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"tamana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 6 months ago

"tamana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This isn't the type of situation where folks can easily socially distance themselves like we can in our homes covert nineteen is affecting ice detainees and beyond and what he drove the No and that's next time on the takeaway weekday afternoons at three on ninety three point nine FM it's morning edition on WNYC I'm Richard Hey good morning coming up on five twenty stay tuned with the coronavirus posing a particular threat to some people many supermarkets are having special senior shopping hours older adults also pregnant women and people with disabilities can get food and supplies before the crowds arrive we'll have that story coming up later this hour thirty seven degrees overcast right now in New York we do expect sunshine today highs near fifty two degrees tonight mostly cloudy lows around forty three degrees and more rain is likely tomorrow Wednesday with a high near forty seven support for NPR comes from W. NYC members and from K. books found in support of the David Gilkey and Zabihullah Tamana memorial fund established to strengthen NPR's commitment to training and protecting journalists.

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"tamana" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:43 min | 7 months ago

"tamana" Discussed on KCRW

"Bucks bound in support of the David gill Kian Saviola Tamana memorial fund established to strengthen NPR's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments then from Procter and gamble maker of aligning probiotic a daily supplement to support digestive health containing a probiotic strain developed by Gastroenterol just with twenty years of research Morris align probiotics dot com this is morning edition from NPR news I'm David Grange and I'm not looking good morning in Saint Louis a lawsuit has revealed divisions among officials over race policing in the court system in that suit the city's top prosecutor is alleging that there's a racist conspiracy against her NPR's label Fadhel brought us the story and a quick note there is some offensive language here St Louis circuit prosecutor Kym Gardner won by a landslide in two thousand sixteen she promised to work toward ending mass incarceration and to treat crime as a public health crisis well more than three years into her term every time she tries to change things she says she's blocked the powerful few is stopping reforms that we know can make our city safe we know can address the racial disparities in the lack of trust with the computer system she's accusing among others the police union the city and the special prosecutor of a conspiracy to deny the civil rights of racial minorities by trying to house the first black prosecutor elected in Saint Louis what was one of the last roles was Lamar Johnson Johnson's a black man who was convicted of murder twenty five years later gardeners office says they found overwhelming evidence that he's innocent that is a tactic made up witness statements the prosecutors paid the sole witness who has since recanted a gardener can't get a new trial the Attorney General argues it would violate state law so the legal battle is headed to the state Supreme Court when the press uses that there's that manifest injustice and we filed a motion for new trial most jurisdictions even in the state of Missouri would work together to find some mechanism to correct that wrongful conviction but the city named in the lawsuit says there's no collusion to oust Gardner mayor light a cruise in like Gardner is a Democrat she says she wants her to succeed we know I know the history of race in this city in this country and we all have to work against that but they're just has not been a conspiracy race has a long and difficult history and policing and prosecution here black drivers are ninety one percent more likely to be stopped by police in Missouri and white drivers like people are over represented in the prison population under represented on police forces the city has had to pay out nearly three million dollars as a result of racial discrimination lawsuits since two thousand fourteen the head of the Saint Louis police officers association Jeff Florida is named in Gardner suit as a co conspirator I think that the whole thing was a grand distraction and was the last active the desperate woman he says Kim gardeners worried about an investigation it's getting closer to her door when Gardner took office she charged the Republican governor air Crichton's over allegations of sexual misconduct and blackmail he was dismissed in a deal that included his resignation but now gardeners in the hot seat the investigator she chose to look into the case has been indicted on charges of perjury and tampering with evidence gardeners office was raided and she's being deposed again Rhoda there's been a lot of ballyhoo about the fact that the Kim is the first African American female prosecutors St Louis but I mean we're not critical of her because she's the first were critical of her because she's the worst the worst forest says because he views her criminal justice reforms as amnesty and he blames her for higher homicide rates what word a is a controversial figure himself he has said Gardner needs to be removed from office by force or by choice many accusing him of inviting violence against her on the fifth anniversary of Michael brown's death that's the black unarmed teen whose killing led to the Ferguson protests Rhoda posted online happy alive day Darren for the white officer who shot brown there is a culture of discrimination and racism in other biases in our police department that sergeant heather Taylor the president of the ethical society of police and she says Florida is part of that culture our organization represents mostly black officers and was founded in the seventies to combat discrimination she says they don't agree with everything Gardner does but her members are disappointed in the city's response to the suit to say that some there is no merit in her talking about racism he is being targeted by the site was police officers association is that that's a that's a slap in the face when they know they know that we were established because of racial discrimination Taylor says there's no question there's racism with the loss it will have to prove conspiracy the same investigation that critics point to as an example of gardeners failures is at the center of gardens case her lawsuit alleges the investigation is a colluded effort to unseat her despite her mandate from voters the suit because the appointment of a special prosecutor to dig into the handling of the former governors case unprecedented and because the prosecutor ethically compromise it also cleans the entire investigation is a mechanism to quote for it and impede her efforts to establish equal treatment under law black progressive female prosecutors backed her into Saint Louis rally women have themselves been described as controversial like Marilyn Mosby the state's attorney for Baltimore we've lived through the personal professional ethical attacks on our competency and I.

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"tamana" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:58 min | 7 months ago

"tamana" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"News this is seven California's only twenty four hour local news and traffic station can extend seventy newsradio I imagine the K. our top local stories at four oh five as Santa Clarita residences in isolation in Nebraska suffering from the corona virus there's an effort to recall the mayor of Anaheim but first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives years lose hours and disco Tamana seat heights this is on the northbound side of the one ten of Figaro streets offramp a single car crash on the ramp there let's just check to see how things are going there are still seeing this the major portion of the slowing this is on the southbound side of the five and right after the one ten interchange there so something's going on there definitely but again our crash is located on the one ten north and figure up so this is further now down towards the four level interchange so it just want to just make you aware of that on the southbound five coming away from Dodger Stadium there and then a modest Seto heights on the one that's work are good crashes there there are the slowing is the one ten north of Figueroa street that's that's in downtown LA southbound side of the south LA on the south one ten of them okay offramp there's a fire on the offramp a possible homeless camp there and then going to pass on the northbound side of the one a one highland Avenue on ramp to Chile trap is a trap is blocking the left lane still of the ramp and this out of gas or waiting on a tow truck in calls in on the nine ten east before nine street the vehicle in the center divider emergency crews on the scene they're definitely going to have to run to traffic break their necks reports coming up that for fifteen I'm least hours more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio take a look at the forecast overnight lows in the forties and fifties and then later on today we're gonna see highs in the.

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"tamana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"tamana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"All the milk they sang together in la boheme as for an older she moved from later soprano roles too dark for dramatic parts the very last roll at the age of seventy was the teenage Joan of arc in Tchaikovsky's the maid of Orleans it was a triumph for NPR news I'm Jeff London in New York I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include K. Bucks bound in support of the David Gilkey and W. let's Tamana memorial fund established to strengthen NPR's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments and the any easy Casey foundation this is W. NYC good morning I'm John Carlson with a look at our weather forecast we have a rainy start to our week here the Rangers should last through the day today but it'll be hardest earlier on in the day today high near forty seven this afternoon that rain it will return in earnest tonight though otherwise cloudy skies with steady temperatures in the mid forties for tomorrow Tuesday rain through the day again behind your forty nine by Wednesday though should be partly sunny high near forty five degrees with more rain possible Thursday morning mostly cloudy high fifty around the world protesters take to the streets and understand that what happens in the halls of power is a reflection of that power that they can generate in the streets those traditions in the United States are often much more muted the state of mass movements in America I'm a reinventing Paul and that's next.

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"tamana" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"tamana" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We cannot overestimate the structure being unsound unstable right now there's no word yet on what caused Saturday's collapse you're listening to NPR news from Washington an investigation is underway into a weekend police shooting in fort worth Texas officials say police had responded to a request to check on a home and a white officer fired through a window killing a black woman in her home with her eight year old nephew present the federal reserve meets at the end of this month to consider further rate cuts Steve Beckner reports chairman Jerome Powell and his fellow policy makers are divided about how to proceed the fed is torn with unemployment at a fifty year low Powell says the economy is in a good place but the outlook is clouded by global slowing and trade tensions Paul says the federal act as appropriate to sustain the expansion but his colleagues differ something further rate cuts are needed but Boston Federal Reserve Bank president Eric Rosengren who voted against the last two cuts says monetary policy is already accommodative of growth and says the fed can be patient meanwhile the fed plans to expand its balance sheet again by buying sixty billion dollars per month of treasury bills but it insists this is not monetary stimulus just an effort to curb money market volatility for NPR news I'm Steve Beckner rescue crews are digging through mud and debris in Japan looking for people missing after a powerful typhoon it hit Saturday damaging thousands of homes at least thirty six people were killed the storm forced the cancellation of the Rugby World Cup match between the media and Canada yesterday so the Canadian team help with the cleanup I'm Nora Raum NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include K. Bucks brown in support of the David Gilkey and W. live Tamana memorial fund established to strengthen NPR's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments and the any easy Casey foundation welcome to let you know USA I might be young hosa there's a line of paparazzi's they are all waiting there behind the little gate today.

"tamana" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"tamana" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The east coast of Florida on Tuesday here in New York police are investigating a deadly freak accident involving a five year old girl and a fence Alison Pinto Tamana was walking with her mom on Harmon street on the bush with rich would border last night when she began pulling on the fence it was a heavy decorative barrier and parts of it came loose knocking the child to the ground where she hit her head her mom flag down an ambulance and Allison was rushed to a hospital where unfortunately she was pronounced dead one man is dead another in critical condition after a police involved shooting in Jamaica queens overnight police say a man in his twenties got into a dispute with another man and shot that guy outside a bodega on Sutphin Boulevard about to this morning forty five minutes later on Brinkerhoff Avenue and a hundred fifty six street police say the suspect locked eyes with cops in an unmarked car and started shooting at them police returned the gunfire killing the suspect chief of department Terry Monaghan forces did a tremendous job this is the great work that they do each and every day going into harm's way and making sure the city they say a nine millimeter gun was recovered at the same it's holiday getaway day for the New York City area and around the country millions of Americans are hitting the roads are taking to the skies this Labor Day weekend these drivers say they're looking forward to getting away driving driving Niagara Falls I'm the Baltimore harbor one of one no more and good news for drivers traffic on the roadways isn't expected to be as bad as Memorial Day or July fourth and nationwide gas is cheaper than it was at this time last year meanwhile travel experts say around seventeen and a half million people will be flying.

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"tamana" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"tamana" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Support for NPR comes from K. box mom in support of the David guilty and Zebulon Tamana memorial fund established to strengthen NPR's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments and the listeners of KQED six and a half minutes past eight o'clock this is weekend edition from NPR news under the car scene of RO good morning and Paso yesterday dozens of residents and activists marched in defiance and in grief we areas that bird a the demonstrators called for gun restrictions and an end to racism from members of the Latino community this has been a brutal week just as the families of the victims of the el Paso attack were morning those killed after what was the deadliest attack targeting Latinos in modern American history a massive immigration raid on undocumented workers took place in Mississippi we saw images of crying Latino children stranded at school after their parents had been detained really really with the please local station WGN TV recorded that interview with eleven year.

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"tamana" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"tamana" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is a Bloomberg markets can water is having a moment a former Netflix exec raise one point six million dollars to bring liquid death to our world and it looks like beer but its water that's bluebirds Kate crater another brand called ever never markets its water in bottles shaped cans Aquaman's Jason Momoa shaved his beard in a viral video to promote Tamana noms canned water and bring attention to ocean plastic and Pepsi is the largest company so far to say it will try selling its bottled water in cans the projected revenue for water in plastic bottles is supposed to be two hundred billion dollars by twenty twenty two and greater says aluminum can be three to ten times more expensive than plastic bottles but it does have a more eco friendly image sixty seven percent of aluminum cans are recycled worldwide and sometimes they can like live up to a hundred years meanwhile ninety one percent of plastic and have been waste and customers like that picture we need a young Bloomberg radio imagine imagine being denied an apartment because of your religion or your race or because you have children or disability it soon yes who has the power to stop this each of us has the power the law is on your side it's illegal for landlords to discriminate because of race color religion sex national origin disability or familial status if you suspect that you've experienced housing discrimination file a complaint with so we can.

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"tamana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"tamana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Morning edition on WNYC coming up meteorologists are nervous that five G. communications could interfere with collecting weather information the sensors are extremely sensitive we're trying to measure very small quantities so the question becomes what levels of interference or tolerable we'll have more on this story coming up in about ten fifteen minutes here on WNYC no interference collecting the weather this morning seventy two degrees at the moment increasing clouds during the day today we're expecting a high of eighty seven degrees thirty percent chance for a few it showers and thunderstorms this afternoon mainly after three PM tonight mostly cloudy chance of showers and thunderstorms hello seventy three support for NPR comes from W. NYC members and from K. books found in support of the David guilty and Sevilla Tamana memorial fund established to strengthen NPR's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments this symbol family foundation supporting the national center for learning disabilities which works to improve the lives of the one in five individuals with learning and attention issues learn more at N. C. L. D. dot org and the ECM see foundation celebrating five years of philanthropy and supporting efforts to.

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"tamana" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"tamana" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fifty years have passed since Bobby Jolie stood up together walked out of their high school classrooms and made a Mark in history. It's the type of history they would've loved to learn about in high school, and now because of them and the rest of the east side students Latino kids can. Our thanks to producer, Janice Yamaoka for that story. Today. Bobby Doerr and Yuli Rios are both retired, and they travelled around the country sharing their experience as student organizers and participants in the nineteen sixty eight walkouts now while they weren't immediate some changes were made at each site schools over the years, corporal, punishment was banned and college enrollment for Latino students spite that ABRAHAM LINCOLN high school where Bobby and Yolly went ethnic studies. Classes are now offered and the dropout rate. He's only about three percent. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations, and from K bucks bound in support of the David Gilkey and Zab ULA Tamana memorial fund established to strengthen NPR's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments and Americans for the arts community, transforming America's communities through the arts and arts education, supporting the nonprofit arts industry, which employs four point six million people nationwide. Learn more at Americans for the arts dot org. And now a portrait of the rising ranchera star latte. If anyone is the descendant of real ranchera royalty. It's. At fifteen she's already fourteen her own singing career, but she's got the blessings of several generations of singers starting with her father. Her grandfather Antonio. And her grandmother floor Sylvester. Luma. I got her start seeing on.

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"tamana" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"tamana" Discussed on KCRW

"In both capitals. The US regards his decisions as invalid as it recognizes Guido as Venezuela's president and Guido said throughout that the embassy should stay becomes his precious mounting on the doodo. Why does summoned his supporters to the streets for week of protests for the breathes NPR news cacus, and you're listening to NPR news from Washington in support for NPR comes from K Buxbaum and supports of the David Gilkey and Zabiullah Tamana memorial fund established to strengthen NPR's? Commitments in training and protecting journalists in high risk environments. Hey, it's Anthony Veletta's hanging out with you big loves roll accomplice for wrapping up that show and killing it as always as he always does on the weekends. Always fun playing music right after him because he gets be super pumped up got all kinds of music to get to the latest from kid koala rudimentary white denim some music discoveries coming out of South Korea Bristol with a stop in Brazil. And I let's kick things off of the brand new record from Mamani Kita. She's out of Molly. I think you're gonna like this one. My name's Anthony valid kickback, relax. Let's have some fun. It's KCRW. Your home. My. Bobby? Uh-huh. We all. Busy. Was he? Oh boy. David. Apple. Hole..

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"tamana" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"tamana" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Family foundation, supporting NPR's international coverage covering the trends moments. People and movements that drive the world. Always with the goal of creating a more informed public one challenged and invigorated by events ideas and cultures and k Buxbaum in support of the David Gilkey and Sabah ULA Tamana memorial fund established to strengthen NPR's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments. Welcome back to let you know USA. I'm mighty ENA. Horsa again is often called the world's most widely read Spanish language author. She's written over twenty novels. Many of them bestsellers was born in Chile where she was raised in her grandparents house, her father abandoned, her family, when she was just a toddler so mother had no choice, but to move back in with her parents with her three kids. L says her grandparents were a major influence on her. My grandmother was clearly salary like me. And my grandfather was called I will sting. My grandmother was always experimenting with the paranormal at a time when that was not allowed by the church. I don't know if now it's allowed or not. But at the time Ciancio with spirits and all that. That was not allowed. So she would have this seances experiment with delay. Trying to move objects without touching them or guess, what was inside a box that was closed. So I grew up with the mystery of life with the possibility of magic with a sense that nothing is as we see. And I think that that.

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"tamana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"tamana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The epstein family foundation in support of the david gilkey ends i'll be ula tamana memorial fund established as the port npr's international journalists their coverage in their commitment to providing the news of the world to audiences back home this is morning edition from npr news i'm david greene and i'm steve inskeep the opening ceremony for the two thousand eighteen winter olympic games and count chung is tomorrow along with competitors from around the world the south korean city will also host athletes from its neighbour and longtime adversary north korea our next guest has been following the north korean men's ice hockey team for years filming them for a documentary as they played secondtier competition like new zealand and mexico and turkey the team ultimately did not qualify for the olympics with filmmaker matt reichel says this makes sense because hockey has remained in a bubble in north korea since it was first introduced hockey entered north korea through the chinese and the soviets back in fifty along with tons of other winter sports figure skating speech it's getting all that stuff king infamous though unions so they were able to participate in these sporting events that the soviet union was organizing around their sphere of influence reich hotels are cohost rachel martin that despite north korea being a dictatorship he did not face a lot of constraints when making his film we have free rein in are really limited space we wanted to really just look at hockey in north korea it's not a big deal me were talking year olds the old ripped pods old skates like everything is not in our shiny new it's not that marble palace that you see that north grin loves the percent of foreigners and the regime is fine with you portraying this grittier more realistic portrayal of a segment of north korean society then it would choose to project itself in terms of organisation the regime is less centralised it's hard to define what the regime means in north korea they have a central ideology but it's more of a is a system we like to call it there's fog in north korea you don't really know what any other side is doing it's not like there's some central authority that that medals and everything in.

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"tamana" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"tamana" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The epstein family foundation and in support of the david gilkey and serbialed tamana memorial fund established as support npr's international journalists their coverage and their commitment to providing the news of the world to audiences back home and the listeners of kqed them mission weekend edition from npr news i'm scott simon fire and fury is the title the new white house tell all that appeared this week it also describes how president trump reacted to the release of the book which detail sharp criticism of him from his former chief strategist steve bannon it also feature stories that questioned the president's mental fitness but joined now from st louis by ed martin he's a conservative commentator and former chairman of the missouri republican party mr martin thanks so much for being with us great to be with you scott thank you and you of another book out can't trust this 2017 murder selling slightly less i i gather yeah for the moment pitcher on our show now we'll see what happens steve bannon wrote the forward show i have to ask you an old question from organized labor which side are yuan well i'm on both sides i'm on all the sides i dunno i i've i'm a little bit confused by to be honest i will tell you when uh when i asked steve to write the foreword to the book i was spending much of december and as you mentioned the titles can't trump this 2017 it's it's really a compilation of what i saw as the top trump wins the successes of the year steve really was pleased to do it he wrote a nice four where he was uh i you know i'd say excited about all the trump successes obviously i support many many of the policies with president so a lot of this fight right now is uh a surprise to me because i didn't see it coming and i don't quite know i i have such respect for the president especially fighting back when somebody seems to say something about his kids i i've a bunch of kids and i thought that was something but i don't know i'm trying not to be on the side sites like mom and dad had a little bit of a disagreement i prefer to.

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"tamana" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"tamana" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Support for npr comes from npr member stations and from the epstein family foundation in support of the david gill kiansam bela tamana memorial fund established to support npr's international journalists their coverage and their commitment to providing the news of the world to audiences back home from the john d and t macarthur foundation supporting creative people and defective institutions committed to building a more just verdant and peaceful world more information is at macfoundorg and from the corporation for public broadcasting this is one a i'm joshua johnson wesley snipes is known for rules in movies like blade new jack city and to wansoo thanks for everything julie newmar but now this actor is taking a turn as an author his debut novel is a supernatural thriller called talon of god he joins us now from npr in new york to discuss it wesley snipes welcome to one egg give thanks welcome to you first of all i bugging algimouss first of all i'm bugging out to be talking to wesley's next number one i i am a fan and i love the book and i think it's it's great to kind of hear from you it's interesting when i talk to other people about out the conversation we're going to have quite a few of them said the same thing they were like oh wow wesley snipes what happened to him what would you say to your fares who have missed you and of wondered where you've been like what happened were were upenn i've been creating magic i've been in the eleven in the.

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"tamana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"tamana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"After a stop crying i turned off the record i said down on a bench in you came to me and said just know the david's probably dead too and i remember simply nodding because they knew this was true to finally another humvee pulled up the new told me weight here i'm going to see who it is and they open up the back of the humvee david's body was by himself that's all i remember i was known shocked i just couldn't believe what i was saying then you came back he told me i am so sorry you have to go through all of this and i said it's not your fault i'm very sorry to report this breaking news we've just learned that npr journalist david gilkey an afghan translator zambil at amman apathy were killed today represent beulah tamana were on assignment with an afghan military convoy afghanarmed helmand province when they came under attack by the taliban the humvee they were riding in was hit by a rocket rebels brooke grenade propelled grenade that's how the afghan army told us they died but once we recovered from the initial shock we started to think that did not make any sense for one think their bodies looked sued different we spent a now work staring them on our helicopter flight back to the us based at night zombie look like he was asleep his if he had a heart attack the only thing that stood out with a small stomach wound david on the other hand and this is very hard had severe burns but they've been sitting next to each other in the same humvee also we started as asking ourselves why did he take forty five minutes to get david spotty beck after is obvious why didn't they arrive together all that had to wait the us military help us good zombies party back to cobble david's body was headed to dover delaware to the military mortuary when we got back to kabul so i went to the local market and i bought a big fat sheep this is the traditional funeral present to bear respect to the obvious family four days later we were back in the us we started talking to all of our sources we cannot reveal the names of the people who have been helping.

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"tamana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"tamana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was our translator we recognized him immediately and then we were just completely destroyed said worst david they sued learned the gilkey had been killed along with cellular tamana who was married with three young kids who would do anything with her to help us more than you can imagine getting into views and going places than just a very kind kind man and david gilkey he was a real character um i know people are newsroom calls him smiley because he never smiles he was really gruff uh but israel real sensitive soul and he was a real complete artist his pictures his pictures are absolutely beautiful in the in the ones who recently took on a mission we went on were just unbelievable any store you did he mended better because of his pictures that's bowman shortly after david kilkis death now here's david kilkis his voice reflecting on photographs he took in haiti after the earthquake there in two thousand ten i think at the end of the day that's what it's about a situation like this is getting people to do something it's not just reporting it's not just taking pictures it's do those products do the visuals do those stories to they change somebody's mind enough to to take action so if we're doing our part it gets people to do their part of lay there is a wall inside the newseum here in washington dc eyeglass law with hundreds of names etched into it of journalists who have lost their lives trying to do their part today more names will be added including david guilty and south bulow tamana gilkey was known for going into combat zones without azuma lens on the camera he wanted to be close enough to the story to see it and feel it and make you feel it it's npr news and you're listening to morning edition on wnyc i'm return hey good morning it's seven eighteen two three five seven and trains are running with lays right now also some problems on new jersey transit the northeast corridor seeing fifteen minutes lays the north jersey coastline is running with twenty minutes lays showers and thunderstorms are possible today day this is wnyc wnyc is supported by new yorkpresbyterian new york's number one hospital for the past sixteen years according to the 2016 rankings by us news and.

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