are no articles or five or more twenty nine and twenty six cents so the exact opposites are the favorites but you might WanNa land somewhere in the middle for a nice low rate if you want to get onto this action go to predict it Org Slash Promo Slash Heart Factor Twenty to get your first twenty.

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Dan We've come to this political solution even then it looks bad because you were inviting people who were responsible for nine eleven to US soil to the presidential retreat at Mrs as prestigious place as there is in the entire country just days before nine eleven. It just looks like a victory for them. It looks like they're gloating loading absolutely terrible and by the way the talks wouldn't have gone well. They wouldn't have gone well as president trump concludes in his tweets because there is no evidence whatsoever ever the Taliban can negotiate in good faith. They are demons. They are devils and they should all be wiped off of the Earth. Only God can judge but the United States can arrange the meeting eighty and we have done that with the Taliban we should do that with the Taliban. They do not have any redeeming qualities. I don't know how to put to appoint on on it. People don't know this though people don't know a lot about the Taliban. They know a lot about isis. They know a lot about al Qaeda isis spun off al-Qaeda al-Qaeda was harbored by the Taliban but I've found even even even in the nineteen years or eighteen years since the invasion of Afghanistan. People don't really know a lot about the Taliban itself who were the Taliban Taliban terrorist group the took over Afghanistan in the mid nineties after they took over everything got even worse. You'd think things couldn't get worse in Afghanistan. They did infant mortality. Taliban Afghanistan rose to the highest level in the world. A quarter of all Afghanis died before the age of five under the Taliban. They committed war crimes with impunity. They stole. UN FOOD SUPPLIES FOR UNINJURED ONE CASE THEY STILL UN food supplies from one hundred sixty thousand awesome hungry.

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Afghan Peace Deal Stumbles

PRI's The World

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Afghan Peace Deal Stumbles

"In afghanistan. The taliban have launched a wave of attacks this week suicide bombers in the the capital kabul leaving a trail of grief elsewhere in the country fullscale military assaults launched by the taliban on several regional capitals dozens dead and all of this taking place as a peace deal was announced in principle monday between the u._s. and the taliban yesterday the afghan the president's running-mate amrullah saleh denounced the deal on a stump speech taliban taliban away really solid called the u._s. taliban and deal a conspiracy. It is not peace. He said it is aimed at the division of afghanistan and we do not accept it nine former u._s. Ambassador have published a memorandum miranda to also share their concerns on the website of the atlantic council. Ryan crocker is one of them. He served as ambassador to both iraq and afghanistan a welcome back to the program ambassador <hes> why are so many afghans like the politician we just heard from. Why are they so concerned. The condition that the taliban set for conversations on a peace agreement years ago now head at the top of the list that they would negotiate only with the united states not with the government of of afghanistan which they considered a puppet regime after refusing to meet that condition for years the trump administration decided early this year that they would accept and that's how the talks have been unfolding sense not between the taliban and the government of afghanistan but between the the united states and the taliban that de legitimize is the afghan government that is why you see statement like this from amrullah solid a sentiment held by millions of afghans and do share the ambassador absolutely i liken this current process in this effort to reach an agreement with the taliban

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on Here & Now

"Us to everybody else so you know they're hunker down to wait until they can get outside besides helping people but assess the damage and recover. We hope hope tomorrow batory hansen with south carolina public radio joining us from charleston. Thank you yeah thank you in kabul afghanistan today at least ten civilians and one american servicemember were killed in a car bombing by the taliban as we mentioned yesterday. There was another taliban bombing a couple of days ago as the taliban is negotiating deal with the u._s. to withdraw u._s. Troops and set up future talks between the afghan government and the taliban but the afghan government and and several former u._s. ambassador to afghanistan have all expressed concern that the peace deal in principle announced by the u._s. On roy didn't require the taliban taliban to stop its violence others with concern women's rights activists. Fowzia pufus is the former deputy speaker of the afghan parliament. She's in kabul and thousands of the bombing. Today must be underscoring your fears <hes> yes people are worried and cheerful but in the meantime biting this has become part of a life unfortunately because i as i was coming for this interview preparing <hes> just two hours after the bombing people were <hes> going in in bunches and groups to see a soccer match a football martinez stadium and i was like you know one part of the city be. They probably two kilometers away from bombing. People go to watch the soccer switzer mix of life. I would say well but there's you know first of all. There are many people who feel that the taliban shouldn't be rewarded. If it continues the bombing the taliban members of the taliban has said that they need to continue to show strength of they can negotiate from a position of strength putting aside and it's difficult to do putting aside the fact that there are still bombings. You and others have another concern. You don't wanna go back to the time when the taliban controlled the country. This is before the u._s. Took the taliban from power after nine eleven explain plane the difference between afghanistan under the taliban.

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As U.S. touts peace deal "in principle," Taliban bomb kills 16

Democracy Now! Audio

01:12 min | 1 year ago

As U.S. touts peace deal "in principle," Taliban bomb kills 16

"Afghanistan bomb blasts shook kabul monday the u._s. presented a draft deal to draw down its military presence monday's blast which killed at least sixteen people and wounded over one hundred others rattled compound used by international organizations. The taliban has claimed responsibility for the bombing which followed attacks in recent days to major cities in northern afghanistan. The news came special u._s. On vie to <music> afghanistan zalmay khalilzad said the taliban and the u._s. have reached an agreement in principle to withdraw over five thousand troops within five months of the d._o. Being finalized the us envoy presented the deal to afghan president ashraf ghani but the afghan government has not participated in the peace talks between the taliban taliban and the united states meanwhile senior white house advisers are seeking to expand the c._i._a.'s presence afghanistan is troops start to withdraw according into a report in the new york times the c._i._a. Presence would include the creation of new counterterrorism militia forces but c._i._a. Director gina hospital reportedly has raised concerns concerns about the idea. The taliban has said the cia must also leave the country along with the military

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Schmitz NPR news Berlin and from Washington you're listening to NPR news US envoy Zalmay Khalilzad is set to visit Kabul Afghanistan's capital today is expected to brief the Afghan government after wrapping up the latest talks on a peace deal with the Taliban Taliban fighters remain on the offensive they followed up on the attack on the city of Kunduz this weekend by launching an assault early today on a second northern city latest round of tears of the trade fight between the United States and China are now in effect the two countries began imposing the additional terrace on each others products today it's the latest escalation of the trade war the fight has strained relations but US and Chinese negotiators continue to talk and are expected to meet again sometime this month immigration veterans advocates are criticizing a trump administration policy that will affect the children of US service members and government employees overseas the policy makes it harder for some children born abroad to get citizenship impairs troll roles reports on the reaction the chairman of the house Armed Services Committee Democrat Adam Smith of Washington called the new policy quote reprehensible and anti military in a statement Smith said that service members stationed abroad shouldn't have to worry about securing citizenship for their children the rollout of the new role touched off widespread confusion and outrage since then the administration has been scrambling to clarify that most children born to U. S. citizens stationed overseas will still become citizens automatically at birth immigration officials say the rule is a minor technical change that will affect very few families toll rose NPR news Washington and trial.

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 Taliban attack 2nd Afghan city as US envoy says deal is near

The Splendid Table

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Taliban attack 2nd Afghan city as US envoy says deal is near

"US envoy Zalmay Khalilzad is set to visit Kabul Afghanistan's capital today is expected to brief the Afghan government after wrapping up the latest talks on a peace deal with the Taliban Taliban fighters remain on the offensive they followed up on the attack on the city of Kunduz this weekend by launching an assault early today on a second northern

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on The President's Inbox

The President's Inbox

15:52 min | 1 year ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on The President's Inbox

"Establish. It could be courts. Find ways not to hear cases is to get into the intricacies of indian law right. What is the reaction been domestically in india apart from kashmir. This seems to be overwhelmingly homing popular so you see he's a political winner for movies. There's a political winner for mody. Remember the movie government was re elected. They were national elections this year. They are reelected reelected with an even larger single-party mandate than they achieved in two thousand fourteen and you really did see across india a great degree of celebration and that this had finally been done in that there wouldn't be kind of two different systems. There would now be one flag for this region. But of course it's not entirely clear what the view is from kashmir itself because there's been limited communications <hes>. Do we have any reason to believe. The kashmir is are quietly happy happy because they they want to be brought more closely into the indian union or do. We have reason to believe that for many kashmiris. This is bad news. There are are different parts of kashmir that india administers it seems that the part called la doc which is majority buddhist that has been hived off and and created into a separate union territory. That section of the state seems happy about this from what we know. There is hindu-majority jehmu region which seems seems quite happy with this from what we know. It does seem that there have been some protests in kashmir but again there's been you know people can't go out on the streets and sort of large scale gail. There have been reports of some protests. It's hard to gauge exactly how dissatisfied people are. Is there disatisfaction. That certainly seems so wanted this decision. Come now. I take the point point that the prime minister mody wanna big reelection victory earlier this year but why this decision august of two thousand nineteen gene in may of two thousand seventeen. That's a question a lot of people are asking and i think the people who know this answer. The best are presumably that very small circle of mr moody and his closest advisers who were in the room when they decided they were going to move ahead with this. I have read different accounts about why they took this decision. Now one version of the stories that they'd actually decided to do some time ago and we're preparing the groundwork much prior to even the elections but got disrupted by the events of february ever-wary twenty nineteen that began with terrorist attack in full lana that was then claimed by a terrorist group in pakistan of course india responded with airstrikes and that took us to an escalation collation at the end of february another version of this story is that the indian government had this on their mind and they were going to chart out a pathway to to do this but they were spurred into faster action by two things in which the united states plays a cameo rule one being president trump's offer offer to mediate between indian pakistan could the end of july yeah when he had his meeting with pakistani prime minister imran khan this of course offer to mediate. I don't know if you remember this but president trump said that prime minister he had asked him to mediate early came to surprise the prime minister mody came as a surprise india because that is historically historically not been india's position in any government so the indian government actually came out very quickly repudiating this story and saying you're confident that that the indian government line is corrected prime minister boaty didn't ask trump to i believe it in fact my best guess about what might have happened. Is that perhaps in a a meeting. Perhaps prime minister said something like we are struggling with the challenge of terrorism from pakistan and that somehow turned into in president trump's tad people are asking me to mediate because that's what american presidents do i mean i i'm guessing here but it's pretty clear that there was no request from the indian side so that what episode at the end of july is apparently one spur in another spur has been indian concern about the ongoing negotiations with taliban any indian governments fear that at the united states would be willing to take a very bad deal that would leave the region in a much greater state of instability that could conceivably result in more terrorists is making their way across into india and into kashmir and really destabilizing the region howard that works as well afghanistan is in the general vicinity. It's still a ways as away from kashmir the indian fear and if you look at history you can understand why this is a real fear is that there may be an outcome in which the taliban taliban with pakistan support end up playing a much larger role with no respect for borders and no desire to ramp down terrorist acts remember was when the taliban had control over afghanistan. There were real problems in the region. There was an indian airlines plane that was flying from nepal back to me. That was hijacked. <hes> ended up being taken where to cantu har. I mean this was you know direct linkages with the taliban there so this was a period of great instability polity for the whole region in india definitely doesn't want to see a return to that cycle at level of terrorism again so this is a real concern weather this and the issue of american merican mediation as proposed by president trump whether those precisely triggered these moves now or whether this had been planned and they were going to announce it at some time. I don't know but that certainly certainly is something that people are mentioning as triggers. The announcement gets made yeah. What is the reaction been in pakistan. Well that has been predictably one of outrage. Pakistan is very upset about a change in the status of j._f._k. India i thought it was actually in many ways a positive move that pakistan's first response has been diplomatic again. There's been such a challenge of terrorism from pakistan in this region that anytime you see a response that is employing diplomatic tools. I say well good right. If a country is upset they should employ diplomatic tools. That's what countries are supposed. I do not use terrorists. Pakistan has announced that they will shut down trade with india. They've downgraded their diplomatic. Is there that much trade between no actually i. I think this was just a sort of a symbolic right this. This has actually no economic effect. I mean there's sort of less than five billion dollars in two-way trade so this really is not a trade volume. That's going to hurt anybody but you know it's always good to be able to say you've got some sort of commercial engagement anyway. It's played the role of a safety valve in this case so oh pakistan shutdown trade has downgraded the diplomatic relationship so they actually we're going to send out a new high commissioner to india in this case now they do not do that and they have told india's high commissioner to go back to india so he's a high commissioner sort of like an ambassador. It isn't ambassador. It's the commonwealth former part of the british so oh they just called high commissioners and pakistan actually yesterday evening went to the u._n. Security council and is hopeful that the security council will take this up for discussion. My personal belief is that the security council is unlikely to do. This wasn't because it's hard to know what they would do. What would the security council's role be in this case and i think well how would you how would you just guessing would you lay out the views of the permanent members mean. What does your position on this issue. China britain the former colonial power the expressed views so far. We've had a very strong expressed view from russia which is historically a very close partner to india russia russia in india think of as a pair. They have a very long standing relationship in for many years and more recently the united states has developed a close strategic relationship with any any of it remember for many years. Russia was india's primary defense partner so a lot of indian military hardware is russian. Russia has come out with a very strong support for india's ideas actions by saying this is purely internal matter for india so there would be obviously russia's already declared its position yeah and you would expect them to veto given that we've seen the indian indian foreign minister who's called external affairs minister had a meeting with the chinese foreign minister and it looks like china has expressed its concerns china. There's a component of kashmir actually that china occupies china cares about that but china has also referred to encouraging bilateral engagement between indian pakistan. I would expect if push came to shove that china would support pakistan. It's all weather friend. They refer to this relationship is higher than the highest mountains deeper than the deepest the oceans that's a very strong relationship between beijing would also like to avoid having to take a definitive because it is cross cutting imperatives here because because it is a country that has regions where there might be separatist movements or outsiders saying should be separate <unk> tibet in the chinese got a number of issues that that it wants wants to clear of <hes> story about that but it has a very close relationship with pakistan. It's it's a very cross pressured. I guess i would say the united states has not said much about this. There was a formal statement of at the state department spokesperson gave the day this happened on august fifth which referred to to the indian government having describe this as an internal matter the statement also referred to having noted being concerned about reports of of detentions and urging respect for individual rights and then of course the statement also said that they are following this closely indifferent press briefings then the state department spokesperson has come back saying that you know support direct dialogue between india and pakistan on kashmir so washington is trying to avoid having avenue. Take a definitive position on this yeah yeah options okay yeah. I think washington is very frustrated with pakistan in the region but i think washington also also wants to encourage india and pakistan to have a level of dialogue. It's important for them to have dialogue. Do you think this noncommittal position by the u._s. Government government is something that is peculiar to the trump administration or would you imagine if he'd been a administration where you work or a bush administration astray shin or a clinton administration. You'd likely get the same kind of noncommittal response. You know. It's been a long standing u._s. Policy i think for almost twenty years ears on kashmir that the pace and scope and character or content of dialogue on kashmir should be determined and should be indian pakistan to determine so that really has been the kind of a framework that the state department that the united states government has thought of this issue issue with it is true that in nineteen ninety nine when pakistan spurred a small-scale war this is the cargo kargil l. war by sending across pakistan military dressed in regular close to look like tribesmen it is true that then actually pakistan's gaston prime minister sought intervention and assistance from the united states and president bill clinton invited him to the united states and told him in no uncertain terms. You need to pull those guys back. So that is the most recent level of involvement that the united states has had basically pressing pakistan to stop its adventurism on this front and of course encouraging dialogue now bill clinton famously said that this part of the world was the most dangerous part of the world because you had to nuclear armed powers rubbing up against each other yeah. Should we be worried. Given the events of the last year. The tension level has ratcheted up notably. We you should definitely be worried and and i would hope that people who are paying attention would pay greater attention to the fragility of this region. I mean i spoke about how how pakistan has so far used diplomatic steps which i think it's really important. We should encourage pakistan to keep its response in diplomatic channels else but frankly. I don't know what's going to happen next. Remember pakistan has an number of terrorist groups who are very focused on kashmir that make their home in pakistan. John pakistan has been under a lot of international pressure over the last couple years to really do more to combat all terrorist groups. The trump administration is certainly ratcheted up this pressure but but even with this level of pressure international attention pakistan has not done everything it can do and how do we know this. How do we measure this well. In the ongoing international process access of something called the financial action task force which is focused on anti money laundering and countering terrorist financing pakistan has been on something called the grey list meaning that they haven't done everything they should do to prevent financial flows from going to terrorist groups well. There was a story in bloomberg what three or four for days ago that said that pakistan realizes it cannot complete all of the steps on its action plan by the upcoming meeting of this financial action task force person. They're seeking china's help to prevent them from being blacklisted. A blacklist in this context would mean being cut off from the international financial systems was actually a pretty big step but that that tells you what a challenge this is to deal with the problem of terrorism in pakistan that after a couple of years of very intense international focus very intensified side american focus on this issue they still haven't done everything they're supposed to do so i worry that that flows and the support and the safe haven that exists for terrorists despite all the pressure to end this stuff could produce you yet more problems and so the real worry here would be something like we saw in february wary..

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 US hails talks with Taliban, denies troop withdrawal window

1A

03:04 min | 1 year ago

US hails talks with Taliban, denies troop withdrawal window

"A michael come along with me to afghanistan because i need your help first situation there where the taliban said they were responsible for a major attack on monday in kabul where a car bomb in a gun battle killed roughly forty people including schoolchildren injured a hundred people more an awful full attack it came as negotiators from the united states in the taliban met for peace talks encounter in an interview that aired monday night president trump told tucker carlson of fox news that he'd like to get u s troops out of afghanistan but he said it's not easy we've reduced the force very substantially in afghanistan which a i don't talk about very much and that's okay juicy getting out entirely i'll tell you the problem is like i would like to just get up the problem is it it just seems to be a lab terrorist the same cycle at the harvard upstairs michael gopher why would the taliban take credit for this attack in the middle of winter supposed to be negotiations for the future of the country the taliban well i look the taliban will continue to apply pressure on both sides that's how they have always operated they don't lay down weapons for a period of negotiation which is sort of what we've come to expect the taliban taliban always applies pressure the taliban is perhaps not a centrally controlled as it just we might assume it is because we say the taliban there may be factions within and i think that may well have been the situation and we don't know know what the local situation is on the ground in kabul because there could be tensions have been building up and and affection decides what we're gonna do this now while everybody's in cutter having a talk this is how how how the world goes michael the president made a remark there and his fox news comments that stood out he said you don't hear about it much we don't talk about it much and that's okay the president's right we don't hear much from him on afghanistan we don't hear much from democrats in congress congress or democrats on the campaign trail and yes it's true americans tend to not be incredibly concerned with foreign policy at the same time it seems likely upper echelons of this country are not focus there in maybe just want us out well troops have keep everything they try and reduce troops something happens they can't get rid of all of them and yes i mean i think i think there were still colleagues based in afghanistan but how often do they get on there how often did they get in the papers and there is a dynamic which we sometimes forget it you know if there is no pressure coming up through journalism reporting to people and people saying she's you gotta do something about this then policymakers in washington may not feel quite the same pressure to deal with the situation and you know i'm sitting here looking at the clock not because i'm in a hurry to go but look at the number of crises we have already discussed indy and we still got another what ten minutes to talk now that's

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Manchin: "Outside observer" needed in immigration talks

WBBM Evening News

05:11 min | 1 year ago

Manchin: "Outside observer" needed in immigration talks

"They can find a balance if you bring an outside special group in. Unbiased nonpartisan. Well, basically professionals engineers the secretary of homeland security has been talking to secretary of homeland security by Democrats are believing that she's going to basically say what the White House wants her to say. So if you want to get past that trust or belief, then you have to bring in an outside observer who has the professional -bility to say yes that is needed. Yes. This is going to be people forget in two thousand thirteen we did a major immigration overhaul Bill. We we voted for forty every democrat voted for forty four billion dollars of border security, and we still believe border security is necessary. But there's a combination of just how do you get language that actually Democrats will sign off on because you hear from the administration as you mentioning here that time and again Democrats have voted for barriers and fencing. How do you get what the president want? We voted for that and offered that. But it takes more than that as far as you look at immigration problem. You have people that came to the country the wrong way for the right reason? They brought children in here that have been here have been productive. They're educated during on military there in so many facets of our economy and doing a great job. Don't they deserve an opportunity afford path to be a citizen of this great country if the president or his hard rightwing would look at that a little bit more compassionate way. I think it would break down the problems that we have in barriers a path to citizenship and the next three weeks. Well, that would be for dreamers and DACA. That was he offered to the doctor the three years we're saying can't those people deserve a ten years long. Pathway that would really help an awful lot moving forward right now. We're just caught in between the Twix the only way you're ever going to stop this Margaret from ever happening, again, if one thing comes out at three weeks this three week negotiating we haven't piece of legislation says, we'll never shut down again. And you know, you're going to do that. If we basically ever inflict this pain on ourselves again. They don't get paid the day. The legislators do not get paid. I'll guarantee you. There will not be shutdown people in western Washington, fill the pain. It was the people outside of Washington all the federal workers and all the millions of people depending on the services that the president called you wonderful because you were I think the only democrat who who signed onto a Bill that actually went nowhere but included the five point seven for his border. Paul would you vote for a border wall as he describes it again? Have voted for and I will continue to vote for a structure that's in a whole holistic approach not just by itself. You know, when you talk about twenty one hundred miles board or you're not talking about twenty one hundred miles of walls fencing or anything else you're talking about smart. And they talk about smart technology more agents that we need more sensors are points of injury all of these things. But also there's a pathway Ford. The people that are here for the right reason, if you wanna get rid of the people that came created harm in the wrong reason, you gotta be able to keep them out when you when you send them out. So an immigration reform has to be part of it just putting money towards a structure is not going to do the job that needs to be done. What what you're trying to be reasonable here. But as you've heard there are threats overhanging us in the next three weeks. I mean, the the chief of staff said the president would be willing to shut down the government again. He also said he doesn't really want to but he could declare a national emergency. If he goes that route of declaring a national emergency. Does that? Ultimately backfire or does that get this done? Here's the thing. We had six here's what people seem to fail to understand. We went through the process of going through appropriations, I'm on appropriations committee. There's twelve appropriation as far as different issues that we work on and the funding we pass five of them. There were seven left the one in contention was basically homeland security. We met the request of one point six billion dollars that change when it went to the house to five billion came back. So they were gonna put basically thirty day. See on that one. And let the other six pass that would have kept ninety percent of government open. That's what should have been done. And I think I've never seen people held hostage. This many millions of people in the economy of our United States being threatened because we have a disagreement on one issue you until recently served on the intelligence community committee. What do you make of Roger stone's indictment? Oh, I think the I mean, we have all the confidence and faith, and by Mahler, I think he's doing his job there a pattern emerging that you're I'm very much concerned that would be very much concerned people involved with that campaign, and all the people that have said that they've lied in this proven they lied to congress. This is not going to be tolerated. Cannot be tolerated next should be prosecuted to the fullest amount disallowed, you're on armed services. They're fourteen thousand US troops in Afghanistan. The secretary of state says there's really good progress in talks with the Taliban. Taliban says the US may withdraw troops within eighteen months. What do you make of that timeline? Well, the time line I'm not sure about the time when they're talking about. But I think it's time to get out of Afghans. Fan. I always have now series a complete different story. I don't think we should be leaving Syria causes so much at stake in all the

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Pasadena fifty-six downtown LA is fifty eight degrees. It's nine forty seven. Now, President Trump caused a bit of a stir when he tweeted that he'd review the case of a former army major charged with murder Matthew Goldstein publicly admitted to. Killing a suspected Taliban Taliban bombmaker during his twenty ten deployment to Afghanistan after learning that the man was responsible for an explosion that killed two U S marines, if found guilty he could face the death penalty, though as CBS news military analyst, Jeff macaws and tells us it's highly unlikely we have a senior noncommissioned officer who killed a sniff a number of Afghan civilians in killing spree outside the base. He was serving in Afghanistan. He is serving a long prison sentence. But in that case as well where he killed not only men that actually women and children capital. Punishment was not applaud goal scenes case bounced around the military Justice system for years it reopened in two thousand sixteen after ghosting talked about the killing on Fox News. Atop US officials says he did not disclose the death of a seven-year-old migrant girl during his congressional testimony. Because he wasn't sure her family had been notified and also didn't want to politicize it the Commissioner of US customs and border protection testified before the Senate Judiciary committee days after the Guatemalan girl died in US custody. Her death became public on Thursday, sparking outrage on CBS face the nation White House. Senior adviser Stephen Miller said the loss is a painful reminder of the ongoing humanitarian tragedy that is illegal immigration. That's a quote or hearts break for the tragic death of the seven year old girl. The loss of that precious life is horrifying. It is a painful reminder of the ongoing humanitarian tragedy that is illegal immigration and the misery that spreads. Miller also said the President Trump will absolutely shut down the government. If congress does not authorize funding for a border wall. A federal court ruling in Texas against the Affordable Care Act has once again cast political uncertainty on the future of that law. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer on NBC's meet the press called it an an awful rulings. Of course, it undoes pre existing conditions. It jeopardizes the tens of millions who are getting good healthcare in the exchange. But it goes way beyond that it would knock out funding for treatment of opioids it would raise drug prices, Republican, Missouri. Senator ROY blunt says congress should let the case move through the courts unimpeded the thing to remember about the judge's ruling is it has no immediate impact there. Nothing changes yesterday. Nothing changes tomorrow. This will have to go through a circuit court process. A who knows if the circuit court would uphold it or not. President Trump celebrated the decision and called on congress to pass new healthcare legislation. It's nine fifty see photos looks at your money. It's a fledgling electric car maker that's taking on tesla, but bite and founder and chief executive karston bright feld would prefer, you know, call it a car company smart devices on real he says the product and business model will be different. And that's good selling cars, even selling electric cars. Very sexy business model. So while it starting out selling cars Biden's, alternate goal is to be more like a smartphone or other consumer electronics maker using the cars to sell digital content to its customers and eventually becoming a provider of shared mobility. But first it has to sell cars. It's I is called 'em bite. Sent you. Go to the market in China. End of next year and to the US and mid twenty twenty bright felt says it retails for about forty five thousand dollars a second vehicle. The k bytes sedan is slated for production in late twenty twenty the vehicles are designed in Germany, get their smarts from Silicon Valley and get their affordability by being built in China. We check your money at twenty and fifty after each hour. I'm Bloomberg Steve Potisk for KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. When it comes to taking care.

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Force staff sergeant Dylan Elkin of hooks town Pennsylvania, and now the Taliban Taliban is clean credit. He claimed credit. I mean, these creepy cockroaches calling themselves the Taliban. The attack there by the way, also injured three other service members and a contractor thirteen Americans have died in Afghanistan this year, twelve of them in combat. What is the endgame for us? But what's the end game for the Taliban and my answer for that for the Taliban question after the ISIS question. They will there will never be peace. They will never be, you know, the concerted effort of these Islam fundamentalists in Alabama. These these religious extremists. They wanna take over the world. And they say if you owe online, and you do your research like we have to do the morning show. You see this one? Religious extremists Islamist fundamentalists after another. They wanna just take over the world. They wanna take over the world that want to take over France. They're trying to take over Germany all of your do, you know that? And that that I'm just saying something, objectively, you know. And this doesn't please don't vilify all Muslims. I don't even want to hear that. It's like it's like when the with the mafia trying to take over, and I'm gonna tell you what you can't say that. Well, yes, you can't because the the organized crime did try to take over most of America before Rudolph Giuliani shut them down. Right. So so this is not derogatory towards one religions are Islam fundamentalist trying to take over the world. So what do you what do you do how do you deal with it? And he do once let's say the end game. Let's say what if what if every sharia law throughout Europe, and it was realistic. Do you think they wouldn't be constant wore these people these these renegades of the Islamic religion? These this cancer within the religion. If I may they will stop fighting. They will. Will never stop play. That's what they do. That's why the Middle East in my opinion, isn't such unrest. They just want to fight constantly. So now, the Taliban they go they take credit. They take the gall to safely take credit for killing three United States soldiers. What's your endgame Taliban? Because once once if we step down there and got out of Afghanistan and correct me if I'm wrong, you can call me if I'm wrong once we step added there. Do you think they're gonna really stop finding now you'll be like Syria? They just keep fighting. Oh, well, you're the secular that sect, you're not my sexy. Don't believe tell you will never stop fighting. How the end that? And sometimes you just say, and I say this facetiously, you know, turn. I don't wanna see I don't want to be rude. But just nuked the whole area. I mean, I'm being facetious penalty that seriously. But really there's never gonna be peace. They're never gonna be. So Frankie's point is well taken when he says get the heck out get the heck out. But if you get out do they come here, then the eight seven seven nine seven twenty nine ninety nine, but they will never be peace. Trust me from from the these renegade little extremists. They're nuts. They're cockroaches. They know nothing but fighting whether it's Hezbollah Hamas Taliban Boca, Rahm, whether it's al-qaeda, whatever whatever it is. They're they're never gonna stop fighting. So do do we engage or hand? How do you get out in a respectable manner? It's Joe on the radio just trying to make sense of it all, you know, and then this too if I forgive me for rambling, but there's so much happening this morning. Did you see CVS taking over healthcare CBS health and Aetna close a seventy billion dollar merger CVS and Aetna? Talk about. Leaving us out nearly one year after green to merge in a bid to reinvent health care for Americans reinvent is that what that me CBS health and Aetna seal the deal on Wednesday bringing together one of the nation's largest armored Z canes and one of the largest health insurers their goal. I'm reading here. But the love the transforming healthcare delivery for the better. You know, the jury is still out of whether they'll accomplish that or leave employers it patients on the hook for a higher healthcare costs. And now, that's one story. Here's another story. Stay with me on this, please. Because I need some help here. Amazon will sell Slough where that minds medical records to improve healthcare. What are you kidding me with the healthcare industry worth around three billion three billion? They just goes the vicinity, but it's not surprising reading here to see more companies moving into this, Frankie. This is frightening Amazon they want complete. I just think it's it's total corporations could take total transparency and know everything about us. I'm just scared about this. I think this is wrong. This is gonna be like huge monopolies, and I would love to see the president step up, and is indeed Washington gonna step up and try to try to stop the CBS and Aetna, really Frankie five boroughs. Well, Joe, I think you're exactly right. I mean, it looks very much like a. Monopoly me. So you have Aetna which is one of the largest health insurance companies in the world, and you have CBS which is one of the largest retail pharmacies in the world. So I mean, who's going to be the patient advocate who's gonna look out for things like price-fixing? Yeah. I mean, I think this is a real problem. I mean it together they're going to operate more than ninety seven hundred retail locations. More than eleven hundred walk in medical clinics at a pharmacy benefit manager with nearly ninety million members and health insurance plan the serves point five million Americans. So let's say they collectively decide, you know, what we don't wanna make a certain treatment for diabetes or cancer available for less than, you know, five hundred dollars a dose. Then what are people supposed to do? It's a real real problem is exactly right. Frankie five boroughs that's inexcusable and how they got like this. And and don't forget the Republican. Correct me if I'm wrong, frankly, the Republicans had complete control to fix healthcare and to complete a comprehensive immigration reform, and they did not. And you can't you could blame Democrats just so much. But when you're in power, and you've got a president. That's telling you to do it one way. And you could follow that president. Then you go against the president. And you don't settle it. I'm just saying I'm just saying you could blame the Democrats just so much reason why it doesn't pass is because it's not just healthcare all these politicians on both sides want to throw their pork into a Bill. They want if you're going to pass this. Then you need to pass this. If you want to pass this than you need to put my Bill in you need to put this thing into to forward the discussion. No, it should be. We're fixing healthcare. That's it. Nothing else. There's nothing else on the table. But healthcare, you wanna know you want to know something if they do that they would get it done. They don't wanna do that same thing. When immigration you wanna get immigration taking care of immigration should be the only Bill it shouldn't be if you pass him immigration while you get a tax cut ear, and there's no pass one. Bill. They can't do it. That's the problem. Big Al, the Tulu speaking the truth with Frankie boroughs right here. Twenty minutes after seven o'clock Alan tunnel.

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Taliban Taliban for these will crush these accent Spaniard English tone from touching their sacred, Phillip stake. But we did the whole oh kind of pita bread better way. Let's I describe what affiliate cheese steak is. And it's kind of it's on along roll with very sensitively sliced steak with either cheese or in some instances more like cheese whiz on top of it. And then, you know, whatever you want like peppers or pickles or onions, you know, whatever. So so the same. Uh-huh. Huh? Yeah. The bread was on brunch, crunchy, but the bread was hollowing site like pita Brett that is very Feen an crunchy outside because we overcook it an inside is totally hollow is empty. Can. You not filling up on the Brett. Well, you're filling up on Brad. But the Bredesen's sessional because he's liked and then because he's hollow I'm able to put. At cheese, most colored cheese foam that we make which is warm unbelievable. Wiz. Right. This is like cheese. Our cheese waist. Okay. I'm we feel it up insight is the entire hollow Brady's full of cheese, but she's superlight battles and time full of flavor. And then we Venus lies is a beef. But the beef is kind of raw is used warming up with the help of the warmth of the cheese. And then we put an on period. And then sometimes we put live of salt on a touch of olive oil. Then you bring that to your mouth and these liked almost like that some weight, but then you put it on these like, cloud, a cloud affiliated steak, and you bite into it. And you have the flavor of the the flavor of the meat the flavor of the cheese, the crunchiness of the bread. This is no mash to Philly even some people try to crucify me. But I forgive them. A guy that believes that for should unite people know break people apart. So let me ask you if you're relying on hot cheese to actually cook the beef, how cooked is the beef. No, israel. But you know, you have some people like their beef. Well, done some people like their be RAB. But believe me, everybody likes our affiliate. Stay the way. We do. It is Liz lies almost leg. It was carpaccio is us put on top of the breadth, and we use a torch, but barely used to warm it up a torch. Yeah. Blowtorch thought we do sh. Each. My God, they're gonna wait for you to this. Your life will change forever. I mean, your life literally will change forever one. They we should go to the heart of Philly, though villages. Thanks for everybody. So what made you think that you should be read defining what affiliate steak is? This is great. Why are real estate the millionaire guy decided to run for president? I mean. Humans. We are here for we. This is nineteen. You know, this is no nineteen eighty four. This is not this is not let's be let's all be drives the same. Philly Philly cheese steak, and yes, this could be better. I guess on these what criti- these all about is what like when I went to meet Daochi. Holy because I was fascinated with sculpture, and I didn't tire menu inspiring his Glasswork, but using sugar and some amount to recreate his pieces are now, you spend a few days with him blowing glass, I broke a tooth in the process, and I may be without you Hooley as my master as my mentor with entire menu inspiring, his work criti-. All right, right. Right. Right. Right. So DVD's when you sometimes things only to bring another perspective into something. So at the risk of making you persona non grata in Philadelphia. When you ate a Philadelphia cheese steak in Philly, which I assume at some point you did what was your critique of the cheese steak. On my God. He may never come to the city again after this. But go ahead. All right. The bread was. So so I thought the quality of the meat, you know, poor me, they the media didn't know who the mid was. Night on was not good, right? Then I thought the green pepper was not done. Well, but Danny's other the do great Philly steak, but we're talking to buys maturity, I I wanted to do my Amash to what has become traditional American staple. But these ninety different them. We all have thanksgiving on you is people. How was your Turkey and everybody was so great. Line. The turkeys are over over dry. But maxim unique is the people you add them with your.

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:33 min | 2 years ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is fresh air. I'm Terry gross back with chef and relief worker Jose Andres this year at the James beard awards the Oscars of the food world he received the manatee Indian of the year award for his work in Puerto Rico after hurricane Maria organizing chefs and volunteers command during kitchens and trucks, preparing as many as one hundred thousand meals a day, his new book about that is titled we fed an island. He's also known for as many restaurants and for his creative food innovations. He grew up in Spain and came to the US as a young man after serving in the Spanish navy as a cook you grew up in Spain. And you start a cooking with your father on open. Fires with those grills. No those were. Some Brooks in the floor. On the floor of your home. Knowing the middle of the mountain in an open field with a little kind of triangle metal triangle that will elevate the pay a pen. And I will gather the and I will make the fire and my father would make these big pay. These amazing rice dish that these traditional from Valencia on on. We will make a big a big part of foot, and sometimes we were twenty and some things we were hung hundred. My father always said that you know, if you have the big pot. The only thing you have to do to feed more people is us throw few more. You know, handfuls of rice on there you can feed anybody on. So that moment in my life was important for me. So what did you learn about fire and cooking from Los experiences. Well, one day I wanted to do the cooking. My father never lend me he only put me in charge of the fire very upset that he sent me away. They finish the meal, but he came on. He pulled me aside. And he told me my son. I know you wanted to do the cooking, but they had nobody else to fire. An actually the fire is the most important thing. If you do control the fire, then you can do any cooking you one. This is literally for cooking. But these cannot be applied to life. Sometimes we all only one to do the cooking. But we forgot what is the fire. In Spain you left school when you were fifteen is that high school that you're dropped out. Yeah. But they barely made it. I mean, I barely went. So it might didn't mean much 'cause you're aren't going anyways. Well, I I was there the first year kind of but was already these kookiness call the my father thought was the right fit for me. And quite frankly, I was helping my father, and my mother home says it was very young on. I always love love food and love eating and love being in the kitchen. So for me was was a natural. You know, I always say, I don't work. I do what I love. I love feeding people. I love cooking, and you know, that's my life. So what were the dishes that became the first dishes? That. Well, we're your specialty. I have so many different restaurants. Yes. I know so many different ethnic backgrounds that you know, I will say, for example, one these that we are very known for especially at the bazaar in Beverly Hills in Los Angeles is the Philly cheese steak. That's ridiculous. I made the Philly cheese steak for stymied in minibar. I'm in Philly. I I'm the one who is in Philly almost fifty years ago uneven eighteen the Philadelphia logo the newspaper there, the the I think they brought even I the to'real saying who is this immigrant that there's to transform defeat on anything. We did an amazing job and everything is what I I took it to LA to be far away from Philadelphia. Taliban Taliban for these will cries these accent is Spaniard English Tong from touching their sacred Philly cheese steak, but we did the hollow kind of pita bread birthday. Let's I describe what a Philly Philly steak is. And it's kind of it's on a long roll with very thinly sliced steak with either cheese or in some instances more like cheese whiz on top of it. And then, you know, whatever you want like peppers or pickles onions, you know, whatever. So so the same. Yeah. The bread was on Ranchi, crunchy. But the bread was hollow inside Peter Brett that is very thin and crunchy signed because we overcook it. An inside is totally hollow is empty not filling up on the bread. Well, you're not feeling up on the Brad Brad Thiessen sessional because he's liked and then because he's hollow I'm able to put cheese. More call a cheese foam that we make which is warm, and he's unbelievable is right. This is like cheese soured our cheese waist. Okay. I'm we feel it up insight is the entire hollow. Brady's of cheese, but the cheese superlight and time full of flavor. And then we lean is is is a beef. But the beef is kind of raw is used warming up with the help of the warmth of the cheese. And then we put an on your puree. And then sometimes we put live with of salt and a touch of forty four. Then you bring that to your mouth and these liked almost like that some weight, but then you put it and these like, a cloud, a cloud affiliate cheese steak, and you bite into it. And you had the flavor of the and the flavor of the meat the flavor of the cheese, the crunchiness of the bread these no mash to Philly, even some people try to crucify me. But I forgive them among my I'm a guy that believes that foot should unite people know break people apart. So let me ask you if you're relying on hot cheese to actually cook the beef. How cooked is the beef. No is rare. But you know, you have some people like their beef. Well, done some people like they're be read. But believe me. Everybody likes our affiliate. Stay the way. We do. It is Delia slides was a carpaccio. Is us put on top of the breadth, and then we'll use a torch, but barely used to warmer up a torch a blow torch, we do. Oh my God. They're gonna wait for you to eat. This your life will change forever. I mean, your life literally will change forever one. We should go to the heart of Philly on villages takes for everybody. So what made you think that you should be read defining what affiliate cheese steak is? This is this is great. Why real estate the millionaire guy decided to run for president? I mean. With humans. We are here. We we this is and this is not an idea for this is not this is not let's be let's all be drives the same. And I get that. But were you were you in Philly cheese taken? Yes. This could be better. I guess and this is what criteria diesel about is like when they went to meet the holy because I was fascinated. Sculpture. And I didn't tire menu inspiring his Glasswork using sugar melt to recreate his pieces are now you spend a few days with him blowing glass, I broke a tooth in the process on a mate. Without you. Holy as my master as my mentor and with entire menu, inspiring, his work. Okay. Wait, wait. Wait. Wait what criteria the east? All right. Right. Right. Right. Right. So critise when you sometimes though things only to bring another perspective into something. So at the risk of making you persona non grata in Philadelphia when you ate a Philadelphia cheese steak in Philly, which I assume at some point you did what was your critique of the cheese steak. Oh my God. Never come to the city again after this because the head felt the quality of the bread was. So so I thought the quality of the meat, you know, poor meet the the media didn't know who the meatballs. The only on was not cook. Right. Then I felt the green pepper was not done. Well, but then he saw their chef the do great Philly cheese steak, but we're talking the vast majority. I I wanted to do my own mash to what has become traditional American staple, but is ninety different them when we all have thanksgiving. And you ask people how was your Turkey and everybody was so great. Line. Turkeys are overcook over dry bat. Maxim unique is the people you ate them with your family, your friends, he offered you put into making great dads. What diesel about sometimes we need though, to be pushing chef has always to be pushing them up when we talk about food restaurants. I did it with the village stick. But then we all should be always pushing the envelope. That's why humanity is so great. Well, let's take a short break here. If you're just joining us. My guest is celebrated chef Jose Andres who owns many restaurants around the country, but he's also a food relief worker going into disaster areas and feeding people in need of food his new book, we fed an island about his relief efforts in Puerto Rico after hurricane Maria. We'll be right back after a break. This is fresh air. WNYC is supported by the hunter theater project, presenting.

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on WDRC

"Yeah that's right a very small team of us army fifth special forces group leaves for campbell in october two thousand one and they are planning for america after nine eleven we can't and shouldn't have we didn't invade afghanistan they go in link up with resistance existing in the country and they defeat the taliban in a matter of weeks and they really do they collapse them they scattered into pakistan the the rajiv their objective and they do this by mix of diplomacy which they're known for and hard you know kinetic force as they say in so i wrote the book for soldiers in two thousand ten and jerry bruckheimer and black label media have had they really have recreated the book you know no kidding it's not it is the book and it is an innocent epic moment about him something that changed america i know that you've talked to us about the fact that you enjoy writing these books you enjoy the subject matter and i would imagine it's fair to say isn't it that everyone who writes a great book like this would like to see it made into a movie at some point it's true it's true i do tend to write it seems and i think there is called for soldiers because these small small band of brothers ended up riding horses with the afghans against the taliban taliban had the tanks and the trucks we had the horses and the lasers and our backpacks so it's a western with lasers and so that in itself seems cinematic and then when jerry bruckheimer who made black hawk down found the book he spent you know patient eight years getting it right what does it take to convince you doug that hollywood would do this right jerry bruckheimer i think glaciers have formed since we both started talking about the movie and this green writers ted tally and peter craig are excellent and they just you know he said we're going to make a movie about this historic epic mission which was payback for nine eleven and is not going to be rambo it's going to be actually what these guys do which is you know they live on the ground and they live with.

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Tell us that the us military was the real mujahideen of course mujhaideen or freedom fighters who are waging jihad for allah in that so that's an ideology david then now you just had the press kind of press secretary telling us that the taliban are desperate and they're conducting attacks they've lost ground the metrics prove this except if you read the latest cigar report at a special investigator general for afghanistan reconstruction all the metrics tell you well the taliban control more territory now the navid any point since they started recording this attacks are up carrying attacks are up that's largely driven by the state i could go on and on and tell you it's a it's i i'm a loss for words is why the size of the afghan national defense security forces decreased by eleven percent in three years you know look you would think the department of defense which is issued this report would actually get this but so you know you have one or two things going on your either they don't know what's going on in afghanistan where they do know and they're lying and neither is neither is a very comforting eating even need the cigar report to tell you this all you have to do is read the press coming from afghanistan and and you can see you know kabul is is basically a fortress city where the taliban taliban and he's mcstay conduct attacks will major attacks districts in the provinces or either controlled or contested by the taliban all across the country it's it's a real mess in afghanistan and until us officials start looking at this with with clear is we're gonna be were were at risk of losing this war.

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on WLOB

"Do you think justice will serve today i'm gonna tell you why i think the story has been told in the wrong way and people are focusing on the wrong person even though there seems to be only one person to focus on here beaubourg dolled there's another person that should be focused on okay instead of focusing on bloomberg dole in his crimes which there were crimes he deserted his base he deserted as unit so he should have been courtmartialed for that that's what happened but i agree with the decision of the judge that he shouldn't have received any additional time i'm talking about the fact that he was held in five years in captivity by the taliban taliban and tortured that that i'm going to say that that that's his sentence okay i know there's no way to say time serve because it was our time it was the taliban's time but the guy was held in a cage for almost five years i'm saying that's enough and here's why the focus is on the crimes of bergvall but it should be on the incompetence and essentially i'm i mean i know saves crimes but the improper behaviour of the obama administration of barack obama why isn't any one focusing on barack obama that's what this case is about the controversy started when berg dole was released because he was traded for five terrorists we plucked five of the worst terrorists that we've ever caught out of guantanamo bay and we delivered them back to the taliban in exchange for beaubourg dole that is the travesty and it was one of the worst deals in american history the president trump is always talking about the worst deals this was including the iran deal this deal for five terrorists for bilberg dole was unprecedented and ridiculous and to cover his tracks president obama used this prisoner he used bergvall to cover himself for the horrible deal he made okay and he paraded him out in front of the.

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on Le Show

"The administration has put two hundred fifty five million dollars in military aid on hold eyeing an escalating series of threats bullets bringing the escalation team one day i'll tell you about that which include cutting some civilian aid and conducting unilateral drone strikes on pakistani still soil you know like we did with a osama bin laden they didn't like that much girl to revoke pakistan's status as a major nonnato ally or designated a state sponsor terrorism which would limit weapons sales and probably a effect imf and we'll world bank loans thinking of pakistan is an ally will continue to create problems for the next administration is a different last once as a former cia analyst lisa kurdist who now leads south asia policy in the national security council wrote that in a joint report with a connie earlier this year she believes the state department erred erred erred really by relying on personal ties and aid packages to try to change pakistan's behavior they don't wear ties out she didn't mike mullen former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff visited pakistan more than twenty five times during his tenure from two thousand seven to two thousand eleven he had a 7eleven tenure he became disillusioned lambasting an afghan taliban taliban group known as the huq honey network as quote a veritable arm of the pakistan intelligence agency the isi it was my belief and continues to be my belief that unless we had an ally that we could work together to greatly eliminate the threat than our efforts in afghanistan were going to fail said moen.

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on AP News

"Down from eighteen a month ago that's bull lowest the connecticut university has regs for any governor in any stated survey since it started polling more than twenty years ago eighty one percent of new jersey voters disapprove of christie's performance the survey of 1100 three voters has nearly four percent margin of error the republican governor second term ends in january is barred by law from running for a third lieutenant governor kim guadagno trail democratic nominee phil murphy by a wide margin in qurna be x pole of that race i'm warned levinson a suspected thief says she was just doing our homework when she was arrested for shoplifting three flatscreen tvs from walmart police in july wyoming say the 23yearold wyoming college student lydia cormet any told them she studying kleptomaniac a mental disorder that leads to stealing the joint news record reports kohmeini was arrested with nearly nineteen hundred dollars worth of merchandise investigators say they found thousands of dollars more in stolen items in her dorm room an an ancient ancient marble marble statues statues on on his his way way back back to to italy italy from from the the j j paul paul getty getty museum museum in in los los angeles angeles the the museum museum set set the the statue statue of of zeus zeus enthroned enthroned is is being being voluntarily voluntarily returned returned after after the the taliban taliban government government said said it it obtained obtained recently recently discovered discovered fragments fragments of of the the sculpture sculpture the the twenty twenty nine nine each each high high statuette statuette is is believed believed to to date date from from the the first first century century b b c c see see the the museum museum bought bought the the peace peace in in ninety ninety ninety ninety two two from from an an american american couple couple but but there's there's no no documentation documentation which which says says it it was was legally legally exported exported the the getty getty senior senior antiquities antiquities curator curator with with the the time time of of the the purchase purchase was was later later in in daunted daunted by by italy italy for for conspiracy conspiracy to to traffic traffic in in illegal illegal antiquities antiquities the the case case was was eventually eventually dropped dropped however however in in the the past past decade decade the the getty.

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"taliban taliban" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"taliban taliban" Discussed on AP News

"Down from eighteen a month ago that's bull lowest the connecticut university has regs for any governor in any stated survey since it started polling more than twenty years ago eighty one percent of new jersey voters disapprove of christie's performance the survey of 1100 three voters has nearly four percent margin of error the republican governor second term ends in january is barred by law from running for a third lieutenant governor kim guadagno trail democratic nominee phil murphy by a wide margin in qurna be x pole of that race i'm warned levinson a suspected thief says she was just doing our homework when she was arrested for shoplifting three flatscreen tvs from walmart police in july wyoming say the 23yearold wyoming college student lydia cormet any told them she studying kleptomaniac a mental disorder that leads to stealing the joint news record reports kohmeini was arrested with nearly nineteen hundred dollars worth of merchandise investigators say they found thousands of dollars more in stolen items in her dorm room an an ancient ancient marble marble statues statues on on his his way way back back to to italy italy from from the the j j paul paul getty getty museum museum in in los los angeles angeles the the museum museum set set the the statue statue of of zeus zeus enthroned enthroned is is being being voluntarily voluntarily returned returned after after the the taliban taliban government government said said it it obtained obtained recently recently discovered discovered fragments fragments of of the the sculpture sculpture the the twenty twenty nine nine each each high high statuette statuette is is believed believed to to date date from from the the first first century century b b c c see see the the museum museum bought bought the the peace peace in in ninety ninety ninety ninety two two from from an an american american couple couple but but there's there's no no documentation documentation which which says says it it was was legally legally exported exported the the getty getty senior senior antiquities antiquities curator curator with with the the time time of of the the purchase purchase was was later later in in daunted daunted by by italy italy for for conspiracy conspiracy to to traffic traffic in in illegal illegal antiquities antiquities the the case case was was eventually eventually dropped dropped however however in in the the past past decade decade the the getty.

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